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

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

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THE
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MEW
Lg 43 Number 40
Miami, Florida Friday, October 2, 1970
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ONLY MAN ABLE TO Sill IT TO ARABS IS DEAD
Peace Initiative Dealt Another Blow
1371
B]f Special Ki'|H>rt
JERUSALEM "The death of
Pi deitf Nasser means something
in inc Middle Kast. but we know WHO y i." said Israel's Dc-
f nse Minister Moshe Dayan after
the announcement. Mis statement
pretty much summed up Israel's
official reaction to events which
look place' Monday in Cairo.
Already battered and scarred.
the US. peace initiative has been
dealt another severe blow by the
death of the one man in the Arab
world who niight have been able
to sill it. The bleak outlook in
the Middle East is now bleaker
still, some obsi rvei-s believe.
The sudden passing of the 52-
year-old leader of the United Arab
Republic, who was a principal flg-
i in the group of military offi-
< rs who overthrew fCfhg Farouk
Iz il power iu a 1952 coup.
Was not seen as likely to cause a
< end to the Suez Canal
Cease-fire, but interim President
Anwar Sadat's call for a maximum
alert of the Egyptian forces in
that region brought a full-scale
Bli it of the Israeli forces on the
rite shore oi the waterway.
President Nasser's death, which
Cairo Radio attributed to a mas-
sive heart attack caused by the
blockage of an artery, brought Kol
Israel on the air with a post-
midnight broadcast recounting his
life. Israeli officials are expecting
e power struggle among his closest
advisers, and believe the recent
civil war in Jordan, coupled with
the void in UAR leadership will
combine to maintain the present
uneasy truce.
President Richard Nixon's call
on the Arab world to reintensify
a quest for j>cacc in the Middle
Kast. was seen as indicating that
no abrupt change would be forth-
coming in the U.S. peace initiative.
His decision to send Robert Finch,
a former Cabinet member, to Cairo
to attend the funeral in spite of
j the fact that the United States
! does not have diplomatic relations
] with Egypt, was considered ap-
propriate.
The President canceled the 6th
Fleet air and sea maneuvers that
; had been scheduled Tuesday as a
' demonstration of American deter-
! mination not to allow the expand-
ing Soviet flotilla to squeeze it
! out of the Mediterranean when he
! arned of President Nasser's
passing, "The world has lost an
! eutstanrling leader who tirelessly
and devotedly served the causes of
Ins country and the Aral) world."
:iis statement, sent from the USS
Saratoga, said.
After a joint meeting of the
higher executive committee of the
Arab Socialist Union and the Cabi-
net. House Speaker Habib Shukair
said the National Assembly would
li ct a new president within GO
days with the approval of two-
fbirds of its membership. Anwar
Sadat, Egypt's first vice president,
I'Shono Tova Tifccscvu
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was deelaired acting president, in
accordance with Egypt's Constitu-
tion, Shukair said.
President Nasser's health had
' not been Rood for some time. He
was treated for diabetes and a
circulatory ailment in the Soviet
Union on his last visit there, post-
poning his departure to allow him-
j ;elf additional time there. But his
! death was a complete surprise. He
j had appeared well and in good
' spirits as he greeted Arab leaders
' Sunday in Cairo.
President Nasser could be con-
' sidered a radical if Judged by one
1 standard, a moderate if judged by
.mother. He had aligned himself
with the Soviet Union and allowed
Russian military personnel to op-
erate from his territory, penetrat-
ing more deeply into the Aral)
world than ever before. But he
seemhigSy had concluded that Is-
lael was hire to stay, and was
pursuing an essentially moderate
course at the time of his death.
Even his enemies concede that his
influence was something of a sta-
bilizing force.
Frontispiece for 1970-71
Rosh Hashanah edition
from El Al Israel!
Airlines calendar
for 5731.
GREETINGS FROM THE
COUNTY COMMISSION
Greetings to the Members >!
our Jewish Community:
On behalf of the Board
of County Commissioners
of Darie County, I wo dd
like to take this opportun-
ity to wish our citizens of
the Jewish failh a year of
health and orosperity.
R. HARDY MATIIF.SOX
Aciing Mayor
Dade County, Fla.
Pauline Magid Reviews Book
Pauline Magid will review the
Leslie Velio best-seller "Count-
down in the Holy Land" at the
Meeting of the Stephen S. Wise
Group of Hadassah Monday noon
1 in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Joseph
Sosna is president.
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NEWLY REMODELED
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Reasonable Seasonal
Rentals
See Marie Buscemi
(owner)
6060 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach 865-9361
FOR
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SCHOOL SELECTION AND PLACEMENT
By Appointment
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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME! j
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged i
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami, |
are an important part of the Home's operating '
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing !j
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other!
saleable merchandise which you no longer needi
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 80% of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count]
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange fcr our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ j
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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idcy, October 2. 1970
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We of B'nai B'rith extend
* Greetings for the New Year
The Officers and Brothers of the 38 Lodges which comprise
the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, wish our
fellow Jews A Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year.
In these perilous times of strife and tension, it is so urgent
that all Jews be identified in B'nai B'rith as we raise our
voice to meet the responsibilities thrust upon us.
Join with us in the work that is to be done as we serve
to make a better world. You will be identified as
we labor in the areas of.....
Benevoience, Brotherly Love and Harmony.
BURT BROWN
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Ledges
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1970-71
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
[President
Preiident-Ehct
Vice-President
VicePresiotnf
Vice-President
Ireosurer
Secretory
BERT BROWN, 627 S.W. 27th Ave. Miami, Florida 33135 (Me-Ami)
MALCOLM FROMBERG
JOSEPH MONDRES
RXHARCDONATH
HOWARD NEU
ALFRED GOLDEN, 1865 79 St. Causeway, N. M. Beach, Fla. 33141 8640089
HERMAN "Chick" SIEGAL No. 121 1302 N.E. 191 St., N. Miami
Beach Florida 33162 949-7877
President
President-Elect
Is; Vice President
2nd Vice President
Secretary
treasurer
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1970-1971
TRUSTEES
BERNARD AUSTEIN
IRA CATZ
I NOAH SMYLER
HERMAN NUDELMAN
WHUAM THOMPSON
BERNARD LANGBERG
BARRY P0T10CK
BERNARD JACKSON
JERRY S'JSSMAN
WILLIAM SHEADE
JACK M. Flr-'K
JOSEPH GORENSTE1N
ELI HURWITZ (deceased)
SAMUEL PASC0E
ARTHUR H0RWITZ
ROBERT ROTH, P.O. Box 1701, Jacksonville, Fla. 32201
SAM PASC0E, 100 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
BERT S. BROWN, 627 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33135
BEN BUSH, 6851 13th Ave., North St. Petersberg, Fla. 33710
MORRIS NEWMAN, 2341 Nash St., Clearwater, Fla. 33515
M CHAEL LISSNER, 3823 San Bernado Drive, Jacksonville, Fla. 322'7
HONORARY TRUSTEES
JACK KIRSCHBAUV
SAM NIEBERG
MAURICE J. FINEG0LD
JACK ROSENBERG
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, COMMISSION ON COMMUNITY & VETERANS SERVICES E. ALBERT PALLOT, 1504 DuPont Building, Miami, Florida
SUPREME LODGE REGIONAL MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR IN FLORIDA DISTRICT GRAND LODGE EIVE OFFICER IN H0RIDA
JACK R. GlICK, 401 69th St. North Miami Beach, Fla. 33141 Apt. 15B JAY MARC0WITZ President-Elect, P.O. Box 1936 Tampa, Fla. 33601
SOUTHERN REGIONAL LODGE SERVICES DIRECTOR
PHILIP COHEN, 2560 N.E. 215th St. North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
i OEM.is < ni\ of sob i n floriha i.oim.i s
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
CORAL GABLES LODGE No. 1682
In Matlin, President
51 CO W. Flakier St., Miami, Flu.
FT. LAUDESDALE, FLORIDA
LAUDERDALE LODGE No. 1433
G Mrllinjer, President
i N. Federal Hwy, Ft. Laudrrdole, Fla.
WOOD, FLORIDA
ODGENo. 2574
President
~i Washing).;) St., Hollywood, Fla. 33C20
LOGGS No. 2764
->!> M. Mogilowlti, President
I S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Fla.
H .'.CREST LODGE No. 2783
m G. P.abind, President
W1 S. Hillcrcst Court, Hollywood, Fla.
LYWOOD-SUNSHINE
GE No. 1662
Lloyd Morris, President
I E. Hallcndnle Beach Blvd.,
lale, Fla. 33009
WEST. FLOR!DA
-RONOVITZ LODGE No. 2513
i Niren, President
->-18th Ten-act, Key West, Fla.
II, FLORIDA
G i.*ERT J. BALKIN LODCE No. 2079
bert Margolin, President
K370 S.W. 97lh St., Miami, Fla.
T-AMI LODGE No. 2393
7 a Snyder, President
:'31 N.W. 196th St., Miami, Fla.
SCOPUS LODGE No. 2718
Allan P. Wilson, President
-7 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
PROBUS LODGE No. 2672
Howard Neu, President
'350 N.E. 132nd St., N. Miami, Fla.
SHOLEM LODGE No. 1024
David I. Tow, President
9813 S.W. 85th St, Miami, Fla.
SOUTH DADS LODGE No. 2337
f'.m Sherman, President
7805 S.W. 139th Terrace, Miami, Fla.
SOUTH MIAMI LODGE
Theodore J. S.ikowil/, President
8650 S.W. 84th Court, Miami, Fla.
SPORTS LODGE
Nr.i Potamkim, President
S40 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
GO'.D COAST LODGE No. 2603
Simon E. Rubin. President
5225 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
HATIKVA LODGE No. 2632
Harry Glassmm, President
1549 f.brfon Towers, Miami Beach, Fla.
HOTEI EXECUTIVES HOSPITALITY
LODGE No. 2690
Julas Slansky, President
c/o Stm Send Hotel
3101 Collins Ave., Mismi Beach, Fla.
MIAMI LATIN LODGE No. 2796
Enri"u i Kalusln Precident
1135 N.E. 110?h St., Miami, Fla.
NORTH SHORE LODGE No. 1744
Jack J. S*"rans, President
7272 Gary Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
MIAMI BEACH LODGE No. 1591
lewronce H. Shuman, President
100 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
MACABSE LODCE No. 2579
I. Victor Amenf, President
1100 West Ave. Apt. 902, Miami Beach, Fla.
L'CHAIM LODGE No. 2650
Paul Ruthfield, President
920 West 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
BAY HARBOR-SURFSIDE
FREEDOM LODGE No. 2421
Judge Theodore R. Nelson, President
1135 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
BRANDEIS LODGE No. 2705
William Siegal, President
2903 Point East Drive, No. Miami Beach, Fla.
DEDICATION LODGE No. 2743
Jiseoh J. Henry, President
1690 N.E. 191st SI. Mo. Miami Beach, Fla.
DRcYFUS LODGE No. 2775
Samuel J. Fox, President
15S1 N.E. 167th St, North Miami Beach., Fla.
ALBERT E'NjTF'N LODGE No. 2510
0. Davis, President
18786 N.E. '.Cth Ave., No. Miami Beach, Fix
HARMONY LOD6I No. 2463
G?oro A. Levy, Pr'. Meat
2122 N.E. 167th St, ')o. Miami Bet-ch, Fin.
MAIMONIDES LOr-GE No. 2812
W lliam W. Rrrshkin, Pr?sident
18707 N.E. 14th Ave., Ki. Miami Beach, Fla.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE No. 2795
EM Kammrr, President
1301 Miami Gard.ns Dr., No. M. Beach, Fla.
ISRAEL LODGE No. 2676
Lou A. Bonchick, President
18555 N.E. 14th Ave., No. Miami Beach, Fla.
LEVI ESHXOL LODGE No. 2736
Jack Seader, President
1680 N.I. 191st St., No. Miami Beach, Fla.
NORTH DADE LODGE No. 2043
Mel Feiselet, President
2315 ri.E. 195th St., No. Miami Beach, Fla.
S'NAI LODGn No. 2709
Joseph Butler, President
1530 N.E. lvlst St., No. Miami Beock, Fla.
WE1ZMAN LODGE No. 2727
Hsrmc i XI ck" siegal
1302 h F. 191 St., No. Miami Beach, Flo.
SUNNY IS4.CS LODGE No. 2C06
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4 )0 KinfS Poinl Drive, Apt. 1406
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to help build character in our youth
to build an informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your community
to help Israel
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to provide vocational service for young people
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Friday. October 2, 1973
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Volume 43
Friday. October 2, 1970
Number 40
2 USHRI
13JDJ. TOTO WOT
HAPPY ffEW YEAR
Nasser's Death Adds To Uncertainty
Adding to the uncertainty in the Middle East on
the eve of Rosh Hashanah is the sudden death of the man
who has held Egypt in his grip for the past 18 years. It
is certain to give Israel a much-needed respite from the
daily routine of crisis following crisis but that is all that is
certain. We can only hope that it forecasts a new day cf
peace in the Middle East and in the world.
Behind the Nasser rhetoric the shadow of Arab mod-
eration always seemed to lurk. If at times this appeared
to be more shadow than substance, the fact remained that
the Egyptian leader was the only powerful figure in the
Middle East picture who could influence bom the heads of
state and the guerrilla leaders.
One does not express sorrow for the death of this
dedicated enemy of Israel. Yet, as someone has said, "at
least we knew where he stood and it was closer to the
middle-of-the-road, given the circumstances of Arab poli-
tics, than any leader of comparable strength." NaMtt
at least was rational enough to know that the Arabs
could not defeat Israel militarily and that peace could
come to the Middle East only by recognizing the existence
of the Jewish state. This is a great deal more than can be
said for many of his counterparts in the region who sur-
vive him.
Inscribe Us' No Empty Prayer
As we enter this year of 5731, the Jewish people pray
with renewed hope that ancient prayer: "Remember us
unto life, O King who delightest in life. And inscribe us in
the Book of Life, for Th" sake, O God of life."
"Inscribe Us in the Book of Life" is no empty prayer
for those who fight in the front ranks each day for the peace
and prosperity of those who come after them. The struggle
for survival is the overriding issue in all lands where Jews
live today, and our concern for Jewish people everywhere
is emphasized during these High Holy Days.
Despite .Its universal message Rosh Hashanah is a
holy day only for Jews. As did cur ancestors, we stand
alone except for our unity with our bre'hren in all notisns.
For the Jewish people who strive to maintain their faltb and
their identity, and for ah who share in their aspirc:ioji3.
we wish A Happy New Year!
Jordan Remains A Barrier
Probably nothing illustrates the Middle East mes rao
than Washington's announcement that it wi'l replenish
the military arms Jordan lost durincr the recent fighting with
the Palestinian guerrillas and the Syrian army.
Weak and vacillating as he may be. Kina Hvssein 8*111
remains a barrier against the more militant Svrians and
Iraqis, as far as the United States is concerned. Hod Jor-
dan'o aovernment forces been defeated in the field las'
week, Israel would have been forced to move in, d^soi!--)
the implications for full-scale war that would have meant.
The trouble in Jordan has now eased, but it seems
doubtful that additional military materiel will solve any of
its problems on a permanent basis.
If President Nixon was quot-
ed correctly by an assistant,
he tojd William Scranton. "We
don't want a bunch of intelk'c-
tual eunuchs around here," wncu
he received' the report of the
Commission on Campus Unre'sT
this past weekend.
The "if" in the above state-
ment is a typical Americanism.
Surveys have shown that most
of us don't believe what we
hear on the i idio. read in the
newspapers ana see on televis-
ion, including men walking oi:
the moon and the war in Viet-
nam. Neither do we believe our
presidentsthe "credibility gap '
didn't originate with Lyndon
Johnson's administration, even
if the phrase did.
The President may have said
"intellectual eunuchs" and ever,
meant it, but it does not seem
a felicitous comment to make in
view of the fact that a contro-
versial report on pornography
is still to come and is not likely
to please eunuchs and other peo-
ple. My suspicion is that Mr
Nixon, like most of our other
presidents and public officials,
would much prefer to receive
emasculated reports than ihe
kind *hey have received over
the past few years during this
period of violence tnd turmoil
in the streets as well as on our
campuses.
President Johnson, for in-
stance, wouldn't even comment
on the report his Commission
on Civil Disorders turned in be-
fore he left office in 1968. The
National Commission on the
Causes and Prevention of Vio-
lence, which he created the same
year and which President Nixon
extended in 1969, is still making
'
reports15 in all on my she!f
and more threatenedand no
one pays,.any attention to them,
even to condemn .what, the/,-
haven't read. .,-* .,,
From the evidence at hand,
investigations and studies lead-
ing to reports that are then ig-
nored, is an American pastime
that provides intellectual sport
somewhat short of the level of
excitement engendered by a
bowling tournament. I am be-
ginning to suspect that all the
fuss created lately even before
a report is published is a plot by
the intellectual community to
give it some potency in view of
the history of report-emascula-
tion in this country.
One of the many clippings I
have accumulated shows that on
Page IC of the Sept. 5 Miami
Herald three weeks before this
report on Campus Unrest was
issued, a headline read: "Panel
Will Whitewash Radicals, Sena-
tor Says."
On the opposite side
(20, the headline was: "Church-
men Doubt Pornography Find-
ings." That one referred to a
report which, on the evidence
thus far, may never be publish-
ed since President Nixon is like-
ly to reject the entire thing as
too hot to handle.
My admiration for the men
and women who labor on these
Presidential Commissions would
increase considerably if they add-
ed a new dimension to studies
by leaking the controversial por-
tions, stirring up indignation, and
getting columns of publicity
which otherwise would not be
written on reports unpublished
and. it seems unread.
The problem for a president
by EDWARD COHEN
in appointing people to thes*
Commissions is that his fielj
of choice is limited. They have
as a rule, a .middle class outlook
which, whether -.conservative oi
liberal, strives fo be' intelV-tn
al^'HoVfes-t War,'' American' tra-
dition that has disappeared from
virtually every other group. Tiic
results, of necessity, reveal our
society and our government to
be lacking in those virtues
which, mythical as they m
obviously appear to be. are s!i.:
valued by this group. Tho
er the hysteria engendered bi-
t-he reports of these Commissions,
the more likely it is that they
have struck close to the truth.
The record of these Commit
sions is so bereft of any actual
accomplishment that it is oh-
vous there would be consider-
stole savings for the taxpayer*
if our President would forget
the whole business before he
c-oates one. rather than after
This may not be the time to do
it because of the many peopio
who would be put out of work
clerks, sociologists, and print-
ersas a matter of fact in view
of the unemployment problem
we might appoint a commission
to see how many thousands
would be involved- but it is i
idea I pass on in a'l seriousness.
Even more serious is my con-
cern with the anti-intellectiul-
ism which the attacks on thes.
Commission reports before thi y
are even published reflects. The
ascendancy of the irrational m
politics, religion and education
can very well be the prelude
to repression and Fascism.
But. p'ease, let's not have
another Study Commission to
investigate that claim!
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
Bij^JP rp
^m l
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l7i .i
WASHINGTONOne did not
have to be in the room to know
the grave warning that Prime
Minister Golda Meir gave to
President Nixon. The Soviets
and their Egyptian puppets are
now actively preparing to irosi
the Suez Canal by naked mili-
tary' force.
Quite recently, the last missing
piece has fallen into place in tho
ugly pattern of military prepara-
tion. The Soviets have in fact
been pouring into Egvpt larg"
additional supplies of mecha-
nized rafts and military bridging
equipment.
The bridging equipment is
needed to carry troops and guns
and armor across the narrow
canal-proper, with its relatively
high barks. The mechanized rafts
are needed for additional crass-
ins; of the wider water-areas,
with their much lower ba ks,
such as the Great Bitter Lake
In truth, no preparation "Quid
; more e'e u ly a future
military intention.
What mal" th" -.
m\v*\ more |'turh I <
is it-o eomolatlnn of the patten
ah i'-m- inionr.i. The pattern's
other Hpcos are H fa^t in
p] c already, for .i!i to see. Yet
rnot nenr>i still saving. Incredulously, "Surc-
t- rho F-vntians -it th mi- lesson in
the S'x-D iy Wa-! Surely, l< is an.
thinir-.hle that thev will risk
another round of desert fight-
ill' with the bme**at"
H"re it is probaMv worth r---
canituletlng the f-u*ton rht
make the supposedly unthink-
able into the hteh'v r>->ly>!.i<>.
One must begin with the for-
v*rv\ ri"r>lnvment. town**' th"
banks of the canal itself, of
great numbers of Soviet and
Egyptian SAM-2 and SAM-3
anti-aircraft missiles.
Besides breaking pledges giv-
en to the U.S. government, this
forward deDloyment does two
things. It gives the Soviets and
Egyptians potential control of
the air over the Suez Canal. And
it provides a strong umbrella
against air attack for all tho
troons and artillery in the criti-
cal strip along the canal's Egyp-
tian bank.
The nrovision of the missile
umbrella gives a sinister moan-
ing, in turn, to the new guns of
("bout eight-inch caliber that ihe
Soviets began pouring 'nto
Egypt rather roo"ntlv. Thes
can pound to flinders the strong
points of the Israelis' Bar-Lev
Line that now defend the P93t
bank of the canal against a cross-
ing.
Seize control of th" air over
the c~-.il. Tiien srarsh th" B ir-
Lev Line. Then th-nw out .he
pontoon brid-res a-d c-ank up
the mechanized rafts *r the fi-
nal canal-crossing. Those are
obvio'sl" [i'-'n""i st"t>s.
Ev#>i if all these stens are suc-
cessfully taken, hi stern question will still remain.
What v'l ha~ien. in fact, to
the Egyptian tanks ami armor
and artillery when and if a
(onal-croie-lng has been success-
fully made?
ft Is f'is rnieet'on that siill
bn]st*>r. th-' Israelis' o^r-ri^r^
in the f-.r-o of the mo*Jv<> suvl
remorseless enemy prwrm<-at!aini
that they a-o too rea';stic to
mfcintrnret R"t "-hen th" an*.
v-"- to th-s o-esfinn is weighed,
still another recent development
of sinister import must be
weighed along with it.
In brief, the Soviets intention-
ally sent MIG-21s flown by Rus-
sian pilots into combat with Is-
raeli air force Phantoms, just .;
few days before the cease-fk'"
on Aug. 7. The only imaginable
purpose was to set a solid prec-
edent for much larger Soviet
air intervention at a later date.
In the upshot, the Russian fly-
ers did very badly indeed against
the brilliant Israeli flyers. But
that docs not alter the har.- fact that for every supersonic
aircraft Israel can put in tho
air today, the Soviets can put
close to 103 supersonic aircraft.
If tho Soviets choose to pay the
probably heavy bill for learnii '
by-doing, in other words, th '
can unquestionably overwhe!
the tiny Israeli air force by s',v .
weight of numbers.
Thev cannot do so. peril ips,
hv afW'ne- the four R'ss'an-p
loted MIG-21 squadrons that .-:
now tv>s"d in Ptw to '''o '"
Hans' e-v-n T.IIG-2R Rut they
can easily and raoidly send In
replacements, remfo-ceru it i
and n<" 'i'ion.al smiadmns. "J> to
B'moat anv number the So\ i
h'oh eor^rnsir-ri r*nv rhv>f". I
thU Riftn rit sovnet air interven-
t'on over S'naiand mavbe over
Israel itself -has now got to '"
exoect-d. simotv because it i-
t'-ie onlv way of making S"nse i i
the obvious preparations for U
canal-crossing.
In sum, (Jojdl Mot's ..-i.-rv:
to lV'<-/.n "-is ho;'-'-' well-
f-mnderi. So one h"""*. one
fpr-vonflv m-pva that t^e Prps!-
rlont h.....|.. i the warni'. ""i i-
f'nrl-ne- ,, iv^ ^o fli-n*^ *h" d'l'-
g"r bat now so starkly looin^
ahead.


Friday. October 2, 1970
V **/<* rUriHHf*r
Poge 5-.5.
I,
Export-Import Bank Bill
Amendment Is Introduced
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
amendment to the Export-Import
Bank Bill now landing was intro-
oVced last wrok by Son. Charles
ryr.Wl Sen. Harrison
Williams (D-N.J.t. in the Senate.
The m( asure is now in the Senate
Ranking and Currency .Committee.
Although Congress is expected
(o adjourn in late October, a mem-
ber of Sen. Percy's staff told the
.)TA he thinks the measure, which
vill permit the bank to extend
loans, cuaiantees, insurance and
(ifriit to Israel for the purchase
,1 d< fi nse materiel and services
from the United States, will be
brought to the floor before the
,kI of the month, after which a
, inl conference committee could
i*on out differences between the
House and Senate versions to en-
sure passage by both Houses.
Under existing regulations, the
bank' cannot provide such assist-
ance to Israel, which is ineligible I
because of its classification as a
"less economically developed na-
tion." Sen. Percy said the bank
now provides such assistance to
Italy, Australia and Spain, and
considers 18 others as eligible, in-
cluding Lichtenstein, Luxembourg,
San Marino and Monaco.
If such small nations as these
arc eligible. Sen. Percy declared,
Israel's need for credit and guar-
antee must be considered at least j
is great as theirs.
5731-1970
As yoil face the new year with vision and
courage, please accept the sincere wishes
of your many good friends here who
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ALEXANDER M. BICKEL
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"THE POLITICS OF THE ELF/ TORAL COLLEGE"
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"THE POLITICAL ISSUES OF 1970"

JACOB NEUSNER
Professor of Religion, Brown University
HAROLD P. KOENIG
President, Ecological Science Corp.
RABBI IRVING GREENBERG
Professor of History Yeshiva University
DR. MOSE L. HARVEY
Director of U. of Miami Center for International Studies
MRS. ROXCY BOLTON
Vice-President, NOW
JEROME H. SKOLNICK
Resident Scholar Berkeley Center for Study of Law and Society
STEVEN S. SCHWARZCHILD
Professor of Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis
RABBI ARTHUR HERTZBERG
Professor of Religion, Columbia University
IRVING HOWE
Editor of "Dissent," Noted Literary Critic, Author
RABBI ROBERT GORDIS
Professor of Bible, Jewish Theological Seminary
DR. FRANKLIN H. LITTELL
Professor of Religion, Temple University
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MB:
letters to the editor
EDITOR, The iewM rioritihin:
1 would like to pose a question
for your reader* to comtompl.it..
The question is: 'Should ;i Jewishi
sponsored university hire Marxist
professors to teach in the univor-l
sity?"
In a recent issue of Lite Maga-
zine, there was i picture of D\
and Airs. Herbert Marcuse, with
;. story on Angela Davis, wanted|
>y ti-.c K.B.I, for murder. Life's!
reporter said. "The most Influen-
tial teacher in the development uf
Angela Davis' thought ivas a Maix-
ivi philosopher, Herbert Mare ise j
shown here with his wife in 196ft.
He taught Angela Davis at Bran-
deis and was her mentor at thcl
University of California, where she
took her Master's degree.
As I write this letter, news has
rome over the air that four sti:-,
dents from Brandels University are
wanted for a hold-up and murder;
they are referred to as among t.v
rioters at the university.
The world his suffered much
from Communism; three million I
Jews are hostages of Communist
Russia, and Israel's survival is
th eatened by Communist Russia.
And in a Jewish-sponsored unr.er-
sity there are Marxist philosophers
v hose influence breeds violence and
murder.
I think Brandels University owes
American Jewry an explanation.
Why should Jewish money .
tinue to support that university?
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prowl h and states that Orthodoxy
is in its final gasp.
I will admit that Mr. Cohen is
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comparison to Reform congrega-
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Sabbath anil every holiday, and in
addition, they serve as a house of |
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As a self-proclaimed liberal. Mr.
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taken by some Orthodox rabbis, in
regard to Bible reading in public
schools and the Negro problem. I
also disagree with some of them.
but I defend their right to voice
their opinion. Is he in favor of
censorship? Does he suggest that
the rabbis' congregations decide
on what they arc to say?
The Orthodox congregations and
."their fifty small memberships"
arc devoted to the State of Israel
and charitable causes they
even support the local Jewish
Federation ... If Mr. Cohen is
determined to critize, he need
look no further than his own front
door. I thinks he owes an apology
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Jewi Page- 7-A
United Fund Unit Chairmen Make First Reports On Totals 15 Esquires Become Knights

L
IThe Renal Clinic at Variety Children's Hospital was given
[a substantial financial boost this week with a donation of
lS'.b'.'j from the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge No. 275. Conceived
[by tost masters Moie Tendrich and Walter Falk, the pro-
ject will provide continued financial help for treatment of
kidney ailments in children. The presentation was made at
o breakfast meeting attended by nearly 200 persons. From
left are Louis Gillman, Department Deputy Grand Master 28!h
District; Herbert Friesner. Master; Dr. Richard C. Adler,
Medical Director of Variety Children's Hospital, and Emanu-
el Lcrber, Post Master.
Miami Happenings
Goodwill Industrie* of South
Florida has announced its tenth
gary dinner will he in
Dlonoi of Roy. A. Perry, Miami
[h info and civic leader. The fiui-
jner will be held Thursday, Oc-;.
[j i the Everglades Hotel. Mr.
Fcrrj a native Miamian was
Ion.' >: the founders of the locai
jr. and ha~ served as prcs-
fedenl or nine Of Ms ten years
|(; speaker at the dinner \\iV.
().(; Mark Clark, distinguioh-
i i ind si desman.
Miami Board of Realtors
Jh.is n .ninated George A. Simon
Ifor president of the Florida As-
l.iM-int .n of Realtors andEorlqae
Valledor a-* state treasurer.KVc-
jtions will be held during the
IKAl: sta'e convention at the
{Americana Hotel, Oct. 15-17.
[Several Miami Roard members
are FAR past presidents, includ-
ing Arthur Boaznian, Jack Jus-
tice and Carl McC'ture. Ernest
A. Jones, a past president of the
Miami Board of Realtors, is
KAR's membership chairman.
Through his efforts the organiza-
tion, formerly seventh largest i.i
the United States is now third
with more than 5,000 members.
In a talk delivered last week
at Oxford University, England,
Jack l). (.onion, president of
Washington Federal BaVfngH and
i.oao Association of Miami Reach,
traced the leadership of tlw
United States in helping provide
housing assistance to develop-
ing countries. The address was
given before the Third Interna-
tional School for building socie-
ties and savings and loan institu-
tions at Worcester College.
At the First Unit Report of the
Dade County United Fund Cam-
paign this week more than 400
persons were in attendance as ui,:t
Chairmen reported on the dollars
contributed to date toward- the
largest campaign goal in United
Fund history.
As an incentive boost to volun-
teers, eight tickets to a Word
Series Came were awarded, c >ur-
tesy of Burger King Corpora'ion.
The winners will be flown to and
from the came free of charge
"If--you were here with me
making this trip in the Beit She'an
Valley, seeing the spirit of these
people, believe me, no words would
be necessary. It is difficult to b."
among them without feeling
ashamed that one does not remain
among them and live with them.
Golda Meir, Prime Minister ol
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Frtf cry. October 2, M!
Hussein Gains Upper Hand,
Confrontation Fears Fade
WASHINGTON, (JTA1 The or necessary to intervene at the 29-planc air force.
Itw i specteis of an Israeli military present stage, informed sources
ist into Jordan and a Soviet-1 said. Israel's policy of non-intor-j
The apparent change in
force.
In Lebanon the Americans en
countered no apposition but in
Jordan they wouid be o-ios-.'. b>
i guerilla force commanding artil-
lery and tanks. Observers hei-e sair
that from the military standpoint
Israel was better able than thi
United States to intervene in Jor
dan.
mlll-l Tne iast six of the passscngers
K'0lwho had l>e( n aboard the airliners
' if' KJn^es^^tVUkeuhoo
i faded last week as King Hus-j certain new developments occurred.
api>eared to gain the upper
hi-nd in his week-long war with
il> guerrilla groups.
The key to the young *. : roving prospects for survival
was the fact that tank-led Syrian
i ces had retreated after being
mauled by the Jordanian army.
S1 rte Department sources oid
tb largest share of the credit fjr
pullback of the invading Sy-
ns from Jordan belonged to the
J -daman Army. Other factors
ii luded Syria's fears of Israeli
intervention, U.S. diplomatic ac-
tion and Soviet influence with the
Syrian military regime.
U.S. officials believe that Syria
i'.aded Jordan with up to 300
tanks and several thousand troops.
The Hussein governmert claimed
BO of the Syrian tanks had bevn
cbled or destroyed. In was un-
c .tain how many Syrian military
men remained in Jordan.
Other sources here contend that
i r of an Israeli thrust into Jor-
dan to protect its vital interests
i; chaos had developed, was the
Isive factor in inducing the
let Union to pressure Syria to
p ?^1 out its tanks. It was reported
Ifcat the Israelis moved tanks and
t:oops into border areas where
t) y were easily observable, at a
ruing to the guerrillas and to
S; la.
The pro.*TK-cts of a U.S. int: r-
tion had at no time taken on
. aspect of becoming a reality.
vertheless, the Soviet Un:on i?-
d a "solemn warning" to the
"," ited States against intervea-
ti i in Jordan.
jsrael denied that it had mobil-
./ i its reserves for possible in-
tervention in Jordan. Israeli au-
thorities are continuing to keep a
(. B t they do not consider it wise
According to the sources 'Jiese
would be Syrian occupation of the
Gilead Heights, direct interven-
tion by the 12.C00 man Iraqi forc-
es in Jordan, or an imminent threat
to the lives of the hostages.
The Syrian government never
officially acknowledged that its
army was fighting in Jordan. Syr-
ian forces wore the battle dress
of Palestinian commandos and
Syrian tanks were painted with
commando insignia. To maintain
were fighting. Syria did not employ
the fiction that only Palestinians
its air force, largely Soviet MIGs.
which vastly outnumbers Hussein's
United States intervention in Jor- ;o|.jsts w,,ro said to have been
dan. The U.S. Sixth Fleet had re- froed by the guerrillas early this
portedly moved into the Eastern weok and taken to the Egyptian
Mediterranean in a position toi Embassy in Amman. The route by
support a U.S. airborne landing in which they would leave Jordan
Jordan, which has no outlet on thi
Mediterranean.
was still uncertain. But they were
expected to be handed over to the
Red Cross and flown out via Cy-
pri-s as were the hostages released
earlier.
Military observers here noted
that U.S. intervention in Jordan
would be far more difficult than
the landing of marines in Lebanon1 President Nixon interrupted his
in 1958 to quash a revolt against busy schedule in Rome for an im-
the pro-Western government, n promptu visit with 26 Americans
lack of a Jordanian coastline wouid1 who were passing through enroute
force the U.S. to rely on an all-lift g Nc* *"* a" "Hr.g released.
, He told them. "We were trying to
and to depend on Husseins forces: hp|p you durjng your ord(,al with.
to control the Amman airport at out hurting you. The hijackers
least until U.S. trooi>s landed in were capable of anything."
Mr. Nixon voiced the ....
the introduction of new
-a-'tujns j,h Armed > n,..
nirliners would prevent such
piracy in the future. He has
stressing the fact that An
vvih maintain the strength i
sary to preserve peace in th
iterranean, during his visit
he said, is one of the liKnspensab!-*
principles of America's I
.clicy.
The Middle Fast situation
focal point of Mr. Nixon's ,
lay tour, which will include Yug
slavia. Spain, Britain and Ireland
is well as two davs with the S
S:x'h Fleet, which is Paw I.....
challenged as never before by t
Soviet Navy.
President Nixon met with Pope
Paul. Italy's President (juis
Saragat. and Prime Minister Emi-
lio Colombo. He reaffirmed tl
US. commitment to a Medite
ianean presence, it was reported.
Police battled with hundred
anti-American demonstrators ,i >
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ROSH IIA.SHONAII
/I Primer o/ Rosh Hashonah That God will Richly Bless Your Heart and Home
and Loved Ones with Peace and Happiness
From the Officers, Board of Directors, Membership, Aged Residents and the
Executive Director of the
MIAMI BEACH
Hebrew Home For The Aged

320 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 532-6491
Playing Cards Is Favorite Pastime at Miami Beach Hebrew Home for Aged
Mrs. M. H. Schurowitzz, assistant director of nursing, supervises game
Deeply rooted in the Judaic tradition is the commitment to care for the Aged, to make their lives i -
their waning years gentle and fulfilled with respect, affection and dignity.
The Hebrew Home for the Aged of Miami Beach embodies this commitment.
For almost fourteen years this home has been a dynamic force in sheltering and providing treatment-
for the elderly.
No matter how youth-orienled our society becomes, the old will always be with us. And they will
have to depend on you and us. Our home must grow for the sake and welfare of the aged. There's
an immediacy and urgency for this expansion; our home must grow.
A new addition to our present extended care facility, a long term nursing care unit and a new resi-
dential care facility is needed now.
The building now in use for residential care is out-moded and must be replaced by modern facilities
incorporating the best of home for the aged architecture and planning.
Our aged look to you and our community to see that these facilities are built as soon as possible
We cannot, we must not fail them.
Ill "HONORED IS THE GIVER WHO GRANTS LIFE TO OTHERS"
Your gift of $500 or more will be memorialized at The Miami Beach Hebrew Home For
The Aged. Your pledge can be given over a period of three years.
For giving opportunities, lease call The Home Development Office at 532-6491.
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SIDNEY SIEGE!
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR



