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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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folume 53 Number 37 FIVE SECTIONS
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, September 12, 1980
f Mi Shochtl
Price $2.00
The Days of Awe Upon Us
Sounding the Shofar at Jerusalem's Western Wall. The
Shofar or ram's horn, one of the oldest musical instru-
ments known to man, is mentioned 69 times in the
Bible and served for the Jews as a call to battle, a call
to assembly and a call to alarm. The prophet Isaiah
said, 'A great Shofar shall be blown, and they shall
come that have been lost in Assyria and dispersed in
the land of Egypt, and they shall worship the Lord in
the holy mountain of Jerusalem.'
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Friday. SepuabftM
At B'nai B'rith Convention
Carter Vows No New 'Reassessment'
Bt JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
|JTA President Carter.
addressing the closing
banquet of B'nai B'rith
International s 30th
convention, reaffirmed his
Middle East policies and
offered assurances of
maintaining support for
Israel.
Without security for Israe,
re can be no peace he said
-e did not discu
-- United Nations
Security Council tnat have drawr.
' ~ organized Jewish
ntmnnitiw and Israel, the
--ident assured the ap-
.lmately 1.2O0 peopie who
r.ded the banquet that there
will be no so-called
rwmiiiMilt of support for
Israel in a Carter
and that
wnatever differences arise, they
will never affect our commitment
to a secure Israel.'
ident Carter
LIKE Republican candidate
Ronald Reagan and independent
John Anderson who preceded
him in addressing the con-
vention, the B'nai B'rith
assembly gave the President
standing ovations on his arrival
and departure It applauded his
approximately 40-minute address
at _- points Heaviest applause
came on his statements regarding
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the status of
Jerusalem
On the PLO he reiterated long
standing policy that unless and
until the PLO recognizes Israel's
right to exist and accepts
Resolution 24z. we will neither
recognize nor negotiate with the
r-a.esune Liberation
Organization As I have
repeatedly stated, it is long past
end to terrorism."
Car ^aid the United
Timent and I per-
sonally oppoee an independent

About D Jewish
rj Carter stated From the
time King David first unified the
ion of Israel and proclaimed
the ancient city of Jerusalem its
capital, the Jewish people have
drawn inspiration from
Jerusalerr. I sensed the special
feeling myself when I stood U
President of the United Stal
the Knesset in Jerusalem.
Continued on Page 21 -A
ona
eagan
No More Withdrawals Without Peace
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Republican Presidential
candidate Ronald Reagan
declared here that Israel
and Jordan are the primary
parties for settling the
future of the "unallocated
territories" in what was
Palestine and suggested
negotiations between them
to resolve the West Bank-
Gaza Strip problems.
He also stated, in an address to
the B'nai B'rith International
convention, that there should be
no more withdrawal of Israeli
troops or changes in its security
position "until Jordan and other
neighbors make peace." He
declared, too, that while
President Carter refuses to brand
the Palestine Liberation
Organization as a terrorist
no
Ronald Reagan
organization, "I have
hesitation in doing so."
DEPARTING from the Carter
Administration's pursuit of an
Egyptian-Israeli autonomy
agreement, Reagan appeared to
side-track Egypt from the set-
tlement procedure for those areas
and put its basis on United
Nations Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338. He said
"ambiguities'" in the Camp
David "documents' have
resulted in the present Egyptian-
Israeli dangerous impasse on
West Bank-Gaza Strip
autonomy.
Reagan's strongly pro-Israel
3,000-word address before an
overflow audience of some 1,500
guests was punctuated at least 30
times by applause, in addition to
three standing ovations which
included an "encore" suggested
by B'nai B'rith President Jack
Spitzer.
Reagan charged President
Carter with "undercutting"
Israel by his Mideast policies,
including U.S. abstentions in the
Continued on Page 20-A
Independent John Anderson
Says Demos, Republicans Miss Point
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Independent Presidential can-
didate John Anderson criticized
both President Carter and
Republican candidate Ronald
Reagan for their views on Israel
and the Middle East, and he
advised the B'nai B'rith
International convention that
"the heart of the issue is the
value the President attaches to
Israel."
Anderson told the 1,400
delegates and guests that
"solemn promises and com-
mitments" made in an election
campaign "will prove empty"
when the candidate enters the
presidency. "Commitments given
this election year must be
promises that are kept and you
have a right to demand it," he
said to applause from the
audience which applauded 21
times during his half-hour
speech. The audience also gave
him and Mrs. Anderson standing
ovations.
WHILE HE did not speak on
this occasion on his own positions
about such substantive issues as
the status of Jerusalem, the PLO,
or a possible Palestinian state
on which he had made prio
statements Anderson pledged
"I intend to bring" to tin
John Anderson
presidency his views that the
U.S. is morally as well as
materially committed to Israel.
While hitting at Carter more
often than at Reagan, Anderson
apparently referred to both when
he said that "before Jewish
audiences, they sidestepped
petro-power politics.''
Anderson charged the
President with "lapses of
memory," recalling that in 1976
Carter decried the sale of
weapons to the Arab states but is
providing "mountains of anna"
Mt-iJ-ei
to them now. Warning his
listeners "not to be taken in by
facile statements," Anderson
cited Carter's statement of $10
billion in aid to Israel during his
Administration. But "you
correctly can thank" the U.S.
Congress for the aid, Anderson
said.
Disparaging Reagan's strong
emphasis on Israel's strategic
value, Anderson said the United
States "must not misuse our
gallant ally." Observing that
"there is a moral bond that
buttresses" that strategic
purpose of a strong Israel, he
said, "Let us not make an error
that Reagan did on Israel's
strategic role."
HE SAID the U.S. should use
Israel's skills and intelligence
and bases and faculties in time of
emergency, but "no one should
think Israeli soldiers" should be
employed "like the Soviet Union
is doing" with Cuban soldiers.
"Israel is not Cuba," he said
"Israel has already paid a
fearsome toll in blood." In
another jab at the Carter
Administration, Anderson asked,
"Who will deny there is a feeling
of uneasiness" among Israel's
friends? "Somehow there must be
a reason for this feeling of
concern," he said.
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Begin Backs Down
He Won't Move His Office to East Jerusalem
ERUSALEM
Prime
inister Menachem
tegin's decision to move
is office to East Jerusalem
vas rescindeH this week.
The Prime Minister's de-
cision is attributed to a
earning to him by U.S.
Middle East envoy Sol
Linowitz that if he did
move, it would irreparably
harm the autonomy talks
between Israel and Egypt
which are now apparently
about to be resumed.
It was also reported here that
President Carter Greets
Jewry on Rosh Hashanah
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washington
On the occasion of the High
loly Days, Rosalynn and I
velcome the opportunity to greet
lur fellow Americans of the
lewish faith.
The New Year is a time of self-
Ixamination and moral rededi-
ation. The traditional commit-
nents you make on Rosh
lashanah and Yom Kippur are
important contribution to the
trength and vitality of our
tion. The New Year is also a
ne to reaffirm those common,
lerished, ethical principles and
ilues which form the foundation
I our democratic society.
WE PRAY with you as you
seek sustenance and as you set
out refreshed and recommited to
our common effort to defend
peace and protect the lives and
human rights of all our fellows on
this globe. We face a formidable
task, but as the great Jewish
sages remind us, while we are not
required to complete our task,
neither are we free to shrink from
it. Therefore, let us continue in
the pursuit of that which is right
for our nation and for people
throughout the world.
Rosalynn and I trust you will
find personal renewal in these
Holy Days and that your prayers
and acts will advance our shared
hopes for a just and peaceful
world.
JIMMY CARTER
Begin was under heavy pressure
from members of his own
coalition not to move the new
office, which has been ready for
several weeks. They had opposed
Begins decision as a needless
irritant.
Begin would need Cabinet
approval, according to reports
here, and it is not at = i i clear that
he would have received it.
BEGIN IS quoted here as
having declared that Linowitz'
warning about the move "does
not have anything in common
with (the) atmosphere'" of
autonomy talks. "It is a problem
that I brought to the Cabinet
nearly two years ago. Then it was
decided that I will bring it before
the Cabinet again, and I will
decide when to bring it."
Nevertheless, the decision not
to move at this time indicates
conclusively that above and be-
yond the dissension in his own
Cabinet was the implied threat of
the Linowitz message. In effect,
it is understood here. Begin
responded to heavy U.S.
pressu-e.
What seems to be emerging
more and more clearly in terms of
the latest Linowitz shuttle be-
tween Begin and Egypt's Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat is that Sadat
is more solidly ensconced in the
catbird seat than ever before.
BY PUTTING a halt to the
autonomy talks in May, he has
rattled President Carter's ad-
ministration into a show of force
against Israel in order to submit
to Sadat's seemingly endless
demands. The one sop in the
situation is the fact that Egypt
has invited Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir for an official
visit to Alexandria to discuss
Israel's complaints about what,
in Jerusalem's view, is Egypt's
dragging of feet in the matter of
normalizing relations between
the two countries.
This, it is conceded here, is a
crumb in the exchange for new
Israeli concessions wrested from
Begin at a time when the Carter
administration vows repeatedly
that it will never pressure Israel
into any move that Israel con-
siders against its own best in-
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Friday. September I

'Cheshbon Xefesh'
Rosh Hashanah is traditionally a time when
Jews make a Chesbon Sefesh. an accounting of the
soul. Supreme symbol of Rosh Hashanah is the
shofar. when as many as a hundred sounds issue
forth from that ancient instrument.
Indeed, the sounding of the shofar marks the
climax of the pleaful Rosh Hashanah service. It gives
meaning to the greatest moment of our terror, the
high point of the Days of Awe. As the shofar sings
out. momentous events take place: the primeval light
reappears, the dead arise, the Shechinah becomes
visible.
On Rosh Hashanah. we come to the moment of
judgment, when mankind hopes to be inscribed in the
Book of Life. Our prayers ask: Who shall live? Who
shall die? And our curiosity is such that we demand
of the Heavens: How many shall succumb (during
the year aheadt?
But Rosh Hashanah is more than this supreme
moment of terror. It leads to the Ten Days of
Penitence and the crowning moment beyond it: Yom
Kippur. when the spirit of forgiveness for the wrongs
to which we have confessed pervades our hopes for
ourselves and for all of mankind.
Such Was the Man
Perhaps the Hebrew Academy did not intend it.
but its decision to dedicate the changing of the
school's name to the Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy last Sunday, following the Satur-
day midnight Selichot prayer service on the advent
of the High Holy Days, was symbolically apt.
On what better occasion to bind forever the
name of Rabbi Gross, a truly holy man who
dedicated his life to the Jewish education of our
young people, than immediately following this most
religiously hallowed occasion?
When Rabbi Gross died, he left the South
Florida Jewish community much too soon; although
this would surely be said of him at no matter what
age he passed away.
But during the years he served here in the cause
of the Hebrew day school movement, establishing as
the highpoint of his career the Hebrew Academy on
Miami Beach, and setting a standard for similar day
schools to emulate throughout the nation. Rabbi
Gross contributed to the spiritual substance of the
community in a way unique to his dedicated life.
The newly-named Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy is a living monument to this con-
tribution, which surely he would agree with, if at all,
far more than were we to call it a living monument to
himself. Such was the man.
A United Dade County
The United Way of Dade County *s annual kick-
off luncheon Tuesday at the Omni International set a
campaign goal of S12,786,099. It is the most am-
bitious ever and represents a 9.7 percent increase
over last year's goal.
Campaign Chairman Russell L. Ray Jr. is en-
couraging United Way volunteers to "put forth that
extra effort, to go that extra mile."
There can be no better time than to show our
support, not only of Ray's words of encouragement,
but to put our money where our mouth is. We need
not, at this point, discuss the unhappy state of af-
fairs in Dade County which sees divisions among
races, cultures and creeds. We have editorialized here
often enough on this subject.
But the fact is that giving to United Way can go
a long way toward helping heal these divisions.
Through the urgent welfare activities of this
organization's many programs and participating
agencies, we can show that Dade is best off not
divided, but united. United through United Way.
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Symeol op Qoo's mepcy
to his people
Friday. September 12,1980
Volume 53
2 TISHRI 5741
Number 37
By RABBI DAVID GEFFEN
THE WIZENED old man. dressed all in white,
arose from his seat among his fellow Tunisians.
He lifted a large black spiral shofar to his lips as
the climax to the Yom Kippur Services being
held in a room on Mount Zion near the tomb of
King David. With unerring skill and deep
emotion he sounded a tekiah godolah in a
sonorous bass tone and held it for close to a
minute even though weakened by the many
hours of fasting and intense heat.
This was my first introduction just over two
decades ago to that special shofar of Sephardic
Jewry from North Africa, and that moving scene
aroused my curiosity about the history of the
Jewish people's most ancient instrument.
IN THE BOOK of Numbers 29:1 the shofar is
mentioned in describing the ritual for Rosh
Hashanah. "You shall observe it as a day when
the horn (shofar) is sounded." The horn was
commanded to be part of the New Year ob-
servance by this prescription; furthermore, it
was specifically defined as a ram's horn when the
sages included in the service for Rosh Hashanah
the story of Isaac on the altar and his being
replaced by the ram caught in the thicket by his
horn.
The horn became a poignant symbol of God's
mercy to His people indeed to all mankind.
Hence the sounding of the ram's horn reminded
God that He should forgive the Jewish people
their transgressions.
The shofar was and still is "the ritual horn" of
the Jews. When the Torah was given on Mt.
Sinai, the shofar was sounded. When the walls of
Jericho fell, the shofar was utilized. The victory
of the Judge Ehud over the Moabites was
marked by the sound of the Shofar. At Ein Dor
m the dark of night. Gideon and his hundred
blew the Shofar as an accompaniment to their
surprise attack.
IN OUR TIMES, when in 1967 the Israeli
army captured the Western Wall, then Chief
Chaplain Shlomo Goren sounded the shofar to
mark that moment a joyful sound heard
round the world. The Shofar. therefore, has been
a call to assembly, a call to alarm, a call to
battle, and the Jewish people has always
responded.
The shofar is authenticated by musicologists
as one of the most ancient of instruments. It has
never fallen into disuse because annually the
plaintive tone of the ram's horn is heard anew
The initial sounding of the Shofar each year is
during the weekday mornings of Elul. the month
before Rosh Hashanah. After recitation of the
penitential Psalm 27. the tekiah. the long single
note, the teruah, the nine staccato notes and the
shevarim. the three broken nots. are sounded.
This is a daily act except for the Sabbath and
the day before Rosh Hashanah and it is a vivid
reminder that each individual must prepare
himself for the Days of Judgement ahead.
In fact the Baal Tokeah, the Shofar-blower,
must get the ram's horn to emit 100 notes on
each day of Rosh Hashanah. as well as the fl
majestic tekiah gogolah at the end of Yom
Kippur.
THEREFORE, whether he uses the small
curved shofar or the monumental spiral black or
brown shofar. the Baal Tokeah must have
prepared well enough so that when called upon
during the service he will cajole the right notes
out of his unique instrument.
This year and every year it is important to
recall the words of the prophet Isaiah when
hear the sound of our ancient musical in-
strument. "A great shofar shall be blown and
they shall come that have been lost in the land ol
Assyria and dispersed in the land of Egypt antl
they shall worship the Lord in the holy mountair.
of Jerusalem."