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Friday. October 2. 1973
Sabbath Of Penitence Will
Be Observed This Weekend
Throughout the Greater Miami area, synagogues and temples will
observing the Sabbath of Penitence during Friday evening and Sat-
. iday service! this weekend.
The Ten Days of Penitenee will conclude with Yom Kippur, the
1 ay of Atonement, the following Sabbath. Oct. 10.
Services this week include:
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Rosh Hashanah Message 5731
By U.VBBI ALLEN RI'TCIUK
Director, Southeast RegiOii,
I niteil SynaKogiitis of America
which we have become so adept.
Our tradition is optimistic about
the capacity of mankind, but peo-
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 ,
;NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.''
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
idliy 8:43 p ni Saturda) :> a ill. unit
I p.m
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
ci.ni Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
.- lurda.v '' .i in The Torati Letwon
ir Mlixvah: Bruce, m.....r Mi. ami
- Frederick Kushner.
--------
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
Iday i nt Saturda) t a.m Mhicha
. :> p in
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
'. i.lay .n minuet, Sabbath "f Repent-
. Saturday s *"> a.m Sermon: "A
in.- To Recant."
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?*
Friday ii:3fl V SatuWay '' -1 "' and
p.m. ShablKM" Snavah Lecture:
"Peace And War In Jewish Law."
Min..l)a.fs;4r. p,BX_ ,,
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed
ward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
Saturday B:!M a m Shabath Tchouva
Sermon: "The Day" <>r <>ur Ufa." IS
midnight Second Selichot.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Babbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Under-
Htandlng Oneaelf-Whal Cornea First."
Shabboa Shuvah Droaho 6:15 p.m.
Ha-yom harat olam"--This day pie need pro[>er atmosphere ij>
the world was called into being: which to develop. A rose in a dark
Kosh Hashanah celebrates the Mr- room will die despite its potential
thday of lh of beaulv; so too will we In' be itttti
world: our rhan down it we do not do something
date today is h about the way we live
!r,a"'','<'of OM What atv some of the changes
f, h f m S u niu.1 make in our environment ?
As Jew. our primary obllgatio.l
to our past and to our future :s
to create an environment in which
Jews will want to develop and
flower within the framework of
Judaism. We must then for.- place
first things first and make out-
schools and synagogues wctyd
places of learning and of sensitiv-
ity, relegating to second plac all
the many activities carried on in
the name of the Jewish commun-
ity that do little to stimulate our
young to flower as Jew-. Educa-
tion is paramount: Israel demands
our const ant vigilance and Rus-
sian Jewry must forever be In
oui hearts.
mental task of
re-creating the
world so that we
and the genera-
tions to follow
may live at the
fullest. Noiliins
less will really
suffice. Our
world, or environment, todav is
simply not constituted to brii'g
out the Ix'st in all of us. So we
continue to have hatred, viol tat \
killing, poverty, pollution, and all
the self-destructive behavior al
29 Babbi Rutchil.
EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes t
iday ;:::" p.m. Sermon: "The Oener-
lon Gap
Information regarding the
High Holy Days services in
the various local synagogues
and temples was included in
the Sept. 25 issue of The
Jewish Floridian.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Villane. Conservativ
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32-A
NORTH M AMI BEACH
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform. N E Mjami Gardens Drive. Con-
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10 servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
i i.lay 8:13 p.m. Bern...... "The Three Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
ys To Spiritual Identity." Followed Friday 6:80 pm. Baturday 8:45 a.m.
Study ami Dlaciuwlon Group Sermon: ""Welcome Back."
.SRAELiTE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
3 iday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: The Gener Main 8anctuary-Dr. Max A. Llpachlti.
\ Hi ..f Penitence t 30 p m Saturday Friday 8:81 p.m. Saturday mum nine
I Jin Bermon: 10:1R a.m. "Which n:ll- Mltxvah: Cralg, son "f Mr. and ., ......
ay Back .?" Mincha 8:45 |).m Mr* Myron CWnk: and David, s..n of \ My. u HA of Greater Miami 8500
------* 14, .... Mr. and Mi.- Karl Tajgman SW 8th St. Included in the special
C OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW. 16th ------a------
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Gnx- BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St events IS a trip to Pilate S World,
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13 Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel. a "Fantasy Dance" "Psychedelic
iday 6:30 p.m. Baturday 8 a.ra. Cantor Jack Lerner.
In our country, we cannot hop-
for a peaceful, productive society
unless we work to eliminate TOV-]
rty. to banish prejudice which
stunts children and creates haired,
to reform the penal system Which
'u'eps law-breakers in horrible
servitude only to teach them to
become criminals again, to pre-
vent the greedy despoilers from
ravaging our land in the name of
profit, to allocate our national
wealth in such a way that the forc-
es ojC.HftjWta bigger, budsr-t man
the forces of death.
The task is monumental: but si
ire the needs of the day. The d :ys
are filled with awe: the snofar
sounds a"d calls us to arise from
>ur slumber.
Let us be worthy of the magnifi-
cence of the High Holy Days OS
we join with our Creator to v-
fashion thus world of ours SO tiiat
we too can say, Behold, it was
good.
C4NDIEIIGHTING TIME
2 TISHRI 6:47
4Y' Expands Teen,
Nursery Program
A number of new and different
activities and events for teens are
being inaugurated this fall at !!.'
HEBREW LESSON
' ^^ayn man
iv^x-iim mbtnn
THE ISRAEL
IMI1I.HARMONK
OKCHKSTKA
36
1IFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March- 18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
aein-Marbiny 14 Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor
-------------- Irving Shulkes. 3'
rtlFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. I Saturday 10:80 am. Har Mitsvanj
4th Ave. Conservative. 15 \ Stephen, son ot CommlaalOBer and
3 iday '> p.m BailUon: "Frith In A Mrs. Harold A. (ireene.
' ttar Tomorrow." Baturday 8:30 -------------
'-m. SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
2.ION (TEMPLE). &000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan.
Succat." "Simchat Torah Rally.
Teen Kncounter and Parent Dis-
cussion groups, and draft counsel-
ing. Teens are in the process of
forming an Ecology Club and have
expressed interest in community
service projects such as United in the thirties, at a time-.ii-.
Kund and Greater Miami Jewish a wave of anti-Semitism was
_ 38 | Federation. Visits to Dade County j passing over Europe, and many
a.m. Sor- < .....
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel.
Ben Zion Kirscnenbaum.
Cantor
35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
Saturday B:4B am Bnabbon Bhuva-
Si. it* fi Rfiuru (Rapantanoa)
meba T p.m.
5.ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
Friday *:4". p.m Saturda) 9 a.m
t labbos Bhuva. Lacture p.m Mln-
. ha 6:.'." p.m.
EETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
EETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545'
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Oavid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
iday S:30 p.m. Saturday B:S0 a in.
rETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
i iday 8:41 p.m. Bermon "I Return
5 Learning s< Revolutionary?" Bat-
day 10:45 a.m.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Courage To Changi-."
coral'gables
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday t p.m.
Lounge, and Family and Teen j Israeli musicians and estab-
Counseling will be made avaiable
+ + +
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 41
Friday 8:iri p.m. Bbabbaa Shuvah.
EETH TFILAH. 9M Euclid Ave. Or. *m?-V"%,iurd-u?." B1*U W* **"
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- "" Saturday 9 a.m.
skv
1 .day '":.*.ii p.m Baturday s-.:\ a.m. :
B< rmon 10 a.m
EETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Wathington Ave Orthodox.
f alibi Dow Rozenowaig.
Ida) p.m Saturday 9 a.m.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash.
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ng Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
> iday i. p.m. Saturday '< n ra. Shab-
l. < siiuviili-Sai.lnuii of Repentance.
--------
r EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. flabbi Alexander S.
Qmts 25
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox.,- Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
_lj-------------------------------------------------
The *y is announcing an ex-
tended Pre-School Cultural Aits
program, including Jewish Cull I
Fun With Music. Story Tin
Physical Education from noon to
2:30 p.m. Mondays Wednesday*
and Thursdays. Prc-school a
children of -Y' member families appeared thousands of limes
idw^nd..PC^.kn,oBrVM,Sraibc., SXT& who are not presently enrolled in m M has als0 toured
------------ I the ECD program at the '\ may ... .
'VA^iSSnSliJL Ar^r^J ^^ i register for a two-day or three-dav "" *^ **> Overs, a-i
rVmi CaVfS?: Jt^^UsMtA 43 a vveek program. Call Helen Wein- and most enthusiastically n-
halLANDAIE I tock at the 'Y' for further details, ceived wherever it appealed.
TE4"4 + + : day, our Orchestra is CoU-
Dr. Roy Oliver, head of the Sidered one of the best in the
Modern Department of the Miami : world.
Conservatory of Music and direc-
tor of the Singers Workshop, will T|u> ^p,.,., halls i^j
discuss "The Cultural Aspects of ., .
", n, -, .,. -r. are always full, and many of
Planning For Our Children To-
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Friday 6:30 p.m. Baturday B:4S a in.
FT. LAUDEROAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
lane!
tftrt
126 N. E. 1st Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave. !
a'jo-ina dd-idtdh ijan
t : t : \ : r
The famous violinist. Broni- mf| Q^fl^J fititil W]^
Slav Huberman, founded the T!", ... i_. _i-..-
M Pbdhannonic Orchestra ^ *>? *W ^^V^
WSV d-3^k nanm M/ft*
t t : : t
aiD nx ]dk xin .nifo inia
D-iun d *rrr n^xn Er^&n
rnbTrin nx 07m .o^xnir
|WH")n ons]ii?n .n-'pxnBrn
i-ntnx *& Imsaa im nbv
:" v : t t 1* v
.a^ax-^na c i neto "?y na?x
lished the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra. Its first concert
was conducted by the late
Arturo Toscanini in the Ex-
hibition Building on the Tel
\ u beachfront.
Since then the Orchestra has
-d^x moron nu'Din txo
- 1 .:- t t "
nms D3 x'n .fnxa dp?
*?aai ^nx^-pna anrp
nrix ^ai? .nv^Dlrn? nipa
t : I T T
D'aiTin nra .nan man'prina
-inron nnx> w^ nnbron nx
miL'a niaien nil
o
n7
n"7xa
D'pnsiipn nto^w
IP ,rnn n-xVa
B^r..8Hs"c.n.IrEv"ivL.E)-R.1bbi day," "facing the correlation of I those who wish to listen
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvine ,l)(lays morals and music, at the the Orchestra are unable to Dyx .nnbTH^ fWH? D,Sin~
' i" at 8 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 8. All obtain tick,., :" "'." :, ,.'
.D-o-ma iTn1? D-^ia:
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson 8t
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
POMP A NO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. okop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 48
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
interested parents in the commu-
nity are invited to attend.
+ H- +
The Israeli public also lis-
tens to concerts in open am-
phitheaters. In this way many
people from the kibbut/.im and
D-rnnD D'mDxro-pTpxa dj
-ip1? ^x-i^n pnpjn pmg
JKabDinical The Art Review "From the Pyr-
amids to Picasso" will cover the
.'nllimatcs affect the arts. The j moshavim are able to hear th na~in D',17^a, IT JT11S3 .?^"ISI
10-lecture scries by Israel Volpcr, Orchestra,
commercial artist and art teacher.
i2i3 Harding Av,. Surt.ide. Town J" ^ K" Sf^S '% J""^ to"*"" **
,.,, orthodox. Rabbi ...ac D Via., fJMjJ^ ^I^T Art Insti- <>"** B*
tnte and Art Center. Mr. Volper
mbron nx rbe?1?
evtsion
v.
rociratn*
(let. 2Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m.- "The First Estate"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Panel: RaLbi Samuel Jaffe, and representatives of the
Archdiocese of Miami and Fellowship of Church's \
Quest: Arthur Teitelbaum
Topic: "Religious Prejudices"
_B_Bb|>jsjaiJJ|aBUasudBHHMM|
will present his material via lec-
1,'ics and slides.
nal Israeli works. In this *
it encourages Israeli artte s
to compost' musical woi
Thu page it prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Asjociation.
Cooriiinaior of the feature!
appearing here Is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
Temple Zamora
Coral Cables
(Issued by Brit Ivrit (Han
conjunction with Keren Z
ron lAturhut V.-l.udii i
nnbtn^ nnnx n-rrn nnaa
X"n -j'.-,v-:?y .nrnipa
.ni'^rom nlT?;
p*aViv rvny nna rxs^na)
(-nnm; rnrah pat jnjv ?voai
'iPar -
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October 2. 1970
+Je*lsti fkridhir
Page 11-A
tgc Of Jewish Studies Sessions In Three Locations Herb Gray Is Canada's First Jewish Minister
F0HCge of Jewish Studios
class sessions in throe lo-
fLeonard Zilberi, prasMteni
Bureau of Jew ish Kducation,
ounced. Its program of
courses is now hcins dis-
throughout the commu- j
Itration will take place at
[House. 1100 Miller Dr..
Sallies, Oct. 19; first session
nn Oct. 27. Registrations
accepted Oct. 20 at Beth
Congregation, 1051 N. Mi-
Jcach Blvd., where sessions
-in Oct. 29. Registration
Ihc first sessions are sehed-
f tin- same
dav -Oct. 30at
r10 Lincoln Rd. offices of the
| of Jewish Kducation.
st semester courses at l>oth
North and South branches will
Ldc The Second Common-
jth. The Five Hooks of Moses.
Mldrash, Prayerbook Hebrew.
i.ti Hebrew. Festivals of t'l?
Hsh Year, E&acatlonal Psychol-
LEGAl N0YICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File NO. 70 A 439
ITICK IS HEKEBY OIVEN Ihnl
KfEKT ASSOCIATES holder of
linn Tax Sale Certlfleate No. 11 \ (ed the 1st day of June, A D. I9B6, |
fiit'i Name in my office, and lias
I: application for n Lax deed lo
u ii thereon. Bald Certificate
. i the following deiicrlbed prop-
in the County of Dade, State of
mla. lo-\v it :
;:-. fi of N" 1165.30 ft ..f BVi "if
fW; "f SE'i lyg Betw k I. IJIk
I'll 17-66 \- SAL i; w. Section
itishlp 54 South. Range 40
i Containing .18 acres more
nr less. In ill" County of Dade,
of Florida. This deed will
iHHUed subject lo all other out-
indi.is dellnqui til Cltv of Miami
[ taxcH and llena and 1970 County
taxes and City of .Miami taxes
llotnestend tnxci' and liens and
i <~' County liivcs nnd City of
Homestead i.";,-.*- nnd liens.
The utsessmeni of siihl property
Jiiinli r the Haiti ertiflcnte was In the
Inam 1.1 hk.vuy C. s\\'iciii:i) and
| jean
Unit*** v;,i,i certificate shall he re-
I ......nrdlng to law, the nron-
lertj .1 ... iil...1 herein uill l- sold 1,0
I ii I ldc i i,i cash ill fhe
I1' ir 'U-' door on the flral Monday
t.i > inoiitii of November. IPTn,
Iwtitrri ,1 day of X<>\ ember,
fl 6r|l> t$th day of September
. K.. p.. I i:\Tll i:i;\i \v.
i>l the Circuit Court,
I ladi County, Florida
" p K l*PI,I>STRA.\D, Ii <:.
ft'lrcull i 'ourt Seal i
10 >
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 70 A 128S
\""T"-i-: is iikijkp.y niVEN thai
NATHANIEL VV, SIKOEL holder of
Ciig tj Tax Rale Certificate No ?fiil
o I the ::i>t day of Mas. in
1Mb, hn filed name in mv office, and
ha* made anplicatlon for p tax deed
lo l" ii. d Ihereon. Bald CerMfl-
ratt embraces the following described
ptonertj in the County of Dade, Btate
of Florida-, tn-wlt:
l.i l"; Rloch '. Plnehurat, Plat
II k l Pane 177 in Ho- County of
i> idi. state "t Florida, This dei :
'i ii l>.- laaued subject 'o ;.>' other
lattaiandrng .1. limm. in City of
Hi me lead taxes.....I llena.
The assessment of said property und-
it'i- aald certificate was in the name
if PRANTR8 It. HOLMES K- w \V.
1 Hi >i mi:s
- said eertlflcate shall he re.
ilteme.l according to law, Hi.....-op.
ny ih-Kcrlbed herein will be sold io
the highest bidder f..r n >
I'uurrhouae door on the find Monday
" Ihc in. nth of November. I70,
which la the 2nd day of November,
D lerl tliis. mil day ..f Bi ptembi r,
K R. I BATHEIWAX,
Herk nf Circuit Court,
I indi i 'ounl \: Florida,
, Fit P P. 01*1 DBTRAND. II C.
" i. '",,,,11 seal i
in 2-9-16-Sil
Ogy lor the Weekend School, The
Rise of the American Jewish Com-
munity, antl two special college
credit courses Survey of Hebrew
Literature and Biblical Archaeol-
ogy through the Extension De-
partment of the University of Wis-
consin.
First semester instructors will
include Dr. Solomon Simon. Prof, j
Seymour B. Liebman. Rabbi Av- !
ram Drazin. Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Mrs, Benjamin AlUhulcr, Rabbi
Morns Kipper, Rabbi Chati, '
Rubel, Mrs. 1tarry M. R>ss. Abra-
ham J. Gittelson. Rabbi Stanley
Ringlcr, Dr. Joseph Diamond. Her- i
bert Zvi Berger and Dr. Louis i
Schwart/man. Rabbi Norman Sha- j
piro and Rabbi Milton Schlir.sky
will be adtkKi to me stall for the |
second semester.
Courses in The World of Tal-
mud. Genesis, Judaism In Thought
nnd Practice. Lesson Planning for
he Hi brew School. Hebrew Liter-
ature and Bible will be offered on
Wednesdays and Fridays in the
Hebrew section, holding its class
sessions in the Bureau offices. The
Hebrew department faculty in-
cludes Dr. Isaac Unterman, Rabbi
Dr. David Lt infield. Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, Herberl Zvi Berger and
Dr. Louis Schwartzman.
i
Classes will be conducted Tues-
clay evenings at Hillcl House and
1 hursday ew nings tit Beth Torah
for ten weeks in cooperation with
the B'nai B'rlth Hill. 1 Foundation
it the University of Miami. They
-ev ccsponsorcd by Both David
Congregation,, Israelite Center,
Temple Beth Am, Temple Beth
Tow Temple Judea, Temple Or .
Qlom, Temple Zamora, Temple1
2ion, Temple Adath Yoshurun, '<
iii Hi Moshe Congregation, Both i
rorah Congregation, Congrega- 1
tion B'nai Raphael. Temple Sinai
of North Dade and Young Israel
o Greati r Miami.
MONTREAL iJTAl The first
Herb Gray, ."59, who has ben
Jewish Minister in Canadian his- serving as Minister-Without-Port-
lory has been designated by Prime lolio. was named Minister of N
Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, it u. nal Revenue. A leader of t
l been announced. Canadian Jewish community. .\
Gray represents Windsor. On: in
LEGAL NOTICE
Parliament.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS tll.KKPV GIVEN thin'
the underaigned, dealring lu e.iftugtj i
in bualnea umh r ih,- fltitloua nuim
of III 1.IDO I.VTKHNA'I'li i.\.M. (
HOTEL and in i.iihi INTMHNA-
TloXAl, TOCRS at I5S Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida Intend to reg;iHt-
er aald names with the Clerk ..i the |
Clr.-uii t'ourl of Dade County. Florida.
MILTON SI It KIN
ALEXANDER BIRKIN
l.i:i i.\ BIRKIN
ADELE ZITlTS
HARRIS *.- SIRKI.s, i A.
Attorney for Appllcnnta
U'Ui Floor Dade Federal lil.lt
Miami, Florida 3S131
! J-S-IH-iS
A Happy New Year To All
CECIL J.
MOBLEY
REALTOR
1000 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531-5728
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA'N P'OBATE
No. 70-3472
in RE: Eatate ..r
KAi: WEIN8TEIN
Ii.i. aei-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Pr..lii.ns nn.I All P.1-..HS Hnv-
'"' '''iiiiis or Dcmandi Again*! Said
Batate:
V.iu are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalmr nnd di -
manda which you may have agiiltiKt
ih. estate ..f RAE \vki vs'n:i\ a.-
ceaaed late ..i Dftde County, Florida,
io the County Judge" i ( Dade County,
nn.I file ii.. name Ui duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Plorlda
Statutes, in their offices In Hi. Cnuu-
Ij Courthouse In Dade County, Plor-
.la. witliin six calendar months frnir
tli*' time of the first publ'cntlon here-
of, or the sane- tvth hi viai'ri -
Dated at .Miami. Florida, ilii- Sth
day ol Si ptemher, A.D I9"ft,
I'll II IP KATZEN
. .. PRANKCL A AV'ItACH. P A
4L'o I.in...In f.'. i.l. Suite ': 'I
.Miami Beach, Plorlda S3139
\> A.linii.isir.ilor
Flral i.ni.li.aii.il of this notice on
the 2nd 'lav ..f Oelob. r : 7"
PR t.XKKI .v AVH tCH, P A.
Alt rneyn for Adminlatrator
I'.i I in. ..in P...;nl
.Miami It. a. h. Florida
lft/2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DATE C'UNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70 54f^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate .a
MARCIA KANDEl.
I I. as...|
To All Creditors ami All Perawna Hav-
ing .'lailll- or 11. Ill::' ii:.:1 I Sa.il
Batate:
N'ou are hereby notified ami re-
quired present any i-hilms and tit-
niamls wlii.-li you iniv hav. against
Hi. estate of MARCIA KANDBL de-
oeaaed late "f Dnd. fttiunty. Florida,
io iii>. County. Judges Dnde County.
ami file the same i'i duplicate and as
provided in Seutlon 733.1C. Plorlda
Statutes, in ihi ir offices in the Cnun-
ly Courthouse in Dade County; Flor-
ida, within six calendar, mouths from
Hi. lime of the flrsi publication here-
of, or thf same U'lH be barred.
Dated at Miami, Plorlllil, tins ZSttl
day of September, A D. IS70.
HAZEL Ks-skn
As Kx.futri.x
Kirst publication of this noli..- on
Hi.- Snd .lav or October, IS7ft.
i:ssi:x a i:ssk\
Attorneys for Executrix
ISOfl Alnsley man. Miami, Pin.
In 2-9.16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-5153
SUIT FOR DIVCRCE
PM'I.IN'i: REESE,
Plaintiff,
% H
WALTER C REESE,
I lefendant.
Tl l: WALTER REESE
. .. fleniItl k'.ll.y
Jlii", Bronl wood 1 iriv.-
Austell, neorgla
You. WALTER '. REESE, are
hi i. by notified that a Pill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
ngalnat y..u. and you an- required to
serve a copy < your Answer or
Pleading 1.1 the Bill of t'onmlalnl on
Hi. Plaintiffs attorney, II AKi il Ii
CEASE, ESQ., 272ft W. -i Plmrh-r
Street, .Miami. Plnrlda 33135, an.I file
Mi.- original Answer or Pleading in
11.....ii..... of in. ii. : i. of ih.- Circuit
<'.-.in ..a or before the 3rd day of
November, I97<1. If you fail lo .1.. s...
iudgm in by default ill he taken
I \..u for Hi. relief demanded
In ilo- Pill of Convilo1 it.
This noli..- shall I..- published m.....
.a.-li week for (our ......aecutlvr weeks
in Till-: JEWISH I'I ..pun \\
DOVE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ploridn. this 23th .lay ..! Se|>tember
\ 11 ".--
R II I R VTHKRV VN, I 'lei k,
i 'Ircull Court, Pail.- I'oun'v. Ploridn
By C OOOl iM AX
ii. iiii\ rierk
'. nil I mioi S" il 1
Ii > ':. ii I) i-K VSK. B8Q.
272" >\ i" i PI iirb Silreet
Mliml, Plnri''" .....33
Attoiii. \ i'..i- Plaint iff
'.. :' :>-1-2."
NOTICL ..,- .- -r A i iON
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter ?07;rA-'s of 1941
File No 70 A 457
NOTICE IS HEREBY '1IVEN that
TANCEHT ASSOCIATES holder of
Counlj Tax Sale Certificate v.. .; x:i
Issued ilo- Isi .i.i\ of .In".'. A Ii. I9H6,
has iil.il aumc in my office, and Pas
. cull, al ion for a lax deed I" '"'
Issued Ihereon laid Certificate em-
braces ih.- f..|i.-\ nit a.-s. rii>. erly in iln Count> ..f Dade, State of
Ploridn, to-wlt:
l.i.t i'i Block '.. Ridge way, Plat
p....k p.1 Pagi "ft. Section I3, Town-
ship ''! Snath ii..' .1 East, in
ih,- Cou.it) ..r Dade, Btate .a" Flor-
ida This deed \t ill I- lasuetl sul.-
lecl to 1976 County lax.s ami
I Jens.
'nn- assessment "f said property
I under tin- -;t i'i .-. iiiia" was lii the
: num.' of: ROBERT DAVIS,
Unless sai'l certificate .-hall be re-
deemed according in law. 11 i.roii-
, ei-ty il.'siiil.. .1 herein "ill l..- sol.I to
1 Hi.- highest bin.:, r lor .ash at the
Courthouse door on ih.' first Monday
. in the mouth of November, 1970,
whl.h Is the 2n.I day of November,
l7ft.
Hai..I this jxiii day of September,
197ft.
B. It. I.KATHERMAN,
i 'i. ric ..f in.- i 'ircull Court,
i lade County, Florida.
P\ P P (1111 DBTRAND. IV
(Circuit Court Seal)
l.i 2-9-16-23
" DAyfftr BY HENRY LEONARD
WHY RABBIS GET GREY AT THE TEMPLES:
X
"TEMPLL
ANNOUNCtoAtrVTJ
Hew Year-
Services
Scr.edu le
\',;.';;;:.:.,.
' xomkfipf-r

v,And I just want to wish you folks a Merry
Yom Kippur and a Happy New Year."
J
'""f CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Case No.70-17552
...... NOTICE OF SUIT
1 / INK N Kl TTI.KK.
Plaintiff,
'.'P.PPT T KIYTI.KK.
IK'fendnnl
' ROBERT T KUTTI.BR
IN l i Highway
Palatine. Illinois
, '"' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
'; nn action for divorce has been
".'"' against you In thrf above-styled
''"''.....I Ihnt ,.ii ire required to
s' n' cop; j Lnt wer or Plead-
IllgS, H any. I,, p. ,,,, n,,. plaintiff's
AJjortieys, PRANK EL A AVRACH,
v Ru ti .'. i "a i in,',,in Road,
Miami p.. eh, Ph rid i, 33i9, and file
' original with the Clerk of the
aoove-atyli .1 Court .. i or before the
-'a day of Nov. mh r. 1976; otherwise
:l ludgmenl may be entered against
i"ii '... i|,,. relit I' .1. nian.l. .1 m the
1 nplalnt.
I.ITXKSS ix x- I.an,I an.I -.il nf
*'"< fowl ." ih. h day of Septem-
1" r. 1979
17 II I.EATHERMAN
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11 .'I.- County, Plorlda
By: I. SNEEDB.N
Denuty Clerk
(' Iri n.; Courl Seal)
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U**U*n^rMi7*r
Friday. October 2, 197g
Policy Change At Purdue
Recommended By Conclave
W. LAFAYETTE, lad fJTAi
R*b''i Oialrt Kneel, director
of th* B'r.ai B'lith HUH Fo-jn-
n at Fo;d.> I'nivcrsity. has
l' ,'n.T*nd.d cna/tf'S in the
L tool's adrnlvj'j^* fwHcy to its
Ideot, FidricK Ho-.d(. foi-
. .rv a weekend discussion of
Tht Morality of Purdue's Ad-
missions Policy" conducted by a
facu.- .t conclave at the
HiOel Foundation.
Mr. Hovde had asked for eon-
struct m for modifi-
cation of the admiss.ons policy
ft'r th<- university xai severe-
ly criticized for discriminating
against Jews ar.d applicants of
other minorities from out of
state. Initially. Purdue had re-
acted virtually all applications
from Mn Jewy and. the New.
York rrefroporifan ana. Later,
the university set a quota lor,
applicants from each state.
Harland White, admissions di-
rector, told the meeting that
after the quota was set. no qual-
ified applicants had beer, refused
admission, but critics contended
that applicants were being ser.t
a form letter which implies that
, haneei for admission are slieht.
and faculty members on the
fanel agreed that the universi-
ty official letter tended to dis-
courage them from filing th< ir
applications.
The university has justified its
tlar.ket policy by pointing out
the- number of ""outsiders" re-
sponsible for campus disorders.
But Dr. Harvey Marshall, a so-
ciologist, said such specific area
quotas me not in the best in-
terest of the university, and the
assumpti' n that all given arras
had a similar proportion of race,
religion and ethnicity was false.
Other faculty members said
there was no conclusive evidence
of bias against any particular
applicants, but recommended
that a quota be establish! d for
out-of-sfate students, and appli-
cants be accepted until that
qi'ota is filled.
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
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BOGUSLAVSKY
Twelve of the Soviet Jews arrested during
the pest several weeks in a new wave of
haiassment and arrests of Jews S3eking per-
mission to leave the Soviet Union for Israel.
Their photographs were released in the
United States by the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, which is sponsoring
a nation-wide series of Simchat Torah demon-
strations end observances Oct. 18 to gi/e
public expression to the solidarity cf Ameri-
can Jews with the Jews of the U.S.S.R. and
to demand freedom for Soviet Jews to live
as Jews within the Soviet Union or to leave
if they wish.
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Friday. October 2. 1970
+Jewlsli ftor/cffon
Page 13-A
Membership To Be Stressed By
Miami Chapter of Hadassah This Month
Mr8 Morris M. Herman, presi-
a t of I he Miami Chapter of Ha-
' aah told its September board
Si that women of Hadassah
S Sw been involved in pro-
.ram< of concern and action in
Irfalf of Israel know that in order
^Israel to survive in this hostile
luirld many more women mrs
at Involved. "Join Hadassah." she
Ljed not tomorrow, not next
,r but today. One- thus becomes
2vi.P. ia VeitAifcttntarthlfcran tj
Fach of the 18 jrroups compris-
inR the Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah will stress membership this
lliionth. The programs offered will
I include:
A Reward Luncheon for all paid
up members of Albert Einstein
Croup, to be hosted by Mrs. Sam-
Lei Kupsenel, president, in the
Windsor Towers North Bldg. at
rioon Monday, Oct. 12.
A pai'i up luncheon for the Ein
L*m <;roup Tuesday. Oct. 13.
:K of 8 scries of luncheons being
tanned by Mrs. Gertrude Bash-
nn. president; 19 new members
id one Life Member have been
Hed to the group's roster.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Group is
eeting at the Marten Gardens
uditorium Monday, Oct. 12; re-
eshments will be served at 12:30
m.. Judge Irving Cypen will be
uest si-eaker at the 1 p.m. meet-
g. Mrs. Harry Tush is president
the group.
The 23th anniversary of the
nited Nationsto be celebrated
hroughout the country Oct 24
ill be the highlight of the Mon-
ey, Oct. 12, meeting of Kadima
map, Mrs. Gustav Koerner, pros-
lent, has announced. A script en-
ded "Who Was Columbus?" will
so be featured at the noon meet-
Mrs. Manuel Burstein. who has
cently returned from Israel, will
the guest speaker Monday.
Happy New Year To All .
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Oct. 12, at the paid up member-
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during which hew Life Members
will be pinned, Mrs. Monica Eng-
!cr, president, has announced.
Menorah Group will meet Mon-
day, Oct. 12. at the Coral Gables
Women's Club for an 11:30 a.m.
luncheon. Mrs. Seymour Liehman
-will be guest-apeaker. President-is
Mrs. Leonard Brodsky^
i JeSffNI itrouP "(W nave i,s Paid
up membership luncheon at noon
Monday. Oct. 12. in the New Hori-
zons Auditorium. North Miami
Beach. Guest si>eaker will be Mrs.
Leonard Wolpe, head of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah; enter-
tainment will be provided by Mrs.
Gretta FIcssig. Mrs. Gussie Block
and Mrs. Bessie Schwab, member-
ship vice president, are chairmen
of the day. President of the group
is Mrs. Rail h Frank.
Mrs. Max Elster, president of
the Rolling Green Group has an-
nounced an Oct. 21 luncheon and !
fashion show, to be held by the
group in C Building, 1501 NE 191st
St.
Treasury Announces Interest
Increase On Savings Bonds
The U.S. Treasury has announc-
ed '.;*.< interest bonus on Series
K and H Savings Bonds purchased
on and after June 1, 1970, and
held to maturity. This will increase
the effective rate to 5V4% to ma-
turity. Older Bonds held to matur-
ity or beyond will also be Im-
proved, starting with the first in-
terest period after June 1.
These improvements in an al-
ready attractive and popular"-,v-
o'lrity will--come as good news" to
the millions of long-term savers
n whose hands are held some $32
billion In Series E and H Bonds,
representing nearly one-quarter of
the public-held portion of the
federal debt
Haifa To Get New Plant
JERUSALEM (JTA) Plans
for a new $35 million polyester
plant with an annual output of
21.000 tons in the Haifa Bay area
'iave b"en announced by the board
jf directors of the Haifa Petro-
chemical works. The plant's out-
put is exDected to replace West
German and U.S. imports. The
company also plans to expand its
xisting polyethylene plant.
iappy New Year To All .
J & W. Plumbing
Service, Inc.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Friday. October 2, 1979
The Lerner Viewpoint
Who (And What) Is Spiro?
Bj MAX l.i.KVKi;
NEW YORK
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re the insane excues of
let} th it is losing r- bearings
Hence my question Who
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nsw< red w itn c wu
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is being used
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late races
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> the faithful I >g ther
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a't ick it can be 1
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I dun'' go for th-- business ol
callii Agnew a fascist," whicn
many lilx-raLs are doing -
:i whom I had thought I
more iphisticatod. Agnew m
the liberal left hi- primary t ir-
get and there is more than a
trace of anti-intellectualism in
hi- attacks on professor.- and
commentators. Thus isn't fascism,
however, unless you use th-- i ?mi
"social fascist" as the Com-
munist once did, 01 as Joe Mc-
Carthy used the idea of "social
Communist.''
But Agnew does make a 1 1,
gerous sloganed attack on ,-
the tic enemy -vmtiol. an1 l!
isn't pretty. What makes il
- when one ol
his "r die-libs" takes a ccnl -
r -ii to keep him 0 it of tii.i
Ed ti with his flaming >i
If 11 .".
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a different role, bul I
nan .\ill !>- u un
him.
Settlers Aboard Olympic
At Sea On Rosh Hashanah
TEL AVIV (JTA> For the
first time in Ami rican alivah his-
lory, a laifp group ol s< ttli is will
lebrating Rosh Hashanah on
,:.'h seas. Col. Na< hum Golan,
din ctor of the Israi 1 Alivah
r ol th W01 Id Zionist 1 n
hi In New York, reports. The
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Lii ,;.-' ire to
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Pravi
MEMORIAL PARK
5900 S.W. 77th Averse Tel: 274-0641
SUNDAY.. OCTOBER 4, 1970
10:45 A.M.
RABB! MORRIS A. KIPPER
Temple Judea
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
1 P.M.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion
3:30 P.M.
r RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
ALL OF THE JEWISH PUBLIC ARE INVITED
A HAPPY NEW /EAR TO ALL .
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rothman's Shoe Salon
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
FT. LAUOERDALE
BAl HARBOUR SHOPS
PALM BEACH MALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
FAMOUS HOUSE OF PIES
eat here take out
TRY OUR FAMOUS PIES
SIMON THE PIEMAN
SANDWICH SHOP
- Baked Daily -
13900 Biseayne Blvd., Miami 947-2255
^^^?^^^^???''^????????????f^^'e-^
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special Community Memorial
Services
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1970
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD
TEMPLE ISRAEL Oc MIRAMAR
10:30 A.M.
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MILTON SCHL'NSKY
TE a.TH JN
11:00 A M,
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TAVilD
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABCi JOSEPH A. GORFINXEL
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAYER A3RAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
2:00 P.M.
RABBI SIMON APRIL
TEMPLE BETH TOV
3:00 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call 885-16P
iu*.


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MICHAEL BLASBERG
! cary, the son of Mr. and
I,. Lam.' Blaaberg, will become
Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-
i:i on Saturday,
Oct. 3, with Dr.
Irving Lehrman
officiating.
Michael is a
student at Lear
School. where
he is in the
eighth k r a d e,
and is active in
foothall as well
as baseball.
Lfr. Bnd Mrs. George Light, and
s. Lillian Blasberg. Michael's
grandparents, will attend the,
event.