Friday, September 12,1980
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AJCong. Supports Bilingual Dade
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Miami's Jewish population is,
as it should be, particularly
sensitive to the problems be-
setting refugees to this country.
Bound together by a traumatic
uprooting from their native land,
Miami's Cuban-Americans have
settled in common neighborhoods
and found solace in use of their
native tongue. And this is not so
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First generation Jewish set-
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I Europe are not only surprised,
but almost expect foreign
countries to print street signs
and informational guides in
English as an accommodation
| and lure to American visitors.)
It seems that the current
| referendum attempt is the result
of frustration felt by long-time
residents from what they con-
sider a usurpation of their com-
munity by outsiders. This is due
Jin significant part to insensitivity
jby both Anglos and Latins to
leach other. Cuban-Americans
I become offended by the open
Iresentment displayed by Anglos
I to them.
ON THE other hand, Anglos
become upset when Cuban-
lAmericans wave Cuban rather
Ithan American flags at rallies
ind refuse to accommodate
English-speaking customers in
downtown stores. What is needed
fa a little bending by both sides to
the needs of the other.
GOVERNMENT should not
close its eyes to the cultural
liversity of its citizens, and its
citizens should not close their
feyes to the cultural differences of
bach other.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I was pleased to read Ben
Frank's recent interesting article
on the Brazilian Jewish com-
munity. It brings hope and joy to
us to recognize that Jewish life is
vibrating all over the world.
We in ORT (the Organization
for Rehabilitation Through
Training) are doing all we can to
reenforce our Jewish heritage as
we teach skills to our brethren
wherever they live.
In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we
operate a vocational high school
which offers courses in elec-
tronics, chemistry, business
administration, secretarial skills,
and data processing. In two of
the cities schools, manual
education courses are offered by
ORT. We also offer adult classes
to teach new skills or upgrade
present ones.
EVAH DELLEFIELD
ORT District VI
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin is to be highly
commended for his recent
article entitled "Carter: Good or
Bad for Jews"?
I personally share the author's
views, and even feel prophetic,
since I felt this way about Jimmy
Carter six weeks into his
Presidency, after he stated that
the legitimate rights of the
Palestinians would have to be
recognized.
ALSO, the Camp David ac-
cords were Jimmy Carter's
"reborn again" masterplan for
the ultimate dissolution of the
State of Israel.
Mr. Mindlin's article is not
only incisive, but factually
correct, when he outlines the
Carter's administration's ties to
the Arab world.
I would only hope, that all our
brethren see the handwriting on
the wall.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER
North Miami Beach
State Dep't. Blocks
Sale of Boeings
To Baghdad Regime
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) Without giving explicit
reasons, the State Department confirmed that while it has
allowed the sale of eight marine engines to outfit warships
for Iraq, it has blocked the sale of five Boeing aircraft
designed for civilian passenger use by the government of
Baghdad.
WHEN STATE DEPARTMENT spokesman John
Trattner was asked about this "terribly perplexing"
situation, where the U.S. approves a military contract but
suppresses a civilian sale, he replied that the two matters
were made "on the basis of determination" in the
Department.
Congressional critics hailed the decision against the
sale of the Boeings as a major victory. Rep. Millicent
Fenwick (R., N.J.) and Sen. Richard Stone (D., Fla.) led
the efforts to stop the sale. These Boeings can be con-
verted into military transports. The engines for the war-
ships were sold to Italy which has the contract to build
four freighters for Iraq. While the Carter Administration
has softened its position against Iraq in recent months,
Iraq is still identified as a "terrorist nation."
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expense of the feelings of Fania
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coalition partners the Demo-
cratic Movement, the Liberals
and the National Religious Party
opposed his candidacy Thus,
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Woman Chairs AJCong. Council
NEW YORK The first
woman to chair the American
Jewish Congress National
[ Governing Gouncil Jacqueline
Levine of West Orange. N.J. -
sees her role as one of "con-
tinuation." furthering and
strengthening AJCongress'
traditional support of social
justice and human rights set by
her predecessors Shad Polier.
1 Inward M. Squadron and Theo
Bikel.
Mrs Levine, a past president
ol the AJCongress national
women's division, was elected to
the policy-making post just
below that of president in the
Congress hierarchy at the
organization's national con-
vention last May.
LONG ASSOCIATED with
the American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Levine chaired its National
Peace Committee during the
Vietnam War and led an Amer-
ican Jewish Congress delegation
on the historic civil rights march
from Selma to Montgomery in
1965. In an interview, Mrs.
Levine spoke of the role of volun-
teers in organizations such as the
American Jewish Congress.
"I agree with de Toqueville
that volunteers are the hallmark
of a democratic society.'' 9he
said. "Volunteers are unfettered
by bureaucracy and can allow
new ideas to grow and thrive.
"The peace movement in the
United States during the Sixties
came from volunteer efforts, as
did the civil rights and women's
rights movements. Another
volunteer drive is the Women's
Plea for Soviet Jewry, which is
observing its 10th anniversary
Dec. 10. 1980."
Mrs Levine helped to initiate
the "Plea" and served as its first
chairwoman. She continued:
"THERE ARE 60 million
volunteers in the United States.
At the American Jewish Con-
gress we seek to capture the free
time of men and women who have
something to offer an activist
organization like our own.
"Volunteers serve as inter-
mediaries between the citizen and
the organized communal struc-
ture. Their efforts are vital, their
contribution priceless."
On the question of priorities for
the American Jewish Congress in
the coming decade. Mrs. Levine
said:
"Certainly support and con-
cern for Jews in Israel. Soviet
Russia and around the world
must continue with ever in-
creasing vigor
At the same time. I have
| always felt that the great
istrength of the American Jewish
Congress is in its role as the
prime legal resource of the Jewish
community a kind of attorney-
general for U.S. Jewry.
"AMERICA'S greatest chal-
lenges in the coming years will be
in providing security and justice
for minorities, the impoverished
and the newly-arrived im-
migrants. With our history of
fighting for social justice, the
American Jewish Congress can
advance programs which will
reduce tensions before they
become points of conflagration.
'"Women's rights and church-
State issues will also continue to
warrant our close attention." she
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Friday, September 12
After Elections
Begin Due to Call on Carter
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin will call on President
Carter at the White House
a week after the
Presidential elections.
Carter invited him when
Begin phoned to
congratulate the President
on the agreement to resume
the autonomy talks.
Begin also phoned
President Anwar Sadat for
the same purpose, and the
two leaders agreed to issue
directives to their
autonomy negotiators on
how to go about renewing
the talks.
There has already been some
uncertainty surrounding this
point, with officials in Cairo
quoted as saying that the
agreement arrived at by U.S.
special envoy Sol Linowiu did
not necessarily signal an early
resumption of the talks. Israeli
officials, for their part, have been
at pains to stress that Israel gave
no concessions or "gestures" to
persuade Sadat to agree to the
resumption.
Begins visit to the U.S. in
November has been planned for
some time. He will take part in
celebrations there marking the
centenary of Zeev Jabotinsky's
birth. His visit to Carter will,
therefore, be a private and not
formal one. It was not im-
mediately clear whether Carter
would turn the visit into the
tripartite summit that Israel.
Egypt and the U.S. have pledged
to hold under the new Linowitz
talks-resumption agreement.
Asked in a TV interview when
this summit was likely to take
place. Begin said that was up to
Carter as host. But he certainly
supposed that the "intention is
not to hold it before Nov. fourth"
(Election Day).
MEANWHILE, Begin and top
Linowitz Statement On
Decision to Pow-Wow
JERUSALEM (JTA) The following statement
was made in Alexandria by U.S. special envoy Sol
Linowitz after meeting with President Anwar Sadat.
"On behalf of President Sadat and Prime Minister
Menachem Begin, I am authorized to make the following
statement: First, both parties have agreed that they are
and remain firmly committed to the Camp David accords,
and are convinced that they offer the only viable path
toward a comprehensive peace in the Middle East.
"BOTH ARE determined to see that the process
leads to a successful conclusion regardless of temporary
difficulties that may arise along the way.
"Two, the parties recognize that for the negotiations
to succeed they must rest on a firm foundation of mutual
trust and friendship, and they undertake to strengthen
that foundation in the coming weeks. Three, the parties
agreed to resume the autonomy negotiations at a
mutually agreed date and to consult regarding the
preparation, venue and timing of a summit meeting."
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ROSH HASHONAH-THE JEWISH NEW YEAR
Wednesday. September 10 8:00 PM 10i00 PM
Thursday. September 11 10:00 AM-12 Noon
YOM KIPPUR-THE DAY OF ATONEMENT
Friday, September 19 8:00 PM -10:00 PM
Saturday. September 20 10.00 AM -12 Noon
3:00 PM-6:00 PM
In observance of the High Holy Day.
Washington Savings offices
will be closed Thursday, September 11.
officials are stressing that Israel
made no concessions in order to
secure the Linowitz agreement on
the resumption of the autonomy
talks. Begin told TV interviewers
that Israel's positions remained
unchanged. There was no need to
change them, he said.
Did this mean, he was asked,
that Sadat had not obtained any
of the conditions he had earlier
stipulated for a resumption of the
talks? 'Quite true." Begin
replied. Sadat had been
demanding that Israel shift its
stand on Jerusalem and the
settlements or at least
pronounce these two vexed issues
open to negotiation.
But. as Begin himself noted in
the interview. Sadat did leave a
way open to the resumption of
the talks by persistently
demanding a tripartite summit.
Linowitz seized upon this as the
basis for the compromise
document he worked out during
his visit here and which he an-
nounced in Alexandria after
meeting Sadat.
THE DOCUMENT specifies
that the talks will be resumed "at
a mutually agreed date" while at
the same time there will be
consultations on "the
preparation, venue and timing of
a summit meeting." Thus, Israel
got the resumption it was in-
sisting on and Sadat got the
summit he was urging.
Above all, as observers in all
three capitals are pointing out,
Carter got a sorely needed
success which he can use in the
election campaign to demon-
strate that the Camp David peace
process, his best foreign policy
achievement, is still alive and
well.
Presumably it was this op-
portunity to benefit Carter
and make him further indebted to
Sadat that persuaded Sadat to
set aside his earlier conditions
and agree to a resumption of the
talks. He will doubtless press to
"colleci the debt" from Carter if
and when the President is
reelected.
DESPITE THE Israeli
denials. assessments persist
among observers in Jerusalem
that there were some Israeli
covert signals to Egypt, con-
veyed through Linowitz. that
would fit into the designation, in
the Linowitz document, of un-
dertakings "to strengthen the
foundation of mutual trust and
friendship in the coming weeks."
The speculation here ia
Begin has in fact given V^t
and the U.S. to understand?^
he will not press ahead"*
moving his office to
Jerusalem at this time.
East
Carter Certain There
Will be New Summit
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Carter said
that Israel and Egypt
probably will reconvene
within the next few weeks
to hold talks on Palestinian
autonomy, and "there will
be a summit later this
year.** A three-way summit
among Carter, Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
of Israel and President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt had
been proposed by Sadat
several weeks ago.
The optimistic statement by
the President regarding the
stalled autonomy talks between
Egypt and Israel was made after
a telephone conversation between
the President and his special
Mideast envoy Sol Linowitz. who
conferred with Sadat earlier in
Alexandria.
CARTER GAVE the new
timetable for Egyptian-Israeli
negotiations during a meeting at
the White House of officials of
the American Federation of
State, County and Municipal
Employees Union.
But the White House later
issued an official version whkl
quoted him as saying that Egypt
and Israel "will recommence the
negotiations for peace sometime
within the next few weeks, and
they both approved a recon-
vening of the summit conference
later on this year. .
The State Department said no
date for resuming the
negotiations was given in the
Israeli-Egyptian statement
because Sadat and Regin had not
yet had a chance to discuss
timing.
IN PHILADELPHIA. ,
senior White House official
accompanying Carter on an
election campaign visit said i
summit meeting of Carter and
the leaders of Egypt and Israel
would probably be held later this
year, but definitely not heforethe
Presidential election in
November.
The official said Linowiu
would issue a statement in
Alexandria saying that Egypt
and Israel had agreed to resume
autonomy negotiations, probably
within a few weeks. Linowitz said
on arrival in Alexandria he had
brought new ideas from his
meetings with Begin and other
Israeli leaders. He gave no
details.
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b nai Brith Council of south Florida Lodges
Best wishes for the New Year
The 40 lodges and their membership of approximately 8,000 men which
constitute the B'nal Brith Council of south Florida Lodges extends
greetings to the entire Jewish community for a healthy, happy and pros-
perous New Year. As B'nal Brith marks another year of unbroken service
to the community its volunteer army of one half million men, women
and youths invites you to join them in their continuing programs
helping those in need, regardless of race, religion or national origin.
president: Norman sevln
isaiah Lodge, 1215 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 672-7675
B NAI BRITH COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
president Elect:
LOUIS FRANK, Levi Eshkol Lodge
1301 NE 191 St.. NO. 211, North Miami Beach, Fla. 33179, 947-0087
vice Presidents:
KENNETH FRIEDMAN, LChaim Lodge
16499 NE 19 Ave., North Miami Beach, Fla. 33162,945-3521
JACK COULD, Ben Yehuda Lodge
231-174 St., Bldge. 400, #2120, North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160,932-8625
ROY SACER, Simcha-Aventura
2565 NE 200St., North Miami Beach, Fla. 33180,931-8409
randy SEGAL, Tzedakah Lodge
13041 SW80St., Miami, Fla. 33183, 270-0287
Treasurer:
PHILIP FRIEDMAN, Harmony Lodge
1075 NE 159 St., North Miami Beach, Fla 33163, 947-6056
secretary:
HERMAN CELLER, Friendship Lodge
1331 Miami Gardens Dr., North Miami Beach, Fla. 33179, 944-7008
past President:
MARVIN BECKERMAN
TRUSTEES
Eric Claser, Hatikvah Lodge
Baron Gottlieb, L Chaim Lodge
Nate Guzovsky, Scopus Lodge
Eugene Lakln, Isaiah Lodge
Max Mlckelson, Harmony Lodge
Manny Pearl, Haym Salomon Lodge
Carl Spitz, Sans Souci Lodge
Manolo warszavskl, Miami Latin unit
Harvey welnberg, Hotel Executive Lodge
Dr. Harry welsberger, Ben Yehuda Lodge
HONORARY TRUSTEES
Marvin Beckerman
Bert Brown
Maurice Finegold
Judge Milton Friedman
Malcolm H. Fromberg
Joseph Gorinstein
Barry t. Gurland
Arthur Horwitz
Louis Hymson
Jack Kirschbaum
'George N. Kotln
Howard M. Neu
Sam Nieberg
E. Albert Pallot
Samuel Pascoe
Jack Rosenberg
Sid schwarzbach
Sam I. Silver
Fred snyder
Leon steinman
deceased
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Miami Beach, Fla. 33160, Tel. 931-4825
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Fla. 33179, Tel. 947-7187
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Jules Canter. 16850 S. Glades Dr., no. 6E, North Miami
Beach, Fla. 33162, Tel. 940-3685
EASTERN SHORES NO. 2954
Louis Miller, 3750 NE 170 St., North Miami beach, Fla.
33160, Tel. 945-9518
ENTEBBE LODGE NO. 3102, Miami Beach
Ira weissman, 644 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139,
Tel. (01625-7511
FREEDOM LODGE NO. 2421, Miami Beach
Harry Moel, 10185 Collins Ave. Bal Harbour, Fla. 33154, Tel.
861-3896
FRIENDSHIP LODGE NO. 2471, North Miami Beach
Sam Goler, 1301 Miami Gardens Dr., Apt. 1513, North
Miami Bech, Fla. 33179, Tel. 949-7498
gold coast lodge NO 2608, Miami Beach
Sidney Goodman, 5600 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
33140, Tel. 864-0671
harmony lodge NO. 2463, North Miami Beach
Max Micxelson, 15240 NE 12 Ave., North Miami Beach, Fla.
33162 Tel. 947-4025
HATIKVAH LODGE NO. 2362
William Galanter, 2899 Collins Ave., Apt 947, Miami Beach,
Fla 33140 Tel. 532-6533
haven lodce no. 2903, North Miami Beach
Charles Wilder, 18011 Biscayne Blvd, North Miami Beach,
Fla 33160, Tel. 931-1870
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to identity with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry
to work for your community
to help the State of Israel
to build an Informed Jewry
to promote good citizenship
to help build character in our youth
to help promote human rights & human dignity
to provide vocational service for our young people
to service the armed forces & veterans in hospitals
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Mac Schreiber, 251-174 St., Miami Beach, Fla. 33160 Tel
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HESED LODGE NO 3010, Miami Beach
Max Rogoff, 4101 Pine Tree Dr.. no. 1702, Miami Beach,
Fla. 33140, Tel. 673-8095
HOTEL EXECUTIVE LODGE NO. 2690, Miami Beach
Harvey Weinberg, 19700 NW 5 Ave., Miami, Fla. 33169, Tel.
(O) 865-6511,(H) 652-7876
ISAIAH LODGE NO. 2955, Miami Beach
Eugene Lakin, 4954 Sheridan St., Hollywood, Fla. 33021,
Tel. (0) 538-6711, (H) 966-8229
ISRAEL LODGE NO. 2676
Judah Angard, 18707 NE 14 Ave., No. 639, North Miami
Beach, Fla. 33179, Tel. 947-6878
JUDEA LODGE NO. 2855, Miami Beach
Ben Kronish, 2371 Collins Ave., B-840, Miami Beach, Fla.
33139, Tel. 534-7257
KEY BISCAYNE LODGE NO. 3121, Key Biscayne
Eli N. Lesser, 1121 Crandon Blvd., No. D-206, Key Biscayne,
Fla. 33149, Tel. 361-5638
L CHAIM LDOGE NO. 3031, North Miami
Baron Gottlieb, 3550 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33137, Tel.
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Harvey Berman, 445 NR 195 St., No 122, North Miami
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Friday, September 12
New Year Greetings
From Miami's Jewish Federation
By HARRY A. LEVY
President
and MYRON J. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
THE High Holy Days signify a
cherished celebration of life and
hope for all Jews. It is a time to
remember the past, and it is a
time of resolution for the future.
As we welcome the New Year
5741 we look back, traditionally
judging ourselves and measuring
our deeds of the past year.
Our Jewish community has
been blessed with numerous
accomplishments which have
established 1980 as a landmark
year in our existence as an
organized community. Yet these
accomplishments reflect not only
the financial commitment of our
members, but also the dedication
which is symbolic of Greater
Miami Jewry as we approach the
new challenges facing us in the
years ahead.
WE POINT to this year the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 42nd year of
existence as being ex-
traordinary for Federation and
its family of local agencies in
helping to bring humanitarian
aid to those Jews in need in
Greater Miami, in Israel, and
around the world.
It was truly a record year for
the Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, as well as a record year for
moving out into the Jewish
community in greater force,
meeting more people, making
new friends, explaining our
services and needs.
This year saw a heightened
presence of Federation within the
community through a series of
leadership conferences for CJA-
IEF campaign leadership,
synagogue leadership, hi-rise
leadership and leadership from
Federation's family of agencies.
FEDERATIONS increased
effort to reach further into the
community resulted in a highly
successful organizing conference
for the emerging Jewish com-
munity in South Dade. More
than 400 South Dade Jews
gathered to determine their needs
and priorities as an important
part of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
In the field of service to the
elderly, Federation opened the
114-unit Federation Towers, a
rent subsidized hi-rise apartment
building for the elderly and
handicapped in Miami Beach. In
light of the tremendous success
of the building, Federation
unveiled plans for a second
building to be built by Jewish
Federation Housing II, Inc.
While our agencies are doing
their most to help the elderly, the
Myron J. Brodie
Harry A. Levy
number of those in need con-
tinues to rise. More than 1,600
hot kosher meals are provided
five days weekly at eight sites,
yet 200 of our South Beach
elderly still wait to participate in
the nutrition program because of
lack of expansion funds.
REALIZING the pressing
need for a stronger Jewish
identity among our youth,
Federation has formulated a
multi-faceted strategy through
our family of agencies, providing
religious. Jewish heritage,
athletic, social, cultural and
community service programs to
our youth in order to develop and
strengthen their Jewish
leadership potential.
Federation has worked in
many areas to improve the lives
of ail Jews, including providing
counseling for troubled Jews
teen-agers, the handicapped, the
elderly, and families and
reaching out to meet the special
needs of single parent families.
During the year, Federation's
Russian Resettlement Program
helped absorb 435 Soviet Jewish
emigres into the community,
bringing the total resettled in
Greater Miami since 1974 to more
than 1,400. In the year to come,
we will continue to help our fellow
Jews seeking new lives in
freedom.
OUR 1980 Missions program
created a special inspiration and
feeling of oneness among
Miamians, some of whom had no
previous contact with our
spiritual homeland. It brought
home the message of Israel its
pressing economic and social
problems.
We will continue supporting
the people of Israel, 300,000 of
whom live in abject proverty
waiting for adequate housing and
opportunities to improve their
lives and the lives of their
children at a time when social
services are threatened with
curtailment because of the
staggering price of peace and
triple-digit inflation.
We have made great progress
this year in bringing the message
of Jewish identity across to large
segments of the Jewish com-
Anderson Platform Vows
Recognition of Jerusalem
NEW YORK -(WNSr- Rep
John Anderson (R., 111.), in a
platform issued Aug. 30 for his
independent campaign for the
Presidency, said that he would
"recognize Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel and move the
U.S. Embassy there" as the
"final act" in a Middle East
peace settlement.
"The question of Israeli set-
tlements on the West Bank and
the final status of East Jerusalem
must be decided by
negotiations, "it was declared by
the platform issued by Anderson
and his running mate, former
Wisconsin Gov. Patrick J. Lucey,
for their "national unity cam-
paign." The platform supports
"free and unimpeded access to
Jerusalem's holy places by people
of all faiths. Jerusalem should
remain an open and undivided
city."
THE PLATFORM pledges
that an "urgent objective" of an
Anderson administration will be
peace in the Middle East. "A
lasting settlement must en-
compass the principles affirmed
in the Camp David accords," the
Anderson-Lucey statement said.
"Our Administration will
support the recognition of
Palestinian rights as embodied in
the Camp David accords, but will
oppose the creation of a
Palestinian state between Israel
and Jordan. The United States
will not recognize or negotiate
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization unless the
organization repudiates
terrorism, explicitly recognizes
Israel's right to exist and accepts
UN Security Council Resolutions
242 and 338 unchanged."
munity. Events such as
Holocaust Day 1980 brought
thousands of Greater Miami
Jews of all ages and backgrounds
together for this community-wide
memorial service.
THESE ARE just a few of the
exciting accomplishments which
highlighted the past year and
were made possible through your
dedication and commitment.
Your active role in these
programs can mean the difference
between maintaining our com-
munal standards despite rapid
growth or allowing our Jewish
community to deteriorate as it
expands.
Our ability as a committed
Jewish community to reach its
potential in 1981 in answering
unmet needs as best we can
means the difference between
telling our elderly, youth and
troubled to wait for help or of-
fering that help with open arms
when it is needed most.
DURING THESE High Holy
Days, we ask to be inscribed for
another year of life. Let us pledge
to demonstrate our commitment
to our fellow Jews by helping to
inscribe our community for a year
of unity. And pledge to inscribe
Israel for a better year and the
fulfillment of peace.
May you and your family enjoy
a happy, healthy and prosperous
New Year in a time of peace for
all. L'Shana Tova.
Gary Gerson
... And From Israel
Bond Organization
Thirty Years After
By GARY R. GERSON
General Campaign Chairman
Israel Bond Organization
The High Holy Days this year
coincide with an anniversary of
major importance for Israel.
Thirty years ago, a cross sec-
tion of Jewish leaders represent-
ing the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, the
Jewish Agency, the United Jew-
ish Appeal, Keren Hayesod and
the Zionist Organization of
America, met in Jerusalem at the
invitation of Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion.
Out of that historic meeting
came the founding of the Israel
Bond Program a new financial
instrument created by the State
in partnership with the Jews in
the rest of the world.
REVIEWING Israel's
situation after only three years of
Statehood, Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion pointed to the walls of
divided Jerusalem facing the
conference room and reminded us
that Arab soldiers were stationed
no more than 200 yards away.
It happened on the eve of Rosh
Hashanah in 1950. But the
memory of it is as vivid as if it
were only yesterday. Today, we
can celebrate the 30th anniver-
sary of that milestone conference
with Jerusalem united and no
Arab troops on patrol in the heart
and centerof the Holy City.
In this High Holy Day period,
world Jewry speaks with one
voice in its resolve that
Jerusalem shall never be divided
again.
HOPES AND prayers for
peace in the coming year are
mingled with concern about the
difficult issues that remain to be
resolved. Israel also faces heavy
economic burdens caused by high
inflation, the rising cost of fuel
and a large-scale redeployment
and resettlement program as
required by the peace agreement
with Egypt. These burdens add
importance to the role of Israel
Bonds in the New Year
When the Israel Bond program
was founded, Golda Meir said its
goal was to help Israel achieve
economic independence as the
foundation for its political in-
dependence.
With the aid of the IS billion
provided by Israel Bonds since
1951, the people of Israel have
made remarkable progress in
building a modern advanced
economy. From time to time it
has encountered period? ol crisis.
But in recent months the
economy has shown signs of
improvement with exports on the
increase and imports sub-
stantially reduced.
THERE IS still a difficult road
ahead and a long way to go to
real peace for Israel. Let us be
grateful that these are challenges
that involve the making of peace
and not the waging of war In the
year ahead let us welcome the
task of giving Israel the economic
strength for the attainment of the
peace so historically initiated by
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin.
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Rabbinical Leader Says
Pulpit Confronts Issues Facing Jewish Community
By RABBI SIMCHA
FREEDMAN
President
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami
/ery often I meet people who,
learning that I am a rabbi,
kingly make reference to the
1-knnwn anecdote by ex-
Eming. "What kind of job is
|it for a Jewish boy?" Then
iy might utter another phrase,
elieve me Rabbi. I don't envy
your job." I see in these
nnients the recognition that
rabbinate is confronted with
overwhelming burden of all
onerous problems facing
vrv-
There is also the realization
that the rabbi often serves as the
"scapegoat" for the frustrations
of our people as the difficulties,
many of which defy solutions,
continue to remain unresolved.
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami is comprised of
some 80 Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform rabbis. We meet at
least once a month and discuss
matters of concern on the local,
national and international level.
We attempt to confront the many
issues before us.
Some of the issues with which
we deal are the following:
Racism It should seem
obvious to even the most
disinterested observer that
racism exists in the Miami
community. Indeed there is a
serious polarization into three
distinct communities, white,
black and Spanish-speaking.
Recent events such as the
LaFleur case, the McDuffie
killing and the subsequent trial,
the influx of Cubans and Haitian
refugees, creation of tent-city, the
riots, have exacerbated an
already difficult situation.
The Rabbinical Association is
actively working with various
communal groups to attempt to
mend the serious breaches which
exist within our community. This
is an on-going process which
necessitates all the wisdom and
all the understanding we can
muster. It is our sacred
responsibility to pursue justice
within our community and the
world.
Jewish Education The
Assocation gives the highest
priority to Jewish education by
serving on local committees
dealing with this vital area of
concern and recommending
programs and projects on a
communal and synagogual level.
Our membership well recognizes
that if there is to be meaningful
Continued on Page 14-A
Rabbi Simcha Vreedman
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WASHINGTON Dante
Fascell (D., Fla.) has sharply
criticized administration plans to
establish a permanent refugee
processing center in South Dade
or Monroe Counties.
Fascell met earlier this week
with top administration officials
and stressed that none of the
sites under consideration (former
missile sites at Krome Avenue in
South Dade and Key Largo, the
former Richmond Naval Air
Base, or the Key West Naval Air
Station) are suitable, either from
the standpoint of the welfare of
the refugees or the community.
THE SOUTH Florida
legislator said that a centrally-
located processing center where
arrivals can be taken for
screening, health examinations
and other federal government
administrative requirements is
definitely needed.
"However, a permanent
residential facility for arrivals
with no families, sponsors or job,
while necessary for humanitarian
reasons, must not be located in
South Florida," Fascell said.
"This community is saturated
and cannot and must not be
forced to absorb any more people.
If they are not in South Florida
to begin with, they will be much
more able and willing to seek jobs
and new homes elsewhere, and
the cost to the federal govern-
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Rabbis Confront Major Issues
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Jewish survival in America
today, then the most important
priority must be in the area of
Jewish education.
We are outspoken in support of
the local Day Schools, and the
Afternoon Religious School
programs. We emphasize the
need of Jewish Adult education
and offering the support of our
organization to the furtherance of
this worthwhile endeavor.
Israel Out organization
supports the programs instituted
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the Israel Bond
Committee, as well as other
Zionist endeavors and support of
the State of Israel. We are in
constant communication with
national and world leaders to
express our opinion on the issues
that face this small but great
nation.
Through speakers and special
contacts we disseminate to our
membership the latest in-
formation regarding Israel. We
are engaged on a daily basis with
national and local organizations
in the effort to bring Israel's
needs to their attention.
Soviet Jewry Our
Association is working with the
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Soviet Jewry to help free the
Prisoners of Conscience and to
enable all those who wish to leave
the Soviet Union to do so. Many
of our Congregational rabbis
have, through their synagogues,
adopted Prisoners of Conscience
and are conducting letter-writing
campaigns to the Soviet Union in
support of these individuals and
the concept of freedom. We shall
not forsake them for forget them.
Falasha Jewry Both the
Syrian and Falasha (Ethiopian)
Jewish communities are em-
battled. We shall not abandon
them. We support all actions
taken on behalf of our brothers in
these countries and have raised
our voices on a local and national
level to bring the plight of these
Jewish communities to the at-
tention of world opinion.
# Youth We are deeply
committed to reaching out to the
young people of our community.
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami through its
television program. "The Still
Small Voice" shall be attempting
to focus great attention on this
segment of our Jewish
population. Our Association has
offered to counsel and inform all
those who call upon us with
regard to any problems that they
may be having vis-a-vis Jewish
identity and commitment.
Public Relations The
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami is very concerned
about how the Jewish community
is viewed by our neighbors and
fellow citizens. We attempt to
represent our religious com-
munity on various panels,
committees, organizations, etc.
so that we may have in-put to
help in resolving the conflicts
that face us. From time to time,
members of our Association
appear on radio and television
programs and we sponsor the
"Still Small Voice" and the
"Jewish Worship Hour"
programs on a regular basis.
THESE ARE just a partial
summary of our concerns and
involvements. The Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami
wishes a healthy, happy and good
New Year to our co-religionists,
the entire community and all
mankind.
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Extend to all their Friends
Best Wishes for a Healthy, Happy
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Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 531-8702
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Israel
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raha s PM
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:eiving its
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usm, called
jservation of
and
of Western
ipport of the
ites against
ixpansionism,
rly" in the
"The Soviet Union's com-
bination of nuclear parity with
the West and conventional
military superiority make it
tempting for it to use the latter in
the Middle East," Fraser said.
"If it does so the possibility of a
spill-back of conflict into Europe
will be very great."
WHILE HE he did not
specifically mention Israel in the
course of his approximately
5,000-word speech, he spoke of
"disburbing signs of neutralist
sentiments in some European
countries" and 'warned the
Western alliance's survival
depends on being "consonant"
against "the kinds of threats
oron totb rw?
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He said "high priority should be
given to the whole question of the
protection of shared Western
interests beyond the
geographical territory of the
NATO members."
Fraser disagreed with the view
that "concern with humanitarian
issues should be kept separate
from political and strategic
matters, that they are somehow
incompatible."
While sympathizing with "the
impulses behind that view," he
said that "at the level of practical
policy" that view is "profoundly
mistaken." He added, "All our
experience denies it. In particular
the experience of the Jewish
people in this century em-
phatically denies it."
FRASER SPOKE out against
the drive by Arab and Com-
munist states and their allies to
have the world see Zionism as
"racist," saying "Australia is
fully committed to opposing
racialism." Fraser added:
"We are also concerned to
oppost the debasement of anti-
racialism which some seek to
exploit in a self-serving way by
attaching the label of racialism to
anything they oppose. To be
more specific, my government
has opposed and will continue to
oppose attempts to characterize
Zionism as racialist, even when
this involves us being in a very
small minority as far as UN
voting is concerned. Racialism is
too vile and serious a matter to be
misused and subordinated to
other issues in this way."
Fraser, who received three
standing ovations from the 1,400
delegates and guests at the
glittering Washington Sheraton
Hotel, made the 10,000-mile trip
to Washington from Canberra
solely to receive the B'nai B'rith
award. While in Washington, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency was
informed, he had no other ap-
pointments or meetings with
U.S. officials.
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The National Religious Party is
being severely shaken by charges
of corruption against Minister of
Religious Affairs Aharon Abu-
Hatzeira, one of three NRP
ministers in the Cabinet.
The Jerusalem Post in a lead
story reported that "five charges
of bribery and fraud" were likely
to be completed against Abu-
Hatzeira. Police sources have
revealed that the investigation
has found that funds were chan-
nelled to non-existent yeshivas,
and other yeshivas were given
money for twice as many
students as they actually had.
The money allegedly went to the
Minister and his NRP faction.
INTERIOR MINISTER Yosef
Burg, an NRP Minister who also
heads the police department.
Justice Minister Moshe Nissim
and Attorney General Yitzhak
/.amir met with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin to discuss the
case. The police may seek to have
Abu-Hatzeira's immunity as a
Knesset member revoked.
Zamir, meanwhile, met with
Binyamin Siegel, the top police
fraud investigator, and approved
his request to grant Yisrael Gott-
lieb, Deputy Mayor of Bnei Brak
and an NRP member, the status
of state's witness with immunity
from prosecution. The Jerusalem
Post quoted police sources as
saying Gottlieb has claimed he
transferred millions of shekels of
Ministry funds slated for Bnei
Brak yeshivas back to Abu-Hat-
zeira at the lattor's request.
The investigation has
deepened the enmity within the
NRP between the faction headed
by Abu-Hatzeira and that headed
by Burg. Burg has cancelled a
trip to the United States on
behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal, apparently to stay close
to the case.
ABU-HATZEIRA'S sup-
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Interior. Some are charging that
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1980
Jews Receive Threats
France Bans Vicious Neo-Nazi Organization
Bv EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) France
has outlawed a neo-Nazi
organization known for its
anti-Semitic actions and
suspected of commando
raids and bomb attacks
against Jewish and left-
wing institutions.
Earlier, a civil rights
group, the Movement
Against Anti-Semitism.
Racism and for Peace
(MRAPi. had claimed that
the neo-Nazi group, the
Federation for European
and National Action
(FANEI. had been planning
to murder 67 Jews in Nice
and carry out terrorist
attacks against various
Jewish communal in-
stitutions.
GOVERNMENT spokesman
Jean-Marie Poirier said that
FANE was being outlawed as
from Sept. 3. Its leader. Mark
Fredriksen. is to go on trial Sept.
19 on charges of incitement to
racial hatred and condoning
crimes against humanity.
MRAP announced earlier that
it has come into possession of a
FANE hst containing the names
of 67 Jews, all living in the Nice
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were to be killed. A spokesman
for the Nice Jewish community
who did not want his identity
revealed, later told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. "We take
this sort of threat very
seriously." He said that the
names of the threatened men will
not be released for "obvious
security reasons" but identified
them as being "known com-
munity leaders."
The spokesman said several
community leaders have been
physically attacked in recent
weeks and anti-Semitic slogans
daubed on public walls and on
Jewish community buildings.
The spokesman said that the
community as a whole will lodge
a formal complaint with the city's
District Attorney and press
criminal charges against the
perpetrators.
HE SAID the community does
not plan to organize any
protection service for the
threatened men nor guard its
institutions. "We trust the
government and its judicial
system." the spokesman said.
He said that most of tin
threatening and anti-Semitic
slogans bore the FANE initials
and carried the Slogan: "Only
one God Adolf Hitler.
The French government's
decision to ban the neo-Nazi
organization was proposed by
Interior Minister Christian
' Bonnet who reportedly told the
government at its weekly session
that the FANE has become a
danger to the internal security of
the country.
FANE activists are suspected
of having carried out a recent fire
bomb attack against the widow
of Henri Curiel, an Egyptian
Jewish Communist who was
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the neo-Nazi organization in-
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student canteen in the center of
Paris a year ago in which one
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injured.
The organization was repor-
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smaller groups, "Occident" and
"Western Action" united under
the leadership of Fredriksen, a
46-year-old bank teller. The
organization openly advocates
the return to a Nazi regime and
promotes the ideas of Aryan
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racial superiority. The police
suspect it with being closely
connected with similar
movements throughout Western
Europe.
A police detective, Paul-Louis
Durand. was detained on Aug. 11
after being suspected with in-
direct complicity in the Bologna
bomb attack of Aug. 2 which
caused 88 deaths. Durand, a 25-
year-old detective trainee, was a
member of the FANE executive
committee.
POLICE BELIEVE that no
more than 200 people throughout
France belong to the neo-Nazi
organization but that they make
up in their fanatic zeal for rt
for their small number. on
In line with these security
measures the government also
decided to tighten up airport and
border controls to prevent thp
entry into the country of armed
foreigners or of people carry^
forged identity documents
Foreigners found to carry
firearms or forged papers will he
banned for life from ever reen
tering French territory, the
Interior Ministry announced
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Page 17-A
\ \ General Assembly Sets I Social Security Structure to be Probed |
\Sights on Israel Again ...
And Again... And...
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The Arab-Israeli conflict and
\s ramifications are a pervasive
ppic on the agenda of the 35th
ession of the General Assembly,
ftiich is scheduled, to open here
ept. 16.
According to the provisional
?enda of the Assembly, two
.ajor debates relating to the
jideast conflict will take place in
j early weeks of the session, on
Se "Question on Palestine"
lem 24 on the agenda) and "The
lituation in the Mideast (item
I. Both debates will provide the
tage as in previous years, for
Irulent attacks on Israel by the
Irabs and their supporters and
pr pro-Palestine Liberation
Organization resolutions.
A RELATIVELY new project
he Arabs have adopted in recent
ears with which to assail Israel
the issue of nuclear armament.
fun items on the issue are
cheduled on this year's agenda:
lEstablishment of a Nuclear Free
one in the Region of the
lideast" (item 38) and "Israeli
tuclear Armament Report of
ne Secretary General" (item 49).
Other items on the agenda that
frill give the Arabs the chance to
last Israel and possibly pass
Begin Denies
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Knowledge
JERUSALEM (WNS)
Prime Minister Mena-
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lat Israel Land Adminis-
ration would serve eviction
ptices on three Arab
jtmilies living near the site
esignated for Regin's new
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know nothing of this order
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resolutions against it deal with
the UN peacekeeping forces in
the Mideast, the UN Relief and
Works Agency for Palestinian
Refugees and Israel's policies in
the occupied territories.
In addition. Israel will be the
subject for sharp attacks during
the debates on "International
Covenants on Human Rights"
(item 76). "United Nations
Decade for Women" (item 80)
and "Torture and Other Cruel
and Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment" (item
82).
ANOTHER highlight of the
anti-Israeli mood in the up-
coming Assembly is "Palestine
Day" on Nov. 29. with a special
gathering of the General
Assembly. In addition, the
general debate, which opens the
three-month Assembly will be
replete with anti-Israel. anti-
Zionist statements when
representatives of Arab, Com-
munist and Third World
countries deliver their major
foreign policy addresses to the
Assembly.
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Anticipating the likelihood of
major Social Security legislation
during the 97th Congress, Sen.
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the, beginning of a new series of
hearings entitled "Social
Security: What Changes are
Necessary?"
The opening hearing will be
held here Sept. 16, with at least
three more to be scheduled in
early December.
Sen. Chiles said that "Older
citizens throughout my state of
Florida and around the country
keep asking us for a straight
answer: what is the status of
Social Security financing?
"Despite our efforts in 1977 to
put Social Security on sound
footing, we are now told that
more needs to be done. Resolving
the short and long range
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decisions, and to restore full
confidence in America's most
popular successful domestic
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New Hadassah President
Friday, September 12, i98n
Voices Concern for Jewish Family Structure
LOS ANGELES (JTA) -
Frieda Lewis, the new president
of Hadassah, told the organiza-
tion's 66th annual convention
here that the 370.000-member
Zionist organization has the
power "to influence situations"
and "improve conditions."
She was referring to the
situation in the United States
where "the Jewish family
structure is gravely ill. There are
tens of thousands of Jews who
are in search of spiritual meaning
and direction. There are elderly in
the thousands who are victims of
i
changing times and advancing
years."
NOTING THAT her organiza-
tion reaches into every com-
munity in this country. Mrs.
Lewis, who was inaugurated as
the l"th president of Hadassah.
said: I believe that we can help
build a Jewish community com-
mitted to Israel strong in
Jewish values strong in Jew-
ish education strong and un-
swerving in unity."
She said she believes that "we
can help assure a better Jewish
future for our children and our
grandchildren and for the
Begin Salutes Israel Bond
Conference in Mexico City
Leadership Conference of Israel
Bonds.
The Israeli Prime Minister
pointed to the severe austerity
measures" taken by Israel to
combat inflation as the peace
accord with Egypt intensified the
economic challenge before it.
"Our economic burdens are
enormous because we have made
great sacrifices for peace." Begin
said.
Jewish people. I believe that we
can help create a community
healed in spirit and body ful-
filling the vision of the prophet
that Zion has been redeemed
through justice."
Mrs. Lewis, of Great Neck.
N.Y.. who succeeded Bernice
Tannenbaum who completed a
maximum of four one-year terms
in office, has been a member of
Hadassah for 32 years. She has
held posts from the local to the
national level. She is immediate
past chairman of the youth aliya
department and a former national
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MRS. LEWIS is a member of
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Friday, Septembers.
1980
Hammers at Carter's Mideast Diplomacy
Continued from Page 2-A
United Nations Security Council
and the sale of military hardware
to Jordan. Saudi Arabia and
Iraq, and with having opened the
way for Soviet influence in the
Mideast
THE HEAVIEST applause for
Reagan came after his remarks
about Carter's attitude toward
the status of Jerusalem and his
slashing condemnation of the
PLO. Albert Spiegel, a Los
Angeles attorney, who heads the
coalition for Reagan and his Vice
Presidential running mate
George Bush, introduced Reagan
as being "pro-Israel since Israel's
creation in 1948."
Copies of Reagan's prepared
speech were made available to the
media about five hours after
President Carter announced that
Egypt and Israel would resume
their autonomy negotiations and
that a summit meeting would be
held sometime later this year.
The GOP candidate was the
first of the three major
Presidential candidates to ad-
dress the B'nai B'rith.
Discussing the "unresolved
question of territorial rights
resulting from the 1967 war.''
Reagan said, without using the
term "occupied" area, that the
question should "be decided in
accordance with Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338. We will
tolerate no effort to supercede
those resolutions. We must weigh
the future utility of the Camp
David accords against that
position."
THERE ARE, Reagan
declared, "basic ambiguities in
the documents Camp David
Ereduced, both in the links
etween the Israeli-Egyptian
peace, and in the provisions for
an autonomous regime in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
These ambiguities have now
brought negotiations to a
dangerous irnpasse.
"Negotiations between Israel
and Jordan could result in long
and creative steps toward
resolving these problems."
Reagan added. "Israel and
Jordan are the two Palestinian
states envisioned and authorized
by the United Nations. Jordan is
now recognized as sovereign in
some 80 percent of the old
territory of Palestine. Israel and
Jordan are the parties primarily
authorized to settle the future of
the unallocated territories in
accordance with the principles of
the mandate and the provisions
of Resolutions 242 and 338.
"Thus, the autonomy plan
called for in the Camp David
agreements must be interpreted
in accordance with the two
Security Council resolutions,
which remain the decisive and
authoritative rules governing the
situation. The Camp David
agreements cannot and should
not lead to fundamental changes
in the security position, or to the
withdrawals of Israeli troops,
until Jordan and other neighbors
makepeace."
REAGAN, in this connection,
recalled that "an autonomous
Palestinian Arab regime for the
West Bank and the Gaza Strip
was an Israeli proposal a
major concession on Israel's part
in the interest of progress toward
peace."
Speaking of Jerusalem's
"centrality to Jewish life,"
Reagan said, "Unlike the days
prior to 1967, Jerusalem is one
and will continue to be one city,
undivided with free access for
all.'' He said the Carter-
Administration was cynical
"inpledging to preserve the
status of Jerusalem in its party
platform and its undercutting
Israel, and Jerusalem can be
solved by men of good will as
part of a permanent settlement.
The immediate problem is to
make it easier for men of good
will to come to the peace table"
Saying President Carter
refuses to brand the PLO as a
terrorist organization," Reagan
declared, "I have no hesitation in
doing so. We live in a world in
which any band of thugs clever
enough to get the word
'liberation' into its name can
thereupon murder school children
and have its deeds considered
glamorous and glorious.
Terrorists are not guerrillas, or
commandos, or freedom-fighters
or anything else. They are
terrorists, and they should be
identified as such. If others wish
to deal with them, establish
diplomatic relations with them,
let it be on their heads. And let
them be willing to pay the price
of appeasement."
"THE PLO is said to represent
the Palestinian refugees,-'
Reagan continued. "It represents
no one but the leaders who
established it as a means of
organizing aggression against
Israel" and "has murdered some
Palestinians than it has Israelis."
Nothing that the U.S. made an
agreement with Israel in 1975
concerning relations with the
PLO, Reagan said "this
Administration has violated that
agreement."
"We are concerned not only
with whether the PLO renounces
its charter calling for the
destruction of Israel, we are
equally concerned with whether it
is truly representative of the
Palestinian people," Reagan said.
On the question of Palestine
refugees, Reagan read from the
Declaration of the Establishment
of the State of Israel of May 14,
1948 appealing to the "Arab
inhabitants of the State of Israel
to preserve peace and to par-
ticipate with us in the upbuilding
of the State on the basis of full
and equal citizenship and due
representation all its provisional
permanent institutions."
"TRAGICALLY." Reagan
observed, this appeal was
rejected. People left their land
and their homes confident Israel
would be destroyed in a matter of
days and they could return.
Israel was not destroyed and the
refugee problem is with us today.
"One solution to the refugee
problem, he said, "could be
assimilation in Jorda v
designated by the UN as the
Arab-Palestinian state." He also '
spoke of the "long agonv of jw,
in the Soviet Union" and pledged
"they will not be forgotten bv
Reagan Administration."
Reagan warned that -no
policy, no matter how heartfelt
can succeed if the U.S. con
tinues its descent into economic
impotence and despair" and that
neight Israel's survival nor the
ability to help "dissienu agam,t
tyranny can become realistic
policy choices if our American
economy continues to deteriorate !
under Carter policies of high*"
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flation."
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Jfenisf? fhrMinn
Page21-A
Carter Tells BB
There Will Be No
'Reassessment'
Continued from Page 2-A
was there searching for peace in
|he city of peace. My prayers
ten answered in the Egyptian-
sraeli peace treaty.
"WE ARE still pursuing with
Israel and Egypt the larger peace
kre all seek. In such a peace,
Jerusalem should remain forever
ndivided, with free access to the
^oly places. We will make certain
hat the future of Jerusalem can
fnly be determined through
jrwment with the full
sncurrence of Israel."
Carter tied the U.S. anti-
boycott law to Israel's security.
ie said "such a law, which aims
ki blocking Arab discrimination
Igainst American companies
loing business with Israel, had
keen blocked under the
Republicans by the Secretaries of
Bate and Treasury. They were
If raid it would hurt our
liplomatic and trade relations
rith the Arab world. I decided to
ahead despite those risks
[cause it was the right thing to
j. Now, foreigners can no longer
fell American business people
here they can do business and
|ith whom and Secretary (of
smmerce) Phil Klutznick is
taking sure we're going to keep
[that way."
(Saying that "I am proud that
lice I have been President we
|ve provided about half the
nerican aid Israel has received
the 32 years since her in-
Ipendence," the President
pded, "This is not a handout,
Yet Another Meeting
This Time, No Big Hurrahs
but I look upon it as an in-
vestment in America's own
security."
DISCUSSING the stalled
talks on West Bank-Gaza
autonomy which Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat
suspended last May, the
President emphasized that "once
again we have found a way to
move toward peace" as a result of
special Ambassador Sol
Linowitz's discussions with
Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. "The talks will
resume," Carter said.
"And I will personally join in
the search for peace if
necessary in a summit meeting,
which Prime Minister Begin and
I discussed on the phone this
morning when he called me. As
you know, President Sadat has
also agreed publicly with this
idea. We are on the right road in
working for peace and in helping
to keep Israel secure. And we will
stay on that road in close
partnership with our Israeli
friends as long as I am
President."
The President also said that
"more than 50,000 Soviet Jews
moved last year to freedom in
Israel and the United States" but
that "in July less than 2,500 were
permitted to emigrate an
annual rate of 30,000 and the
rate of new approvals was even
lower. This makes our cause more
urgent, our resolve more certain
and we will continue to
communicate that resolve very
clearly to the Soviet leaders."
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The heads of
American Jewish national
organizations, following an
hour-long meeting with
President Carter at the
White House, took a
carefully worded non-
committal position with
respect to their views of his
candidacy for reelection
while crediting him with
being "relatively straight-
forward" on issues of
concern to them.
Howard Squadron, chairman
of the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, who served as its
spokesman at a news conference
after the White House meeting,
was asked if Carter was
"reassuring to the American
Jewish community" and how
Jews would vote. "I think to
some extent they were on many
issues," Squadron responded
about reassurances. "I think that
on some issues probably, people
left the room still concerned."
AS TO HOW Jews would vote.
Squadron said, "I have no idea
how Jewish voters will vote. Jews
never vote monolithically for one
candidate or another." Pointing
out that "there are a lot of un-
decided" voters, he said, "I
would expect that the campaign
between now and election day
will have a great deal to do with
how Jewish voters and other
voters vote. I would not at this
point say to you that the Jewish
community is voting either one
way or another."
In that connection. Squadron
also said, "I think the President's
appeal to Jewish voters has been
relatively straightforward,"
noting the President's remarks
on U.S. aid to Israel and his
reasons for the U.S. abstention in
the crucial United Nations
Security Council vote on
Jerusalem last month.
Squadron said that the
President vowed- to veto any
action at the UN that would seek
to impose sanctions against
Israel. The Security Council
meets Nov. 15 to consider the
results of its resolution con-
demning Israels Jerusalem law
on which the U.S. abstained.
"The President reiterated that
the U.S. will veto such sanc-
tions," Squadron said. "The
President stated very clearly for
the first time that in the event of
an effort to challenge the
credentials of Israel, the U.S. will
absolutely resist it and prevent
it," Squadron said.
SQUADRON said that the
Presidents Conference had asked
for the meeting with Carter.
"Traditionally, the Conference
invites the candidates." he said.
He explained that this meeting
was held at the White House "as
a matter of convenience" for the
President "at his request."
He said the Conference will
meet with Republican candidate
Honald Keagan at his temporary
campaign home at Middleburg,
Va., but he was uncertain if
another session would be held
with independent candidate John
Anderson who spoke to the
Conference during the primaries.
The Reagan meeting will
probably be held next Sunday.
Stone Led in U.S. Ban
On Planes to Iraq
WASHINGTON The U.S.
State Department has decided to
turn down a request by Iraqi
Airlines to buy two 747 and three
727 airplanes from Boeing. If the
State Department had recom-
mended that the Commerce
Department grant the sale
licenses, it would probably have
faced severe criticism by some
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U.S. Sen. Richard Stone (D.,
Fla.l, chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Subcommittee
on the Middle East, had objected
to the proposed sales in an Aug. 6
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Edmund Muskie.
HE SAID, "I have not been
shown substantial reasons why it
is in the national interest of the
United States to provide aircraft
of potential military usage to
Iraq.
"This sale will have my firm
and absolute opposition."
After announcement of the
State Department denial on Aug.
29, Stone said, "This decision
was the right one. Our country
should not be supplying large
planes like these to any nation
that supports international
terrorism, such as Iraq. We
cannot win the hearts and minds
of the Iraqi government to
friendship and cooperation
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They'll Pay Fines
Violated Laws Against Arab Boycott
WASHINGTON 'JTAl -
Two New York City freight
forwarder? and a Houston
consultant and engineering
company have agreed to pay
fines for a..egedJy violating the
US laws agamst the Arab
boycott of American companies
discnnunatrng against Israel the
L" S Department of Commerce
has announced
The Department s Inter-
national Trade Administration
said that the Pace Company
Cor.sj.'-ar.vs and E^ghaMH Ir.c
of Houston. Texas, has agreed to
pay a civil penalty of $5,000 for
an alleged violation. The
Department charged Pace with
having complied with the recruest
:'- :ha povtmaVMl "' I-*=-'-
that it has no dealings what-
soever with Israel."
THE RLE Forwarding
Company was fined $3,000 and
the Muton Scecater C-:rj>:T~-:~
was fined i'. -'.'. Tt~ >:<*
f_-m m as _--.:.-. e: : -' -
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New Y:rx u; i >i^ royw :^i"-
factorv
Israeli
manufacturer is a US.
and that there is no
partnership or the like
The Rue concern was involved
in two separate transactions with
a buyer in Kuwait and Dubai.
Rue certified that the goods were
:'. Israel; material
: ngir.
ine Depa.-..=e=: repc r.ec
7be :r re; .-.. panjes fined were
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renaliies and to establish certain
internal procedures to insure
their further compliance with the
law. the Department said.
ACCORDING to a Commerce
Department letter to John
Dosher. Pace Company
president, which was made public
by the Department, Pace was
engaged in 1978 in the "bidding
and subsequent sale of a study
conducted by its Houston. Texas
facility to the government of
Kuwait when the violation
occurred.
The Pace Company was asked
by the government of Kuwait to
The three
violations lne "ij
nor denying the alleged
violation the ft
agreed to pay ***
penalties and tn
establish certain ?
procedures to
their fhrther
insure
compliance
'furnish a stateme.v
that you have v whatsoever with Israel ]
Pace Company tw.ee after u
in 1978 and 1979. replied ffi
' acknowledges that do bus^
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ducted with Israel, tk,
Department reported
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Friday. September 12,1980
vJewlsli ttcridtton
Page 23-A
Passes at 68
Leading Zionist Was Intellectual Giant
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Judah Shapiro, a leading Zionist,
organizer, theoretician and edu-
cator, died here Sept. 2 after a
prolonged illness at the age of 68.
Shapiro was a life-long Labor
Zionist and was former president
of the Labor Zionist Alliance and
was the president of the National
Committee for Labor Israel at the
i ime of his death. He was an early
fighter for democracy in Jewish
lit. and was a firm advocate oi
the right of dissent in Jewish life.
THE JEWISH people, he said
ireguently. practiced the first
lorn, of democracy in its ad-
mce to disputation and the
tic form of argumentation.
he said, prevented the
ivish community from ac-
cepting as dogma the views of
lished leaders. He was also a
lirm advocate of the need for
Jewish leaders to foe accountable
the Jewish people for their
policies, financial expenditures
actions.
The pressing issue in the life of
sh communal activity in this
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country, he wrote, is "the need
for the participation of in-
dividuals other than the rich; as
well as the requirement of this
society for a community which
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page and was the editor of Jewish
Frontier and a contributor to
many periodicals on topics
dealing with Zionism. Jewish
education, communal activities,
Israel and Jewish life in America
in the 1800s.
He also traveled around the
country as a lecturer and teacher.
Among his numerous educational
activities, he was a priessor of
contemporary Jewish thought at
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion School of
Jewish Communal Service in Los
Angeles from 1969-1976, pro-
fessor of sociology in the
graduate division of Herzlia
Jewish Teachers Seminary in
New York and was an instructor
at the Sholem Aleichem M itlshul.
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Rosh Hashanah's Message
;iiami. Florida. Friday. September 12. 1980
SECTION B
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying: "In the
seventh month, on the first day of the month,
shall be a solemn rest unto you, a memorial
proclaimed with the blast of horns, a holy
convention" (Lev. 23:23-24).
In our era of swift-moving currents,
progressive man must constantly forge a new
destiny to keep pace with the tempo of changing
times. In charting the course of future progress,
the accomplishments and failures of the past
serve as a helpful inspiration.
Rosh Hashanah renews the warmth of faith
and courage and rekindles the idealism of social
justice and righteousness, sparks a new desire to
serve mankind and to effect progress despite the
sorrow-laden obstacles piling up on our earthly
pilgrimage.
OUT OF the welter of hate and tragedy, in
times of travail which try the souls of mortal
man. a better world is beginning to be shaped in
the minds of all peoples a world in which all
men can live in harmony and prosperty, where
life can be beautiful and gracious.
This is not a time to utter well-meant
platitudes or vacuous dreams. For we live in a
crucial time where each and every milestone
marks the dynamic growth of the young State of
Israel and the resurrection of Judaism.
"And Thou has granted us, O Lord our God,
this Day of Remembering" (Rosh Hashanah
Amida).
For whom is Rosh Hashanah designated as a
Day of Remembering [Yom Hazicoron)! The
Psalmist says: "It is a statute for Israel, a
judgment for the God of Jacob." First, we are
granted the wholesome opportunity to indulge in
some account to ourselves and only then are we
summoned before the throne of the Almighty.
We are exhorted to start the New Year with
searching introspection on our past.
TOO FREQUENTLY our e.ves are focused on
the future, the perspective for the year ahead,
and we want to forget altogether too quickly the
year we just left behind us. But if our prayers
and resolutions are to be meaningful, they must
be recited with strict relation to past effort and
failing. Most certain, no sound enterprise would
embark upon plans for the future without
thorough study of previous experience.
Thus, at the threshold of the New Year, we
might well pause to ponder to which use we have
put the old. What have we achieved during the
year? It might have passed as quickly as a
fleeting shadow, yet a precious span of the divine
gift of life has been spent.
Have we made ourselves useful to those
around us and society at large? Have we
deployed our intellectual gifts adequately, +
furthering our knowledge and bettering out
understanding? Have we exerted self-control,
mastered temptation and kept a close watch
upon the weak spots in our spiritual make-up?
Have our daily pursuits been conducted
throughout with integrity? Are we ready to
plead before our Maker, confident that we have
not abused our natural gifts, latent talents and
the opportunities the year has afforded us?
MAIMONIDES reminds us that the ram's
horn is directed toward this awakening: "Arouse
yourselves, slumberers ponder upon your deeds,
and remember your Maker."
In the Musaf Amida, we refer to our hand-
writing in the Book of Life "and the handwriting
of every man is found therein." Some of us make
a deliberate and net impression: others remain
lethargic. Their record is a dirty smudge.
"And in thy love Thou has granted us this
Day of Remembering." Can we associate such an
awesome occasion with divine love? If man can
but make proper use of these solemn days and it
jolts him back to a more profound perspective
upon life, it is an invaluable gift. Where would
Israel be without this unique annual stimulus
toward remembering and self-introspection?
This is Rosh Hashanah's stirring message.
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By DR. H. RABINOWICZ
Symbolism is woven, like a silvered thread.
through the tapestry of Jewish life, adding rich-
ness, color and depth to every day, and to the
Holy Days in particular. Every festival, be it
major or minor, has its own significant symbols,
its own meaningful ceremonies. Supreme symbol
of Rosh Hashanah, New Year, is the Shofar; and
as many as Meah Kolloth (one hundred sounds)
are generally heard on that day. Rosh Hashanah
is known by five different names: the two names
used in the Torah, Zikron Teruah (a memorial
proclaimed with the'blast of horns), and Yom
Teruah (a day of blowing the horn), are both
based on the Shofar.
The sounding of the Shofar marks the climax
of the impassioned Rosh Haahanah service. This
is the time when even the fishes in the sea
tremble with''"terror," the moment when ths
worshippers, tense sad awed, rise sa one man to
their feet. Their ayes are on the Bunah where the
Baal Tekeah (Sound* of the Shofar) and the
Baal Makre (prompter* stead before the con-
gregation robed in tat flowing folds of the
traditional white garments. The greatness of the
occasion rests upon them and gives them un-
wonted majesty in the eyes of the people
IN ANCIENT TIMES the Shofar was wkhdy
used. It played a part in coronations, and when
Absalom sent spies throughout afi the tribes of
Israel, they warned the people sytng, "As a
as ye hear the sound of the hom. then f r
say: 'Absalom is King in Hebron.' The-il
records that when Solomon was crowned.
blew the ram's horn; and all the people said:
Long live King Solomon.' "
The Shofar, like the siren, was also used as an
alarm or danger signal, and the Prophet Amos
asks the rhetorical question, "Shall the horn be
blown in a city, and the people not tremble?" At
the end of the 49-year cycle, on the Tenth of
Tishri, a blast of the horn proclaimed the Yovel
(Jubilee), as commanded in the Torah. "Then
shalt thou make proclamation with the blast of
the horn on the tenth day of the seventh month;
in the day of atonement shall ye make proc-
lamation with the horn throughout all your
land."
The Shofar was also used in the service of
God. David, musician-king of Israel, brought
the Ark of the Lord to Jerusalem, "with
shouting and with the sound of the horn," and in
the Psalms he urges, "With trumpets and sound
of the horn, shout ye before the King, the Lord."
Many of the great events in Jewish history were
associated with the Shofar. At the Revelation at
Mount Sinai, "All the people perceived the
thunderings and the lightnings, and voice of the
horn." The walls of Jericho fell miraculously
after they had been encompassed seven times by
seven priests bearing seven rams' horns, "And it
shall be, that when they make a long blast with
the ram's horn, and when ye hear the sound of
the horn, all the people shall shout with a great
shout; and the wall of the city shall fall down
Oat." Strategist Gideon used ths Shofar in psy-
chological warfare. "When I blow the horn, and
all that are with me, then blow ye the horns also
on every side of the camp, and say: For the Lord
and for Gideon!"
THE SHOFAR was still in fairly common use
during Talmudic and medieval times. Whenever
a ban of excommunication (Htrem) was enacted.
the formula was read, wax candles were lit and
the Shofar was sounded. It was used to herald
the Sabbath and to announce a death. The
Talmud records that Rabbi Hammuna "chanced
to be in a town named Daru. Suddenly he heard
the note of the horn, and he knew by this signal
that someone had just died."
In the realm of eschatology, too, the Shofar is
heard with literally epoch-making effect. At the
end of days, the angel Michael sounds the
trumpet with a mighty blast. Then Elijah the
prophet brings forth the Messiah and the great
Golden Era is inaugurated. As the Shofar sings
out, again and again, momentous events take
place: the primeval light reappears, the dead
arise, the Shechirtah becomes visible, and the
Temple stands in all its perfection.
Philo Judaeus, writer of Hellenistic J udaism, is
the forerunner of many scholars and
philosophers who delve into the significance of
the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah. fn Talmudic
limes, the story of the Akedah tthe Binding of
Isaac) was closely associated with the Shofar.
"Blow a ram's hom before me so that 1 may
recall on your beahlf the binding of Isaac son of
Abraham and shall **-Mto watt\wft\t as
though you had hoand yoaraeivte ww*&*''
8AADIA GAON {892-932rgivoS ten reasons
for the Wowing of tht Shofar; tneCreation of the
Universe, the beginning of the Ten Days of
Repentance, the Revabttton at Sinai, the
.xiMirtetkn.^fM.\^lijdrete. the destruction of
the Temple, the Sacrifice of Isaac, cultivation of
reverence and fear, reminder of the Day of Judg-
ment Messianic Age and Resurrection.
Two centuries later, Maimonides stresses the
moral aspect of this command. "Although the
blowing of the Shofar on the New Year is a
Scriptural decree, a suggestion is hidden therein;
that is to say 'Awake ye sleepers from your sleep
and ponder your deeds; remember your Creator,
ye who have forgotten the truth by preoccupying
yourselves with the vanities of the world and
have erred all your years in vanity and emp-
tiness which neither profit nor succour. Give
heed to your souls, and mend your ways and
deeds. Let everyone of you abandon his evil way
and his wicked thoughts.'
BELIEVING THAT the Torah has "seventy
faces" shitting forth to the initiated and that
every word and command of the Torah is en-
shrined in mystery (raza}^0e Cabbalist gave
much thought to the Shofar. The Zohar (the
Book of Splendor) gives the mystic point of
Vfcw. The reason that Israel uses the ram's hom
on this day and not on any other is because "we
i know to what place the horn belongs, and we do
not desire to awaken judgment.
"For, we have learned, by word and deed, we
have to awaken secret powers. Now when the
supernal Shofar, in which is the illumination of
all removes itself and does not shine upon the
sons, then judgment is awakened, and the
thrones are set up for judgment But when
this Shofar rouses itself and men repent of their
sins, it behoves them to blow the Shofar below
and the sound thereof ascends on high and
awakens another supernal Shofar, and so mercy is
awakened and judgment is removed."
In Chassidism, too, the Shofar occupies a
unique place in the service. Piety, integrity and
scholarship were the qualities demanded of the
Officiant. These were weapons he needed to
strengthen him in his struggle with the Satan.
Many of the great Chassidic rabbis acted as
Baale Tekioth and used the Shofar to storm the
Judgment Room and to intercede before the
Heavenly Tribunal. Many delivered stirring dis-
courses before the sounding of the Shofar, and
great care was taken to have the right Kayanoth
(intentions). The Chassidim believe that the
Shofar is sounded as a signal and a reminder to
"put away cai.seless hatred and to stir up love,
unity and peace."___________^^__^__
Yom Kipper: Symbol of Repentance
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
The uniqueness of our monotheistic religion
has, from its very inception, stressed good
behavior more than purely ritualistic sacrifices.
The Prophet Micah (6:7) asks doubtfully: "Will
the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams?"
thus pointing to the greater importance of
spiritual sacrifices.
A significant though less familiar name for the
Day of Atonement is Yom HaKodosh meaning
"The Holy Day." The truly astonishing appeal
of this holiest day, the overcrowded houses of
worship throughout the world, the severe
sacrifice of all earthly pleasures for one long day,
prove clearly in our modern life of drab reality,
the rediscovery of man of a latent, deeply
religious feeling for down in man's heart, there
slumbers an eternal yearning for the wonderful
world of the spirit.
BY NATURE, mortal man is a mystic." The
rigorous laws govern the Day of Atonement
awake trembling awe and a solid core of religious
feelings which prepare us to meet our Creator.
"Prepare to meet thy God, O Israel" thunders
the Prophet Amos (4:13). ____
The millennia-old prayers, the somber mood of
worship, take the worshippers back to the eariist
times of our people and of the entire human race.
Thus Yom Kippur. the holiest day in the Jewish
year with its powerful eternal appeal, sternly
reminds us that true religion can be understood
only as an owe-inspiring experience of the Divine
in our inmost heart, for in them lies "the judge
as well as "the actions to be judged. The
solemn worship grants the human soul the
unique opportunity to be alone with its Creator
and brings mortal man nearer to God to try to
understand His ways.
Thus the most sacred of days utters the
sublimest voice of an ethical religion. No other
nation, ancient or modern, has ceremonies and
rituals approaching those of Yom Kippur in
religious depth, a day of purification and of
turning away from sin for which forgiveness is
granted through the grace of a merciful God who
holds true penitence in high esteem.
Thus Yom Kippur has become an eternal
symbol of true repentence and its man-redeeming
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services *ere scheduled at h a.m
Sept. 11 with the sermon.
Meaning Not a Chance."
Evening services were to be at 7
p.m
Second Day Rosh Hashanah
services will be Friday, Sept. 12,
at 8 a.m. Sermon topic will be
Serve Him by Your Deeds."
Evening services will be at 7 p.m.
BETH KODESH
CONGREGATION
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Leon Segal were to conduct the
services Thursday and Friday.
Sept. 11 and 12. beginning at 8
a.m.
The rabbi was to discuss the
themes: "A Country in Stress."
and Through Storms We
Grow The sermons were to be
delivered at 10:30 am
The holiest day in the Hebrew
calendar will be ushered in at
Beth Kodesh Synagogue. Friday.
Sept 19. at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
I>eon Segal will conduct the
services for the Day of Atone-
ment Memorial services will be
h-ld Saturday. Sept. 20. at 11:30
a.m.
The rabbi will discuss the
themes. Alone in the World"
and A Changing World." The
N'-ilah. or closing service, will
take place Saturday at 5 p.m. The
subject will be "The Climax."
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In addition to these services.
Beth David will have a Family
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families will take part. These
services will be held in the social
hall at Coral Way location of the
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Holy Day Campaign
South Florida congregations
are primed to rally underneath a
single banner to furnish moral
and economic support for a
united Jerusalem and a strong
Israel during the High Holy
| Days.
The theme behind the cam-
lipaign. conducted by State of
Israel Bonds, is: "Jerusalem
United Forever!"
Kabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
I of the National Campaign
Cabinet of State of Israel Bonds,
declared that Jerusalem must
remain forever indivisible in
order to preserve its integrity as
the capital of the Holy Land and
as a sacred shrine for all people,
regardless of religion, race, color
| or creed.
Only through the con-
[centrated participation of our
congregations during the High
I Holy Days campaign for Israel
Bonds," Rabbi Kronish said,
will the position of Jerusalem be
assured. This will be a campaign
that unites our people no matter
what their views may be on other
problems confronting Israel. The
[price of keeping Jerusalem is as
high as the price of peace and
| that is very high."
Gary R. Gerson, Israel Bonds
iGeneral Campaign chairman,
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JWV to Hear
Talk on Falashas
Jewish War Veterans Abe
Horrowitz Post 682 and the
Ladies Auxiliary will have Henry
1'arnes as guest speaker on
Falasha (Ethiopian Jews)."
I'arnes served in the Israeli
I Tank Corps, as commander from
1959 1967. He was decorated for
bravery for spearheading the
| drive through the Suez Canal.
This will be an open meeting at
I headquarters Thursday, Sept. 18.
at 8 p.m.
\Holiday Services
Are Scheduled
Continued from preceding page
man Ackerman and on Yom
IKippur by Ernest Field, who will
lalso say Kol Nidre and N'eelah.
|rur the fifth consecutive year,
Murray Frand will daven
shacharis throughout the
holidays.
Kabbi Dov Bidnick will not
only deliver the sermons, but
Bgain will blow the shofar.
pssisted by Joel Binenstock.
I'lie public is invited to join
and worship.
Kosh Hashanah services were
Thursday, Sept. 11. at 8 a.m. and
Wl lor Friday, Sept. 12, at 7:30
' m Kol Nidre on Yom Kippur
pill be Friday. Sept. 19, at 7 p.m..
and Saturday at 8 a.m.. with
ewryone urged to attend Yizkor
Services at about noon. The
Chapman of the High Holiday
Selection committee was Nat
Spiegel.
THE ISRAELITE
CENTER TEMPLE
Friday evening, Sept. 19, Kol
Nidre service, 6:30 p.m., chanted
W yantor Hyman Lifshin and
fo'oist, Sol Koenigsberg. Ser-
non: 'Kol Nidre Is Strictly
Personal."
Saturday, Sept. 20. Yom
lippur Day of Atonement:
lorning service, 8:30 a.m.
Pefmn; "Gratitude The Gift
li an" Yiskor memorial service,
J:'*0 a.m. Neilah: Closing
"vice, 6 p.m. Sermon: 'Lone-
|nessat Dusk."
.Kabbi Solomon Waldenberg
pi deliver all the sermons.
enroll a maximum number of
members in Shomrei
Yerushalayim (Guardians of
Jerusalem), an honor society of
Israel Bonds open to regular
purchasers who lend Israel
$1,000, thus demonstrating their
"commitment to the centrality of
Jerusalem to Jewish life and the
Jewish people."
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Miami Beach, national chairman
for rabbinic participation, added
that a key to the success of the
mission will be "Rabbinic
Power." A broad campaign was
launched, he said, to convince
rabbis to lead the way by pur-
chasing $1,000 Israel Bonds in
their own names.
"It is important to remember,"
Rabbi Kronish said, "that while
the High Holy Day campaign is
vitally important for the sake of
Jerusalem, it is just as
meaningful for the sake of
continued support for the
economy and infrastructure of
Israel. Anyone who goes to Israel
can see the work of Israel Bonds
wherever he looks."
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged at Douglas
Gardens has instituted a series of
seminars entitled "Everything
You've Always Wanted to Know
about Judaism but Were Afraid
to Ask" for all interested staff
members that will offer a greater
awareness of the language,
customs and religious practices
of the residents of the Home.
"We want to develop a
heightened sensitivity for our
elderly, many of whom wish to
speak only Yiddish and live in a
Jewish environment, says Myra
Heiliczer, a registered nurse and
director of inservice education at
Douglas Gardens. 'Our staff is
more aware of the residents'
Jewishness during the High Holy
Days, and this will be the spring-
board for our seminars," Ms.
Heiliczer said.
The six seminars began Sept. 8
with an introduction to the
Jewish holidays. Other sessions
include: traditions, kosher law
and Jewish foods, Shabbat and
the synagogue, history of the
Jewish people, and "dictionary
for daily living" under-
standing our residents. Ms.
Heiliczer is also preparing a dic-
tionary of rudimentary words
and phrases in Yiddish for staff
use.
The seminars are conducted by
Miriam Schmerler, a Judaic
Studies teacher and Hebrew Day
School director.
"We see this additional train-
' ing as yet another opportunity to
make our residents' lives
meaningful and comfortable, and,
at the same time, provide enrich-
ment to our staff education
program." said Fred D. Hirt,
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Dr Helen Fagin, associate
professor of English and director
of Judaic Studies at the
University of Miami, has been
invited by Elie Wiesel to join a
select group of special advisors to
the chairman of the United
States Holocaust Memorial
Council.
Wiesel. author and a survivor
of the Holocaust, is chairman of
the Council which evolved from
recommendations made by the
Presidential Commission on the
Holocaust. The function of the
Council is to establish, under the
auspices of the federal govern-
ment, a national memorial in the
form of an educational center,
archives and museum which will
distribute authoritative in-
formation on the Holocaust-
In his letter to Dr. Fagin.
Wiesel stated. "I feel the need for
a select group of special advisors
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Councils for Soviet Jews
Re-elect Joel Sandberg
Joel Sandberg of North Miami
Beach was re-elected vice
president of the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews at the
organization's annual meeting in
Washington, D.C. last week.
Sandberg, of the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry, has
been actively involved in Miami's
efforts to free Soviet Jews, as
well as taking on leadership roles
in the national movement.
Beginning a tenth year of
activism on behalf of Soviet
Leningrad Trials. "Ten years
after these events, we can note
that over 250,000 Soviet Jews
have been granted permission to
emigrate, but our job is far from
done."
Other officers elected at the
Washington meeting are vice-
presidents Morey Schapira of
San Francisco, Lynn Singer of
Long Island and Ruth Newman
of Washington, D.C.
Speakers at the convention
included Tatyana Yankelevich,
Jewry, delegates from around the step-daughter of Soviet Nobel
United States and Canada at-
tended the annual convention of
the Union of Councils for Soviet
Jews in Washington, D.C, Sept.
5 8. UCSJ President Robert
Gordon urged those attending to
increase their activities on behalf
of Soviet Jews during the dif-
ficult times ahead.
Gordon, who was re-elected to
a third term as national president
of the UCSJ, declared that "the
Soviet government has broken
both the letter and the spirit of
the Helsinki agreement." He
urged the U.S. delegation and its
allies to take a strong united
stance at the upcoming meeting
in Madrid to review the Helsinki
Accords.
Gordon noted that this year
narks the tenth anniversary both
of the founding of the Union of
councils and of the infamous
Peace Prize laureate Andrei
Sakharov. Ms. Yankelevich
spoke of the anguish of her
father's exile and exhorted those
present to "defend dissidents.
Jews or whoever speaks out on
the injustices in the Soviet
Union. By defending them, you
are defending yourselves, your
freedom, your democracy."
The four-day meeting ended
with a tribute to Rep. Robert F.
Drinan (D-Mass.) by his
colleagues, which took place in
the chambers of the House of
Representatives. At the reception
which followed, a gift was
presented to Rep. Drinan by the
USCJ lauding him for his years
of dedication to the cause of
freedom tor Soviet Jewry and.
specially, his work on behalf of
Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly
Sharansky.
Israel Discount Bank Ltd.
NEW YORK Israeli
Discount Bank Limited, the
principal banking subsidiary of
IDB Bankholding Corporation
Limited, reported consolidated
assets rose to $8.2 billion as of
June 30, a 20 percent increase
from 6.8 billion on June 30.
1979.
Total deposits rose by 23
percent reaching almost $7
billion, up from approximately
$5.7 billion, while deposits of the
public increased 22 percent to
about $4.9 billion, up from S4
million as of June 30.1979.
Net income on a consolidated
basis, for the half year ended
June 30, 1980 amounted to 821.1
million as against $13.8 million
'or the same period last year, up
53 percent-
Consolidated capital funds of
the Bank as of June 30. 1980
(including notes and minority
interest) exceeded $184.6 million,
up from $141.3 million as of June
30. 1979.
Israel Discount Bank and its
banking subsidiaries have a
worldwide network cf 250
branches and offices, including
two branches in New York City,
and branches in Nassau (the
Bahamas), the Cayman Islands
(B.W.I.) and Luxembourg. The
Bank also has Representative
Offices in London. Toronto, Sao
I'aulo and Buenos Aires and an
international banking agency in
Miami.
Siegel to Address Kinneret Group
Leon Siegel will discuss the
upcoming holidays at the first
meeting of the 1980-81 season of
the Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women Sunday, Sept. 14. at
noon, at the Washington Savings
and Loan Association, 1133
Normandy Drive. Miami Beach.
Rita Adoff. president of the
chapter, will conduct the in-
stallation of chairpersons. The
Kinneret Chapter will celebrate
its 10th anniversary Oct. 12.
The meeting is free and open to
the public.
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To &He Gn4**#em4*A t,. ,,,,/y
A Rabbi will be available
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Elul preceding the
High Holy Holidays
Young Israel of
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990 NE 171st St.. North Miami Beach
"The Center for Orthodox Judaism
in North Miami Beach"
Wishes a Happy and Meaningful New Year
To A U of Greater Miami
Zev Left Rabbi
Irving Seidel. President
Beth Kodesh
Congregation
Sisterhood and Men's Club
Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
Extend To All A Happy New Year __
1101 SW 12th Avenue
Miami
American Jewish
Committee
3000 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Florida 33137
GREETINGS TO ALL
Women's American
ORT Southeastern
Florida Region
may peace be nestled in the hearts of mankind
I'shona tova
Jean Rose. President
Ruth Leff. Chairman. Executive Committee
Albert Einstein
College of Medicine
Yeshiva University
Joseph M. Drexler. President Florida Friends
Peter Goldring, Campaign Chairman
Moaes Hornstein
Hap Levy. Membership Chairman
Temple Israel
of Miramar
Happy New Year To Members and Friends
Paul Plot kin, Rabbi
Joseph Wichelewski, Cantor
Michael Koenig, President

NEW YEAR GREETINGS From
Rabbi and Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz
and the members of
Temple Menorah
New Year's Greetings from
Temple Solel
(LIBERAL REFORM i
5100 Sheridan St. Hollywood
Robert P. Frazin. Rabbi
Robert A. Jacobs. Rabbi
Michael K\rr: Cantor
9*19-020.5
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables' Only Conservative S:
44 Zamora Coral
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Brilliant
Cantor Louia Hershmaa
President Herman Douglass
New Year Greetings
To The Entire Community
les
American Mizrachi
Women
May the sound of the Shofar herald a
time of blessing, good health, and good
fortune for this New Year and ever after.
FLORIDA COUNCIL
420 Lincoln Road
531-3365
THE YIDDISH CULTURE WINKLE
Wishes All Its Members
A Happy New Year
MENASHE FELDSTEIN. President
SARAH KAUFMAN. Vice President
SHEVAH BERLAND. Financial Secretary
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive 947-1435
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian Alpern
Congregation President. Morris Kat7
Sisterhood President, Trudy Lechner
Men'sClub President, Alan Ladis
Chairman of trie Board, Max Hagen
V */>/< y tr~ .-, to holiday Qoeetincis fpom
Temple Beth Am
RABBI HERBERT M BAUMGARD. DHL D D
RABBI MORTON HOFFMAN. ASSOCIATE R
RABBI SI UAKT WEINBLATT. ASSOCIATE RABBI
DR WILLIAM SILVER, PRESIDENT
DAVID STUART. ADMINISTRATOR
JOAN SCHVN ARTZMAN,
ASSOCIATE ADMINISTRATOR
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Temple Sinai
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
1201 Johnson Street. Hollywood
Rsbbi Seymour Friedman President Mort Kuahner
New Year Greetings
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A CARING CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. rUbbi Gary F. Canner. President
Ben Dick.on. Cantor Dorothy H. Grant. Exec. Dir.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(BETH TEFILAH)
416 NE 8th Ave. Hsllsndale. Ha. 33009
Rabbi. Dr. Carl Klein Cantor. Jacob Danziger
Alfred Newman. President
THE FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER FAMILY
FRANK. JUDY. RENEE and JAY
Wish all members of the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of America (Conservative!
and all members of Temple Z ion
A Happy and Healthy New Year
May the New Year be a bountiful one and bring
a full measure of happiness to our members and
the entire Jewish community
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
Mrs. Carlton (Mildred) Blake, President


September 12.1980
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AND ITS CHAPTERS
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The South Florida Jewish Community
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Stern, Rabbi Samuel Cohen, President
is Krevat, V.P. Alex Litman, V.P.
Sol Krevat, Secretary
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
s Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators, to the
and Directors of the Centeral Agency for
Education, to the Jewish Federation of Greater
i and to the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year
Mrs. Julius Sukenik, President
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Honorary Pres.
Mrs. Jack Diamond, 1st Vice President
Shula Ben David, 2nd Vice Pres.
Michael Ashbal. Secretary
Mrs. Arnold Richter, Treasurer
Temple Beth Sholom
OF GREATER MIAMI
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Fla.
DR. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi
HAROLD B. VINIK. President
EXPRESSES HOPE FOR PEACE
FOR OUR PEOPLE EVERYWHERE
A Happy New Year To All
Temple Beth Moshe
125 NE 121 St., N. Miami, Fla. 33181
M. I.ederman
|Eiseman
?nt
Moshe Freidler
Cantor
Irving L. Jaret
Executive Director
HE Reconstructionist
Synagogue
7473 NW 4th St. Mark IV Bldg.
Plantation, Fla. 583-7770
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Beth Torah
Congregation
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
Eugene M. Lipman, President
L'Shana Tova Tikatevu
From tht Officers, Directors and Membership
Temple Samu-El
8900 SW 107th Ave., Miami
(Capital Bank of Kendale Bldg.)
A Conservative Synagogue
Serving All of South Dade
Edwin Farber, Rabbi
Manuel Diner, President
Jill Liebson, Sisterhood President
Jerry Kaufman, Men's Club President
A Happy New Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
Hadassah
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Best Wishes for A Happy New Year To All
THE MIAMI REGION
Mrs. Jules Minkes. President
THE MIAMI BEACH REGION
Mrs. Jean Feinberg, President
The Israelite Center
Temple
3175 SW 25th Street
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers and Members
Extend Their Greetings
To All Their Members and Friends
For A Happy New Year
Chester Leiter, President
Albert Zisman, Chairman of the Board
GREATER MIAMI SECTION
National Council
Of Jewish Women
Extends Best Wishes for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
A Happy and Healthy New Year
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER
7800 Hispanola Avenue
(Off 79th St. Causeway)
861-4005
Rabbi Marvin Rose Cantor Murray Yavneh
LSShana
Tova Tikatevu
Our warmest greetings with Hopes for Peace
and Brotherhood among
All People and Nations ...
and Let's Make Brotherhood
Our Pledge for 5741
From the Officers and
Board of Directors
OF THE
Jewish Community
Centers of
South Florida
Muriel Russell, President
LSHANAH TOVA
MOLLIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 N.Miami Beach Blvd. North Miami Beach
Mrs. George (Pearl) Edelson, President
The Beth David
Congregation
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Extends Best Wishes for
A Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
To Its Members and to
The Entire Jewish Community
We pray that 5741 will bring peace
to all mankind
TEMPLE BETH TOV
6438 SW Eighth St.
Rabbi Nathan Bryn
Reuben O. Lederman, Temple Pres.
Ruth Burman, Sisterhood Pres.
Baal Shacharis, Harold Klein; Baal Kriah, Sam Lux;
Baal T'kiah, Morris Harris
Cuban Hebrew
Congregation
1700 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach
A Happy New Year
To The
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Fnday. Sept*mbwT]
600 Students at Hillel Day School
The Semuel Scheck Hilkl
Community Day School has
begun its I lth year, marked by
its h*g*^ enrollment with
approximately 600 students, said
Michael Scheck. school president
school serves families from
all of North Dade. Miami Lakes
and all areas north to Coral
Springs For the first time. Hillel
will initiate a tenth grade class to
meet the needs of the community
This will include a first year high
school curriculum and ap-
propriate staffing with specialists
in aD areas of studv. said Scheck
Construction has begun on a
two-story addition, wruch will
include 18 new classrooms and a
multi-purpose chapel and
meeting rooms, to be completed
dunng this school year
Janet Reno Addresses Sisterhood
State Atty Janet Reno will be
the guest speaker at the first
meeting of the new year of the
Temple Judea Sisterhood
Wednesday. Sept IT. at 7 p.m.
Ms. Reno wfll be introduced by
Gerald Kogan
Co-chairpersons for the
evenina* are Rosetta Bierman and
^.--erhood president Laurel
Shapiro Program chairperson is
Ernestine rtichman Also on the
committee are Fran Hesser. Carol
Goldenblank and Man- Ellen
Peyton.
The meeting is open to the
public at no admission charge
and will be held at the temple
social hall. Coral Gables
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Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m.
Late services for the entire family
throughout the summer
Saturday morning service at 8:30
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Or. Baumgard
S. Miami 667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Stuart G. Weinblatt. Associate Rabbi
Morton Hoffman. Associate Rabbi
Family Service
Friday, Sept. 12,8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt will speak on
"Growing Old in America:
Going in Style?'
Torah Service Saturday
all 1:15 a.m.
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Morton Malavsky of
Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood, will appear on the
"Jewish Worship Hour" on
Channel 10 Sunday. Sept. 14. at 6
a.m.
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Candlelighting
Time
7:11 |
2Tishrei5741 I
BETH DAVID
Conservative
Miami's Historic
Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 854-3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538-2503|
Shabbat Shuvah. morning service 9
a.m. Sermon 10:30 a.m. in main sane
tuary of the temple. High Holy Day
Services in Theatre ol the Performing
Arts Kol Nidre. Friday evening 7:15
p.m. Yom Kippur Saturday morning
9:30 a.m. Yizkor Memorial Service at
noon. Dr. Irving Lehrman will preach.
Happy New Year!
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 NE. 19th Street. Miami. 573-5900
9990 North Kendall Drive. 5955055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein
Administrator Raymond Chait
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m.
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables
Reform
667-5657
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 858-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon for Yahrzeiten
Daily 7:45 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Saturday Service 8:45 a.m.
Membership Available
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538-7231
Cantor David Conviser Liberal
Sabbath Services, Frt., 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services, 10:45 a.m.
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A Llpschrtz, Rabbi
Cantor ZveeAronl i
Michael B. Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables and
the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Friday Services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday Services at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Drive
Conservative
271-2311
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi So'omon Schiff
Executive Vice President
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone:576-4000
Rabbinical Association Office
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Ben Dlckson, Cantor
Mlnyan 7 a.m. Mon. and Thura.
Friday, Sept 19, 6:45 pjiu, Kol Nidre
Service*, Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, "Is
Survival Our Answer or- Revival Our
Choicer Saturday, Sept. 20, 9 a.m,
Yom Kippur Day Ytokor. Or. Norman
N. Shapiro speaks "Not Enough."
Cantor Ben Dlckson chants the
liturgy. Choir Avron Smolensky,
Music Director. 10 a.m. USY Services
Youth Center. 11 a.m., Children's Ser-
vice* Tattler Chapel.
Teddi Robbins
Heads Group
Teddi Robbins was installed
as president of the Lorber
Chapter of the National Jewish
Hospital-National Asthma
Center. Denver. Colo for the
year of 1980--:
She has been a member of
Lorber for 11 years and has held
many jobs, including fund raising
and other offices
The Lorber Chapter of NJH-
NAC will meet Sept. 16. at 9:30
a.m. at the Kings Creek Country-
Club. Miami
The program is to include the
conference report Theme: One
Phis One for -1
National Jewish Hospital-
National Asthma Center an-
nounces it :s doing research in
rheumatoid arthritis and lupus
disease
Torah Hadassah
On Monday, Sept. 22, at noon
at Temple Zamora. Coral Gables,
the first fall meeting of the Torah
Chapter of Hadassah will take
place. Lunch is to be served.
Renee B rod sky is to be installing
officer of the Torah slate, headed
by president. Rose Lauretz. Olga
Issenberg. program vice presi-
dent, is in charge of the program. .
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah
Vayelekh
VAYELEKH Moses said to the Children of Israel
' I am 120 years old this day. I can no longer move ar.
and the Lord has told me. You shall not cross over this Jorrf-
Be strong and of good courage, fear not: for the Lordyof?l
goes with you He will not fail you. nor forsake you
Then Moses called Joshua, and said to him before all Inj
"Be strong and of good courage, for you shall go : rth *r^H
people into the land which the Lord promised the:.- forefather
and you shall cause them to inherit it The Lord <*
will be with you Do not fear, nor be dismayed
And Moses wrote the Law the Torah and gave tnI
the priests, the sons of Levi who carried the Holy Ark. and to I
the elders of Israel. '"\
Then Moses commanded them: "At the end of even sevsi
years, during Sukkot. you shall read aloud the Torah before a]
Israel." J
When Moses finished writing the Torah. he ordered tat!
Levites to place it beside the Ark of the Covenant of the Lord
and to assemble all the elders and the officers, that he might
speak to them. I Deuteronomy 31:130/
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(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is eitrac'ed ang tusw
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage edited o, P WMIaZ
Tsamir. IIS, published by ShengoKJ The volume is available at 7} Vujiom
Lane. New York, N V 10031. Joseph Schlang is president of tne socid
distributing the volume I
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The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami ex-
presses its fervent prayer for a healthy, happy and good
new year to the entire community. May 5741 be filled
with life, justice, truth, brotherhood and peace for all
mankind.
"To love Cod truly one must first love man. And if
anyone tells you that he loves Cod and does not love his
fellowman you will know that he is uttering a falsehood.
(Hasidicsaying)
Rabbi
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Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz
Herbert M. Baumgard
David Berent
Maxwell Berger
Lewis EBogage
Jonah E.Caolan
Julian i.cook
EmanuelEisenderg
Michael B. Eisenstat
Edwin Farber
Simcha Freedman
SeymourFnedman
Robert P. Frazm
BrettColdstein
Jacobs. Green
Jeromes. Curland
Sheldon j.Harr
Morton Hoffman
Samuel Z.jaffe
Harry jolt
Ralph P. Kingsley
Carl Klein
Maurice Klein
MarkKram
Leon Kronish
Eugene Labovitz
Phillip A. Labowitz
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Rabbi Max Lipschitz
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Ephraim F. Mandeicorn
Rabbi Meir Matzhah Melamed
Rabbi Allan Mirvis
RabbiSadiNahmias
Rabbi Jacob i. Nisiick
Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Rabbi David Raab
Rabbi Harold Richter
RabbiBenA.Romer
Rabbi Marvin Rose
Rabbi David B. Saltzman
Rabbi EmanuelSchenk
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Rabbi Norman H. Shapiro
Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter
Rabbi Bernard Silver
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
Rabbi Solomon h. waidenberg
Rabbi Stuart weinblatt
Rabbi Leonard S.zoll
Rabbi Nathan zwitman
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
Rabbi simcha Freedmai i
President
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone: 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon schiff
Executive vice President


sy, September 12,1980
*JeUt fhrkfiar
Page! 3-B
,blic Notices |
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
LoTICE IS HERKBY
fcrEN mat the undersigned,
airing to engage In business
ler the fictitious name of
Ik surety service.
[u- i) 1441 NWN. River Dr.,
mi 33125, Intends to
Hsler said name with the
rk of the Circuit Court of
.County. Florida.
Ralph C Starnes
L, Aug. 29;
Sept 5. 12, 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
hcTITIOUS NAME LAW
YrlCE IS HEREBY
EN that the undersigned,
nit to engage In business
Ei the fictitious name of
Than Mugs at 3401 Main
Lway. Coconut Grove, Fla.
intends to register said
with the Clerk of the
nit Court of Dade County,
ida
kelne Wayne, President
Custom Ceramics, Inc.
Aug. 29;
Sept. S, 12, 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
Fictitious name law
loTICE IS HEREBY
|KN that the undersigned,
ring to engage tn business
er the fictitious name
[LB BOUTIQUE at 230
Rd.. Carlbe Mall.
nl Beach. Fla. 33139, In-
to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade County, Florida.
Wholesale Unlimited
Kishore Gangwanl
|6 Aug. 22. 29;
Sept. S. 12. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
3TICE IS HEREBY
EN thai the undersigned,
: to engage In business
the fictitious name
Ill.E at 230 Lincoln Rd..
be Mall. Miami Beach.
33139. Intends to register
I name with the Clerk of the
kuit Court of Dade County.
Vlila
('hand. Inc.
Chandra Harjanl
Aug. 22. 29;
_______Sept 5. 12, I960
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
IRCUIT IN AND FOR
|1DE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-12247 FC
IE The marriage of
TIAS RIVAS
titioner Wife
HEDOJ. RIVAS
kspondent Husband
ALFREDO J. RIVAS
|4036 Old Dixie
Highway
fountain View, GA. 30070
riCE OF PUBLICATION
ARE HEREBY NOTI-
that a Petition For Dls-
|ion Of Marriage has been
against you and you are
red to serve a copy of
Answer or Pleading to
petition on peUUoner's
ley. GEORGE T. RA
ESQ., Suite 711, BIs-
Bldg.. 19 West Flagler
Miami. Florida 33130.
lie the Original Answer or
fling in the Office of the-
|il Court Clerk, on or
t 28 day of Sept., 19811 If
ill to do so. judgment bv
" will be taken against
Jr the relief demanded in
elition.
it l\H ORDERED at
i lade County, Florida
5'h day ol August, I960
t'HARD V BR1NKER
Ciri on Court Clerk
1 itk I 'ountj. Florida
Bj \ D Wade
i K put) 'lerk
Auk 22, 29
- iwvt. w.-U-UBU
THECIRCUn COURTOF
EELEVENTH JUDICIAL
riRCUITIN ANOFOR
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 13190
of
I
L I MARS
lenl Husband
lanM M
I '
I
t TION
NOT1
For
II M ... has
ll-'. J u and you
a copy of
or Pleading to
petition on Petitioner's
mey, GEORGE T RA
M ESQ. Suite 711, BIs-
he Building, 18 Waal Flag-
Itreel Miami, Fiorida33i30
irlgtna knsweror
"Ming m the omce of the
' url i' ark, on or
lay of October. 1980.
| ntby
unst
rellel demanded in
.it
i 'Ida.
I
I ult Court Clerk
[ lunty, Florida
lewett
' 'lerk
12, Ik. 26;
Oct. 3. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 4735
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Samuel Lehrman
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 NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Samuel Lehr-
man. deceased. File Number
80 8735. is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Room 307.
Miami, Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate Is Miriam Lehrman.
whose address is 1075 Miami
Garden Drive. N. Miami
Beach. Florida 33179. The
name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate
.ire required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they
may have. Each claim must be
in writing and must indicate
the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet
due. the date when It will
become due shall be stated. If
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or juris-
diction 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. 5.1980.
Miriam Lehrman
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Samuel lehrman
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Alice K. Nelson
518 Tampa Street
Tampa. Florida 33802
Telephone: 813-228-2030
09602 Sept. 5. 12.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names of
Fine Knits. Inc., d b a Trl
COt D'anjou France, at 7655
Weal 2nd Court. Hlaleah, Fla .
Intend to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ut I lade County, Florida.
Larrj Felnslnger, Owner
Martin Felnslnger, Owner
09147 AuK 29;
Sepl 12, 19 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO CE IS HERKBY
GIVEN that the undei -..
I,. || imj in business
" under the fl< tltlous name ol
FONTASI \ al 16400 \\\ 15th
Avenue M in Fla 33169
intends to register said name
with the Clerk ol the CIri ull
Court of Ii ity Kloi Ida
\\ nelder, Inc
,\ President
Vug 22, 29;
180
PRIVAT r OUNDATION
REPORT
rti< an orl of the
ink and
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Inc Filed under
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for public
-insp. ctlon a prli ipai ei
flee Street Miami
Beach, Floi Ida 83141, for m
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citizen upon request within 180
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publlcatl i
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Prill iger
1'.', 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-12392 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
ANNETTE LOPRESTI
Petitioner
and
CHARLES LOPRESTI
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:CHARLES LOPRESTI
Residence unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on B H BRODY, ESQ.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 801 NE 167 St.,
N MB.. FLA 33162. on or
before Oct. 3. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Petitioner 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 Aug. 19,
1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
09132 Aug. 22.29;
Sept 5. 12. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-11437 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The marriage of:
BETST MAY NEMBHARD
Petitioner-Wife
and
WILFRED CHURCHILL
NEMBHARD
Respondent-Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. WILFRED CHUR
CHILL NEMBHARD. L / K / R
354 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Fla.. are hereby noti-
fied to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For Dis-
solution of Marriage uled
against you. upon Wife's attor-
ney, GEORGE NICHOLAS.
EStjUIRE, 612 NW 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136.
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before
October 10. 1980; otherwise the
Petition will be confessed by
you.
DATED this 28 day of
August. 1980.
Richard P. Blinker. Clerk
By V. Barkley
Deputy Clerk
09154 Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26. 1980
I
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fictitious name law
noticf i ieri by
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, \ i V
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name WlUl the clerk ol
i unt)
Flor
. i* Iler
99169 12.19.26.
Oct. 3, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 13254
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
GARY V. TOBY
Petitioner Husband
and
LAVERN TOBY
Respondent Wife
TO: LAVERN TOBY
1001 Nona Street
Leesville,
Louisiana 71446
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 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 JAMESC BURKE, aftor
nej for Petitioner, whose
addreaa la n West Flagler
Street. Ste. 2424. Miami
Florida 33180, and file the
original with the clerk ol the
. styled court on or kx
i ., tober 10, 1980; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you foi the relief demanded In
. omplalnt orpetltlon
. notice shall be published
onci eai h week for lour con
weeks In the JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
\\; rNESS my hand and the
ild court at Miami
I this I das Ol Sep
....
KICHARDP BRINKER
, Cui'uitt","" I
i untj Florida
, i Mi CARTHY
. puty Clerk

Street
etitloner
Sepl 12
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
. n that the underalgi
in bu
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lion at 210 8
Miami. Florida
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INTHECIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 11TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION 03
PROBATE NO. 80-4898
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE OF
IRVING WINER.
I leceased
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
II.AIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad-
ministration of the Estate of
IRVING WINER, deceased.
File Number80-6898. Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
C ountv. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. The personal
representative of the estate is
BERNARD M WINER, whose
address is 6601 SW 9th Street.
Pembroke Pines. Florida
.13021. 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 PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state-
ment of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must
Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address
of the creditor or his agent or
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
challenge the validity of the
decedent's will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATE of the first publication
of this Notice ol
Administration: Sept 5. 1980
BERNARDM WINER.
As Personal
Representative of the
Estate of
IRVING WINER.
Deceased.
ROBERTH BURNS
2301 Collins Avenue.
Suite M-8
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
538-4421 (Dade)
920-2005 iBroward)
09152 Sept. 5, 12. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80-12897 FC
(FAMILY DIVISION)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1\ RE The marriage ol
CARLOS A WORM \N
Huaband
and
ELENAC WURMAN
Wife
' TO ELENAC WORM \n
1072 Eamei aldo
Noveno Plao
tpartamento B"
Urea, fcrgenttna
Vi il ARE HEREBY N
that .-' '
utlon "t Marriage
igalnst you u
lulred to sen a 'P5 '''
itten defenae it u
.BERT I. CA
p i ,- rnej foi
I u
\s\ rtn Sire
3128, a no fill the
. with the clerk
abo\ styled i ourl on or before
' October ll
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complain! or petition
This notice shall be published
each week for tour con
iveeka In the
H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
.. | ,,i iald court al Miami.
....... this 28 da} of
BR1NI
Jlt<
Br
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.i sv street
tloi r
Sepl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 80 12477FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
N RE: The marriage of
LINDA A DRYDEN,
Petitioner Wife
ind
MICHAELT. DRYDEN.
Respondent Husband.
IX) MICHAELT DRYDEN
Personnel Control
Facilities
"Army Prison"
Fort Knox.
Kentucky 40121
VOll ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
I lisaolutlon of Marriage has
heen filed against you and you
, ,u e required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any.
to it on ARTHUR H I.IPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 216. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct.
3. 1980: 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
I seal of said court at Miami.
, Florida on this 20 day of Aug
1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. ERICE
As Depty Clerk
09136 Aug. 29;
Sept. 5. 12. 19. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-12771 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
ALFREDO 1.
CUADRAS, JR
Petitioner-Husband
and
MARIA JESUS CUADRAS
Respondent-Wife
TO YOU. MARIA JESUS
CUADRAS. whose residence Is
444 W Roosevelt Boulevard,
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
19120. are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you on
Petitioners Attorney, at Legal
Services of Greater Miami.
Inc., Senior Citizens Law
Center. 420 Lincoln Road, Suite
443. Miami Beach. Florida
33139. and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court on or
before the 3rd day of October.
1980. otherwise a Default will
be entered against you
DATED this 26 day
August. 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk
By Willie Bradahaw Jr.
Deputy Clerk
09151 Aug. 29;
Sept 5. 12. 19. 1980
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80 12399 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
JAMESSHAFER
Petitioner Husband
and
AUDREYSHAFER
Respondent wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO AUDREY SHAFER
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has heen filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
tO ll on H H BRODY. ESQ
attorney (or Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 NE 167 St..
N MB.. Fla. 33162. on or
before Oct. 3. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
comalalnt or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Aug 19.
1980
Richard P Bnnker
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
. 09129 Aug 22. 29;
Sept 5.12.1980
Of
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
. Civil Action No. 80 12717 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The marriage of
RON VLD RIEN
Petitioner Huaband
and
FLORENCE RIEN
Respondent Wife
TO FLORENCE RIEN
C 0 MRS SOPHIE
KAI I M \N
SI ZOR ci.TE
MONTREAL PW
CANADA H3M 2HB
YOl VRE HEREBY NO
r i r.i i tnai an action lor
itlullon ol Marriagi
been
.hi requli d lo ser\ i .
an)
BELLER,

121 I IN<
..- MIAMI
i nil
, ..il with the clerk ol
ii,, d court on or
before Oi I 3, 1980; otherwiae
be entered against
, iel Ii manded In
omplalnt or petition
Tin.- notice shall be
published once each week for
Foui onsecutlve weeks In THE
IRID1 \ N
WITNESS my hand and the
said i ourl al Miami.
is
\i:n P B
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i mty, Floi ida
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.
Mian
Sept .. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80-642S
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
TESS1EE SAUNDERS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of TESSIE E SAUN-
DERS. deceased, File Number
80-9428, Is pending In the
cue uit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE:
111 all claims against the
estate and 131 any objection by
an interested person to whom
notice was mailed that chal-
lenges the validity of the will.
the qualifications of the per-
sonal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER HARKED
Publication of this Notice
has begun on August 22. 1980.
Personal Representatives:
Doris Sanduers
291 Bal Bay Drive
Hal Harbour. Florida 33154
Horace Saunders
291 Bal Bay Drive
Bal Harbour. Florida 33154
CYPEN & NEVINS
Attorneys for Personal
Representatives
By Michael A Dribin
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 140
Telephone: 305 532-4721
MU1-M Aug 22,29;
Sept. 5, 12, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80-12394 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption ol
., ir [no! i hlld
11s
WILLIE I \MI\- il VRRIS
Petltl
NOTICE hi- v: >N
NORMAN Vi til
RES1IIENCE l NKNI >W N
YOl IRE NOTIFIED that
an a< llor
minor has bei :, filed and
..! ve a i opj ol
youi jecllon, II any.
on BRI W BRODY, ESJ
attornej lor t'etllionei.
IS SO! NK 167 St .
\ V w I. _
i i, 1980 and file the
Petltl Immed

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[ this i
ard i Brlnkei
V i '
Bj Clarinda Bi
\ .. put) Clerk
09130 Aug
Sepl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO IO-125M FC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MALRICIO A
DL'RANDAL
Petitioner Husband
and
MARGARITA NLNEZ
Respondent Wife.
TO MRS MARGARITA
NUNEZ de DURANDAL
Alameda B OHlggns
No. 1540
Santiago, CHILE
ORDER OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HERBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition For
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioners
attorney. GEORGE T.
RAMANI. ESQ Suite 711.
Biscayne Bldg. 10 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130. and file the Original
Answer or Pleading in the
Office ol the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 3rd day of
October, 19*) If yuu fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida.
this 30 day of August. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
BY C P COf'EI.AND
Depty Clerk
0913* Aug. 29;
Sept 15. 12. 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL
HEALTH CLINIC OK MIAMI
BEACH at 4017 4021 Prairie
Ave Miami Beach. Florida
33140. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
IZAAK RAMOS
ENTERPRISES. INC.
Peter T. Izaak. President
Attorneys for
ISAAK RAMOS
ENTERPRISES. INC.
RUSSELL W GALBUT. ESQ
999 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
09148 Aug. 23,
Sept. 8. 12. 19, 1980
lPublic Notices!
NOTICE OF ACTION |
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
nm JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO $-l2! FC I
IN RE THE MARRLAGE OF I
MARY 3 LaRODA
!-..\ '.-..-*-.;?
ULCJ LaRODA
ipondem Husband
NOTICE FOR
SOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IL G Lap.
Rar.f..riy Circus
Bex I -"
riaepui I NP
fit ha me $
YOU ARE HEREBY
SOTCFIED that a r*___- ;.-
-..'.._- Ma.T-.afe
baa beer, filed and commenced
'---'. Bad .. -t. are
reqilreil la *.-.- -.-..py of
- .'.-- -.-:-r .'. tan
3E.S E5SEN
ESQL'IRE Attorney, for
:--"----- a-aMM address j
":" P-.rce De Leon BjTd ItiilU
-.. 'iax.es Florida
.:.'* .' -. ..* .-* -. .-.g-_-_i -
DM dart :'. _- above >
'jr. or befcre Oc: 3rd
-*<'- otherwise a Defa-.- -
- ---. j *--. row for tne
re*f prayed for m the Com
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sea. at _-. a-d Cos..-. *-.
v'-~ r --.-.da 'jr. thj 2f. -.
jt.K^.t: :wc
HARDP BP.LNKER
Al Clerk C.rcuit Court
Dade County FtondA
S A BARNEP.
As Deputy Cierk
BEN ESSEN ESQ.
TiTPonce De Leon Blvd
Suite 204
Coral Gables FL 33134
443-5235
Attorney for Petitioner
09137 Aug 29
Sept 5. 12 19 1960
"MniirrxrKmyn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Ne $-i2i$*
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage ol |
;'J=ETTE SCHLAGETTER f
Petitioner wMs \
v I
EN 5CHLAGETTER ,
Respondent Husband
TO STEVEN 5CHLAGE7!
TEP.
i.: Kr.-.z h...
E Cotumbua Ohio 428S
STEVEN SCHLA
GETTER are hereby noo
' ad to 0$a your ana'wer to
'. for LAsaohjnoc of
Marrsejje -..- the Clerk of the
-~- i"- -* a copy to Pe-
titioners a v..: .. DANIEL
SAL1XT 2355 Saixedo Street
Cor*: Gables F oc or before September 3*.
:MD eise Petition anil be taken
as tors'eased
T-.i;c-i. sfAonat :ao
PJCHAPX P BRINKER
C.ers Or .
By N A He we a 4
Deputy Clerk
-. .( Auf 22. 29 j
5 12 :980 *
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No $0-1 mi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
ARISTEDES BELEN
Petitioner
and
MIRIAM BELEN
Respondent
YOL MIRIAM BELEN 1039
16 Ave Newark. New Jersey
07106. ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED TO FILE your written
response to this action for dis-
solution of marriage, with the
Clerk of the above Court, and
serve a copy upon Petitioner's
Attorneys SAUL T VON
ZAMFT and SAMUEL E.
SMITH. 1320 S Dixie Highway.
Suite 830. Coral Gables
Florida 33148. on or before the
28 day of Sept 1980. else the
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage will be taken as
confessed
DATED Aug 15 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
By M Knee
Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal,
09117 Aug 22. 29.
Sept 5. 12. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Acttea Na $t-1N2t FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
N ADIA TAMA RA CO LS
Pe-_tx>ner
and
RAF AE L RAMON COLS
Respondent
TO RAFAEL RAMON COLS
Caiie2
EdificioBETA
PiaolS Apto 13 B
LA URBINA
CARACAS I Venezuela I
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED tnat a Petition for Dis-
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses if any. to it. on CAR-
LOS M MENDEZ Esq Attor
ney for Petitioner, whose
address is 2986 W 4th Avenue
HJALEAH Florida 33012 and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
Oct 10. 1980 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
sea. of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 29 day of
August. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByS A Bamer
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mender Esq
2985 W 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Flonda 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
09158 Sept 5. 12. 19.26. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE UTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 10-12240 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
ANDREA VERONICA
' BOWLEG
Petitioner Wife
and
BARTHOLOMEN BOWLEG
Respondent-Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. BARTHOLOMEN
BOWLEG L K A Gambe
Drive. Freeport, Bahamas
are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the
Petition For Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you.
upon Wife's attorney 4
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES-
QUIRE. 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before September
26, 1980; otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you.
DATED this 15 day of
August. 1980.
Richard P Brinker. Clerk
By M Erlce
Deputy Clerk
09118 Aug. 22. 29;
Sept. 5. 12. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
MEXIFOOD DISTRIBUTOR
INC at 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Robert F. Luque.
President
Concepcion Luque,
Secretary
09139 Aug. 29;
Sept. 5, 12. 19, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. I0-122SI FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE. The marriage of
-VILLARCE DESINOR
Petitioner Husband
and
DESILIA D DESINOR
Respondent Wife
TO
DESILIA D DESINOR
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN I
NOITCE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a "etltion For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney. GEORGE T. RA-
MANI. ESQ Suite 711, His
cayne Bldg.. 19 West Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33130.
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading in the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 26 day of Sept.. 1980. If
you fall to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in
said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami, Dade County, Florida,
this 15th day of August. 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
By A D. Wade
Deputy Clerk
09121 Aug 22.29;
Sept. 5, 12, i960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number $0 MM
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
ARTHUR H. STERN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of ARTHUR H STERN.
deceased. File Number 80-6814.
is pending in the Circuit Court
for DADE County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Room 307. Miami.
Florida 33130 The names and
rJV addresses of the personal rep-
' resentatlve and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUMLKATION
OF THIS NOTICF 1 al!
claims against the estate and
21 any objection by an in-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue. or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVERBARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Sept 5. I960
Personal Representative
H DENNY SCHWEIGER
325 NE 122 Street
North Miami. Florida 33161
Attorney for Personal
Representative
MARTIN D KAH.N
MARTIN D KAHN.PA
.35 NE 125 Street
Suite 100
North Miami. FL 33161
Telephone i 305 i 893-0620
l159 Sept. 5. 12. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. $0' 215C FC
IN RE The marriage of
VERONICA CABREJOS
LOZANO
Petitioner
and
RAUL FELIPE
LOZANO
Respondent
TO RAUL FELIPE
LOZANO
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been .'lied
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to It on GARY B SACK. ESQ .
attorney for Petitioner whose
address u Tower III 17th
Floor 625 South Bay shore
Drive. Miami. Florida 33131.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above-styled court
on or before September 26.
1980. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida, this 14 day of August
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByC P Cope land
Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal.
Gary B Sack Esquire
Tower III 17th Floor
625 South Bay shore Drive
Miami Florida 33131
Phone 371 4544
Attorney for Petitioner
09115 Aug 22. 29
Sept 5. 12. 1980
Fririav Sunfamhw S IUKII
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names l
Country Creek Estates. (2j
Estates of Country Creek. i3i
Country Creek Manor. ()
Village of Country Creek. i5i
Country Run. (6i Country
Creek Homes at IX South Dixie
Highway No 3H. Coral
Gables Flonda 33146. intends
to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Jack H Levlne
JohnF Kuhn. Sr
ERICB TURETSKY ESQ
Attorney for Jack H Levlne
* John F Kuhn. Sr
100 N Blscayne Boulevard.
Suite 1200
Miami. Florida 33132
09161 Sept 5.12.
19.26. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Notary Public Academy, at
1152 NW 34 Ave Miami. Fla
33125 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County-
Florida
Antonio Vasano.
Owner
09141 Aug 29;
Sept 5. 12. 19. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-1224$ FC
IN RE The marriage of
GABRIEL F MONTES
Petitioner Husband
vs.
LOUISE J MONTES
Respondent Wife
TO LOUISE J MONTES
3 Stocketon St.
Dorchester. Ma
^Ti06 OF PUBLICATION
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a PetiUone For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
"led against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioners
Attorney. GEORGE T
RAMANI. ESQ.. Suite 711. BIs^
cayne Bldg., 19 West Flagler
' Miami. Florida 33*30
Street,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Case No. m- 12004
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
FORECLOSURE
HOMEOWNERS
FINANACIAL
SERVICES OF
FLORIDA. INC and
WELLS FARGO
CREDIT CORP.,
Plaintiffs,
vs-
LOUIS RODRIQUEZ and
ELIANA RODRIQUEZ
his wife.
Defendants
TO LOUIS RODRIQUEZ
and
ELIANA RODRIQUEZ.
his wife,
7101 SW 130th Street
Miami. Flonda 33156
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action has been
commenced to foreclose a
mortgage on the following real
property, lying and being
situate in Dade County.
Flonda. more particularly
desenbed as follows
Lot 6. Block 2. COUNTRY
SQUIRE MANOR. SEC
TION ONE.-according to
the Plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 72. at
Page 44 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
more commonly known as 7101
Southwest 130th Street. Miami
Flonda
This action has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a* copy of
your wntten defense, if any to
it on LAWRENCE M SHOOT
Attorney, whose address is
3000 Biscayne Boulevard. Suite
SIS, .Miami. Florida 33137. on
or before Sept 26 1980 and file
the onginai with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiffs attorney or im
mediately thereafter; other
wise default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand seal
Ulll Court on this n day
August. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Flortda
By M. Erlce
As Deputy Clerk
Lawrence M Shoot
Attorney at Law
Suite 315
3000 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Flonda 33137
Attorney for Plaintiff
09112 Aug. 22. 29,
Sept. 5, 12, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDISIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. $0 12215 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
NORMAN J FOURNIER
Petitioner Husband
MICHELLE ANN
FOURNIER
Respondent Wife
TO MICHELLE ANN
FOURNIER
97 Beltran Street
Maiden
Massachusetts 02148
YOU MICHELLE ANN
FOURNIER are hereby noti
fled to file your answer to this
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage with the Clerk of the
Court and mail a copy to
Petitioner's Attorney DANIEL
GALLUP. 2355 Salzedo Street
Coral Gables Florida 33134
on or before September 26
1980. eise Petition will be taken
as confessed
This 15 day of August, 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By V A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
09123 Aug 22. 29,
____.___ Sept 5. 12. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS. HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
UNIVERSITY MINT at 16400
NW' 15 Avenue Miami. Fla..
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Flortda
W llliam Schneider. Inc
Jack W Reiff. President
09157 Sept 5. 12. 19, 26. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT C0u,.
CIRCUIT I NANhtV
osor: *0'
Petitioner
and
JUAN HANI :;;^
GARCIA
res:: en MnJ
fie'i M
Dlssolu-.. ...... -'' r
beer. DM _-* Sj
are raquin **!
yourAns- .'*fl*
Petition /*--*^lJ
Petitioner A (, *
Donald Katei -
Avenue ..". **$
***<* f y**"
to file the .-. ba, '*
Pleading
Clerk of ..-.
before -.r,.
1980.
Judgmer.'.
again d
DAT-
Count) .-
rich a:.: :- BRPiioa
C-. ..-.Court
'
LAW OFFICES OF
ROBERT
2301 C
Suite M
Miami Bea :- L i31
Tel 5. 1421
93- vardi
By Terr; Bu rta ler
For the r
09142
I-
irb.
-; !
2 111
SRVlCll
over
11.

a$
jfc
of
ol
arid file the Original Answer or
I leading in the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 26 day of Sept.. 1980 If
you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in
said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
ft fTiVh^"" .Counly Florlda
this 15th day of August lBRn
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
By A. D Wade
Deputy Clerk
09119 Aug. 22. 29;
.________________-s"Pt 3, 12. 1980
name
t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
u"d.er 'n* fictitious m
INCOME INNOVATORS
693 NE 79th St Causeway.
Miami, Fla. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
GaryBrndoeky.
owner
Sept 5. 12.
19 26.1980.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80-12393 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In r<- the marriage of
GENE\A ANDERSON
Petitioner
and
RICHARD ANDERSON
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO RICHARD ANDERSON
IU den. unknown
Y'>> ARE NOTIFIED that
oil art ion (or dissolution of
i.i*e has been filed
it you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to it on B H BRODY ESQ
attorney for Petitioner whose
add res.- ,.- mi; N(-. ik; St .
N M B FLA. 33162. on or
before Oct 3. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
. ourt either before service on
Petitioner 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 Aug. 19.
1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
09131 Aug. 22. 29;
Sept 5. 12. 1980
NOTICE OF ACT
CONSTRUCTIVE SE
(NO PROPERTY!
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT* I
THE ELEVENTH JU0ICI1.
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,III
ANO P0R
DADE COUNTY.FL
Civil Act.on So $011W
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTIft
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Thl
between
IVONNi
OHKI
Petitioner A :r
and
JOSEOBRE
Raapondenl Husband
TO JO8EOBREG0M
Adc- :7i
Reside-'. runoun
VCH A:.-- REB1 \
FIED action
Dissolution
been filed a|
are require -. rve 1 cosy
your unlit: -.sei. if any
it on Rob. attoi
for PetiUoi i dddrta
2301 Colllni \. Sum Mil
Miami Bea -.da mil
and file U
clerk of the at), .e styled CM
on or before Ol I 10. IM
otherw lac lit wll
entered against >ou (or
relief denial '.fie con!
plaint or petition
This noti. -:..-. M publal
once each wf-K for four
se c u 11 v e week! in 1
JEWISH FL' .'. XN
WITNES -
seal of said i rl tl Mas]
Flonda or. thli -* da>
August. 1980
RICHAR! BRINKS*
AsClerk Clr< ..lCourt
Dad.- Corn .. Kionds
Bj v t
\-: :
l Circuit Court -
LAW OFFICES F
Rl "BERTH HI RNS
2301 Colllni \
Suite M -
Miami Bea. I
Attome]
Tel I -
920-2006.1
ROBERTH B
091.VI S.| '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE ;KREBJ
(;i\en thai I
l.-s.:: v., I
under th< .
ABC1 "R al -S st"*l
Suite lit V '
intends to -..;d Ml
with the Clerk of the Orn*|
Court of 1 lade Count) Fiorios
Associated Bu
Co-Ordinalui-
SmJth. Mandler Smiui
Wemer. JacobowiU
- Fried, P A
Attorney for
Applicant
09140 AW*',
Sept 5.12.11.1* I
jaci
itei
09133
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
t.IVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Mem
Judalca al 8250 SW 53 Avenue
Miami, Flortda 33143 Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florlda
Miriam Menschel Cohen
"" Aug. 29;
Sept. 5, 12. 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME: LA*
NOTICE IS HE.,!I
GIVEN that the undersirl
desiring to engage in Dusw-I
under the fictitious nsmi"
GENERAL sri'1'UES.Mjl
Northwest Sth street. "'""-I
Flortda 331W ""fnf
register said rwme *
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Jesus Gutler!"
M. Lester Saal
Attorney for
Jesus Gutierrez
25 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130 .
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L September 12.1980
^Jenisti fkridfari
Pagel5-B
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nij fiditfc ^ipp
i
Greater Miami "season
,' an early appearance. In
literally exploded
,ening at the Lowe
Museum where featured
I || appearance of
,ni(i the world
towing of his latest
silk Bcreens.
\rt.- ol Meth David.
Museum at the
Miami and the
man Gallery
exhibition of
Portraits of Jews
t eniury
\ir- Kdmundl Ansin
ol the event.
eli \ ision coverage
\ So the dress that
I wear was in the
mood. featuring
colored swirls of
, el i>n silk organza.
nc color gradually toned to
|il ended in pink at the
neckline was a

idau Glover was there
i sband. (Dr.) Nathan
|. She's \ ice chairperson of
\rt- ol Beth David. Her
oi 'tu evening was a
|gr>- n silk crepe dress with
i waistline and long
krta I.Mrs. Jerome) Shevin
larwoman for the Warhol
and she chose a
lack silk cjepe cocktail
lit- wide circular skirt was
one side, slightly draped
Light at the waist with red
fing responsibility for the
3n were Norma Jean (Mrs.
|Ober and Arlene (Mrs.
Zakarin. They had an
|ra. bars, trays of fresh
jles and dips, cheeses.
|and trays of white wine
were constantly being
[around. In the center of
ifet table was a chocolate
I of Andy Warhol's face.
fta Jean wore an ice
(jump suit, with a hand-
1 belt in beads and ropes,
[those a black silk crepe
ep V inserts in both front
ack of reembroidered
|y lace.
kitte Simon was busy
the exhibit in an ice
fcen suit. A white raw silk
isemble was the choice of
Turell. She selected a
|blouse as her color accent.
ikarin's silk pants en-
had narrow stripes of
kranberry, lavender, lilac
Igenta. It had elasticized
tig at the ankles and was
with a magenta-colored
tot.
sn and Michael Meyers
residents from New
Her fuchsia-colored
featured small braided
Her slacks were in a
[ color than her top. Judy
rhael M at us were showing
an of Campbell soup that
i arhol had autographed.
vas in a three-piece lilac
Bemble.
fette l-a vni. busy with
|>K in the guests, chose a
silk and softly gathered
Edith and Hillard Gold
among the guests. Her
silk was in a deep
rdy color. Rose Feldman's
noygayshal linen featured
scallops around the
neckline. Naomi (Mrs.
I) Honig's purple silk knit
softly draped skirt. Gert
I Jack) Freeman chose a
white silk crepe.
thy (Mrs. Jonathan)
*y bought her caftan-
fown in Israel. Made from
que Bedouin gown, it had
>te hand-embroidered
set in front, back and
down the sleeves of the black
velvet fabric Frida Miller (Mrs.
Lew) Sternsheim's gown was
made from a silk sari from India
It was in ombre shades of blue
with a touch of lavender and lilac.
President Ol Beth David.
Richard Bailey and his wife*
Diane, were bus) greeting guest!
at all the several exhibition
galleries
Kabhi Sol Laiidnu and his w ife,
(abriella. were among the man)
attending the affair Gabriella's
grey silk chiffon was embroidered
with silver. It had a bateau
neckline and long, full sleeves.
Saw Judy Schild in a figure
molding black silk She was with
her husband. (Dr.I Fred. Spotted
Carole GetZ in a black dress also
with her husband. (Dr. Morton)
I Buddy. Bobbi and (Dr.) Richard
Litt were among the guests. She
made the black angora cardigan
which topped her ivory silk
blouse and silk tweed skirt.
Lillian and Al Beers were ad-
miring the many exhibits Her
modified shirtwaist was in a
cerese colored crepe de chine.
Kuth (Mrs. Julie) Spec tor
chose a multicolored floral print
on white. Sara Kamen lopped her
long red skirl with a black taffeta
blouse which had ruffles around
the neckline and cuffs. U>\erh
Gordon was in a beige-colored
jacket dress ensemble Florence
Badanes wore u black silk with
printed red roses cascading down
the flounced skirt Bobbie I Mrs
Stephen) Berkman Lopped her
black silk harem pants ensemble
with a three-quarter-length
Myrna and Bob Shevin, an-
swering lots of questions about
their recent trip to Kurope and
their Greek Island cruise. Her
silk dress was in fuchsia with
mauve trim. Clarice and Sam
Badanes busy with friends, she in
a tangerine-colored silk knit
Pearl and Wally Lazarus told me
that her black gown was hand
embroidered with gold by the
owner ol the shop on tin Isle ol
Hydra, where they recent Iv
Shopped. Betsy (Mrs. Bobi
Kaplan called her dress
"V\ hisperf It teatured a
watercoloi wash ol blues,
turquoise and lavender on silk
chiffon. Dorothj and Sal Basco
appreciating the an she
sporimg a sculptured necklace
she made worn with her whin
pleated and tiered dre
cutaway jacket
Miami Beach Zionist District
The regular monthlv meeting
ol the Miami Beach Zionist
Districl will be held in the
auditorium of the American
Savings ,\ Loan Building. Alton
& Lincoln Koads. Monday. Sept
15, at 1 p.m.
Julius A.'Levine, who recently
returned from his annual visit to
Israel, will discuss "Is there a
future for Israel'' David S.
Meyer will talk on the
"Significance ol the Days oi
Penitence.".
North Bay Jewish
Center Officers
Albert M. Shulman is the
newly installed president of
North Bay Village Jewish Center,
and Sophia Lee is Sisterhood
president
Other new officers are
Vice President James
Winston, first vice president.
membership chairman: Morris
Schreibman, vic president,
religious chairman Irving
Leighton, vice president finance
chairman. Mitchell Pottei vice
president, budget chair m
Mack (barney. vic president,
house chairman. Libbv llirsch.
vi,-i president, publii relations;
Jesse S Rosenblum, treasurei
Saul N ulneL ecoiding
secretary ; Irving Mandelhaum
financial secretary
Board ol Directors Mon
\\ hit. chairman ing
Ceranka, William Fierstein,
l-idor Geller, Ituiiv Hirsch,
Howard Kandel. Gladys Sable,
Eugene Rosertberg Sam Sevin,
Shmuel Segal, Sam Sheppard
and Philip Schonbergei
Kirnn tutu rnufr
"^And tkey tkall beat their
4word& into plowshare* and tneir ^peart-
into pruningkookt; nation &kall not lift up
tword against nation, neither 6nall tkey
tt
learn war any more.
J^aiak 2, II