STEPHEN GREENE
Stephen, the son of Commis-
sioner and Mrs. Harold A. Greene,
will bo called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Oct. 3, at
Fempie Sinai. The 10:30 a.m. serv-
ices will he conducted by Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley and Cantor Irv-
ing Shulkes.
MARK KASSOFF
Mark Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Kassoff. 9320 SVV
19th St.. will oecome Bar Mit7.\ah
Saturday morning, Oct. 3 at Tem-
ple Or Oloni.
Mark is a seventh grader t
Rockway Junior High School. Where
I ho plays the trumpet in the ~ciioo' i
, band.
Mr. and Mrs. Kassoff will host
the Klddush Saturday morning asj
I well as a rocoption in their home
Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
l>c Mark's grandparents, Mrs. Ruth
Feldman and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Kassoff.
Ta.ignian will become Bar Mitzvahi David has attended the Religion.
this Shabbat morning at the Beth School of the Beth Torah Congll
Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A.I gation and is now in the Pre-Con-
Lipschit/ will conduct the service firmation class. IK- is a student it
and induct David into the adult! John F. Kennedy Junior High
Jewish ("ommunitv. School.
cram; CORAK
Cfalg, son of Mr. and Mrs. My-
ron Corak will observe his Bar
Mitzvah it the Both Torah Con-'
gregation this Shabbat morning,
Oct. 3, with Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitv. officiating and Cantor Ja-
cob J. Renzer chanting the liturgy.
Craig, a student in the Beth ["or*
ah Relicions School for the past
four years, attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School.
-t + -r
DAVID TAJtiMAX
David son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
When the candles are lit on your Bar mitzvah cake,
Make it novel and unusual for your celebrant's sake.
Let us write clever ditties about each honoree
You'll get raves and much praise for a nominal fee!
Call Mrs. B. -271-8432
smas L. Dustheimer, who'
ed the Miami Beach First'
:onal Bank last month, has,
in elected to succeed Geo-
E. Stcck as president and
krtor. Mr. Dustheimer came'
> from St. Louis, Mo., where ;
had been serving as presi-
t of a bank holding com- I
r/. He is a graduate of Indi-
la University and the Wiscon- j
Graduate School of Bank i
'bituaries
lax Krauss Dies At 70
JKun.ral services were held Sun-
ly at Riverside Chapel for Max
rai 83, 70. of 10101 E. Bay Har-
\y Dr., who had boon a Miami
each resident 18 years. A past
resident and honorary life presi-
jnt of Temple Menorah, Mr.
raass served on the Miami Adult
< "'.' r for Retarded Inc.'s board
trustees and was actively in-
flvxl in the construction of the
ft irded Training Center. He Is
|rv ivi l.nvii Krauss, seven grandchil-
ln and one great-grandchild.
bbi Morris Lieberman, 61
labbi Morris Lieberman, 61
[ritual leader of Baltimore He-
few Congregation, died in Balti-
brv this week after an illness of
feral weeks. He had boon chair-
>n of the National Jewish Wel-
f' Board Armed Forces and Vet-
pn Services Committee since
P7.
Udie
" M, ISM 14th St. MR pHMd
I Bat. ana came to Miami 18
aRo from I'lttsbui... Poim.
of M-veral rhnrltahlp or-
aon.i survived bv btuband
on Sidney, North Hay VII-
Ihti-r Mrs. Blinor b. Miy-
I brother Ocorite Sehwartz.
Bter .Mrs. Ida Schwartz
^^aTandftuughter. Service*
B.m .11 -I'll,. Hii,-i M.l.-"
JW. Mil. Interment Ijike-
I Park
*J80 8.W. 24th St.
7. 39U1 S. ......an Dr..
'Me
,-JI. St. 3J- ('..liin- A v.- .
,., ,'verslde.
"-'U^^^^^fc, (50 Ninth
raide.
I Samuel. 74 4""1 s. < >. an
'"rood. Rlve.rt.icli
, 74, U6& X 1C. lS2nd
__ 7, 1412 rvean
tlveralde. Interimm Mt.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5731
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, October 4th, 1970
10:00 A.M.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd.)
Sunday, October 4th, 1970
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Sol Landau
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER
President
FREORIC POSENTHAL
Vice President
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
unites you 4o attvntl
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, Oct. 4,1970
vontluvivd bu
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
1000 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
12 30 P.M.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
2:30 P.M.
RABBI MORRIS W. GRAFF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Sec. K. (Richter Mausoleum)
2:00 P.M.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693


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The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai Hospital Of Greater Miami
Extends Cordial New Year's Greetings
To All
Leonard L. Abess Paul R. Gordon A. J. Molasky
James M. Albert Robert Z. Greene Stanley Myers
L. Jules Arkin Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan Harry L. Nathenson
Col. Jacob M. Arvey Nathan S. Gumenick Max Orcvitz
-.muel Blan : A. J. Harris Clifi'ord Perlman
. Blum Mrs. Lila G. Heattei Joseph Rose
H : m Isadore Hecht lias M. Rosenberg
* Samuel J. Heiman J [arshal E. Rosenberg
v.n Howard Kane Dan B. Ruskin
David P. Catsman Samuel Kann bert Rus
: la:: V. Cogen Aaron Kanner Edward Shapiro
Edward L. Cowen Henry Keller b Sher
ius Darsky Milton Kelner Saul Silberman
Joseph Davidson Benjamin G. Kline William D. Singer
Mrs. Meyer Den Bing Kossof'f Harry Sirkin
Paul Faske Samuel C. Levenson Joseph Stein
e t >. Feldman J. Gerald Lewis C^r! Susskind
A. C. Fine eph M. Lipton >e W. Waxentx
air .: ......nd Lowei stein arl \\ tinkle
Mac Gache l Mani low Milt n Weiss
5; dney Gans : : A. Herbert v. nard A. Wien
. ', e Hirsch Me; er m \\ Idenberg
Al raham Goodms Hank Meyer is E. Wolfson
Morris Goodman, M. D. Benjamin Meyers Mitchell Wolfson
Executive Vice President Samuel Gcrtner -


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Six National Council Of Jewish Women
fleWlSh FlOridian ^visions HoSding Membership Meetings
V ..- -".orida Friday, October 2, 1970.
Section B
ocial Studies Textbooks Still
Distort The Picture
missions and half-
! iark the treatment -.:
noritics in social stud-
[ according to a d.ic.i-
v published recently!
-.-Defamation League of
. tl
"Minorities In Text-
quadrangle Paperbacks'.
. 45 of the nation's most
, used junior and senior 'ugh
studies texts and fails to
- gle one which presents
\ ably complete and un-
J picture" of American,
f ps, Jews and other mlnori-l
I- -
Tin League, which conducted a;
study in 1960, further re-'
- that despite past criticism
|>i publishers and authors, "a sig-
pificant number of texts pub-
lished today continue to present
principally white, Protestant,
Hn^o-Suxon view of America past
).)(" present with the nature and
oblems of minority groups go-
r.g largely neglected."
The study was conducted for trM
icagii" by Michael B. Kane under
supervision of Oscar Cohen, I
ote the preface to the book
i director of the agency's pro-
ram division, Mr. Kane, a special \
-- int in the U.S. Ofi.ce e'\
\ tion, was recently appointed
Washington Internships in Edu-I
: HOW,
- Kar.r. comnarinc the CU1*-
I Xtbooh treatment of mlnori-
es I how they were treated ten|
Ears ago found "some genuine
urn ven improvement." His book
he following examples:
' I'. the black man's position
mporary society is no long-
l> ignored, textbook in t-
: im ouaHty and attemnts
}' il -'.'"ation are either m'ss-
ivith few exceptions, ion-
be weak and noncommit-
I ated mo"e in terms of i >m-
|)ac( nt generalities than with hard
gets.
Tn 11'-nt of the Jews is s'ill
r.'T- .;. confined to an over-Tn-
asis of their ancient past. Onlv
vc n, few texts present a varied
U -t -life picture of modern Jews
d their contributions to America.
Nazi persecution of Jews and
her minorities arc still tnade-
lately treated or completely \g-
red.
Historical references to Indians
lave improved hut a portrayal of
p American Indian in contem-
rary society is either missing cr
'accurate.
h?s been virtually no jm-
nt in the treatment of
and Janancse American*.
to these peonle--some
I ibutory to unfavorable stero-
fypes continue to be made al-
isively to illustrate other
Of American history.
' less attention is paid to
[ i dion's Spanish-speaking peo-
rhi Mexican American has
ilace-l tie black man as the "in-
\ is le American;" Puerto Ricans
fare onlj slightly better.
While a few books give a realis-
tic and constructive portrayal of
certain minority groups, no on*
book gives an adequate overall
presentation.
Less than one-third of the texts
examined offer reasonable accounts I
of the black man in contemporary
society. Too few offer any overall
discussion of the civil rights move-
ment. In too many cases, accounts,
of Supreme Court rulings and Co:i-j
gress'onal civil rights legislation
still bypass any consideration ofi
the underlying principles behind:
them and of the ongoing attempts
at both compliance and evasion.
While historical portrayal of!
blacks as simple, childlike slaves;
and as uneducated, bewildered free-
men is no longer the general prac-
tice, references that perpetuate
these stereotypes continue to exist.
"A passage in a book criticized in
the 19r0 study, describing the Ku i
Klux Klan as Wing effective in
arousing "the superstitions of thej
uneducated Negroes," is still in
the Inter edition of the text cx-i
aminc-d in the current study.)
Race is addressed as a topic by
only 13 of the 45 texts examine i
and then usually only to label by
color. Only three state flatly that
race is not a factor in determin-
ing intelligence.
A vast majority of texts con-
tinue to neglect most aspects of!
black history in Africa and in
this country between the years
lgT3 and 1954.
There has been marked Im-
provement in the use of Interracial
i''r.''rat;nT's of American life
photographs and drawings of black
scientists, policemen, nurses, stu-
dents, executives and even Hoy
Scouts in interaction with white
colleaguesbut not enough to ac-
curately reflect today's society,
especially in urban areas.
Outstanding black Americans
such a' Martin Luther King. Jus-
t:ce Thurgood Marshal'. Frederick
Douglas and Ralph B inche are
pic'u-ed and featured with great-
er frequency and dignity than ,-vcr
before.
The League's 190 study labeled
textbook discussion of Jews as dis-
tressingly inadequate." The cur-
rent work finds that "neither the
quality nor quantity of references
to American Jews has improved
significantly" since that time. It
is pointed out that world history
texts still give considerably more
attention to the ancient Hebrews
than to later Jewish history. In
addition:
T xtbook accounts of the cruci-
fixion continue to be too superfic-
ial to dispel misconcentions con-
cerning the role played by Tews.
. Some texts avoid mentioning the
crucifixion altogether while a few
still explicitly link the Jews to th"
death of Jesus in a way likely to
increase anti-Semitic feelings.
The infrequent and disjointed
referi nees to Jews in medieval and
modern European history still leal
mainly with persecution. How-
ever, most tests do offer compre-
hensive discussions of the State of
Israel which acknowledge and
hi'-: light th- accomplishments of
its Jewish citizens.
Although previously negative
portrayals of the Jews as a group
are gone from American histoi >
and social problems texts, they are
not replaced by positive references
Only a very few texts conv>y a
realistic sense of the diversity o'
the American Jewish population
and of their similarity to the Other
peoples of this nation.
Textbook passages which make
an effort to explain why Jews
should not be referred to as a
race arc on the increase.
The study finds that while on"
of the 48 texts examined in I960
pave "fully adequate coverage" o(
the Nazi persecutions, the cur-
rent figure is four out of 45. in
1960. nine offered "reasonably ade-
quate coverage." now 11 do. In
1960. 17 ommittea the topic en-
tirely, today the figure is 13.
Among the findings on the text-
book treatment of other minority
Six Divisions of the National
Council of Jewish Women, which
provides essential services and
iircmotes human welfare ami the
democratic way of life through an
integrated program of education.
service and social action, will hold |
their first membershio meetings of
the club year on Wednesday.
Bag Division :il meet at Surf-
side Community House for 11:45
a.m. brunch and "My Love Affair I
With Israel," a discussion of his
recent Israeli tour by Rev. Jon
,Tones. Minister. Church of Christ
Central.
Coral Division's meeting in the
I'-M Faculty Club. 1550 Breccil
Coral Gables, will begin at 10:30
'i m. Two of Samuel Kipius' rare
films and lurch will be included.
Leonard Zilbert, president of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home for
the Aged, will be featured by the'
Indian Islands Division during its
noon meeting in the Aladdin Room
the Algiers Hotel. He will speak
on "New Opportunity for Ser
i discussion of the VIPS (Volun-
teers In Patient Service) a new
tfCJW project.
Mrs, Norman Cohan, president
of Greater Miami Section, NCJW,
will present "Council's Commit-
ments" at the noon brunch of Lin-
coln Division in the Algiers Hotel.
The Republican and Democratic
candidates In the school board race
Edward Perse anil G. Holmes
Braddock, will be featured by the
Shores Division at a 10 a.m. Pub
Restaurant breakfast in the New-
port Hotel. Topic is "Council Day
.11 Politics."
All candidates for Dado County
Mayor will be presented in a "Po-
litical Debate" s|>onsored by the
South Dade Division during a 9:30
a.m. brunch at Kings Bay Country
Cm i
THE MEN'S CLUB
of the
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
of Greater Miami
(DOUGLAS GARDENS)
151 N.E. 52nd Street, Miami
Arthur Kalish, Administrator
Wishes to extend best wishes for e
Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Yect
to the entire Jewish Community
LAWRENCE SILVERMAN, PRESIDENT
1*01 S
Holiday Greetings from Richard Morchelies
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Friday, October 2, I
::
Mrs. Rahel Shazar, (left) wife ci Israel's President
Zalman Shazar, chats with Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson, of
Naw York, national president of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America, following the presentation
of the organization's Silver Medallion Award to Israel's
First Lady in a ceremony in ihe presidential residence
in Jerusalem. Mrs. Shazar was cited "not only as First
Lady, but as o woman who has been first in many
fields of endeavor.' She has been an author, educator,
journalist, humanitrrian activist and women's rights
leader since before World War I.

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llv KITH SIKKIS
Sometimes the addition of just one ingredient cnn change
the flavor of a familiar dish. I experienced a pleasant surpri;
when I tried chicken roasted with lemon juice and herbs. Th.
preparation methods are .simple and basic but the taste is com-
pletely new and Interesting. The lemon gives the chicken, and
. specially the saece, an appetizing tanginess. The herbs lend
their own flavors and also udd color. The total result is re-
freshing and satisfying.
i.k.mox CHICKEN
-cut into pans 1 tsp. powdered garlic
_' tsp. paprika
'j tsp. chrushed tarragon
1 3 cup freshly squeezed lemon
juice
L'_ lb. chicken
2 tsp. salt.
1 tsp. pepper
peel
/a tsp. freshly cited lemon
peel
'j cup water
Season chicken pieres with salt, garlic ]>o\vdcr. pepper,
paprika and crushed tarragon. Place in a shallow baking pan-
skin side down. Combine water, lemon juice and grated peel and
pour over chicken; bake, uncovered at 400 degrees F. for about
40 minutes. Turn chicken and continue baking, basting with pan
juices once or twice, until done, about 35 minutes. Garnish .>nh
snipped paisley if desired. Serves four.
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Temple Zion USY, Men's Club. Choir Begin New Sea**
r_. ____ ._____ .., ,ar,e Arthur Bloom and Henry,that of Cantor Richard P.r.,
Temple" Zion's USY began the
new season with auditions for i
parts in its presentation of selec-[
tions from "Fiddler on the Roof." |
The group is scheduled to put on.
its-version of the-Broadway flheto
next sprine.. ISYers hold their
business meetings en the first and .
third Mondays of each month. On.
alternate Mondays, athletic and/or
social meetings are scheduled.
The temple's Men's Club inaug-
urated the new season wish a re-
cent Sunday morning breakfast,
during which the club's plans lor
the coming year w< '< presented.
Ficuben D. Ixdcrman is president
<.f the Mm's Club, which features |
Sunday morning minyan-breakfast
meeting each month, and promotes
a numlx'r of temple and communi-
ty projects plus a calendar of
cultural, social and religious pro-
grams.
The Men's Club Board includes,
in addition to Mr. Lederman, vice
presidents Abe Frel, Jack Fertlg
.nH Ten-.! c,.lt(.!< qnrri--
taries Arthur Bloom and Henry
GUttmari; John Borgia, treasurer;
Oscar Colsky. chaplain; Louis
Park, hospitality chairman, and
Irving Cannon. Abe Baker. Joe
Witt-, David 'S;:ko1:'+.eon..rrt Sins-
man. Marshal! Schweitzer. Harry
Slegel and Manfred Pepper.
The Temple Zion choir is under
the direction ol Mrs. Marjorie
Krei. Among the choir members
whose voices are blended with
that of Cantor Richard Brow I
the Tempi, Xior, S.K, ''
during
nrV -"Freda
Penice Matlin, Rhoda Ha
eanor Go6dfrien Marvin
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THE SHAARE ZEDEK MEDICAL CENTER A NEW CONCEPT
September '.VI
THE NEW SHAARE ZEDEK MEDICAL CENTER
The New Medical Center is beinq erected on a 50 duncm site between Beit Hckerem nnc
Mount Herzi. In its 8 stories of construction2'-' underground and 5 ^ above qround lavcH
the new Shaare Zedek will contain 500 beds, teaching facilities for medical students, cl
comprehensive range of therapy services including units for coronary care, nephrology. .je:|
iatrics. and rehabilitation. The project includes special research facilities, all outrxrtient clin-l
ics and expanded facilities for the Shaare Zedek School cl Nursing. Estimated buildinq :cs:|
is IL 60 million, with construction to take 5 /oars.
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The Unification of Jerusalem has opened a new and dynamic chapter in the life of our
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forecast a doubling of Jerusalem's population during the next decade. Accordinqiv. the healli
needs of Jerusalem and its environs will cur. inue to increase concurrently wiJi the popu
lation growth. The Israel Ministry of Health end the Jerusalem Municipality recoqnisinq the |
vital importance of the new Medical Center, approved the hospital's plans and ere acliv-;
encouraging their implementation.
THE SHAARE ZEDEK OF TOMORROW
It will still be Shaare Zedek. It will be larger to accommodate the increasing populoj
tion. It will be located in a new areaonce considered a suburb, now part of the expan&nj
city itselffor as Jerusalem's heart moves, so does the heart of Shaare Zedek.
The new Medical Center is planned to meet the challenge of the futureto provids?
modern medical care to the trtnl community within the homework of the established ph.-
losophy of our institution, in envisaging a concept of a hospital for the next decade and in
seeking to avoid the areas in which the meaical community has failed in the past.
It has become obvious to those in the health professions that institutions which are be-1
ing planned must overcome the major deficiency in medical services in this country
the inability to deliver, to the community around us, the excellent quality of medical care v
develop in the centralized medical facility ihospital and/or medical school). This breat'
down of delivery has expressed itself in this country, in the existence of what miqht !u I
termed two medical establishments, "hospi'.cl based medicine" and "community bcselj
medicine." The further fragmentation of medical services in these two areas of activity has ieij
not only to the failure of delivery of service from area to area, but also to lack of mobiiuij
of the patient between the community and the various facilities he requires.
The concept of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center of tomorrow is of a COMMUN!fl|
HOSPITAL providing services within all phases of community life. In the medical cert<
these will be at the level of acute disease, of disease requiring short-term extended caKi
chronic nursing care. These inpatient services will be closely integrated with a series
screening and consultative outpatient clinics which will create the funnel throuqh waK*
people in the community will come in contact with the hospital's services.
The pre-hospitalization ambulatory medical services will be complemented by a H
ventive-medicine educational program geared to alert the community to the scope at
nature of the services the medical center offprs. The hospitalization phase of medical la-
ment will be followed by home care and foliow-up clinic activities.
A continuous chain of activity leading from the community into the medicd center <3
out again into the community or its social institutions will be the result of such a progras
An attempt will be made to train physicians to function professionally in all phases of u<
program, abolishing the isolation and sequestration cf medical personnel in hospitals or M
ics that exist today. r
t^on 2*?Xfl .h
tion of this model, totally integrated with its community, exists as yet in Israel.
chnJah^'h^Tf Ze6ekJ Whkh Was estab"Jhed over 90 years aqo, a orivate, voIunWl
oTout^
cr.Q rThe ^",he^st Region of the American Committee for Shaare Zedek Hospital is ^|
M^uRnBM"f^h Wl,h ^ j^-M~^
oi Maxwell Berger, Board Chairman and Mr. Saul M. Zabel, Regional Director.


bay, October 2, 1970
*Jmisl> ncrldfiar
Page 3-S
ewish GFs In Vietnam Identify With Jewishness
11TOBS NOTE: Mai- Albert
.,.,,,... 31, h surgeon In the
Army Medical rorps. just
riirnod from Vietnam where he
CTSenior medical oMni t the
I, Evacuation Hospital at I'lelku
rih(' Central Highlands. A gracl-
I. ,f v.-lnva Tnlversity anil the
vtrSltS ot t'iminntai Meiliinl
,' I,, -.ivrd as a lay spiritual
I, ,. 'w Jewish Servicemen in his
L mIi. iv no Jewish chaplain was
1,1,1. In that rule, he made
"; discoveries ahout Jewish
, Vietnam which he relates
(,, following personal account
, for the Jewish Telegraphic
n,v Por his service as an oph-
,i, pun..... in Vietnam, Maj.
,b|ae wa* awarded the Prnnze
and was decorated by the Vlet-
,\, rjovernment with its Medal
Honor. Plrsl class. He la still
li.iK in the U.S. Army and Is
i,.,i,.l al Port Meade. Mil. The
point expreaaed in this article
or' personal view and
v reflects the official policy
thinking of the Deparimcnt of
I the U.S. Army.)
Xltf. ALBERT IIORNBI.ASS, thousands of Jewish men fulfill-
ing their obligation to servo nd
like many others nowadays, 1
entered the Army to be salt
almost directly to a combat /one.
South Vietnam. It is not my
purpose here to discuss the mer-
its of the Vietnam war. Suffice
it to say that Jewish service-
men, like most other American
soldiers, marines and airmen bl
the war zone are apolitical when
it comes to Southeast Asia. Then-
solo, over-riding desire is to go
homo in one piece and they ar-
dently support anything that w;li
brinr: that dav closer.
I will not go Into details here
about my military duties. I was
trained as an eye surgeon and In
Vietnam I performed the gams
professional services that I would
have in civilian practice at homo.
There were of course, many ut.-
usual sidelights. At one point I
found myself instructing a you.ig
Montagnard (the Montagnarda
are ethnically different from the
Vietnamese) in the art of oph-
thalmic surgery. My pupil had
some previous practical medical
experience hut no formal educa-
tion. The rapidity with which
ho learned and the sj hands are loss a tribute to my
tutorial abilities than to the in-
nate talent oos=esod bv th;s
r many young Americans,
of the most anxious mo-
|nts of their lives is entering
Armed Forces. What will
r like?\Vhere will I go? Can
adjust? These are questions
t; crowd the minds of every-
bout to don a uniform. For a
vish young man there are ad-
lonal questions. How will it
for me as a Jew? Can 1
Intain my identity? Or, for
be, can I find my identity?
was one of many scores of
young man who, at another time,
in another place, would surely
have the makings of a brilliant
surgeon.
I knew when entering the
Army that there would be cer-
tain personal problems I would
have to face as an observant
Jew, not the least of them keep-
ing kashrut and observing the
Sabbath. These proved to be
no problem during my basic
training at Ft. Sam Houston,
Tex. The Army was most con-
siderate. But circumstances in
Vietnam art far different. One
of my first problems on arriving
was to find follow Jews with
whom to worship and with whom
1 could enjoy the comradeship
of my own kind.
There are no statistics on the
number of Jews serving in Viet-
nam. When I arrived, in the
spyring of i960, the total U.S.
force numbered somewnat over
400.000. It was estimated by-
some sources that there were
about 2.000 Jews among them,
though I have reason to believe
that figure is too low. In the
vast Two Corps area of the Cen-
tral Highlands whore I was as-
signed, there were about 500
Jewish Army and Air Force
men. The commanding officer
of the Air Force base, a career
officer with the rank of f.iil
colonel, turned out to be Jewish,
and became, while I knew him,
a very much committed Jew.
When I landed in that moun-
tainous region with its triple
canopy of jungle, my first inten-
tion was to seek out the Jewish
chaplain. Imagine my dismay-
when I learned there was none
available in the Pleiku area:
there are in fact only three Jew-
ish chaplains in all of Vietnam
and no native Jewish commun-
ity to speak of, even in Saigon.
Th Protestant Chaplain told
me there were Jewish personnel
in the area and I spent all of
my free time those first days
going from post to post to seek
them out. By my first Friday-
night I had found three Jewish
men to attend services. It was
far from a minyan but we wor-
shipped nevertheless in the -mp-
ty post chapel at the Air Fu.v
Base which is used by all faiths.
In a short time our little jungle
congregation had expanded to
15 men. Prayer books and tal-
osim were provided by the Jew-
ish Welfare Board. Suddenly 1
found myself the Jewish lay
loader to the "Pleiku Congrega-
tion."
It matters little whether any
or all of these young men were
observant in their civilian '.i\^s
at home. What matters is thjt in
this strange place, isolated from
the world, in the middle if a
war, they had a fierce desire to
affirm thoir identities as Jews.
Perhaps it was the strangeness
and isolation, perhaps the pros-
pect off death or wounds. Their
Jewish ffocvng manifested Itself
in many ways apart from their
regular punctual attendance it
Sabbath services. For my p I tried to make our brief gather-
ings as meaningful as possible
under the circumstances.
Our weekly service consisted
of a great deal of respon-.ve
reading. I started a Bible sUss
and discovered that Bible studies
were what they were most inter-
ested in since they were lelin-
ing about their own heritage. I
also started a Hebrew class,
possibly the first in Vietnam.
Wo hecamo a true congregation.
Food parcels received from home
were dislributed among all a',
services and wo were able to
enjoy some of the traditional
Jewish delicacies.
We observed the major Tr.v-
ish holidays. On Rosh Hashan-th.
Yom Kippur and Passover, 3 w-
ish GIs from all over Two C>rps
Continued on Page 10-B

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*Jeist Meridian
Friday. October 2,
Ambassador Ravid Speaks In Behalf
Ambassador Michael Ravi.l. Co,,-, M. Albert. Israel Bond chaimn.:i
nil Gonen.l f Urael on the west has announced.
*t of the United States, will
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A former Hawaiian tighter toi
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Of Israel Bonds
ber of the Israel Ministry for For-
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When Mr. Ravid emigrated W
Israel in 1935, he joined Kibbutz
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* October 2, 1970
Jewi Page 5-B"
BOOK REVIEW ***********^^^^
ffc'
seymour b. iiebman
T1IK FIRST MILLION 8ABBA8
By Herbert Runs. ,>i ami
Margalit Banui
Is the ix>ok for which
bavc w-altcd. Herbert Ru-
m lived in Israel since 1948.
,. to the new state in its
',,. Liberation. His co-rui-
and wife, Margalit B:mai.
ative-born Israeli, a sabra.
,U The First Million
. (Dodd, Mead & Co., ?\-
, ,, porti-ail "f the nativc-
[=raelis
... thr, pane preface is
iec uise it Is a
ol ih it the book eon-
There are no sweeping
..,ilv i ll Israelis and
such assements
. er quite true. The authors
. that people should a\oul
Dtypes and thinking
. |s, -The ibraa are people.
; ins Jews, they are more
. Uctoi > than most poo-
authnrs raise some Inter-
and possibly dteturbing,
,ns, H >\v did the sabras
p whal they arc? What
kind of a Jew, if a Jew at all
as we understand the word, will
they be or will they evolve into
a new kind of eastern Mediter-
ranean Jew?
The authors do nothing to
spare the illusions of starry-
eyed Pioneer Women or naive
Hadassahites in their discussions
of the youth and their morals,
beliefs and value System, Tile
American devotees of the kib-
butz arc sublime optimists. They
extol! the many virtue-, of tii"
kil butznik but they are
blind to or they sweep und ir '!><
rug the shortcomings of kib-
butz life and tin- trans formation
through which ll has been evolv-
ing, Aleph Dale,', Gordon n
i hard-pressed to find "kib-
bush avodah" it he w< re to
alive and observe the modus Vi-
vendi of some of the collectives.
Comparatively little has been
written about the "Nili." Amer-
icans, by and large, know .ittle
or nothing about this group, tiv ir
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youth comprising a new class '
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Nili croup.
The sabra girl's attitude to-
ward love and her man, ;he
"chutzpah"' of the boy. the role
of the Orthodox in marriage
and divorce, the elimination of
the "Jewish mother" by the com-
munal upbringing of the child
in the kibbutz and the omni-
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in the army for survival w
few of the topics to be found in
the hook.
The authors write with warm
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sonal accounts. To understand
the Israeli of tomorrow, read
this book today.
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RF.SIST.VXM.
By Yeli ml a Bituer
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in a pejorative sense, color
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how objective ho attempts to be.
Yehuda Bauer's book From
Diplomacy To Resistance (Jew-
ish Pub. Society, ST..00 is thv
history Of Jewish Palestine. 1939*
1945. Bauer. 43, received hi*
Ph.D. in 1981 He is a membv.-
ol Kibbutz Shoval in the Nfegev
Continued on Pane 9-B
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Temple Beth Sholom's School of Fine Aits
committee, which met recently in the temple's
Board Room, includes Mrs. Howard Gordon,
Mrs. lulius Ser, Mrs. lack Hartley, Mrs. Jerry
Zeltzer, Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mrs. David
Drucker, Mrs. Robert Swedroe, Mrs. Royal
Jones and Mrs. Sam Hirsch.
Social Studies Textbooks
Still Distort The Picture
Continual From Page 1-B
;-.-mps are these:
Dramatic change" has taken
I .. ir. the treatment of Amevi-
-,n Indians. Accounts of white de-
jeit and of Indian culture are now
widespread l>ut there is room for
Jurther progrew. References to tlic
Indian in contemporary society are
fequently missing and those that
lo appear rarely give accurate ap-
kraisals,
Tho achievements, varied char-
tiislU- and current status of
fhinese and Japanese Americins
Ire still neglectel. On the whole
li, image of the Chinese American
Tontinues to be that of an out-
_ in- presenting a threat to the
I-.-iiv,' standard of native Ameri-
cans Japanese Americans are de-
leted solely as people who suf-
.recl a breach of civil liberties
Juring World War II but neverthe-
less performed loyally for the
Miorican cause. Their origins and
iresent achievements go uniformly
eglected.
There is still virtually no atteri-
\ >n paid to the increasing number
(i America's Spanish-speaking poo-
Nothing favorable is said
out Mexican Americans or Cu-
n immigrants; in all references
. Mexican Americans a negative
linage is conveyed. Puerto FUcana
receive the bulk of the small
I i ml of attention given Spanish-
speaking Americans and while fa-
vorable traits are portrayed in
some cases, negative stereotypes are
still presented, too.
The 45 texts examined in the
study were chosen for their fre-
quency of use by school districts in
over 50 representative areas of the
United States. Fifteen are Amer-
ican history texts, 15 world his-
tories and 15 deal with govern-
mental processes and social prob-
lems.
Seven criteria were used to as-
sess their material: inclusion of
information about the minorilv
groups, validity of the statements
made, balance of negative and
positive statements to prevent dis-
tortion, comnrehensivenes*. con-
creteness, unity rather than scat-
tered passing references. realU"i
and frank treatment of social evil)
and unsolved problems.
The book makes the point that
the "startling omissions and other
gross inadequacies" found make
evident the danger of relying on
current textsespecia'ly on on-
rather than several textsas tn
sole form of instructional materiil
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He suggests, too, that educators j
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for the contemporary student."
The Anti-Defamation Leagu.
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Spinoza Forum Lecture
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The usual Thursday morning
Spinoza Forum lccturo will not be
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twecn the University and the Joint
Distribution Committee, SaOlUUl I.
H imi-. JDC executive vice chair-
man, haa announced.
expansion in the various branches
of social work and in the vam.y
of subjects being taught.'
About 400 Israelis, including
son will lecture on "Martin Buber"
Thursday. Oct. 15: C. Israel Lut-
sky will s|H'ak on "My 85 Yours on
Radio" Thursday. Oct. 22, and Dr.
Kenneth Scheinman. author and
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
will begin its Cotillion classes on
Wednesday. NOV. 4. The sessions,
to, be conducted in tho tepiple's
social hall by Raymond Deiison
and an assistant, will include three
parties in the 20-week series.
The seventh gradera will meet
not) Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:30
I p.m.; the 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. session
v-iicfi will follow will include l*>t!i
i ghth and ninth graders. Classes
R-e open to non-members as well
as members of Temple Judea.
Mrs. Philip Abel and Mrs. Jo*
reph Rubin may be contacted fur
i further information.: registrations
| are being accepted at the temple
1 office.
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ships. ;-nd eventually may be ?x-
panded to include a doctoral de-
gree, was madi possible by a hind-
ement between the Uni
itj and Hie JDC whereby each
. ii provide an annual gran, of
OO1 for five years, Mr. Haber
sa (1.
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Jatti tfitrlirll
Ten students- have enrolled in the chairmanship of Raphael Burstein
.. ., u and Thomas Davidoff.
masters program thus far. UP|______
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Book Review By Seymour B. Leibman
Continued from Page 5-B
,1 head of the Department of
[oUMMIfil Slwi'cs of. the Iasti-
.uo of Contem|x>rsiry Studies al
he Hebrew University. His kio-
jutz is part of the left-wins lac-
i. possibly Ilashomer Hatzair.
jiv translation of the book
rom the Hebrew does not ob-
cure his leftist political oiien-
Btion. His presentation and qucs-
ion and answer approach arc d
,.; ection of the dialectical rhc-
oiic which he acquired from
iis environment.
The amount of research, study
and nnalysls that went into the
p .uiiui of the book is evi-
dent, The task of a historian is
|0 ,. weigh fads and report
.hi the important events and then
el them. Whale many
even Is concerning Palestinian
Jewry are placed in the mosai.?
..ml panorama of World War II.
too often sectionaliz a
[I ..: individuals or groups
is Mapai, Mapam, Hashomcr
Hatzair bourgeois or Middle
Class, The concentration on
events within Palestine to the
neglect of the activities of Zion-
ists and the contributions of
jews generally "chutz I'orctz"
.- ,i minor deficiency. Some Is-
raelis have not yet learned ihout
ihc role of non-Palestinian
Jewry.
Bauer's tendency Is a remind-
er (painful at tunes) of kibbutz
and old-time Zionist Congrats
debates. A speech of less than
three' hours was then consider-
ed shallow. Despite these flaws,
the book is important because
of innumerable facts therein
which have been forgotten. The
role of many Arabs as German
agents along with the perfidy of
Britain and its vacillation to-
ward the Yishuv. its anti-Jew-
ish actions and its pro-Arab
sentiments and the perversion
of its obligations under the Man-
date must be recalled.
The power struggle and per-
sonality between Bcn-Gurion
and Weizman arc- reported. Thus
conflicts -re not struggles ....
power iii r se. They were ide >1 -
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men on goals and ends especial-
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Agbncy resolved differen,- i,
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The author does nol mention
Anthony Eden's creation of the
Arab League in li>44 and its > i-
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ing oi its lenders. We believe that
the new Arab League caused some
leaders to recognize, after World
War II. that all hope to regain
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The stage was then set for tiie
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Jewish GFs In Vietnam Identify
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area attended services, many of
them with weapons slung ever
their shoulders. They were of ail
ranks, from lowly privates to
the Co'onri commanding the Air
Force Base whose example was
responsible in great measure for
the increased attendance. Rink
was disiiensed with on these oc-
casions. We were in fact lik. a
synagogue brotherhood with ev-
eryone on a first name basis.
On Rosh Hashanah. 19fi9. I
escorted 90 men from my bas..
by air to Nhadrang where the
Jewish chaplain arranged serv-
ices. What a thrill it was for mc
to see some 250 of our kinsmen
worshipping together in this re-
mote part of the world with the
rumble of artillery in the back-
ground.
A kosher meal was provided by
the J.W.I5. Then I made an ap-
peal for the U.J.A. Despite the
fact that these were soldiers in
a war zone, they demonstrated
strong feelings of kinship for
their brethren in Israel and in
the U.S.A. We maintained the
U.J.A, campaign throughout I he
year and collected several thou-
sand dollars from these GIs. I
had a sign posted at our ba.se
that re.id. "Shalomplease give
to the O.J.A."
Perhaps the most heartening
thing I found among our Jew-
ish servicemen was their strong
identification with Israel. Dur-
ing Yom HaatzmautIsrael's
22nd birthdaywe made an elab-
orate party and invited in addi-
tion to all Jewish personnel, the
chaplains and commanding of-
ficers of other faiths. The Food
Service Officer was Jewish ->nd
with his help we ha-i a magnifi-
cent repast followed hv Hebrew
;ind Israeli music, readings from
the Book of Psalms and a review

of Israel's history. The event was
announced by the Armed Forces
Radio and neediest to say we
had an excellent turn-out.
And there was something else
that reminded all of us of the
daily lot of many Israelis in
these tragic times. As we were
reciting the traditional kaddish.
the Air Force Base came under
rocket and mortar attack. But
the service was completed, and
so was the singing of Hatikvah,
before we ran for the shelters.
What does all of this add up
to? To my mind this: Our
younger generationthe average
age of Jewish GIs was 20is
not lost to Judaism. They arc
in fact ard"it seekers after their
heritage. Their clinging to Jew-
ish identity in a remote part of
the world cannot be attributed
solely to their loneliness. I gath-
P>vnlv from their
outward manifestationsSab-
bath services, the Yom Haatz-
maut party but from mv deep-
ly personal encounters with many
of these young men. In the ab-
sence of a chaplain they came
to me and. as best I could I
counselled them on such things
as marriage, their future plans.
Judaism. anti-Semitism, their
anxieties and fears and yes,
even the use of marijuana.
Although I did my best to
carry out the responsibilities
of a chaplain, the tact that only
three Jewish chaplins are avail-
able in all Vietnam gives our
Jewish voune men there a feel-
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N EW YEAR
She-Lanu
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It Is Ours!"
By CHARLES JOSHUA LEVIN
The State of Israel was 2-
years old this Spring, yet the
exhilaration of nationhood for
this spearhead of a people which
has been homeless for nearly
2,000 years has not worn off. It
is as if Israel was born yester-
day.
History has repeater*! itsiif
with rare eloquence. The sol-
diers of the Golani Brigade, Who
stormed the Goian Heights in
June, 1967, were the descen-
dants of Judas Maccabeus' fight-
ers who scored a decisive vic-
tory over the Syrian hosts at
Emmaus in 166 B.O.E. The fann-
er-soldiers of Nahal. who today
man the isolated posts of Me-
hola and Argaman in the deso-
late Beisan Valley, work as did
the followers of Nchcmia. 2.400
years earlier, when "every work-
man had a sword, girt on his
side."
This sense of past history per-
vades Israel's life today tU*8
and the need for an Israel.
Shmuel spoke of it as we stood
on the tiny porch of his modest
kib'.;utz cottage. "Only those who
have been homeless and hunted
like animals can understand the
fanatical tenacity with which
we Israelis cling to our small
country. Fear of the Ar*bs?" He
spat. "We are home. We have
weapons. No one will drive us
out. She-lanu!"
Ahead of him stretched the
green fields of the settlement,
many of whose members had
been concentration enmp in-
mates in Poland and Genmnv.
It was a peaceful scene although
Shmuel mentioned in an off-
hand manner that every few
nights the settlement takes -ome
mortar rounds from across the
border.
The pleasant-faced woman
who runs a small notions *tore
in Herzlia, a rustic town near
th" Mediterranean, spoke with
sober pride of her two sons in
uniformone somewhere in Gal-
ilee, the other at Suez. "I worry
about them ever) day, but there
arc thousands like them who
must bear their responsibilities.
No one will do it for them. She-
lanu!"
' She-lar.u" in Hebrew means
"It is ours."
The phrase is heard again
and again and it seems to be
a true reflection of the deter-
mination of the people to grow.
to build, to live, preferably in
security and peace, but under
the present conditions, if need
be, as long as necessary.
This resolve hardens with ev-
cry combat casualty, with ev-
er)' terrorist act. with every
night that children on the bor-
ders must live underground like
moles, with every dollar that is
diverted to guns when it sho'iid
be spent on schools, hospitals,
roads, parks and playgrounds.
Yet with all the sti-ain on
nerves and budgets, and with
casualties which pmjxjrtionat^iy
i xceed our own in Vietnam, the
Israels are buoyed by a strange
inner patriot sm which is quiet-
ly express* d in day-to-day grap-
pling with problems and danger.
It is almost a mutce' castacy.
The very existence of the Jew-
ish State, built by them on the
ruin* of th" ane'ent one, is still
a wondcrfjl and electrifying
rea'.itv. There is no question of
not being in uniform, no question
of civilians nr>t volunteering for
guard duty. She lanu!
An Israeli, wh.o :s in close con-
tact with the government at
Cabinet level, opened his som-
menl on America's role in the
Israeli-Arab confrontation with
the remark: "Israel is ours. Here
we stay." He then continued:
"1 can't criticize America for
Continued On rag* 7-C