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Genesis by Shalom of Safed
Each day is the
birthday of the world
Each day is the
first day of living.
On these High Holy Days,
we renew our faithfulness
to the Jewish people.
oppressed or free,
rich or poor:
**>^jin yaipwife mSu;
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federations Combined Jewish
Appeal/Israel Emergency Fund w
^g-SJf*^ Mlam, noncU 33.37 ^
The dream is within reach.
in the prisons of Siberia.
in the slums of Baghdad.
in the hills of Ethiopia.
in Sao Paulo and Bombay
and Paris,
from Maine to San Diego.
everywhere, always


lemoir of a Community
'fpom OestRuction and Redemption .
By JUDITH MANELIS
I AM HOME now, away from the destruction
fad the redemption. I feel transformed as I knew
[would, but so totally that I find it hard to
similate all that I feel. Fifteen days together in
r small tightly knit group of 18 our Chai
oup Fifteen days of feeling my Jewishness as
ver before. Fifteen days that created a
pseness so meaningful and so profound that the
j-iftness of the separation at Kennedy Airport
ft me shaken.
(My return to my own family, my own home,
L own universe has been painful. I am like an
tronaut reentering the earth's orbit from outer
bit Last night I felt hurt forcibly cut off
a group of individuals who had become my
iiK and my world.
ft is now 4 a.m., and I am sitting in my office
[home trying to sort out all that I have felt
ing these 15 days. Faces, so many faces pass
ore my eyes, faces etched into my mind and
-, iousness.
SEE PINCH AS, caretaker of Warsaw's
i-h cemetery, wiping away a tear as he
ved good-by to our departing group. I see Mr.
lubowicz, president of the Jewish Community
Cracow, with his gentle humor standing in the
no Synagogue of Cracow explaining the
for) of the synagogue and joking easily amid
In ing dead.
see the young Jewish student preparing for
bud's Yiddish theater in a class made up
i>st entirely of Gentiles. How ironic to see
Jews carrying on the decades-old tradition of
Idish theater in Poland because no Jews
fuin to give it life.
see Mr. Krupka of the Jewish Historical
haute of Warsaw standing with dignity amid
ENTRANCE TO AUSCHWITZ. The group passes under the famous archway of Auschwitz
with its ironic quotation in German, 'Arbeit Macht Frei Work Makes Man Free.'
Judith Manelis is director of editorial
services of the United Jewish Appeal.
This article is her moving account of a
visit to Poland as part of a UJA-
sponsored American Jewish Press
Association mission to Eastern Europe
and Israel during the Outgoing
Hebrew Year. It appeared originally in
The Jewish News of Metropolitan New
Jersey.
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}IT TO GEZIA CEMETERY. Pinchas Szenitzer,
member of the Hevra Kadisha (burial society) of
tsaw, and his son care for some 500,000 graves in
\famous Gezia Cemetery of Warsaw. At the end of
^cemetery is a mass grave of thousands of victims
the Warsaw Ghetto.
I feel tRansfORme6'
boxes and boxes of Jewish identity cards and the
records of destroyed Jewish communities
throughout Poland and other lands, speaking
calmly and simply about the research being done
on the Holocaust. Here Jews are attempting to
preserve the memory of Jewish life in Europe
before the Nazi cataclysm.
BUT IT IS another war, a war against time,
for the researchers are middle-aged and old. And
soon there will be no Jew left in Poland to
research and remember.
The building was cold, very cold. I don't know
if it was simply the lack of heat or the emotional
coldness that I felt, the chill of knowing that I
stood in a room surrounded by the remains of
some four million Jews of Poland and
surrounding areas.
I see the face of the man who guided us into
the Warsaw synagogue, the only one remaining
from the 300 synagogues and shtibelackh that
once stood in Warsaw. Was it my imagination or
did the sunken eyes and heavily lined face tell
me the story of his suffering?
And Jewish children I did not see one
Jewish child in Poland.
I WAS ANGRY in Warsaw. I was very angry.
How dare they rebuild that city the buildings
on Twarda and Mila Streets where the Warsaw
Ghetto once stood. How dare they use the names
of Jewish martyrs and writers on their street
signs. How dare they cover over everything so
nicely to make it seem that we never lived there
at all. Give us a monument and a couple of street
signs, and everything will be all right. Snuff out
the lives of over one and a half million Jewish
children and adults, and call it urban renewal.
I jogged in the snows of Warsaw. And as I ran
down the street along the park. I reaffirmed my
own life. I am alive, I thought. I am breathing. I
am running. God damn you Nazis. You didn't
get me although you burned my uncles and
aunts in the synagogues of Lithuania and shot
my cousins to death in the dark pit of Babi Yar.
We took the plane to Cracow. It was funny
getting a ride to the airplane sitting only a few
yards away from the terminal. We all laughed as
we would at many points along the way, at silly,
nonsensical things. We created humor as we
stood on the brink of destruction. And we were
afraid for ourselves amid the horror and stench
of death. But we never spoke of ourselves then.
Only later did some of us express the thought
that it could have been us, our children, our
parents.
CRACOW IS a beautiful city. Yes, let us walk
its streets and visit its landmarks. Let us see the
university that tried so hard to exclude Jews, the
university whose few Jewish students were
tormented and reviled. The city of Cracow was
not destroyed by the Nazis, our guide said. Its
buildings were left intact, its Polish culture
spared. Only a little matter of the Jews, I
thought. They are gone now But the buildings
are there, and Polish culture moves along.
The Jews? Well, we have this museum here,
and this synagogue there preserved for the
tourists and-Jewish visitors. You are welcome to
I was a-ogawrf in Awckwtt* ~
hmgfy, mthedt .ka&mutsd, n*m
death. How very strange U*$&*&&
now to be walking through the
entrance way under the arch and
into the once nightmarish vmM of
Auaekwiz s&mm&y mtpip. of Us
vtMtSi m;iongMa:^rmt.'::
come and see it all, my friends. We welcome you.
You are an ancient people. Add another relic to
your past. Another holy spot to your list of holy
places. Another chapter of Kiddush Ha'Shem to
your history books. You Jews like to study and
remember.
We returned to the bus for the drive to Ausch-
witz and Birkenau. It was snowing. We had
awakened to a white carpet spreading across the
city of Cracow. Pure white virgin snow to cover
the blood of Poland? Impossible.
THE SNOW continued to fall throughout the
day. It gave us no respite as it blew against our
faces, thrashed our bodies, permeated the many
layers of our clothing. Even our bones were
chilled.
On to Auschwitz. We began to notice the
signs, signs that said the word Oswiecim, the
Polish equivalent for the German Auschwitz.
The final destination for the final solution. The
snow fell. The bus labored on. Never a single
thought that the weather might keep us from the
destination that we were heading towards, the
reason for our coming. No words of complaint,
no concern for our own safety. Only the sanctity
of our mission sustained us and the bus pushed
onward through the snow. These were blizzard
conditions and we knew it. It didn't matter.
Another sign. We had arrived. There was a
parking lot. A parking lot? How very modern.
Auschwitz had become a major tourist at-
traction.
THE BUS STOPPED. The license plates
reflected the diversity of tourists who had come
to see and be educated. The driver parked. By
this time a quietness had settled on our Group
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of 18. There was no room for jokes in this God
forsaken place.
We walked into the main reception building.
There was a small restaurant and a souvenir
shop with postcards and mementos. Of Ausch-
witz0
We walked down a long hall and saw a
sculpture. It was frightening A human form
impaled on a swastika, its body broken and
tormented.
We walked toward the camp itself. Looking up
I saw a familiar scene the barbed wire fence
the watch tower, the railroad tracks and the
saying over the entrance way. Arbeit Sfacht Frei
I Work Makes Man Free"i. Why was everything
so familiar to me? Had I been here before? Only
in books and movies and nightmares. But the
scene was always the same.
I WAS TRAPPED in Auschwitz hungry,
naked, half-crazed near death. How very strange
it seemed now to be walking through the en-
trance wav under the arch and into the once
nightmarish world of Auschwitz suddenly empty
of its victims, no longer a threat.
We entered the camp There was no gate to
close behind us. This was 1978. The Nazis were
gone Groups of tourists passed us in the open
pathways between the many rows of brick
buildings and in the pavilions themselves I
looked at their faces. There were many middle-
aged Polish adults and some children. I searched
the faces of the adults. Did they know11 Where
HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT
EDWARD. TOSHIKO, MYLES, IDA
JORDAN. BARRY and MARCtA
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. JACK ABBOTT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MIMI ABEL
and Family
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. CHARLES BECKERMAN
DAVID. SHELDON, CAROLYN.
ABBA PESACH and ZEV MORDECHAI
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BILLY BELLACK
DAUGHTER SANDI and
MR. and MRS. DANIEL BELLACK
SONS JASON and BRADEN
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HERBERT AIKEN
MARC and MAXINE
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. BERNARD BERGER
and Son GEORGE
MR. and MRS. IRVIN ARONOFF
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HERMAN ASNESS
SHOSHANNAH SPECTOR ASNESS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HY BERGSON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR J. AUGUST
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RICHARD BAILEY
and SONS
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
Sincere Wishes for a Very Happy New New Year
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
WALTER MACKAUF and FAMILY
BRYNAandJAYBERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. STEVEN D. BALTER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BARNEY BERNSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
ROCHELLE, MARSHALL, ROBYN
and ALEZA BALTUCH
MR. and MRS. GEORGE BALTUCH
HARRIS, NINA and DARLENE BALTUCH
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L'Shonah Tovah
To Our Friends and Dear Ones
from
MR. and MRS. JACK M. BASH
JUDY and IRA BLITT
DIANE, STUART, JERILYN and
PHILIP BOTWINIK
CYNTHIA, MICHAEL and WILLIAM KORENVAES
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year____________
MR. and MRS. BERNARDO BATIEVSKY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE and MRS. HARVEY BAXTER
and Son*
MITCHELL and KENNETH
Wish The Entire Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MAYOR and MRS.
JACK BLOCK
and FAMILY
City of South Miami
a wWISS Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. RUBIN BOTT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. WILLIAM K. BOROS
u. and CHILDREN
PHYLLIS. LARRY, ANDREW, BRUCE
LYNN, LINDA and AARON
Happy New Year To All Our Friends
Fri*y-Sept^,
were they during the years of Nazi brutality?
We trudged through the snow. form
pavilion to another. Here was all the
that was needed what we
ev
0*1
xienci
that was needed what we had come t
The human hair. The stacks of eve glasses tv I
shoes. The piles of suitcases'sucked
abandon as the Jewish bodies of men !?
and children had been stacked. oatl I
WE LOOKED at the suitcases of Jews
had not yet lost all hope suitcases of J "
who thought they would be going home V
cases with neatly printed names, addresses aS
destinations. But there was no destina^
beyond Auschwitz and Birkenau. Maidanekiurf
Be'rgen Belsen. Suitcases representing sonS
measure of hope and faith in the human spirit
hope not yet burned to ashes in the f.amesof t|* I
crematorium or lost forever amid the sucks n'*
crumpled, twisted bodies on the floor of the a
chambers.
BENNETT. SETH and
MYRNABRAMSON
New Year Greetings
DR. LAWRENCE I. BRANT
and SHIRLEY BRANT
and CHILDREN
DANA, ROBERT, STEVE and BEN
Wish Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM BREGMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MISS ESTHER BRENNER
Wishes All Her Family and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JACK H. BRENNER
Daughter MICHELLE
Sons JEFFREY and GREGORY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BERT S. BROWN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. DAVID BROWN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RALPH BROWN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL BROWN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
PUBLIC DEFENDER
BENNETT H.BRUMMER
and ARLENE BRUMMER
Extend To The Entire Community
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. ISRAEL BRUK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
A Happy New Year To All
from
THE BUTTER FAMILY


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+Jenisi> tier Minn
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Steiner,
Goldberg, Leventhal, Cohen,
Lubinsky name after familiar
DnWinstein, LuDinsKy u" = ...urnim
meDare I look too closely? I might find my
nwn name there and the names of friends and
relatives. My suitcase, the suitcases of my
mother and father.
The snow continued to fall piling up higher
and higher, virgin snow, the first snow fall of the
vear That was what they had told us in Warsaw
and again in Cracow. We joked that morning
before we left. We had brought the weather with
us we said. The 18, the Chai group. But the
whiteness only added to the horror of knowing
that beneath the very ground we walked were
buried Jewish bodies that we walked on holy
ground, that we could have said kaddish on
every inch of soil in that damned place.
WE WERE GLAD it was snowing. Somehow
the harshness of the weather was fitting. We
wanted to feel the cold. We wanted to struggle
through the snow. We wanted to suffer. It would
MR. STANLEY CAIDIN
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. LEONARD CANTOR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM CARMEL
and CHILDREN
MR. and MRS. ALLAN (Barbara) CARMEL,
MICHELLE and MARC
MR. and MRS. RICHARD (Barbara) KRAKOW
DAVID and BETH
DR. and MRS. JERALD Q. (ANDREA) CARMEL
BRETT and JENNIFER
MR. and MRS. ROBERT (Linda) SOSSIN
RHONDA and ANDREW JORDAN
Wishing A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous '
New Year to their relatives & all their friends
HAROLD CEASE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
THECHASINS
Norman, Lillian, Ellen
Larry, Stephanie and Rebecca
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LEO CIMENT
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
LEWIS and BARBARA COHEN
Dianne and Lauri
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAURICE COHEN
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. DAVID COLEMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
never make us one with the Jews of Auschwitz.
It would never allow us to feel their pain, their
sense of desperation, their loneliness, their death.
Nothing would. But it brought us closer to their
spirits.
We walked mechanically from budding to
building. The groups of Polish tourists always
close by, sometimes slightly ahead, sometimes
behind, sometimes mixing with our group for
just a moment. They eyed us suspiciously. We
were obviously foreigners. Did they also
recognize that we were Jews come to see their
shame?
The Jewish pavilion was a mockery. The
exhibitions were poorly kept. No English signs
were used. The audio-visual displays were either
not working or the films skipped and were
difficult to see. The door was opened just for us.
Other pavilions were open to the public.
ON AN AVERAGE day when no Jewish
tourist visited Auschwitz, the building would be
MR. BEN CUTLER
and Son PHILIP
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
DR. and MRS. MAXWELL DAUER
MR. and MRS. ROGER A. DAUER
EDWARD A. DAUER, M.D.
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOEL DAUM
and FAMILY
DRS. A. D. and ROSE RUCHOCKI
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAX DEAKTER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. GABRIEL DEUTSCH
CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDREN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
DIENER-WEINE
Families
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MILTON DORN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDY DRUCKER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
COL. and MRS. ARTHUR E. CONN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HENRY COOPERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
LOUIS DUBLIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SEYMOUR EISENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
ABE and LEAH EISENMAN
and Sons DAVID and MORRIE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
THE CRISTOL FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. GERALD ENERFELD
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. LESTER EPSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
closed. The locked door seemed to 9ay Only
Jews care how many Jews died in Auschwitz.
Only Jews are interested in mourning for the
lives of other Jews.
At the end of our visit to Auschwitz, we saw a
propaganda film on the Holocaust. The word
Jew was thrown in, almost as an afterthought
... as if to say, "They too died here." They were
. one of the many groups whose bodies became
rings of twirling smoke rising up from the
chimneys of the crematoria. Only one of the
many groups whose bodies froze in the harsh
winters of Poland. Only one of the many groups
who breathed in the Zyclon B gas in the crowded
gas chambers. They too died here.
More than one and a half million Jews met
their deaths in Auschwitz, but they "too" died
there.
THE VISIT to Auschwitz was over. It was
time now to travel the few miles to Birkenau, the
Continued on Page 4-C
MR. and MRS. SIDNEY FAGIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JACK J. FALK
(Commissioner Mildred S. Falk
City of Miami Beach)
Wish A Happy New Year
To All Their Relatives and Friends
MR. and MRS. STEVEN FEIG
and SONS
CLAYTON and RYAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. JEAN FEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JEFFREY FEINGOLD
ERIC and GLEN
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. G. FELDENKREIS
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. MORTON R. FELLMAN
and Children
Barry, Shelley, Lesli and Seth
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. AINSLEE FERDIE
Marshall, Meredith and Deborah
Wish All A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. W. FINGERER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
^T
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Wishes His Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. J. MAURICE FINKEL
and Children
MARCIA, ELLIOTT and SETH
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Al H. First and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Allen Baumal and Family
Dr. and Mrs. William B. Cooper and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVING FIRTEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year


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5-^-.r -p dcwn the road where moat erf the reai
:a-.n and destruction took place
The snow had not let us. the bus labored on.
We passed the railroad depot where Jews were
selected by '.he infamous Dr Mergeie Y'ou. Jew.
to the right and labor You. Jew. to the left and
death- Neat words. No emouoo necessary You.
mother and child, to the left. You Jew. sickiy
awTweax :o the left. You. Jew. look healthy
enough to Last a few more weeks, to the right
and a small chance to Lrve. Work makes mer
free-
Snow, snow everywhere, h whirled around th*
bus and beat against the windows making
visibilky difficult- The bus came to a stop Wc
had arrived at Birkenau. Here there was nc
parking lot to be seen Either it was beneath the
OR. and MRS. SIGMUND FOOLER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MORRY FOX
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
REPRESENTATIVE
ROBERTA FOX
and HUSBAND
MIKE GOLD
Extend to the Entire Jewish Community
____ A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL FRANKEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
HARVEY and GLORIA FRIEDMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORRIS FUTERAN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS GADON
and Children
BENJAMIN, REBECCA and SARA
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. PAUL GAIER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
CAPTAIN and MRS. HYMAN P. GALBUT
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
RABBI and MRS. NESIM GAMBACH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT GARBER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year

iow or perhaps few came to the real scene of
death The gate was locked. A bne guard sat m
an office in the camp's main entrance building.
OUR GUIDE told us it was impossible to
aik the half mile to the memorial to lay the
wreath and say our prayers. The snow, he said.
was too high Perhaps we would be satisfied
simply climbing to the top of the watch tower
and viewing the camp from above, not at-
tempting the long walk to the memorial.
We said no NO! We would not be satisfied.
We had come too far. NO! We would not return
to the bus. We would not accept the verdict. We
would not turn our heads We would not let the
blizzard deter us. We would walk if necessary- in
the snow which was now up to our knees.
Our guide finally agreed to ask the guard for
permission to drive into the grounds of the camp
so we might take the circuitous path thaTTr
around the camp to the memorial Th*. JZa ,
said, was open. road- I*
BLT FIRST we climbed the steps to
tower Stretching before us. barely visihu '
swirling snow flakes, were the barracks th
housed the inmates. Some were intact. But m
had been destroyed and only their cakum!!
remained standing in eerie silence, each a'ton*^'
a mound of snow ... like disembodied bui]
MR. and MRS. GARY R. GERSON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. NORMAN GERSTEIN
BARTON S. GOLDBERG
and FAMILY
Best Wishes
for
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. MAX GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MICHAEL and NANC1 GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
New Year's Greetings
MS. ROSALIND GETTIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year
The REV. CANON and
MRS. THEODORE R. GIBSON
CITY OF MIAMI COMMISSIONER
MR. and MRS. MORRIS GIMELSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ABRAHAM GOODMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HERBERTGOPMAN
PAULETTE, JUDITH and JONATHAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. BERNARD (Miriam) GINGOLD
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy New Year
A Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year To All
MR. AND MRS.
ALEXANDERS. GORDON
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HOWARD W. GORDON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ABRAHAM GITTELSON
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
REBEL SOLLOWAY and
BENES and ALAN GLACKMAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. NORMAN GLADSDEN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HARRIET and MILT GREEN
and Children
BUNNY and DENNIS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. NATHAN GLOVER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR.
and MRS. DON GOLD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
CAROL and LORRAINE QREENBERG
Happy New Year Holiday
To All
MR. and MRS. ROBERT D. GOLD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SIMON GOLD
and Daughter MELISSA
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. KENNETH GREENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
ALAN DOUGLAS GREENE
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
MR. and MRS. ELEA2ER L. GREENSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
>


friday. September 12, 1980
fJenisii fhricfitn
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^
. like monuments to the dead
first attempts at building
brick, with no distinctive shape.
. like a child's
brick piled on
BIRKENAU CONCENTRATION CAMP. A view of the death camp of Birkenau surrounded
by barbed wire. Many of the buildings were destroyed, and the chimneys stand in eerie silence,
like monuments to the four million who died in the camp.
Only these chimneys were not made by
children. And they had been surrounded by real
buildings made of wood, too fragile to keep out
the winter winds, the freezing temperatures, the
harsh realities of death next door.
We walked to a nearby barracks to look inside.
Again the horrible feeling of deja vu. There stood
row upon row of three-tier wooden bunk beds,
primitive by any standards. And suddenly a
picture of emaciated inmates hanging over the
sides of these beds came into focus.
WAS I REALLY here? I sensed a distance
between myself and what I was seeing, a
distance caused by a terrible fear spreading
through my body like a fever. The beds were
empty, but in my mind's eye I filled them up
Continued on Page 6-C
MR. and MRS. JAIME GROSFELD
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. MOSES J. GRUNDWERG
and CHILDREN
MATTHEW, SHMUEL and SYLVIA
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOHN GUTERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
ETTA HIRSCH
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy New Year
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPYROSH HASHANAH
MAYOR DR. LEONARD HABER
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HERMAN HALPERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. RUTH HITTNER
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy New Year
RICHARD and BARBARA HOFFMAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DRS. JOSEPH and JOAN HARRIS
Judy, Jamie, Jonathan and Joshua
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy New Year
HARRY and JEAN HARRISON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HAUSER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HERBERT J. HOODWIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. PETER HORNIK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. EDYTHE D. JISER
and MOTHER
MRS. BERTHA D. DAVIDSON
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT J. KAHN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
WERNERKAHN
Wishes All His Friends
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JEFFREY KANOV
and Son
JASON
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
The
JOSEPH H. KANTER FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HYMSON
SHERYL, STUART and SUAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L'Shana Tova
from
NINA and PAUL INDIANER
and FAMILY
SYLVIA and MORRIS HERMAN
and Children
GERRI, FRED and MINETTE
Wish All Their Friends in Miami
A Happy and Healthy New Year
New Year Greetings To All
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein
and Children, Jill and Martin Hershbein
Eddyse and Harold Kessler
Grandchildren, Lee and Carl
Andrea and Rod Ochs
MR. and MRS. JERRY ISAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. E. JAN JACOBI
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. CHARLES J. HIRSH
MARC, MICHAEL and DANIEL
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. GEORGE JACOBSON
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. LEO JARECKI
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HENRY, HARRIET and ISAAC
JERET
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. LEON KAPLAN
MR. and MRS. RICHARD I. BRICKMAN
KAREN. PATTI and KENNETH
MR. and MRS. EDWIN GTNSBURG
LYNN. SUSAN and DONALD
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Kaplan & Katie Lee
HaDDV New Year
MRS. SARAH KAUFMAN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MURRAY KAYE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. DESIDERIOKELLERMANN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM KESSELMAN
and CHILDREN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. ALAN S. KESSLER
Wish You All
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. KEVE KESSLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL KLEINMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year


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sad Hebrew plaquej

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MBS ^ACOBKO^uEP
andPAMILY
To a DurPnenrM
THE KRAMERS
Hanray and Ann
Gordon. Saily. Joanwa and David
ft v A "~-e -'r<3s
A ~zz.z,, se* 'ea.'
MR. and MRS. RAFAEL KRAVEC
and CHILDREN
SAUL POSAUNO DEBORAH and BREMDA
Win Tnr P-ear /a arcJ ^^eraa
a i/e*"/ naooy New vea'
MR. and MRS. STEVE* J. KRAVFTZ
and MARK and JOSEPH
rVy A" Thei'Fnends
A Ver/ Hacoy New Yea.'
DR. and MRS. GARY KREfTMAN
and FAMILY
Wisn Ah TheirFnends
A Very Happy New Yea'
MR. and MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wisn All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LEON KRONHEIM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. KENNETH G. KRONOWTTZ
DEBBIE, STEVE and TRACY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. MAX M. KULV1N
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings To Al
MR. and MRS. IRVING KUTTLER
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MILES E. KUTTLER
and FAMILY
yyiK in TK!r PffpjMta,
A Happy and Healthy New Year
and -aw .
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ri 5
'.-.
:'.-- :3-;s; = ViS _iA = ESCE
*-<: Sc-; .5"ey Z'yz Aca-
- -' -i.Z~- ''r* 'is'
MR and MRS SIDNEY LEFCOURT
and FAMILY
MR and MRS. SAMUEL LEFF
and FAMILY
W.sh A Their Fiends A Hac-/ Ss* *ea-
MR. and MRS. AL LE1BERT
and FAMILY
.'. s- ~-e -' e--s a ver, -as: '.e* -ea-
MR and MRS. BENJAMIN LEIGH
and FAMILY
MFfcjfJ AH Their Reiat s am Friends
A Very Haopy Sew Yea-
MR. and MRS. HERBERT S. LELCHUK
Wish r*&r Re-atives and Frfanda
A Happy Ne* Yea.'
MR. and MRS. J. M. LELCHUK
Wish Thei' Relatives and Fnends
A Very Happy New Yea'
JUDGE and MRS. SHELDON N. LELCHUK
and Son. IRA
Wisn Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. NORMAN LEVINE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
CAROLYN and HARRY LEVY
Wish Everyone A Very Happy New Year
PAULA, JOEL, ROBIN and ADAM
LEVY
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. HARRY UCHT
ndFAMtLY
A Very Happy New Year
MR and MRS J. DAVIOLIEBMAN
and CHILDREN
LAURA. HENRY and ROSASS;
.-, t- :. The rFriand
- --' -a::. *.e/. 'ea-
MR and MRS PHIL LIPTOS
and FAMILY
/, 5~ a ~"~ Ft e^cs
- e-. -appy Ne* ea-
MR and MRS. SAMUEL LIPTOS
and FAMILY
.'. 5" A The^r Fngn^s
A Very Happy New faa'
MR. and MRS. W1LUAM LISS
and FAMILY
.'. ^ Their Relatives and F-e-: =
a ar) I lav p| and Prosperous New Year
PETER M. LOPEZ
A Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. EDWARD V. LUSTIG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Fnends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. WALLACE N. MAER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. IRW1N H. MAKOVSKY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
New Year Greetings from
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH W. MALEK
ADAM and ROBYN
MR. and MRS. BERNARD MANDLER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
"I
GWEN MARGOLIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HARRY M ARKOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MARTIN MAYER
and FAMILY
"Wtsh All TheirFrtends
A Very Haoov New Year


[Friday. Septembar 12,1960
away the snow, placed our flowers on the ground
and proceeded with the brief service' I had
prepared- I had chosen the simple words of
Gerda Klein, Holocaust survivor and author, to
begin.
"YOU ARE GOING to Auschwitz. The
thought chills my being. My mother was only 42
years old. My father was kind, wise and strong.
My friends were gay, chattering, bubbly girls.
That was my world. It perished there."
The wind howled. The snow continued
unabatedly. The cold bit and chaffed our faces
and froze our tears.
"I want to remember them as I knew them.
They would have been glad that you came, that
you cared, that you wept for what we all lost
there ..."
After Gerda's words, a poem and then kad-
dish. We had come. We had seen. And we wept.
We turned to walk back to the bus, our arms
MR. SOL MEGDELL
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. ANNMENAKER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. EMANUELMENTZ
Wishes Her Many Friends and Neighbors
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
DR. and MRS. ROBERT METZMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. FRANCES (Frankie) MILLER
Wishes Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH MILLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
PHYLLIS and DAVID MILLER
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JULES MINKES
DANNY, ROBBIE, KENNY,
SUZY and PAMMY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
L 'Shana Tova
from
ALAN MINTZ
and Yonatan
MELVIN C. MORGENSTERN
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
BARBARA and HARVEY MORRIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
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Page7C
intwined seeking comfort together. We tried to
follow that same path of lonely footsteps in the
midst of virgin snow covering everything at
Birkenau even the crime of genocide.
WE CLIMBED on the bus. It would not
move, stubbornly holding fast, resisting
departure. The hour was 3:30 in the afternoon.
Darkness was not too far off, would come by
4:30. The 18 Jews sat uncomfortably inside.
Stuck in Birkenau, next to the broken remains of
the crematorium. Eighteen Jews alone and
tormented by what had happened in this place,
on this very spot.
Though we wanted to leave this camp of
death, leave the snow and the desolation, the
barracks and the chimneys, the watch tower and
the railroad tracks, we knew we would never be
able to tear it out of ourselves. A part of it would
remain with us all our lives.
But it was growing late. And no one wanted to
spend the night in Birkenau. We would haw t/t
GREETINGS
from
TED NELSON
and FAMILY
Bay Harbor Islands
Florida
Mayor And Mrs.
Howard Neu
and Family
Extend Greetings to Their Many
Friend* for a
Very Happy Neve Year Holiday
MR. and MRS. OSCAR NEUMANN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE and MRS. ROBERT NEWMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SANDI and ALLAN NIRENBERG
JODI
STEVE and LISSA
BRUCE and JANIS
Granddaughters DAWN and AMY
Wish All Their Friends a Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
MR. and MRS. JULIAN NACRON
and
MR. and MRS. ROBERT M. NACRON
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. HENRY NORTON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. SOL NUSSBAUM
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
push the bus. Of the 18, five men were not
allowed to help. One was retired, three had
recent histories of illness, strokes, heart
problems and one with a high fever. That left 13
including seven women and six men. And our
guide.
We left the bus then and gathered at its sides.
My beige gloves would soon be black. I grasped
the arch of metal above the left front wheel with
several members of the group. Others took their
place on the right side of the bus. We pushed
and pushed until finally the bus began to move.
WE WERE PROUD of ourselves and climbed
on to the bus ready for departure. But the bus
had stopped several yards away and stubbornly
refused to budge a second time. Once again, this
time at the rear of the bus, we took our places
and began to push. The bus rolled forward and
backward, forward and backward, forward and
Continued on Page 15-C
MR. and MRS. FRED OBER
and HEIDI LEE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT E. OSSIP
and DAUGHTERS
A Happy and Successful New Year
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. HERBERT PAIGE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BERNARD PALLANT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MRS. JACK PALLOT
MR. and MRS. RICHARD J. HORWICH
Mitchell, Francine and Ronald
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Healthy and Happy New Year
MRS. SONIA PANTELIOT
Wishes All Her Neighbors and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL PASCOE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE PATTERSON
and CHILDREN
ROBBIE and SABRINA
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
PHIL, RANDY, JEFFREY and GARY
PAUL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RICHARD A. PAWLIQER
and Daughter ERIN and Son NOAH
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. ARTHUR PEARL
and
FAMILY
Happy New Year To All


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MS and MRS HOWARD N PELZNER
and FAMILY
- ery -a;:,. New *aa-

DR. and MRS
MARSHALL A. PEPPER
and Family
BeSl 3"*3=3'A -itt- '>rr 'hi.'
MR and MRS lESTER J. PERLE
and Farniry
/, -.-a '-e r'*-cs A -ac;. Sew 'ea-
MR. and MRS. MORTON PERLMAN
and FAMILY
Wish AM Their Fnends
A Very Happy Ne* Year
MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY
and FAMILY
Wish All Thei'Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MICHAEL PEYTON
and FAMILY
Wish An Their Fnends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS PILZER
and Family
Wish Alt Their Friends
A Very Happy New year
DR. and MRS. DAVID G. PINOSKY
and Children. SAM and SUE
Wish All Their Family and Fnends
A Very Happy New Year
LEOandVERAPLOTKIN
LORENandAMY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Happy New Year To All
REPRESENTATIVE
LARRY PLUMMER
and FAMILY
MRS. PAULINE POLLACK
Wishes All Her Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RAYMOND POLSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year

* kmitffkrrf&r
Prid.
> "III ail
at the Jewish
SpoRts hall
of fame
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MRS DAVID POST
and FAMILY
'.a/, -aa- Snaei :s
P.D.C. COMMANDER and MRS
SIDNEY POTLOCK
-a;;., '-e* 'ea- 3'ee- -gs
MR. ROBERT P. RAPCHIK
and
DAUGHTER MICHELLE
.'. 3" A ""-ei- Fnends
- -a--, a-c -ea -, Se* 'ea-
MRS. CHARLES (MATILDA) RATNER
New Year Greetings
MRS. SAM RAUCH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Yea'
Hobday Greetings
MR. and MRS. JAMES E. REARDON
COMMISSIONER and MRS
JAMES F. REDFORDJR.
and FAMILY
Happy '.e.-. r*ear Sreel nga
Tc OurFr e-cs
DR and MRS. DAVID REINHARD
and FAMILY
Wish A "-e-P-e-rs
A Very Happy New Yea-
>rl2.
Scan from lb* ataye aad tcreen perf orr>c -^
iafhc erf tae eveauna; an addrca* ~^.-i
Kta. Dnter a wr cofreapooder;
:.r-^ -' ITai D aajM r%*ri r_^ aaaay^
IIJ 111 an ciie audience wms toocbec ajn
-rars. as this nor>Jew read his scr-
. ;.- ---r.jci for :.-^ first uine sj day, ^-^
fix-Dag War in Israel- The
i^ency asked Dreser for perrr.
-^produce his special commecu-
-y all places, in a sports cofc.-
MR. and MRS. JERRY RIEGER
and FAMILY
.'. 3- Their Re a- aajg ndFr and!
A Very Happy New Yea-
MR. and MRS. MAURICE RIZIKOW
and FAMILY
.'. 8*i ~"e Relatives arc r- er ;-:
A Ve'V Happy Ne* 'ea'
MR. and MRS. MEYER ROBBlSS
and FAMILY
/. =~ An Their Re a: .es a"r Fr e_:s
A Very Happy New Yea'
MR. and MRS. LESTER ROGERS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ISIDOR ROSA
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Ne* rear
BOB. GLORIA. RENEE. SHARI
and TODD ALAN ROSEN
of 9242 SW 78th Place
Pepperwood, Miami
Wish Their Re at ves and Friends
A Happ, and Hea thy New Yea'
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Fne-: =
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. NORMAN REINHARD
and FAMILY
Wishes All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL REINHARD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JERRY ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Bes* Wishes For The Holiday Seas:~
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. LESTER M. ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MARVIN REIS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BRUCE RICHMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MORTON ROSENBLUTH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENFELD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. PAUL RICHMAN
nd FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. HYMAN ROSENKRANZ DR. n MRS. BRUCE ROSENKRANZ
and FAMILY
and the ENTIRE STAFF
Wish You All A Happy, Healthy New Year
SOL and ELEANOR ROSENKRANZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy New Year


ffiday. September 12.1980
gknisti florid ten
Page 9-C
than on the front page of every Jewish and
Israeli paper throughout the world.
Dreier, today, is a sickly man who gets by
with the aid of a cane but still retains the
beautiful, sonorous voice of his broadcasting
days during World War II and for many years
thereafter. Here is his understanding as to
What Is a Jew":
"WE THINK we know. Whether he calls
himself an Israelite, a German, a Russian or an
American, he is a man with a special kind of
backbone that has been tempered by travail and
straightened and hardened by an unrelenting
determination to be free. And because he is free
and he is strong, every Jew stands taller and
prouder today than at any time in the history of
recorded man.
"What is a Jew?
"A tired old man squinting his watery eyes as
he bends over needle and thread in a corner tailor
JACK, ARLEEN. AVI and OREN
ROSENTHAL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year
To All Our Family and Friends
THE ROSS FAMILY
BARRY, ELAINE, SHERI and MARC
MR. and MRS. BARRETT ROTHENBERG
and Children
LARRY, LORI and MARK
Happy New Year
To Our Relatives and Friends
MR. and MRS. HERBERT RUBIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
BOB and MURIEL RUSSELL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
THERYWELLS
SANFORD, MARILYN,
RUSSELL, SUSAN
Wish Everyone
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAM SACKS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. WALTER G. SALL
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
MRS. SIDNEY M. SANDERS
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Peaceful New Year
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SANDMAN
and FAMILY
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SANES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
shop in an American city. A tall, sunbronzed
young zealot working in a kibbutz in Israel, a
gifted musician performing in a European sym-
phony orchestra, an ordinary family man with no
medals or high-water marks in his life. But yet
each is different from his fellow man. And for
thousands of years that difference was turned
against him. Today that difference has
meant the difference between survival and death.
"To me a Jew is neither a specific ethnic nor
religious nor cultural designation. To me a Jew is
a special kind of man whatever his race or color
or religion; a man who has learned the bitter art
of survival and the ability to endure adversity
with dignity; a man who has dared to be dif-
ferent when the costs of difference sometimes
were life itself.
"BUT HE is no member of a super-race and
for dark periods in history men who thought
they were members of a super-race believed he
could be exterminated. I sat in rooms as a
foreign correspondent in the blackout hole of
Berlin during World War II and talked with
members of one supposed super-race who
thought to practice genocide against a people
much older and wiser than themselves.
And as they mechanically mouthed the
philosophical insanities that had been pro-
grammed into them by a madman, this reporter,
a Hawaiian-born Roman Catholic of German
American parentage mentally and morally
Continued on Page 23-C
MR. and MRS. LEWIS I. SERBIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. NATHAN SARA
and Children
Serena Esther and Jason Joel
Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. MELVYN SARNOW
AMY and ANDY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT J. SAX
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE SCHANTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BEN SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. HOWARD SCHARLIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. PHILLIP SCHIFF
of 9130 SW 78th Court, Miami
JUDI, RICHARD, ERIN and NOAH
PAWLIGER
LORI and JIM SCHIFF
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. BERT SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ROBERT I. SHAPIRO
and CHILDREN
DANIEL, JONATHAN and ADAM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALAN SCHULBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. BERTSHER
and FAMILY
of
NATANYA, ISRAEL
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR SIEGEL
and FAMILY
Happy New Year
To All Our Relatives and Friends
MR
MR. and MRS. LEONARD E. SCHWALB
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. S. E. SCHWARTZ
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
and MRS. ISAAC SILBERBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. HAROLD and CECILY SILBERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SAMUEL and SOFIA
STEVEN and SARA
SCHWARTZBAUM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JUDGE and MRS. SIDNEY L. SEGALL
and Son ROBERT
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. R. LOUIS SEITLIN
and CHILDREN
LARRY and STEPHANIE
REBECCA and RANDY STEWART
Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year
BESS and ART SELEVAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
RON SILVER
and FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
MR. and MRS. HAROLD SILVERSMITH
and FAMILY
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
LESLIE SIMMONDS
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy Holiday
MR. and MRS. CHARLES SIMON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSH SIRKIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year


KViHoi. Qi.nlim.h.f1 1HWI
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Friday. September 12
I960
the Outgoing decade:
a positive Badance Sheet
of achievement
By MAURICE samuelson
For Israel and the Jewish
people, the 1970s were the
decade of trial and triumph.
The Jewish State not only
withstood a sustained chal-
lenge to her existence but
finally achieved peace with
her biggest and most dan-
gerous neighbor. Despite
all the other dangers which
still confront her. therefore,
she enters the 1980s with a
positive balance sheet.
The two outstanding events of
the decade for Israel were the
Yom Kippur War in 1973 and
Egypt's President Anwar
Sadat's visit to Jerusalem in
MR. MILTON SERKIN
.Vs-esA His Friends
A Very Happy New Yea'
THE ALBERT SOLO FAMILY
.'. =-""=' =e a: .es ana Fnends
i MR. and MRS
ROGER D.SOMAN
Wish You All
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ARNOLD J. STERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DANIEL L. STONE, M.D.
BRUCE A. JULIEN. M.D.
ARTHUR J. SCHATZ, M.D.
New Year Greetings To All
DR. and MRS. REUBEN SORKIN
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
REPRESENTATIVE
HAL SPAET
and FAMILY
Wish Everyone
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN SPECTOR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. LOUIS SUCHMAN
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
DR. and MRS. JEROME SUMMERS
and CHILDREN
VICKIE and LESLIE
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH SURES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
SANDY and BETTY SUSMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
HENRY KING STANFORD
Wish Their Many Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JACOB STEFIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. EDWARD SWERDLIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS.
JAY M. TISCHENKEL
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MRS. BEN ZION STEINBERG
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. IRVIN STEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. ALVIN STERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Happy New Year Greetings
and Peace For All
JUDGE and MRS. DAVID L. TRASK
MR. and MRS. DAVID PHILLIPS
MR. AND MRS. PAUL LEFKOW
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SMITH
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. BARRY ROBBIN
and FAMILY
*R. and MRS. ARTHUR TURKISH
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. JEFFREY BRODY
and FAMILY
November. 1977. It was the Yom
Kippur War which gave Egypt
the assurance to negotiate with
Israel. Yet the two events belong
to different chapters in the
history of the Middle East.
The Yom Kippur War was the
climax of the Arab world's
military attempt to vanquish
Israel with Soviet support. The
pact with Egypt marks the start
of her acceptance as one of the
Middle East nations.
AT THE height of the Yom
Kippur War. and in the preceding
years. Israel risked not only war
with the Arab states but also
with the Soviet Union. Only a
worldwide military alert by "the
United States thwarted the
DR. and MRS. RODNEY L. TEICHNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. RAYMOND TOBIAS
and DAUGHTERS
WYN, ALEXIS and BONNIE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL TRAURIG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. JEROME UFFNER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. HAROLD C. UHR
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. HUGH UNGER
JEFFREY, ADRIANNEand RICHARD
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
HAROLD and ALICE VINIK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
JOEL and SYLVIA VOGEL
and Sons Steve, Howard and Ken
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. ALLAN A. WAGNER
Best Wishes To All
For A Very 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 and Healthy New Year
HOWARD, SANDY and SCOTT
MESH, RONNA and DAN WEINER
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
COMMISSIONER
LEONARD WEINSTEIN
Extends Happy New Year Greetings
To The Entire Community
MR. and MRS. MILTON WEINSTEIN
and SONS
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year


day, September 12,1980
*Jewisti ftcrkiinn
'age 11 -
Soviet Union's plan to strike
airainst the Israeli forces who had
entered Egypt proper after their
counterattack across the Suez
Canal.
Although most Soviet military
advisers had been ousted from
EKVPt the year before the Yom
Kippur War. Egypt's initial
military successes were due
largely to the dense con-
centrations of antiaircraft
missiles which Russia had in-
stalled along the canal in breach
of the cease-fire which ended the
Suez war of attrition in the
summer of 1970.
I n those bitter summer months
of 1970, too, the Israel air force
clashed with Soviet aircraft as it
struck at strategic targets deep
inside Egypt. Many Israelis
began to compare their fate with
that of Finland which fought a
crippling war with Russia on the
eve of World War II.
HOWEVER, a wider conflag-
ration was averted and while
Israel emerged strengthened, the
Soviet Union finally lost her
position of influence in Egypt,
which under Sadat's leadership,
became a firm ally of the United
States.
Nevertheless, the decade saw
the revival of old dangers and the
birth of new ones. Terrorism
became a worldwide phenomenon
in which the Palestinians gave a
lead to many other disaffected
groups. Hijacking became the
nightmare of every airline
passenger. Its most spectacular
manifestation was in September,
1970 when the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine
captured three airliners and blew
them up on Dawson's Field, an
old RAF airstrip in the Jordanian
desert.
This prompted Jordan's
crushing of the Palestinian ter-
rorist movements and created the
' B lack September'' movement
which ushered in a new spate of
worldwide terror, culminating in
the massacre of Israel's athletes
at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
BUT FROM this, too, Israel
emerged with a positive balance
' sheet. Her protection of her
national airline, and her stunning
rescue of captured Israelis at
Entebbe, Uganda, in July, 1976,
were shining examples of heroism
to the rest of the world.
The negative side of the Israeli
balance was headed by the resur-
gence of worldwide anti-
Semitism, cloaked as anti-
Zionism. It was fueled by the
official creed of the Soviet Union,
as well as by a rampant Islamic
fanaticism, which finally broke
loose in the overthrow of the
Shah of Iran at the beginning of
1979.
In November, 1975, the
General Assembly of the United
Continued on Page 16-C
MR. and MRS. NATHAN WEISS
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. CHARLES WEISSMAN
CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDREN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. LAWRENCE A. WESTON
and Their Children
PATRICIA WESTON KRAMER
IR. and MRS. DAVID (Meryl) SCHOENFIELD
ERIKA and SCOTT
Wishing A Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
To Their Relatives and All Their Friends
MR. and MRS. IRVING MARK WOLFF
Happy New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. SOLOMON YAFFE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. and MRS. BERNARD B. WEINTRAUB
and STEVE, RENEE, RONNIE,
ALAN and WENDY
Wishing All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Special Holiday Greetings from
MR. and MRS. RALPH M. WEISBARD
and FAMILY
Now Of Broward County
ELAYNEWEISBURD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy, Healthy
and Peaceful New Year
DR. BERNARD YESNER
DR. PAULGUTLOHN
DR. LEONARD ZIMMERMAN
and Their Families
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. EUGENE J.WEISS
and Family
of 3 Island Avenue
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
New Year Greetings
To All Our Dear Miami Friends
from
IRVING and REVA WEXLER
DR. and MRS. WILLIAM WICKMAN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL WIGUTOW
and Son BILLY
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
JUDGE and MRS. ARTHUR WINTON
and Family
New Year Greetings To All Our Friends
STANLEY ZAKARIN, D.D.S.
PAUL BUSKER, D.D.S.
JAMES STEIG, D.D.S.
Extend New Year Greetings
To All Their Friends
MRS. ALBERT (Betty) ZALKA
Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SOL ZALLEA
and Family
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SIGMUND ZILBER
and Son MARTIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
S741
ATTORNEY BERNARD BRAVERMAN
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
ATTORNEYS
MICHAEL K. FELDMAN
and THEODORE R. NELSON
Extend New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
ATTORNEYS
BERNIE FREED and GERALD FEUER
Extend New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
GOLDSTEIN
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
1540 NW 15th Street Road
Miami Phone 324-1003
New Year Greetings
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERG
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. MORTON B. ZEMEL
JOSEPH SAUL, PAMELA TOVA,
FRED DAVID, ALISA DEBRA YAFA,
BRUCE SAMUEL MICHEAL
and AVIVAORASHIFRA
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A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
The Law Office Of
ALLEN GRUBER
2600 Douglas Road Suite 700
Coral Gables Phone 446-7777
Best Wishes
For A Healthy and Happv New Year
HAYS and GRUNDWERG
Attorneys at Law
Suite 900 Popular Center Bldg.
21 SE 191 Ave., Miami Phone 371 -4419
Extend New Year Greetings to All Their Friends
LAWRENCE S. KATZ
Attorney-At-Law
1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Suite 219
Miami Beach Phone 531-8874
Extends Happy New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
RICHARD M. KIRSHNER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
9595 N. Kendall Drive-Miami-Phone 279-7000
t/Vishing The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
MRS. DORAN ZINNER
and Family
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. JACK WOLFE
and Children
SHARON, KEITH and NANCY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. NORMAN ZIPKIN
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. DAVID H. ZOBERG
MARLENE, BONNIE,
STEVEN and ELLEN
Wish Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
CARLOS LIDSKY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
2121 Ponce De Leon Blvd.-Suite 710
Coral Gables Phone 442-8624
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
MARTIN, TRACY,
and BRIAN GALLANT
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy New Year
ALAN HARRIS MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
25 W. Flagler Street Suite 1011
Miami Phone 379-7663
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community


H r%rtu\r
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> Jen i itfk rHiar
Friday. Sept*mr*r 12
WHO WAS Z* er. Jabotinsky0 Nine out of ten
American Jews probably do not know.
And vet this legendary Jewish leader who
Id have been 100 years old this year was a
.-. -.au-sman. a modern Jewish military
a founder of the Jewish state and an ar-
- of the State of Israel Also, little known.
that he was a poet, prolific writer, out-
standing orator, novelist and translator His
excellence in Russian literature was so great that
he age of 17. he translated into Ru-
wveral pa ''oe
the mytti it Ze Vladimir
Jabotinsky i .-..-.-: Mer.achem
*'
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He was a fou egi n _-.