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Mewffft FkrMton
Friday. October 2. 1973
Japanese Rabbi Joins**L-M
Religion Department Staff
A Japanese rabbi and scholar in
the field ol compai itive religious
lined iho University of Miami
re!i n department a- assistant
pro isor, Dr. W. Ivan Hoy. de*.
partment chairman, has announc-
ed Ho is A. O. Hiroshi Okamato. a
convert to Judaism, >vho will teach
. i>n major world faiths. He-
I r '.\ scriptures and Oriental re-
ligions,
P:uf. O:unato's special :nu-.--
Ive ethics as refli-cted in lh"!
Hebrew-Aramaic-Syrule and Sino-i
Jnixinese translations of the Bibb,
with reference to five points of'
cont ;ct hetween West and Far;
East via the Near Bast, and tiet ir
imp.icf upon the modern world.
Prof. O!:amato. 43, a tjradua'~
student at the University of Ox-
ford. Kngl:ind. since 1911, expecU
to receive his Ph.D. later this year.
He ".is an honor ctudent at th
Imp rial Naval Academy in Japan,
which required a strong aptitude
in Sino-Japanes" classics. He. re-
ceived the equivalent of a Bach-,
olor -.'. Science dciiroe in aeronauti-'
cal engineering, but the DOSt-war
government "'. Japan prohitiil^!'
Academy graduates from holdin.'
positions in that field.
In 1955. Prof. Okamato entered
Meiji Oakuin University in Tbyko
received his B.A. degree in Eng-
lish Literature in 1957, and ta 1 --'.it
Japanese grammar and English
in Toyko public schools. In ivtSS.
he won the S. H. Scheuer Fellow-
ship through the Fulbright pro-
gram, enabling him to study it
Hebrew Union College in Cineina*-
ti. from 1958 to 1964. wher.> he
earned B.A. and M.A. degree.; hi
Hebrew letters. During his study
for the Master's degree h- re-
ceived honors in Rabbinics an 1 in
1964 was ordained a rabbi.
Prof. Okamato returned to Tokyo
fcr two yeers as Rabbi and Direc-
tor of the Tokyo Jewish Seminar.]
During this period, he taught cjir.-
parative religions at the Jewish
Community Center School of To-
kyo. He has also taught Hebrew
for Erglish speaking student- ..'
the Hebrew Union College and ad-
vanced Japanese in Oxford's Ori-
ental Institute. He and his wife.
Kyoko. ate the parents of two
sons.
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ictivities Scheduled During October By
ocal Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
Historian Calls 1st Jewish Immigrants Victims of 'Hijack'
Jewish War Veterans of the
lc a. Department of Florida La-
i's Auxiliary president. Justine
pramowitz. has announced the
ttobrr activities of the various
tal Auxiliaries will include:
|l?4_Norman Brace Brown
4601 W. Flagler Street
p Schrcibcr, president, will
(eside at the regular business
feting at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Lai veterans organizations are
[:ng invited to attend the special
patriotic Night" social of the
Lxiliary and Post at 8 p.m. Tues-
Oct. 20. The Auxiliary's reg-
ir Imard meeting will be held
[s i ,m. Tuesday. Oct. 27.
j;177M Ira mar
F.rsl niii ting of the fall season
(i be hdd at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
2C. at Temple Israel of Mira-
lr with Birdie Grace, president,
(siding.
SMMurray Solomon
Judy Piitt, presidert, will pre-
at a ousiness n.eeting in Tcm-
Zamera at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday,
t.6. The Auxiliary and Post will
a ward party for patients in
t< rans Hospital Saturday evc-
s, Oct. 17. Films cf Israel will
[shown during a Post-Auxiliary
fcial Tuesday, Oct. 20. The Aux-
board meeting will be held
i nick Demonstration School
^sday, Oct. 27, at 8:15 p.m.
= 330Miami Beach
ecause the High Holy Days fall
the regular meetings nights.
Wednesday, Oct. 7. board
the only one scheduled.
=402Four Freedoms
orothy Singer, president, will
tside at the first meeting of the
Ison. an 11:30 a.m. brunch on
lirsday, Oct. 15. A Simcha To-
party, including entertainment
gifts for each of the patients.
|h i ii planned for the last week
ctobcr at the Miami Beach
Brew Home for the Aged.
I =613Victor B. Freedman
pme Federal Bank, Hallandale
Board meets 7:30 p.m. Wcdnes-
y. Oct. 7; regular business meet-
T:30 p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 21.
Rae Robbin. president, pro-
ng.
#677North Shore
Board meeting Monday evening,
Oct. 19. at Chase Federal Savings
and Loan. Arthur Godfrey Road;
Libbie Cohen, president, will pre-
side at first business meeting, 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 14, in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.; "Aid to Israel" card
party at the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave.. beginning
at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Oct. 25; a
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 28. reg-
| ular meeting in the Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr., will
precede Post-Auxiliary social.
#681Hialeah-Miami Springs
Breakfast business meeting at
Park Lane Cafeteria. Hialeah.
Sunday. Oct.4. with Lillian New-
man, president, presiding.
#682Abe Horowitz
Unified Hall, 2300 NE 171st St.
Board meeting Tuesday. Oct. 6;
regular business meeting 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 22, with Rickie Co-
hen, president, presiding, followed
by 9 p.m. white elephant sale;
Saturday, Oct. 24. ward party for
patients at Veterans Hospital.
#723Harry' H. Cohen
Wednesday. Oct. 14. business
meeting at Surfside Community
Center. 93rd Street and Collins
Avenue, Shirley Tragash, presi-
dent, presiding.
#746Col. David Marcus
The main Post-Auxiliary fund
raising event, a night club party
m the Saxony Hotel's Ivory Tower
Palace Room, Saturday, Oct. 17.
President Marjorie McShcrry will
preside at the regular business
meeting in the Miami Beach Fed-
eral, 18330 NW 7th Ave.. at 8:15
p m. Wednesday. Oct. 21.
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torical Society, told a group of 2C0
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one of their number, they eventual- j
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Friday, October 2
THereth Jacob Sisterhood Sponsors Yom Kippur Dance
Under tho leadership of Mrs. will be provide*!. J. 7*bjf00 8
Leoriffeienman. preslcterit, the Si*-|one-rhaYi fend, will provide
tcrhwd ;il(rt'-Mvmlvrshi[) OoHWiit- music, and a group f tudcn'*
tec of Temple Tifcroth Jacob fcill from the University ol Miami Mil
ir a Yom Kippur Dance Sal- be on hand to give demonstra :.. :
Oct. 10. beginning at tf.SOJand instructions in Israeli folfc
midnight. ngs and dances for those >vho
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only requirement for fiv .
sion: small charge will i
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Marvin ReicKentha
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Myra Grossman, Bi ati I
and Rosol Brad! > an
with him on this I st i
year. Temple Tifereth
I icated at 851 :
4iii Ave.. Hialeah.
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paintings, sculpture and ceramics will be displayed Oct. 12-
30, are (from left) Mrs. Ben Oren, Mrs. Byron Sparber, presi-
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Glazed Rock Cornish Game Hen
2 tablespoons catsup
II teaspoons lemon juice
l 2 teaspoon salt
1. 4 teaspoon basil
1 8 teaspoon pepper
1 3 cup HELLM ANN'S/best 100ns
Real Mayonnaise
6 Rock Cornish game hens, stuffed
and trussed
Combine catsup, lemon juice, salt, basil
and pepper. Gradually blend in Re;
Mayonnaise. Place hens, breast side
do\.n. on lack in roasting pan. Brush
with part ol the mayonnaise mixture.
Roast in 3 75" F. (moderate) oven 20
minutes. Turn breast side up: brush with
remaining mayonnaise mixture. Roast
until tender, about 40 minutes. Makes
(> servings. (Hcllmann's/Best Foods
gives you a handsome glaze, as well as.
a delicious one.)
Curried Chicken Casserole
1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup hi llmann's/best foods
Real Mayonnaise
2 1/2 cups chicken bouillon
2 teaspoons curry powder
1 small onion, finely chopped
2 cups cooked rice
1 (10-ounce) package frozen
French style green beans,
cooked and drained
2 cups diced cooked chicken
I (5-ouncc) can water chestnuts,
drained and sliced
1 / 3 cup fine dry bread crumbs
Combine flour and Real Mayonnaise;
gradually stir in bouillon. Add curry
powder and onion. Cook over low' heat,
stirring constantly. 5 to 10 minutes or
until thickened. Layer half of the rice,
beans, chicken, water chestnuts and
mayonnaise mixture in a 2-quart cas-
serole; repeat layering. Sprinkle bread
crumbs over top. Bake in 350 F.
(moderate) oven 25 to 30 minutes or
until bubbly. Makes 6 servings.
Supper Tuna
1/4 cup HI I t mann's/best foods,
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons flour
I cup milk
I teaspoon finely chopped onion
1/4 teaspoon salt
I (6 1/2 to7-ouncc) can tuna,
drained and flaked
I (8-ounce) can whole kernel corn,
drained
1 / 4 cup finely shredded American
cheese
Combine Real Mayonnaise and flour id
saucepan. Gradually stir in milk, onion
and salt. Bring to boil over medium heat,
stirring constantly. Reduce heat. Add
tuna, corn and cheese. Cook over low
heat, stirring constantly, until cheese
is melted. Serve over rice, toast or
noodles. Makes 3 servings.
(Hellmann's/Bcst Foods makes creamy
smooth sauce. And Real mayonnaise
doesn't separate even when heated in a
recipe like this.) i n.
Halibut in Mayonnaise
Halibut steaks. 1-inch thick
lemon juice
Chopped onion
Dill weed
Salt
Pepper
HI LLMANN's/BEST ronns
Real Mayonnaise
Minced Parsley
Place halibut steaks in shallow baking
dish. Add just enough water to cover
bottom of dish. Add small amount of
lemon juice. Sprinkle steaks with
chopped onion and dill weed. Cover and
bake in 350' F. (moderate) oven about
45 minutes or until fish flakes easily w ith
fork. Remove from oven. Sprinkle fish
with salt, pepper and lemon juice. Spread
with Real Mayonnaise to cover. Sprinkle
w ith parsley. Continue baking, un-
covered, 5 minutes or until
Real Mayonnaise is warmed.
Marinated Fish Steaks
1/2 cup corn oil
3 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons lemon juice
4 medium halibut steaks. 1/ 2-inch
* thick (about 2 lbs.)
J/2 cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Combine corn oil, soy sauce and 2
tablespoons lemon juice in shallow dish.
Add fish steaks and marinate in refrig-
erator at lea'! 4 hours. Remove steaks,
reserving marinade. Mix together
Real Mayonnaise, 1/4 cup marinade anJ
remaining 2 tablespoons lemon juice.
Preheat skillet over medium heat 3 to 4
minutes. Dip fish steaks in mayonnaise
mixture, coating both sides. Place in hot
skillet and cook about 5 minutes on each
side or until fish flakes easily with fork. .
Serve with remaining mayonnaise
mixture as sauce. Makes 4 servings.
Savory Rice Loaf
1 tablespoon margarine '
2/3 cup chopped green pepper
1/3 cup finely chopped onion
1 (4-ouncc) can sliced mushrooms
1/2 cup hellmann's/blst foods,
Real Mayonnaise
4 cups hot cooked rice
2/3 cup finely shredded American
cheese
2/3 cup fine dry bread crumbs
I teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Parsley
Heat margarine in small skillet over
medium heat. Add green pepper, onion
and mushroom and saute stirring fre-
quently, just until tender. Combine
mayonnaise.-rice, cheese, bread crumbs,
Salt, pejSper and sautced vegetables in
large bowl, tossing until well mixed. .
Press into greased 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf
pan. Bake in 350 F. (moderate) oven
about 30 minutes or until heated.
Unmold onto serving platter. Garnish
with parsley. Makes 6 servings.
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Friday. October 2.
1970
vjkwlsli Meridian
Page 5 C
Record Number Of
Day Schools Operating
X-.W YORK iWNSi The lo-
t ,1 number of Jew tan day schools
oporatine in the United State.
;,! Canada reached 459 as 22
,.A schools, including the firel
..,,.,(! >: Reform con-
,.,-. iion, started functioning
for t.ie new school term.
iTc first Reform day school
,vas established in New York by
Cm.'( gation Rodef Shalom, with
n kindergarten and first grado
Xtw Reform movement, however.
js |J| on record as opposing
,l, Mishn of a Reform
,i >] syst >m.
ii lve and Ortho i .
i ii lav school s\ i
I inl il on from tlu?
nal co nmission of tlio
I'jlii 'i S of America
ind Torah Umc-
i rrtho loxl shows !'.i il
I' ins r\ ti movement
J H ".o |e -.ii-i-v and three
ii h -< hoi ils In Hi United Si lies
l.-i i:>! three elementary schools in
| i with a total enrollm -,1
[<,r 7000 students, while he <>,-
[tho' m ..... sponsors '
| 5 an 1 116 high scho ii
I iM i United States and 38 >lo-
schoo's lo
v irti i t ital enrollm n1
'''
i irthod x :' ioI system ; .
i. ntcnslve than
In- .- network of
I This w i< denoted by Hie
Ifiu-i th it in the New York mi .-
I area, Chicago, Philadel-
phia and Baltimore, eight major
elementary schools set up brai.
ches in outlying areas or expand-
i cd by opining high school de-
partments.
A major shift in the Orthodox
system occurred this term as '.he
j areas outside of New York
started operating more than 200
; of th-. 378 Orthodox schools. Hut
the pupil population is still
weighed In favor of New York
where about 52,000 students at-
tend the Orthodox schools, a i'A
increase over the enrollment dur-
ing the 101J9-70 school year.
Caribbean Hotel Hosts
Young Adult Events
On" of Miami Beach's best known
kosher hotels, the Caribbean, lo-
cated at 37th Street and Collins
Avenue, has inaugurated a serios
ol barbecue and dance evenings
for young adults. A full evening's
fun. dining and dancing to live
music is included.
The Caribbean's youth-involved
management offer these special
evenings in conjunction with the!?
own all-family guests program.
Throughout the >ason, visitors
to the popular hotel are encour-
igcd to join th fecth Ities and
meet other guests and residents .>f
the Greater Miami ires who come
i') th> Mondlv hotel
Raifib
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Special Hijli Holy Day Services For Dade Institutions
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Director
of Gicatcr Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy ">ei-
vice, v\ill conduct special services
commemorating the High IIoly|
Days at various institutions in the
community, Leo Kisenstein. chair-
man of the Chaplaincy Advisory
Committee, has announced.
The schedule for the services ,s.
as follows:
MONDAY. OCT. 5
SuiiIhihI Training Center
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7
Jewish Ikons ror the \Ka\
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7
Oile-s of Lebanon Hospital
Tllt'KSIlAY. OCT. 8
Italic County Jail
nilKSOAY, OCT. 8
i.ii i.snii Memorial Hospital
FRIDAY OCT. 9
Mount Sinai Hospital
The Community Chaplaincy Ser-
vice, founded in 1966. is sponsored
by the G.eater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration in association with the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami. It is designed to fulfill the
basic Jewish principle of "Bikkur
Cholim"visiting the ill. The pro-
pram consists of visits to Jewish
persons confined to hospitals and
other institutions in Dade County
who are not affiliated with any
synagogue.
Assisting in th>' High Holy Day
progmn will be several rabbis Lorn
the community offering service \n.t
solace to Jfwish people in various
institutions.
Serving on t>.. Chaplaincy A I-
visory Committee with Mr. Elsi n-
stein are- Or. Herbert M. B.iuin-
gard, Walter S. Falk. Sam Gal*
man. Mrs. Milton S. Green. Sam
J. Heiman, Jack Kat/.man, Mrs.
Florence Kupperman, Barry Kii-
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Lehrman. Max Mansfield and Irv-
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names do not re
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Kz:z. Prof. Mjrr.- Lev. N
Lib -z Dr Ds
?-:' '.'.
Sbaiel Pi y: 7- V .-?.
:.-- ; j-.'s top I
.. older:
ntSMl *!< Aharon. Seen
: the Hist3ir.it. whoiv
arzr*i;:v-r hand I 4 trtat key
prjal and hj Utter :' i~ with
leadfas [WI wnriHIm have crc-at-.^
an inc.pient labor crisis in Isra:'.
Yaaha luukw. 2'-year-o:d
7 -r'-.-.cm student and -r_-n:;ra-t
to Israel from Rcatti H- hunger
ttrBtC =rii demonstr3t.or.
VS. &ii\dm% in New York Co*
cused world aftentk>r. on I
' fusa] o'. the U S ? ?. tt permit fa -
family and ther Russian .' I
- Urai.
H.trir.n MirToa [l leading
-; the Arab ter-
rorist tea nst hi
piar* M c
Hun I
- --
mHaaa R:i*rv v.? Secretary
State. H-i
and a
I the tarring tali?
it momentary hope for peace
national soccer team. ~.
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Michael Donate William Bohaa, ..v,r
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to the Al Aku Er Mrimun. [ormer
the Air Force r, I
2 i new criaii in I- '-
"-.. Th/ :. rod that eon- 1 me Ifiniatei oi ::v
;f :hr moaq ild| in the Cabin when t
Far n tjr joined tl
-.on. *en '^':' htfl I
rnment tb : the R ;.
Fr-.v shlomo SanmeMf, together -p -.,. p-3-
- M Salah MuaDam. were be:d '__________________
th Syrians for t
nonths when Own- TWA Another Isroeli Export
u 2 >! prisonen invohinai lh?
hijacked to Drr^:, ^ American Market
were fr^ed only after 3" w
' 71 Egypti&ra ar.d 5yn-| for its rr.;iitar>- prowess. Isra
had been captured Ly also rapidly earning the r-sp^ct ;f
y^ the free world in the field of :.--
i dustry. One of trie latest o: [tj
Beany Shalit. Israel naw offi- finished products, a fine, doub!--
cer. married to a mn-Jewish girt, edged stainless steel razor bial-
sought I Supreme Court rulir.? btj.-.^ rranufactured by one of U-
that bis two children should oe rarls most modern steel -'. i
re?^tere-d ac of Jewish nationality. {nm the w.orW-s b^t sne^t ;.
Vjt of no relieion. The Court up-
hai row reached the VS. ma ket
I him M the fine pain's ot tre
a, -. the Knesset thereafter through a local mail order coo-
hastened to enact special lezi-i- pany.
,t a similar verdict ihould
igain be possibl?.
Shmu^l Sbemtov. leader an-^
Helen Moravansky. owrter ar I
rator of Israeli Aid Im| rts tlw
Users of the blades claim it U
superior in smoothness ar.d dura-
bility, yielding more (haves tha i
^kesman tor a group of J-ru- ^.^ ^^
salerr. h ?h school students, wnos
jpen letter to the Prime Minister
had : '. mal repercussioris. Th >
^* as young ryoole abaut fjrm wnich is handling their
.njer the 1st y they *ere ieI)orts Sale of t^ bIa,..,
i stui i that the Government >v;-.*
" factuird bv a steel mih .-. ai
dng ex-ery opportunity to ^^ ^ ^^ ^
^.c^ as in the tad- ^ -oono:rv cf tho vourg
are I urdtoe the initiative dis- -a:ion. tt,, .. KporUnfs .
by Nahum Goldr, .,,s M ^^ ._ .
Mor^chi; s>i*Ttl'r. captai main sorw I

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Friday, October 2. 1370
Q'JfnisIb tihridtoun
Page
She Lanu "It Is Ours"
Cer-iinoec; from Page 1-C
, .-.,;. ihe thinks
I nefit h r. This is every
-.,,; right r wever, I don i
mink thai h tr policy '>r catch-
. ,.ean military aid. for
Ahic <=he is 'id. represents
ty ol situation. It
the vast im-
portai to her own Near Ei.n
: a strong, Indspen-
lei i !
"Ti -......" ho added, "we
need Ihe l'rit"i States, and wo
nv qualities md experi-
immon to our makeup,
but America npeds us also."
This piril of confidence :md
pride .-as reflected by a yoans
school teacher returning to her
duties In on< of the most ex-
posed Jordan Valley settlements,
cons', tly under fire from Jor-
daniar and Iraqul artillery. She
put it is w iy:
"Wh- n our forces have to
ihell an Arab a-pa from wnich
tcnowr terrorist formations op-
erate against u*. the Arab vil-
lagers leave. Soon their fields
becon-" a no-man's land which
doesn i seem to worry Hussein.
We sta> all of usmen. women
qnd children. No one will take
what -' have built She lanu!"
Of course there is grief in th?
home! of those who daily fall
for "She lanu." but the na-
tion-.! morale is high. Th tre i .
lusl tor life everywh fre. Isra I
bust) 's with vitality. The str -
and highways are crowded with
cars, too many of them driven
at a reckless pace. Towering con-
struction cranes are excInmi>Mon
marks against every horizon.
Nearly i half-million tourists ..r>
expected in 1970.
There is no greater Indication
of a war environment in Tc':
Aviv. Haifa. Jerusalem or B" >r-
Sheva than in Los Angeles. The
military views the terrorists as
more of a nuisance than a di-
rect militarv threat. They esti-
mate that eieht out of everv ten
that enter Israel never make it
back. Observers here feel that
the attempts to open a new-
front from Lebanon Is due to
the high cost of operating from
Jordan. Not a single Israeli s?t-
tlement or outoost has tv-on
evaciated and more are be'ui
the frontiers.
Three wars and thirty year.;
of disturbances have not sapped
Israel's will or energv for peace-
ful development. This continues
as planned no matter what hap-
pens at Suez or on the lines
fronting Lebanon, Syrian or Jor-
stcadily added to fill gaps along
dan. One of the nation's most
ambitious multi-million dollar
development projects, an oil pipe
lin! from Eilat t > the -:: M
Meditei r neat.....isl h is been
: on schedule and Is in
operation.
The preservation of their coun-
try has become a religion to .ill
Israelis. Th"v c"j rot recognize
the possibility of d'feat. Af1 I
centuries of harassment, afti
reillior'! of martyrs, these Jews
fee! they have come home to
stay. The very word his n
stratice. sweet sound. It is Still
so new.
As our El Al plane from Lon-
don torched down at Lvdda Air-
port, th? Israelis on board spon-
taneously burst into song ai.d
handclapping. A serious yo'ing
man. returning to his law stud-
ies at Tel Aviv University, who
had been commenting on the
difficulties of life in Israel, turn-
ed and with face glowing, said
with emphasis: "I love Israel!"
If "no alternative' was Israel':
secret weaDon in 1948, then in
1970 it is "She lanu!"
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ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES & GENERAL REPAIRS
18300 N. Miami A"*nue 624-3942
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS A SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE.. No. Miami. Fla. PI 1-2880
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
YOIXGBLOOD ROOFING CO.
RAY and LEROY YOUNGBLOOD
1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2SOI
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DR. THEODORE BERMAN


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+Jewlst Fk>rldHan
Friday, October 2. 1970
letters to the editor
The Needs Of The Aged In Our Community
EUROS, The Inrtah FlorUlij.i:
For some mwi the general
I has come to believe t\.r,
becaut >: the Medicare program
ise of the MedtcaJd pi -
ler c:;:/oins nave
l :' ma a oil In ban '
", s not so, and I have been
. |f becau34 i '
; f ourG
Miami Jew -1 Community in ;
\ _- .. ,tog crisis uiiiO'i
exists for elderly Jewish vt-
i
reality, offers a
' inly
. 1 in- ]': ami '.i -
uing car;
ive a ici i, etc .
i... ide iu '
Thos. the minimum
s of ten find th
r.o\ be co.or. !
(rants When all the
facts are fully understood, theyi
re indeed disturbing.
Man) humirods of elderly Te.v-
ish men and women live in sub-l
standard housing in the Greater
Miami Area. Because of the ah-
ce of low cost rental units, the,
mall number of available room*
I partments are usually out of|
range of the elderly Jewish rent-
For those Whe reach their '7o*s!
and "80*8 and have great dtfficuily
Betting around t shop, to
- etc.. the helping
services of such programs :i-
Meals on Wheel*, and volunteers to
take ; eopk t.> events and
ne inly in the development
. m ng the
rith ml rel in iften found
rted nd den
i I
those who need protective
.. s because they c out >'-
|
live alone in the community any|
more, the waiting lists in our ph*.-j
lanthropic homes for the aged,
vary from nine months to on<>j
year minimum wait, when care is
needed NOW!
It would seem that those in on:
community who have the respon-
sibility for planning and financ.pi
programs to meet the overall so-
cial welfare needs of our commun
ity up to now have not had the
problems Ol our aged in f.cus.
Certainly the absence of an or-
ganized and coordinated commun-
ity wide f t to Initiate -
programs for the care of our aid*
erly can only mean that otlic
priorities'" have diverted our
leadership from this crucial area
of great concern.
The time is now. for leaders m
the community to sit down and|
weigh the serious problems facing
the aged and the needy.
SIDXKY 8IBOBL
Executive Dttaatnr
Miami Ilrach HebfCW Home for the
Aged
Children's Choir Featured
A s|K-cial professional children's
choir, trained and directed by I
Cantor Abraham Seif. will be fea-
lured during the High Holy Days |
by the Orthodox Kneseth Israt I
Congregation, Miami Bcaeh. its
[Hi sklent. Milton Kahn. has au-
nounced. The children's choii
i highlight of the services foi
the past five years.
Defense Department Official
Active In Pro-Arab Group
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
new Deputy Assistant Secret*, y
of Defense for Near East an! As-
ian Affairs. James H. Nbyes, 13,
was active for more than foiu'
years for the American Friends if
the Middle East, an organization
that has taken a consUtentalh
Arab stand on matters aff. i
that region, it has been disci
Mr, Noyes. who assumed ..
Pentagon post Sept. 15. is n
sible for all policy matters of L> .
fence Department intere.-.t per-
taining to countries of the N
East and Southeast A?ia. He
served the American Friends c|
the Middle East at home ,. I
i, while employe!.1 by m
Bank of America's internai u
department, and as director o II
Northeast Asia division of i!..
\>i i Foundation in San Franc,;-).
WHAT THE SMART
CONDOMINIUMS ARE
BUYING THIS YEAR!!
NAJTIC410I
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180.7 N.E. 164th Street
HORTH MIAMI B6H, FU.fT:$40-3748
It is our privilege to express
Our appreciation to our many
Friends for their kind consideration
During the past year
!i!
We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STAFF OF
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We wish you what you wish yourself: good health.
One thing you need for good health is the right kind of
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for cholesterol problems. As a matter of fact, there's no
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DOROTHY BREWER
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&.
.HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL-*
DADE COUNTY IS GREAT
For FUN and PLEASURE!
But
HIALEAH is the Place
for industrial activities!
Plenty of Labor--a cooperative City Government
and Plants of All Kinds
to Supply YOUR Needs
For Leasing or Buying
Consult a Specialist
Saul Schreiber, I Frank Freeman,
Vice President | President
FRANK FREEMAN, Inc.
Industrial Realtors
1385 E. 10th Ave.
HIAIEAH
1885201
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Friday. October 2. 1970
*JeN ist) flcridfiaun
Page 9-C
Ferre Calls For Tax Relief. Budget Cut
Miami <"": r'.',mniis,siyn(M- Ahiu-
}.,,-,. called for immediate
lax rc'.icf for Miami Home owners
..i.t week ai a press conference in
the McAllister Hotel. Commission-
. r told newsmen thai Iv
Cltj Manager M -.\i'i
l > cin .it leasl two million
om the city budget, re-
,! crease in city I ;\
ire than one null.
Mr. !". i iv called the cltj
,)-. d budget of
isi iii much for a >ity
I 00 I l ipl '. Mr. Re SO,
linisti itor, i~ thinkin :
. .,' the City o
: d, "But I. a- i
i. musl think .i '
!e who upnort '!.
: he Citj of Miami
i : nosed th imm sion take wh
| ii l to ii
i property o vnei -' : i.
isi '! mor 'ii
in the I .
Cit; i r -
111 thai "i Hialeah, ask-
ilrl Miami's bu-i
is large is Hial :
pepuli i 'mi Is onlj
1 large?"
iltailed analj s's F the
F re show d ii" i thi
the Cltv "i Miami ii id
over 100* In |usl I
. with the slighl decre isc ."
custom
catering
Sp
lff<
very special people.
Every detail handled
with expert care.
Superb cuisine & service
with a personal flair.
Magnificent facilities
/or parties from
15 to 1500.
Kosher Catering Available.
DUPONT
PLAZA
HOTEL
in Miami
358-2541
DAVID GLYNN
Catering Manager
mi",'U-('.. Sfttes overshadowed iiy
greatlj increased assessments.
The reduction in (axes proposed
by Mr. Ferre would still leave
sufficient money in the budget f necessary city sen Ices and to pa)
'or proposed salary increases tor
city employees, which Ferre wild
were "gre itly deserved."
Lebeeliker Branch
To Sponsor Concert
1 Branch of lh<
1- ;i i.i"l. I../..().. Joseph Zi
man, Pn 'nt, will mso
i al the Miami
iw : S lurday e\
. n
Shn uel F i sh! o, Famous Isra 'Ii

ehoi in deal
: whic
w II d!rc i.
Th i ioni '" i h" an I ihe
Miami Bei ch M indolin I Ins >mbli,
now i \ i ndi ig inl i a Sj mpnun
II -;i I ii extensi
' ir thi
h rt !l also mm' i
nalio i\n artist.
'. I he recent annnunc >me it
that the "'! nn h and th rr
phor.i Ite nr nn Ihe bati
Ii ':; i Sh in I Fei shk >.
:i numerous n
I o -i l ical residents wish
... join the o-ii s. Th >s ri-|
v Hi iv <. ins Idi red as iooii
as possible.
Thi' members of ihe Lebedik r
Branch, the "Zimrnh" and the
Miami Beach Mandolin Ensemble!
extend their wishes to the Jewish
people of .Miami Beach and a:!I
over the ivor'c! for a healthy, pros-
perous and. hopefully, peaceful New
Z an Algiers* specialty Z
'Fabulous Finds'
Sale Is Scheduled
AVIieaVvt/e Benefit"
A unique sale of interior desiRn- ,
or merchandise will be held Satur-
lay, Oct. 24, and Sunday. Oct. 25.
..t Furniture Park, 401 NW 71st
St., under the auspices of the i
Florida Chapter of the National
Home Fashions League, Inc., a
i.on-profil organization. Proceeds
v. ill go to benefit the League's ed-
ucatin' al pi iji cts.
Edith li ma Sii gel and Mrs. Lil-
lian Resnick are coehairmen of the
' Fabulous Finds" sale, snare for
which has bei n provided by Furni-
: ure Park ri undi r A. J, Alexan-
der. Committee chairmi n include
I letty Jane Hofstadtcr id Gwen
Freedman, pul licit ; Ruth Cans
nil Ma el Fill r, i at loguing and
talcing; Doris Wintz, transship-
ping; Elfi Ida I 'ni taw,
< oordinator; Mi i c di s Bennett,
raphics; t 'a i illia W, Summit, su-
pervising cashier; Sara Seidler and
Jeanne Booth, mi i ch idisc colli c-
i ion, .'"i i I let -;. Al xandi r, receh -
Helen Baum is president of
ih< NHFL Cha
Two Disney Films On Bill
Two Disney films are on the |
double-bill at the Palm Springs
Theatre this weekend: "LoveBug"
and "Jungle Book" bi gin their run
Thursday. 'The Virgin and the
Gypsy" opens Friday at Twin II
and Byron; "You Can't Win 'Em
All" and "The Executioner" at the
Essex, and "The McMasters" will
begin at the Miami. Coral Way,
27th Ave. and North Dade Drive-
ins. Holdovers include "Sunflower"
al the Carlo, Miracle. 163rd Street
>nd Mayfair; "Joe" at the Twin I
and Carlyle, and "Brotherly Love"
at the Parkway.
Join the
WlNN Team
.
Sficrman winn. Vies
President & General
Manager and Steve Winn,
Food 8 Beverage Director,
invite you to make tha
Balmor.-I your hotel.
Complete notel and
catering facilities are at
your disposal and every
occasion becomes a
mc.i.orablo one.
N 6-7702
Bal Harbour
; Beach
The roost elegant functions with the
ultimate irnsersonaitzed service,
superb cuisine; luxurious surroundings -
. for groups of a\\ sizes". a standard of
excellence that is, unique to the DeauviTJe!
Dietary laws strictly observed under the
supervision of Rabbi Tibor H- $te,rn
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS
WEDDINGS ..BANQUETS MEETINGS
PARTIES for up to 3,500 guests. ,
OCEAN AT 67th ST., MIAMI BtACH
- Phone UN 5 8511
BILL GOLDRING
EXECUTIVE FOOD DIRECTOR
'CfiwtlOWl
SIM I* 1 *- HI
\J J
aJ m
^^ m
m
HANS H. MARCUSF
fcod Beverage Director "
LOUIS WiTKIN 2
Maitro d'Hottl *
Ml
An Invitation to the Perfect Affair

The world-famous Starlight Roof, or the elegant Mediter-
ranean Room at Doral On-thc-Occan... The breathtaking
Grand Ballroom, or the exquisite Conquistador Room at
fabulous Doral Country Club ... These and other beautiful
settings can be yours for weddings, banquets, receptions
and confirmations, complemented by gourmet cuisine and
flawless service ... in the Doral tradition.
DORrUON-THE-OGEM
Telephone Mr. Carlos Fernandez at 532-3600 i
ixmoouNWCiiB
Telephone Mr. David Kovac at 888-3600
OCEAN AT 45th ST..
MIAMI BEACH
FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND THE VERY BEST!
The most important occasions o\~ your life -
your daughter's wedding, your son's confir-
mation, a special party for good friends-
deserve the incomparable I den Roc
Dietary laws strictly observed under the
supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
For meticulous ^ y
attention and C,~/^~
expert counsel '^jmTW
Please call ~~'wHi$'
CHARLOTTE
HORN
Catering Director
JE 2-2561
MAGNIFICI VIM W
COTILLION ROOM
outstanding,
unsurpassed, elegant
anJ breathta i ing
the perfect
letting for the finest,
most memori
YOURINSP1 ( riON
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fJewlsti fhridiar
Friday. October 2. 1373
LEGAL MOTXt
I
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IE HEKF.nY GIVEN that
the undersigned. dUsirin* W. *if'
lr trtnw under the fictitious name
of HIS II HEBS at SI S| *'" j
Street. South M JJSjf* '"i*"?. '
to register Mid n.me with h* OJBPB ,
<>( the Circuit Court of Dade Coumy,
I -"- -
Owners:
Rotor:*. Lefkow
Janet ftlbernw ^ j<( $
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tht
the undersigned, desiring U engage
bualna under the fictitious name
, MATTY S at Mt Ah Eaba. Opa
Locks. Fla. Intends to register said i
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, r lortoa.
Rj 'BERT A rFN'N. sole owner
KESSLER, ROTH. SHERADSKY *
PECKERMAN
a,--, rnej : ant
ltM S W 3rd Ave.
Miami, Fis. |g 9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CQ.URT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3268
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Jr. P.E Estate '<
SADIE PINCU8
eased.
T; All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against said
.are hereby notified and required
to present any dalms and demands
which yu may have against the es-
tate of SADIE PINCl B deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and file
the >ame in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1*. Florida Stat-
utes m their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
t me ol the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 4th
day of Sept.. AD. 1IW- ___
SHEltwiN STAUBER
As Executor
Firt publication of this notice on
the lfth day of September. 1970.
EHERWTN STAVBER _
Attorney for Estate of Saoie PlncUJ
.mcoln RoadMiami Beach. FU.
o I5-2D 10. J-?
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-17062
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OMELIo RODRIGUEZ.
Plaintiff.
ALODIA RODRIGUEZ.
Defendant.
TO: ALODIA RODRIGUEZ
tOe West 176th StreetApt. 22
New York. New York
Tou. ALODIA RODRIGUEZ.
hereby notified that a
plaint for Divorce h
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, MERRILL
I. LAMB. BSQ Ml. Mfl Ds.de Fed-
eral Building. Miami. Florida, 33131
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of October. 1T0. If you fail to
do go, judgment by default will be
taken aga;r.st you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FISiRJDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian1.
Florida, this 21sl day cf September
AD ISTO.
E.B. LEATHERMAN. Ork.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Ciircuit Curt Seal)
MERRILL I LAMB. ESQ.
!!-v<>5 Dade Federal Building
Miami. Florida, 33131 FR-91414
J '25 10,2-5-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15939
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
YERACHMIEL MLTCHNICK,
Plaintiff,
MARLENE E MUTCH NICK'.
Defendant.
TO. MARLENE E. MLTCHNICK
c'o Altman's
P. O Bx 424
Barbados, West Indies
Tou MARI-ENE E MUTCHN1CK.
Bill of Com- I are hereby notified that a Pill of Com-
teen filed 1 piatnt for Divorce has be n filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint "n .--------.. -
UiTpurntiffs attorney, PAUL KWIT- Florida, within s,x calendar months
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2527
JOHN R. BLANTON
In P.E: Bstatl '
NICOLA PIETRi >PAOI-A
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- ,
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E-tate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to proatnl any claims and de-
mands whi'h you may have against
the estate of NICOLA PIETROPAOLA
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
He undersigned, de.-inng to engage
In business under -he Hi titlotu name
ol JERONILTNS DISTRIBUTOR.- at
(Sl-IOth Street, Miami Bea-h. ">J
lend* to register Mid name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
c i uti-.y. Florida .
JACK ROSBNTHAL
; -Ei-H SCHM1ER
for J !' eenlhal
B ad, Miami Bea. h, Fla
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.... u- -.- ; desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
Of PIG N WHISTLE at -- S Ml-
Ave Miami intend to register |
ih the Clerk ol > Cir-
cuit C urt of Dadi County. Florida.
RICHARD MARTIN ar.d
BARRYJ GRAHAM
ROTH, BHERAD8KT A
KBRMAN
I for appll< ants
- A r,rd Ave.
t Fia.
I 25 u 2-9-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16474
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OVTES CORTIZO FONSBCA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERTO FONSECA,
Defendant.
TO: ROBERTO FONSECA
106 First Street
Elizabeth. New Jersey
Tou. ROBERTO FONSECA. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing; to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. MAX A. GOLD-
FARB. 414 Blscayne Building. Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
Of the Cir. uit Court on or before the
26th day of October. 197" If you fail
to do so. judgment Iv default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
mand* d in the Bill of Complaint.
Ttala notice shall be published -nee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN
DONE ANIi ORDERED ..: "
Florida, this 17th day f September
AD. 1ST*
E B LEATHERMAN, Cl<
Circuit Court. Dade County. F
By: C G< >DMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX A GOLDFARB
414 Blsca) n< Hu.idmg
Miami. Florida
Attorney (or Plaintiff
NEY. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the off:. I I I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 13th day of October. 197"
If vou fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be publi-hed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of September
AD. 1.7". .....
E B. LEATHERMAN. clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: I- SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
_ g'11-ls-tS 10't
IN"THE'COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-33*7 (Clark)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LILLIAN JACOBS ROSENBERG
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN JACt'IlS RoS-
, ENBEKG deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
I Dade County, and file the same in
: duplicate and as provided in Section
' 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
! fices in the County Courthouse in
I Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
I endar months from the time of the
I first publication hereof, or the same
! will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of September. AD. 1M0
Robert L. Rosenberg
Howard Samuel Rosenberg
As Executors
First publication of tins notice on
the 2nd day of October. 1970
MAX A- GOLDFARB
Attorney for Executors
114 Bisoayne Building. Miami. Pli
i".2-9-16-23
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be .
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of September. AD 1970.
MATIIJ'A BAMBUS
At Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the l*th dav of Beotember. 197"
GRoVER CIMENT WEINSTEIN *
STAUBER. PA
Attorneys for Estate of Nicola
Pletropaola
3."0 Lincoln RoadMiami Reach
9 1S-2S 10 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-16070
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FRANK MORRISON,
Plaintiff.
ESTHER MORRISON.
Defendant.
YOU. ESTHER MORRISON. 153
Salem Street. Maiden. Massachusetts,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file
jour written defense to this divorce
With the Courts Clerk and serve a
Tv upon Plaintiffs Attorney, SAM-
UEL E SMITH, 1512 Capital Bank
Bldg.. Miami, Florida, on or before
the 13th day of October. 1970. else .
the Complaint will be taken as con- ,
fe.sed
DATED September 3rd. 1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9 11-1S-2S 10,2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of DIVINE PET PARLOR ax 373
Bird Rd., MWrni intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HENRY M. LE and
MARGARETS. LEE, his wife
SIDNEY BPRONSON
Attorney for applicant
612 Ainsley Bldg-.
Miami. Fla.
9 25 10 2-S-16
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenist) tUridHari
olicits your legal notjcM.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
ratee ...
Dial 373 46*5
lor m
*?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF 'H
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-1*440
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IBIS Kl'EL
Plaintiff,
ARNOLD J EPEE.
Defendant.
TO: ARNOLDJ EPEL
1259 North Flores
Eos Angeles. California '' 69
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are berebj r< -
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or other pleading To the Com-
plaint on the PUintlff's attorney
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida 33125. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the 2nd day of Novem-
ber. 1969 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 24th day of Sept.. 1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Cir. uit Court
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
U --9-16-23
l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3508
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| In RE: Estate i I
I HARRY SMITH
Deceam d
,. To All Creditors and All Person! Hav.
_ I '"I Claims or Demands Again.-l Bald
Estate:
You are hrr.by notified and re-
qutred to present any claims and de-
AhlcJl | ou may have against
the estate of HARRY SMITH de-
i aaaed iate of Dade County. Florida,
! to the County Judges of L>ade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
' provided in Section 733.it?. Florida
! Statute*, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
' Ida. within six calendar months from
| the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Mth
day "f September. A D 1970.
DAVID KENT
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of October. 1970.
CRISTOL ROSE & ALDRICH
by A. Jay Crlatol
Attorneys for Executor
21 N E First Avenue
Miami, Florida
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16527
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN E LAZAR.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ETTA M I-AZAR.
DefendanL
TO: ETTA M LAZAR
.117 S. Rexford Drive
Beverly HiUs. California 90212
Tou. ETTA M. LAZAR. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. ROSEN & RIVKIND. 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33139 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of October. 1970. If you fail
to do so. judgment by default will be
taker against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-ORIIUAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of September
A.D. l'O
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
P~f*ity Clerk
(Circuit Coui t Si al
ROSEN & RIVKIND
420 Lincoln Road
l Miami Reach Florida
Attorn.ya for Plaintiff 534-4757
: 18-25 I !-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ORC4JIT
IN ANO FOR DACE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 70-15533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARI/)TTE VOOEL
Plaintiff, i
v.-.
JOSEPH W PHILLIPS ari
DOROTHY A PHILLIPS! -
Wife; JOHN W VANDERGR.'FF
and SHIRLEY B VANDEP.GRIFF
his wife.
Defendant.
YOU. JOHN VAXDERGP.'KK SI(j
SHIRLEY B VANDERGRIFK. hia
wife, residence 102 Tenner------Avei,u'8
Charleston. West Virginia ,
JOSEPH W PH1IJJPS and DOR0.
THY A PHILLIPS, his wife, reslo.
decree with the clerk of the :,b. \
Ing Regiment. Ft evens. Matsacba.
setts, are required to file y .ur an^w.
er to the complaint for de 'laratoif
decree with the lek of the abas*
court and serve a copy thereof upo-.
HERMAN COHEN. ESo. ltlO-11
Congress Bldg., Miami. F',or 1.. r
before October 12. 1970. If you t
Answer a Default will i -mtred
against you
Dated September S. 197"
E B LEATREBMAN
Clerk of the Circuit C urt
By: C. P. COPELAND
5 11-19-2:
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To all TO whom THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS
Whereas. EDWARD C TIET1H,
Miami. Florida: ENID DAVIDSON
Miami. Florida: JOSEPH NESBITT.
Miami. Florida did on the Ind day June. A D. l'.''-7 cause t<- be it.
porated under the laws of the State
of Florida THE GOLD I- '1:UN
LOUyOE, INC. a corpora":"!:, with
its principal place of husine-- at North
Miami Beach. Dade County m ih
State of Florida, and irhereat such
corporation did on the l"'_ii day September. A.D 1970. cause to be
filed In the office of the D-rartment
of State of the State of Florida, tr,
documentary authority reo.uired un-
der Section 6"*.;7. Florida" Statute.,
showing the dissolution of -u<'h cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Se retary f
State does hereby certify : 'w- I re-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law .. ,
con.plied with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF i have hereunto > t
my hand and have il-
flxed the Ore,-' Seal cf
the State of Florida, at
"Tallahassee. I: I'.,; Ii I,
thi^ :he fift. Hi di :
.- :- mher. A
ToM ADAMS
Si i retary of Sta'.e
85 "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
Case No. 70-17502
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STELIA C MAGUDER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUDOLPH T MAGUDER.
Defendant.
TOU. RUDOLPH T. MAGUDER. 21
Gale Avenue, Meridan, Conne- uv
are required to serve a opy I your
Answer to the Complaint for Divorce
on DAVID M. OONSHAK. Attorney
for Plaintiff. 1497 N.W. 7th Street.
Miami. Florida. 3312." and file original
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of November. 1970 or a Default
will be entered against you.
DATED this 25th day of September.
1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Rv: C L ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
10 '2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ETHEL D ALTMAN
Deceased.
To .All Creditors and All p.
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may liave against
the estate of ETHEL D. ALTMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, ai d file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16 Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of July. A.D. 1976.
Harold H Altman
As Executor
First publication o! this notice on
the 2nd day of October, 1970.
LAURENCE J. ALTMAN
Attorney for Executor
7477 8.W. Btnd Street
Miami Florida 33143
_________________________10'.'-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIDAS MUFFLER SHOP at 2175
N.E 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Clicult Court of Dade
County. Florida.
KEVRIN. INC.
by: Harold Noordhoek. President
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attorney for Kevrin, Inc.
1629 duPont building
Miami, "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name ot
GARRETT AUTO PARTS at number
57S1 Commerce Lane, in the City ol
South Miami, Florida, intends to ree-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of September. 1970.
MA RUSE, INC.
EUGENE LEMUCH
Attorney for Applicant
2720 W. Flagler St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J UDICI AL Cl RCSJ IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-16273
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
CLARA CARTER.
Plaintiff.
EUGENE CARTER,
Defendant
TOU. EUGENE CARTER, are here-
by notified, that K Complaint for
Divorce ha. been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney. IRWIN" G riiptpTtF.
2s Wot Flagler Street, Miami, Flo-
rida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
9th day of October, 1970. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint for
Divorce.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in "THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORPERED at Miami.
Dade County. Florida, this Sth day
of September. 1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Cl"k
Circuit Court. Dade Cotmtv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Serl>
IRWIN O CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite S04. Rober's Building
2' w.st Flarler Street
Miami. Florida
P/11-1S-2" 10'2
NOTICE UNOSn r"ICTIT!OUS
NAVE LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the u: .:. tiring i
in business under the flctlt J* irr.e
of PETER SPORTWEAB
Miami Ave. Miami intend! lei
said i ame with thi Clerk of the < -
cull Couri ol Dadi Count; Florida.
PBDRi I E CABRERA
9 -' J-!---*!
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16350
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARI.IAN JEAN BEAUON.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HARIJ5Y SEAMON,
Defendant.
TO: HARLEY SEAMON
410 E Center St.
Ithaca. Michigan
Tou. HARLEY SEAMON. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plahi-
tlff" attorney, JACK U HERSKO-
WITZ, 420 Lincoln Road, Suite 6"3,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139 and file
the orielnal Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19lh dav of
October. 1970. If you fail to do' so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Bill of Comnlalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
r,n>'E AN5 ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Sept 9th 1970
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Courtv. Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/1J-25 IO/J-9
IN THE ClRCUfi COURT CFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'KC-UIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND TOR
DACE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 7C-16250
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANDRA MEARS,
Plaintiff,
WEBSTER J. MEARS, JR.
Defendant. 4
TO: Webster J Mears, Jr. *
6"il Qlenwood Avenue
Atlanta. t:,c
You. WEBSTER J. HEARS, JR.
are hereby notified that a Bill 'f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been Wed
against you, and you are r- luired 10
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaii". on the
Plaintiffs attorney. ROBERT P.
BURNS. ESQUIRE. 310 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida ai"i file the
orielnal Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
October, 1970. If you fall t do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED M:. mi.
Florida, this Mh day of September
A.D. 1970.
E B LEATHERMAN Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Counf Florida
By. I- SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court SeaD
ROBERT H. BURNS '
3i0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/11-18-25 1". 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring t enfaie
In husiness under the flctlt I US name
of KENMORE HOTEL at 1050 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Bea '- F'orlda
Intends to register said name with "*
Clerk of the Circuit Court I De*
County. Florida.
No ROB CORP
By: Norman Bchwarta. P> -sldent
ENGLANDER & BURNETT
Attorneys for Norob Corn.
No 1 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
> 1 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tM'
the undersigned desiring r'K*f!
in business under the fictlt.us najg
of THE RED HANGER of St'RFSIW
at 9519 Harding Avenue. Surtsl"
intends to register said nan:- with "
Clerk of the Circuit Court of P""
County. Florida. _
Ligast. Inc.. a Florida cor^ ration
By: Edward Malsel, President
FINE JACORSON A BLOCK
Attorneys for Ligast, Inc.
101 E Flagler St.
Miami. Florida ^^ l0/,.,


October 2. 1970
Jmisfi Mkrtdfton
Page 11-
IEGAI NOTICI
Lc CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LeSth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
" IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY, FLORIDA
.Case No. 70-16200
IrDER OF PUBLICATION
1 i \TTER "1-*:
|;,.,f,;AUYHICHAKn
fc's minor by Stepfather.
jt'sutbra,
jSrvey b. hodoks
01 sumniii Avenue
kinn City. New Jersey
r ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
| Petition has been filed against
Li you are required <" serve a
Answer or pleading to
Petition upon Pelltlimer's Attnr-
IjERRY a l!,'ltNS- Km,~ Sulte
Rtt National Hank Hullillnir. 25
Flagler Street, Miami. Florid*
in.l file it"- original Answer or
in. in the Office of the Clerk of
Circuit fowl In anil for Dade
|,v Florida on or before the 16th
TjOotober. 1970. If you fall to no
hduin-iii l'v default will l>e taken
(it you for 'I"' relief demanded
|v|B AND ORDERED at Miami.
|iia.' ih s,h day of September,
jr. n LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Cireull Court
LEGAL MOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Dade County, Florida
ty; i- P, fol'El.AND
B>
l-puty flerk
9/11-18-25 10/2
. 'HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2976
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
;!' El-late of
| |!BTIIi:i. WHITE
'-'"
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
tClalma or Deraanda Against Said
g'm hereby notified and re-
,1 | present any claim* ami il-
ls which miu may have against
tatf uf .I'M'. BETHEL WHITE
> ,.r [Hide County. Florida,
County Judge* of Dade
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
J "fttt. 70-16186- '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LUCKNBR MORBLU8,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ADA A.VDl.ZAR MoRELI'S.
Defendant.
TO: ADA ANDUZAR MORELU8
c/o l.eoner Leone
St. diaries Plai No. 17
Brooklyn, NY.
Vi ir ARE HEREBY notified that .-
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
againal you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or other pleading to the Com-
plaint rin the Plaintiff's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
MM N.W. i"th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida 33125, ami file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the i',th day of October,
1970 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED Ibis 1th nav of Sept., Id70.
K. li. LBATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
lly: MAROHBRJTE KENT
(Circuit Court Seal)
5/ii-is-;.-, in/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TWICE IS HEREBY OlVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnc fq engage
in l.usioW* \iniWr-i-httflriMi1,ns-'Miini..
of ARTHUR IV, SITRIN, I >. I > s. at
10589 Bird Road, .Miami. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.'
County, Florida.
ARTHUR IV. SITRIN, D.D.8., PA.
By: Arthur IV. Sunn. D.D.8
FROMBERO. FRo.MBKRO AS ROT II,
I'.A
M-102 Blscayne ituiidhiK.
Miami. Florida, JS130
Attorneys for Arthur W Sin-in.
D.D.S.. P.A.
!'/-'.-. 1" S-t-lf
41.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3130
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ROBERTA DEWEY.
i< n ROBERTA I. DEWET,
lie,-eased.
To aii Creditors and aii Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ROBERTA DEWEY,
a/k/a ROBERTA I.. DEWEY deceas-
ed late of New York County. New
York, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 734.16,
Coun- I Florida statutes, in their offices In the
' unty.
mil file the same In duplicate and County Courthouse in Dade County
TOvided In Section 7:t.'i.l, Florida Florida, within six calendar month
' from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
JOHN DEWET
As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.
First publication ,,f this 'nolle, en
the nth day of September, 1976.
Kommel, Rogers, Lober JbShenkman
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
CTA
42a Lincoln Itnart
Miami Beach, Florida
11-18-35 m 1
ntes, in their offices in the Coun-
laurthouse In Dade County. Flor-
rithin -is calendar months from
Jiime ni ih- first publication here*
|r the same will be barried,
'.,1 at .Miami, Florida, thin 20th
I August, A 1). 1976.
Fl: INK It CHANDON
\Y.\1 LAND H. TYRE
\ Executors
-t publication of this notice on
ih iiax of September, 1970.
Tth\ II /E.MEL
ney for Executors
Northeast ll'th Avenue
Fill Miami Beach, Florida.33162
9/18-35 10/2-9
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pTli'F. IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage
|li-ii .-- under the fictitious name
feOFKSSMlNAL PLASTICS MFC
-:::: 1 N E 1st Avc. Miami. Flor-
lntends to register said name with
erk of Hie circuit Court of Dade
lly, Florida
MARVTN M ADI.EIt
RNE I.i:\lLICH
piei for Professional Plastics
-v Flagler St.
,i. Florida
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN I H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16001
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
c.CMER81 NIK) PEREZ,
Plaintiff,
VK,
DORA A. FUENTE8 PEREZ,
I N i. ndnnt.
TO: DORA A. FUBNTES PEREZ
130 BSthl Street
Newark, New Jersey
You. DORA A. PUENTES PEREZ,
are hereby notified thai a Bill Of
Complaint for T>lvoive has been filed
against you, and you are required to
' serve a copy of your Answer or I'lend-
, inu tn the lllll of Complaint on tb"
Plaintiffs attorney, max A. GOLD-
i FARB, 114 Blscayne Building. Miami.
Florida and file the original Answei
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
j Of the Clreult Court o'n or before the
I 13th day of October, 1970. If you fail
! to do mi, judgment by default will tie
' taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the liill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED Hi Miami,
' Florida this 3rd day of s, ptember
A.D. 1970.
E. It LEATHERM.' N. Clerk.
Circuit Curt. Dade County. Fl
By: '' P. COPBLAND
I li nuty Clerk
(Cin-uit c.,,irt Real)
MAX A. COLDFARB
114 Blscayne Huilding
Miami, Florida
I Attorney for Plaintiff
P/11-18-2H 10'?
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY;
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3178
IDowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MARY isa mi th, a/k/a
ISA IVINOETT Ml "I'll.
I.......ased.
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims in- Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified snd re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have agahisi
the 'stale of MARY ISA MI'TH. also
known as ISA WINQETT MI'TII. de-
ceased late ,f Allegheny County. Penn-
sylvania to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In du-
plieat, iiml as provided in Section
783.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within six eal-
endar months from the tlm,- of the
first publication hereof, or th*- same
will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ISth
da) of September, A.D. 197".
BLIZAHKTII LAI.AS
Ah Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on the
35th day of Seotember. 1970.
HARRIS &- SlltKIN. P.A.
Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33131
:> :':, m S-9-16
urida
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUT
IN AND FOR DSADE COUNTY}
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. /0.B198 t
,,. JOHN R BLANTON ,(i '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In 111". BJstate ol
AN ML DERI '\S
I leeenseil
To All Creditors and All Persons li
niv. claims or Demands Agalnsl Sa 1
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re
quired to present amy claims and
mands which you may have ugaln*tl
th, estatv o! ANNIE DBROW rf
.eased late of li.nl. lounly, Florid.1.
to ih,* county Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and i-
I provided in Seition 733.16, Florida.
Statutes, in th, ir offices In the Cuun*
I ty Courthouse in Dude County, Bl< -
Ida, within six calendar months 6ri%ni
the tlm,- of th.- first publication he. -
of, or the sana ill i>< barred.
Dai,-.I .it Miami, Florida, ibis l:::h,
day of August, A.D. 1970,
JSRV \V KOOAN &
MIAMI REACH FIRST x\TL B/tNfi
As Kxeeutors
First publication of this notice it
tin- 11th day of September, 1970.
Caldln, Rothenberg, Kogau die /
Km nlduiu
by: Bev Koga n
Attorney for Miami Beh 1st Nail
Hank A: S5ev IV. Koganco-execute
180 Lln.oln ltd .Miami ll.-a.-h. Fl.i
'.i 11.18-35 :
MIAAM
MACM
, CoH JEfferson 1-7677
rvHiiRAL mourn
1333 DADE BOULEVARD
Edwora T. r4ewmn, P.O.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3076
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estateot
RiiSK STEIN
l NBceased.
To All Creditors and \!l Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may haw agalnsl
the estat" of ROSE STEIN deceased
late Of Daib- County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, iii their offices In the Count;
Courthouse In Dade county. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time ..I the first publication hereof,
or th" same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of August. A.D. 1970,
Cecele Greenfield Chatlln
As Executrix "f the estate of
Rose Stein, deci ased
First publication of this notice on
the 1 lib day of Sentembi r, 1*70,
RONALD I. DAVIS
Attorney for Estate of R< St< In,
deceased
417 Blscayne Buildingif xv. Flagler
Street, Miami, Honda :,?\W
: li-is-;:, in.-?
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of DRS. BADEIt TOIIIN. WAYNE
E. TOBIN, M.D., ami DANTEI. BA-
| DBR, M.D. ai HSfl N.W. 14th Street,
I Miami, Florida intends to register
! said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
DOCTORS BADER AND TOIIIN,
P A
By: \V A Y N k E TOBIN, M.D.
FROMBERQ, FROMBERO H ROTH
| V .\.
Attorneys for DOCTORS BADER &
TOIIIN, P.A.
______________fl :': 10/3-9-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
I the undersigi.ed, desiring to encage
lin business under tin- fictitious name
of SOl'THEAST I'l.oltlliA GEN-
ERAL AGENCY at 1699 Coral Way.
Miami, Florida S314S Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Cireull Court of Dude County. Florida.
EDWARD c. ROGERS, C.UU.
DAVID T. HERO. E8Q
Attorney for Applicant
801.80S Dade Federal Bldg.
.Miami. Florida, :-:i-:i
g iv.:", in _'.;i
I
euitt
iai Cni
lemonai ^tiapei
"JEWISH tUNtPAt DIRECTORS"
w
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATE
ARHANCtMENTS
891-6444
3385 W DIXIE HWV., N.M.
&ueral'M/>e
Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florldn Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
uiin SMIgS
666-2353
720 Stvtnl/ finl Slresl
MwCMIM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husmeas under the fictitious name
of THE FULTON STREET FISH
.MARKET at 11"' Perrlne Avenue, I'er-
liin- Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Dade County, Florida.
Owner
The Velvet llalloon Corp.
by: Richard Oerstein, President
SAMl'EI. STEEN
Attorney for applicant
I'O, llox Iflll, Coral Gables. Fla.
9 j:, Hi, 3-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of MR. THOMAS FASHIONS Bl 3340
N.W. Tth Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County.
Florida.
(i rwner)
Thomas Milan
N W. : 11 Street Apt. No. 7
.Miami. Honda
9/3B in '3-6-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16007
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEORGE HENRY UI'RTON,
Plaintiff,
MARIE BURTON,
11,-fendnnt.
I't': MARIE I'.IRTON
Residence 1 inknown
You, .MARIE BURTON, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed ngainsl you.
and you are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill
..r Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, I It. MAYERS, 122H So. Miami
Av.-nue, Miami, Florida 3313.......1
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court mi or before the 9th tla} of
October, 1970. If you fail to do an,
judgmi-nt by default will be taken
against ynu for the relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nn--o
, son week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this 3rd day of September
A.D. 1970.
E. IV LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
llenuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 K. MAYERS
I MO So .Miami Avenue
Miami. Fla. 33180
Telephone: 371-1833
Attorney for Plaintiff
__________:< ;\-x -.'-, 10/2
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-15983
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SARAH D. WINER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID L. WINER,
Defendant.
TO: DAVID L WINER
16 Pierce Road
Lynn, Massacnusette mf">2
You. DAVID 1. WINER, are hereby
notified that a [till of Complaint for
Divorce has been fll"d against you.
ami you an- required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill
of Complaint on th" Plaintiff's attor-
ney, LEON K.WI.AX, c/o Myers,
Kaplan, Porter, l,evlnson & RTenln,
1180 S.W, 1st Pir<"t. Miami, Florida
33130 snd file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office Of the Clerk
of tin- circuit Court on or before the
14th day of October, 1970. If you fail
to dn so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
maJided in th" Rill of Comolaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami.
Florida, this -mi day of September
A D. I I'T'.
i: B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C, I' COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cireull Coun Seal)
.Myers. Kaplan, Porter, Levlnson &
Ki-li in
i Lin s W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida 33130
j 11-18-23 10/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-16780
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IliiLWIi BIGAl'D,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
GISEI.E BIOAUD,
I iei, ml.mm.
TO: GISEI.E RIGAI'I)
.ot 'vpi ie,it Luissalnt
3rd -\\i mil Bolosse
No, ."7
Port Au Prince, Haiti
Viir ARE HEREBY notified n, i
Complaint for Divorce has been Hied
against you, slid you are hereby -
quired to serve a copy of your m .-
wer or other pleading to thi -
plalnl on ih.- Plaintiff's attorney LES-
TER ROGERS, whose address is HI
N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida
33185, and file the original with tlm
Clerk of the ubove styled Court, on or
before the 19th day of Oct., 1970 ot c
Default will he entered against \ u,
DATED this loth day of Sepl 1970.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk "f Circuit Court
(Cireull Coun Seal)
u iv.-j-, li, J.1
11 at
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to em
ni business under ih, fictitious names
of DAVID O. I.BHRMAN, M.D; JACK
MILLER, M D.i I.EHRMA.N AND
MILLER at 11174 Meridian Avenue.
Miami Reach, Fin. intends to register
said name with tin- Clerk of the Clr
.nit coun of Dade County, Florid
LBHRMAN AND MILLER, M.D.. P \.
By: David fl, l.ehrman. Preslden
FROMBERG. FROMBERO &
ROTH, P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite M-102 i:i>' tu Building
| Miami, Ha.
9/18-2, '' --9
IN THE COUNTY JU JOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3468
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RUTH B. LEWINSOHN
I leceused.
To All Creditors and All Persons li | -
nig Claims 'i Demands Against s I
Estate:
You art- hereby notified and r -
<|Ulrefl to present any claims and d -
mands which you may have agt
the estate ol ROTH B. LEWINSOHN
deceased late of Made County, Fkjrid.
to 111" COUItty .ludues of Dade Cou -
ty, ami file the same In duplicate 1
as provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Qoui -
tj Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months i-
tin- linn- of the first publication h.-i -
ni, or ih. same win be barred.
lied at Miami. Florida, this SSndJ
da) ofSeptember, A.D. 1970
HERBERT LEW INSOHN
As Executor
First publication of this notice n i
-j.tli tlay of Si pi. nilier. 1970,
iRONOVrrZ, SILVEJsTdBsfiPPTH
by: Sidney Aroiiovit:* .,, I .-I,,. I
Attorneys for Executor i -,
:> :-,& '
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open ivery Day CiOird" Sobfcoth
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i's Only Strictly Jew.ih
Monument Dealer
EMANUtU GORDON-1946
HARRY OORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
y^Jordon j~uneral 373-5533
owe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3159
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SOFIE THOHBJORNSEN, a/h/a
S' iFI.V THORBJI illNSEN
l iceeased,
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Against Said Estate:
You an- hereby notified and le-
I quired to present any claims and ili-
mands which you may have against i
I the estate of SOFIE THORH.loR.V-i
SEN. a k a. sol-'lA THOHBJORN-
SEN deceased late of Dade County.;
I Florida, to the County Judges of Dade I
1 County, and fil" the same i'n duplicate ;
' and as provided in Section 7SS.16,
Florida St.ltllteS. ill tllclr Office- III
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun- '
! ty. Florida. within six calendar :
months from the time of the first pub- |
! licatlon hereof, or the same will be
' bnrruit.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this lOth
day of September, A.D. 1!'7".
ALBERT BDLUND
\s Executor
First publication of this notice on
the ^.",th day of September, 1970.
CHARLOTTE J. BARKAN
Attorney for Executor
1111 Alnsk-y Building
9/23 10/2-9-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2576
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ANNE PERLICK
D..-.., ..I
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" pri sent any claims and de-
mands Which ,V"U may have ngainsl
the estate of ANNE PERLICK ilo-
I ceased late "f Dade County, Florida,
I to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
[and as provided in Section 733.10,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
I the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within KlBsnlandar months
I from the time of the first publics -
' lion hereof, or the some will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida. Ibis 82nd
; da) of Sept, mber, A.D: 199K
First publication of.tthis notice on
the U.-,ih day of Se.ptomber. 1970.
HOWARD R 1I1RSCH
As Administrator
HOWARD If. H1RSCH
Attorney for Administrator
slid Blscayne Blvd., Miami. Florida
33138
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UN0ER)BI*CTIT1QUS
NAME LiSAStn
NOTICE IS rlERMBBHOEVEN tint
the undersigned, d.-siiiisr xto enga-r
in business under th.n dkrnjiinus name
,,f STIDIO two ai TOT 3 .N.W. 7th
Street, Central ShoppiOBjiPIO'/.a, Mil ni .
Florida, 33120. Intt'nilH tellrsgslter suld
name with the >: m"*I Hbe Circuit
Courl of Dad,- Countyc KMMOii.
ISIlMlKo LBITMAX:
..;J1!-1S-1'." I" 2
NOTICE UNDER FiCTlTIOUS
NAME LAW
NuTICI'. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersig.....I. desiring to engage
in business under Uw
,.f sti'dio i......t iea
Norlbsid" Shopping (
Florida :!.:I17 intends I
name u Itn the Clerk of;'
Court of Dad.- County, Florl
ISIDORO I.EliH.ssr
name
Pit .
'Miatni.
at \
Circuit
I" 3
NOTICE UNDER FiCTlTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE Rl'SH at 7098 Bonltu Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida Intends to reg-
ister -aid name with-Ids' Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad, County, Florida.
RRAD-ISAN CORP.
8/ HARRY UlOMt!
Barry Henlg, Resident
BNOLANDER fc BlfRNBTT
Attorneys for Hrad-Hau Corp.
No. 1 Lincoln Road lllffjrr
Miami Reach, Florida
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' eleTOisli FloridJan
Miami, Florida Friday. October 2, 1970.
Section D
reetings From The Nation's Leaders
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
As Mayor of Miami Beach, it gives me
treat pleasure to extend warmest greetings
fn the advent of Rosh Hashanah.
At this joyous time, Jews everywhere are
Lited in a prayer for world peace and under-
standing, and an end to the turmoil and suf-
fering which plagues mankind.
The members of our City Council and
Lfficial family join me in wishing each of you
health, happiness and prosperity throughout
Ihe year 5731.
JAY DERMER, Mayor
City of Miami Beach
CITY OF MIAMI
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
May I extend, on behalf of my fellow
hiembers of the Miami City Commission, a
fcordial wish for a happy and prosperous New
tear to the publisher, editor, staff and readers
bf The Jewish Floridian and to the Jewish
tommunity of South Florida.
Greater Miami is very fortunate to be the
kiome of peoples of many faiths and it is to the
bredil of all that each enjoys the same free-
Horns and the same rights.
Let useach in our own way pray that
during the year 5731, the peoples of the world
'.ill move in harmony toward an end to op-
pression, toward a goal of peace and greater
understanding. And let us work together for
tat goal.
STEPHEN P. CLARK, Mayor
City of Miami
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, !>.< .
It is a privilege to extend warm greetings
lo my many South Florida friends of the
Jewish faith upon the sacred occasion of Rosh
Hashanah and to express the hope that each
vill enjoy good health, tranquility ami success
In full measure during this Holy Season and
{tnroughout the New Year.
And may the coming year witness encoui -
lilting signs of progress as these men and
[women of good will labor toward the common
goal of a peaceful world in which the "Love
JThy Neighbor As Thyself" concept becomes a
Ipattern of living for all people.
SFESSABO I.. HOLLAND
I nited States Senator
US HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
At a time when our world faces some par-
ticularly difficult times, my wishes to you at
this Holiday season carry a very special hope
that the New Year will bring peace to all
nations, so that we may move forward to-
gether in the pursuit of prosperity and the
[good life.
On a personal note, Jeanne-Marie joins me
in extending our warmest thoughts to our
many friends in the Jewish community for a
very happy and healthy New Year.
DANTE B. FASOELL
Member of Congress
US HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
I hope and pray on this Rosh Hashanah,
that peace will soon come to the Middle East,
and that hostile Arab nations will realize that
our nation pledges to stand by Israel and will
continue to the extent that the Arab nations
will recognize the sovereign existence of Is-
rael as a nation.
Israel is one of our nation's best friends
and a much-needed ally in the Middle East.
We must recognize that she is the bulwark of
strength for the United States in this area
and a deterrent to the further spread of
Communism in the Middle East and Africa.
.!. HERBERT BCRKE
Member of Congress
US HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Warmest wishes to the Jewish community
f South Florida on Rosh Hashanah from
their friend and public servant.
CLAUDE PEPPER
Member of Congress
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, D.C.
I wish to extend greetings of the Rosh
Hashanah season to my Jewish friends in
South Florida.
I have always admired the tradition and
warmth of the people who celebrate this holi-
day, and the spirit of community leadership
which they exemplify.
Rosh Hashanah is both u time for looking
back and a time for looking ahead. It is ..:
occasion for individuals to seek the inner
strength and guidance to achieve some meas-
ure of understanding of what has passed, and
to prepare for what is to come.
In this seme, I think the lint s from the
Psalms are appropriate:
"Pray for the peace of Jerusalem; may
they prosper that love thee.
"May peace be within thy ramparts and
properity within thy palaces."
EDWARD -I. GCRNEY
United States Senator
STATE OF FLORIDA
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Tallahassee, Florida
May I once again extend .sincere good
wishes for the New Year to the Jewish com-
munity through your excellent publication.
In these trying times we all need to be
reminded of brotherly love and compassion. In
the gnat history ot Judaism one can find
n a:r. I xaiQUipS "I .u.n..'..', I ffoi I Ul Beryjci to
mankind. We should take time out from our
busy lives to learn how to be mor effective
servants and share the common burdens of
our society. Let us strive through understand-
ing for a bitter world a world without hate.
withoul injustice, and without war.
My very best wishes to you and your
readers for the New Year.
CLAUDE K. K1KK. .IK., Governor
State of Florida
jr resident s essaae
w
IH I. WHITE IIOI Si;
WASHINGTON. D.C.
It is often thought and expressed that we in the mod-
ern world '-mow all the problems faced by mankind but
have just to find the solutions. And in looking for ways lo
ease man's struggles, we are more likely to suggest what
others might or should do.
Jewish tradition teaches that the power to do good or
evil is in our own hands, and the season of the Jewish High
Holy Days holds a meaningful lesson for men of all faiths.
At this time we are urged to look inward, to examine our
own lives and to consider what each of us can do for the
betterment of mankind.
These days of atonement prod us to an awareness of
man's own worth and dignity, and of the divine and human
potentialities within each of us. They are days of great
hope, for the driving force cf man's freedom is in his ability
to lock inward appraise his limitations, and seek means to
wider, his horizon*.
My thoughts are with you as you begin these days of
worship and I send my warmest wishes to all Americans
cf the '-? :s:: :~i:h for a Mew Year of peace and happ;ness.
Shanah Tovah!
RICHARD M. NIXON
The Rabbinical Association
Message For Rosh Hashanah
By RABBI SOL LANDAU
President
With a heavy heart, in a tense and violent
world, it is my privilege to greet the Jewish
community on the eve of 5731. On behalf of
my colleagues of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, I pray God. the Creator, who
charged us with the sacred hook Torah, will
hear our pleas and grant us peace.
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
constitutes the authoritative and representa-
tive spiritual leadership of the sixth largest
Jewish community in the United States. It is
therefore understandable that especially at th's
time of our religious year, members of this
community would look to us for guidance ami
direction.
Much of the work carried out by the As-
sociation does not receive not does it require
constant public exposure. However its position
on major issues is made in a forceful manner
and with maximum publicity.
Each week the rabbinate is heard through
the work of its TV-radio commission on three
television stations and participates in an in-
ter-faith program over a fourth. During the
coming year th" occasional radio broadcasts
witl be augmented by more regular ones.
A great deal of our work is handled by
committees. These include: Jewish Education.
Youth, Israel, Public School Relations, County
Youth Advisory Board, Hillel Foundation and
Federation. The Interfaith Agency for Social
Action includes rabbis as a third of its mem-
bership and the CRB has one representative
The work of the Association further covers
Religious Standards, Milah and a Community
Forum. Also included is the most Important
Community Relations Committee of Federa-
tion.
The Community Chaplaincy Program was
initiated jointly by the Federation and the
Association and fulfills a vital need for thou-
sands of Jewish patients. During the post
year a special phase of collaboration was be-
gun *'ith he J.F.S. A permanent joint commit-
tee meets to discuss marriage and parent-child
relations.
Our organization demonstrates that regard-
less of our philosophical differences, we, rabbis.
are united in speaking and serving Klalb Yis-
rael. the totality of the Jewish people and the
Jewish community. The rabbis must exhibit,
lemand, and provide active spiritual leadership.
The vision, the courage, the patience, and th?
skill necessary are here.
Our people have a right to expect leader-
ship from their spiritual leaders, and we exer-
?ise it even further than in the past. Judaism
has a message which should be transmitted
through its spiritual leadership whether it re-
lates to education, to inter-group relations, to
politics, to family life or to philanthropy.
It is my privilege as the President of ttv
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and on
behalf of my colleagues to greet you on this
historic crossroad of the years with the
prayer for God's fullest blessing. May 5731
help usher in a real era of peace for Israel an 1
mankind.


.-age 2-D
+Jet%if FkriJi&r
Friday. Octooer 2.
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Abel
and Family
d i a ^ ; f ends
\ Hi.-- .. i : P Mperass Mcm Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Abel
t d en I .'-lead
r-'aor;. and P tpCTOtU Net Tear
Ane. end rnrs. Lee Aereerson
and children Benjie. Deena,
and Sandy
k\ their rei I ;' !f-.J<
^ H*,-- i \>u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
end sons Marshall and Harris
rich tftstir -t'-u: ct and j-.ends
A Hspf and Prosperous \"e* 1 ejt
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and daughters, Rendi and Wendy
h their re -;: tt and friend*
A Happy and Prperots J^ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
'-. :.: releases! and rid*
A Hsrr IP \a Tear
Mrs. Florence Alberts end Faaaily
u-.. frit -is
\ Her: \V.. Teat
'Ar. ad Mrs. Jose Alemen and fomily
Ss
- Happ) and P- rpe >,V. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin
and family
wish their fr.e-.J;
A Harp-. Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckermen,
Sheldon and David
ui'A their re^arr. e = and friends
A Happy and Pieeparestl \eu- Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Z. Beiser
and Family
M .. id friend*
A Happy (i ; Pr iperoui New Tee*
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Altman
and Family
a -
\ Happy and Pr .", -.. Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler
and hamily
of 2120 SW 19th Terrace
w.sh tne.r re.-tr.es -hj friends
\ Happy a-.a P \;_ Tea*
MR. SOCOMON ANrSfELD
u-.ihes -.: teUtiX :< a:i frit
;. Hapr- ami P \-u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bellack
and children Danny and Sandy
of 1055 N.C. 171st Terrace
;.' -e.au: ( an! r-.t-.dt
A Hap IP .\;:. Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. David Bendell
ad Family
I het ':;' fr:enjs jij re'.atwes
A Happy and Prosper mi \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
u;.h their rtUMSoa' anj friends
A ifj. .--. and P~i re otu .\?:i Tear
Historic Experience
In Jewry's
Major
Liberation
Aspiration
By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
(Editor ami PttbtJaher of Th^ JewWi N*e*r)
For the iZKe of historical accuracy. .
experience must be applied to the cum
in life.
A new movement on the Americnn 3
scerx-the American Zi<.ni could be iimored or too-easily waved away hni
it not been for the lessons of the past and ;:ie
malevolence of the present.
Since the emergence of Israel as the reborn
Jewish State, there has been an ore^.izeri
campaign of extreme vHeneta seekins to de.
nitrate the Zionist idea and to label it vie
M in aggressive force. History will deal pr o-
erly wit* tUa attempt to introduco hatiwrj
where there should be appreciation of and ad-
miration for one of the greatest Ubcrts iai
Ideas of our time.
Equally pawling :it tim<* la the attltod>
of Jew* who may tr mlelrnt by Ike batred
of antaxo"it- to Jewry and to Israel unl
who fail to rei-ognirr the validit> ol a gn al
lile into which there continue to in rgr
world Jewry's major fOICSB.
a < igntfi: ml hist m ic i i
ns revival for a reeogn -..<
of the magnitude of the obligations ti.at . upon all Jewsat much t .'; -
ceded Israel's rebirth.
Turning beck the pages of time to /
of 1929. we are reintroduced to otv of the
great figures of our time who. having been
the leader of ranks th.it were known both
-B-
-B-
-C-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaum
and Family
I : : nd friend
\ Her- ;JP \V. Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Jeseah Berger
ond family of the Imperial House
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
h ineir teUtiiei and fnerub ui,: .:.eir rl^..,Ct .r, t,.t>.is
A Happy end Pro,Per^s \eu- Tr.r A _. flnd p ^ rM
Mr. and Mrs. Leon April
uiih H-.e-.T relatii'C -'
*. Happ- a 11 Pi .- \ 1 rat
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apt*,
Marvin, Joyce, Stuart and
Bernice and grandsons,
Bobby and Stevie
-t'~i:.: r< ond Jr:; .
A Happy and P- Sera \>v Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berger Mr |rvi Bi||
and son, Scott and family
^>h the. reladt-ai ^^r^ds wiA .-..iir T:. is
A Happy and Proiperoui Hew Tear A Hu._, .: p. (pmm Vi y_jr
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Brenner
daughter Michelle, sons Jeffrey
ond Gregory
their reioiuei and frtei i<
A H-r~: and P \Vu- 1 e.-r
Mr. and Mrs. r+crry Carman
and Family
r ie:' relatipei j

A H-~:- and Piwapaxmi N'-.
Mrs. K. W. Apta
; and |
A Harp: \'eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin
and children Michael and Susan
w.ih the.r rdj:;:cs aid fiends
A Happ: and Prosperous Xcir tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
wish their relatives flnd f*:fnd\
A H-pp: and Protperous \'eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz,
Elaine, Tod and Karen
u:'h t/ie-.r relatival a:d friend;
A H~pp\ and Prosperous \ev fear
Mr. and Mrs. leeis Auerkoch
uiih the.r relfltu e.' and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aveden,
Arnold, Janie, Debbie
Wendy, Kim and Gregg
wish the.r reidJirei and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear .
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Bergman
and Family
watt their rc'.a:::e- _--.J .'-.enjj
A Happy and Prosperous \tu Tear
Mr. Harry Bergman
and Family of
16900 NX 4th Ave
North Miami leach
icis>i their relatives a>ii friend*
A Happy an.'. Prosperous \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and family
u:>:: their rela::; <. and friends
A Happy j:-..i Protperoui \>x Tear
Mr. and Mrs. James Breslow
and family
vfifi their retotieej and fri;-.'..
^ H~-p-. and Pi -\;u' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
and Family
Irish their relativei end friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bretan,
Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles
Irish thr.r relatives and fr.e.:.:'.
A Harps and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bergman
and Family
wish their reiativer and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ber ke,
and family
ttHah rheir relatives anj friends
A Har-r; and Prmptrous \;w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
wish their relames and friends
A Happ-. and Prosperous Xew "Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman
and Family
wish :!.c-.r relativei anj friends
^ Nappy and Prospt Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Cermel
ond children linda,
Mr. anJ Mrs. Allan CcrmH. cni
Michelle PcT-g
Mr. and Mrs. Rkbard Krokov* ond
David Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Carmel
relai
A Happ) and Prosper
Mr. and Mrs. .-*r -.-avail
and family
irish t'leir relatival and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous \i -: feel I
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate
and Family
ICtfh tfieir relarites and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Avins
and Family
Irish their relatives anJ friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu' Tear
Dr.. and Mrs. Marten M. Akier
and Family
tctsh'their lelames and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Berlin
and Family
u-th the:' -?'.s:::cs and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barman
u-'h their relatives and fritnds
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
wish their rU::i es anj friends
A Happy and Prosperous \"ex Tear
Mrs. Florence Bernstein
and family
irfehcs her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosherotts Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein
and Family
IPtsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
u:,'-. the:r relative. a.:d friendl
A Hdpp) and Prosperous .\eu Tear
Or. and Mrs. Henry Blum and Family
u-ish their fnend* -
A Happy trM Prosperous \'-:.- Tear
Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein
and Family
Irish their relari: es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Judge and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant
and children Cynthia and Joni
with their relativei and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. Samuel Broder
and son Lawrence E. Brader
Irish their relames anj friends
A Happy and Pru Mr. ond Mrs. Harold J. reeks
and daughters Meliade Anne,
Cynthia Sue ond Meridith !vy
- irirh -jhei' rel-:::e* a-ij fnen.U
^ Happj anJ Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks~~
Irish their fne-..U
A Harr-- and Prosperous Xew Tear :
Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing,
and family
Irish their relatives a:.', frienil
A Happy and Prc"S,">eri-.i Xeu tea'
Mr. ond Mrs. Herbert Chernsr
and Family
Wish their relatives a-.', frtenoi
A Happ;: and PttUptlOUS He I **
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
wish thefi friends
A Happy and Prospering Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bernstein
and family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Ted Bedin
and Family
i/i-h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear;
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Mrs. Myrea Baraks
oad Fomily
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
. Dr. and Mrs. William K. Barns
and children Phyllis, Andrew,
Bruce ond Lynn
fish their relames and friends
A Happy and Prosperous X*w Teat
Mrs. Lihran Brotman
and family
Stsh t.'ieir relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burstein
and Family
Rah their relames and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'en> Tear j
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment
of 800 West Ave., Miami Beeeh
wish their retell see j-:.I frtes "
A Happy and Prosper,.;.- NJesi I*"
Councilman and Mrs.
Norman Ciment
and family
Irish their relatives an.'. ''
A Happy anJ IVtapeToiu New Teal
Hoiman end Faith C loin
and daughter Doro I
Irish their relat.ves and fritadl
A Happy and Prosperous Nt* JjJJ
Urir, jMaw vMrs. fP#cwoii v#**^*
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew ft"
Mr. and Mrs. Morris BtenenfeM
and daughter Harriet and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld,
Heword, teeere aad Rabin
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy anJ Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Botnkk
wish their friends
A Happ: Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camner
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
Pish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and rVosperrms Jv>y Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family of
14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
" :- their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperovs Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cehen
ami children Pamela, Jeffrey
and AnnShiro
iri.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'u' I"'
Mr. aad Mrs. Harry I. Cehea
aad children ef l
M NX 154th Terrace
Irish their relatives and /r;ends
A Hapfi> and Prosperous \ei> Tc.it
Mr. and Mrs! Isidore I. Cohen
and family
Irish their relatives and f-ie"-':
A Happy and Prosperoui Net* TW


friday.
October 2, 1970
Jewisfi Hcridiain
Page 3-D
nnli- and non-Zionists, began to enunciate his
faith in the movement for Jewish national re-
birth. Louto Marshall was a giant of Amcri-
can Jewry! He was the president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and a guiding light in
the ranks of American Jewry's greatest phl-
lanthropic effort -the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee. He had been con-
ed an opponent of the political Zionist
-,!,,., for Jewish national redemption. But in
of 1929, at a dinner in his honor at the
Brooklyn Jewish Center, given by the United
dine Appeal, he showed his true form. A
I,.u- steeped in love for the past and its as-
pirations and the hope for redemption in OUT
own time, he told the vast gathering: -The
failure of Palestine will be a lasting disgrace
upon our people."
Be meant the. Palestine* of his day which
baeMM the Israel of our day. Wlutt he de-
rlared In that brief statement was predicted
upon this declaration:
"I am a non-Zionist, but have always had
,, low for the Holy Land. I have always felt
attracted by the land from which came the
Bible, ami where our phophets lived, where
were made the greatest contributions of the
civilization of the world.
For a lone: time I looked upon the ZionUt
ideal as a dream. Some ideas connected with
the Zionist movement I could not accept. One
|| |ng every Jew owes, however, is a sense of
and obligation to help build Palestine
for those Jews who wish to live there, to
of ;t a center, the home of our culture,
and a place of refuge for our brothers and
sisters living in lands ot oppression and per-
secution."
A very few years after he had uttered these
words and expressed the sentiment in the (aaj
quoted sentence, the reality of inhuman treat-
ment of Jews became all-too-apparent to the
entire world, and Zionism became the great
motivating force for Jewish redemption. One
wonders whether Louis Marshall would have
become a Zionist and a Shekel-payer. But at
that time he, like most Jews, expressed doubt
about the realization of the Zionist dream. He
said in a speech made in Brooklyn in 1929:
"Zionists are not asked to abate their
principles. Von or I will never live to see the
lews a majority in Palestine, hut we can live
to see the day when there will be a body of
Jews we can bo proud of, who know how to
cultivate their land and establish their iudns-
trli-s. Let the workl know that Zionists and
non-Zionists are united in the only thing
worth While. Trust In God."
This was part of an announcement of '.he
formation of the Jewish Agency for Palestine
by Louis Marshall and Dr. Chaim Webanann
in Zurich, Switzerland, in August of that year
1929>. Mr. Marshall died in Zurich during
those proceedings.
History finds reality in the utterances of
Louis Marshall in the year the Jewish Agency
was founded. What Louis Marshall said then
. ides a guiding principle for all Jews who
Continued On rase n-i)
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Mr. ond Mrs. lewis F. Cohen
and daughter Dianne
irbh their relatives and friends
A Hurr>' and Prosperous Mew Tear
lewis and Ann Cohen of
1190 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach
Irish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Family
mnli their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond
and daughter, Lisa Karen
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear j A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Enerfcld
and Family
wish their relatives and /Wends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hanpv anil Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
of 801 88th St., Miami Beach
Irish their friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Cohen
and Family
i es and fi
Happy and Piosperous Xi'ie Year
Mr. and Mr:. Yictor Conn
and family
ids
Prospei Mew 1 eat
Mr. and Mrs. William Dickson
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \V:< Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P \ u Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Epter
and children Wendy and Richard
Wish their relatives ar.d friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and ,'."i s. Barry Covin
.' friends
I I Hew Y '
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle
i ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
end son Edward
th< .r relatii es and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Corson
and family
h thi
A Happy and I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow
and Family
Jeffrey and Risa
v.-'-
A ll.i.rs and P i nits \ 1 '
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
wish their relatives and i< nds
A Happy and Prosperous NJeu "1 til
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
wish ilieir relativts and friends
A Happy and Prosperous .\cic Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Essen
wish their relatives and friend*
A I i i j us Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Evelev