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Legendary LeaoeR
Was ARChitect of
mo6eRn isRael
Bv BEN ( FRANK
He warned the Jews of Eastern V 'cr*
193*. either you liquidate the Diaspora utH
Diaspora will liquidate you Had h;< r~~a w!
heeded, untold numbers of Jews wouUi hr*
survived the Holocaust;
He founded the youth organizatir,- d
Trumpeldor (Betari and the World L'nion of
Zionist Revisionists.
He was the "conscience" of the Z onist
movement, not to veer from the cause of :k!
iblishment of a Jewish State.
JABOTINSKY is not as well .
-hould be because he died at th
and was not on hand as wen
leaders to see the birth of the Stab
later which he among the few pri
occur.
The struggle for the State of [srai .. ^
not without its differences in ta i
methods. Jabotinsky. after all. t>
r leader of his century who ;
MCtlrity must be won by in-
He was the rejuvenator of the m factor
rrent for Israel. While he .-
Zionist movement, and at one tin
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Miami 858-0220
Happy New Year
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MICHAEL H. WOLF. ATTORNEY
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19 West Flagler St.-Suite 507-371-5512
SIDNEY L. SYNA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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To The Entire Jewish Community
WALTERS. COSTANZO. MILLER
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To The Entire Jewish Community
jm wishes you a happy new year
filled with peace and contentment
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man\ si* r r g moments Including the A/armth of new
fr endshii s ana fhe joy of old ties with mose
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Friday. September 12,1980
vJewisti Meridian
Page 13-C
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/, ,t Vladimir .1 uhuluiskx
of the World Zionist Executive, he would from
tune to time disagree sharply with the Zionist
establishment.
BUT DURING the last two decades, much of
the bitterness over the struggle for the Jewish
State has receded and Israeli and American
Jewish historians have brought into sharper
focus the ideals of this great Zionist visionary
and warrior who ranks among the towering
figures whose dream of a Jewish State was ful-
filled in our lifetime. As one Zionist writer said,
"Jabotinsky belongs to the entire Jewish
people."
Today also, much research is being done in
Israel to gather his writings, his speeches, to
study the man. to look at him dispassionately.
Recently established, too, in the U.S. is the
Jabotinsky Foundation. an organization
dedicated to perpetuating the ideological and
literary legacy of Jabotinsky.
It is this group which will hold a gala dinner
al the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City
on \n\ I 1 to mark the 100th anniversary of his
birth The keynote speaker will be Prime
Minister Menachem Begin of Israel, a disciple of
Jabotinsky,
JABOTINSKYS whole life his time, his
talent, his zeal was devoted to champion the
Zionist cause. In point of fact, famous Russian
writers, among them Maxim Gorki, complained
that the Zionists "stole" Jabotinsky away from
Russian literature where a great literary future
awaited him. They praised his linguistic and
stylistic talent and saw in Jabotinsky s devotion
to Jewish and Zionist politics a loss to Russian
literature.
At the outbreak of World War I. the 34-year-
old Jabotinsky was the hero of Russian Zionism,
lie was the most sought after speaker and
lecturer who on his endless tours crisscrossed the
length and breadth of Europe.
lie was in the vanguard of the fight against
Jewish assjmilalionists and for recognition of
Jewish national rights in Russia. He was twice
nominated as the Zionist candidate to the Duma,
the Parliament ol Czarist Russia.
WORLD WAR I changed the destiny of the
Jewish people and Zionism. Jabotinsky together
with Trumpeldor and other Zionists, overcame
much opposition from many sources and estab-
lished a Jewish military unit that would fight on
Continued on Page 14-C
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Fridy. SeptembTT
ze'ev lABOtinsky: LeqenftaRV Agchitect of mo6epn Jewish statg
Continued from Page 13-C
the side of the British and ultimately defeat the
Turks in Palestine The Jewish people, declared
Jabotinsky. could only acquire the right to be
heard at the Peace Conference if its sons played
their part on the battlefield, not as anonymous
soldiers in the existing armies but as a national
identity.
In forming the Jewish Legion. Jabotinsky
introduced a new dimension to political Zionism
and practical colonization: the military factor
He himself took part in the battles of the Jewish
legion for the liberation of Eretz Israel from the
Turks and was promoted to Lieutenant
In April. 1920. he would form the first self-
Wishing
myQood
fpien&s
Ail they
&R hoping
pop
this
defense unit in the country and command the
defense of Jerusalem
THROUGHOUT his life he battled the British
and he stood up to Arab extremists. He also was
convinced that the Zionists in power in Palestine
would not act against the anti-Zionist policy of
the British government which had failed to fulfill
her obligations under the British Mandate.
It was for his opposition to the British that
the Mandate Government refused in 1929 to
honor his entry visa to Palestine after a lecture
tour abroad. He remained out of his homeland to
the end of his days.
Jabotinsky realized that the advent of Nazism
in Germany would endanger the physical sur-
vival o! European Jewry. In 1936 he *
East European Jewry to leave and com* k-Z""
Eretz Israel. wmehomeu,
AT THE OUTBREAK of World War n
Jabotinsky went to the U.S. with the aim
organizing a Jewish Army which was to t t'
part in the world struggle against Najri p
many. In 1940, in the middle of political n
tiations with influential Congresmen, as wSr
with governments in exile, Jabotinsky visiJd
youth
the summer camp of the Zionist
organization. lie tar. in Hunter, N.Y.
There, among his disciples, he passed awav I
his last Will and Testament, he expressed th
al remains sh'
and
desire that his mortal remains should be burwJ
where he died and transferred to Eretz "
Rosh
hashanah
holiday...
Israel
70 OUR FRIENDS AND PA TRONS
BEST WISHES FOR
A Healthy, Happy
and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
STEVE CLARK
Dade County Mayor
B
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bed facility. Today, Cedars has grown into
a major medical complex including the
main 500 bed patient tower, the 250 bed
original hospital known as Cedars West, a
Seminar Center with extensive classroom
and educational facilities, a computerized
Diagnostic Center and physician offices.
Cedars employs more than 1,500 people
and has a medical staff of 675 physicians.
Cedars takes great pride in its medical
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the community. We are equally proud of
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At this special time, Cedars "Health Care
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healthy, happy new year.
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1400 NW12 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136
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day
, September 12,1980
only by order of Israel's Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol, his wishes were carried out, and he
found his rest on Mt. Herzl, in close proximity to
the grave of Dr. Theodor Herzl, the founder of
the Zionist movement.
Now that his works are being restored, pub-
lished and disseminated by the Jabotinsky
Foundation; now that the Jabotinsky Centennial
Dinner will be on Nov. 11, it is good to recall the
words of author Arthur Koestler who, in his
inimitable concise form, so aptly summed
Jabotinsky's career:
up
"JABOTINSKY WAS a National Liberal in
the great 19th Century tradition, a revolutionary
of the 1848 brand, successor to Garibaldi and
Mazzini. He was one of the most colorful figures
that modern Jewry has produced ... He was
idolized by the young, endowed with exceptional
*Jewist tJhrktlar)
Page 15-C
I personal charm and a brilliant public speaker .
\ In the light of present events, with the Jewish
State an established reality, almost every point
of Jabotinsky's program has either been im-
plemented by official Zionism, or vindicated by
the trend of events."
Personal Memoir
4pRom OestRuction tRansfORmed'
Continued from Page 7-C
backward again.
We looked to our right and saw the
crematorium. We looked to the sky and saw
darkness falling. We pushed harder. I thought of
the Nazis and their Jewish victims, the horror of
that place and the six million who never had a
chance to escape their destination of death, and I
yelled "Jew power. Let's show those Nazis Jew
power." We pushed again and again. The bus
moved. It was free. So were we.
Totally relieved, the group of 18, of chai. piled
on to the bus. And this time, the bus moved,
away from the crematorium, away from the
desolation, away from the horror into the falling
shadows of the night.
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^fSohad planned to hijack
Je* wfl out of the country
JCJZ&g refused permission to
Iaf Ja Following worldwide
KSS the death sentences of
r0" them Eduard Kuznet-
CiluSk Dymshits were
I mmuted- Only three of the
I:"S Leningrad prisoners are
Hftorison Yosef Mendele-
|Sl,li who is Jewish, and Yuri
Krov and Alexei Murzhenko.
EuTnon-Jews. All the others
|L ... reached Israel, including
BSetsov and Dymshits who
Cere released in the spring of
I,.,ti in exchange for two Soviet
Loir- arrested by the Americans.
fin the meantime, more than
LuiOOO other Jews succeeded in
having the Soviet Union. Most
Iwenl to Israel but an increasing
Lumber have gone to North
{America.
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The negative side of the
Israeli balance was headed
by the resurgence of
worldwide anti-Semitism,
cloaked as anti-Zionism. It
was fueled by the official
creed of the Soviet Union, as
well as by a rampant Islamic
fanaticism.___________
Although the Soviet invasion
of Afganistan does not rightly
belong to a survey of the 1970s,
since it is the unhappy
inauguration of the decade of the
'80s, nevertheless its immediate
conjunction with the outgoing
decade merits attention.
The Israel Prime Minister's
office said that if the United
States should ask Israel for use of
its naval or air bases, the request
would receive favorable con-
sideration.
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thanl<^ for all the blessings
of the past and to wish to
all of our friends
all of the blessings that a
bountiful and merciful God
can bestow
jrcace of heart ana mind
and cjooa fortune tnruoptt
tne coming year.
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Sr. Vice Commander
Alton Zucker
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?* September
EACH YEA* the Urutad Ni
ob Human Rights iiimtti in Geneva,
to hefc promote sad protect bomm rights around
the world. Gathered m a modt chamber at the
Palace d"Naooo. the three dozen mrmhtr states
of the CommiarioB laactad by the UN
EeoDomic and SoaeJ Council lor a three- year term
_ dveoM each important cajeatiops ae whether
-~tsHi^ should be done about the genocide in
Cambodia, or whether a study team should be
eent to xrveatajete prison conditions on the Weat
Bask Thii may sound impreaarva, but during the
Pun111iiann'a 26-year eirenre it
to M nli**i rorpnsaigiy bttle-
The United Nations Cirri rraarirei on Hi
Rights is an important organoation. for it brags
together orh (averse countries as Yugoeiavsa.
S>-na. and the Ivory Coast to talk shoot human
ngnta. Bat thts should not obsmie the fact that
until 1976. the Comaussaon never took ecoon
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hum<*n Rights
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gbts violations. Only than did tht?S^Ua,B
finaJry deckle thaTta. **mia*Z ija**?
Uganda dneereedniorethauijuet rhetoric! ^"
MANY NON-WESTERN nation, fear that tl-
internationahxatx>n of human righta, as emh^iJ
a, exiatanc. of Human Rigi*Iconnno^
lead to interference in their mternliarfSnM
are right: any international body concerned wh
human righta must by its vary nature on, mT
other nations' domestic concerns
There is considerable truth to the aaaertir.v
the Soviet Union publicly perceives^S.^
human righta as occurring nearh/ acini?
-j^. -Mr S^*^lg
With only minor exceptions, according to the
Soviets, proved human righta violations do not
exist in other countries. In particular, such
violations would never be found in countries such
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day
September 12, I960
* Jewish HerkUari
Pagelfc-C
Uaanda or the S*^4*' Union itself. And even if
Miman rights violations could be proved to exist
other oountries they would be insignificant
m_nnd to the gross and consistent denial of
EaTrights found in Israel. South Africa and
Chile.
VALENTIN ZORIN has been the Head of the
Soviet delegation to the UNHRC for many years.
His condemnation of Israel's alleged violations of
human rights with respect to the issue of self-
determination and the alleged torture of Pales-
tinian Arabs has been sharp.
Zorin's opening speech at the 34th session of
the UNHRC in 197a condemned Israel's oc-
cupation of Arab lands as a violation of human
rights He placed great emphasis on the General
Assembly's resolutions against Israeli practices,
and reiterated in this and other speeches that
Zionism was "racist" and worthy of being
denounced.
Clearly, according to the Soviet delegate, Israel
actions constitute a grave violation of human
rights and a threat to peace. The "aspiration of
the Israeli authorities to eliminate the Arab
nation," the refusal of Israel to recognize the
Palestine Liberation Organization, torture, mass
arrests, and other acts which are "absolutely
incompatible with the International Declaration
of Human Rights ... and fall into the category of
genocide," he declared.
SOVIET CONDEMNATION of human rights
violations in South Africa at the UN Human
Rights Commission has been equally vehement.
Zorin emphasized the importance of granting self-
determination to the people of South Africa, and
condemned not only the white racist regime that
runs the country, but also those forces which
support and aid the ruling minority. Zorin cited
certain Western corporations, NATO, and Israel
as agents in support of racism in South Africa.
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'holography
|929Collins Ave -MB.. PL 33141-672-5363
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133 NW 155 Dr.Miami-625-6789
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300 Collins Ave.-Sunny I sle-931-8256
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1220 NE 161st Street NORTH MIAMI BEACH
932-9790 940-1129
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2300 Pine Tree Drive 673-7120 Miami Beach
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13811 NW 19th Ave. Opa Locka 685-2469
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A Happy New Year
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W.4 Ave.-Hia.S2hl 112
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2 st-M.B.-538-eeai
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9585 Collins Avenue Surf side 866-8051
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5900 So. Dixie Hwy. Happy New Year 661-1026
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of Fla. Inc.
1370 Washington Ave. Mr. Ross. Owner 531-5739
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Headliner Beauty Salon
7314 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 868-1110
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Printers Press Inc.
1110 BrkkeU Ave. Suite 301 374-6789
MR. PETER GUERRA, Owner
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Pan American
Chemical Co.
P.O. Box 016189 Miami 379-1881
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American Plumbing &
Electrical Supplies
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Patient's Center
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31K1 Coral Way
Miami
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445-2662
Chile, the final member of the "holy trinity,"
was subject to severe Soviet condemnation of its
human rights practices at the 1978 meeting of the
i UN Human Rights Commission, as it has been
ever since the overthrow of Allende. Torture,
mass disappearances, and indiscriminate arrests
were cited by the Soviet delegate. Zorin under-
scored this in an article he wrote shortly there-
after in which he pointed to the "tyranny and
violence (that) have taken over this long-suffering
Latin American country."
THE POSITION taken by the Soviet
delegation at the 1978 session of the Human
Rights Commission on Uganda was consistent
with their overall approach to human rights.
During the first 33 years of its existence, the
UNHRC refused to take substantive action
against a country that allegedly violated human
rights consistently. And even when the' Corn-
Continued on Page20-C
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Happy New Year
Markman Galleries, Inc.
140 NE 40th St.
Miami 545-7426
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Marco Polo
Travel Agency
633 NE 167 St.
North Miami Beach 652-7444
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Best wishes for a healthy and 1210 Washington Ave.
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Miami Beach 865-5757
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sv;,u ^t-twi ion
Page2f>C
> Mniit- fkrkU^r
human Rights f lascoinGeneva
Continued from Page !*
mission took action against Uganda, poetics, not
Amin's genocide, played the major role in its
decision
The Soviet delegation would have preferred
that no action eier be taken agamst Uganda, but
given the choice between allowing the UNHRC to
take limited, secret action, or have the Western
countries initiate public debate on human rights
violations in that country, the USSR chose the
former alternative
For the past decade and a half, the UNHRC has
been working on drafting a Declaration of the
Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of
Discrimination Based on Rengion or Belief The
Soviet Union has been an active participant in
working on this resolution-
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HOWEVER, this participation has been more
negative than anything else. In 1979. just as the
working group on religious intolerance was
searing unanimity on a preamble for the dec-
laration, the delegate of the USSR proposed the
following wording.
Freedom to manifest one's religion or beliefs
may be subject only to such limitations as are
prescribed by law and are necessary to protect
public safety, order, health or morals or the
fundamental rights and freedoms of others.
This wording is unacceptable to the West, and
to certain Moslem and Latin American states.
The Soviets were aware of this: their purpose in
supporting and introducing this paragraph was to
prevent any declaration from being approved
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2203 SU 23rd Ave 6351281
fear To All
Rich Photos
1600 West Flagler Street 643-2141
Alt Our Fnends A Cusi
A Happ V.
Sikes Tile Dist.
4010 NW 24th St. 871-3950
Happy S'eu Year To All
RIKKI's Studio
2256 Coral Way 856-6741
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
Miami Beach Optical
Center. Inc.
1579 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 534-0595
Happy New Year To All
Fontana Shoes Co.
217 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 673-5656
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
Metro Sandwich Shop
152 NE 1st Avenue 371-3859
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
Meridian
Apothecary Shop
1680 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
538-0424
Jim Newcomb Tree
Surgeons
190 Tamiami Brvd-Miami-261-2301
Happy New Year To All
Morningstar
Jewelers
HOLLYWOOD 119 N. 20 Ave.
Happy New Year To All
923-2373
Georgino's
Beauty Salon
289 Sunny Isles Blvd. Miami Beach 94Q-9xnQ
A Vtry Happy New Year To All
Friday. September
'2-1980
declaration were accepted
would for all practical purposes
And if such a .
Soviet limitations wouia ror an practical purpost
negate its pro-religious effects within the Soviet
Union itself. It is not difficult to maintain a claim
of protecting "public safety."
Indeed, in numerous instance*. Soviet officials
have said that certain religious individuals,
through their teachings, have acted to corrupt
the morals" of children- Thus, should the Dec-
laration evolve into a convention the Soviet
Union could use international law and approval to
justify its anti-religious activities.
NO DISCUSSION of an international forum in
which the Soviets participate would be complete
without a mention of the resolution thev intro-
duced condemning the neutron bomb This
resolution did not suffer lengthy debate at the
33rd session of the UNCHR the Soviets quickly
withdrew it when the British tabled a resolution
OverhoWs Jewelers
7220 Red Road S. Miami 665-2112 Crossroads Bldg.
Wish to all friends and customers
a Happy New Year
Opa Locka Drugs, Inc.
401 Opa Locka Blvd. Opa Locka 681-3122 688-623)
Happy S'eu Year To Al
Savin Corp.
9500 NW 41 St. Miami 591-8000
Happy S'e: Year To All
Gordon Roofing &
Sheet Metal Working
1450 NW21 St. Miami 125-8281
Happ: \ : Ai
L. Gelvan Enterprises
990! NW80 \ve Hialeah Garden? -. 29
.'/. BV.V.
Concord Cafeteria
1921 Collins Ave. MB 1883
Happy Net Yea M
J. VERICAT
Personalized Custom Tailors
Happy S\:. Year
To The Entire Jewish Community
1025 Kane Concourse 866-3827
Golden Touch
Beauty Salon
Happy S'eu Year
Unisex Haircutting
Complete Beauty Service
6981 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 865-6428
Mr. Carmen Hairstylist
1604 Washington. Miami Beach 534-2900
Happy S'eu Year
Commissioner
Barry D. Schreiber
and family wish you and your loved ones
health and happines for the
coming S'eu ) ear
AVALON HOTEL
and BEACON HOTEL
700 Ocen Drive 534 4601
720 Ocean Drive 531-5891
__________________A Happy New Year To Ajl_
BILL MILLER
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
and Steak House
3590 NW 79th St. Miami 691-9899
_______New Year Greetings to AU_
Oscar Awning
12147 NW 7th Ave. N. Miami 681-2762
Happy New Year
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,


iday. September 12,1980
+Jenisti fhriU^r
Page21-C
condemning the use of paychiatric institutions to
violate human righta.
Rather than condemn the United States for its
attack on alleged human righta violations in the
USSR the Soviet Union pursues a different tack:
Its leaders denounce the American condemnation
as an illegal, inappropriate interference in the
internal affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics.
To a significant extent, the Soviet Union sees
western and American condemnation of Soviet
human rights violations as a product of anti-
Sovietism, anti-communism, and as a holdover
from the cold war. It believes that one of the main
purposes of the individuals and groups who
criticize it to be to change the domestic structure
of the Soviet Union.
IN SUMMATION, the Soviet Union resists
the imposition of international standards about
human rights because of the negative im-
plications this increasing world concern for
human rights has on its domestic and foreign
policies.
Such "internationalization" tends to promote
Western views, giving them primacy over what
the Soviets consider to be more crucial rights,
including the right to self-determination. (Many
of the international organizations concerned with
human rights are Western creations.)
"Internationalization" also places the USSR in
a bind: It cannot evade and deny massive
evidence indicating human rights violations in its
allied states but, on the other hand, it cannot
speak against the friendly countries. Therefore,
the USSR has evolved a universal solution
prevent public debate on human rights problems
in all countries (save Israel, South Africa and
Chile) as much as possible.
WHAT CAN be said in general about the
future of the UN Commission on Human Rights
and specifically about the Soviet Union's role in
it? It is nearlv certain that the Soviet delegation
will continue to try to prevent the Commission
~*ui fulfilling its true" function: promoting
human rights.
And it is also likely that the Soviet Union will
join the Syrians and others who would prefer to
spend most of the Commission's time con-
demning Israel for violating the Palestinian's
rights rather than nations where genocide rages.
The holy three, Israel, South Africa and Chile,
but especially Israel, will continue to remain on
the Soviet Union's "hit list." Whether in spite of
this the Commission can actually manage to do
good work is its challenge for the future.

[Werner Kahn
Photographers
J923 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Hiami-531-1872
lappy New Year To All______
[earne Electric
14801 NE 20 Ave
j.M.B. 944-7799
iappy New Year To All
Jet Travel
)MPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE
2268 SW 8th St. / Miami / 541-1864
|1128 W. 29 St. / Hia. / 883-0078
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\The Dance-Gym-Den
9300 S. Dixie Hyw.
liami 661-5889
iappy New Year To All
}umpernik' s
lestaurant
M7 E. HaUandale Beach Blvd.
lallandale 944-6663
111415 S. Dixie Hwy ., _._
fcliami 235-2424 HaPPy New Year T AU
|Harry E. Wardell Inc.
tEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
:ONSULTANTS
72 Bird Rd. / Miami / 223-9441
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look Horizons
[110 S. Dixie Hwy. / C.G. /665-6161
Wish To All Friends and
Customers A Happy New Year
Miami Eye Clinic
43 NE 2nd Street Miami 379-2467
Wishes All Their Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Miami Beach Radio Co.
1229 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 672-7575
Wishes All Their Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Krome Cleaners
426 North Krome Ave.
Homestead 247-3024
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Cusomters
'he Place for Wheels
[3001 N. Kendall Dr. / Miami / 596-0056
iappy New Year To AU
larriott Hotel & Racket
Hub
[201 NW 42 Ave. / Miami / 649-5000
loppy New Year To AU
merican Plumbing &
Electrical Supply
IRS Alton Rd. / M.B. / 532-3446
am To AU Fri">ds and Customers
]A Happy New Year
K & K Trailer
Supplies
23215 South U.S. Hwy. 1 South Miami 245-1212
Happy New Year To All
Kendall Sunoco
8797 So. Dixie Highway
Happy New Year
To AU Our Friends A Customers
665-1667
FOTO SHAK
9538 SW 160th St. 253-2244
Wishes AU Their Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year
Decorator By Guillen
230 East 56th St. Hialeah 885-1135
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Customers
MR. KOPY
Rancor International
"ravel Wholesalers
SE 2 Ave./Suite 811
liami / 374-4770
iappy New Year To AU
Shelborne Hotel
J801 Collins Ave./M.B./531-1271
Wish To All Friends And Customers
A nappy New Year
Merle Norman Cosmetics
7851 W. FlaglerlMidway Mall) ft
Miami 261-0331
Wish To All Friends And
Customers A Happy New Year
120 Madeira Ave. Coral Gables 443-1591
Happy New Year
To AU Our Friends A Customers
Miami Springs
Cyclery
157 Westward Drive Miami Springs 887-6068
Wishes AU Their Friends A Customers
A Happy New Year_____________
Atlantic Hosiery
4705 NW 132nd St. Opa Locka 685-7617
Happy New Year To AU
Medical Arts Drugs
836 NW 183rd St. North Miami 652-6340
A Very Happy New Year
To AU Our Friends A Customers
Golden Comb Salon
337 Alcazar Coral Gables 443-7158
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Andy Frain Service
1000 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 532-4818
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
.
Ponderosa Electric Corp.
7803 NW 64 St. Miami 592-2280
Wish to all friends and customers
a Happy New Year
Twery's Imports
160 NE 40 St. Miami 576-0564
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Tropicana Motel
15645 Collins Ave MB 947-5603
Happy New Year To All
Tony Lopez Sculptor
192 NW 36 St. Miami 573-1517
Happy New Year To All
Tom Palmer's Roof-Rite
Co., Inc.
15 NE 17 Terr. 374-5125
Happy New Year To AU
Team Mobile Service
3647 NW 36 St. Miami 635-2970
Happy New Year To AU
Swim-"N"-Sport
Shops, Inc.
Ill Miracle Mile Coral Gables 446-5658
Happy New Year To AU
Sunset Travel
8770 Sunset Dr. Miami 279-3304
Wish to all friends and customers
a Happy New Year
Sam Bloom Plumbers
900 NW 144 St. Miami 688-9668
Happy New Year To AU
Keyes City Insurance
Agency,
1550 Madruga Ave. Coral Gables 66.*$521
Happy New Year Jb AU
Howard Johnson

Motor Lodge
4000 Alton Rd. MB 532-4411
Happy New Year^oAU
Frank B. Hall and
Company of Florida
2600 Douglas Road
\fiappy New Year Miami 448-2211
Gene Snyder & Co.
229 Sunny Isles Blvd.
Miami Beach 947-3566
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Fridy.SeptB
the Outgoing yeaa in philately
By ISRAEL I. BICK
Nov. 14 marked the final issue
dale for 1979 Israeli stamps. And
what an auspicious ending to the
philatelic year!
Lets start with the lovely
multicolored 8.50 value honoring
the International Year of the
Child. Its delightful vertical
design should please any and all
collectors. The stamp is most
appropriate, since Israel has
always been a child-oriented
nation, in the great Jewish
tradition. And it is no surprise
that the government has enacted
special legislation providing for
children's basic rights and needs.!
including education, health and
welfare services.
You might say that every year'
is the year of the child in Israel.
Thus its people pay sincere and
constant honor to the resolution
of the United Nations General
Assembly which, in declaring
1979 the International Year of
the Child, attempted to focus
attention on children's needs
throughout the world.
ALTHOUGH THE stamps
designer cannot accurately be
called a "child."* 24-year-old Miri
SieglerEliya certainly exhibits
the charm of youth in this work.
SieglerEliya is currently
completing her studies at the
Bezalel Academy of Art in
Jerusalem.
Coincidentally, genuine
children's art shares the
spotlight, as far as Israel s
November stamps are concerned.
Another issue, this time a set of
three, (180. 4.00 and 5.001. is
entitled: Children Paint
Jerusalem." And they do it with
verve and imagination.
These stamps resulted from an
international competition of
children's drawings, held as part
of the celebration of the first
decade since Jerusalem's
reunification. The competition
was sponsored by various
businesses and government
agencies, the City of Jerusalem
and the Israel Museum.
YOUNGSTERS were invited
to depict the Jerusalem they
know or have learned about. Over
100.000 drawings were received
from 40 countries. Of these,
judges chose 450 for exhibition at
the Youth Wing of the Israel
Museum. The exhibits were then
sub-divided into three touring
displays for presentation
throughout the world. In ad-
dition, some 100 drawings were
selected for a special book to be
published in ten languages.
Two of the slam
designed by Israeli chuf
shows worshipper. ,
Western Wall. The si'
with the vision of tE?1
days and the subect j
which, for obvious reason,I
great interest to TyLT
Jewish. Christian and m!
citizens of j^Jj
Returning to the adult wo*
albeit reluctantly, we finda2
inspiring three-stamp ^J
commemorating
figures in IsgraelsPa
history. The 7.00 value 5l
Dr. Arthur Ruppin. oft*! 5
the father of Zionist
tlement."
Biscayne Cafeteria
1917 Biscayne Blvd. -Miami-33132
576-1712 .
Happy New Year To All
Biscayne Miracle
Mile Cafeteria
147 Miracle Mile-C.G.Fl-33134
443-6531
Xeu Year Greetings
Photographic
Services
2645 SW 37th Ave.
Happy New Year To All
444-0252
Poe & Associates Inc.
18441 NW 2 Ave.-Miami-33169
653-6610
Happy New Year
Westchester
Hair Styling
3497 Coral Way-Miami-266-2153
Happy New Year To All
Mishael Inc.
8236 NW 56 St.Miami-592-9912
Happy New Year To All
Martha's Flower Shop
3921 Alton RdJ-Near 41 St.-M.B.
538-5523
Happy New Year To All
Pastry Lane
Bakery
1688 NE 164th St. North Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
944-5934
Olimpia Motel
15701 Collins Ave. North Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
947-6541
Nuria's Beauty Salon
1710 Alton Road Miami Beach 672-7031
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
True Electric Co,
15771 NW 16 Ct. Miami 620 J
Happy Neu Year To Am
Lang Roof & Tile Co.
573 NW 71 St.Miami-758-1009
Happy New Year
Piscis Pool Service
13420 SW20th Terrace Miam i
Happy New Year To All
553-4438
Original Office
Furniture Inc.
2663 NW 23rd St. Miami 636-4707
Happy New Year To All
Perfect Electronics Inc.
9541 Harding Ave.-M.B.-8661735
Happy New Year To All
Personalized Nails
7000 SW 62 Ave.-Miami-665-3063
Happy New Year
Normandy Isle
Decorating Center
1118 Normandy Drive Miami Beach 866-6602
Happy New Year To All
Tally-Ho Tailors, IncJ
Uniforms and Accessories. Airplane Modi
for Airlines throughout the world
5399 NW 36 St. Miami Springs 871-62%
__________________Happy Neu Year To Al
Cat & Dog Styling
By Renee
1644 NE 123 St. N. Miami 8911117
Happy New Year To All
North Kendall
Drive Mobil
9949 SW 88th St.
Happy New Year To All
271-1350
McKinney Supply Co
300 NE 71 St. Miami 751-8543
Wish to all friends and customers
a Happy Sew Year
Sounds Unlimited
Enterprises Inc.
The Best Music for anv Occasion
5540 NW 7 St. Miami 541-26*
Happy New Year To All
MR. TUX
8979 Bird Road Miami 5521166
Happy New Year To All
Pinon Shirtmakers
2415 Biscayne Blvd.-Miami-573-4U2
Happy New Year To All
Pipe Connection
Inc.
12010 SW 114 Pl.Miami-251-9467
Happy New Year To All
J. P. REALTY
5440 Palm Avenue Hialeah 558-0625
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Very Happy New Year
The Salvation Army
1398 SW 1st. Miami 643-4900
Happy New Year To All
Smith Hamilton Shop
3642 NW 37 Ave. Miami 633-6372
Happy New Year ToAll\
Independent Linen
Service
942 SW 8th St. 856-0125 856-0127
Wishes All Their Friends < Customers
A Happy New Year
Pete'8 Lawn
Mower Service
8195 NW 17 Ave.Miami-693-0221
Happy New Year To All
Pampered Lady Women's
Apparel
Jackson
Electric Co., Inc.
11371 SW 208th Drive Mia'mi
Happy New Year To All
235-2541
17589 Dadeland Mall-Miami-661-7517
[Happy New Year To All
Imperial Optical
Manufacturers
545 West 18th St. Hialeah
Happy New Year To All
885-5035
Canton of Westchester
Restaurant
2501 SW 87 Ave. Miami 552-5292 552-9264
Happy New Year To All
J. K. Floors
& Service '
1041 NE 161st Terrace Miami
Happy New Year To All
947-8803
The Greater Miami
Opera Association
Miami 8541643
Wish to all Friends a Happy New Year
Gancedo Lumber
9300 NW 36 Ave. Miami 836-7030
Happy New Year To AU
Carmel Bakery
847 Washington Ave. MB 538-7592
Happy New Year ToAU
Atlantic
Equipment
800 N. Miami Ave. 373-3351
Happy New Year ToAU
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Pndav. September 12,1980
Jen/$#? fkridicir
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At the Jewish Spcmts hall of pame
Continued from Page 9-C
became a Jew.
"Yes, I did for to me a Jew became more
than just a member of a particular minority
group in a specific place and in a specific time.
He became a cause and it had a name
freedom) Freedom on the individual spirit to
express itself according to the dictates of its own
conscience.
"Today the wandering Jew wanders no more.
Nor does he wonder who he is or what he is.
"He stands like a beacon light in a world that
has often been darkened by the shame of racial
and religious hatred. He glows inwardly and out-
wardly with the knowledge that while he is
Leslie Dane Kennels
BILL HUCK Manager
Boarding-Grooming All Breeds-Obedience-Tattooing
8200 SW 123 Ave. New Year Greetings 271-6874
Fox's Sherron Inn
6030 South Dixie Highway Miami Fla. 666-2230
Happy New Year to All
Dadeland Pool Co.
RESID. COMM. SERVICE REPAIRS
14094 SW 84 St. Miami 595-5181
A Joyous New Year To All
"Mikes Cigars Of
Miami Beach"
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach 538-6707
Happy New Year
Brooks American
Sprinkler
2430 NW 79th St. 691-1182 Miami Fla 33147
Happy New Year To All
Goodies Delicatessen
1645 Washington Ave. MB. 531-6215
Happy New Year
FLORIDA LACE AND
BRAID, INC.
565-575 NW 24 Street Miami, Fla. 573-8020
Happy New Year
Picasso Clothing
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
576 NW 27 Street Phone 576-2967
657 Lincoln Road Mall Phone 358-7642
The Village Travel
Shoppe Inc.
10752 Sunset Drive, Miami Phone 596-2600
Wishes A Happy New Year To All
Floridian Furniture
4795 SW 8th Street Miami, Fla.
448-2639
Happy New Year
FEDCO
1605 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 531-7307
Happy New Year
Miami Beach Police
Athletic League
999 11 Street '
Miami Beach 531-5636
Happy & Joyous New Year
Don Mullen
Favorite Fashions
232 Miracle Mile
Coral Gable. 443-3009
Happy New Year
imperfect like all of his fellow men, he has given
the world an historic lesson in survival. Survival
with dignity and confidence and courage and
grace.
"WHETHER intellectual prince or peasant,
today's Jew has done what millions who went
before him tried but could not do. He has proved
to the world that to be a Jew is still something
special and something different. But the artificial
inferiority complex that was laminated on his
psyche by centuries of oppression is gone
forever. It was blasted away by the rise of Israel.
;i tiny state in a vast hostile land that seems to
be all muscle but has left room for much heart.
And yet. this same home that beckons the
homeless from all over the world continues to
Joan's Gallery
10442 SW 186 St. Miami 232-1653
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Higginbothem Tire
CASH & CARRY
3300 SW 8th St. Miami 443-4816
New Year Greetings
Head-Beckham
Insurance Agency, Inc.
777 Brickell Ave. Miami 358-8000
New Year Greetings
Joseph Custom Tailor
159 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables 443-8893
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Yar
Wolfies Restaurant
2038 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 538-6626
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
American Radio
& Tel., Inc.
1317 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
531-9784
Chinese Village
5958 So. Dixie Hwy. 667-2125
A Very Happy New Year
Miami
Juvenile Center Inc.
2031 NE 163 St.
North Miami Beach
947-1777
18844 S. Dixie Hwy.
Miami
235-6531
New Year Greetings
International
Transmissions
17900 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami
New Year Greetings
652-2844
Rose Septic Tank
Company
8295 NW 93rd St. Medley, Fla. 887-5594
New Year Greetings
Hershey Window
Service
Windows-Screens-Venetian blinds-Saf-T-IGuards
820 Sixth St. New Year Greetings Miami
' 672-1874 _______.
MR. and MRS. MARVIN ZALIS
and DAUGHTERS
SHARON and LORI
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
New Year
Oscars Restaurant
6713 Suneet Drive Miami 667-5154
New Year Greetings
hold out to its historic enemies friendship with
one hand while it clings to its rifle with the
other.
"And it is our view that it is the hand that
holds the rifle that eventually will end the
current troubles in the Middle East. Today,
strong, proud and determined Israel is more
united than ever before and it belongs not to the
' Jewish alone but to all the world. In our view it
is a flesh and blood statue of liberty.
"And it is in this context that we salute and
honor Israel, to say as a proud American acutely
aware of his own nation's bloody battles for sur-
vival, we recognize you for what you are: a
brother in an imperfect world, striving for what
we si rive for the dignity of all men and
their inherent right to be free. Israel has caught
the torch of liberty and to her we say hold it
high. And let no force on earth ever dim its light,
much less extinguish its flame."
Enness Garment Co. Inc.
590 NW 27 St.
Miami 576-4996
We Wish Everyone A Very Happy New Year
American Mailing Service
5050 E. 11th Avenue
Hialeah 685-6401
Happy New Year To All
Breakwater Hotel
940 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach 531-1184
We Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Central Hardware Co.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach 531-0836
Specializing in Gourmet Cookery
Radio-Color TV-HiFi Stereo
New Year Greetings
Dutch Packing Co., Inc.
4115 NW 28 St.
Miami 871-3640
Happy New Year to Everyone
Electronic
Equipment Inc.
4027 NW 24th Street
Miami 871-3500
Happy New Year to All!
Edward's Produce Co. Inc.
1100 NW 21 St.
Miami 324-6143
Happy New Year to Everyone
Fine Decorators, Inc.
1051 NW 3rd St.
Hallandale 944-8400
Happy New Year to Everyone
Kaufman Press
1445 North Miami Avenue
Miami 374-3587
Happy New Year to
All Our Friends and Customers
Camp Mountain Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage
and Family Wish
All Their Friends A Very
Happy New Year
George's Super
Sub Shop
4580 SW 8th St.
Miami 443-1713-651-5904
Happy New Year to Everyone
W. L. Nass & Sons, Inc.
7250 NE 4th Avenue
Miami 754-7808
Happy New Year from All
of Us to All of You
Dade Pipe & Plumbing
975 NE 163 St.
N. Miami Beach 949-0801
A Happy New Year to Everyone


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Europeans have chosen to dramatize the divisive effects of the Camp David agreements in the Arab world .
PLO Gains During Outgoing Year
euRope's elite move towaR6 Arabv
By ROBERT WISTRICH
London Chronicle Syndicate
IN RECENT months a concerted campaign has
been mounted by the PLO to win diplomatic
recognition in Europe. The first major success in
this offensive was the royal reception accorded in
Vienna in August, 1979 to the PLO leader, Yasir
Arafat, by the Austrian Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky. The Vienna talks between Dr. Kreisky,
Willy Brandt, chairman of the German Social
Democratic Party and Arafat produced no
immediate practical results, but they had a
symbolic significance which should not be un-
derrated.
In the presence of two such distinguished
representatives of the Socialist International, the
accent was placed on the PLO's diplomatic
credentials and all talk of armed struggle, of the
Ayotollah Khomeini and an Islamic Holy War to
liberate Palestine was quietly shelved for the
occasion.
UNDER THE cover of the Socialist Inter-
national, the blood-stained terrorism of the PLO
acquired a new halo of cultured respectability.
As subsequent events were to show, the purpose
of Dr. Kreisky's whitewashing operation was to
make his "friend," Arafat, salonfahig in Western
Europe. Seven months later, "neutral" Austria
became the first West European country to
recognize the PLO in defiance of all previous
diplomatic conventions.
It would be easy of course to shrug this off as
an unfortunate by-product of Dr. Kreisky's long-
standing Arabian Nights fantasia. Austria is,
after all, only an insignificant little Alpine
Republic, incapable of affecting the geopolitical
balance in the Middle East. But such a facile
dismissal would be unjustified at a time when
Israel's "special relationship" with its two most
important allies, the United States and West
Germany, is under a cloud and most West Euro-
pean leaders appear to have forgotten that there
are two parties to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
RECENT TRENDS within the EEC make it
obvious that the Arafat bandwagon is acquiring
an irresistible momentum.
The European Economic Community, meeting
in Venice on June 12-13, resolved that the PLO
should be "associated" with the trilateral talks
on autonomy involving the United States, Israel
and Egypt.
The EEC move in essence dealt a severe blow
to the Camp David peace accords and went even
further to cement the image of Arafat's
"respectability" in the mind of the world. There
is today a virtual consensus in Western Europe
that Palestinian self-determination (the code
word for an independent Palestinian State) is the
key to resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict and to
stabilizing the Middle East as a whole. This con-
sensus has if anything, been strengthened by the
aftermath of the Iranian Revolution and the
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
These geopolitical setbacks have highlighted
the erosion of American power over the past
decade and the vulnerability of the West to
contingent events in the Persian Gulf. Soviet
encirclement of the Gulf and the Arabian Penin-
sula threatens to cut off the lifeline of the
Western industrial democracies while the new
wave of Islamic radicalism represents a serious
danger to the internal stability of all the Gulf
regimes.
PARADOXICALLY, these events have
strengthened the hand of the PLO, especially in
Western Europe. European leaders have been
I especially susceptible to Saudi claims that in-
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stability in the Gulf is directly related to the un-
resolved Palestinian question. They have con-
vinced themselves that only in pressuring Israel
will it be possible for the West to form a
grouping of Arab-Islamic nations capable of
resisting Soviet incursions. The current loss of
American credibility in the Arab world,
especially among the so-called moderate." pro-
Western States like Saudi Arabia. Kuwait. Bah-
rein and Jordan, appears to have opened up
newer possibilities for a European initiative. The
time seems ripe, according to this assessment.
for a new relationship between the Western
Powers and Islam, with Europe as the "honest
broker."
Given the priorities of the cash-nexus and the
dependence of Europe's prosperity and security
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pay the bill. Thus, in February, the Irish
Foreign Minister. Mr. Lenihan, in a joint state-
ment with Bahrein, called for Israel's "complete
withdrawal" from all territories occupied in 1967
(including East Jerusalem! and the establish-
ment of a PLO-controlled Arab State on the
West Bank of the Jordan.
While in March, during a spectacular six-
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Italians and Belgians have been no less forth-
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PLO as a negotiating partner in the peace
prTHE UNDERLYING motivation for all these
statements has of course been a fairly trans-
Trent economic self-interest and desire to ac-
"^lerate the Euro-Arab dialogue. The Europeans
are naturally anxious to secure future oil sup-
plies and to avoid at any cost a repetition of the
Arab oil embargo of 1973, however unlikely it
mav be that the Saudis would allow commitment
uTthe Palestinians to dictate their oil policy. The
French, British and West Germans all require
clients for their industrial exports and see in the
oil-producing countries a lucrative market for
their armaments and technical know-how.
Beyond this, there are also political factors.
The French have a compulsive desire to mark
themselves off from Washington and to under-
Pax Americana in the region, while
to cultivate their "special relation-
mine any
continuing
ship" with Moscow. The Germans under Chan-
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"cellor Schmidt have become the geopolitical
powerhouse of Europe, and their growing ties
with the Soviet bloc, the Moslem nations and the
Third World, are impelling them towards a more
activist role in world affairs.
Like the British and French, they have been
alarmed at the lack of American leadership and
Washington's uncertain handling of the crises in
Iran and Afghanistan. No longer unconditionally
aligned towards America, they feel strong
enough to pursue a foreign policy based on their
own national self-interest. Nor are they prepared
for the sake of Israel and fading memories of the
Holocaust to be drawn into a confrontation
posture with the Arab States or the PLO.
THIS BACKGROUND helps to explain
Europe's lukewarm response to the American-
sponsored Peace Treaty between Israel and
Egypt. There has been little recognition in
Western Europe of the positive sides to this
historic event arguably, the most constructive
political achievement in the Middle East in
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242 or its commitment to the PaiestinJaB
Sational Charter. In other words. Europe ex
pects Israel to accept the PLO as a negotiatm*
partner. even though the ptiiaipl oo which ita
based involve an unequivocal negation of the
existence and legitimacy of a Jewish State
THE FOLLY and self-deception of this stance
is only equalled by its cynical opportunism I'
Yasir Arafat entered East Jerusalem tomorrow
as President of an independent Palestine State
and his Mo scow-trained guerrillas occupied the
Samanar. heights, not only would the Arab-
Israel: conflict be greatly envenomed, but
tension throughout the region would markedly
increase The Palestinian forces, standing witftn
ten miles of Israel's fertile coastal plain and mor.
densely populated industrial centers would
scarcely be tempted to abandon their dream of
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liberating the whole of Palestine.
On the contrary, their ultra-nationalist dreams
and ambitions could only be raised to a fever
pitch, and they would have no further incentive
to abandon the sacred objectives of their
National Covenant. The small size and economic
non-viability of their mini-State would drive
them inevitably to lay claim to neighboring
Israel and Jordan. The rejectionist Arab States
would acquire a new and far more favorable
launching-pad for a fifth Arab war to destroy the
Jewish State, while the Soviet Union would
obtain a perfect base from which to destabilize
the entire area.
In a PLO-controlled State, the prospects of
any "moderate" elements winning out in a power
struggle would be extremely remote. Even if, by
some miracle, this occurred, and the Palestinian
leadership abandoned its principles and ideology,
a few guerrilla raids by dissident factions would
suffice to throw the area into a major war.
Israel, deprived of all strategic depth, would be
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obliged to resort to a first strike at the smallest
provocation. Thus, an independent PLO State
would almost inevitably be a formula for per-
petual insecurity, disorder and destabilization
throughout the region, if not a prelude to a third
world war.
NOR WOULD such a "solution" resolve any
of the West's major preoccupations in the area
such as the energy shortage, the turmoil in Iran,
the fragility of the oil-rich regimes in the Persian
Gulf^ or the Soviet presence in Afghanistan,
South Yemen and the Horn of Africa. Iran and
Iraq would still be at loggerheads, Syria on the
brink of civil war, Lebanon in chaos, and the
tidal-wave of Islamic radicalism would continue
to advance under the slogan of liberating all of
Palestine.
The Arab oil producers, having successfully
blackmailed the West, would be encouraged to
try again. They would certainly not sell their oil
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Miami, Florida
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------cfate of Israel to be the fulfillment of the
prophecies of Jesus.
FOLLOWING HIS his spiritual encounter in
1948, Prof. Teehima began studying Jewish
laws, Hebrew, and other Jewish texts, and
passing his message to others. The establish-
ment of the State of Israel was the fulfillment of
Divine will, he taught, and it was the Makuya's
task to "show that there is a people who rejoice
in the restoration of Jerusalem and who care for
the welfare of future Israel." As Mr. Kiichiro,
one of the leaders of this year's pilgrimage, told
us through an interpreter, the State of Israel is
"one of the greatest miracles of the century,"
and the basis for many Makuya beliefs.
Most of those beliefs come from literal in-
terpretations of the Bible. The word, Makuya,
means Tabernacle, and the sect's religious centers
have Tabernacles that serve as meeting places
where prayer, singing, and often ecstatic group
meetings are held. A recent Israel television
report on the sect showed Makuya followers
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New year Greetings
Happy New Year To Everyone
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9051 South Dixie Highway Miami
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A Very Happy New Year from All of Us to AU of You
Steve's Pizza
12101 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
891-0202
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Miami
Happy New Year To All
struggling to touch the garment of one of their
leaders at such a meeting.
THE PROPHETS play an important part in
the Makuya faith. The followers of Teshima's
doctrine go through what they call "Prayers of
Sanctification," standing under strong waterfalls
or passing over hot coals barefoot. This is in
keeping with their literal interpretation of
Isaiah, verse 43:2, "When you pass through the
waters I will be with you and through the rivers
they shall not overwhelm you; When you walk
through fire you shall not be burned, and the
flame shall not consume you."
In Japan, the Makuya have their own version
of a Lubavitch Mitzva-Mobile. They call their
vehicle a "public-addressing car," which an-
nounces to Ginza strollers that "The God of
Israel lives, and His Divine history is at work."
One can find elements of Zen in the religion as
Wfcll
The fevor of the Makuya could be seen in the
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THE ANTI-DEFAMATIO*; LEAGUE of
r nt. r mz. a unusua among Jeansfc "tup* for
:w: -Btsaa. F-eaaor one r. hu hackee
Presiaen: rsrer t al for u regwrrsnor of ai:
1 ?-2.' yea--! MOf fc>r t military arai. Raesor two
r. aa< fcaaaal i staxc or the arar. issue
Tut poscjor the ADL haf taaer reSect* at
0aai H wna: r. perservef at i -.::-*---.'
sL.iaf Anna Li i resolution adapted a: ait
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Feeneq M .!r; I urgec Premae-r. QaTCat t:
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other notable groups, have no sigzfinZ
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the draft, but wfll probably do so aooc Tae drift
issue is on the agenda of the Nauonal Con
venuon of the American Jewish Coapess
.Although as not a priority" issue, it has som*
importance, since it is arhecailad to be discussed
The United Synagogue of Amenca afj ^
want to get involved in the issue uniess there
really a groundsweU of opin>-^.. sav
spokesperson Muriel Berman I naa I sev ul
not our business." she continues, ~ is oui
business (but! there's no sens* -j. a ^^
sensus on* way or the other at the Hrfirat
The Synagogue CouncO of Amenca -as not
taker, a stand, since it feels that its ="-a:Dents
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+Jewlstifk>rMlnn
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represent the consensus of its constituents and,
says a spokesperson, it "cannot convene a
special meeting for every issue that comes up."
DESPITE THE silence, which is the case in
the general populace as well, the draft "issue is
still very much alive," according to the National
Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious
Objectors, which eyes the possibility of a draft
now that 19 and 20-year-olds are being required
Anti-draft groups monitoring the debate are
not optimistic about the chances of stopping
registration in the House, unless there is a
significant public outcry. They also fear that
peacetime registration is a step toward the
reinstatement of the draft.
Americans have short memories when it comes
to foreign policy issues. Public attention focused
on the need for a draft directly after Carter's
militaristic State of the Union message, but
since March 22, when 30,000 people rallied in
front of the Capitol Building to oppose the draft,
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the anti-draft people have been relatively quiet.
Earlier, large demonstrations reminiscent of
the Vietnam protests were staged at college
campuses across the country, and anti-draft and
pacifist groups for a time were flooded with
questions about conscientious objection and the
seriousness of Carter's proposals.
TODAY THE DRAFT is a national political
priority. Registration of some 4 million young
men has made it so. (The Union of Orthodox
Rabbis recently informed Carter that a female
draft would be antithetical to their religious
beliefs). Some Jewish groups wonder if
registration can even be considered a Jewish
issue.
Michael Saperstein, whose organization, the
Commission on Social Action of Reform
Judaism, opposed military registration, said
conscription was not a Jewish issue. Saperstein
said Jews may be reluctant to speak out against
Continued on Page 16 D ____
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r*y. September 12
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Soccec Champs plummet Puom heavenly heights