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Mrs. Joseph Duntov
wishes i;c
A Happy and I' Teas
talari nans row*
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Feldman
and family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman
and Lenny and Mitchell
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchfman
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fuchs
and children, Robin, Douglas
and Paul David
wish tlieir relatives and fricni's
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman
and children, Barry, Sheli, Lesli
and Seth
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Yes
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Jack and Helen Filosof
and Family
wish their relatives anil friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
ii ish their retain es and (fiends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Richard Fink
atives and I tie n I s
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
wish their relatives and friends
A H.:pp\ ami Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and children Alan, Geri Beth
and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Yea
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut
and family
!(:.!> the
A Ha rrous M'"' Year
Marshall and Ewe Fisher
and daughter Jill
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher
of 5225 Collins Avenue
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
wish their relatives and friends
A happ IP spc rous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
! I their Tl
\ i Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale
and Michael
v ill their relative* ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yet
Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galitz
and Family
Wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Galkin
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea
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Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea-
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
wish thi i and friends
A Hi sM Tea
Mrs. Roce Garth


Mrs. Bertha Davidson
and family
r relatii es a id fri
id P .. M I '"
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Dr. Celia P. Davis
I er H latives and friends
I Pros| Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Deckelman
and family
h thrir relatii es and friends
''< 'ippyand Pro .perous Hew Tear
JUDGE and MRS. SiDiY EFRONSON
and their children Beth lorcn
and Leon David
ii h tl ''
A H ippy and Prospi
Mr. Louis De Coveny
--wishes nil of nil friends
A 1\appy aiid >V(is-perous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Egoii
and Family
Irish their relatives and /:::.!
A Happy and Prospei Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel "tdick
and rurally
wish their i
A Ha| i M "1 ear
Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and family
wish theii relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanelli
and family
: es and friends
A Ii. Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
ici Ii tl
A II. I i v 1 ear
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fein
and Family
and friends
\- W 1 Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
u h their r, la fuel and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Mew Year
Mrs. Mayer (Mike) Forer
and children H?nry, /.' nna Lea,
Joseph, De'jjio, Jack, Michael,
and Anna Louise
J ids
A I' Mew "1 ear
N
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
wish their relatives and frie
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Herb and Dorothy Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt.
U ish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Morris Freeman
and Family
wish th. ids
i i
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gcartner
and Family

Ali.
Mr. and Mrs. Loo Gelvan
vish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosp is \ew Tear
I
Mr. and Mrs. Al Gerstein
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
.\ Ha and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler
a: d Family
Irish I friends
AH He w Ti
Mr and Mrs. Ben Delnick
and Family
wi.j their relatives and friends
A Happy arid' Prosperous H'w Year
Mr. and Mr. Bernard Demsky"
nd family
''>h tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear,
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond
and Sons
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. leo Eisenstein
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xui Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ellis
ant! Family
wish their jelatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
The Immers, Worman Foye,
Margaret and Steven
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mrs. Bessie Feldan,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children, Paul, Howcrd and Dodi
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goodman
and sons Herbert Michael and
Adam Joseph
wish then relatives ami friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. G. Feldenkreis
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
di their r. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fried
and Family
res' and |
| ,- i and P
Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Fried
and Family
;i their relatives ami fr*n
A Hafrv and Prosperous Mew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gowitz
and San
A '' I I \
Mis. Bessie Gibber
and family
v..: and frit nds
AH \' "
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friedman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
wish their relatii es and friends
A Hapfsy and Prosperous H'w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
wish their relatii rs i id friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous T^ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Feldman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Zelick Gimelstein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Girson
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear


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+Jci Fridcy, October 2, lgH
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Continues To Thrive
Mr. and Mis. Abraham J. Gittelson
end children, Ora. Mosl-e and Reva
Dr and Mn. Paul Glassman
and Family

Harriet^n4*Ur* Green
and children Bunr.y and Dennis
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Israel's Shipping Industry
Mr*. Barbara Greenbe-9
and family
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Giasto-.
ead Berbers, and
Mr. ead Mr*. Robert Bomtch
Mr. and Mr* J-.le* G\'.cki't\n
end Fa -
Mr*. $. Harey Gr-
ead Fcmily

Mr. ar.d Mr*. E'eeier L. Gree^s-em
anc ^i-nily
Mr. .rvd Mr*. H*l H. GIM
eed daMrea, Urn. Uri or.d Stuart
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Mr. *nd Mr*. Simon Gold
anr' -a.cS'er Melissa
Mr. and Mr*. Ja-e< 0;;:
and '1-
Mr. and Mr*. Hc-verc C -- rS
Mr. and Mr*. Furton Goldberg
and Fanv'y

Mr*. Fannie Gildberg
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Le.il Gil e'er.'* off
and daugti'ers Rachel Jo
and Cindy Lou
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin = Gvbcrman
an;' davahtef z "-acy
and Wi-ndy
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ond Fen-,;!/

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Mr. Jocob Goldfors
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Mr. and M-s. Otte Haen^el
and family
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
AH. Nu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L E. Goldman
and famllv
A Happy ar.d 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Goldman
and Family
ui'h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospe-cu- >,'eu Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Hehn
and Family

Dr. and Mr*. Milton S. Goldman
and daughter* Rose and Lynn
Uriah their reiatiies and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \fU' Tear
Mrs. Shirley Goldmon
v-i'hes her relatuei and friends
A Happy and Pii-sperous \ew TearJ
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gomper*
and children Sheila, Billy, Henry
and grandson* Jeffrey Scott
and Darren David
of the Bricked Town House
Utah their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey HMIet
i,.- -.
i id I Year
Mr. and Mr*. Henl Haiperin
and family
'- '-- .. '<
A Happy and P Nit Tea*
~ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
wish the:* relatives an: friends
A Harp- end !' \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris
and Family
wish their rf latr. es and 'riendj
A Happy ar.d Prosperous \ew tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Sylvon Holtimon
and Fomily
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A Happ 8iu F *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. rioliy
and Family
: f*icnds
AH. Tee*
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum
A H '':' Yeir
u:>h their
:-.:
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht
and children, Isabelle, Neal,
David and Barbara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous -\ Mr. and Mr*. A. He.fan
and children Brry and Steven
v:sh their relatives anc f-iends
A Happy and Proipe-oa-. Titu Tear
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The Mistes
Lillian and Either Goodman
of 1548 Morton Tower*
wish their relative an! friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Samuel 1. Herschfeld
u ish their es an 1 -.!'.ds
A i loppy ar.' 1 re'ou i \eu; Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Israelow
U'uh their relacivej and 'nen'i*
A Hcpp-. and Prosperous Sew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodstein
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 7\ew Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Hersh
and Family
i/i.h their relatives and friends
A Happy an i Ptofperotu \ew 1 car
Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Family
u-sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous ?\ew Tear
Mrs. Herman Gordon
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
tvish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous "Meiv fear
Mr. and Mrs. Aaren Hershboin
ui'h their relatives and friends
A Hip*: and Prosperous \'eic Tear
Cantor and Mr*. Seymour Hinke*
and children, David, Elliott,
Roberta, Jaimee, ond Beatrice
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson
and children,
Mr. ond Mrs. Alan Jacobson, daughter
Keri Leigh and Mr. Ronald Jacobson
u'ish their relatives and frien i
A Hjppv and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goudiss
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Tslew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Graham
aad seas Michael, Lee and Jen
uiiih trtefr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N"*" Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirscb
ond Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \zw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hirtch
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous >^eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
and sons Allan and Mark
urish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Netv Tear
Mrs. Betty Jafnel
and Family
u:.h their relatives and friends
A /.'-pr> and Prosperous .\eu> T*ar
Mr. and Mr*. Alex Jaret
and children Donald and Ellen
U'ish their reiatites and friends
A Happy and Prosperous J^ew Year
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Jurkowiti
and children, Marcy and Warren
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous }{ew Year
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Mr. end Mrs Sortnon Holland
and -mily
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kalsr
and son Bruce
A He \ Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin,
Vaxins and Stanley

-. H NIei Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kane
and family
un>-. :.-. rrlatroei t-.:, lends
AH:: Pi Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan
and son, Marshall
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AH:~- and P i perotu Xeu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Hopen
their r-..-
A Hapr- and P ." \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
Mitchell, Francine and Rona'd
u s\: :he:r relative! en I | -nd<
A H-..T-. and ProspeTom \eu' Tear
Dr. ond Mr*. Michael Horwiti
and Family
Mi. and Mrs. Monroe Kaplan
it relatives and friends
A Happy ind Prosperous \eu' Tear
Dr. and Mr*. Hyman Katz
and Family
-. :-.c:r relatnes and ''-.ends
A Hapr\ -nd Prosperous \'eu Tear
A Hipp: '". \'^. Y?-*
Mr*. Maurice Hyman
wishes he' friends
A Hzrp: and Health-. \ei< Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Eli Katun
i their relatives and friends
A Hjpr> and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mr*. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
hi
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kitt
and Family
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A J;' \
Dr. and Mrs. Me'vin Kiein
and Family

A H.."-. and Proajjirroii N TmJ
Mr. and Morris Kogan
and Stephen J
ict'sh :he;r rehttavei and .:
A Happy and Prosperous \ u ':
Mr. and Mr*. Jerry L. Kopelman
and family
unh their relatives and
A Happy and Prospers. \ list
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf
and Family
u-ish their elative$ and |
A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Ttirl
Mr. and Mr*. George Katzman,
Richard and Susan
U'ish their relatnes and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \;w Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat
and children of
800 West Ave., Miami Beach
u'ish their relatives and |
A Happy and Prosperous \w "l!~\
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman
and family
u*ish their relatives and friends
A Hipp\ and Prosperous \eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eic Year
Mr. and Mr*. Saul Krongold
and Family
u-ish their relatives j--. :.
A Happy ar.d Prosperous \ W ~l'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuppersmith
and family
icish their relatives anJ
A Hjppv and Prosperous X ',
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and children Ca*o!e, Marc,
Barry and ?.ichard
ui>h their relatives and friends
A Huppy and Prosperous ?v[eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Tear
MRS. MOLUFrSSUfT~
and Family
wish their I datives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neui Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball
uish thrir relatives
A Happy and Prosperous .\eu> Tear
Mr. Gus Kurland
wishes j!! of his frit
A Happy and Prosper,-..:
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurland*
and Family
With their jr.-
A Happy and Prosperous \'f:i' to* I
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
and Family
wish their relatives and *'
A Happy and Prosperous Keit Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
and family
wish their relatives and frifltol
A Happy and Prosperous \Vu'T'1
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Sal and Morlene Kalchman
and children, Chucky, Leslie and
Shelly and Mrs. Esther Kalchman
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Cantor and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
and Family
uish their irlatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamperl
and daughters, Deborah and R<*
wish their relatives and fn<5
A Happy and Prwperc^usJN^J^,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Langbel
aad seas Den and M*
wish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous X<^J^


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BOO deadweight ton bulk carriers
Etended to earn dollars on in-
ternational trade routes. T!ie
Company is also building super-
tanker* L.isht tons each to transport
Crude oil to Israel and on Inter-
Ltional routes. There were 13
(tinkers ojierating under the ls-
, ,,.| Hag at the end of 1969 and
Jconskterably more are owned
Lholly or partially by Israeli in-
fterests but operated for various
|J.easons under other flags.
On a tonnage per capita bails,
[srael probably has the world's
-1 merchant fleet. It has
Ken -hipping companies operat-
ing n f"vei Jthoueh only three of them aiv
L: ;. These are the Zim Linos.
Lith 70 ships of 1.1 million ton*
finder the Israel fla^ and several
E i/.'i more forei-*n-fla<* vessels
L |on Ship-; Kl Yam. Ltd.. which owns
bbout 35 percent of Israel's ton-
page, mainly bulk carriers and
tankers; and Maritime Fruit
.Carriers, Ltd., which owns eight
(vessels and is entrafM nrinciyl-
By iii the transport of fresh fruits,
vegetables and other perishables.
The Zim Lines marked its 25th
bunded three years before stite-
< kadrut and the Israel Maritime
League, primarily as an immi-
granr^Yn-rtksr.' The lurik^of l"U
stock has now been acquired by
the government.
The company underwent a
change of management and y
drastic re-organization three
years ago after operating at 2
heavy loss. It has showed a mod-
est profit since then. Early till.:
anniversary last June. It was
year the bulk of the govern-
ment's shares were transferred
to the Israel Corporation, an in-
vestment company established by
a group of international Jewish
businessmen and financiers as an
outcome of the 1968 Jerusalem
Economic Conference called by
the late Premier Levi Eshkol.
Recently Zim got a new man-
aging director in the person c;r
Col. Moshe Kashti. formerly ill-
rector general of the Defer,-
Ministry, who is overseeing ihi
firm's expansion plans.
Careo Ships Ei Yam. founded
in 1953. is c'osely associated
with the Isrjael Discount Bank
and is a purely private enter-
prise. It is what was once known
in shipping circles as a '"tramp-
ing" operation. It does not it-
erate over fixed routes but roikU
its ships all over the world on
long term charters. Maritime
Fruit Carriers, another strictly
private enterprise, specializes in
"last refrigeratoi"ships, most or
them built recently in Norway,
Like EI Yam, it is engaged main-
ly in international trade and
most of its ships rarely visit Is-
raeli ports. Israel's other ship-
ping companies are of little eco-
nomic consequence. The fleets of
four of them are operated i>y
Zim Lines under general agency
agreements.
Israel ships -now only freight-
ers and tankers -come and go in
the iiorls of the world, largely
unnoticed in the welter of Other
shipping. It was not always so.
Israel-flag passenger liners, own-
ed by Zim Lines, once partici-
pated in the prestigious North
Atlantic trade and carried thou-
sands of Americans and other.;
on gala cruises to the West In-
dies and Mediterranean. The
tumultuous maiden voyage re-
ceptions accorded each new Is-
raeli liner in New York and other
ports are now nostalgic memor-
ies, not likely to be repeated.
Israel's passenger liner opera-
tions turned out to be one of
the few major failures that can
be recorded against that coun-
try in the business sphere It i;
attributable in Dart to the one-
Continued On Paje 10-D
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Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
Amy and Jeffrey
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Htw "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader
and family
uii :; their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and children Howard and Debbie '
wish their relative? and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'ew Tear
| Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
null rlieir relative! and friends
Happy and Prosperous "Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
ivish their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous "New "Year
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
Irishes her friends
H.ippv and Prosperous Hew Tear
|Mr. ard Mrs. Herbert S. LelchuV
land children Richard and Judith
their 1 eta tves and friends
and Prosperous 'Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lvy
with everybody
A Hafr\- and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mr. Hymon Licbman
and Family
With their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous 'Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lieberman
and daughter, Shira, and son, Joel
Wish their relative- am! friends
A Happ\ aid Prosperous Hew Teat
Mrs. Joseph Manischewitx
wishes all her friends
A Hippy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hafr> and Prnvrtri.u% Hew Year
Mr. Sidney Margulies
tushes his relatives and fnends
A Hjrri and Prosper -us Hew Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Hurpv and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
Wish their relatives and friends
A H.'' "' and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
i (heir relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
i,- rh thi and friends
A Hcyr I
Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Lirgaton
wish t'.i. res and fn
Mrs. Max Meisel
lewis, Tobi, Steven
Rachel Ann, Beth Paula and Bill
u-isii t/ieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mermel
and Family
mves and /
AH \- -"
r. and Mrs. Adolph Lepzelter
and Family
'. their relatives and friends
H.ippy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Leslie,
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and Family
"i-h their relatives and friends
|A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin
and Family
U'ish their friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family
wish all their fnends
[A Hippy and prosper()us }^ew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lee M. Levin
and Family, Jane, Debbie,
Adrienne and Albert
wish their relatives and friends
[A^Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin
and son Harvey
"''i their relatives and friends
[AJ^PPv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Leviton
and Family
IA u''1 th'" "'Olives >"<* friends
I A H"PPy and Prosperous -Jfetv Year
Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson
and Family
. :,i<
AH. I rrous Hew 1 for
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton,
and Family
U'ish iheir relatives an.! friends
A If. P I | erous Xru Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer
and Family
. :.'
A ll.ir. .. d Prosperous .V".
Mr. and Mrs. Scl Meyerson
and daughters Linda and Wendy
u ivh their relatives ani
A ilarrs ami Prosperous Nei Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry, Robert
and Michael
U'ish their relatives anil friends
A Happv am! Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waghelstein,
son Stephen, daughters
Shelley and Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa and son Sam HI,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby,
daughters Cynthia and Jodi
unsfc their re lame: aiul fritndl
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mickenberg
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and children Michael, Ronald,
Sheila, Gary, Cathy and Mercy
wish their retain es and Jriends
A Harpy and Prosperous Hew ~1 Ml
Mrs. Mary Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaston
unsh their friends
A Harpv and Piosperous }\(eu> Yeer
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Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 :ir
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
uvsh their relatives and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maer
and Family
wish theit relatives and friend'
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
and Randy
wish their reUfues ojj.1 friends
A Happy and P*e*per*u- H*w Year
Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. Mirow
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A H*pp\ and Prosperous Hew Year
vaxan ?
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
and sons Cary and Mark
U'ish the:' relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Moss and Hugh
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Cecil Myers
and daughter Hortense
wi ;'i their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of
14950 N.E. 6th Place, North Miami
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. end Mrs. Julius Nodborne
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
and son Arthur
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al Nemets
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Rose Newman
of 4747 Collins Avenue
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
p-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr and Mrs. Henry Paul
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
and family
U'ish their relatives and frisnds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearl
and children Michael, Marc,
Celia, Samuel and Maxj
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
and Family
of Triton Towers
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy a--.d Prosperous Hew Year
Or. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ and Prosperous Mew Tear
-o-
- ind Mrs. Fred Ober
and family
; and friends
P his \'eie Teat
M- srd Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
t i the friends
A Happ i and I Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Laon Ornstein
and family
th ::: e> and friends
A F.ap-. and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mishcon
and family
Wish their relatives and fn'ei
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ostrowsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Padnick
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy j-ij piusperous Nru> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
and family
-elatues and friends
A Happy a->i Prosperous Hew Year
BernJe and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. A. Pepper
wishes his friends and relatives
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pepper
and Family (
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plaks
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Suzanne H. i>apkin
and Children Mark, Robin
and Sharon
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
1
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel
and family
wish their relatives and f'icnds
A H.ippy and P ,\. w Year
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ciu Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
ano family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Piosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Radur.s
and chMcrn
U'ish their relatives one! friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Eva Recce and
Muriel Naurison
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children Michele,
Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
Mr. and Mrs. Saul J. Morgan
and family
wish their relatives a-.j^cajfci^^LJW-ht^irv^alvve|^ldjnend
A Hurpv and Pro.oerou.-Tlft YeeeJ A Happy and Pmptrsms Hew T
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
ear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reminick
and Family
uisji their re^tux^andfr^n^i^^^
A Happy 4nd Prosper**. New Tear


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Friday. October 2, \yt\
varan rum mm?
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The Outlook In Argentina
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Restler
and Daughter
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Mr. ond Mrs. Bruce Richman
ond Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
nd Family
Mrs. Abrohom tevinsky
and family
ti
A. Hj \ 11
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rubel
and family
" j : : Prosper .V -, Tear
Mr. Abe Rubin
and family
Tear
At en7~Mrs. WMlJam Roberts
and daj^hfer, Dianne
\ H \' Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Jerry Robinson
and Cathi
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Mr. and Mrs. Dovid Roe
and Family
.. rt
Mrs. Max Rubin
and family Ross, Chuck, louren
and grtindaughter Michele
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry RoHeld
and Family


IP \"-i Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
end J
A H-- \ Tee*
Mr. Irving Saal
11
A H_; Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Safra and
children Mark, Jan and Steve
: :;::
A Happy and P iperout \*e-,. Teat
By ASHEB MIBAHA\
nid-1960 and through 1970, ,v.
tins ims of opposing, da jero i-
ns. Son* :' the following Items c
.faded "now it can be to!
O:: May 29. 19P9. th
juerrill t in Cordoba. The M
ter of Intel
. of trust in the
-.. Investors si irtc :
- Ing dollars I the 1
of more than MOO milliona cor
amount : L American stai
0 devaluation. A month
I core
.'.- S Of til
s yel nkn
T
- .. S rial! we re cl
try took
dovi r.
s for dail A I
1 the m in in the stre i
Th specta >f political rh.--v._-- were dim. as
: In a more or less total." -me.
Fancy theories of corporativist stre
'part -. rdsm" or "<
munitarism" were being launched like tri I
ons fi-om th- Ii r M nistry and .
ted within the Province of Buenos Aires for-
getting that a majority of Argent ini
dence little teste for fa=c: yond certain limits. The blank check .;. .,
1966 to General Juan Carlos On.;
rapidly losing ind was recali- : .-.
These remarks seem, i- firsi sight
much to do with the situation of th
ish com mn ty. but they define a clim
course tiie Jews do not live in a ti.
feel them in tin
as C.trzen., in addition t^ s;,eci::.
On another level, what principal:;,
th--- attention of this observer is the cr-
los of moral st indards in many .T n
nancial institutions. A dozen or Jev
rative banks had to c
- '
on the rt of their officers and m

_, leaving 1 ( i
;-.-.- ent
line financial crisis has v '.
over and above the
- :.. Th I tl -
the Jewish fund- and leaves the sen tol S) l
-... / ngly insurmountable pi -
live hanks wen
p.,-i to Jewish schools an i
,tors to th funds. The series oi
deflagratii in chain reaction is causing -
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rohm
i
He* Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Albert Rosa
ond Fomily
'. -.;,
-- P per \'e:r Tea-
Mr. ond Mrs. Isaeere Rosa
and Family
P Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
and children JoAnn, Eddie
and Sheldon
Wish :': reiat I ids
A Harp: and P .\eu- Tea*
Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and family
u-.-h their relatives and friend.
A Happy and Prosper**. .\.n Teat
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Mr. and Mrs, Marton C. Sehiff
and family
Irish their relatives a-:.!
A Happy .: P \ u Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen
nd children Michael and Larry
i .h tht I friend
\ei Tear
Mrs. Harriet Salle
ond Family
u ish their relatit t* and ft
A Happ and P peroui Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Schiff
and children Judi and James
trish th..- relatives and friends
A Happy and P \.:i Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Family
. ." ,--. Hen Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Robert Rosen
a.' 7711 Milter Drive, Miami
I fl ~.Jt
A ii- H
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Salmon
and family
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear I
i
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
nd Family
- and friends ,
A f-j.-r.- -..: P -\f'. Tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Schlinsky
of Temple Adath Yeshurun
Irish their /r i
A Happy jia PVosperow N'ri- Tew
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoemann
and family
with the-.' relatives jnJ fri-id?
A Happy -'-.-I Protperotii \'e'.: Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidle
and family
lh all their /riends
A Harr-. nn,! Piatperotu Mew Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman
u *.-h their reiiit:ie.. and fnends
A Happy J'-.J Prosperoiu \r-. Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
and Family
Irish their teUtivet and friend*
A Happy :. P tieu teat
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
Irish their r.!_.:.. u'-.J friends
A Happ.. jnJ Psvipttoxia J\cw "teat
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
and sons David and Ira
and daughter Gail
their relatii frfendi
A Happ\ t P b\' Ten
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver
Wish trieir 'eiutit ; --:..>
A Happ) and Prosperoiu X' leaf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
Adam and Howard
\ -- : _-. I frit : :
' v." -,; ; \'-i Teat
Mrs. Tina Rosenberg
- ri.endt
/ I -:' perotu Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Sanders
and Stave
ttiih their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperoui \eu- Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
nd family
Irish their relari.es and frieidt
A Happy and Prosperoiu Netr Tear
Sol, Sylvia and Andy Sandier and
Rkhord and Cathy Mason
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth Irish their relaf.tes and friend
and children Hal and Cheri A Happ) aid Prosperoiu \eir Tea'
\f.r Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
nd children, Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
Mr. and Mrs. Charl.s Rosengarten ** **.*** u -*"
and family -ri" "id rroeperotu \ew tear
relat.t es and friends SSj., mJ Mrs. *.. Sewrostskv
/ and P perotu \-n Tear anc| family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hapr-v and Prosperous >>Jeu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoffman
and family
Irish their relatives -'-..! friends
A Hip-, a -. J P .\eie Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Aba Schonfald
and Family
lh O.eir relorives and friend*
A Happ) a-id Prosperoiu \ew "Year
Mr. and Mrs, Sam Schoychid
and family
IPtsh their -.'.s::: es ar.d frie<:J.-
A Ha,-,-; a-..i P Xr>. Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Schwartz
and Family
wish their -e"a:-.: es and friend*
A Happ) and Piosperoui \-:c Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family of
5010 S.W. 91st Avenue
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ;. and Prosper,.u> \ew Tear .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Seitlin
nd children Rebecca, Lorry and
Stephaaie
us': ;!:eir relatives and friends
A Hi.-?; and Prosperous ,\e:r Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Ted Silver
and San |
- relatives and
A Hs-r-. a:.i Prosperoui \.-u' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Silverman
and children Jill and Jonathan
Wish their Telatues an.i fn
A Hopf ..- Prospi :- \ T4f
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silverstein
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous \e:i> Yesi
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
andFaaOiy
with the rlarivei and A H.-..-r-. .. -- :.. \r:c Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler
and Family
with their relatives and friendi
A Happ;. anJ Prosperoiu Hew Year
Or. and Mrs. Lewis Schwartiman
nd Barnett David
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Serbin
and Family
Irish their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Teaf
---------------------------------------------------------
Mr. and Mrs. David Serns
and family
I- >h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperoiu Hew Year
Cantor and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
-. ar.J friend'
A l'-rr;. and Proaperam* Hew Year
With their -.-elafiie.s
jr-.er.ds
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenstrauch
and Children, Samuel, Jeffrey
and Judy
t tsh thtr relatnes and friends
A Happy and J' ipeti tu Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schaohter
and Family
u ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Xeir Tear
A Happy and Prosperoiu \u- Tear
Mrs. Helen Rosanthal,
Alan and Joyce
f:-ii their teiativ.es and friends
A Happy and Pn/sperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rant
and Family
trull their relatives and friends
Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
Irishes a-!
A Happy and Prosperous Hetv Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman
uish their re!at:;es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Segal
and children Natalie, Janet
and Alan
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Segal
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shalom
ui>h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Shantzis
end Fomily
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Shantzis
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv an.i Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous N.ew Tear'
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Segal
and family
With their relatives and friend'
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Shapiro
and children, Daniel, Jonathan
and Adam
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Simon
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ. a.i.i Prosperous Hew Yet'
Mr. J. D. Simon
wishes his friends and rela:.'.->
A Happy and Prosperous N';ii' Tear
^~^^
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friendi
A H^ppy and Prosperous Neio Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Milton Sirkin
and Family
uish their relutu es and friend*
A Happ) and Prosperous \'eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sklaroff
and daughters
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous HM> "lei'
Mr. and Mrs, Murray Skup
and sons David and Mark
wish their relatives and Jnends
A Happy and Prosperous \';u Year
en and Mimi Smith
and Family
wish their relatives end friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'W Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Sckechttr
wish their relatives and friends
A -Happy and Prosperous Hew Ye* A Happy and Pri^perow New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schero
and children Larry, Lori and Mark and Family
Wiayl their relatives and friends with their relatives and friends
A ftdppy end P.osperous Njetr Tear I A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Yea' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegel
and Family
of 2825 N E. 201st Terrace,
Bldg M-113, North Miami Beach
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous HW Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Siegel
Irish their relatives and fnends
A Happ;. and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Segal
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous )sjeu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saiden
h their relatives and friends
A Happ. and Prosperous \eic Year
Judge and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder
and Family of North Miami Beach
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and rVosperesu N'" Tea.*
Mrs. Paul Sobel
and Family
u ish their telatives end friends
A Happ) and Prosperous \eir Teas"
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
nd children, Charles and Debi
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \.:i 1 e*r


Lay. October 2, 1970
* Jen 1st fkrirficbfi
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ul..,.n in the leadewhjpof the central Jewish
urbanizations. Bui Ht much can he done, due
tolack of effective power to enforce correc-
..,^-jrieiw. The Buenos Aires kehfflh publish! v
,,vcry now and then a list of the members
n 0ff n.s roll "for ethical reasons.- There
looms .1 widespread atmosphere of distrust,
Mocking any constructive outlook. The Ron-
.',.,1 press has dealt in detail with some of the
',',-,. resounding affaire and it must be ac-
h-owlcdged. that though the gun has been
toaded the subject lends itself marvelously
I an anii-Jewish campaignfor some
, ious reason the trigger haa not yet been
rulled.
In this not very heartening review we
dwell rather sketchily on the usual par-
s of anti-Semitic excesses, which stay-
r less within the "normal" pattern.
htening of the Arab League's Incil i-
p jgn could be noted at the end ol
., an anti-Zionist "lecture" tour of
m ambassador, opportunely pared by
filiala ol DAIA, the central reprc
. Jewish body in Argentina.
l November the Patrlach "l Antlochia,
. V, Hakim, \isited Buenos Aires agi-
v msly against Israel, "in the last 25
h, said, "I Buffered in my own flesh
diddle East drama, protagonized by the
.. martyred by the Zionists. Today the
places are banned to Christians and
Muslims Everything began with the crca-
i!, State of Israel." Be was energetical-
ly refuted by the Israeli Embassy, which stress-
ed that during the 20 yean he lived In
Israel, Archbishop Hakim had spoken differ-
ently-: *
It is worthwhile mentioning, by the way,
that alter a recent bombing attack against
the Jewish community center in La Plata, a
delegation of the DMA called on the Sub-
secretary of the Interior Ministry, who ex-
pressed the usual regrets of the Ongania gov-
ernment. He added, however, that, since the
|K)lice had its hands full with other mattei S,
the Jewish leaders would do l>est in taking
the defense of their institutions in their own
hands.
On the national level, the recent forced
change ol the government, now composed of
a rathci ample coalition of Ministers with
marked liberal records under the overall
guidance and control of members of the arm-
ed forces who hold key positions, augurs bet-
ter for democracy than the outspoken rightist
Cabinet ol General Ongania. The tragic kid-
naping and murder of the former President
General Aramburu has triggered a strong
repressive action against extremis! activities,
both Left and Right. It should be hoped, there-
fore that the danger of anti-Jewish excesses
will diminish,
II the Jewish community will be able to
excise from its midst the rotten branches,
given Hi" better atmosphere breathed now in
Argentina, a somewhat more optimistic out-
look can be offered for the coming year.
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Mr. and Nirs. Julius Sptctor
and Family
:. ..li their relatives and friends
| ind Prosperous N'w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka
and Family
. and frienas
: Prosperous New Tear
Mr. niid Mrs. David Stahl
and Family
tives ami friends
;< aus New Tear
-s-
-r-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 <
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman
wish thel >d friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Net" Tear
____________________________________
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers
and children Vickie and Leslie
wish rlie-. r relatires and frienas
A II.. and P i \ ''' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trim
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A ll.ippy and Prosperous New Tern
Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
of the Palmer House
wishes lier friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
Wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
Ufish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Wool;
and Family
wish their rclaliues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 e<
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Te<
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wynn
and Family
wish [heir relatives and frienas
A Happy and P>osperous N*u> Yexr
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yacker
and Family
n ish (heir relatives and frienas
A Happy and Pro pei "- Hew T
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Marc, Barrett and Cindy
wish their relatives ami frienas
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "tear
Y-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ.i and Prosperous Hew "tear
Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
and daughter Romelle
wis i their relatives and friends
A H, opy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yaffe
and family
wish thi ids
A Happy and 1 r< erous Neu 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaffe
Wish their relatives and friends
| A Happy and Prosperous Neu T- r
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
Win their relatives and friends
A H .ppv and Prosperous Hew "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Trop
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happj and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell
Mark, Cheryl ond Harold
wish liieir relatives and friends
A ilappy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. .ind Mrs. Jack Stein
and family
. ,.ii,l friends
i New Yew
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures
and famiiy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
-u-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
': Happy ind P osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein
and Family
W f. Happy and Prosperous Neie Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
and daughters Bryna,
Anne and Marcia
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ end Prospi Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ungar
and family
wish their iclatives and friends
A Happy uiiii Prosperous New Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
and Family
liieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. Manuel Sussmann
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg
and family
'i their relatives ami friends
py ami Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinfink
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy anj Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Leo L. Steinman
and Family
.; I mi < ,\! friends
A Hippy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swerdlin
and family
Wish dieir relatives and friends
---------------I A Happ\ ami Prosperous Hew fear
Lona and Nat Urovsky
and family
Wish their relatires and friends
A llafpv aid Prosperous Hew Teai
Mr. and Mr*. Sydney L. Weintraub
ana Mrs. Isidor Cohen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy am! Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Weisblatt
and family
u-i.di their relatives and friends
A Ihppv and IVo.p. ous Hew Yen-
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yef ner
and children Alan Jay
and Judith Marcia
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu
-z-
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
wish their n lath es and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
li the nds
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Fomily
ends and relai
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Wcxler
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy ond Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
and sons
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happ\- and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
wish their relatives and
A Happy and P
Mr. Nathaniel Zalka and Family
Wl ill
A /1
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner
u th their 'i'.
A Happ and P \ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Morton 3. Zcme1
Joseph Saul, Pamela Tova
and Fred David
u ih their reuitn i i and
A Happy and P s-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbcrr
and Family
wish liieir relatii c and
A Happy and Pi ispei Hew 11
Florence and Sandy Swerdlin
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Vorat
and son Andy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ventura
wish their relatives and frienas
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-T-
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Viener
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilpon
and children
Michael, Steven, Bruce and Allen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Ptosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Winick
and Family
Wish their relatives anil friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and P, isperoui New
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
and children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
wish tlieir relatives ami friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
Wish t'.eir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and family
"'"'' (heir relatives and friends
A Happy and Pntpiltm Hew Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and
children, Ellen and Leslie
" is/l tlieir relatives and friends
A^ Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
nd Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
~Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Taran
and family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin
and Family
With the.! relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous H>u Tear
~ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tendler
ant: romiiy
With their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Jose Lis Vltkinas
100 Lincoln Road
Irishes his friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and children, bharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A ll.ippy and Prosperous Hew Year '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
unsli tJiei; relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven,
Howard and Kenneth
wish theii relatives and friends
A Ilappy and Prosperous Hew Tear

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Sara and Philip Straus
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


Mrs. Abraham Topol
Wishes her relitfves and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurlg
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year \
,
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller,
Roberta and Hal
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. nd Mrs. Piiilip Warshaw
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
.i
Mrs. Max Wolfman,
Ernest, Lilli and Children
Claire, Max one! Neil, Stanley and
Marilyn, David and Nancy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Zuckerman
and family
wish their ftU ids an I rel itl es
A Happy and P \ I *
Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Zuckerman
and sons
wish their n Iota es and frien i
A Happy and Prosperous
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rozencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
Members
1242 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach

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Friday, October 2, J
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THE RELIGIOUS
By DR. EMU FACKENHEIM
(Profeasor of Philosophy. Unienity of Toronto)
-. fr'.m "Th* yu.--' fM Pl <'< Kusur. :
Jewirh Theoloey, ( I I Wrtrlbotefl
by JTa sitl fr'.m ih.- publisher,
The modem Jew is an enigma to himself.
When he reflects on his existenc" *s a lew,
he cannot but be filled with wonder. Other
individuals and peoples may wonder now
they have come to *je what they are: ttv
Jew must wonder whs- he should exist ^t ail.
For if there are laws of historical change, the
Jew should, according to these laws, have
disappeared lon^ -njo. Was there even an-
other people which continued to exist, under
like circumstance-, through the centuries?
The answer is that there was not. Other peo-
ple require the bond of a comiron land, or a
common language, or a common culture in
order to continue in existence. The Jew. for
hn? centUTtea, has had none of these. Con-
sequently. ?lf-appointed experts in the law;
of historical change have been ever quick to
predict his impending disappearance. But thu-
far at lea^t these prophecies have always been
confounded. The Jew still exists- a source tsf
wonder both to others and himself.
How is one to account for the continued
existence of the Tew? Certainly not in terms
of persecution or discrimination. It is true
that such forms of hostility may unite rhe'.r
victims, creating in them a group will to sur-
vive. They may ciing defiantly to the very
trait which singles them out for penalty. But
they may also do the very opposite, thit u,
try :o get rid >: the fatal trait. In the case or
the Jew. unlike that of the Negro, this is n ."
impossible. Furthermore, persecution, while
frequent, has by rv> mean- been constant ir
Jewish history. There ivera long periods in
which the Jew was Invited to pan
the life that surrounded him; andU
showed any lack of eagerr.es to ^
invitation. The conclusion, then, is da
impossible to account for Jewish .*!
such negative terms as persecute |,
crimination. '
Nor do we fare much better j
positive terms as "love of tradition" ,J
alty feelings to the group."' To he a]
dition had a strong hold on the W'esti
until the beginning of the nineteenth!
.nd on his East European brother
beginning of the twentieth. But this
was. for the most part, not static, fa
inert: it was fluid. Also, it was fn
exposed to the threat of disintegration!
did not disintegrate; rather, it preserJ
self. Why should Jewish tradition havj
served itself rather than disintegrati
ask this question is to ask the quest!
Jewish survival all over again. In shortl
if tradition" does not explain Jewah
val; it is an aspect of the very thing ^ 1
tion. -
Precisely Olf MIM i* true of loyslpl
tngs to the group. No doubt mica i
are, in Nome periods of history, a
farm tor cohesion and survival. Buti
i-.iae Of the Jw the question Is M
should have been such feeling's at alii
people which had, for long renturla]
ther shared a common land, nor a i
language, nor a common external
In the case of Jewish survival, then, '
I feeling" or "group loyalty" are not i
nations, but again part of the vetj tola]
bf explained.
But perhaps collective feelings canes*
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Y OF SURVIVAL
Lve independently of the experiences which
[,,,)] them? Perhaps there are entities such
, racial will" which are passed on through
1 blood? Wc need not waste our time on
[h fictions. For they extot only in the minds
,hc demagogues end charlatans of our
jitury.
becomes abundantly clear, then, that to
ount lor Jewish survival is possible only
\terms of the Jewish faith. All the other
piwscd causes of Jewish survival, such as
Edition or feelings of group loyalty, can
Lnselves be explained only in terms of tha
[wish faith. It is because of the Jewish faith
at the Jew still existsas wc have said, a
of wonder both to others and himself.
This fact places the Jew of our time in a
iique position. Like everyone else in the
krld of today, he is prey to religious doubt,
fee everyone else, he is unsure whether, and
to what extent he can accept the faith
fiich was handed down ..to him. But unlikj
jDryone else, he must admit that it is bo-
ot that faith that he exists at all.
In current usage, the term "faith" all too
ten signifies a mere milk-and-water assent
abstract "tenets" and principals" which
e, as a rule, nice, innocuous, and uneontro-
fial. This is not the klr.d of faith which can
move mountains, or which coul.l !* respon-
sible for .Jewish survival. The term faith,"
when applied to the Jewish past, signifies
total commitment. And the commitment was
either to an all-consuming experience in the
present, or else to memories of such exper.-
ences which had taken place in the past.
Whatever one may think of tho Bib'ical
account of Jewish origins -whether one takes
it to be literally true or merely mythological
- two facts are Ix-yond doubt: first, even if
the Biblical account is merely mythological,
there is an element in it which is true; sec-
ond, countless generations of Jews accepted
it as true. The first fact concerns the faith
of the Biblical, the second that of the post-
Biblical Jew. The first fact serves to explain
how the Jewish people was born; the second.
Why it survived. The Jew of today must con-
template both these facts; if not in order to
learn What, as a Jew, he ought to be. at
least in order to understand what, as a Jew,
he is.
The Jew nt today ts a iwui f today; he l>
confronted with the rrUirtous qu<-*tion of
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2445 N.W. 76th Street Phone 691-2535
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1646* N.E. 16th Ave., North Miami Beach945-2054
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heroic jalibreak from the Acre
centra! prison in 194".
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Cution chamber, now a small
museum, recording the name*
of those resist-r.-- fight ri
were hanged. The huge struc-
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Hamrnam b nlled with Oriental
objects from Acre's past, mediev-
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menu and tableaux showing the
village life and aoetumes :' the
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further evidence that this
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13830 N.W. 19rh Avenue, Opa Locka M1-1272
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Specialists in "PRIVATE LABEL" Power Lawn Mowers
7545 N.W. 26th Avenue 691-3615
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Specializing In Residential, Commercial & Industrial Tile
16840 S.W. 96th Court 238-8571
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DISTRIBUTOR FOR LAURA LEE CANDIES
Makers of famous French recipe candies for ouer 50 years
3670 N.W. 79th St. 696-9693 ________
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All Types of Residential and Industrial Roofs
247 N.W. 57?h Street 751-7972
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1214 N.E. 163rd St. 947-006
Narth Miami Beach
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Industrial-Residential & Commercial Alterations & Aditions
3111 N.W. 166th Street 621-2468
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6-62: N.W 37th Avenue
P-o-e 691-1070
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70O4 S.W. 45 St. 666-9811
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the men were smug, but
[tiey're milkin' fine" There
>ns before Marshall was
[ glass if wine and asked to make a
f .t ..,,. | if I do," he said, and the
Cn who before very long was to gain a
lirld reputation as an orator, and a great
(wyer, rose.
'Ijulir* aiul u-'iitlemen, I wish you henlth.
upphi.-ss and >"' wisdom as your years
advance, bearing in mind that outward ap-
pearance may be deceiving. Von took me for
.1 hooh because ol my clothes: for the same
reasons I took you to be ladies and gentle-
men. We wen- both mistaken," he said.
The shock that came to the gathering of
lawyers can be imagined. But it was not as
great as when they suddenly faced the man
who was to beat them at their legal game
in the courtroom the next morning.
CONSULATE GENERAL of ISRAEL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
On the ew o>f the New Year, the civilize!
orld has witnessed a horrible wave of cruil
Indiscriminate brutality and violence aimed at
Innocent children, students, women, and cit1-
feens of different nations, executed by Arab
terrorist grouix-, who hijacked and destroyed
planes of various nations and kidnapped their
I era. Aral) terror has shown there is nc
eographical. racial or national boundary t->
h.itrrd; their practice is based on the assump-
tion that the means justify the endin the
llkldli East and in the world as a whole.
Darkness ill >ver the world and especi illy
In tli. Middle East should be fought by in-
creasing the light. The efforts of the Jewish
State to counteract evil by increased creativity
and positive achievements call for solidarity
and identification, not only of world Jewry and
Jewish individuals, but of all freedom-loving
people who have respect for their fellow man,
for the ideals of the Bible which were com-
manded to us by Almighty God: to love peace,
justice and freedom.
This is the message which should be brought
out and wholeheartedly practiced through the
New Year.
Mosiii; <;ii.bo.\
Consul General
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CY MINTZ
8415 Coral Way
Ph. 661-4495
5560 N.W. 27th Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RAINBOW PAINTING CONTRACTOR
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
10899 S.W. 69th Drive 274-0028
Best wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
LEIVA PAINTING INC.
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
990 S.W. 69th Avenue 661-2593
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ROBERT'S ROOFING COMPANY
All Types of Residential, Industrial & Commercial Roofs
2101 N.W. 23rd Ct. -635-6806
Best wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
NU-WAY LAND CLEARING COMPANY
Complete Building Demolition & Land Clearing
3550 N.W. 32nd Street 633-3272
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Caribbean Shoe Corp.
255 S.W. 8th Street
Ph. 377-2754
Best wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ANVIL METALS, INC.
840 West 20th St., Hialeah TU 7-5525
LEO BECK
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
J & F WRECKING & BUILDING SUPPLIES
Complete Building Demolition & Land Clearing Service
7135 N. Miami Avenue 758-4311
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Julie Nadler Sam Goldberg
Beach Hardware and Paint Co.. Inc.
Electrical Appliances -:- Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 1-9059
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
FLAIR MATTRESS & FURNITURE CO.
3705 N.W. 50th STREET, Miami, Fla.
MR. AND MRS. Al GERSTEIN
NE 4-2585
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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Specializing In Residential Painting & Roof Coating
20410 S.W. 115th Road 238-5997
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
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muty Salon
1688 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 443-5788
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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DRUG STORE
1217 So. Dixie Hiqhwoy
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cJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, October 2, 1970.
Section E
JERUSALEM THE CITY OF DAVID
Joseph Weiss
The Year 5730 In Retrospect
By GEOFFREY WIOOBEE
Any survey of events in the Diaspora must
immeriately reveal the depth of the intercon-
nection with Israel. There is scarcely a major
event in the Jewish world which has no Israel
angle, and even anti-Semitism today is large-
ly cloaked under the guise of anti-Zionism or
anti-Israelism.
Any reading of Jewish papers. In any part
of the world reveals apart from an interest
in local affairsa pro-occupation with Israel.
The weekly London "Jewish Chronicle," for
example, has devoted almost every main story
on its first pags over the past year to Israel
and Middle East developments; the two or
three exceptions related to Soviet Jewry-
The Israel dimension has been prominent in
considerations of the Jewish youth revolt
(where anti-Israel manifestations have often
caused more widespread concern than signs
of Jewish indifference'. Various terrorists act*
in countries of Europe and the Americas have
also brought the Middle East struggle to the
doorsteps of the Diaspora. The depth of feeling
may not be as intense as in June 1967, and
Israel has to contend with the tarnishing of
her general image, but there remains a con-
tinuing concern for her future, while the facts
of Israel life are reflected in a myraid phe-
nomena of Jewish life.
THE UNITED STATES
Two evvnts which led to action among
U.S. Jewry during the past year were the
Pompidou visit and the Rogers plan. The anti-
Pompidou demonstrations were not organized
by any official Jewish body but they so an-
gered the French president that he cancelled
his scheduled meeting with Jewish leaders
and that did offend American Jewry.
The announcement ot Secretary of Stat.-
Rogers' Middle East plan caused concern
among American Jews who feared that the
Administration might be back-tracking on its
support of Israel. This brought it to vigorous
protests and representations, and the concern
in this direction remains.
WHO IS A JEW?
Another Israel event which caused exten-
sive ripples was the renewed "Who is a Jew?"
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Friday, October 2, ]$J
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
to a! our
'
Relatives and Friends
and to
all the Forband Members
FROM
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAK
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
NEW YEARS GREETING
To the members of the Lebediker Branch and
the National Executive Board, and to all Sisters
and Brothers who are an integral part of us,
we send our traditional greetings on the
ocassion of the New Year 5731. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
the Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throughout the world and for
the perpetuation of ISRAEL.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN. President
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Vice President
LEON RETTIG, NmmM Secretory
JACOB FRAYDMAN, HANNA YESNEK, Ret. Sec*.
LEON ORNSTEIN, Treosorer
LEON APRIL, Hospitaler
ABE RAPPAPORT, SYLVIA GOTTLIEB
LESTER BiGELMAN, Chairmen 0J.A.
FANNIE SHNEER, Bond Chairmen
SAM TETENBAUM, Membership Chairman
CHILDREN'S ASTHMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL AT DENVER
Extends Wishes for a Happy. Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to AH .
BREATH OF LIFE CHAPTER
FORT LAUDERDAIE CHAPTER
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER LORBER CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
NORTH DADE CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
SOOTH FLORIDA COUNCIL Of PRESIDENTS
GIFT OF LIFE CHAPTER
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERT
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE NiW YEAR
To the Officers, Directors and Star! oi the
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION ami the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION;
To the Rabbis and Jewish Teachers
and to the many friends of
Jewish Education throughout Greater Miami______
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
1500 MEN'S CLUB
OF
MORTON TOWERS
EMANUEL MENTZ, President
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Members and Friends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSMAG, President
The Year 5730 In Retrospect
c ontinned From i'-w l"1-
, 5; .'. 1. v'erj w h :i% tot thr-mse \i -
close]] ed in th various caust s eel bn -
th m I during the y \ There were
those im luding secul irists and pers ins them-
selves involved in mixed marriages who wci
highly critical of the eventual resolution of th
pr iblems. Ther? were reports that Russian
Jews s >me themselves intermarried and none
having had a religious marriage were wor-
ried by certain implications. On the other haul.
the original decision of the Supremo Court in
the Shall! case was opposed by circles wider
than the Orthodox groups, for its possible re-
p, rcussions on the attitude to inteiTnarriai;.-
in the DtMpOM.
Inside the United Stutes the genera! Hir-
nu.il has sovorely shaken the Jewish commun-
ity. The meat alarming manisfestation of Ne-
gro anti-Semitism eamc during the previous
year at the time of the New York teachers
strike, but while there was no such tmumulie
experience during the past year, the tension
remained. The Negro extremists remained vo-
cal in their attacks on Jews ami Israel, and
even though it was felt that they r. presented
a comparatively small minority, no one was
1 illy sure.
STUDEXT t'NRF.sT
Meanwhile Jewish students continue to be
disproportionately represented in the radical
movements. They have Ix-en frequently promi-
nent in campus revolts and U the auti-Viel-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHORE UNIT OF THE
PAPANICOLAOU CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
MRS. LOUIS BARON, PRESIDENT
nam movement. It seems to have been tor.
is in il three of the four b1
1 Kent St University, Ohio,
but the event and the subse |u i
. tudi nt r
The widespread Identification
(and sometimes not-o-youngl .1. i
with the opposition to Vietnam even led toi
certain < icklash. of which the last ,\ ,
have been heard. The national pr. -
receiving a widespread anti-Semitic corresl
pondence, while there were those who wj
that the anti-communications media campaign
connected with vice president Ague* had]
certain dangerous undertones.
JEWISH DEFENSE LEAC.UE
It would be a distorted picture, however.
to suggest that all or even a majority of Je*.
ish students are active radicals. The silent -ma-
jority of Jewish students are as apathetic ft
activism as they are to Judaism. The major*
arc probably anti-Vietnam, but they prefer t
concentrate on their own careers and futirts
And it must In- remembered that at the Mta
ond of the spectrum is a body of young J
concerned with Jews and Judaism.
The past year has seen the organizationi
small groups of students seeking
their redicalLsm in a Jewish t, metmrU
Their journals attack the Jewish Establish!
ment. and they have demonstrated actively Ml
Continued On Page 14-E
MAY WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND
BIST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
The Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
TT>

MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM
1544 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH, FIOMM
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
AVROHOM GROWER, Rabbi
ALU KLEIMAN, PreiidMt HYMAN HERSTEIN, Vim PihMmI
MORRIS MAFMAN, Financial Secretary
RANI MILTON SIMON, Retrain*, and Corresponding Secretary
DAVID PLOTNtR, Treasurer
SAMOU WHZS, Firtt Gohai DAVID GREENBERC, Second Gabai
tPbssoiiM
BETHEL
CONGREGATION
500 S.W. 17th Avenw
SOLOMON SCH1FF. RabK
HYMAN CHABNEH
President
May the New Year be I
bountiful one and bring i
full measure of happing
to our members and the
entire Jewish Communrty.
TEMPLE NER TAMl0r
SISTERHOOD
MK.JACKWtKNBaCrrH.
MAX SHAPIRO, BEN DICKSON, Cantor
NATHAN K. SPECTOR, President
OFFICERS, and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of Hm
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
1101 S.W. 12 th AVENUE, MIAMI
Extend to All Best Wishes for h Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings
from
MOLLIE KAHANER-,
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
Nerth Miami Reotti, Flari*
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS, GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
PRAY FOR
PEACE
IN THE
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
MOYSHE ZILBER
REV. & MRS.
JACOB D. KATZ
AND FAMILY
1183 N.E. 165 Street
North Miami Beach
wish their relatives and
friends a Happ/ a"a
Prosperous New Year


October 2, 1970
*Jenfi #> thNHkun
Page 3-B
The Jewish Sports Scene
B.v JESS SILVER
[ 5| news of the past year
,1,. Jewish sports scene was
superb performance of the
l .| national soccer team in
I,.' World Cup competition in
,',N poClry. Led by coach Eman-
'Sheffer, the lightly regarded
-nileuis held Sweden
[id Raly to draws and losl to
Cueuay, 2-0. was th0 fil'st
no Israel reached the final
Lund of 16 in the World Cup
fi-nt. Outstanding players for
wcre captain Mordechai
Crfer, Gloro Spfegel, Yitzhak
Isokcr, Menaehem Bello and
Liw-1 Ros.nthal. Israel was
L represented in Mexico City
referee Avraham Klein, a
TEMPLE
BETH TOV
(Conservative Synagogue)
6438 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
PHILIP PRISAND
President
CANTOR
SEYMOUR HINKES
AND ALL THE
MEMBERS
WISH THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Greetings to all
AMERICAN
JEWISH
COMMITTEE
DUPONT PLAZA CENTER
[MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS
JEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
to All Our Members and the
Entire Jewish Community
Good Health and Peace .
Throughout the World.
RACHIl LAUFER KATI,
President
sh Hashona Greetings From
NORMAN BRUCE
ROWN AUXILIARY
NO.T74
WAR VETERANS OF
THE UNITEO STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Sisterhood
chesed
shel emess
President Isodore Schwartz
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
and friends
best wishes for a
Happy New Year
MRS. FRANCES PACKAR,
President
[PIONEER WOMEN
Club No. 2
wishes a Happy,
Heolthy New Year
o oil the Members,
wl also to her Family and friends.
physical training teacher from
Haifa.
The World of Baseball
In the United States the year
began with a 19iS9 National
League pennant and World Se-
ries triumph for the New York
Mils. Outfielder-first baseman
Art Shamsky contributed a reg-
ular season average of .300 to
the surprise success, and then
continued his robust hitting into
the 1970 season. Other major
league players included Washing-
ton Senator first baseman Mike
Epstein; Houston Astro out-
fielder Norm Miller and Chicago
Cub pitcher Ken Holtzman. When
Holtzman won hLs 12th game in
1970 he reached 00 lifetime vic-
tories. Only 3 other Jewish hurl-
ers have gained more career wins.
Former major leaguers Norm
and Larry Sherry were engaged
in coaching. Norm with the Cal-
ifornia Angels and Larry as
manager of the Mobile White
Sox of the Southern League.
Sportscaster and former pitch-
ing great Sandy Koufax made
news when he was named tiie
AFs 'Baseball Athlete of the
Decade."
On baseball's executive level
Allan (Bud) Selig became pres-
ident of the new Milwaukee
team and Marvin Milkes moved
from Seattle to become the
Continued On Piige 10-F,
OR. ADOLPH FINKLER, President
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
DR. DAVID RAAB
Rabbi
SAUL H. BREEH
Cantor
extend New Year Greetings to their
Membership and the Jewish Community
DR. and MRS. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS of
TEMPLE BETH EL of HOLLYWOOD
extend greetings for a Happy and Peaceful New Year
RABBI A. J. SAFRA AND MEMBERS
of the
UNITED KASHRUTH ASSOCIATION
extend New Year Greetings to All Their
Relatives, Friends and Patrons
II
Waldo Emerson M
This is the end of a year in
which much has been achieved.
And for this we thank our friends.
This is the beginning of a year
in which our obstacles and
opportunities will be greater
than ever. And for this we
need our friends.
Your community will change a
lot during 5731. So will the
world! The quality of that
change depends upon each of us.
Greetings and best wishes
for the New Year.
Bureau of Jewish Education
Leonard Zilbert,
President
Dr. Louis Schwartzman,
Executive Director
Community Chaplaincy
Service
LcoEisenstein,
Chairman
Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Coordinating Chaplain
Jewish Family and
Children's Service
Dr. Alan A. Lipton,
President
Leon D. Fisher,
Executive Director
Jewish Home For
The Aged
Leo Rose, Jr.,
President
Arthur Kalish.
Executive Director
Jewish Vocational Service
Stuart Rothchild,
President
Leonard I. Tuchyner,
Acting Executive Director
Mt. Sinai Hospital ,,
Samuel N. Fricdland,
President
Samuel Gertncr,
Executive Vice President
National Council of Jewish
Women Service to
New Americans
Mrs. Norman H. Cohan,
President
Mrs. Florence Alberts,
Executive Secretary
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
Jack Katzman,
President /
Efraim H. Gale,
Executive Director
f\ greater miami Jewish federation
^4* ]317 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida 33132 Telephone 373-0411
'Milton Weiss, President Robert Russell, Campaign Chairman Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Vice President


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+Jeirtnfridl3>r
Friday. Octal ;

A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
The Fund
That
Rallied The
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Sisterhood Young Marrieds
Men's Club P.T.A. U.S.Y
je
wish People
THE
Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Lean Association
-:
f and a the C:' :vs
-: of D
j bers and f Js a most
/ and EROUS NEW YE-
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A HAPPY NfW YEAR TO ALL
'/Arthur and <__Jairc r^osichan
If
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Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
WISHES THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILTON SCHUNSKY NATHANIEL SCHUB
Rabbi Contor
JOSEPH FIELDS
President
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
WISHES TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
HEALTH, HAPPINESS, AND PEACE
DR. DAVID LEHRFIEID, Rabbi ABRAHAM SEIF, Cantor
MILTON KAHN, President ABE EISENSTEIN
Chairman of the Board
LILLIAN ENGEL, Pres. Sisterhood
BETH JAC03 COf'GftiiGATiGN
OF MIAMI ^lACH
iCl-CIl Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS, WORSHIPERS and FR!ENDS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHMAMAHU T. S'MIKSKY
WILLIAM 6. MECHANIC, Hon. Pres.
ISRAEL SCHULTI, Vice Prtt.
HAKVir TtHDLlB, fee. Secy.
MORRIS B. fRANK, President
PHILIP MtNIKOVSKV, Vice Pres.
MORRIS KftfVAT, Vice Pres.
M. LOUIS BAIDA, Secretary
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
from
Temple Sinai of North Dade
North Dade's only Reformed Congregation
RALPH P. KINGSLEY LAWRENCE J. ZIRr
Rabbi
LSHONATCVATIKESEVU
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
6920 S.W. 35th Street, Miramar, Florida
Rabbi ELLIOTT J. WINOGRAD
President SEYMOUR GOCH
President
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
OFFERS A NEW YEAR PRAYER FOR PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
L'SHCNA TOVA
MRS. LEONARD PECHEN'.K
Renion President*
ISraneli tt2 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beach
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
ron row my1:
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS Of THE
WOMEN'S DIVISION
of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
MRS. BURTON R. LEVEY, PRESIDENT
" Dedicated to the Service of Our Community "
THE RABBI, OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
TIFERETH JACOB
THE SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the Entire Jewish Community
HADASSAH
txiends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
test Wishes for a Happy. Heo/lliy and Prosperous New reor
THE MIAMI CHAPTER THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, President Mrs. Sherman Fast, President
: H ci Mr*. Uon >i
Mr. and Mr
iren, ?r.\ and
Mr. and "
Gins'
Lynn E'aine ai I I
and Donald A
Mr. and Mrs. Stan! 'I
.. -
Gerald and Felice!
P. Sckwarto
L'Shona Tova Tikese.
L' Shona Tova T.kesevu
Mr. and Mrs
Jacob
Chernofsky
and children
MEIR, MICHAEL,
BRYNNA, and EVA
A Happy New Year To A'
HO\l>
TRANSFER
CC INC.
TRUCKING
2160 N.W. 8th Avenue
Phone 374-3144
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
LAWRENCE
TELEVISION
131 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables
Telephone: 448-3456
HOLIDAY GRATINGS
ECONOMY
STEAK SALE
970 E. 25th STREET
HIALEAH
691-6S31


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fj-misil Fhrkfcifl
Pace 5-E
. ttein chairman
/; jod, is greeted
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'. rsei'a I nt Zal-
5 Dr. 1 nrael Gold-
9 :. .-. the organiza-
tion :h """"3 established in
I32C tha Ziorusl Conference
in Lcr.ion.
extends wishes for
a most joyous *_/Vew The Sists hood Group
The Brotherhood T.-z ': F!j,^.s
The P.T.A. Forty-Kiners
and all affiliated Yoilh Groups ___
;-: TOVA TIKESEVU
Skv Lake
Synagogue
18151 N.f. 19th Avenue
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
. : .AH E. CAPLAN
Rabbi
AM EHRIICH
President
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
CiNT3 RKHARO S. BROWDY
irL^ -J)/iii(iiT Jovii From OFnCERS. DIRECTORS and MEMBERSHIP oi
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd.
DR. MAX A. L1PSCH1TZ, Rabbi
MILTON T. HORNSTEIN, President
THf RABBI and BO AM OF DlRtCTORS of
TEMPLE ZIOH
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
to Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
temple imm
"The Friendliest Synagogue In Town"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GA3LES
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
REV. NATHAN ZOLONDEK
MR. LOUIS ALWEISS

Jhiit
they
ntcx
V
PETER BLUESTEN
Sr. Vice Commonder
Nnfioi (./ Executive Committee
(A'Atllt r. firdie leg SLACHTER
"fAMJ
NORMAN BRUCE BROWN No. 174
rONAP.D DAVIS. Comnander
HIRAMAR
MIRAMAR POST No. 177
-I ERETT HOFFMAN, Commander
POMMMB
POMPANO BEACH POST No. 196
JRRAV LANE, Commander
JACfstumtu
LT. MEYER LEIBOWITZ No. 199
V CTOR G. HUBSCH, Commander
"fST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI No. 223
lGUIS TUCK, Commando
(oral gabus
MURRAY SOLOMON No. 243
rUART BOTWINIK, Commander
n. PtTWSSURG
ABE ADER No. 246
-DE CHARLES, Commander
MUM BEACH
MIAMI BEACH No. 330
AEE WALDMAN, Commander
H WAR VETERANS OF
DEPARTMENT OF FLOR
CL/xtenas K^Jrcctings Jo ^^rll------
ie inscribed in the Jjooh of J~ifc for the coming year 5731
COL. MAURICE WEINMAN, Department Commander
HERBERT OOPMAN M. JAY BERllNO DAf EL NEAL HELLER LEON CLASSMAN
1st Jr. Vice CeMMambf 2rd Jr. Vice Commander Post National Commander Judje Advocate
LEON S1VERVAS
' Quarterns-;"
T!D LiNGATON, JACK FELDMAN, EDWIN FEIBELMAN ALLAN KRUEGER
Trustees Chief of Staff
SAM FPANKEL
Adjutant
TAMP4
ALBERT ARONOVITZ No. 373
AS5 WEISS, Commander
WEST ?MM BfACH
WEST PAIM BEACH POST No. 408
ED HANSER, Commander
Hour wood
VICTOR B. FREEDMAN No. 613
ARTHUR SHERRY, Commander
titilWfl
SA8ASOTA No. 674
DAVID A. HART, Commander
Mi AMI BEACH
NORTH SHORE No. 677
ROBERT SIMPSON, Commander
NMUAN
H1ALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS No. 681
SEYMOUR SOSKIL, Commander
NORTH MfAMf BEACH
ABE HORROWITZ No. 682
RAY SHULTZ, Commander
MfAMf
POINT EAST No.698
ALLEN WEISSMAN, Commander
SURFS1DE BAY HARBOUR
HARRY COHEN No. 723
SAM FRANKEL, Commander
FT. LAUDERDA1E
WILLIAM KRETCHMAN No. 730
PAUL EPSTEIN, Commander
NORTH DAOE
COL. DAVID MARCUS No. 746
NATHAN SILVERFiaD, Commander
ORLANDO
HARVEY ALBERTSON No. 759
SAM WOLLMAN, Commander
COCOA BEACH
CAPE KENNEDY No. 775
HY KOCH, Commander
SOOTH DADt
SOUTH DADE No. 778
ARTHUR FRANKEl, Commander
COL. MAURICE WEINMAN
! FOR IMCriDAA A TlrtRi ""erninm the Jw.h W.r Vefw-* or a^ficofteu ^..gtl^f l!* ,-
>N ,.r mtmhtrM, and t*. to.^ *i-m eofat: *JjJ^J~J Jj^JJ ,
SOI KOENIGSBERG, C.L.U.
3191 S.W. 27th Strtot
444-0738
JACK BERMAN
2727 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood 923-2471 or 947-S902


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vjenisti fieriJian
Friday. October 2, ty|
THE ORTHODOX VAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33141
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, Director
"At the Threshold of a New Yec.r we are filled with
Sacred Memories of the History o? our Vaad Hakash-
ruth; with gratitude to G-d, that He shall crown us
with goodness and virtue to bring U3 and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision, Joy,
in our community, fulfill the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Truthfulness in the ranks of Kashruth,
Health for Life, and for Lasting Peace in the World."
yj
Morris Feluman
President
Philip Yasser
Vice President
Sam Brick
Secretary
William Cohen
Treasurer
PIONEER WOMEN
COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
AND ITS
12 CHAPTERS

CLUB 1
ClUB 2
GOLDA MEIR
KADIMAH
SHARON
BEBA IDEISON
CORAL ABLES
AVIVA
EUAT
MUtAMAR
SHALOM
Extend Heartiest New Year Greetings
May the Iravaili of last year newish wisdom for
this year's dreams end aspirations.
MORRIS A. KIPPER, Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
A RtfORM CONGREGATION
5500 GRANADA BLVD.
Phone 667-5657
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
P LEON KRONKM, Rabbi ELI KATZEN, President
CHASE AVENUE AT 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations
"We fray that Oar Houie of Peace will Herald A New Era
of Peace For Humanity."
Telephone: 538-7231
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR.A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Sincere New Year Greetings to The Jewish floridiait
and the tmt'ue Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MRS. HAROLD DOR/MAN, President
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synaaogue Beautiful" extends New Year Greetings to all
DR. TIBOR H. STERN, RABBI
JACOB C. COHEN, President
THE SPINOZA FORUM
Meets Every Thursday 10-12 Noon
1234 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON, Chairman
The Fund Thai Rallied The Jewish PeoiJ
Continued From Tage 4-K
them. But that aid had always assumed the
form of charity. Now it was realized, in the*
words of the manifesto issued by the found-
ing conference of July 1920, in London, that
"no casual charity will suffice. The excep-
tional effort which is called for today must
take the form of self-taxation, steady, persist-
ent, systematic, inspired by the noble tradition
of the time." For, as Chaim Weitzman put it
at the founding conference, "even if all In"
governments of the world give us a country
it would be only a gift of words, but ir the
Jewish people go on and build Palestine, the
Jewish state will become a reality."
The declared goal of the Keren Hayesod,
the newly established "foundation fund," was
to be raised in five years. Instead, it took 29
years, the holocaust, the UN. resolution of
November L967 on the establishment of a
Jewish state, and the outbreak of the War of
Israel Independence, to bring the figure past
the original goal.
Undoubtedly, the establishment of the Stati
in 1948 gave a fillip to the Keren Hayesod's
fund raising efforts. Yet even that response
was far from adequate. Between the emer-
gence of the State in 1918 and the outbreak
of the Six-Day War in 1967, $1,300,000 cam.
in from the Jewish people, but it paid less than
half Israel's outlays on immigration and ab-
sorption. The rest was provided by the Israel
taxpayer and by German reparation funds.
XKW GpiAFXEB IN JEWISH GIVING
May and June 196? marked a new <
in the history of Jewish giving [or 1 i
rael because it marked a new chapter
relationship between the Jewish ;*,,;...
Israel. It was not perhaps new in ess >nco
in the degree and spontaneity of the n
The peril in which the State of Israel found
itself in the month of May 1967 sent a >hu4
der of fear through the body of the Jewjsfc
people the world over, as its miraculous vic-
tory in June sent a thrill of exultation.
In most countries the Keren Haye^xl iod-
ized more than ten times its proceeds of the
preceding year and remarkably enough, Jews
felt that they bad received more than
were giving. The Keren Hayesod h id boi
the channel for their expression of solidarity
with Israel. Many young Jews lined the air-
ports in order that they might offer their all
in Israel's defense. The lightning victorj < the
Israel Defense Army luckily made their of.
fered sacrifice unnecessary.
TIIK SAGA OF SIX-DAY WAR
The saga of the Six-Day War has been
told anil will continue to l>e told for genera-
tions to come, but some of the side effects nt
that epic will, one may hope, be of enduring
quality. Israel's crisis and victory have brought
a hitherto unknown unity in Jewish communi-
ties abroad. Most important of all, however,
it has induced members of the younger gen-
.nit
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FACULTY and CHILDREN
of
Oholei Torah Day School
wish all their parents and friends
G'MAR CHASIMA TOYA
nnd
A Very Healthy and Happy New Year
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators,
to the Leaders and Directors of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and to
the Entire Jewish Community for a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHIMON AZUIA Y, President
DAVID FRIEDMAN, Honorary President
MRS. J. DAIMOMD, 1st Vice President
MIL S. APUBAUM, 2nd Vice President
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and NUMBERS
txttnd to the Jewish Floridian and its hosts of readers
A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
The Religious Zionists of America
MIZRACHI HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI
Wishes to Members and their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
HYMAN K0LK0, President Miami Region
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN, Executive Vice President
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors,
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
EMANUEl KUSHEUWITZ, President
Cantor Solomon Pakowitz Sexton Jacob Klasi
Holiday Greetings
DONOVAN
GALLERY
LAURENCE DONOVAN
WORKS
Including Inks, Etchings and
Relief Prints
3480 Main Hwy
Coconut Grove
Telephone 444-3230
Happy New Year To All
EXECUTIVE
COFFEE SERVICE
Lou Cimaglia,
General Manager
190 N.E. 33rd Street,
Ft. Lauderdale-563-2558
Miami Tel. No. 949-7842
Happy New Year To All
GERALDINE FARMER
& ASSOCIATES, INC.
INTERIOR DESIGN
15 N.E. 39th Street
Phone 759-1553
Happy Holiday To All
PETERS-GOLDEN
INTERIORS
2535 S.W. 21st Terrace
Phone 444-8914
Happy New Year To AH
DON M.
RUTLEDGE
Interior Decorators
and Designers
7520 Red Road, South Miami
Phone 661-0500
Happy New Year To All
WILLARD SHUTTER
COMPANY
WILLARD HURST
President
4210 N.W. 35th Court
Phone 633-0162