By SHIMON BEN SOACH
HOW THE -r.-^rv- save ix^es. Wxhzr. a year
Beta.- y*r_s*jeE= :a-.e crashed from being one of
;t :: -"} ? most forsBdabie soccer teams se-
tae v.i-y :: r*a&gMijac tc the Natcna. League s
Seccrc DiviwawJ h -s as I Mril'l soccer
apaocs Lr. erpo:. wen to go mto the second
i -ij:c aac ;* reminiscent of bow the once un-
TWi-g Green Bay Pacxers ieS u> the ceLar
jxL=* of Beta.- Jerusalem a more than
.--**. a soccer story I: a a story ^a: cats across
:ae socal fabric of IsraeL
Oarr last June, the streets of Jer&sajec: were
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se-gcca-...-.^ a 1-1 victory over Mac cab: Tei Aviv
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x the State Cup Final. In the National League.
Betar had finhed a dose second to Maccabi Tel
Avrv
In North Jerusalem a 20.000 seat luxury
stadium was under construction lor the team
that many predicted would dominate Israeli
soccer in the eighties- But in a reversal of for-
:une. that even Elijah would have been hard
pressed to prophesy, this season has seen Betar
-.-i-.m-t to the bottom of the National League.
THERE HAVE been problems both on and off
tbe field Misery and misfortune have plagued
the club while despair and disgrace have sur-
rounded their volatile fans The first setback was
the pre season resignation of their popular
^haLTnan Reuven Rrviin. who had been attached
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to the senior management of the club for 20
years.
All Israel's sports dobs are affiliated to
political parties and Chairman of Betar u
political appointment. Herat, Prime Minister
Menachem Begins party, made a selection that
did not work at out well. Insurance broker Amos
Aharoni aroused immense hostility from the
moment he became chairman of Betar. where
some felt he was using the post as a springboard
for a political career.
He made unpopular transfers which fostered
resentment among the players. The team was
further depleted by bad injuries to Betar s
complete forward line of Eli Miali. Yossi
Avrahami and the legendary Uri Mamilhan.
tor
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"^rfav. September 12,1980
+Je*isli fhw/kiiar
Page 11-D
Croud watching Betar Jerusalem at Jerusalem's YMCA stadium. The team, up to last year
the pride of Israeli soccer, has been relegated to the National League's Second Division. As
their team loses again, these spectators look on glumly, expressing the deep disappoint-
ment of all Betar Jerusalem fans.
::! It is as if Britain's soccer champions 9
: Liverpool were to go into the second ::
:!; division and is reminiscent of how the ::
8 once unbeatable Green Bay Packers ::
S fell to the cellar. But the decline of *:
3 Betar Jerusalem is more than just a ::
S soccer story. ::
W:*:-:*:*:*:-:*:*:-:*K^^
vho/n there was no reserve cover to replace
ihem.
AHARONI eventually resigned, but during
his reign there was also his unsuccessful attempt
to sign Ehud Ben Tovim an intriguing story
which shows the problems of Israeli soccer to be
ethnic as well as political. Ben Tovim was signed
by Betar, but the supporters of his old team Bnei
Yehuda, a largely Yemenite club from Tel Aviv's
poor Hatikvah quarter, rioted in the streets at
the loss of their favorite. They demanded that
Bnei Yehuda offer Ben Tovim financial incen-
tives to return, which they did. Ben Tovim,
touched by this demonstration of his popularity,
came back.
Betars fans reacted to this episode by beating
up the Bnei Yehuda fans when they visited
Jerusalem later in the season.
In another such incident, when Betar's fans
stoned the coach of visiting Shimshon sup-
porters. Betar were punished by being forced to
play two home games on other grounds outside
Jerusalem.
Violence among soccer fans and Betar fans
Continued on Page 20-D
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2-1980
inevitable disintegration of West European-
American culture into civilization a necessan
organic sequence with is simultaneous;',
pletion and end. which follows life as dea: -
spiritual senility. the stony. petr
metropolis "
And as to the economic framework in which
this takes place, he writes: The strea
economic life moves towards the major ra*
materBls areas: nature is exhausted, th
saenfied to the Faustian thinking in eateg
of entrerv
FOR THE engineer and his economy er.--t-.
and performance take the place of the perv
the object.
Spengier. who was born 100 years ago or. '.'..
29. 1880. the son of a civil Mrvaa
Blankenburg. now East Germany. *-
major part of this amazingtv far-sightec
between 1913 and 1917.
In 1918. when the first volume of hi Dt -.
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+Jenist Fkridfian
Page 13-D
West was published, he was avidly read
vL the Germany perhaps because he per-
illed I hem to view their own military defeat as
'^ Sd'toSSS!" published in 1922, met
with a much less enthusiastic response.
THE FACT that Spengler's Outline of a
Morphology of World History, as he calls his
work m the sub-title, retained its fame through
[to 1920s and 1930s is largely due to the Ger-
mans' susceptibility to negative Utopias.
This was promoted in equal measure by the
First and the Second World Wars. And today
rain the world is seized by visions of doom. It
trembles at the thought of dwindling energy
supplies and a global North-South conflict.
In his essay, Years of Decision (1933),
Spengler wrote on this subject: "What if one day
,!. ,lass and race struggle combine to put an
ond to the white world? This is in the nature of
things, and neither of the two revolutions will
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turn down the help of others only because or
despite them."
In Man and Technics (1931), he put forward
the curious thesis that the white peoples should
have kept their technical knowledge from the
coloureds. But instead, he wrote, they were
"proud of the admiration of Indians and
lananese."
THIS HAD inevitably turned into "the
revenge of the exploited world against its
masters."
Spengler. who resigned his position as teacher
of mathematics in 1910 and afterwards lived in
Munich as a private scholar, frequently com-
bined startling insights with abstruse recom-
mendations and outlooks.
Decline of the West closes with the evocation
of that "ambition of strong generations which
does not lie in the amassing of riches but in the
tasks of genuine leadership beyond all monetary
advantage Only blood conquers and
relinquishes money."
Although this "prophet of the conservative
revolution," as Hermann Lubbe called him.
certainly prepared the ground for the intellectual
climate of the Nazi ideology with such dire
prophecies, he himself never fell for the Nazis.
HP] SAW Hitler as a carnival dictator and
opposed his Teutonism. saying: "Race is what
one has. not what one belongs to. The one thing
is ethics and the other zoology."
Thomas Mann was disgusted with Oswald
Spengler as early as 1924. He abhorred the
"schoolmasterly unimaginativeness and fatalism
and the hyena-like prophet attitude" as he did
the "malicious absolutism" which lorded it over
the development of the human spirit as if this
development were not imponderable.
Apart from the many questions concerning
historic facts, this has remained the most im-
portant objection to Spengler: based on a
Continued on Page 17-1)
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RENEE DE PARIS INC.
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Dade 865-7631 865-0294
Broward 940-0318
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168 SE First St.. Miami 371-2608
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Arg ispael's Women Really fRee?
By ELLEN SHARON BOB
ITS THE LITTLE things that bother you as
a female visitor to Israel. The men who call out
to you from their perch on the street corner. The
woman next to you on the bus who tells you
your blouse is too low in front. The macho
bravado of the voung soldiers.
Yet these annoyances seem to pale next to the
accomplishments of the young state. After all.
what can you expect from a country that is
constantly in a state of siege?
A lot more, according to the women who
participated in the First National Conference on
Women in Israel at Brooklyn College in Mid-
April.
AFTER SPENDING two-and-a-half days
learning about the reality of the lives of woman
The Filling Station
8881 SW 107 Ave.-Miami-595-9808
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Allen Goldberg
& Associates
420 Lincoln Rd.-M.B.-531-0877
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Green Streets
3110 Commodore Plaza-Coconut G.-448-6793
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Gulfstream Press, Inc.
3800 NW 59 St.Miami-633-8271
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Guys & Dolls
Hair Styling
7317 Miami Lakes Drive-Hia-373-7768
Happy New Year To A11
Happy Bakery Inc.
6180 SW 8 St.-Miami-266-0220
Best WishefFor the New Year
A-l-A Employment
536 N.M. Ave. -Miami-379-8401
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Edna's Beauty Salon
1553 NE 164 St.-N.MB.-944-9504
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International
Harvester Co.
7227 NW74 Ave.-888-0111
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Hitching Post Barbecue
Ranch
445 E. Okeechobee Rd.-Hia.-887-6012
New Year Greetings To All
Vartan
Lithographers
1456-1468 NW 17 Ave.-Mia.,Fl.-33125
326-1606
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Volpe Tours
1520 Washington Ave.-M.B.-33139
532-7326
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Golden Griddle
GREEK-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
18352 NW 7 Ave., N. Miami, 651-9312
Happy New Year To All
in Israel, the 200 conference participants
discovered that the tourist-suffered hassles are
onlv the tip of the iceberg.
Despite the guarantee of Israel s Declaration
of Independence of equal rights irrespective of
race, religion, or sex," the promise has not been
"^According to Rachel Ostrovitz of the Israeli
Women's Movement in Tel Aviv, "women s
salaries are 41 percent less than those of men.
Less than 10 percent of managerial jobs are in
the hands of women Only 9 percent of
Knesset members are women. There are no
women in the government. There are no women
mavors."
OUTSIDE OF the workplace, women find thai
they face discrimination in the arena of personal
law. Women's testimony is not accepted in the
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573-0980
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& Supply Inc.
11400 NW 36th Ave. Miami
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685-7575
All City Plumbing
14867 NE 20 Ave. North Miami 940-3541
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
Gary Martin's
Prime Meats
12588 North Kendall Drive
Happy New Year To All
595-4903
China Maid
Restaurant
9280 Bird Road Miami
Happy New Year To All
226-0331
B & N Auto Sales
9300 NW 27th Ave. 691-0222
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
Klock Company
Realtors
1507 Sunset Drive Miami 666-5922
Wish All Their Friends and Customers
A Happy New Year
A-l Ideal
Business Machines
3672 Coral Way Miami
1206 NE 163 St. North Miami Beach
Happy New Year
448-2784
944-3917
ABBOTT MILLS
Happy ,\eu Year To All
3240 NW 7th Street Miami Phone 649-3141
Airport Marina
OUTBOARD SERVICE AND SALES
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
2669 NW 33rd St.
634-1686
Da Vinci Painting
1256 SW 15th St. Miami
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
856-1783
Sinclair Landscaping
Nursery Inc.
7757 SW 112 St.
Miami 6fi7.89fu
Wishes All Their Friends and Customers
_____A Happy New Year
Aaron Air
Distributors Inc.
I860 NW 95th Street
We Wish All Our Friends and Customers
i_^____ A Happy New Year
Miami
Friday-sepIS?
rabbinical courts, which have the solfSJT5
all matters of marriage and divorce. r(
Knesset member Shulamit Aloni ir
Rights), who participated in the conferenrol
weekend, claimed that equality between m
women cannot be achieved until the civ;ien ant*
are given jurisdiction over marriage and i"^
as well. 1V0ri*
Under the current system, the rabbinic u
of halitza requires childless widow!itoJ*
children by their late husband's brother cu
their brother-in-law's permission frees tk. y
marry other men. This law has given ri!! to
extensive blackmailing of the widows whoh .
no legal recourse. Either they pay up or
unable to remarrv in th* SiMt. of Urapi *"
LESLEY HAZELTON, author 0f /,....
Women: The Reality Behind the Myth 2 r
emphasized the anti-woman implications of tS
power of the rabbinate. "If feminism is to h!
achieved." she said in her keynote address
There must be a separation of synagogue and
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4833 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 531-lMl
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320 NW 171 _
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Companyj
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Edward Don & Co,
1550 N. Miami Ave., Miami 374-313
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September 12,1980
*'JewistiHer Minn
Pagel5-D
The real issue is the political establish-
ment of Orthodox Judaism."
Another major difference between American
and Israeli feminists is the effect of the constant
strains of war on the male-female relationship.
With the constant fear that their husbands,
sons, and brothers might be killed in battle,
Israeli women become the ultimate caricature of
the Jewish mother," writer Lilly Rivlin said.
Mothers are very lenient with their sons, while
demanding excellence from their daughters,
panelist E. M. Broner, author of A Weave of
Women, added.
Ruth Rasnic, a founder of the first Israeli
shelter for battered women, claimed this serves
to make Israeli men "demanding, dependent,
and lousy husbands. Their wives are also ner-
vous wrecks."
THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT in Israel is
growing slowly but steadily. Organizers have
found the party machineries ineffectual and have
established extra-governmental institutions.
he Plumbing Shop
ppy New Year To All
141 Street Phone 532-4407
ie Olympian
amis Club
khes the entire Jewish Community A Very Happy
Year
leerborne School
Sevilla Ave. C.G., Fl. 33134 444-6595
ppy New Year
astle Harbor Sail
loats Inc.
ner Key Marina Miami, Fl. 33133
B-3212
ppy New Year
issociated Grocers of
Uorida Inc.
NW 36 Ave Miami,Fl 33147 696-0080
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lepe Tailors
Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl 33132
1954
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forton Aluminum
idustries, Inc.
NW 36 Ave. 696-8941
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elson's Pharmacy
Uday Greetings
ASCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Igs-Cosmetic*-Sundries-Free Delivery
^ Venera Ave., C.G. Phone: 666-4425
Bob Nelson
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ii Lower Mall Phone: 358-0144
?aron's Men's Shops
fO Alton Road
mi Beach 672-2591
Wish All Our Friends < Customer*
iappy New Year
\el~Car Corp.
1 Congress Bldg.
imi 358-7720
'Wish All our Friends A Customers
[eryHappy New Year
Totally voluntary and strapped for funds,
feminist-sponsored programs include two
shelters for battered wives (an estimated 50,000
women are battered in Israel), two centers for aid
to rape victims, and two centers for legal aid,
self-help courses and the distribution books and
literature about women.
Many of the leading women in Israel do not
identify themselves with the women's
movement. "I am a not a feminist, I am a
humanist," Shulamit Aloni declared. Seasoned
American feminists experienced a sense of deja-
vu. Why do women who have managed to make
it to the top of their fields feel so threatened by
the women's movement?
The American participants in the conference
rallied behind the struggling Israeli feminist
movement and committed themselves to work
for change. They formed the "Coalition for
Women in Israel," committed to education and
outreach projects within the United States and
to develop a support system for olot hadashot

S
It's the little things that bother you as
a female visitor to Israel. The men who
|: call out to you from their perch on the
| street comer. The woman next to you
: on the bus who tells you your blouse is :
: too low in front. The macho bravado of :
: the young soldiers.
(new immigrants to Israel) who wish to make
connections with Israeli activists.
The coalition will be organized through a
network of local Chugei Nashim (Women's
Groups) dedicated to consciousness-raising,
education, lobbying within the Zionist movement
to raise the priority of women's issues, fund-
raising, and activism on behalf of Israeli
women.
NATIONALLY, the organization will publish
a newsletter, bring Israeli feminists to the U.S.
Continued on Page 17-1)
Pestonit Flowers
129 SW 12th Avenue Miami 545-7701
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A Happy New Year
Allied Glass
Corporation
7286 NW 54th St. Miami
Happy New Year
888-2406
Adams Apple Inc
3190 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove 444-2111
Wishes Everyone in the Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
Lee's Tackle Inc.
2185 NW 34th Avenue Miami 634-7696
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Andys Assurance
Agency Inc.
1441 W. Flagler St. Miami
Happy New Year
642-8407
South Dade Tax
Accounting Inc.
14115 So. Dixie Hwy. Miami
New Year Greetings
253-4015
Rich Woodturning
Cabinet Shop
Phone 573-9142
Happy New Year To All
MORRIS RICH, Owner
Hi-Lift Marina
2890 NE 187th Street
North Miami Beach 931-2550
Happy New Year to all of you
from all of us!
LARRY MARKS
and COMPANY
A Happy New Year
541 NW 27th St.
Miami 576-6587
"Jilly Clothiers
M
332 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables 442-2729
We wish the entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Louis Aguirre
Paint and Body Shop
[New Year Greeting 7111 NW 6 Ct.
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Plantation Pit
Barbeque Restaurant
1550 NE 164 St. No. Miami Beach 945-7011
New Year Greetings
Jerry Appel
and The Rainbow
SERVICE STATION
18240 W. Dixie Hwy. No. Miami Beach 931-3341
New Year Greetings
Nature's Garden Bakery
600 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 534-1877
We bake products for Pritikin & Scarsdale
Diets & Wheat Free bakery goods.
Happy New Year

iUage Bake Shop
'1 SW 124th Street Miami 238-1961
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[f Kendall Mall
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K1 S-W. lOf Ave. Phone: 279-4111
Spradley, Riley
& Slaughter
3500 NW 7th St. Miami
Happy New Year
649-2343
Arno Comfort
Shoe Store
*228 NE 2nd Ave. Miami
New Year Greetings
754-6871
Commercial Plastics
& Supply Corp.
J801 NW 2nd Ave. Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
576-3333
Sunset Pet Grooming
7014 SW 87th Ave. Miami 595-2197
Extendt To The Entire Jewith Community
A Happy New Year
Bressers Cross
Index Directors
Happy New Year
853 NE 79th Street
Miami 758-6786
Sutton Optical
1660 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach 534-0539
Happy New Year
to all our friends & customers
Tropical Paper Box Co.
7000 NW 25th St.
Miami 592-5520
Happy New Year to All
Herbert L. Weiner
C.L.U.
2600 Douglas Road
Coral Gables 442-0333
Happy New Year to All
Rich Photos
1600 W. Flagler St.
Miami 643-2141
Happy New Year to Everyone
Don M. Rutledge
Decorators
4970 N. Kendall Drive
Miami 6610500
Happy New Year To All
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111416 NE 2nd Avenue
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5601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 865-6511
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NE 2*ti> St
173-MM
Happy '*'* Yew Gtetzngi T'. .-.-
Physicians Referral
Laboratory
7%11 CormJ Way
Miami 286-7670
Palm Island of Miami
IOC S*E ';>.-. 5-^eet
M^s; FVmda
7\ R*inha i Family
Hobday G'teting:
Ocean Electric Co.
741 ?.:':.- Stnat
MmxmBeaefa^.v-
.Vu Year Grtttmgi
Pawlinger
Building Industries
4%34 SW 75 Avenue
Miami 264-6986
Hok/ia; Greetings
Pepi's ChHdren's
Apparel
257 Miracle Mik
Coral Gables 448-5113
Happy Htm Year from ail of us to all of you
Patio Bake Shop
7440 Colliu Avenue
Miam Beach 864-2598
Happy New Year To
All Our Prienda A Customers
Le Monde Jewelers
8638 Coral Way
Miami 2211424
Happy New Year
To All Our Friend* and Customers
C. Sharkus For Signs
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
390 West 21at Street
Miami 887-7861
Mr. 4
AJ
kYssmh
asm
Tropics Hotel
T'Hapey Sen Year To AR
631-0361
Abbe Venetian
Blind Inc.
96 Mat 73rd St 751-0*15
Sen Year G twangs
Mwmi
Stan Friedman
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
MM) Ifrf Hi Is9% Uia 665-e9&6
Mm Year Gtecngs
Curtiss Pharmacy
<#>4 C^raw Pa--iray Mii=_ Spr=^ i_:-502C
.4 Happy \eu Year
Essie's Place
". Z*- s*-. Late Mai
M7-9961
A '-. Happy .'>_ ':'.-
Nc-rJiMas;
7"/ze Good Arthur s
Restaurant
-*. KE 79t* 5: Mam: 756-0631
Europe-Tile
Discount Center
1622 ME :.' 7^-r N-, Ukaj Beach
.'- } ezr Grtatuu
651-2230
Economy Awning Co.
96KW75chSc Miami 691-0191
' iaAw i Entire Jeuish Community
A Vary Happy '.su Year
Amoco Bay
Harbor Islands
1501 Broad Causeway Bay Harbor 661-6110
A Hzppy S'eu Year To All
Corset Corner
263 Miracle Mile Coral Gablee 444-6643
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy .S'eu Year
Country Gentleman
Stables
15500 Quail Rooat Drive 233-6615
Happy New Year
Miami
A-l TOURS
12327 NE 6th Ave. North Miami 896-4546
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
AUes Southeast Corp.
ov_ ia>v i___ ... *
7395 West 18th Lane
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
823-4700
fop ReqistRation
The Jewiah viewpoint moat be. is it just j-j,
nht? BobmxtoD mud l don't bcne%t it mul
or rifht HiatoneaOy. a'a a first step UtrnmiS
tad we can't have a war that would be good b,
Jews- _____
THE JEWISH Peaca Felowship boids that
the draft a concrete iaaoe for Jews, and ft,
paofist organ mat me ts actrvery opposing efiqru
to revive the draft.
Were agamst the draft because m n ajnin-
war. and we believe Judaism fosten 7u
mospbere that againat war." mi mmM
Hoffman, the diraetor of JPF. We would Z
ipm sending is U S troops tc Israel W
believe war wooid be bad for Israel md
registrauoc and the draft are steps toward war."
A apokeaperaon for the Union of Amerioa
26-D
Venzer's Florida ForecaB
1663CoQaAi
Miami Beach 53l-90l|l
- Dina Rothan Fa
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A Happy New'
Seybold Buildird
*NElat8Usj
MiaauJ747B
Happy Mas )\
To All Our Friends and Cwton
Royal Palm Barber Shop!
4114 Royal PahaAnl
Miemi Beach 673-9|
Mm }>orj Gmb
Service First]
Insurance Agency
3421 NW 7th Ami
Miami 635-75071
Happy NewYwl
Murray Fence Co]
Ser>-ice For All Tvpes of Tarn f
1776 NW 28 Til
Miami 634-2:5:1
A Joyous Ne Year to AIM
Our Fr.er.^5 i CustomeiP
Serbin Fashions
34MNW41U
Miami 6354MI
Happy Nn Ymtt
Bill Ussery Motor
Bodv Shop
H*ppy Stu Var|
4420 Ponce de Leon 1
Coral Gabies
Connie Septic Tank Co
P 0 Box 65:
Hiaieah 592-34*|
New Year Greeting
Julius Caesar's Restaurantf
Hoppj Stu i
4901 East 4th AvenaJ
Hialeah 681-66SJ
(The Home of Caesar's Feajfl
Israel Kosher
Sausage Company!
76lNW21stStnjl
Miami 54WM1
Happy S'eu; ftfj
Happ\ New Year
To AU Our Friends & Custom*
Wrightson Typesetting
219 NW 24th St
Miami 576282*
Happy New Yat
Pee Wee House of Wicker
6884 Sun* g!
So. Miami 666-6286
Killbrew Reef OpticJ
713 NE 125th SWj
N.Mtami*"4*
Happy WuH


.September 12,1960
*Jew Is*Ftcrkfton
Page 17-D
ispael's Women
Continued from Page 15-I>
national speaking tours, and develop
iucational materials about the lives of Israeli
women.
The First National Conference on Women in
Israel was organized by an ad hoc group of New
York feminist Zionists who have agreed to serve
is coordinators of the coalition until elections for
i steering committee can be held.
The Israeli women's messages carried a
uniform theme. They are no longer willing to
iccept the argument that women s issues must
wut until "more pressing problems" are
esohed They demand that their needs be taken
-eriously and acted upon immediately. "To say
[here is a wrong time to criticize is a vote of non-
jnfidence in Israel," journalist Yoella Har-
gfi*
Shefi, author of Beyond the Gunsights, said.
"Israel must not put up with anything that
opposes our rights as human beings."
RATHER THAN being depressed by what
they learned, the American participants eagerly
accepted the challenge of fulfilling the Zionist
dream of an egalitarian state.
"We support the struggle of Israeli women
through our activism," they stated in their
founding principles. "We recognize that the
preliminary basis of this activism is Aliyah,
thereby sharing the responsibility of improving
Israeli society."
Is SpenqleRS paophecy Coming tRtie?
Continued from Page 13-D
pseudo-biological concept of man, he saw history
as an inexorable process and "world tribunal."
HE DIFFERS from dogmatic Marxism only
regarding the aim but not the construction.
Whether the people the proletariat are
assigned a leadership role or whether this role is
played by the individual superman, in both
instances the people become subject to
gleichschaltung.
Neither ideology cares about the tolerant
individual capable of learning.
Spengler's "victory of the blood" is not as far
removed from a classless society as a natural
state as manv neonle misrht think.
Indeed, Spengler was (and still is?) the Marx
of the conservatives. In fact, he wrote as
brilliantly as Marx did a characteristic which
he unfortunately does not share with the more
objective philosophers of history.
1
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kw 11 Ave. Miami 638-2364
VyNew Year To All
lest Hotel & Apartments
James Ave. M.B. 631-0321
py New Year
ystone Plastics
SW 27 Ave. Miami 643-3151
I Year Greetings
loadmore Hotel
[Ocean Ter. MB. 86&1631
[Year Greetings To All
inner Supply Co.
(S. Dixie Hwy. Miami 446-1633
by New Year To All
Treasure Isle
Convalescent Home
1735 N. Treasure Drive Miami
Happy New Year To All
865-2383
7875 NW 57th St.
Thompson Press
Miami
592-6170
Extends New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends A Customers
Tiles Italia
A Division of AU State Tfle
11400 NW 36th Avenue
A Happy New Year To AU
Miami
dcher Oil Co.
|Box-01-1751 -551-5200
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meral Mica Corp.
|NE 144 St. N. Miami 949-7247
fy New Year
ug. Stewart Realtor
I SW 132 St. Miami 33156 233-7171
Year Geetings
?e's Interior
mgn Inc.
\Crandon Blvd. Key Biscayne
5910 361-3711
py New Year
ickside Terrace
tstaurant
INE Miamarina Parkway Drive. Miami
16433
by New Year
tlphin Draperies
1 NW 2 Ave. Miami 576-0180
' Year Greetings
and Mrs. Harry A. Farber
spendable Plumbing
Jrvice Inc.
|NE 79 St. Miami 866-8513
fpy New Year
^napoli Hair
\yles & Designs
w 73 Ct. Miami 266-3895
* is* You Good Health
\A Happy New year
Timalisi
Beauty Salon
16678 NE 10th Ave. Miami
New Year Greetings
949-3356
Michelle's
Pastry Shop
12888 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Happy New Year
891-3731
Pearl's Bonded
Fruit Shippers
7120 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
New Year Greetings
866-0481
Sunshine Scissors
1626 N. Bay Causeway N. Bay Village
868-9016
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
John F. Allison
811 Langford Building Miami 377-4639
Happy New Year To AU
All Insurance
Agency Inc.
7000 SW 62nd Ave., Suite 301 Miami
Happy New Year To AU
661-1567
Florida Fill. Inc.
EARTH MOVING ENGINEERING CON-
TRACTORS
9501 Old South Dixie Highway 661-8618
A Happy New Year
To AU Our Friends A Customers
First Impressions
12248 NE 123rd St. North Miami 891-7118
\A Happy New Year To AU
Fourteen K Shop
1660 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach 631-6267
A Happy New Year To AU
Shores TV Service
2170 '/ NE 123 St. N. Miami 33181
893-3890
Happy New Year
wi-wj
Transmission Inc.
Wishes The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
SCHECHTER'a CARRIBBEAN HOTEL
Glatt Strictly Kosher
An Entire Ocean-Front Block
3737 Collins Ave. M.B. 531-0061
Happy New Year
Chase Savers
Insurance Corp.
8300 NE 2 Ave. 754-2622
Happy New Year
Paris Ornamental Iron
6899 NW 7 Ave. 940-9083 758-6275
Happy New Year To All
8 Vi Club
1137 Washington Ave. M.B.
532-1082
Happy New Year
Custom Quality Trim
8782 SW 133 St. Miami 251-4854
Happy New Year
Busy Owl
Secretarial Service
2293 SW24 Ter. Miami 854-7928
Happy New Year
Amber Oil Corp.
1861 Bay Rd. M.B. 538-4611
Happy New Year
Bird Road Cycle Mart
9541 Bird Rd. Miami 221-2123
Happy New Year To All
Sykes AceHardware
284 NE 79 St. Ph. 764-2556
Happy New Year To AU
East Coast
Fisheries Inc.
|360 West Flagler St. 373-5516
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Customers
691-1030
Beauty Fair
8743 SW 24 St. Miami 221-1912
Happy New Year To AU
Spector & Sons
575 SW 22 Ave. Miami 642-3151
Happy New Year


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Fr**> Septe0b(rl
Japanese Zionists
CamammtC trtm Page "-B
faces wi "-= -*<--+ ^ec :aey r^r-tc *
A*sc*r-= Wai -^j year Trr-rw^* --aecserrtS
-3:= .ie *o:o --ary =*" '-^^ =rea*r-* \=
w-auec j".uly v-i awescce nwfi
BUT WHAT "_ae Max^y* =*v Sons iat :i
3TJC t* =ea.r--c ?-=piy by taecr reugx'is ^
H : m* arc .=_- >r-.^=yj v. taeer I raei* ry
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. j^ r.xc-es -: Isra* =a "T-*eif "aac
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E=carrxc uac .'. : "-=* actaces o<
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Playground
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Spolter-Frechtel
Associates Inc.

Residential Air
Conditioning Co.
Seiee Service Installation
jo* 662-4*44
Brow arc "^4-04^9
.
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Aladdin Upholstery
255" '' ~_.."**r
Miam. -,;4-4_6S
County Gas
:_^4 '. 78c
Mama 693-302]
Happ- Sen Year To All
,_ ->- ;ia Cuj ten*'
Kendale Lakes Paint
& Decorators
13*65 N Kendall Drive
Miami 595-5880
We Exreta A Happ:- \e\ Yea- To The Entire Jeuuh Community
Laura McCarthy Inc.
REALTOR 7511641
S601 Biscayne Road
Miami Shore*
A Joy out Sen Year
To AU Our Frunds A Clients
/axlantic and Gulf
Fishing Supply Corp.
591 SW Miami 856-4505
Happy \eu Year
David Jenkins
Associates, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy New Year
1325 East 10th Avenue
Miami 887-1577
Ace Industries
We With Everyone A Very Happy Xeu Year
121 SE 1st St.
1368-2576
Happy New Year
Miami Equipment
& Repair Co Inc
1927 NW 36Ui Street Miami 636-2313
* ..... ?fi* 9C3 wr were
^r.r^ cc^=r f^* ~J^~*m at
--"^ ^^^a^. =^oers jf *
cc=*c is: aa M December day out "
W-^r -r;-.ed "x-: =xxh for Teahana. ane BW
-^ ^er = s*rf t *g* ^ Ha> worts.
rwns&f. wereHaflrJa/oA
THE MAKL~YA coonnoed to o
..2 ~->: -2 ietter of protest to the U>
m-zk "^a: docv Afaaoca Zjcxlmt. equais
Raca= acaicc h WH 5o 37-(?
.^zarcres were cofiectad for -J ^er by
Maa-^rt =*r=ors
a ;* Ma-rt! rmpiC icexx: :: Israeu and
_. ... ya ; :ou-C :c^ aany
Ziomst youth groups a thing or ;wc about an
smging. tDdtiw several score repressnfi
and members m Israel are often gree^j ?
gnns of delight by startled merchanu amaz^1"1
tbesr grasp of Hebrew ~v*i K
At present. Yossa Shmocniva g *tuo*nt
Hebrew University, told a reports there
some 12 students livmg in Israel with otJII
Makuya members studying at an UW
Kibbutz Heftaiba. the sect's adopted J."
m IsrseL wm
Apparentiy the Makuya in Israel are h,^
the same problems as native Israelis "T
much inflation" was how Shinomiya summed db
h first impression of the country
THE GROUP has no specie] ties with tba
3.000 Jewish living in Japan, according u
Kiichiro. Visiting Israelis are treated rovally bv
the Makuya and by Beit Shalom, 'anothe;
Japanese Christian Zionist group whkh >.
parently is frowned upon by the Makun
Continued on foAowiag page
ENFIELD'S
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Ezu-.z> Tt T-.t E-.::t -"*'-!' r--~-~--'-''
- Haptn '- J
Bob White's Bowling
. =:ll:ap.i svpplies
Furniture Artist
Upholstery
-(' Years Gn,
Miller Decorating Cent
.-.507 NE ttk A-.e N M B 947.
1620 VE 205 Terr N M
E
' Miami

Charles M. Powell
' JTATf
Extends 7: The Em '..-...-..
A r -. .-.- Year
2355 Sauedo Street
Miami 446-6SC1
- -
Carl's Weld Shop
-: SW I31etSt
MJasai
->-2641
Ez-.i ids To The 1 1
\:-:.zz tear
Lory's Fashion Shops Ii
' e Exzena A h tvQi
-. c ntirt Jeuxsn ~ 'nunm
' NE1
N Miami Beach w
.Vet
Esther's Draper
M.D A. Cor
- -' 22nd Ti
_______________
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DUNKIN DONUTS
Hapt
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Air. 3
rr.os To The Ent Co
. Vary Happy New ''---
" w Diwi
Bill Hofta
N ursery, Id
Yevti
MW1II
liami
-' '. tM St
-zc Ma.1
Piccadillx
Cafi
eteria
H-a.ear 323 6601
Year gs
Patrick Plumbing
INC
633-1900
.4 Hzz z z.na Hez.:h > .' 1 I -
A-l Carting Corp.
1171 SE 10th Avenue Hiaieah 885-3300
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy b'eu Year
Minerva Spanish
Restaurant
Sea Brook Hot
9401 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach -I
liskE*
A Happy Seu\
S. & S. Air Condition^
7320 WW 58th St.. Miami -5924
Wt With Everyone A Very Happy Afcsl
Happy \eu Year to E: eryonef'i
Sun Gold Industri)
6705 NW 84th Ave Miami 592-"
265 NE 2nd St. Miami
Happy Mm Year
374-9420
Wish AU Their Friends and Customers
A Very Happy Sew Year
Merchant's Credit Bureau
8NW 36 St. 6334936
Magus Beauty Salon
11745 Quail Roost Dr. Miami 233-2500
Exrends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy \eu Year
O Connor Footwear
18424 CoOm. A venae Sunny Isle.
HAPPY SEW YEAH
SALON BLAN(
970 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach 532-1
We Wish AU Our Fienas a Custom
A Happ-- Sm >'**
Southern Wit
& Spirits, Ii
1600 NW 163 St.. Miami 62W1
A Joyous Stu tj
To AU Our Friends & Custa
Pan American
Exterminating Co.
275 SW 6th Street Miami
HAPPY SEW YEAR
854-5110
Paul's Carpet Inc.
2400 North Miami Ave. Miami 573-*n7
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Hem Year
Silver Plumbing Ai
Sewer Servi
1436 Alton Road. Miami*
672-1741 672-11
A Happy Sew Year FromUt U
Sofas & Chairs Unlimited
89 NE 27th St.. Miami 573-0760 573-OJ
Happy Sew Year from Us to m
New Deal Km
Meat & Poultry Jfrj
Serving the Jewish Community For 25
1362 NE 163 St. A HPP>^Jo^
N.M.B. 945-2512 AUOur FrienasA^L


[September 12.1980
*Jenifi fhrin-ir
Page 19-D
euaope's elite move toward Apaey
Continued from Page 5-D
America or Western Europe in larger quan-
tities or at more favorable prices. While the
iirther shift in the military balance towards the
Liet Union would drive all the Gulf States
owards accommodation with the Russians or at
, very least, a policy of non-alignment.
In this geopolitical context, Europe's embrace
Lf the PLO which has thus far brought only
error, bloodshed, chaos and a hardening of
kttitudes to the Middle Kast. can only be seen as
extraordinarily self-destructive action.
However much Europe may wish to establish
tself as a distinct entity in world affairs, the fact
s that it has no military force, no political sanc-
tions, no coherent will of its own, enabling it to
fffer credible guarantees to the conflicting
parties in the Middle East.
INCAPABLE of effectively resisting the
Soviet Union, let alone the financial extortion of
the OPEC nations, its initiatives have been too
blatantly one-sided and opportunist to encourage
any further concessions from Israel. By cold-
shouldering Egypt and undermining the
possibility of a Jordanian solution to the Pales-
.t.'n.'an..Problem, il as merely encouraged the
extremism of the Arab rejectionist Front and
unjustifiably raised the expectations of the PLO.
By its appeasement of the oil-producing
States, it has exposed its own weakness and
flashed a green light to the Soviets to strike at
its soft underbelly in the Persian Gulf. By failing
to support American mediation efforts, it has
weakened the Western alliance and its credibility
as a barrier to further Russian expansionism.
Most dangerous of all. it has tied its own
political and economic survival to the caprice of
regimes that are built on sand.
Japanese make 6evote6 Zionist Qroup
Continued from preceding page
Kiichiro stressed the mixed social level of the
pilgrimage members, and indeed they were
attired in costumes ranging from stylish
business suits to simple peasant dress.
But rich or poor, the Makuya pilgrims are
united on one principle. "I am in Israel to praise
God and I can be here." as one of them said.
With that he grabbed his blue vest decorated
with the Magen David and headed for the street
to "cheer the Israeli people and pray for the
peace of Jerusalem."
>et Metal Ass.
76 St. Sam Oltchick, Pres.
Ill
i New Year
JLER ADAMS and SWEET INC.
iRANCE
iff-Street Parking
ling South Florida Over 50 Years"
1W 27 Ave. Ph. 854-1330
,New Year To All
tator Hotel
ILERNERS and THE LEVY's
llins Ave. M.B. 531-7491
Year Greetings
itheast Realty
>up Corp.
lW 165 St. Rd. Miami 940-7781
'New Year To All
race Restaurant
iE 1 Ave. Miami
'New Year To All
Carl's Camera Shop
7401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Tropex Batteries
2100 NW 17th Avenue
Miami 325-0535
Happy New Year
REMY TAILOR
9814 SW 77th Ave. Miami 279-4489
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
loking Kraze, Inc.
I Bird Rd. Ph. 552-5979
fear Greetings
LENTINIA SHOES
led Rd. Ph. 665-9513
Wear Greetings
\ungblood Roofing Co.
fW36St. -635-2501
hi New Year To All
COM MU NICATE ADVERTISING
& PUBLIC RELATIONS INC.
3361 SW 3rd Avenue Miami 858-1976
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Reliatex, Inc.
2201 NW 72nd Ave. Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
592-3220
Beach Poultry Market
429 Espanola Way
Miami Beach 538-3870
Happy New Year
Andalusia Bake Shop
248 Andalusia Avenue
Coral Gables
Wish to all customers & friends
a Happy New Year
Youngland Fashions
9561 Harding Ave. Miami Beach
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Cancellations
Unlimited
9484 Harding Ave. Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
864-8112
Omar's Tent
Restaurant
534 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
532-8422
rk Painting
[mpany
IW 199 St. Miami 652-8432
\y New Year
lathan Turk
.TOR
Lincoln Rd. 531-5339 672-7676
\y New Year To All
H & D Graphics
950 SE 8th St. Hialeah 885-8707
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Harold's Garage
5781 Commerce Ave. Miami 661-6931
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Auto Tec
3730 NW 71 Street
Miami 691-3371
Wish to all friends & customers
A Happy New Year
B & E Garage and Tires
7315 NW 61 Street
Miami 887-3126
Happy New Year to all
Cynamon Brothers
1051 East 49 Street
Hialeah 688-6653 685-7628
Happy New Year to All
[omson-McKinnon
'urities Inc.
Jiallandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale
\Year Greetings
ivila
'28 St. 576-2700
1 New Year
t Western Bay Shore
[cht& Tennis. Club
" Drive N. Bay Village
|021
'New Year To All
Crawford Electric Inc.
3925 SW 82 Ave. Miami
NEW YEAR
264-4632
Fujiya Japanese
Market
12777-79 SW 280 St. Homestead 257-5535
A Happy New Year To All
Alton 17th Shell
1698 Alton Road Miami Beach 673-8156
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
D.T.C. Tool Corp.
2777 NW 54th Street Miami 633-9081
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Christian Community
Service Agency
' 111 NWlOth Avenue
Miami 545-5276
Wish a Happy New Year to all
Coconut Beauty
Salon Inc.
200 Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne 361-9309
Happy New Year to All
Village Framers
336 NE 59th Street
Miami 754-5388
Happy New Year
Carpet Mart
12645 South Dixie Highway
Miami 232-2430
Wish to all friends & customers
A Happy New Year
Captain John Callen
of the Helen C
16375 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-4081
Happy New Year
Continental Coffee
Company of Florida
15 NE 11th Street
Miami 358-3444
Happy New Year to All
Cumberland Discount
Drugs
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 534-3525
Happy New Year


Page20-D
mAgMikrttffse.
Fridy.s SocceR Champions plummet to Cellaa
Continued from Page 11-DI
are the most violent is a problem in Israel
made more acute by the ethnic and political affil-
iations of the club. (At national level, the players
manage with each other regardless of origin or
politics. Indeed Israels hero from the season's 0-
0 draw with Northern Ireland was Arab forward
Rafir Turk.)
ANOTHER OFF the field blow to Betar
during the season was the decision to stop
building their new stadium in North Jerusalem.
This followed violent protests by ultra-Orthodox
Jews, led by the Neturei Karta sect, who spoke
of the desecration of the Sabbath and the "Hel-
lenization" of Jerusalem. For the time being,
Betar are stuck in their dilapidated YMCA
stadium which holds only 7.000.
In any case, off the field problems aside. Betar
must now play in the Second Division, the team
never having refound their rhythm in the second
part of the season as they dropped steadily to
the bottom of the table.
But Betar players, supporters
management are confident of a quick return t
the top flight. Youngsters like 16-year-oU
Sammy Malka, Eli Gabay and Yoash ShmueK
made an impression towards the end of the
season. The old guard like Mamillian hav!
recovered their fitness. If Betar can keep their
top players, then their stay in Division Two
should be brief.
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Children's Gallery
2124 NE 123 St.-N.M.-893-3614
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Children's Corner
7118 Byron Ave.-M.B.-866-7303
Happy New Year
Continued from Page 16-D
Hebrew Congregations, sums up the reasons for
the major organizations' silence on the draft
issue: "You cant take a stand unless you get a
lot of people together to make a decision.' _
BUT THE REASONS for many Jewish
groups' failure to confront the draft debate are
often more complex. The overriding concern for
the security of Israel is no doubt a factor
the general public's lack of interest MottnJ
there aren't clear cut answers to the drft
controversy; there are many reasons to odm-
and support conscription, and it could be thu
Jewish groups are still deciding. '
As Saperstein commented, "Many groupshive
not come out with positions because people v%
unsure about the issues."
Ciest Toi Boutique
384 MJrack M1W-C.G.-446-8144
Happy New Year
Camper's Paradise
9735 NW 27 Ave.-Miami-696-1693
Happy New Year
Campbell Brokerage, Inc.
P.O. Box 69-366l-Miami-653-1604
Happy New Year
La COUPE
150 Alcazar Avenue Coral Gables 448-6826
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Customers
Ling Nam
Restaurant
Ceramics By You
11363 SW 40 St-Miami-226-9043
Happy New Year
Back Court
17019 W. Dixie HWY-N.M.-944-2989
Happy New Year
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Wishes All Their Friends and Customers
A Happy New. Year
Crescent Framing Co.
1922 NE 151 St. North Miami Beach
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends A Customers
949-3002
Len's Stamp
Mart, Inc.
8881 SW 107 Ave.-Suite211
Happy New Year To AU
279-5345
Westinghouse Seci
Syst<
"SERVING THE SECURITY N
OF THE COMMUJ
Happy New Year
George G. Whitney Reoty
1 Lincoln Road. Miami 1
Extends to the Entire Jeuish Comn_
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Leather World
339 Miracle Mile Corel Gables
199 East Flagler St. Miami
Happy New Year To All
446-7888
377-9084
Harold's Goody's
Bake Shop
7222 Red Road 666-1008
A Happy A Healthy Jewish New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
Gelembyn's HandmaJ
Orthopedic She
2310U. FlagkrS
Miami 6424
Happy Sis \
Dixie Atlantic Motl
762 South Dili* ]
Coral Gable. 661 <
Happy New Ytar 7b|
Happy Stu Y\
Myriam In tenon
13635 NW 7 An
North Miami I
Century Construction
Of Miami
18341 NE 21 Court- N.MB.-931-5942
Happy New Year
Danisu Beauty Salon
4002 E. 4 Ave.-Hia.,Fl.-33013-823-1589
Happy New Year To AU
Lem's Radio &
Television Service
6225 SW 8th Street 264-0441
A Very Happy New Year To All
Casa Bella
Coiffures
3015 SW 107 Ave.-Miami-226-8611
Happy New Year To All
Coffey's Country
Store
20090 SW 177 Ave.-Perrme-232-1800
Happy New Year
Hobby World, Inc.
12119 So. Dixie Highway 2321771
Wishes AU Our Friends and Customers
A Very Happy New Year
Victor Marina
7611 NE 2nd Avene Miami
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
751-0292
Display Unlimited
7400 NW 37 Ave.Miami-693-3801
Happy New Year
Dixie Farm, Inc.
519 NW 23 St.-Miami-573-1423
Happy New Ytar To AU
King David Kosher Foods
1339 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
OPENING OCTOBER 12th
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
534-0197
Draw Drapes
South Floric
2020 Harrison!
Dade 947-4
Happy New Year Broward 921-1
Four Star Poultr
2180 NW 13*
Miami 325-11
Wish to all friends and custom
a Happy Sen ii
Four Corners Tram
435 Arthur Godf.
Miami Beach!
Happy Sew]
Auto Body Leak Specii
1963 NE 147 St. 940-Ji
Auto Glass Installed. Wine
& Truck Leaks Our Sp
North M
Happy Sew
LUCIO'S
Italian Restaurant
3104 Coral Way 448-9163
Wishes AU Their Customers and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
Royal Glades
,,,nr?onYalescent Home
16650 Dixie Highway North Miami
Happy New Year To AU
Brown's Hot
Lochsheldrak 800-43lf
NewY
Happy Sew l'
Zalman Bachel Kov
D.D.SI
945-7447
420 Lincoln I
Miami Beach 5324
Miami Beach Happy SewJ*
Tower 41 Restaurant
Mario Chuy
ygisex Hair Sa^n
715 NE
N.M.B.-651-4061
Happy New Year To AU
-iraJda Ave.
Coral Gables 444-7674
4101 Pine Tr
Miami Beach 673*
Happy New 1*
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m,v September 12,1960
+Jewish norkUnn
Page21-D
miack heBRew Cult Qrows in isRael
BvYORAMKESSEL
In Chronicle Syndicate
he beginnings of the
Lck Hebrew cult s
Lice in Israel were in
|o when the emigres
' the United States 0
warmly welcomed as
Isibly returning Jews
Ling to throw in their
with Israel.
}he relationship, how-
r, did not take long to
and there were in-
creasing tensions in the
Negev town, Dimona,
where they had settled as
the cult's numbers grew
rapidly to 1,500.
Barred from taking a fixed
place in society, they became
ever more strident and hostile to
the State and denounced Israel
through the media abroad. These
tensions have subsided some-
what in the past year or two.
NOW THE special committee
appointed by the Interior
Ministry and headed by National
Religious Party MP David Glass
has recommended that the Black
Hebrews be granted full legal
status and be allowed to estab-
lish their own communal settle-
ment in the Negev, south of
Beersheba.
The committee, which spent
almost two years deliberating
the problem, described their
proposals as a "moral, humane
and Jewish solution." While not
the optimal solution, it should be
regarded as "the least of all
possible evils." Glass pointed
out that after leaders of the sect
had adopted a stridently hostile
attitude, there were many
people, including the police, who
had felt the best option was to
expel them all from the country.
Those members of the group
who have been in the country for
over two years will be entitled to
receive full citizenship in seven
years' time. Others will be
granted work permits which will
entitle them to citizenship as
well at a later time if they
remain.
THEIR SETTLEMENT will
be of the urban rather than
farming type because of the
difficulties of finding sufficient
water and arable land in the
area. The cost of the settlement,
the committee recommends,
should be borne not only by the
Israeli tax payer but by sup-
porters of the cult in the United
States. The creation of the
settlement will alleviate the very
difficult conditions under which
the Black Hebrews have been
living, often as many as 30
persons in a tiny flat.
One condition for the plan
being implemented is that the
Black Hebrews agree that no
more members of their sect
(there are said to be some 20,000
cult adherents in the United
States) be allowed to join them
except a few approved under a
reunification of families scheme.
The proposals have been
warmly welcomed by the
acknowledged Black Hebrew
leader in Israel, Ben-Ami Carter.
American Int'l Container
Wheat on Ind.
h NW 73 St. Miami, Fla. 33147 836-8650
Ibppv New Year
Jen Grabers, Ladies Wear
25 NE 163 St. N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
15-4171
loppy New Year
)arfel Inc.
h95 NW 48 St. Miami, 33166 592-2760
loppy New Year
Tie Dance Gym Den
IS. Dixie Hwy. Miami 33156 661-5889
fappy New Year
[211 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, 33161
3-5351
loppy New Year
\oz-All Of Fla.
B5 Grace Ave., C.G., Fla. 33146
(6-5626
est Wishes For The New Year
'arovi Shipping Corp.
B00 Port Blvd. Miami, 33132 373-4765
fappy New Year
'ortofino
rivner Mfg. Inc.
35 NW 40 St. Miami 33142 635-7534
fPPy New Year
Jhamrock Auto Trim
040 NE 154 St. N.M.B., 33162 944-3621
lappy New Year
braham's Bakery
[423 Collins Ave. M.B. 861-0291
lappy New Year
Reflections
>n the Bay
31 NE Miamarina Parkway Drive
971-6433
fe Wish You Good Health And A Happy New Year
mnrise Gardens
Retirement Home
122790 SW 112 Ave. Miami. 33170
\f><*PPy New Year
South Gate Towers
Apt. & Hotel
WO W. Ave. M.B., 33139 672-2412
[flippy New Year
Gino's Italian
Restaurant
1906 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
532-6426
Green-Brook Corp.
1085 East 14th St. Hialeah 888-6300
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Mid Town Plumbers Inc.
1222 NW 29th St. Miami 635-4434
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Jake's Used
Furniture Co.
1056 SW 56th Ave. Hollywood 983-4116
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Tally Ho Tailors Inc.
5399 NW 36th St. Miami Springs 871-6200
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Central Medical Lab.
1801 Coral Way Miami
A Happy New Year To All
856-4363
De Novo Boutique
12841 SW 88th St. Miami 595-7038
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Food Spot Stores
7845 Bird Road Miami 264-4011
New Year Greetings
Capra's Restaurant
8400 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 758-3766
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Strictly Tennis Inc.
1401 Sunset Drive 13720 Kendall Dr.
Miami 666-6067 387-1200
Happy New Year to All
1 Happy New Year To All
ACME Industrial
Sheet Metal Inc.
555 West 18 Street
Hialeah 885-1943
AberbacK s Photo
and Art Supplies
441 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Happy New Year Miami Beach 532-5446
CENTRAL TAXI
924 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach 532-5555 534-0694
Happy New Year to All
American Roofing Service
The Forge Restaurant
432 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach 538-8533
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Collection Garden
Tea Room
2400 Old Dixie Hwy. (Cauley Square) Goulds
New Year Greetings > 248-7855
Advanced Security
& Communications
9000 SW 87 Court Miami 595-5570
Happy New Year
Casey Frigidaire
Appliance Service
11540 SW 120 Street
Miami 233-0951
Happy New Year to All
Happy New Year
Captain Ron & Seafood
Raw Bar
232 NW 183 Street
Miami 651-2132
Allied Taxi Service
1025 West Flagler Street
Miami 545-6300
Wish to all friends & customers
A Happy New Year
2777 NW 68th Street
Miami 836-5448
Happy New Year to All

Certified Poultry
& Egg Company
763 West 18 Street
Happy New Year Hialeah 379-0675
Silver Paint & Hardware
653 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 531-6773
Happy New Year
Tony's Marine Service
243 South River Drive
Miami 545-0968
Happy New Year
Belcher Fishing
Supply Inc.
54 SW 6th St.
Miami
Happy New Year
374-6444
The Charles Berger Family wish all our
friends and customers a Happy New Year
Charles Berger Shoes
Mr. & Mrs. Israel Speiser 1545 Washington Ave.
,and'lMrs. Sallee Swick Miami Beach 531-1902
Palmer Paper Company
3250 NW 60 Street
. Miami 633-0666
Wishes all their friends A customers
a Happy New Year


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Social UnRest poses Special pROBlems for Utin jews
London Chronicle Syndicate
THE PATTERN of revolution, counter-
revolution, widespread urban and rural guerrilla
activity, kidnapping and social unrest is posing a
serious threat to Jewish communities in several
Central and South American countries.
Grave concern has been expressed in two
reports issued by the .American Jewish Com-
mittee dealing with Uruguay and the Central
American region.
In its report on Uruguay, where the Jewish
population numbers about 50.000 out of a total
population of three million, the AJC noted a
sharp increase in anti-Semitism during the past
year
ATTACKS ON SYNAGOGUES. Jewish
El Bodegon
Castilla Restaurant
2499 SW 6th Street 649-0863
Happy Seu Year To All
Dr. Louie's
Upholstery Shop
7835 NW 36th Ave. 691-7991
Happy Sew Year To All
Bel Air Hotel
6615 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 866-6511
Wishes All Our Friends & Customers
A Happy Sew Year
Dupont Plaza
Travel Service
300 Biscayne Blvd. Way
Miami 371-1311 371-1315
A Happy Sew Year To All
Miami Beach
Nursing Home
550 9th Street 531-3321
Sew Year Greetings
Amoco of Perrine
18005 South Dude Highway 233-7756
Happy Sew Year To All
Coastal Plumbing Co.
Of Miami
285 NE 185 St.. N.M.B. 651-4429
A Happy Sew Year to
All Our Friends & Customers
BAGEL BAR
18515 NE 18th Ave.
SKYLAKE 932-3314
A Happy Neu Year to
All Our Friends & Customers
Action Insurance
Agency
S(
LOW< OST VUTO [NSURANI I
Happy New Y( BEN'S
AIR CONDITIONING
SERVICE
5910 SW 94th Court 595-9539
A Happy Sew Year To All
Crown Furniture
& Carpet
7545 West 20th Ave.. Hialeah 821-1331
Happy Sew Year To All
Adams Brian
Insurance
801 NE 167 St.. N.M.B. 633-1033
Sew Year Greetings
All State
Exterminating Co.
17050 NW 3rd Ave. 652-3205
A Happy Sew Year To All
organizations and students and the distribution
of anti-Semitic literature had become more
widespread, and in particular, copies of the
notorious anti-Semitic forgery. The Protocols of
lion, are now freely available.
Efforts by the Jewish Central Committee in
Uruguay to' press for legislation to outlaw in-
citement to racial hatred have met with no
success, despite promises made more than a year
ago by the Uruguayan Government to enact
relevant legislation.
Dr. Bayardo Benoga. Uruguay's Minister of
Justice, has strongly denied press accusations
that adoption of such laws would acknowledge
the existence of racial discrimination.
However, observers believe the recently
8
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Modern Fish
& Seafood
3644 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove
Happy Sew Year
443-1445
Atlas Metal
Industries Inc.
1135 NW 159th Drive Miami
Happy Sew Year
573-8020
Fulton Pest Control
1981 NE 183 St. NorthMiami Beach 945-6525
Sew Year Greetings
Kimberly Furniture
Mfg. Co.
1014 E. 29th St. Hialeah 691-1481
Happy Sew Year
Florida Smoked Fish
1111 NW 159th Drive Miami
Happy Sew Year
625-5112
Smith Terminal
Warehouse
3535 NW 112th St. Miami
Sew Year Greetings
685-0325
Berkshire Life
Insurance Company
100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 373-6504
Happy Sew Year
Sanitary Linen
Service
VW22nd Lane Miami 593-2510
Neu Year Greet i
J & B Auto Service
& Used Parts
NE 151 St. NorthMiami 949
Happj New S mx
Lundy's Market
1435 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 532-7395
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Sew Year
Axelrod's Dairy
1625 NW 20th St. Miami 324-6305
AW Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
Miami Jack Service
5650 NW 27th Ave. Miami
Happy Sew Year
634-2226
Febo Pisani
Service Station
10200 SW 56th St. Miami
Sew Year Greetings
279-4717
established diplomatic ties with Saudi Arab
and the Gulf emirates and pressure fromth'
Federation of Arab Organizations in u,
America, which is based in Uruguav. has forr5
the authorities to back-pedal on any anti-racial
legislation. ^^
Although a civilian is nominally head of suu
the Uruguayan armed forces retain effective
control which they %eized in a take-over eight
years ago in reaction to urban terrorism.
SINCE THEN the Uruguayan regime h
been denounced for its violation of human rights
and among the several hundred political
prisoners in Uruguay, are a number of Jews
charged with alleged links with the Tupamaros
guerrilla movement and the Communist Party.
Social chaos and growing political instability
Taco Metals Inc.
1475 SE 129 St. .V Miami 33im I
Happy \eu Y,}
Tropical Rug Comp.
OfMiamA
59 Beacom Blvd. Miami 649.7100
Happy Neu Year To,
1 Coconut Grovel
Flower Shop
3137 Commodore Plaza CGrove. Fla. 3313|l
_____ Happy Sew
Paul's Gulf TH
Center
10601 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami 667-0883
Sew Year Greetinp
Philippe]
European Mens Shop la
3403 Main Hwy. CGrove 331331
44MM
Happy Seu Yw\
MIAMI SPRINGS CYCLERYl
SCHWINN CYCLER!
157 Westward Dr. Miami Spr 887-5MI
Happy Ntu Ytarl
from Sate & Gloria SnMj
Kim's Chinese
Restaurant!
Lincoln Rd. at W. Ave. 672-*
Happy Set, Year ToMl
Busy Owl
Secretarial Service!
2293SW24 Ivr .'./. I
Baby Borrow|
19077 W.Dtafc Hwy.-N.M.B
To M\
Ben Grabers,
Ladies Wear|
1325 NE 163 St. N.M. I45-4171
Happy Seu Year
Aurora Restaurant
1392 SW 119 St. Miami 661-3944
Happy New itv
Best Insurance
Agency Ltd.
350 Lincoln Rd. M.B. 538-4647
Happy Neu Yeor
Atlas Roofing Co. Inc.
118 W. 21 St. -Hialeah -88MWJ
Happy Neu- Yt rToAU


L, September 12,1980
+Jewist fhrkfknr
Page 23-D
in"'Central American States had forced an exodus
from most countries in the region.
Sergio Nudelstajer, director of the AJC's
Mexican office, said that since most Central
American Jews belonged to the business and
merchant community, they had been branded
class enemies by militant extreme left-wing
forces. He admitted that anti-Semitism was not
overtly widespread, and in the case of the entire
Nicaraguan Jewish community of 350 souls,
their departure had been due to a variety of
causes other than anti-Semitism.
IN EL SALVADOR, only 50 of the 300-strong
community remained in a country where
terrorism and violence are daily occurrences. The
exodus had begun last year after the kidnapping
and murder of Ernesto Liebes, a businessman
and Honorary Israeli Consul, by leftist
guerrillas.
Guatemala's Jewish community was reduced
::::::;:::::::::::::::::;^
>> by 20 percent last year as a result of a situation
:: where kidnapping, murder and clashes between
:: leftists and the army have reached a new in-
:: tensity.
Even the offer of free elections in Honduras,
:: the region's poorest country, offers little hope for
:: the future of its 200-strong Jewish community.
Nudelstajer's report suggested that only in
:: Costa Rica (2,500 Jews) which is a relatively
j|: stable democracy, and Panama (3,000 Jews),
:: where the army is firmly in control, do Jews feel
:: in any way secure.
THE UNREST in Central America has af-
:: fected Colombia, the northernmost State of
*: South America, which has a Jewish community
of 15,000.
$: The kidnapping of Jews by leftist terrorists
:: and the seizure in the outgoing year of the
v."
iPavement
[aintenance
0 W. 20 Ave. Hia., FL 33014 556-1691
iappy New Year
}almer School
0900 SW 176 St.
Miami 251-2230
iappy New Year
mane's Masterbuilt
{Furniture
15851 NW 35th Avenue
fcvliami 6330542
Happy New Year Greetings To All
The Krutchik Family
Kaye Brothers Inc.
I Whole meats & provisions
I Happy New Year
Jefferson Shoe Repair
|00NE 167th Street
N. Miami 945-4790
New Year Greetings To All
'rofessional Arts
'harmacy Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community A Very
Iappy New Year
1150 NW 14th Street- 324-0803
iercedes European
Liito Shop
' NW 62 Street Miami, Fla. 33150 751-0182
iappy New Year
Hd-Town Plaza Hotel
&3rd & Collins Ave. Miami Beach 531-6814
Jet Army-Navy Store
tANVAS GOODS FATIGUES GAS CANS
CANTEENS MESS KITS
696 Bird Road New Year Greetings 221-1371
lonahan's
Jlectric Company
[050 NW 29th St. Miami 871-3163
\etr Year Greetings
reorgie Girl Shoes
[601 Biscayne Blvd.Miami-358-0621
iappy New Year
iappy New Year from
a>AUCY CREPE
JJOO Collins Avenue
|nal Harbour
Jarold J. Segal Realtor
1688 Meridian Ave.
liami Beach 538-8643
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
fit
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Sergio Nudelstajer, director of the
AJC's Mexico office, said that since
most Central American Jews belonged
to the business and merchant com-
munity, they had been branded class
enemies by militant extreme left-wing
forces. He admitted that anti-Semitism
was not overtly widespread, and in the
case of the entire Nicaraguan Jewish
community of 350 souls, their
departure had been due to a variety of
causes other than anti-Semitism.
Dominican Embassy in Bogota, Colombia's
capital, in which Mr. Eliyahu Barak, the Israeli
Ambassador, and several other diplomats were
held hostage for several weeks, augurs ill for the
future.
I
B
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Decor-Lite Corp.
320 NE 60th St. Miami 754-2188
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Fine Distributing Co.
3485 NW 65th St. Miami
A Happy New Year To All
691-0231
GEM DRUGS
295 Miracle Mile Coral Gables 446-6321
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
New Year Greetings
Francis & Company
7929 NE 1st Avenue Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
947-9407
Gelfand Roofing
7567 NW 24th Ave. Miami 757-0922
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
New Year Greetings
International
Automotive Inc.
(AUTO REPAIR)
10414 SW 184 Terr. Happy New Year
251-6952
M. Lieberman & Sons
Moving & Storage
1210 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 538-8353
New Year Greetings
Gulfstream Card Co.
7801 NW 52nd St. Miami 592-0123
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Jerry Grant's Agency
7915 East Drive Miami Beach 754-4444
Happy New Year
DESK EXCHANGE
2742 NW 35 St. Miami 634-4024
MR. & MRS. SIDNEY KIRSCH
Wish The Entire Community
A Happy New Year
Kendall Radiator
Works
8711 SW 129 Terr. Miami
Happy New Year
233-4554
Fosters Auto
Crushing
11770 SW 214 St. Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
253-6665
Ofelias Beauty Salon
20926 South Dixie Highway Miami 251-5731
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
Kravit Jewelers
ART L1PMAN WALTER KRAVIT
800 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
456-6360 949-9943
Holiday Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
Kendale Lakes
Paint & Decorators
13865 N. Kendall Drive. Miami 595-5880
Happy New Year to Everyone
TROPIC SPA
6370 Manor Lane, South Miami 661-8986
We Wish Everyone A Happy New Year
The Frame Factory
1405 West 49th Street
Hialeah 558-0412
Happy New Year
To All Our Friends & Customers
Stobs Bros.
Construction Co.
7010 NE 4th Court, Miami 751-1692
Happy New Year From All of Us
To All of You
Dr. J. Bernard Drucker
- %'4
, wk Optometrist
247 71st SWMiami 866-4195
Happy New Year
Libby's Hak|Styhng
.1666 NE 123rd St.
North Miami 891-2848
Extends U>'the entire Jewish
Community NewYear Greetings
ft
Well-Bilt
Products Inc.
5561 NW 36 Avenue
Miami 635-8621
Broward-525-0688 Palm Beach- 737-3939
______________Happy New Year
Host 88
(Takeout Food)
Chicken-Sea-Food & Sandwiches, etc.
8320 SW 124 St.
New Year Greetings
Southeastern
Dry Goods Inc.
3520 NW 54th St.
Miami 634-6655
New Year Greetings
ESTHER LIPSCHUTZ
DRAPERY SHOP
3211 SW 22nd Terr.
445-2151
Happy New Year
King Arthur
Chair Company
5501 NW 36 Ave.
635-3066
Happy New Year
Kaberaf Modes
315 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 531-5112
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year


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Mount Sinai Medical Center of Greater Miami is a 700-bed h
located in the residential area of Miami Beach on Biscayne Bay a ul
profit health care facility. Mount Sinai is dedicated to patient*"
research, education and community health. c*.

In 1949, what began as an idea conceived by concerned cit
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reality as Mount Sinai opened as the first non-sectarian, voluntary hn ""*
in the Greater Miami area. *P|,al
For 31 years. Mount Sinai has continued to make a maximum commitm
to providing the finest quality medical care. m
The Officers and
The Board of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai
Extend Cordial
New Year Greetings
To All
OFFICERS
TRUSTEES
V.
Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
President
Executive Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Secretary
Assistant Secretary
Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer
Executive Treasurer
Edward Shapiro
Leonard L Abess
Samuel Friedland
Lila G. Heatter
J. Gerald Lewis
Arthur Pearlman
Alvin Goldberg
Norman Braman
Arthur Mark
W. James Orovitz
Marshal E. Rosenberg
Arthur N. Sheppard
Milton Kelner
Leonard Liebowitz
Gary R. Gerson
Max V. Cogen
Jerome Joseph
Bing Kossoff
Samuel Farber
LIFE TRUSTEES
Leonard L. Abess
L Jules Arkln
Theodore Baumrltter
Shepard Broad
David P. Catsman
Harry Chernin
Max V. Cogen
Julius Darsky
Joseph H. Davidson
Paul Faske
Samuel Friedland
MacGache
Abraham Goodman
Morris Goodman, M.D.
Robert Z. Greene
Jean K. Greenspan
Nathan S. Gumenlck
A. J. Harris
Louis Harris
Jerome H. Joseph
Howard Kane
Aaron M. Kanner
Henry Keller, Sr.
Blng Kossoff
Maurice Koven
Sydney Levison
J. Gerald Lewis
Leonard Liebowitz
Joseph M. Upton
Polly DeHlrsch Meyer
Anna Brenner Meyers
A. J. Molasky
Stanley C. Myers
Harry L Nathenson
Joseph M. Rose
Edward Shapiro
William D. Singer
Joseph R. Stein
Carl Susskind
Carl Weinkle
Milton Weiss
Leonard A. Wien
Louis E. Wolfson
Col. Mitchell Wolfson
Jerry Blank
Norman Braman
Morris Broad
Murray A. Candib
Judge Irving Cypen
Maxwell Dauer, Ph.D.
Richard Deutch, D.D.S.
Robert S. Feldman
Ted S. Finkel
Martin J.Gelb
Gary R. Gerson
Harold Glick, M.D.
Alvin Goldberg
B. B. Goldstein
Jerrold Goodman
Joseph Harris, M.D.
Lila G Heatter
Joseph Kanter
Milton Kelner
Jay I. Kislak
Joseph Kosow
Cal Kovens
Arthur Mark
Nicholas Morley
Sidney Olson
Michael Orovitz
W. James Orovitz
Arthur Pearlman
Rosalie Pines
Marjorie E. Robbins
Marshal E. Rosenberg
Mrs. James Ruby
Lloyd L. Ruskm
Martin L. Sander
Leonard H. Schwartz
Arthur N. Sheppard
Byron L. Sparber
Morton D. Werner
Norman Weinstein
George S. Wise, Ph.D.
Richard M. Zimmerman
HONORARY
PHYSICIAN-TRUSTEES
Richard M. Fleming, M.D.
Stanley Frehling, M.D.
Solomon B. Goldman, M.D.
Leo Grossman, M.D.
Sherman Kaplan, M.D.
Ralph E. Klrsch, M.D.
Leon Manhelmer, M.D.
Milton P. Travers, M.D.
Serving Greater Miami for 31 years
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Miami Beach
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Rep. Pepper Wins Again;
Other Candidates In Runoff
Is Rep. Claude Pepper, still
brating his 80th birthday,
, won the Democratic
nation Tuesday to retain the
County congressional seat
ks held for 18 years.
leading senior citizens
eate in Congress, Pepper
need restaurateur Douglas
kKenzie by a nearly 4-1
rin.
toner turned 80 on Monday.
^November, he'll fac.
Republican Evelio Estrella,
whom he defeated in 1972 and
1976.
The 33-year-old MacKenzie
operates a restaurant at Miami
Beach's Casablanca Hotel with
his brother.
In the 12th District, former
Dade legislator Alan Becker
upset incumbent congressman
Ed Stack of Port Lauderdale by a
3-2 margin. With all precincts
Sen. Stone Faces
Runoff On Oct. 7
Incumbent U.S. Sen. Richard
ckl Stone faces an Oct. 7
|off with Insurance Com-
Isioner Bill Gunter following
day's primary vote.
With 90 percent of the returns
knted as we went to press
Jnesday, Stone led the six-
tdidate Democratic field with
[,182 votes or 32 percent, to
liter's 325,626, or 31 percent.
Vhoever survives the runoff
face a Republican challenger
kt'il by a $400,000 war chest
the GOP National Corn-
It ee.
The GOP candidate appears
ily to be former Public Service
imissioner Paula Hawkins,
i led a field of six Republicans,
faces a runoff with five-term
igressman Lou Frey.
Stone trailed Gunter
oughout the night and lagged
lind State Sen. Buddy
^cKay (D-Ocala), who came in
rd with 258,503 votes. But
Stone, the former Miami city
attorney, finally edged out
Gunter with a strong showing in
Dade County and the rest of his
South Florida stronghold, where
vote counting was slow.
Residents of the Northeast
Dade condominium bloc, along
with predominantly Latin and
black precincts, helped Stone
earn 55,504 votes, or 45 percent
of the Dade turnout-
Six years ago, Gunter led
Stone by 80,000 votes after the
first primary. But a combination
of rain in Gunter's stronghold of
central Florida and over-
confidence on Gunter's part led
Stone to a slim 10,000-vote runoff
victory.
This time, a hotly contested
and bitter runoff race is a cer-
tainty. Stone said he would try to
set up several debates with
Gunter, abandoning his earlier
vow to appear in only one runoff
debate.
University Accused Of
Barring Israeli Academics
MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Exeter
varsity, which has received
isiderable support from Arab
(rernments, has been accused
barring Israeli academics from
jnterence on Saudi Arabia last
?nth Two senior Israeli
solars and an Israeli
^graduate student at the
ndon School of Economics had
guested to attend the con-
en ^ir presence would be em-
rassing.
They are Prof. Maim Shaked,
kn of the Faculty of
Humanities at Tel Aviv
University, professor of Middle
East history and director of the
Shiloah Center for Middle East
and African studies; Dr. Joseph
Nevo, a lecturer at Haifa
University; and Joseph Kostnir,
a graduate at the London School
of Economics who is writing a
thesis on Saud Arabia. The
conference, which had been
organized by Exeter University's
Center for Arab Gulf Studies,
had been attended by Prince
Abdullah al-Saud, a prominent
member of the Saudi royal
family.
lAward Goes to Courshon
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States an-
nounces it will present the National Humanitarian Award to
Arthur H. Courshon at the Humanitarian Award Dinner/Ball
in his honor on Saturday, Nov. 15.
The event will be at the Sheraton Bal Harbour.
counted, Becker had 28,364 votes
to Stack's 20,178.
Becker, a 34-year-old Plan-
tation lawyer, who was a North
Dade County state represen-
tative from 1972 to 1978 before
moving to West Broward, faces
Fort Lauderdale Mayor E. Clay
Shaw in November.
In races for the State Senate,
winners were Richard Renick in
District 39; John Hill in District
33; and Jack Gordon in District
35.
Elected in races for State
Representative were Tom
McPherson, 92nd District; Fred
Lippman, 94th District; David
Lehman, 97th District; Virginia
Rosen, 100th District; Ronald
Silver, 103rd District; Joe Lang
Kershaw, 105th District; A.M.
Fontana, 107th District; Bob
Reynolds, 108th District; Ed
London, 109th District; John
Cosgrove, 111th District;
William Sadowski, 113th
District; Alan Rosenthal, 114th
District and Ceferino Rodriguez
(R-)
Also elected were Bill Flynn,
117th District; Charlie Hall.
118th District; Larry Hawkins,
119th District; and Joe Allen,
120th District.
Facing run-offs for State
Representative are Dorothy
Cohen and Michael Friedman,
102nd District; Vashti Arm-
brister and William Hodges,
104th District; Steve Siegfried
and Pat Smith, 115th District;
and Gene Flinn and Dexter
Lehtinen, 116th District.
In School Board races, Michael
Krop and Marian Nesbitt face a
runoff in District 5; Paul Cejas
and J.C. (Chet) Fields face a
runoff in Group 1; and Janet
McAliley and Robert Turner face
a runoff in Group 2.
In races for the Circuit Court:
Gerald Kogan was elected in the
11th Circuit Group 3; D. Bruce
Levy was elected in Group 7; and
Joseph Nadler was elected in
Group 8.
In races for the County Court:
Marvin Gillman and Mary Ella
Johnson face a run-off; in Group
1; Alex Gordon was elected in
Group 6; and Albert Zemlock
was elected in Group 10.
Steve Clark was re-elected
mayor by a wide margin. Elected
to the Board of County Com-
missioners were Harvey Ruvin in
District 5 and James Redford Jr.
in District 6. Facing a run-off in
District 7 are Luis Morse and
Beverly Phillips.
James Devaney was elected to
the North Miami City Council.
Voters approved the creation
of a special taxing district for
Metro fire-rescue services by a
better than 2-1 margin. And they
voted down a Florida city tax
increase.
\e ORT Centennial Exhibit, commemorating the founding f ,th*0rfu* it
[bilitation through Training, is on display through Sept. 24 in ^Jobbyoft^Qn^MU^
hish Federation building Federation and ORT leadership on hand for the PBftke
fibit were (from left) Harry A. Levy, GMJF president; Mary Men Peyto^wuUncom-
\ttee chairman of the Women's American ORT, Dade South Region; Gloria Cheka^ow Presi-
\t of Women's American ORT, Dade South Region; Myron J. Brote.bMFexKUtwvwe
Udent; Jean Rose, president of Women's American ORT. Southeast Region; MarkDrucker
Native director of Women's American ORT, District VI; Kenneth Kay, chairman of the
f^d of Men's American ORT, Miami Beach Chapter; Milton Hecker, director of Men s
herican ORT, Florida Region; and (not pictured) Irving and Charlotte Weinberg, president of
Omen's American ORT, Point East Chapter.
200 Community Leaders Attend
Conference on Jewish Family Life
sored by the University of
Judaism, the study validated
much of what is alreadv known
about Jews in Los Angeles
high divorce rates, more single-
parent families, increasing mixed
marriages, a growing singles
community, new attitudes
toward marriage, the changing
role of women, drugs,
delinquency and similar
problems.
According to the study, fourth-
generation Jews are showing
concern about inter-married
couples because such couples
have fewer children, fewer
children are raised as Jews, and
the children of inter-married
parents also inter-marry, while
two-thirds of the parents do not
convert to Judaism. Sandberg
said Jews "may need to change
their perspectives and responses,
and be more accepting of
behavior that does not
necessarily mesh with their
By BEN GALLOB
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Delegates to a Los Angeles
conference on the Jewish family
have concluded that there is no
longer a "norm" for being a
Jewish family, the primary link
for the individual Jew to a sense
of community, according to Dr.
Max Vorspan, vice president of
the University of Judaism and
conference chairman.
More than 200 community
professionals, rabbis, lay leaders,
educators and generally in-
terested Jews attended the
conference at the University of
California at Los Angeles
(UCLA). The conference was
sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee, the
University of Judaism and the
Jewish Federation Council of Los
Angeles.
KEY SPEAKERS were Dr.
Neil Sandberg, AJCommittee
western regional director; Dr.
Irving Greenberg, director of the
National Jewish Resource
Center; his wife, Blu Greenberg,
author and lecturer; and Joseph
Giordano, chairman of the
coalition for the White House
Conference on Families, and
director of the AJCommittee
institute on pluralism and group
identity.
In addition, Vorspan said, four
families, representing the
traditional family, and three non-
traditional families the in-
termarried, the blended and
single-parent families shared
their particular problems,
anxieties and joys with the
delegates. A "blended" family
was described as one in which
there are children from two or
more marriages blended into a
new family configuration.
Sandberg discussed the find-
ings of a research study con-
ducted in 1979 by him and Dr.
Gene Levine of UCLA. Spon-
RABBI Greenberg told the
conference that American Jewish
families are facing the "crisis of
success' and a drift in values. He
said "there is a choice to
recognize the crisis of that
success and, as conscious Jews
and as a community that begins
to plan its own fate, try to cope
with the situation."
He suggested confronting the
Holocaust and the pathology in
modern culture which the
Holocaust represents. He said
that, in confronting the
Holocaust, "we draw the
strength to engage in the kind of
social critique, the challenge to
values, the willingness to
reevaluate social institutions."
Rabbi Greenberg said it would
take "a major new effort in
Jewish culture with vast new
networks of interlinking groups
to hold people. In this effort, the
Jewish family is the strongest
resource even though it is facing
a crisis."
9 Years Ago
Ben Gurion To
Muskie On Boundaries
TEL AVIV (ZINS) Nine years ago, then Sen.
Edmund Muskie, currently the U.S. Secretary of State,
paid a visit to Israel's elder statesman, David Ben Gurion,
at Sde Boker. Some excerpts of their talks appeared
recently in the Hebrew morning daily, Ha'aretz. Muskie
asked Ben Gurion about his view on Israel's boundaries.
This was Ben Gurion's reply:
"It depends on whether there will be a significant
Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union (the talks took
place long before the onset of the great wave of arrivals
from Russia), and the land available in the Negev is suf-
ficient to absorb these newcomers. However, the real issue
is not whether we need the territories for our own space.
That problem has three separate aspects.
"IN THE FIRST PLACE, it is a matter of historical
right; a right which is milennia old. In the second place, as
a consequence of that first point, Jews are entitled to live
in all parts of the historic homeland. Just as American
Jews are entitled to live in all parts of the United States,
so are Israeli Jews entitled to live in all portions of the
Land of Israel.
"Finally, if an enduring peace with the Arabs
depends upon our relinquishing a portion of the historic
land of Israel, then I would counsel my people to give up
even the greater part of the administered territories, with
the exception of Jerusalem and the Golan Heights."
AT THAT POINT, Sen. Muskie asked Ben Gurion
what he understands by the term "peace." Ben Gurion
replied that he meant the same sort of peace that prevails
between Belgium and the Netherlands. Sen. Muskie
observed that so far as those two European countries are
concerned, there seemed to be no firm boundaries. Ben
Gurion concurred, saying that "boundaries are an aspect
of neighborly relationships between peoples. If the
relationships are good then the question of boundaries
loses its importance."
' Miami, Florida. Friday, September 12. 1980
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Rosh Hashanah Quiz
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By RABBI SAMUEL J FOX
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'May :'-- bt inscribed tad <*~ez. taumadfat
-. . This greeting is based jpoc the Tilmudic
Tractate Rose Hashanah desenpooo of the
are opened on Rosh Hashanah
r>e. the righteous are immediately inscribed
for life In one. the evil are :=media:eiy in-
scribed for death A third is kept open until Yom
Kippur for what are known as the -between
humans If by Yom Kippur they have repented
they are inscribed for life. If not. they are in-
scribed for death
The Mishnah lAboth Chapter 3i states that
whosoever is liked by people is liked by the
Almighty Thus, every Jew wishes his neighbor
that he be among the righteous who are im-
mediately inscribed for life without even having
to wait until Yom Kippur. This also shows the
confidence and trust one Jew is supposed to have
in another.
It is for this latter reason that this greeting is
not said again after the first night of Rosh
Hashanah. Greeting one in this fashion on the
next morning, for example, would indicate that
the individual whom I greet has not as yet been
inscribed for life. Thus I do not consider him
among the righteous who are "immediately"
inscribed for life, and so I am really insulting
him by wishing him so after the first night of
Ro9h Hashanah.
Why is the Holy Ark opened so often during the
Prayers of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
uhi'le it is not opened at all during the ueek
days of the year and only once on Sabbath
morning ?
The opening of the Ark indicated the most
serious moments during the liturgy. It was
opened only upon the most important occasions
during the prayers. Some open it during the year
only while praying during an emergency in-
volving life and death. Rosh Hashanah is
considered such an emergency since humans are
being judged either for life or for death and so
the Ark is opened at special prayers during the
high holiday services.
This is not done through the year so as not to
lessen the effect on those importa-c occasions
when the Ark must be opened. Furthermore, on
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur a Jew feels
himself nearer to God because of his special state
of purity and penance. Thus the axk is especially
opened during this period to demonstrate our
closeness to Him at this time, as well as to show
how dire and urgent are circumstances during
the period of judgment.
To demonstrate how awe-inspiring is the
moment when trie Ark is opened, the con-
gregation must always rise when the Ark is
open Since Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are
davs when we stand in the synagogue most of
the time, the Ark is especially opened during
that period
'' -.' :s .he Shofar kept coieredin the synagogue
. -. Rosh Hashanah when it is not held in hand
- I lou. ing?
A number of reasons are offered for this
practice. It is contended that since the Shofar
may not be used for any other purpose on Rosh
Hashanah except for blowing the prescribed
notes, it is covered at all other times lest it be
handled and used for some purposs extraneous
to that for which it was intended There are some
who see a mystical meaning behind the covering
of the Shofar. They claim that the ram. which
was eventually substituted for Isaac at the Sac-
rifice on Mount Moriah was kept hidden until
the special moment of its appearance.
This was symbolic of the fact that our Sal-
vation is usually hidden and unseen until the
moment of saving us comes to be. The Shofar.
which is the symbol which reminds us of that
ram I since the Shofar is a ram's horni. is likewise
kept hidden until the moment of its use for
blowing the liturgical notes which ask for our
salvation before the Almighty.
Why do we dip our Challah in honey on Rosh
Hashanah?
This seems to be an old practice dating back
at least to the Gaonic period. Rabbi Natronai
Gaon used to drink liquids with honey on Rosh
Hashanah and verbally express the prayer and
hope that "the corning year be sweet." The
honey is thus an omen for a good and pleasant
year ahead. Others claim a special reason for the
honey. They claim that fools seek to have exces-
sively sweetened foods. And it is considered
better to be a fool who erred than a wise man
who is evil.
Others, using a similar vein of thought, say-
that if the Almighty will find that we have
sinned, and who has not. let him at least judge
us as fools who do not know better or who made
foolish mistakes, rather than alert individuals
who willfully wronged God or man. This is in
line with a Talmudic dictum that no man sins
unless a foolish notion entered his head.
Others claim that honey is used because it
reminds us of the bee who stings and yet gives
sweet produce. We thus pray that even if we
shall be subject to the sting of fate for the
coming year, at least let us have the sweet fruits
of our labors to make up for this sting which
brings pain.
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Libya's Man From Georgia
|ByBOBERT E.SEGAL
ndon Johnson has hia
hies with his rambunctious
, Sam-R^hard Nixon had
X of difficulties with Brother
lld Somehow, both Lyndon
fijfck managed to keep these
lial problems under com-
Ltive control.
L Jimmy Carter's brother,
I isnt just an unconforming,
bonsible enfant terrible. This
uided missile, through his
with Col. Mu'ammar
addhafi's Libyan govern-
L much more than through
'beer-can buffoonery, has
shed a storm threatening to
muddv tracks through
1 zones of the Carter
femment
OW AS a registered agent for
libvan regime. Billy Carter
thrown chills into the hearts
pllions For him to claim that
($220,000 already received
I Tripoli is not a payment for
ices just a friendly loan.
L eyebrows high enough. But
k he rationalizes his
(ionship with the Libyan
irnment by saying that a
j of governments support
foists and thus to conclude
|a number of wrongs make a
danger signals shoot
iigh the Carter sky.
Jbva. Libya' How dare we
El the sorry record of this
African nation in the
> of 11 years of rule by the
less adventurer, Qaddhafi?
lident Anwar Sadat of Egypt
lly brands him "lunatic."
is Socialist People's Libyan
Uhiriya dominates in what its
Itor palms off as a popular
Joe-racy. Rule is not by a
Ititution but by Qaddhafi's
In Book All political parties
I the Colonel's own are
wed: all media are gover-
nt-controlled: newspapers
Drbidden to print editorials.
,iIS SINGLE, most impor-
terrorist base in the Middle
: is held responsible for
hing down 11 Israeli athletes
972 at the Munich Olympics,
wi those murderers returned
Tripoli with the weapons
Bat
Mitzvah
r Streicher
ROGER MILLER
Iger Miller, son of Mr. and
I Irving Miller, will be called
\e Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
rday, Sept. 13, at Temple
i^Sholom of Greater Miami at
1 a.m. Dr. Leon Kronish will
ate.
bger is a student of the
firmation Class of 5742.
LEE STREICHER
Scott Streicher, son of Mr.
'rs. Jack Streicher, will be
to the Torah as Bar
ah, Saturday, Sept. 13, at
a.m. at Temple Emanu-El.
ving Lehrman will officiate.
|e celebrant is a student in
*ghth grade at Lehrman Day
and Mrs. Streicher will
the Kiddush following the
ices in honor of the occasion
la reception Saturday in the
Wand Ballroom at Temple
Inu-El. Special guests will
|de: Mr. Louis Levy and
|ia Levy, grandparents; Mrs.
H Cohen, grandmother; and
i and Cindy Cohen, aunt and
B, Atlantic City, N.J.
smuggled to them in Libyan
diplomatic pouches they were
accorded heroes' funerals.
A staunch supporter of the
Ayatolla Khomeini, a willing
savior of Idi Amin when his
Ugandan regime was crushed in
March, 1979, Qaddhafi blames
"imperialism, international
Zionism, and racialism" for his
acts of subversion and terror. Not
the least of these was the Dec. 2,
1979, attack upon the U.S.
Embassy in Tripoli by a mob of
2,000 Libyans.
A constant flow of weapons
from Moscow helps Qaddhafi
back Yasir Arafat's Palestine
Liberation Organization.
England finds it necessary to
expel Qaddhafi's agents who
have been zooming in on Libyan
exiles in London for the sport of
slaughter. But, says Qaddhafi,
"it's the Christians and the Jews
who commit genocide."
Libya's Jewish population was
35,000 some 35 years ago. Only
40 Jews remain today.
This, then, is the nation whose
cause Billy Carter espouses; it is
Libya's diplomats for whom Billy
threw a bash in the Atlanta
Hilton in January. 1979. Asked
then what was in it for him, Billy,
with a characteristic elegant
choice of words replied: "The'
only thing I can say is there is a
hell of a lot more Arabians than I
there is Jews."
AT THAT time, a spokesman
for the State Department was;
quoted as saying, "We were not
consulted in advance, but we do'
welcome this sort of visit if it
results in improved Libyan
understanding of the United
States."
Thus did Billy Carter get his
$220,000 loan. Thas he had had
dreams of enriching himself and
Georgia buddies with future
largesses from the oilwells of
Libya sluiced through the hands
of some of Qaddhafi's other
agents.
About a year ago. Col. Qad-
dhafi wrote to President Carter
dwelling upon his desire to have
all Jews who had come to Israel
from Europe shipped back to the
land of their forebears. Qad-
dhafi's clients in that instance
were members of Arafat's PLO.
Billy Carter's client is Qaddhafi. j
How does the President answer
the letter from Tripoli; how does
he deal with his brother, the
lobbyist for the friend of despots
and ar aspirant for the role of the
ultimate destructive power of the
State of Israel?
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5740-The Most Difficult Year Ever
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FT WOULD be idle to claim that Iruk has had
a good year on the diplomatic iron: For almost
half of the time the country was left without a
Foreign Monster It is arguable, indeed, that
5740 as possibly the most difficult year ever
why make bones about it1'
There are few nations as hard pressed as Israel
very likely none. It would take more than
usual skill and courage to confront all these
pressures They derive primarily from an Arab
world's growing richer by the day. and
politically stronger, thanks to the overflow of
petrodollars in its coffers and its stranglehold on
an oil-thirsty industrialized West.
THIS INDUSTRIALIZED West is a
secondary, but infinitely more powerful, source
of pressure on Israel It feds bound to appease
its Arab supplier! and it has not hesitated to
do so. The nine heads of government of the
European Economic Community devoted an
entire two-day meeting at Venice in June to
discussing the Middle East Despite the more
directly menacing events of Iran and
Afghanistan, the Middle East has come, for
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them as for others, to mean essentially the Arab-
Israel conflict
It is easier to publish declarations damaging
to Israel than to tackle head-on the savage
fanatkism of the ayatollahs or the Soviets
aggression against an independent Moslem
state.
The Arab and Moslem states have not let up
for a moment in their attacks on Israel in the
United Nations and every other international
forum Thev have stepped up their attempted
subversion "even of Western parliamentartans.
U S" SavltJ Council resolutions no longer
carrv the moral force they- did. but when they
follow one another in rapid succession, always
with the same bite and bias against Israel, they
create a cumulative situation which at times
seems weli-mgh irreversible.
ISRAELS CRITICS in the West las indeed
throughout the world I have in recent months
fastened on two main issues. The first is the
establishment of new settlements on the West
Bank iJudea and Samaria) This derives from
two considerations: history and security Most
of the parties which constitute the Government
coalition believe in the historic right of Jews to
establish themselves anywhere within the
historic boundaries of the Land of Israel and
are determined to exercise this right. There are
few who will deny such a right in principle (even
President Jimmy Carter has conceded it), but
hardly anyone outside Israel agrees that it is
politic to implement it on the West Bank, given
the hostility of this territory's overwhelmingly
Arab population
As for security, opinions differ on how many
settlements are required to ensure it. or where
they should be set up. but it is, as such, a
consideration which is widely understood, and
which should readily lend itself to negotiation
To negotiate, however, you need partners, and
neither Jordan nor the Palestinians have so far
been willing to join in the Camp David process
which called for their participation.
The second issue is the future of Jerusalem. It
had been tacitly accepted that this problem
would have to be left to the last for discussion
after all other issues were settled. Once there is a
genuinely comprehensive" peace (and "com-
prehensive peace" is no longer the Arabs' code
term for their rejection of Israeli, a new at-
mosphere will have been created: it should be
possible then to take much of the sting out of the
Jerusalem question and settle it in a spirit of
conciliation.
ARAB INSISTENCE on discussing
Jerusalem now is deliberate designed to put
one mure major obstacle in the way of peace. On
this subject too. the West, like the Communist
bloc and the Third World, has been busily ap-
peasing the .Arabs at Israel's expense. It is
inter
son*
clear that Israel will not under anv cirr
give up Jerusalem or any part of ,t M^J(
. ""^M* BBto *'."""" thing, te
Israel will succeed in weaning either the a
most of the rest of the world from their i
on these two central issues nor. of coL
srae capitulate. The result n$mgl
Israel s "image will continue to arf 1
politicians and the media will see to that I
we shall have to learn to uve ZZl
diminishing popularity on the
scene.
At the same time, the Jewish jam
has seen the steady implementation of I
peace treaty with Egypt. "Normalization
in earnest in February with the exch.
diplomatic missions. An ambassador of Et
Israel, an ambassador of Israel in Cain
only a little while ago would have seera
dream, has become reality. Some seven l
Israelis have this year visited Egypt
number of Egyptians who havp C0'TO
has been far smaller to be counted bt I
score or perhaps in hundreds, certainly at?
Here is one of several signs that Egypt |
part, has been going slow on normal
and it is unlikely to go much faster
autonomy talks make progress In
cumstances it may slow down
THESE TALKS were interrupted
President Anwar Sadat in late spring. ju|
January. 1978 he had suddenly broken i
peace negotiations. But with some suasion!
the United States the talks were resumed M
and are likely now to move slowly forward |
perhaps only natural that the longer
discussions go on. the more difficult they I
the easier problems are solved first.
the willingness of either wide to m
cessions has seemingly grown weaker
long as the talks continue, the Camp
process" remains valid and this, so fir I
well served Egypt's and Israel's interestsi
There is more than a suspicion
countries, probably like all those concernedt
the Middle East, including the United Stt
itself, are marking time as long as the i
of the American presidential election is ind
This, almost certainly, is not a valid
sideration. since U.S. foreign policy hail
consistently bipartisan and American inti
are unlike to change for many years.
ANY MODIFICATION can only be
not strategic but this alone could meani
pressures on Israel, supported by Wash
more openly than in the past As we enurool
year 5741. Israel is aware of the pitfalls thai
ahead and knows it will have to calculate
risks A great deal will depend on ourseh|
on whatever degree of lucidity and pure!
we can summon up.
in fond RememBRance
Of
Rose Simonhof f Loudan
an6
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Friday, September 12,1980
Pioneer Women Set Conference
thp second annual conference conclave will be Sarah Alspector
If: Seast Area of Pioneer iJ^^^J-ftr^ the
*Jewist Fhridian
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will be held at the
Kville Hotel in Miami Beach.
C, 7 and 8. bringing together
ffii'-prs and committee chairmen
(more than 40 Pioneer Women
lute and chapters in Dade
toward and Palm Beach
bunties.
Featured guest at the two-day
..,...., ,clucr of the
Na'amat Executive in charge of
information and culture. Ms.
Alspector, who has been
designated the new schlicha
(emissary) from Na'amat to its
sister organization of Pioneer
Women, will discuss the new
goals, aims and projects of the
organization.
Ein Karem Hadassah Meeting
j _ij.. Arkprmnn tha lw.,.i. _.
combined regular and study
.roup meeting of Ein Karem
Ranter of Hadassah will take
Con Tuesday. Sept. 16 at
Ti 30 a.m. in the Star Lakes
Auditorium. All Hadassah
hembers. associates, husbands
jnd guests an? invited.
i Ann Field, educational
hairman, will present Ann
b
AcKerman, the book reviewer.
She will bring a message on
American and Israeli affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sircus.
who are celebrating their 60th
wedding anniversary, will be the
host and hostess to a mini
luncheon at this meeting.
Sylvia Alpern and Sonia Seigel
are program co-chairmen.
lathy Grossman to Address Ko'ach
; LVhn Grossman, feature
riter for the Living Today
,Ktion oTThe Miami Herald, will
Lake a repeat appearance when
headdresses the Ko'ach Chapter
the Miami Beach Region of
jadassah Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 8
lm. in Jefferson National Bank.
. Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami
ach. located on the corner of
netree Dr. and Arthur Godfrey
)ad.
I Her topic will be "A Reporter's
aw."
I The public is invited, and
hership is welcome.
bsmance of the High Holy
y period will be given in a
Don delivered by Carol Erez,
cation vice president, and an
American Affairs report will be
given by Chairman Betti
Dulberger.
Cedars of Lebanon
The Auxiliary of Cedars of
Lebanon Health Care Center is
sponsoring an open meeting and
installation luncheon at 10 a.m.
on Tuesday. Sept. 16.
Rosita Perez, former director of
the Mental Health Association of
Dade County, will address the
group. Her topic will be therapy
through 'musical com-
munications.
The event is free and open to
the public.
Ernest Bloch, composer,
philosopher and teacher was
the subject of an art exhibit
when the Lowe Levinson Art
Gallery of Temple Beth
Sholom launched its 1980-81
season, Tuesday, Sept. 9 with
a retrospective exhibition
entitled, "The Spiritual and
Artistic Odyssey of Ernest
Bloch." The exhibit continues
through Sept. 29.
CAJE Special
Education Classes
Central Agency for Jewish
Education announces the second
year of Jewish education classes
for children with learning
disabilities. Synagogue and
community classes throughout
Dade and Broward counties are
beginning for youngsters who are
unable to study in the regular
classroom.
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about locations and dates of
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For A Happy New Year
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Missionary cults are on the increase: Jewihs children are bowing down
to gurus and building their lives around non-Jewish ideologies and prac-
tices. In order to bring our people out of these cults and prevent others
from joining, we have to give them an alternative, advises Dr Mordechai
Nuri. director of JEM (Jewish Experience in Meditation). JEM teaches an
ancient method of meditation which was learned in Israel.
As the former director of Maimonides Clinic and a therapist. Dr. Nun has
researched various cults for the past 2 years and he is an expert in
deprogramming the victims. His goal is to build up a large centre which
could accommodate youth or adults for a period of time while they are
learning to meditate in accordance with the Jewish tradition. In this
way, Jewish people would no longer need to forsake their heritage to
find relaxation and a satisfying way of meditating.
Dr. Nun is appealing to all Jews to imagine that it is, God forbid, their
very own child deceived into these cults so please help to support this
cause. There are a number of ways that you can help:
1. Send contributions to JEM P.O. Box 39-01921, Miami Beach. Fla.
33139. All donations are tax-deductible.
2. Support JEM by buying Lulav and Etrog for the holiday of Sukkot.
3. Fill up a JEM charity box which you can obtain by calling (305) 534-
5550.
4. Call up and register as a volunteer for this cause.
Classes in Jewish meditation are applicable for any Jewish person age
' 16 and up. For times of current classes or for information, call 534-5550
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Friday, September 12, m
Sam Levenson -r x _
Serious Side of Jewish Life In America
sights into the serious side of
:;

By ROCHELLE WOLK
ALBANY. NY. (JTA)
"Remember: "All those
who didn't eat chicken
don't get dessert"." I
chided Sam Levenson last
March. Telephoning him to
set up an interview after his
United Jewish Appeal ap-
pearance here. I had un-
wittingly interrupted his
dinner. He began the con-
versation with: "Do I dis-
turb you when you're eat-
ing your chicken?" Recall-
ing one of Levenson's most
famous lines. I had the
pleasure of turning it on its
creator.
When I met Levenson the next
morning, his general somber
mood disappointed me. He was
more philosophical than funny.
Familiar with his jokes since
childhood. I expected an up-beat
and amusing encounter. After
Levenson died of cardiac arrest at
the age of 68, I realized his in-
Jewish life in America in 1980 are
perhaps as great a legacy as his
humor.
"I'M MORE of a teacher than
I used to be," the pudgy
comedian told me. "This is not a
time for jokes'' Discussing
brilliant Jews who have lost
their heritage," he seemed deeply
concerned about the future of
Judaism in America.
"Cultures are like a palette,"
he explained. "When you mix
them all together you get a mish-
mash. It's enough already. I
know where I belong, where I
ggf ft.1*8.- "arespon-
sible defender of my people.' he
emphasized. He defined a Jew as
a person "willing to follow the
destiny of the (Jewish) people."
Levenson said his humor
worked because it was inten-
tionally authentic" and truly
represented what he was thinking
about. "Jewish humor is falsified
when it could be other ethnic
humor," he said. "And I try not
to have a victim. No one suffers
or the idea suffers. My stories
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Mrs. MarshallJ. Keyes
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Miss Mary Sara Cromer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Cromer of Miami Beach, became
the bride of Dr. Marshall J. Keyes on Aug. 24 at
the Turnberry Isle Country Club. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kieselstein
ofWestbury. N.Y.
Rabbi Brett Goldstein officiated at the
ceremony. Maid of honor was Nancy Cromer,
sister of the bride, and best man was Joseph
Kieselstein, father of the groom.
The bride is a teacher at Edison Park
K.lementary School, and the bridegroom is an
ophthalmologist, practicing in Santa Monica,
Calif.
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and a week in Guatemala, the couple will live at
3920 Kingswood Road, Sherman Oaks, Calif.

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Berman-Klotz
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M argot S. Berman announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Melissa Anne, to Mr. Richard
Galen Klotz on Sunday, Sept. 7.
The wedding took place at
Hebrew Union College in New
York, and a luncheon followed
the ceremony. Rabbi Lawrence
Raphael officiated. The bride's
sister, Carrie Berman, was the
maid of honor. The groom's
brother. Warren Klotz, was the
best man.
The bride is a magna cum
laude graduate of Harvard
University and is a member of
the Radcliffe Chapter of Phi Beta
Kappa. She is writing her doc-
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The bride's father is on the
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The groom is a member of the
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He is completing his doctoral
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A viva Group to See Israel Slides
Dr. Emanuel Pushkin. Coral
Gables optometrist and Zionist
leader, will present slides of
Na'amat installations in Israel
Wednesday. Sept. IT. at a noon
meeting of Aviva Chapter of
Pioneer Women in the civic
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633 NE 167th St.. North Miami
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At this most holy time of year.
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Don Greene Provisions, Inc.
Distributors for Cooking Good Tne Tasty YeiiowChicxen
[2900 NW 75 St M.ami
836-1630
Harley-Davidson
of Miami, Inc.
NEW USED TRADE-INS
TTOlNW^Ave. 9860 E. Perm St.
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Doreen's School
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947-1731 151NW162SL N.M.B
ROCHELLE, MARSHALL, ROBYN
and ALEZA BALTUCH
MR. and MRS. GEORGE BALTUCH
HARRIS BALTUCH and Daughter DARLENE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Sew Year
New Year Greetings
Airco Plating Co., Inc.
0r 21 rears n sm locator li^nno or* o' me 'm luiiy luiomiito imc oir.nr;
-Mefimes m f onOi 3636NW46SI 602476 M.*m,
insty-prints
INSTANT LITHO PRINTING
Se HaDIa Espanoi
13211NW 7th Ave. North Miami
50lo 1000 coo-es or hot *f ,i you .m
680681|
lm somcmMmm
Happy New Year
Dade
Snce '__
Exporters of Paper Products & Plastics
2323 NW 7th Avenue Miam.
582-KOt
Patrick F. Crook
For IBM Reconditioned & New Adler Selectrics
Salt* Repairs Rentals
1840 NW 36 St. 635-1234 635-2392
Holiday Greetings
Purity Pest Control
South-North Daue Since 1962 Specializing In
Commercial Pest, Rodent & Bird Control
8257 SW 124th St. 238-9303
Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings
Sunshine Pools Inc.
Arneson Pool Sweep Pool Filters & Heaters -
Pumps & Motors Paints & Chemicals
2801NW22Ava. Miami 636-5509
Walter Ham's
Candid and Natural Photography
SSSZiSS^^ Sm,le- <** Lves You
rinaw48St. Miami
665-2457
Happy New Year
Action Steam Cleaning
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
RESTAURANT KITCHENS CONSTRUCTION EQUIP
MENT HOMES PATIOS POOLS
P.O. BOX 557-442 MIAMI 33155 551-7831
Beach Stamps
Stamp Appraisals Estates & Collections Bought
Financial Federal BIdg. Suite 9-G
407 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 534-4525
Happy New Year To All
Jackie Hague
940-7425
Holiday Greetings and a Very Happy New Year from
The Kelly Girls
1250 E. Hailandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale
458-5777
Strachan
Shipping Co.
Steamship Agents (Dodge Island Seaport) Stevedoring
2125 B,scayne Blvd. Happy New Year 573S
Convex Security
Mirrors
A. J. Weingarden, Dist.
6900 Bay Dr., M.B. Happy New Year 861-9211
The Light Switch
lrack Lighting Distributor. Modeez & COW
Lamps Temp0rary L,*htin8 "*. Arc Lights. Floor
2110 NE 123 St. Holiday Grating, 895-0264
Holiday Greetings
DIETEL RADIO & TV. Inc
a h?'Y* Cok>r SP~ialwt
All Makes & Models
645 NF m t*Dna Serl5e With '"Elation
t>4o Nt 125 St. North Miami
8H-6913
New Year Greetings
Truly Nolen
"C*U our Ijouim to you'HouS0
Pest Control Lawn Spraying Tent Furniture
M., u, Fumigation Lawn Spraying
6931W. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hollywood 620-1257
Happy New Year
Harriels Tobacco Shop
Home of the Harriels Cigars and Pipes
Choose from our Large Selection of Name Brands
7291 Dadeland Mall 661 -9696 Midway Mall 266-2782
Quality Inn South
,.. o GREGORY LEVINE-OWNER _
14501 So. Dixie Highway Miami 251-2000
Holiday Greetings -
I
Palace of Kings
,.OMP KIM and ANTHONY VILLAZON ,
2172 NE 123rd St. North Miami 893-5293
Holiday Greetings
._________


Friday. September 12.1980
+Jmisi fkrictitr
Page 9- E
Serious Side of Jewish Life In America
come out of the life we lead. I
seek out deliberate aspects of my
private life that other people have
experienced. I find it works; I see
nodding heads. The whole
purpose of art and humor is to
seek out the common
denominator in people.
"THE FAMILY is the best
common denominator. Hardly
anyone didn't have one," Leven-
son quipped, his humor seeping
through his gloom.
'I love Jewish mothers.
They're a maligned race," he con-
tinued. "In all human relation-
ships there is no greater love than
a mother's love for her children."
In another humorous aside, he
added: "There are two times
when a child is busy kicking .
during the fifth month (of preg-
nancy) and at age 14."
Asked to define Jewish humor,
Levenson said: "Jewish humor
comes from being what we are.
Future humor will depend on how
Jewish we remain whether
there are Jewish entertainers, or
entertainers who happen to be
Jewish." He condemned the type
of humor that presents a
Professional Welding Inc.
246SW5SI.-443-1400
Happy New Year
American Sport
Diving School
THE MOBILE DIVING SCHOOL PRIVATE OR
GROUPCLASSES
253-5353 Season Greetings
Bernie Sager
Dance Studios
1519 Washington Av.. M.B.-538-1942
Happy New Year
lOcean Electric Co.
741-5 St.-M.B.-672-7233
Happy New Year To All
J.A.I. COIN CO. INC.
iBuy Sell Trade Gold Silver Coins
llJiplomat Mall
11725E. Hallendale Bch. Blvd-454-2255
\Hppy New Year
Patio Man
"025NE2 Ave-754-7171 754-9956
Happy New Year To All
Boat Canvas
International Inc.
Boat ("overs & TopsCushions-Tarpaulines Etc.-All
Jobs Custom Fit
14241 WV 37 Court-635-9900
Iflt'Pny New Year To All
'ruise Vacations
|A Division of Universal Express Travel Service
[blOl Sunset Dr.-S.M.-Open 7 Days
[Happy New Year To All
June's
\Gowns For the Complete Bridal Party & Special
Occasions
| 4400 Hollywood Blvd. Happy New 67U Red /{c/
Hollywood Year To All c.G.
Broward 987-0525 665-9432 Dade
Watch Repair Sale Of
Toasters-broilers-ventilators-vacuum cleaner-sewing
I machines-air conditioner Happy
[We Buy Gold. Silver, and Used Watches New
11642 Euclid Av.-M.B.-534-1360 Ymnr Tn AU
ppenfrom9a.m.-6p.m.-Monday-Sunday
Relax!!!
iWell Take Care of Your Loved Ones. Home or
\Hpital-Competent Staff.
I >erry Adams Homemaker-932-8810
\nappyNew Year ToAU
AIIKindsOf
[Odd Jobs Done
CARPENTRY-PAINTING
Ltc. Call Eddie;-940-4956
Happy New Year
tiERBGQUEN.ASIBG..
ABRIENNE REALTY. INE.
2020 NE163 St.-N.M.B.-944-7344
Happy New Year
"negative, selt-aestructive, anti-
Semitic view of Judaism."
"OFTEN THE subject is not
Jews, but we use it against our-
selves," he added. "For example,
the subject is resorts, so we use
Miami and pick on Jews. In my
humor, the Jew is victorious and
no one can down him. I don't
permit myself, in humor, to
demean the Jewish people. I use
our greatest contributions to
arts, science, culture. Judaism
has to be protected."
Levenson said his pessimism
was caused by the life-style in
America today, which he sum-
med up as "plastic lunch."
"When we were poor, there were
fewer things to eat up our time.
With more success, we have less
time," he explained. "In our
house the emphasis was on
reading books. Kids today need
more education in values and
what they mean." He described
psychiatry as "an idea that
didn't succeed," and suggested it
be replaced by old-fashioned
sachel (common sense).
Levenson grew up in a house-
Continued on Page 12-E
MASTEETQMY
BREAST PROSTHESIS SURGICAL BRAS &
SURGICAL GARMENTS
BELL MEDICAL SUPPLY OF MB.
7136 Collins Av.-864-1122-864-2241
Happy New Year To All
Seafood Import Co. Inc.
RED SNAPPER FILLETS-TROUT FILLETS
3290 NW S. River Dr.-633-4640
Happy New Year
Riccar Appliance Center
8328 Bird Rd.-553-0620
Happy New Year To All
Happy New Year
POP EYE-DEEP SEA
DRIFT FISHING HALF
DAY / EVENING BRING THE FAMILY / GROUP
RATE/LOCATED AT HAULOVER DOCKS
COLLINS AVE. M.B. 945-3801
Tropical Glass
And Construction Co.
37 Years Same Location Open Saturday Till Noon
7933 NW 7 AVE-757-0651
Happy New Year To All _______
Regal Mirror
Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Factory Discounts Prices Custom Mirror Walls &
('clings
7415 NE 1 P1.-757-6921 Happy New Year
Inlingua School
Of Languages
ALL LANGUAGES-PRIVATE OR
LESSONS-164 SCHOOLS WORLD WIDE
514 DuPont Plaza Center-371-6214
Happy New
Year To All
GROUP
REDELS
REMODEL YOUR KITCHEN REMODEL A
BATHROOM
4063 Ponce de Leon Blvd-444-5596
Holiday Greetings
C.G.
Sound Components
many fine audio products
2710 Ponce de Leon Blvd-446-1659-C.G.
Holiday Greetings
The Fanman, Inc.
Over 100 on display new and antique fans
Fan service and installation
Servicing Dade and Broward
843 NE 125 St.-891-7004-N.M.
Holiday Greetings _________^^
Hurricance Awning
Shutter Co., Inc.
1001 E. 24 St.-691-6616-Hia.
Holiday Greetings
RALPH PRESTON ELECTRONICS
REMOTE STARTERS RADOR DETECTORS
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
7726 NE 2 Ave-754-4644-MtamI
Holiday Greetings
Paul's Local Moving
5894 SW 41 St-Miami-661-1302
Happy New Year To AU
LITTLE RED WAGON
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
COMPLETE FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SERVICE
531 Michigan Ave.-6731467-M.B.
Holiday Greetings
GOLD'N GLITTER
Gums and Fine Jewelry
P.O. Box 63-0032-Miami-651-6558
Ted and Wilma Goldsmith
Happy New Year
Espanola Way Medical
509 Espanola Way-M.B.-672-2066
Happy New Year
AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE ANSWERING
EQUIPMENT RENTAL & LEASE ADVANCE
BUSINESS PRODUCTS
1330 Coral Way (Suite 205)-858-5505-Miami
Happy New Year
Mac-Vicar Wells
Lumber Co.
573-5414- Miami
Happy New Year To All
ROYAL PALM CLEANERS
AND ALTERATIONS
4016 Royal Palm Ave.-532-35-30
Susan and Lou Horuath
Happy New Year
C.O.M. SERVICES INC.
SPECIALISTS IN CUSTOM FORMATING
FREE CONSULTING SERVICE-PICK UP &
DELIVERY
SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS
695 NW 115St.-685-0044
Holiday Greetings
Boat Center Of Miami
Complete Line of Accessories
We Export
6460 S. Dixie Hwy-667-7587
Holiday Greetings
Miller Decorating Center
28yrs Experience
16507 NE 6 Ave.-947-2020-N.M.B.
Benjamin Moore Paints Cabot Stains Bruning Paints
Watco Finishes
Holiday Greetings
AAA Moped of Miami
j Aqua Scooter-Sales-Services
Mobile Moped Repair
Serving Dade Co.
3920 SW 92 Av-223-2041
Holiday Greetings__________
Shalom Welding Supplies
18763 SW 104 A v. -233-0649
Lloyd McGibbon
Holiday Greetings
Seafood Import Co., Inc.
3290 NW S. River Dr.-633-4640
Lilly Cuadrao
Holiday Greetings
HAROLD SHAFFERS
AUTO AIR COND.
6340 Mandor Lane-661 -7800
Harold & Danny Shaffer
Holiday Greetings



PagelO-E
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Friday. September 12
The Musicians Club
of America
362 Minorca Ave. Coral Gables 448-8772
EWING GALLERY RECEPTION RECITALS
A Happy Mm Year To All
Embers Restaurant
245 22nd St. Miami Beach 538-4345
Wishes AU Their Customers and Fnends
A Happy Xeu Year
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Selma Thompson
s-t.
happs new yeao
Hannah Moss
NfWYEAR^
REIBEL
Associates, Inc.
106 Valencia Ave. Coral Gables
A Very Happy Xeu Year
443-3836
AAA
Craft World
9003 SW 107th Avenue Miami
Happy Xeu Year
279-2424
Kendall Lanes
13600 North Kendall Drive 279-6160
Wishes All Their Customers and Friends
A Happy Xeu Year
Bernard hitman &
Associates
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Ra.
358-5484
L'ssm mi
Tropical
Insurance Agency
9284 BIRD ROAD
MIAMI
2212400
HAPPY NEW YEAR
#
Uptown Delicatessen
7438 Collins A venae
Miami Beach
We Extend Rosh Hashanah Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
United States
Safe Co. Inc.
1720 79th Causeway N Bay Village 868-1778
Stephen A. Bloom. President FL 33141
Best Wishes {or A Happy Xeu Year5741
-*i*
V
Village Floors, Inc.
21NE 39th St. Miami 5?
Happy New Year To All
/ \
Seville Hotel
v
REVISION CLINIC
Medical Doctor George Picktin. M D
Electrologiat-General Practice-Weight Control
17971 BiBcayne Blvd. North MiaK^
Suite 108 a*J2!
Holiday Greetings
2901 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
532-2511
Wishes All Their Customers and Friends
A Very Happy Xeu Year
\m&
Larkin
General Hospital
of South Miami
Extends Joyous Xeu Year's Greetings
To Members of Its Medical Staff
And All Other Friends
In The Communit\
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hillary and Lee Mindlin
and Sons
Grove Cleaners
& Furriers
3180 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove 444-2566
Wish All Their Customers and Fnends
A Happy Xeu Year
Best of Wishes
For A
Happy and Healthy Xeu Year
SHANA TOVA
Holiday Greetings
Redd's Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Novins
Wish Their Many Friends
A Very Happy New Year
5821 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
667-6274
w
Joel Arnon.
Consul General of Israel
and the Consular Staff
ATLANTA. GA.
A HAPPY & HEALTHY NEW YEAR
to all our clients and those setting up homes in Israel
inquiries invited
JoyCa Stotberg, Interior Designer
2205 NE 207 Strret
North Miami Beach, Florida33180
(305)931-6010
David Miller Co. Inc.
UP TO 40 Percent OFF!:
WALLPAPER FURNITURE 4 CARPET
Direct Factory Outlet
FREE shop at home 9441205
Happy Xeu Year
/NEW YEARS
9955 Collins Ave.
The Salon
Bal Harbour
Paul Victor
Holiday Greetings
865-0500
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WWWL
LOVE 94 FM
Auto Rust Proofing
Discount Center
Quaker State Products Engines Steam Cleaned
Waxing & Paint Sealer Complete Auto Care
8702 SW129 Terr. 23W190 Master Charge 4 Visa
1843 let Street
Miami Beach
672-2500
Withers Moving
& Storage
6900 NW 74th Avenue
MIAMI
8854181
Wishes All Their Friends and Customers
______A Happy New Year


Jay. September 12,1980
*Jen/ti fhridktri
Page 1 IE
Public Notices
NOTICE UNDER
CICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, SOTLCK IS HEREBY
Ir.IVEN that the undersigned.
IrteslrinK 10 engage in business
I rt,.r the fictitious name
fc? f METALS INC. atSMI
|su North River Drive Miami
|k, intends to register said
Iname with the Clerk of the
orcull Court of Dade County.
|Fl0r' Svlnga Bros. Corp.
Igekaldsii-verman
Attorney for Applicant
lino Roberts Building
luiami Kl. 33130
lm Sept. 12.10, 36;
Oct. 3, 1080
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY,FLORIDA
General Jurisdiction
Division
Case no. 80-137M CA-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
|NOLANS OARAGE. INC.
Plaintiff
JOS?; RODRIGUEZ, MOTOR
VESSEL ARGDEP JR.;
TRANS ATLANTIC CORPOR-
ATION. WILLIAM Y. SAYAD.
jr EMPIRE NAVIGATION
IlTD SIRASH SINAH;
PERALTA SHIPPING COM-
PANY CITY OF APOPKA,
FLORIDA; ALVARO H.
SILVA. EXCHANGE BANK
OF CLERMONT; CARLTON
ROLLING; RICKY ROLLING;
.BARBARA L ROLLING;
GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP-
TANCE CORPORATION;
STEVENS CARETAKINO
jMPANY.
Defendants '
Aotor Vessel Argdep, Jr.
i( o Peralta Shipping Com-
Ipany
25 Broadway
New York City. New York
lEmpire Navigation. Ltd.
o Peralta Shipping Com-
Ipany
25 Broadway
New York City. New York
|peralta Shipping Company
j Broadway
Mew York City. New York
iira.sh Smah
|c o Peralta Shipping Com
|pany
25 Broadway
New York City. New York
l"itv of Apopka, Florida
f'.O Drawer 1229
\popka. Florida 32703
MvaroH. Silva
|PO Box 747
3coee. Florida 32761
Exchange Bank of Clermont
|P.O Box 39
Vermont. Florida 32711
L'arUor. Rolling, Ricky Rolling
land Barbara Rolling
Il065 Rose Mary Drive
Orlando. Florida 32807
General Motors
Acceptance Corporation
k aGMAC
Box 19388
|Orlando, Florida
Stevens Care taking Company
|I'" Box 249
South Magulre Road
[Winter Garden. Florida 32787
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
IK!i that an action to quiet
title and for other relief has
been initiated in the above-
styled cause upon the following
(ten iilied property:
A Ford. 4 door Sedan
bearing VIN No. 6U63S153052
B Ford Pick-Up Truck
bearing VIN No. F10GU065258
C I'Mevrolet Sedan
II >2g6I)4 22661
li Chevrolet Sedan bearing
IN No, 1X69L7T173818
E Ford Truck bearing VIN
P>" F10HNV81124
F I' ird Sedan bearing VIN
Vio 6BI IS160158
has been filed against you and
B'ou are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses.
ft any. to it on Elliot L. MIHer,
attorney for plaintiff, 821
sortheast 51 Street. Miami.
Florida 33137 on or before the
10th clay of October. 1980 and
pile the original with the Clerk
thi> Court either before
senice n Plaintiffs attorney
[< Immediately after; other-
i default will be entered
' you for the relief
ed in the Complaint.
WITNESS my nand and the
I this Court on this 8 day
| ptember, 1980
RICHARD IV BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L. C. Beclasse
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 12,19. 26;
_______________Oct. 3, 1980
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 61
. Division 03
I1NKK: ESTATE OF
|RICHARD C.LANG
1 >' < eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
I1" VLL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
A'iAlNST THE ABOVE
STATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
PHE ESTATE:
VOU ARE HEREBY NOT1-
I'lED that the administration
of the estate of RICHARD C.
LANG, deceased. File Number
80-6816 i03i, is pending In the
circuit Court for Dade County.
Honda. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
EkKler Street. Room .307,
Miami, Florida 33130. The ,
personal representative of the '
estate Is BARBARA M. LANG,
whose address is 7870 NW 185
Street, Hlaleah. FL 33015. 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 PUBLICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be in
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim is
not yet due, the date when It
will become due shall be
stated. If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated It 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 ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Administra-
tion: Sept. 12.1980.
Barbara M. Lang
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
RICHARD C.LANG
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JAMES A MOLANS. ESQ.
5901 SW 74 St.
Suite 404
South Miami. FL 33143
Telephone: (3051 661 3833
09169 Sept. 12, 19.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
0-13112 FC
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDING
BY PUBLICATION IN
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
IN RE:
THE ADOPTION OF
a minor
By
Petitioner:
JAMES L. WEST
TO: ROBERT BOWDEN
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that
a petition for adoption of your
minor child was filed In the Cir-
cuit Court of the 11th Judicial
Circuit Court. Family Division.
Case No. 80-130. on the 2 day of
Sept. 1980. by JAMES L.
WEST, and you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any to it. on the
petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address is:
RICHARD L LARIN. 17971
Uiscayne Boulevard. Suite 119,
North Miami Beach, Florida
3316(1. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled
court on or before the 10 day of
October. 1980; otherwise a
judgment may be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the peition.
DATED Sept. 2,
1080 RICHARD P.
BRINKER Clerk
By Clarinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
RICHARD I. LARIN
Attorney for Petitioner
17971 BlacayiM Boulevard
Suite 119
North Miami Beach,
Florida 83160
931-3364
09162 Sept 12, 19.86:
Oct. 3.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80 12569 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
ARLEENG LEWIS,
petitioner Wife
CHAUNCEY R LEWIS
Respondent Husband
TO: SP-4 CHAUNCEY R.
LEWIS
HUB 3 68 ADA
Fort Bragg
North Carolina
YOU CHAUNCEY R
LEWIS are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
2356 Salzedo Street. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134, on or
before October 17, 1980. else
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed.
This 8 day of September.
1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By V Barkley
Deputy Clerk
09163 Sept. 12.19. 26:.
,,,.. P^*-***
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80-5310(1)
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL LEFF
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 NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Michael Left,
deceased. File Number 80-5380
(II, Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade
County Courthouse. 73 W.
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida.
The personal representative of
the estate Is Susan Left, whose
address is 1801 NE 140th Street.
Apt. 204. North Miami. Fla.
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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they
may have. Each claim must be
In writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet
due. the date when It will
become due shall be stated. If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Adminis-
tration: Sept. 12. 1980.
Susan Left
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Michael Left
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
NORMAN K. SCHWARZ
SCHWARZ&
SCHIFFRIN, P.A.
407 Lincoln Rd.-Suite 4A
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Telephone: 672-1222
09168 Sept. 12.19, 1980
Matilda Rippa Graveside Services
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-12433 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
LILIAN MADKIDEJOS
Petitioner Wife
vs.
ANTONIO MADKIDEJOS
Respondent Husband
TO.ANTONIO
MAORI DEI i IS
773 Balintawak Street
SanAntonio,
Binan. Laguna
Philippines
YOl' ANTONIO MADRIDE-
JOS are hereby notified to file
your answer to this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mall
a copy to Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP, 2868 Sal-
/..do Street, Oorl Gables,
Florida. 33134. on or before
October 3, 1980 else Petition
will be taken as rtinfessed.
This 19th day of August,
IM0.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By Clarinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
09128 Aug. 22, 29;
H-n>. 5, 12. t"8Q
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
KAISER'S UNION "76" at
20400 West Dixie Highway,
North Miami Beach. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Couit of 1 lade County, Florlda.
Kaiser ServK.
and Repairs, Inc.
20400 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida
LAW OFFICES OF
JOSEPH SCHM1ER
Attorney for Kaiser Service
and Repairs. Inc.
09069 l*o8S
Graveside services were held
Sept. 10 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
for Matilda Rippa, a former resi-
dent of Miami for 55 years, who
died inQuincy.
Eugene Heiman,
Attorney
Funeral services were held
Sept. 10 for Eugene Charles
Heiman, 51, of Miami Beach, who
died Sept. 9. He was born in
Miami and had practiced law here
for over 25 years.
He was a lieutenant in the U.S.
Air Force and served in the
Adjutant General's office. He
received his BA degree at Chapel
Hill, N.C., and a law degree at the
University of Miami. He received
honorary degrees from univer-
sities in Europe and the United
States.
He was awarded Knight of
Malta, Knight of Cyprus, and
Knight of Good Fellowship. He
was a member of B'nai B'rith,
ADL and a member of World
Religion.
Surviving are his wife Ardis;
children, Daniel, Gary and Jami;
mother Marcella, all of Miami
Beach. He was the brother of
Mickey Pearlman of New Jersey.
Services were held Wednesday at
Rubin Memorial Chapel with
interment at Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
GOLDSTEIN
Rose, died Sept. 2. She was a Miami
Beach resident for 17 years, formerly of
New York. She was a lifetime member
of the Checkenover Society. Surviving
are her husband Benjamin; six sons and
daughters; 10 grandchildren, seven
great-grandchildren and two great-
great-grandchildren. Private graveside
services were held with the Riverside In
charge of arrangements.
STEMPEL. Nathan. Miami Beach,
Sept. 2.
ZAMSKY, Rose. Riverside Lakeside.
BARASH. Herman. 80, Hollywood, Sept.
7. Riverside.
COOPER, Lena. Miami Beach. Rubin.
Mt. Sinai.
LAMKAY. Joseph, 66, North Miami,
Sept. 8. Levitt-Weinsteln. Lakeside.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
20/20 ADVERTISING at 215
SW 17 Avenue. Suite 305.
Miami, Florida 33135, Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Euseblo Rlbera
09136 Aug. 22. 29;
Sept 5, 12. 1980
Surviving are many nieces and
nephews. Gordon Funeral Home
had charge of arrangements.
LOVITT
Reta G., 88, of Miami. Sept. 8 A resident
of Florida 38 years, coming from
Macon. Ga. Survived by son Irving and
daughter In law Mildred of Bay Harbor
Island; grandsons. Ronald and Bert,
great-grandsons Ara and Jonathan and
great-granddaughters. Laura and
Sarah. Funeral services were held Sept
10 at the Riverside Chapel
MILLER
Michael J., 28. of Miami Beach passed
away suddenly Sept 9 Mr Miller Is
survived by his parents I iavid and Jean
of Miami Beach and sister Penny
I Michael I Saltzman of Chesterfield.
Mo. Mr. Miller was a member of the 100
Club, the F.O.P Associates, was a
member of the board of directors of
Temple Menorah, Miami Beach, and
various other organizations Services
were held Sept. 10 at the Newman
Funeral Home. Interment Lakeside
Memorial i'ark.
SEPIN
Robert iBobl. 50, of Miami Beach
passed away Sept 9. He Is survived by
his wife. BaUa. mother. Ray Sepin. two
sons. Donny Sepin and Gerson Sepin,
two sisters, Rosalie Schwartz, Ft.
Worth, Tex.. Marilyn Myerson. Phila-
delphia. Pa. He was a manufacturer of
children's apparel "Mr. Bob" for many
years. He was a member of the
Children's Apparel Guild. He attended
the University of Florida and was a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi. Funeral
services were held Sept. 10 at the River-
side chapel with interment Lakeside
Memorial Park.
EINSTEIN
Sol. 85. of North Miami Beach passed
away Sept. 9. A resident 22 years
coming from Brooklyn. N.Y. Survived
by wife. Ida. three daughters. Florence
Lewis (Saul). Malvern. NY.. Joyce
Kazlow (Harvey l. Westbury. NY.; and
Lucille Newman (Burton i, Woodmere.
N.Y., seven grandchildren, three great-
grandchildren and sister Martha
Menchel. Founder of Sol Weinsteln Inc..
Wholesale Hardware. Services Sept. 10
at The Riverside. Final services and
interment to take place Sunday In N.Y.
WINNER, Marc J.. 18, Miami Beach.
Riverside. Lakeside.
SPATZ, Magda, Miami Beach.
SUGARMAN, Samuel, North Miami
Beach.
TAUB, William, Miami Beach. Sept. 4.
Levitt-Weinsteln Mt. Nebo.
WENZ. Sally. Miami Beach, Sept. 4.
Riverside. Lakeside.
ZUKER, Sydney. Miami Beach, Sept. 3.
ALBELDAS, Gloria, 52. Aug. 27.
Riverside. Mt. Nebo
KAPLAN. Elsie. 81. Aug 31 Riverside.
Mt. Nebo.
NOVICK. Chassy, 92. Sept. 1. Riverside.
Mt. Nebo.
RAPHEL, Doris F.. 80. Sept. 2.
Riverside. Mt. Nebo.
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Open frery Doy Cfoied" Sobbofh
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
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NORTH MIAMI* 13385 W Dme Hwy 949-631S
WEST PALM BEACM 5411 Okeechotwe Bivd 689-8700
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
j
Dade County
949-1656
3385 West Dixie Highway
presented by s i 'v** f D
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Broward County
925-3396
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> bi Beth Sholom School of Fine Arts
Sam Levenson
Know What'i
Temple Beth Sholom s School
of Fine Arts announces its 11th
season, as the 80-81 school year
commences the week of Sept. 15.
Classes in ceramic sculpture,
pottery and jewelry, art. dance
and ballet music, folk singing and
piano will be offered to the
general public.
The facuky includes Henry
Small iceramicsi. Dorothy
Knopke (ceramics). Jay Jensen
.drama). Anita Koppele (music
for tots). Roberta Silbret (art),
and Andree Juliette Brun (piano)
as returning faculty New staff
members are Eve Conviser. who
will be teaching folk singing, and
Mindy Fkissig teaching piano.
The School of Fine Aru.
directed by Judy Drucker. is
located at Temple Beth Sholom
Continued from Page 9-E
hold that was financially por'
but rich in inspiration for his
unique humor. He said his
mother indeed told him and his
seven siblings to say they didn't
like chicken, assuring enough
food for company. This was fol-
lowed by: "All those who didn't
eat chkken don't get dessert."
AS LEVENSON talked, he
seemed nostalgic for this simpler
world of his childhood. "I didn't
eat in a restaurant until I was
25," he told me. "My mother
didn't trust anything she didn't
make herself. That included
meatballs, pants and children."
In his last book. You Don't
Have to be in Who's Who to
TTZ "na" What I-
said English is UclSj/jjl
describe a totally maturTv "I
being, who Srwlfta
than conflict express the <
of being at one and the- J
masculine, feminine.
maternal, whose strength SI
through tenderness. SSl
any member of the human^,*
bone of my bones, and fl2!
mfynh- 7h espouses ffll
of Human Lib. **!
Medox
Heartr Care Staffing
'i50NW'4St.
HappyNewYear
Long or Short Term Assignments
Sorte70e Miami 32*4072
Harry A. Duffy
ViolillS Holiday Greetings
APPRAI SALS-SALES-CONSIGNMENTS
REPAIR SERVICE
2964 Oak Ave-443-0614 Coconut Grove___________.
Tides
HOTEL AND APARTMENTS ON THE OCEAN
1220 Ocean Dr. MB.
St' Jack Somkin Mr Sam Herzberg
531-6701
Holiday Gtetings
Dorwin's
LATEST CLOTHING STYLES FOR MEN 4 BOYS
1574 Washington Ave -M.B-532-4061
Holiday Greetings
WE PACK & CREATE ARTWORK- ANTIQUES-
APPLIANCES- MACHINERY-HOUSEHOLD
GOODS. ETC.
5960 N.E. 4 Ave-759-4246
Holiday Greetings
LANE
Baker Mobiles Of
Florida, Inc.
RENT SELL- LEASE INSTANT OFFICE SPACE
TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS ... _
2089 NW 79 St-691-3621 Holiday Greetings
tropiquarium
Specializing in Quality Over 200 Fully Stocked
Fresh Water & Marine Aquariums
14340 Biscayne Brvd.-944-6671-N.M.B.
Holiday Greetings
Surfside
Fiaher Optical Service
9415 Harding Av.-864-3580
Happy Xew Year
Selig Auto
Rental Company
3970 NW 24 St-754-7696
Mr. JR. Selig
Holiday Greetings
Madame Wanda
Palmist-Spiritualist-Reader
643 E. 4 Ave.-885-7762-Hia.
Holiday Greetings
COM-MU-N-CATE ADVERTISING
& PUBLIC RELATIONS INC.
3361 SW 3rd A venue Miami 858-1976
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Xew Year
raquet ball
Handball Courts-Sauna-Whirl Pool-
Exercise Room-Restaurant
5885 NW 151 St.-822-0160
Holiday Greetings
Oretsky's Chevron
17800 Collins Ave.-931-l 101-N.M.B.
Happy New Year
Mr. Carmen Beauty Shop
1604 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 534-2900
Wishes All Their Friends A Customers
A Happy Xeu Year
Andrea's Pet Grooming
&30to5l*>fSat Supples PKk-up & o*/ 7111HanfcigAa Miami Beach 88B5M5
Island Queen
Sightseeing Boat Tours
Departs Daily City Yacht Basin A
90 & 160 Passenger Boars CharterQrouol
379-5119
Victor's Marina
7611 NE 2nd Aveue Miami
Happy Sew Year
To AU Our Friends and Customers
751-0292
MIAMI GRAPHICS 4
SILK SCREEN IND. INC.
Custom T-Shirta Athletic Wear
1450 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
Happy Xeu Year To All
Decals
371-4499
PARIS EYE WEAR
& FASHIONS. INC.
Exclusive Distributor of Brigitte Bardot
In V.S.A.
IMPORT WHOLESALE EXPORT
22 NW let St. Happy Xew Year 358-1662
Harold's Goody
Bake Shop
7222 Red Road
666-1008
A Happy & Healthy Jewish Xew Year
To All Our Friends and Customers
STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO.
Anto Storage Boats
Moving To Miami?
Consign Your Goods To Us
601 SW 8th St. Miami 856-1208
MRS. JAMES L. TURNER Holiday Greetings
I. Brown Sales Corp.
4380 East 11th A\e Hialeah 685-7622
Wishes All Their Customers and Friends
A Happy Xew Year
The Plac
Foot Molds, Inc.
1022 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach 531-4225
4139 N. State Rd. 7 739-2666 Lauderdale Lakes
Happy Xew Year
MRS. GRACE SPIRITUAL READER & ADVISER
BRING YOUR PROBLEMS TO HER SHELL
HELP YOU IN DAYS
875NE79St.-751-9510
Holiday Greetings
Foe Men and Women The Lm
Fashions
1480 NE 131 St-891-2421^1.!
Holiday Greetings
The Taurus
Steak and Seafood
3540 Main Hwy.-448-0633.Open 71
Coconut Grove
Holiday Greetings
C'estToiBoutiq*
384 Miracle Mile-C.G.-
Happy Xew Year
Sheet Metal Assi
2463 NW 76 St. Sam Oltchick, ]
836-6011
Happy Xew Year
Zalman Bachelkovl
D.D.SI
420 Lincoln
Miami Beach 532*
Miami Beach Happy New Yi
Holiday Greetings
CON WAY SWIMMING POOL CO.
Quality Custom Pools 22 Years Experiena
Complete Pool Re finishing Report
10298 SW 32 St. 223145I|
Florida Silk
Sand Co. Ii
5801 Bryan Road, Dania 949
Happy Stu 1
10^'
Thai Garden
Restaurant
S
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Exotic Foods from Thailand
and Vegetarian Dishes
2576 NE 186 St. Miami Gardens Dr.
'*>
938-1456
Jackie's Parker Sod
Bitter Bine Floratam St. Augustine Centipede -
Zovsia Bermuda Bahia Wholesale Retail
7600 SW 87 Ave. Holiday Greetings 443-7506
Michelsonl
The Place for Plaque* Since 1*
45 NE 54 St.-754-3233
Holiday Greetings
Stephan Secretarial
Holiday SerVlCe Greetings
Term Papers-Resumes-Legal Letter Sen-ice
Mailing Service-IBM 444-83HI
2731 Ponce de Leon Coral Gables 444-831
Greenstreeto
3110 Commodore Plaza-Coconut G -448-6
Happy Xew Year To All
MEDICAL ARTS TRAINING CENTER
TENTION WOMEN!!
REWARDING CAREER AS A MEDICAL
ASSISTANT DIPLOMA PROGRAM
PLACEMENT SERVICE
111 NW 183 St.-651 -5020-925-2088
Holiday Greetings
AT-
Stamps of the World
IMMEDIATE CASH AVAILABLE FOR
YOUR STAMP HOLDINGS RICHARD DEL
206 SE 1st Ave. Miami 373-6895
Holiday Greetings
American Educational
School u ,a r
Holiday Greetings
No Transportation m Miami Beach
Grades 1 thru 12 Individual Instruction
12555 NW 17th Ave. North Miami 685-5179
Phil Pal
Plumbing Repairs Water Heati
891-8576
Holiday Greetings
KiUebrewReefOpH
713 NE 125th SO
N. Miami 891-$
Happy Seu-1*
TIEN'KL'61
(Heavenly Bridge) ....^j
Restaurant-Bar-Cocktaill^* j
Famous Chinese Cuisine ^
2860 Coral Way444-2.1'-***
Holiday Greetings


Full Text
Lnoay, September 12
1960
* JewishHer Minn
Page 3-D
SSn political ngnta and to acknowledge the _
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PLO as a negotiating partner in the peace
p THE UNDERLYING motivation for all these
statements has of course been a fairly trans-
nTrent economic self-interest and desire to ac-
.Vlerate the Euro-Arab dialogue. The Europeans
Ze naturally anxious to secure future oil sup-
plies and to avoid at any cost a repetition of the
\rab oil embargo of 1973, however unlikely it
mav be that the Saudis would allow commitment
tothe Palestinians to dictate their oil policy. The
French, British and West Germans all require
clients for their industrial exports and see in the
oil-producing countries a lucrative market for
their armaments and technical know-how.
Beyond this, there are also political factors.
The French have a compulsive desire to mark
themselves off from Washington and to under-
Pat Americana in the region, while
to cultivate their "special relation-
mine any
continuing
ship" with Moscow. The Germans under Chan-
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Willy Brandt: a headstarter
Wishing All My Friends
A Happy New Year
Harry Ridge
Place Pigalle
2i!,22nd street "Showplace of the South M,aml b^c
Reservations
538-0055
Farr Tours & Travel
Celebrating 52 Years
|2323 Collins Avenue 6705 Collins Avenue
Extends New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Rosh Hashanah To All
National Brands
and
State Beverages
"cellor Schmidt have become the geopolitical
powerhouse of Europe, and their growing ties
with the Soviet bloc, the Moslem nations and the
Third World, are impelling them towards a more
activist role in world affairs.
Like the British and French, they have been
alarmed at the lack of American leadership and
Washington's uncertain handling of the crises in
Iran and Afghanistan. No longer unconditionally
aligned towards America, they feel strong
enough to pursue a foreign policy based on their
own national self-interest. Nor are they prepared
for the sake of Israel and fading memories of the
Holocaust to be drawn into a confrontation
posture with the Arab States or the PLO.
THIS BACKGROUND helps to explain
Europe's lukewarm response to the American-
sponsored Peace Treaty between Israel and
Egypt. There has been little recognition in
Western Europe of the positive sides to this
historic event arguably, the most constructive
political achievement in the Middle East in
Continued on Page 4-D
Restaurant
Delicatessen
Appetizers,
Caterers
6901 Red Road
Coral Gables
Phone 666-3661
A Very Happy New Year To All
Public Gas Company
6890 NW 25th St., Miami, Fla.
Phone 871-1380
Royal Palm Ice Company
3101 Douglas Road, Miami, Fla.
Phone 444-7446
Wappy oMew QJea/t
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HOME HEALTH AIDES LICENSED NURSES
LIVE-IN COMPANIONS NURSES AIDES
HOMEMAKERS BABY NURSES
At Home Nursing Service
2121 Biscay ne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
New Year Greetings
FRED MENDELSON
Director
573-0901
(jgyi
Ray Baldwin Co. Inc.
191 Leucadendar Drive Coral Gables
666-7000
Wish to All Friends & Customers
A Happy New Year
High Fithion Htlr Styling
Machine Coloring & Permanent Wave
Coral Park Center
9778 S.W. 8th St.
Cut A Blow Dry
Phone 226-3712
Miami. Florida
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LI LA'S RESTAURANT
2290 SW 8th St. Miami
4590W. 12Ave. Hialeah
8518 Coral Way Miami
11309 Bird Road Miami
Concord Shopping Plaza
643-3346
822-3388
5536061
551-3688
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Lanson's Men's Shop
639 Lincoln Road
625-3822
(Siee&nfft
Ryder Welding Service Inc.
350 AM Baba Avenue
Opa Locka
68S6630
Happyfiew Year To All
May the Sound of the Shofar
hr a reminder of our well wishes
to you and yours
for a New Year of manu bU*sme.t
Niki-Lu of Miami
14540 NW 60th Avenue
Miami
821-6830
Happy New Year
holiday greetings
from
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inc.
We Extend Holiday Greetings
To You and Your Family
MR. JERRY JOEST
2800 SW 2nd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale 33315
Dade 371-8361
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7575 SW 62nd Avenue S.Miami 66&6011
The Black Angus
Restaurant
.'. thmA /ery Happy & Healthy He* /ear
To The Entire Jewish Community
Pub at the Roney
2306 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Fionda 33139
532-3353
Happy He* Year
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from all of js to all of jou
Associated Photographers
19 SW 6th Street Miami 3734774
Caron Cherry
315 Miracle Mite, CoraJ Gables
Mayfair In The Grove. 3390 Mary Street
443-9966
EPIEORE
MARKET
1656 Alton Road Miami Beach 672-1861
New Year Greetings
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Community Federal
Savings & Loan Assn.
801 Hialeah Drtve Hialeah 887-5511
Wish All Their Customers & Friends
A Happy New Year
Harriet & Myron Zeientz
Extend Greetings
To Their Friends
iKIar7
JALCO
Awning and Carpet Co^ Inc.
741 NW 54th Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone 754-5561
Holiday Greetings to the
Entire Jewish Community
Aluminum Awnings...
Iron Window Guards...
Wall-to Wall Carpeting ...
And Rooting
ThiTJ
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3300 NW 2 Avenue
Miami
573-3200
enqleR enqineeRinq Corp.
1099 East 47th Street
68*8581
Happy New Year
Hialeah
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New Year1
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Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 Collins Avenue
Sahara Motel
18335 Collins Avenue
J. M. Upton
Insurance Agency
Joseph M. Lipton. Preside"*
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33132
Phone: 371-5631
Sesr Wishes for a Happy Rosh Has"anah
To Our Clients & Friends
Bill Bower's
Friendly Ford
2198 North Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Beach 33162
949-1311
tiAPPY
NEW
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