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assume responsibilities and to take
I .).. of leadi rship.
l-oi- many years the younger people had
II ikon cover under the fact that their parents
A, ,. "giving" or 'working" in Israel's behalf.
rhi Six-Da) War brought an infusion of new
blood into the ranks of the Keren Hayesod
workers, bolder methods and broader hori-
zons of responsibility. The impact of this young-
: ; ship is being felt all along the line
mmunaJ endeavor.
ISRAEL AND DIASPORA JEWRY
There is stili another aspect of Jewish
ynity which deserves to be stressed, and that
is the feeling professed by Israelis towards
Diaspora Jewry. A number of Israeli soldiers
have left a record of what went on in their
minds and hearts through the crucial six days
of the June 1907 war. They felt that they were
fighting fr the entire Jewish people, as in-
deed they were. They felt they were fighting
for Jewish honor. They had Auschwitz in
iheir mind, and they felt that it was up to
them to show what Jews can do with weapons
in their hands. Is not this a dramatic aspect
of Jewish unity? There is one thing more
about the Israeli soldiers. Deep in their
hearts they hate war, but they fight like
lions because they have to. They know that
unlike the Arabs who may lose once, or twice
or three times, who can retreat and reform
their lines and try their hick again, the Israelis
cannot afford even one defeat.
UPSURGE IN GIVING
We are now in the year 1970, just over
three years after the Six-Day War. Using the
Keren Hayesod as a yardstick, there was a
Steep decline in proceeds in 19o8 iK'cause tin-
tension has dropped, even though income was
still several times that of the pre-1967 period.
19l>9 saw a substantial increase as the situation
in Israel became more tense, and in 1970 there
is a great upsurge.
The question has often been asked: Don't
people get tired of giving? Don't they resent
being asked year after year?
IMPORTANT PART OF LIFE
Indeed, people resent being pressed, but
they know it is necessary and they respect the
Keren Hayesod for pressing. Despite eco-
nomic difficulties wc get today five times
what we got in 1966, and pledges so far are up
30',' over last year. World Jewry lives with
Israel. They listen to the news, waiting for
items from Israel. Whenever they take up a
newspaper they first scan the headlines for
Middle East news. The feeling of Jewish iden-
tity is even stronger today than it was after
Israel's Independence. In 1948 the Jewish
State wa- something new with a charted but
Continued On Page l.VE
Mr. and Mrs.
MOE LEVIN
OF
1020 N.E. 82nd Street
wish their relatives and
friends a
Happy New Year
A Happy New vear To All
J&M
BARBER SHOP
9504 Harding Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Best Holiday Greetings
To All Our Friends
Bennett Optical
Service
918 East 25th Street
74J West 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida
1970-71 SHNASSH010M ntSO'Ti
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Extend a hearty "Birchas Shnas Chaim
V'Sholom, Osher, Vechol Toov" To All
Members, Worshippers, and Klal Yisrael,
Here and in Eretz Yisrael.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
REV. MAX WEISS, President
MAX TAUGIR, 1st Vice President ISIOOR GREENBERG, Fin. Secy.
JOSHUA SEGAL 2nd Vice President JOSEPH MECOEF, Treasurer
10UIS MERWITZER, Hon. Treasurer REV. J. KRANTZ, Gobbi
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KING ELECTRIC
MOTOR
SERVICE
280 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone PL 4-3482
THE RABBI, CANTOR. OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELnVcENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Fr.ends
For A Very Happy New Year
WILLIAM DRUCKER ALBERT ZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
No. 343 FARBAND LZ.0.
*."S2l3t3 HeolH., Happiness and Peace. May this
SSL* be th. Harbin,* .t P.rman^t Peace and
tronquility far the State of Isroel on* all nsonfcina.
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
SANDRA and SOL CALLER, Secretaries
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
.... INSTITUTE
7861 CARLYIE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
ercn ~"c nscn
We herewith extend our best wishes
to our beloved Founder and Spiritual Leader
RABBI DR. and MRS. ISAAC HIRSH EVER and FAMIIY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organization, Men's Club
as well as to all our well-wishers in Greater Miami
MAY THE NEW TEA* BRING THE REALIZATION OF All OUR HOPES,
COMPLETE REDEMPTION TO 00R PE0PIE
and a
SOLUTION TO AFFLICTED HUMANITY
L. MURRAY JAGER, President
HAROLD ROSENFELD, Vice President
MARTIN HOLLAND, Vice President
$
MRS. LILLIAN BLUMENFELD, President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
UempU Jfjcth 4z/*vn
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
So. Miami, Florida
Telephone 666-2536
JOINS WITH ALL JEWS
IN THE PRAYER FOR A YEAR OF PEACE
AND PROGRESS TOWARDS
THE MESSIANIC DAY
#
V SHANAH TOVAH
fVZaUi ^Arthur Z. SuinLrg
GREETINGS
from
ARNOLDS
KIDDYLAND
itiJM STREET
SHOPPING PLAZA
947-8771
GREETINGS TO ALL
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
5 10 25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
A Very Happy New Year to All
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
(Formerly D.de Heights Jewish Congregation)
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President, Emmanuel Rosenberg
Sisterhood President, Mrs. Allan Nirenberg
The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
LOUIS MERWITZER, PRESIDENT
LEONARD ROSEN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS, PRINCIPAL
MRS. JACOB KATZ
President,
Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. LEONARD ADLER
President, PTA
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
TEMPLE NBB TAMED
EUGENE LAMVITZ HERMAN I. SHAW EDWARD KLEIN
Rabbi ',''"n, CanUr
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
from the Members of
AHAVAT SHALOM
CONGREGATION
985 S.W. 67th Avenue
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY
Southern Region
Extends Best Wishes For A Healthy
And Happy New Year To All.
New Year Greetings From The ..
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
MR. MAX I. WE1TZ
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter1
Extends heartiest greetings for a Happy and Healthy
New Year to Members and Friends
..l.'.U'..' I it*Jl .UtOfc lO.'lUJ
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Friday, October 2. 137Q
-
Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida
and
Greater Miami Council for Medical
Services & Vocational Training in Israel
sponsors of
GREATER MIAMI MEDICAL CENTER
BEERSHEBA, ISRAEL
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1231 538-3101
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
L'Shonah Tikosavu
THE 33 MIAMI AREA
CHAPTERS OF THE
B'NAI BRITH
YOUTH ORGANIZATION
MR. AND MRS. LOWELL D. FISHER
ALLISON PAN and SETH DAVID
wish their friends and associates of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
A Happy New Year
A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 fiDrlh Miami Avenue
Report
From
The
British
Isles
By S. 3. GOLDSMITH
I: was election year in Ando-
Jewry as well as in the count -;..
In the year 5730 British Jew?
have elected a now Board of Dep-
uties which is the representative
body of British Jews and the
envy of other Jewish communi-
ties. Including American Jewry.
Tii" Board was first established
in the year 1760, and its first
president was Benjamin Mendes
Da Costa, a Sephardi, of courw.
About the president of our Ij>
a little later.
Like Rome, the new Bom I
was not built in a dav. Th el
tions to the Board were sprea I
over two months or so. becaus
not all synagogues vote on the
same day. The new Board h is
408 members, which works out
at one deputv for 1.1(X> Jews.
Out of the 408 members, M ire
representatives of rario'js or-.
panizations and institutions in
innovation of recent years"and
seven are representatives if (' >rh-
monwealth con>re?ation<.
Alderman Miciviel M. Fid'er.
a Conservative member of Par;
liamerrt, has been re-electe!
President of the Board. There Is
no .-i^nincance whatsoevei <
being i Conservative. The .".
in it, time has had Consen iti\
U ral and Socialist I':
They are being elected .,.,;.:,' .;
their Jewish merits an: ich ve-
ments.
Despite the overwhelming -yn-
agoqtal representation, the Board
is basically i secular b >dv But
there is n- other method of
electing a Jewish represi
tion in th:.i Country, b-ciise ,|U.
tional censuses do not record
the faith of people, ind so I
is no register of Jewsor Rn-
m in Catholics, or Prol .
for that matter.
When one speaks of a new
Board in :h year under re
view, one means the newly-elect-
ed B>>ard. Tt is not a new-look
Boat i. In this day and 9,55c Hip
Board still uses the old method
of sending delegations to Her
Majesty's eovernhient. SUeh del-
cgattons are Invariably listened
to very politely, but ftieir rp.
resent.ations are more oft vi than
not ignored.
Minorities have no' .influence
here in matters of fir-'isrn pol-
Come ;
r,:r? IVorf-hio With Us. A Happy New
.'p lB DOtl) 3fflN lilp Year l0 AI!
OHEV SHALOM CONGREGATION
7015 BONtTA TRi^E
MiAW! BtACi, FIORIDA3314
lOL"S M*0VSY
[SIDCNT
10UIS TEN< 1
ChaHman Of IHE ftCA'.O
'' :
Pr\ nEAS A **E6E"V4S e*BII
'ONE 305 i*5 985l
r 'ir St*viCES 7 30 A & SUNDOWN
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HAPFY NEW YEAR and 3E5T WISHES TO ALL
THE FORGE RESTAURANT
432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
PboCM 534-4536
A HAPPY NEW YEAR F90M
Mr. and Mrs.
MORRIS BROOKS
Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. AU.AIN
MELODYE ALLAIN nd
HAROLD GOLDEN3:33
IRVING DEUTSCH
President
RUBIN KUTUN
Board Chairman
IRVIN GORDON and HAROLD PONT
Extend to A]] Their Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes
for a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
ROSEDALE CATERERS GORDON & PONT
KOSHER CATERERS
170 N.W. 5th Street, Miami Telephone FR 4-2555
A Happy New Year To All
JOHN L. POWERS
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph. 531-3018
Licensed and Insured
Budaet T?r~-s
1628 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
A Happy Holiday
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
DRAGON LADY
BEAUTY SALON
1851 N.E. 163 Street
North Miami
Phone 949-4513
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With Integrity
Since 1935"
118 SW. 27 Avenue
Phono 642-3461
ynAqs
TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND
NEIGHBORS
'i^4sMsm
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fJen lst> McradHirtm
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icy. And that includes Israel, of
course. There is not a single in-
stance in the whole post-war his-
tory of the Board when a Board,
delegation managed to change
a government decision, or in-
fluence government action, in re-
gard to Israel or the Middle East.
This is freely asknowledged by
the leaders of the Board.
On the other hand, the Board
has a considerable influence in
ail matters affecting British
Jews. In other words, the Board
does much better at the Home
office than it does at the For-
eign Office But its main
chievement is that it is there,
that British Jews have a repre-
sentative body to speak for all
, f them.
There is no doubt that the
new Board will continue to co-
operate closely with interna-
tional Jewish bodies and to work
on behalf of Soviet Jews. It will
of course continue its dedicated
support of Israel on all levels
and in all circumstances.
Thi other noteworthy event of
the year was the centenary of
the United Synagoeue. It was
TO OUR AAANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THURMOND
MONUMENT
CO.
To All greetings
TAMIAMI PLUMBING
CO., Inc.
James B. Burqin
Servinq South Oade County
nd South Miami
1525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
nuuciciv i-ri-e-etinqs From
KAPPY'S
JEWELRY, INC.
After 20 Years In Miami Beach
Now Two Stores To
Better Serve Youl
1423 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
9511 Harding Avenue
5URFSIDE_____
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
LES COIFFURES
509 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
Holiday Greetings From
19th HOLE BAR
Where Friends Meet
and Relax
1910 S.W. 57th Ave.
BEST WISHES FOR A
PROSPEROUS AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LEVISON'S
LOANS
marked by a rcctpl which,
wai attendi.-., i \-. .. ard
the Dt ... ,: | .. rfburi
the usual royal o.-l-,-.<., Qurm talked to those intro-
duced to her while the Duke,
being what ho is. taiked to those
he wanted to talk to in t.n in-
formal way.
But of a ursr such occasions
ar< .indeed not by whal trans-
pired durir.g a couple of hours
of anti-cllmnx but by the very
fact that they took place. A
visit by the Qu?n is a mark of
recognition; it cor.frrs upon the
hosts respectsbuity. distinction.
It makes them proud of being
British. And the Queen was Vis-
iting all British Jews and not
only a gioup of synagogues, be-
cause the party was held under
the patronage of the Board of
Deputies. The visit was duly re-
corded in the annals ot Angio-
Jewish histoiy .
Social snobbery is inevitable
on such occasions. Everybody
wante-d to be like that pussycat.
who went to town to see the
Queen, and only a ii-w managed
to realize that cherished dream
I should add that Sir is i ic
Wolfson, the president of the
United Synagogue, acquitted
himself u-eii as the Queen's host.
He gave her a lovely Bible,
which was both nice and fitting.
N.> society is free of anti-Sem-
itism as long is it has Jews in
its midst. But British society is
freer thin most. There were no
prob'ems of anti-Semitism or
discrimination to speak of In the
year under scrutiny. Whatever
friction we had here during the
year, it was between whites and
blacks and not between Christ-
ians and Jews. In 57.'10. British
Jews finally made up their minds
to participate in the effort to
promote better relations between
Negroes and whites. We now
have here over a million Ne-
groes, twice as many Jews, and
race relations arc becoming a
problem.
The argument as t' whether
Jews as Jews, (as dis'inct from
Jews as citizens' should or
should not participate in thus na-
tional effort was resolved with
Continued On Pnre 13-E
1968 5731
Jackie Dan Rickie Joey and Linda
The Weinsteins
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ON
THIS ROSH HASHONA
t^ineere lA/ishes jcr a
^Jluppu c/Vcw LJear
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. 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
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
f
' i
May the new year
be bountiful
and may you enjoy
e goodly measure of happiness,
peace and prosperity
CHASE
A/.NXS .AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SANDI and DAVID
Extends a Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
SANDI K
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"Clothes with the NOW Look"
SANDI K
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Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
HOLLYWOOD FEDERAL SAYINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
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MIAMI TELEPHONE NO. 949-2188
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
HOLLYWOOD
LAKES COUNTRY CLUB
14800 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 981-3155
Miami Telephone No. 625-0084
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
PARKER-KOLODNY ASSOCIATES
STAN KOLODNY BILL PARKER
JSRRY LEFFLER MORT STOiER
SOL GIBSON DICK TROXEL
1200 Biscayne Boulevard
Phono 379-7645
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community From
PATIENT'S CENTER
(LOU GROSSMAN)
3121 Coral Way, Miami, Florida
Telephone: 445-2662
FARREY'S
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DECORATIVE HARDWARE
LIGHTOLIER LIGHTING FIXTURES
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Phone 681-3244
______ii_____________________________________
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1055 E. 27th STREET, HIALEAH
Phone 691-3515
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1000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
PHONE: 445-0098
Best Wishes for a Prosperous Gnd Happy New Year
IjOUIS philips plastering
plastering-lathing & dry wall contractors
316 N.W. 170th St., North Miami Beach 621-0662
The Jewish Sports Scene
< ontiuiieil Frm Page S*E
Brewers' general manager. S I :
had worked for many years to
bring major league baseball back
to Wisconsin. Heads of other
major league clubs were Gabc
Paul. Cleveland: Jerry Hoffber-
ger, Baltimore and Charles
Bron!man. Montreal.
Professional Basketball
In professional basketball tbc
New York Knickerbockers under
coach William tRed> Holzm.in
finally succeeded in winning their
first NBA title. Holzman was
named "Coach of the Year" and
the New York club gave hm
the additional job of general
manager. In the ABA Ha] Blit-
man took over as head coach
of the depressed Miami Florid-
ians. At the end of the season
the owners fired the team and
kepi the coach. Adolph Schayes
was hired as the Buffalo Brave-'
first head coach and Can Scheer
as president and general mana-
ger. Scheor jumped leagues soon
afterward to take the same post
with the Carolina Cougars of
the ABA. The Portland Trail
Blazers, with Harry Glickmaa
as owner, will be another new-
NBA franchise. In the AP.A.
Ear\ Foreman announced he
would move the Washington
Caps to Virginia, and Gabo Ru-
bin sold his Pittsburgh Pipers.
Pro players during the 1969-
70 season (were Neal Walk and
Dave Newmark of the NBA. and
Billv Evans, Steve Chubin, Art
Heyman and Larry Brown of ttie
ABA. Brown again led the ABA
in assets and average*' 13.7
points a game for the Washing-
ton Capitols.
TaJ Brody made AAU All-
America and represented the
United Stales in the world am-
ateur basketball tournament in
Yugoslavia under coach Hal
Fischer. The best college Oliv-
ers ol the past season were Steve
Bilsky and Alan Cotler of th
Ivy League champion Pennsyl-
vania team; Elliot Wolfe and
Larry Gordon, Columbia: Steve
Kaplan. NCAA free throw
champion. Rutgers: Dcnm Zbnot,
Bridgeport: Brian New mark,
Harvard; Dave Sackolwitz. Web-
er State: Ron Berger, Hartford:
Arnold Berman and Bill Kahn,
Brown: Ervin and Marvin Pol-
nick, Stephen F. Austin: Eric
Fass. Rochester: Howard Grcen-
blatt. Trinity: Lee Schulman,
Fairleigh Dickinson: Mike Kram-
er. RPI: Barry Cohen. Georgia:
Ed Fug!- r. North Carolina: 1
Marks, St. Joseph's; Eric Min-
J3t otu
for a
ay
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5701 N.E. 2nd Avenue 758-3681
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kin. Davidson: Jack Ainer, Cin-
einatti: Bob Nayer, Brandeis;
Mark Gcrshwer. NYl": Ken Lam,
Statcn Island 3C and the mo.-t
famous of all. Jack Langer of
Yale. Declared ineligible for fur-
ther collegiate c impetition when
be defied the NCAA and partic-
d in the Maccabiab Games,
Linger continued to play for
Val despite a two-year proba-
tion placed on the schooL
Basketball Hall of Famcr, Nat
Holman, was elected president
of the U.S. Committee Sj>orts for
Isnn I, the organization thai
sixjnsors American participation
in the World Maccabiab Games
in Israel. Holm in will serve for
two years.
College and Pro Football
It was the year of retirement
in professional football. After 15
years as a coach in both th
NFL and AFL. Sid Gillma:i
stepped down as head coach of
the San Diego Chargers to give
full time to his job as the club's
general manager. When QHlrnan
quit he was fifth en trie list of
all-time winners among
coaches. Ron Mix, another
Charger, dosed out > decad
an all-star tackle and was give;;
8 place on the all-time AFL
Best Wishes for a Prosperous
and Happy New Year
THE ARTIST'S
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Happy New Year To All
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DECORATING, INC.
3803 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 757-1191
Best Wishes To All
JAN HOFFMAN
INTERIOR DESIGNS
4044 N. Meridian Avwue
Miami Beach
Phone 534-3544
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ROSE & ROSE. Inc.
Realtors
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Phono 949-2181
BEST WISHES
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY
g live %
MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
LOCAL 655, A. F. ol M.
president. Frank I. Ccsciola
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Lllif Sherman also left
Idling ranks after eight
filli the New York Giants.
nrluie from football, how-
[.is not voluntary.
< Mix. active players
the 19(>0 season were
,-;n of the Super Bou I
>n Kansas City Chiefs;
otitc, Xexv York Giants:
veetan, Los Angeles Rams
ooth Lusteg, Green Bay
Assistant eoaches in-
Marv Levy and Bugsy
I. rg.
colloge football players
All-American Steve Tan-
[l i.ivida; All-Ivy Pete Blum-
fiiJ, Penn: Fre:l Michaels. >n.
inTharp. North Caro-
I te; Mike Goldberg. Min-
{, Eric Pearlmutter, Col-
-1. \c Rosenblatt, Connecti-
Mikc Mil'-er. Lafayette:
; p, Broun; Bart Bo ''<-
Tulanc; Harry Klcbanoff,
Sieve Sarnoff, Spring-
David Pottruck, Mark
I :, and Bruce Berger, Penn:
b Bass. Bete Cohen. John
,.;.. r, Andv Cushner and Ken
|, '.-lein. Tufts.
< hletes in other Games
foil Okker of the Netherlands
es1 Wishes for the New Year
THEODORE
SIGMAN
CONSULTANT ENGINEER
1950 N.E. 186 Drive
North Miami Beach
Telephone 944-8861
Best Wishes
for a Prosperous and
Happy New Year
THE
DESIGN
GROUP
MOLNAR'S
RESTAURANT
1700 Alton Road
formerly Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Extend good wishes to all
For a Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings
THE GREEN
FAMILY
"lamp and Shade Center
1626 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
2039 N.F. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
10% above .cost on all
Musical Instruments
H & S
MUSIC CO.
12880 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 688-0578
Happy New Year To All
O'BERRY'S MAGIC
CITY DRIVING
SCHOOL
6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
Phone 691-5283
and American Julie Heklman
were again the In-st of the ten-
nis players although both ex-
perienced difficult seasons. Miss
Heidman became so discour-
aged she quit tournament tennis
until next time Swimmer
Mark Spit/ retained his loo!;
on the men's butterfly stroke
winning the 100-yard events at
both the NCAA and National
AAU indoor meets. Mark's sis-
ter Nancy won her first national
title as a member of a freestyle
relay team. Top woman swi.n-
mer, however, was Hungary's
Andrea Gyarmati. Miss Gyar-
mati established new European
records in the backstroke. Amer-
ican Debby Lipman defeated the
Europeans in an international
diving competition.
In track and fie'd nuartermil t
l.i']] Walters of En I won ..
bronze medal in the lfl03-me*c
., ;, at the Commonwealth
Games: Tihor Fnrkas sn1 a Hun-
garian 100-meter ^ash record
and stceplechnser .ler-y Li^hen-
berger represented the U.S. in
int.-Vnational eomrmtitlon .
Other successful ath'etes during
the past year were It-win Cohen.
judo; Albert Axelrod and Joe
Elliot, fencing; Neal Shapiro,
hors shows: Dane Holtzman,
volleyball; Mark Lcvine, hand-
ball: Ron Ft'ipiier and Fred Tur-
off. gymnastics; and Peter Asch
and Jiff Peltzer, wcter polo.
for a Happy
New Year!
CR0SSLEY
WINDOW
CORP.
7375 N.W. 35th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL SALES
Phone 691-1250
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
and Children
J. Louis, Gloria, Maurice Jeffry,
Jonathan Mark and Ethel Mary
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GELEMBYN'S ORTHOPEDIC SHOES
HANDMADE FOR YOUR WALKING COMFORT
2310 W. Flagler 642-3233
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
MORRIS & MOLY LUGGAGE, INC.
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
301 E. Fagler 379-6306
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
HOUSE OF POODLES
The Ultimate in Professional Dog Grooming
Pick up and Delivery
720 S.W. 73rd Court 223-4671
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
JUST JENKINS DESIGNS
INTERIOR ARCHITECT & DESIGNERS
4555 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 661-2800
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
KLOVERLEAF KENNELS INC.
PET BOARDING
310 N.W. 170th Street, North Miami Beach 621-1012
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New rear
R.S.V.P. INTERIORS
INTERIOR ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS
16640 N.E. 2nd Avenue 944-4461
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .. .
GAIL'S WKMKXtXE APPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-9886
> Season's Greetings .
WOMETCO Enterprises, Inc.
WTVJ Channel 4
MIAMI SEAQUARIUM
WOMETCO THEATRES
WOMETCO VENDING
REELA FILM LABORATORIES
SOUTH FLA. CLOSED CIRCUIT
Channels 8-9
OUTDOOR MEDIA, INC.
JACKIE GLEASON RESTAURANTS
THE YUMBRELLA
A Pleasure to give, a joy to Metre, wlo-n
nothing But tin peat will do .. .
9467 Harding
Surfaide
M-514S
700 N.E. 125 Street
North Miami
757-0184
1617 N.E. 163rd St.
North Miami Beach
947-5125
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
DE CONNA ICE CREAM COMPANY
3292 N.W. 38th STREET Miami Ph. 635-2421
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
VERY IMPORTANT PETS, INC. ,,
Expert Grooming & Styling Pet Supplies and Foods
630 Perrine Avenue
238-5666
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy NeA Year
JOHN WIMAN INTERIORS
INTERIOR DECORATORS DESIGNERS____
166 N.E. 96th Street, Miami Shores 75B-2874
w-
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
YOO HOO OF FLORIDA CORPORATION
590 West 83rd Street, Hialeah 821 -5500
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Ye^af
*?
EDITH IRMA SIEGEL & DAUGHTERS INTERIORS
Professional Members National Society of Interior Designers
160 N.E. 40th Street 751 -4452
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
TIERNEY & KILLINGSWORTH INC.
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
1270 N.W. 29th STREET 635-0787


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Our : -::r9 wishes to
everyone for a year of
Peace, Health and Happiness
RABBI cmd MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOV/ITZ
end Family
Extend E* Wisbei ': *
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the ir.e-.T.ber* of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A KIPPER
and FAMILY
Extend Be:;1 Wishes -.
[ember* end Officers of
TEMPLE I 'J L E A
I i Sisterhood cmd the Create!
'" ami lewis! Con n Ity for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
and Family
Extend Best WW a
HAPPY NEW Yl
MemOers and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
AVROM L. DRAZIN
wish a Happy Mew Year
to membora of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and theJSwi&b Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI end MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AMD FAVlLi
/_.
X> COHEN
AGOGUE
and its affiliate groups
A hAPPY Al L PROSPEROUS
NEA YEAR
RABBI and MF.S.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
. Bei
Ksiral Vaci -..-..
Ihe Off -. War-
-. ppers a d E rhood oi
Ceugrega .-..-. Beth Ffilab
to Da roe]
bo-cre'iZ u-Bcqole.
RABBI end MRS. RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF AMD FAMtL If -- od Bei W .' es to the cmd :: .. oi -. .-_.-. Be'-. E. cmd ". CHARLES M. RUBEL E ieU wishes tor z HAPPY NEW YEAR 7=le B*noJ Raphael
e es re Je risl.........v. 1 ---.:. 5 j
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A Very
HAPPY NEW YEAH
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH E. CAFLAN
and FAMILY
RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish ::- x3 Jewry cmd parti cu-
kndy &s rrembsr.; cmd officer*
si TEMPLE BETH SHALOM.
Hollywood,
- .- Altij
. iAH
RABBI and MRS.
ELLIOTT .". WINOGRAD
Tompla Israel. Miramax
Ex:., d Best W
rEW YEAB
tc '
Jewish Coma xs
RAH' md MRS.
RALPJkKINGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Hartfr New Year
To The Members and all He
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Je wUt commanfty
and m*mbersh'p cf
Eneseth Israel Congregation
on Ihe occasion of the
MM 11 A*
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
-t rtend to the officers, directors.
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and. Happy New Year
Greetings and 0
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Membera ir.i Trends of the
CUBAN7 HEBREW
CIRCLE CONGREGATION
RABBI end MRS.
DOV ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year oi Peace and Joy
P.A5BI DR. and MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
. la the Members ::
Aguexii Israel Hebr< Inse-
rt! t ;:s Auxiliary and me
En tie Je ri -.:. Commun ty a
>f Peace and Joy
RABEI and Mrs.
SHELDON EDWARDS
and Family
Extend Gfet'nqs to Members
and Friends cf
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL.
Ft. Lauderdale,
ond to the entire com-nunHy
DR. and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
blend Best Wishes to the
Officers end Members of
Temple Zamora
For A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
ARTHUR.". ABRAMS
ie Jewish rommunity

?-
membetl of
TEMPLE EMANU-El
Z? FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
5ADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet fhe rr.err.^e:; ;f
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion oi the
New Yea:
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
stand a Happy New Year
o Members and Friends of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
and :o the Jewish community
of Hialeah and
all Greater Miami

RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
fjrteml heartftll
MEW YEAR GREETINGS
to
Temple Adath Yeshurun
and the entire community
----......,.....,,.....m,
RABBI and MRS.
BEREL WE7N
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to fhe
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
. i.*0rV V,'61 **'
RAEBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI EEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors ari
rrembers of the Hebr?
Academy and all :U at:':..
6ted crsar.iiatiors and to all
Jewry.
DR. and MRS.
DAVLO RAA3
end Family
Extend Best Wkhes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL.
M:am< Beach
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy Hew Year
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all JewTy and r^r::-
ularly the members of
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliated orqaniz'-t.ons
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
AVROHOM GRONER
and Family
Extend to the Officers
and Members of
CONGREGATION
ETZ CHAIM
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
oi North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year


fevcby, October 2. 1970
*. ten tt norM&hun
Page 13-F
i t : ^'HEBREW HOBB YI5TS
DOWN
1 Flowers
9. Feelings v ,
e. My brother _
10. Also /
11. Poor "
12. (He) sharpens
14. Sivan
(Hebrew month)
-,G. (He) rode
(a horse)
19. Days of |
20. The star.
22. Laws
24. Aunt v,
?5. Garden
26. Pail S
27. Rebellion,
28. (He) died
29. Fruit "
0. Bad.
1 7 b 5 4 S" i
10 9
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18 1/ 15 11
21 20 19
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2. Orchards
2. Feet
.3. CHe) tojtj
4. Diary i 15. Confession 23. Hand
5. Tension 17. Thus (like this) 24. Door I
7. Holiday 18. In the stomach 25. Fence
8. Sea 20. Here 26. B'ood
13. South I 21. Bet&JS"--- 27. Who 1
iCeoilU J. AUman
rew Culture Caravan" TARBUTH FOUNDATION
I and MRS.
N N. SHAPIRO
all Jewry, end
r.'y the Memhers
. Leers ci
iple Zion
d Prospeious
.i Year
RAEBI and MRS.
NAFTA! POi
and family
Extends fa

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RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL JAFFE
LY
Exl
end I riei Ij ol
TJ MrLE BETH EL
/. i to All .'
A Happy
tABBI cr.d MRS.
[ORRIS W. GRAFF
'. ',2 c'l Jewry and
rlv the members of
TET'TPL*: ISRAPJ. of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
LPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
IY TABACHNIKOFF
lend to all Jewry and
ticularlv the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
VPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ISAAC D. VINE
Jxtend heartflelf wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the mornberi of
Mogan David
Congregation
members, and affiliate
organizations
RABEI end MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Bett Wishes Ic: a
KAPPY NEW YEAH
to the members ci
TEMPLE SINAI
Che Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
riABBI crr.-d MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE BETH SKOLOM
OF POMPANO
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
i RABBI and MRS.
pNEAS WEBERMAN
Extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Ohev Shalom
Congregattion
members, and affiliate
organizations
Compliments
of
MR. AND MRS.
ISEPH URAM
[E. Okeechobee Road
leah 885-5368
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
FROM
THE HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
IMG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878
573 N.W. 71st STREET
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
RICHARD L. AH CO' K PLASTERING CORP.
PLASTERING-LATHING DRY WALL CONTRACTORS
359 N.W. 170th Street 625-4441
Best Wishe for a Prosperous and Hat>ov New Year
SIMPSON PLASTERING COMPANY
LATHING-PLASTERING A MftSONARY CONTRACTORS
16960 S.W. 96th Ct. 238-9021
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
WALL PLASTERING COMPANY
4848 E. Uth Avenue, Hialeah 688-8631
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Hapov New Year
MILVS PLASTERING COMPANY
PLASTERING LATH NG CONTRACTORS
1678 W. 31st Place, Hialeah 821-6415
WLtn tUt sUcr.
%r jouvi^j
We wish our campers, their parents & our staff
the compliments of the seasi n. May the
coming year bring you the success
{ r u huh you are strh ing,
the happiness you art
craving, the good
h e a 11 h t (i
enjoy them.
both.
CAMP AKIBA
Harriot & Lcn Cordon Ceil S I linck Parness
Lisa & Howard & their families
Karen i<. Herb I < tman
Shcllv & Jeff
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
' COLOR
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
PHONES:
DADE COUNTY
EfJOWARD COUNTY
B87-0511
522-1361
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H, Franke!
wish iSeit family and friends ar.d
TEMPLE EMANU-El FAMILY
A Happy and Healthy New Yeai
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
ANDERSON INSURANCE
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
4706 S. Lelune Rd.. Coral GablesPh. 665-6985
FLORIDIAN PEST CONTROL
WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
659 N.W. 115th Street
Phone 688-9692
n
j*j
HOLIDAY GREETINGS '^,D '
FROM 92.1 FM WHM5- '------;~
FLAMINGO BROADCASTING GOBI'.
HIALEAH'S NEWEST and ONlY RADIO STA
FEATURING "LEADING ARTISTS and ALBUMS SO*,
18 HOURS EACH DAY." ""' ?
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL oM
Mil
STYL RITE OPTICAL MANUFACTURING C0
SAM POMERANCE, Fresde-t
3322 N. Maimi Ave. FR 4-4808
B I E T I N 6 S I
Smith Hamilton Shop-.
. GI'lNDIKC SERVICE *tf
J31 S.W. 8th STRUT MWtlt FR 5-250*


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WE HAVE ADDED A LINE Of PINE
TRIMMINGS INCLUDING
RI1BONS, HADING, FLOWEKS
end VEILS.
De Leon Blvd.
, Florid*
444-1000
hester Travel Agency Inc.
8445 coral way 226-5811
And let us tell you about this fine ship
about our special january group rate
YOU MAY VISIT OUR BRANCH OFFICE
,RED BIRD TRAVEL -5704 BIRD ROAD 666-7996
Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
iN AMERICAN DRIVING SCHOOL
2615 W. Flagler Phone 642-6511
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy Nev/ Year
PAUL'S MOVING SERVICE
5894 S.W. 41st Street
Phone 661-1302

The Year 5730 In Retrospect
( out mm I From Pk<- 1-E
th i inference! to 'i'-nand more adult
en) anil practical help for young Jews. The
gbly concerned, but
.ble to coj-ie and. truth
to tell, unable effectively to penetrate th?
.-.oration gap.
A lot of headline attention over the past
received by the Jewish Defend
L/ 9 le, an Onhodox group, organized to
.-. Uvei and proi>erty from attack.
Some of :t< coups have won it publicity al-
though -rficial bodies regard it with consider-
able distrust and even marked hostility.
iOVir.T JKWRY
Sonet Jewry has. of course, continued to
attract attention and sympathy. Subject to an
unceasing barrage of suspicion, linked with the
mm anti-Israel campaign; they have never-
theless shown tbeftfeervea less fearful ar.d
more courageous as petition after petition has
beer, addressed to the authorities demanding
ht of emigration.
: ;.-.;on have been revealed
_ I ..- : : of the world as to how
ripts to il the Soviet government
should be handled. The
Y ish Kasak tside I'.N.
... t well-
:'
sty!
Meanwhile. Inside Russia, there has "-.-.
improvement or relaxation. A numrx
,'i- anti-Zionist books (with anti-Sen
have been issued and no n
has been re:.rted on the restriction-
:-h cultural expn ad m.
EASTEBS) El ROPE
Elsewhere In Eastern Europe the p
has beer, more satisfactory. Forecast*
Je.vish show-trials in Czechoslovakia r.
been realized while the extremes <>f P.
Semitic campaign have been cons
ably moderated with the departure of .
of Poland's Jews.
F. w Jews are now left in any pot I
prominence. Many of those who left :
refuge in Denmark, but it is still uncer
whether they will find permanent sh
there, or move on elsewhere. In Yugoal \
Federation of Jewish CommunitVs c',-.:
its 50th anniversary with the particip
of many Jews in other countries who i
able to witness thatapart from the of-
: -.-Israel stand of the governmentthe
Ji as there live under excellent conditi' .
GERMANY AND SOITH AFRICA
Two elections this year brought relief
m mil s, The first was in Wi
. where the extrem
p led to g
iconi ytopre-p
he fact rt
A
Happy
New Year
To All .
DAVID STUZIN. P-esdent
CITIZENS
WB
[) I R A L SAVINGS J ....
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF METROPOLITAN MIAMI
No* 5 Convenient BWlMI to Serve You
v -: REG ONAL OFFICE 830 BRICKELL AVENUE
HIALEAH : IOC' H'AlEAH DPiVE
-:.v SPRINGS MILE OFFICE -.. WES1 -rtn STREET
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
David Richard Plastering Co., Inc.
PLASTEHJNG-LATHING I MY WALL CONTRACTORS
1735 L 10th Avenue, Hiafcah 885-2481
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
S & S DIVERSIFIED, INC.
PLASTERING-LATHrNG ft DRY WALL CONTRACTORS
13493 N.W. 8th Avenue N. Miami 681-8528
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
GABLES PET SHOP
A complete line of Pet Supplies Allen Worsham, Owner
8561 Coral Way, Coral Gables 226-3281
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
McRAE PLASTERING COMPANY
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
85 E. 9th Ct. Hialeah 888-4171
HOLIDA
To Tne Jev
GRE" ."
ihCon
Frank Eiaengtein'a
BAHAMA
STEAK HOUSE
12885 Biscayne BK :
North Miami
Phone 891-6700
Holiday Greeting;
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington A >
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechrman or
Mr. Walter Schuman at
534-9587 or 538-2503
COOPER'S
RANCH MOTEL
7017 S. W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phono 236-2262
GREETINGS
To All Our Frier.--]
BLY'S GARAGE
General Repairs
All Models
232 SW 2nd AVCNUi
Phone FR 1-6804
Ben Greene
Dental Labora tor
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5566
MILLER GLASS
& MTRROR
1075 N.W. 36th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 635-5393
,


Jay. October 2. 1970
+Jmhl> MorHd/Hann
Page 15-E
picked up 1.40O.OT0 votes 4.3', of the
. i'. an I m IncipTent challenge remains.
The other vote was in South Africa where
the prescnl Prime Minister found himself in
the unanticip ted position of ;i moderate,
n compared with the extreme position
of the breakaway group of Nationalist Afri-
ners led by Albert Hterzog. Herzog's pre-
tion remarks showed a potential bias
against accepting Jews Into his group, and
his overwhelming defeat was welcomed by
Jewish circles (who, generally speaking, were
also pleased with signs of revival in the United
Party).
PAS KAST
And finally from the Far East, the pasl
year saw the foundation ol the Federation of
fewish Communities of Southeast Asia and
the Far East, In which Australian Jewry Wl -
the prime mover. Delegates from communi-
ties such as Hbng Kong, the Philippines,
Singapore and India posed their problems
such as the shortage of religious and even
lay leadership, the need for guidance of young
people, and the feeling of isolation and even
Df imparmanceand consideration was given
to joint action to counter these threats.
ie Fund That Rallied The Jewish People
Continued From Page 7-E
Iuncertain future. Now Jews the world over
Ifeel that they run the risk of losing some-
I thing tremendously important which has be-
[come part of their life.
It has been remarked that funds increase
directly In proportion to danger and bloodshed
|What would happen if peace were to come.'
I.KEAT TASKS AHEAD
It must be home in mind thai the Keren
jtayesod Is not linked to Israel's defense need-
lut rather to such programs as immigration.
psorption housing and educationspheres
[mii-h are essential to Israel's well-being.
When Jewish communities abroad finance
these programs, it lightens the burden thai
Israel must bear. If peace were to come, these
needs would go on. Immigration would continue;
the arrivals would have to be housed and
absorbed, and their children would have to be
educated.
If the gates of Soviet Russia were to be
thrown open and we are all hopeful that one
day they will there can be no doubt that the
Jews of the world would Ik- prepared to make
every sacrifice to help Israel absorb th?m.
They would also he prepared to assist in Is-
rael's share of finding an equitable solution
for the problem of the Arab refugees. Great
tasks are si ill in store for the Keren Hayesod.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SALEM RUG CO-
1250S. Dixie Hwy. -50 N.VV. 167th St.
665-6943 944-2384
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
CENTRAL TAXI
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NEW LOW RATE TO AIRPORT
Flat rate $6.00 maximum
(5 can ride for price of 1)
PHONE 532-5555
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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LUCY HUGEL -NEW OWNER
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MARCELLA'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
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contentment, a cod health, and the fulfill nent of- your
ace pest wish in life.
In Observance of Rosh Hashannh All Focd Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 1st 2nd and 3rd
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
KV iACOR 1 KATZ, Attt ItrtcUr
REV. WILLIAM SHJLMAN
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHS*.
S^cs Minim: SUK.VT mmi JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MAtVEt MEYERS SOI iiiUL
i^Niw: PHILIP KATZ
MittXr RUM
2091 Coral Way, Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, October 2. 197C.
S-Jrtioa F Page I
Federation Has Been Active On Many Fronts
By MILTOX WEISS
greater Miami Jewish Federation
During the past year your
Federation has been active on
-any community frontsthis
Activity marked a year of un-
precedented growth by Federa-
I ind the Jewish community.
A newly formed Board of Di-
rs, consisting of 45 mem-
, i was elected as the top
ollcy setting body for the Great-
Miami Jewish Federation.
nils was the first time in 14
|rea that the governing struc-
|ur of Ffderation was review-
ed, modernized and changed, due
In large part to the community's
i -edented growth and prog-
The Board adopted a new pol-
MIUON WtISS
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icy which favors support of com-
munal day schools which meet
all appropriate accreditation
standards.
It is estimated that this year
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign will reach the five million
dollar mark. In order to funcl Ion
more effectively, the headquar-
ters of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and its CJA-IEF
campaign arc l>cing moved to a
new three-story building I
constructed on Biscayne Boule-
vard at 42nd Street.
At the official building raising
ceremony last June, representa-
tives of the community's news-
papers, television and radio -' -
tions placed their news events
of the day into a time capsule
which will be'opened in the ye
2039, the 100th anniversary ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. This new building will
also house the Bureau ol Jewish
Education, the National Council
of Jewish Women, the American
Jewish Committee and the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. The <-n-
tire cost of the structure is be-
ing funded by the Century Club,
a group of 101 community le
ors with Joseph II. Kanter as
chairman.
During this past year your
Federation participated iii the
first National Jewish Population
Study. It is anticipated that II
Study will yield information on
the size, composition and loca-
tion of our Jewish community.
In addition, material will be
gathered on a variety of matters
which can be extremely useful
in analyzing what many people
feel is the fastest growing Jewish
community in the United States.
This data will help Federation
plan future services it will sup-
port in order to meet the ever-
changing community needs.
The Federation's Community
Relations Committee has been
active in areas concerning activi-
ties and questions dealing With
Jewish community relations. Its
role is a coordinating one.
An expanded Leadership Devel-
opment Program involving young
men in the community entei"'i
its second year.
A Multiple Appeals Commit-
tee, under the Chairmanship of
Max Orovitz, has been formed
in order to pave the way for
more orderly fund raising C8 n-
paigns in the Jewish community.
The Community Planning Com-
mittee and its Planning Commit-
tees on Aged and Health Ser-
vices, Leisure Time Services ind
College Youth, and Jewish Edu-
cation have been working in their
resiK'Ctive areas.
A newly reconstructed Wom-
en's Division, with area boai Is
in North Dad.-. South Dade and
M ami Beach, has bee,, m .1 '
effectively reaching the total
Jewish community.
The story of your Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation this year
is both the story of achievement
of the Jewish community and the
record of a pledge renewed for
almost a half-eentury to he P
nrovkie a better life for the sick,
tZSed. and needy of all. Mw
in the fifth largest center of Jew-
ish population in the United
States.
Through its member agencies,
including among others, a hos-
pital, a home for the aged, child
care and family welfare agency,
Jewish education, community
centers, rehabilitation and voca-
A highlight of the building raising cere-
mony for the new Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration offices, was the pouring of concrete
into the first cornerstone column. Participat-
ing were (left to right) Morris Lapidus, ar-
chitect for the new building; Stanley Ark::-.
general contractor; Joseph H. Kanter, chair-
man of The Century Club; Robert Russe.',
general chairman, 1970 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign;
Aitrrur S. Rosichan, executive vice president,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Milton
Weiss Federation president, and Samuel I.
Adler c-er.eral contractor for the new build-
liana) facilities for the young
and old, physically anil men! ,'h
handicapped, refugee servic 's.
and a visiting chaplain. Federa-
tion has in come an integral part
of the every day life of the
Center Miami metropolis.
Over the last three decades
through evaluation, expansion.
new building and planning in
terms of a changing imputation,
side-by-side the public agencies,
Federation has continually wid-
ened the scope of its services to
the people of Dade County.
If past history is any criterion,
tomorrow's community will dif-
fer drastically from that of to-
day. But, whither the change
will be slow or dramatic, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will play a vital role effect-
ing this change ... as it has
for 32 years ... as witness a
few brlel examples:
The orph ma jes f yes
have dlsappe.. the em-
phasis has shift : to Indivi
attention and counseling by pro-
fessionally-trained work-
ers, A settlement house so
vital during the era f m lss inte-
gration has closed its doors its
successors today's Jewish
community centers offer
meaningful leisure time activi-
ties in group programs rich in
Jewish cultural contact tor young
and old alike. The one room
"cheders" of previous genera-
tions have evolved into a pro-
gressive community-wide sys-
tem of Jewish education.
The dispensaries and nursing
homes of old have grown into
an outstanding geriatric center
concerned with patient welfare
and rehabilitation..
The soup kitchens, food bask-
ets and sewing circles of th
past are gone. In their place
are today's social service a.;;' i
- equipped to deal in depih
problems of conflicts and adj-i-i-
ments of parents and children.
But though chiinges are inevit-
able, the strand that binds to-
gether the past anil the present
and the future of our commun-
ity is the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the central, dynamic
force in Dade County for more
than three decades. If the Fed-
eration is to continue to suc-
ceed, it is necessary for us to
concern ourselves as well, and
more intensely, with the younger
people in our community.
It is true that each year we
have new problems and many
times these problems appear in-
surmountable. The rapid changes
taking place in the world, the
search for new ways to satisfy
growing needs in the area of
health, education, social welfare
Continued On Page 12-F
Work on the new Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration building at 42nd Street and Biscayne
Boulevard was progressing nicely when this
photograph was made in late August


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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
Danny's Restaurant
DANNY GOLDSTEIN, Ownc
Formed y Abby"s
9516 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 865-2331
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
bT
66 Service Station
THE SWEETEST RHYTHM ON MC ROaO
PHONE FR 4-9475
?98 N W. 20TH STREE'
MIAMI, FlORlO*
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy Ne.v Year
LEONARD O. WEINSTEIN
Be Firm-
Be Flexible:
A Stance For
The New Year
For Jewish Women
By EVELYN HENKTND
(President of the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue of
America.)
Never before has- the Jewish we
been celled upon so urgently to ex.-.:-.
strength of tradition as now with the com.
rr.encing of the New Year. Never bet
has she been bombarded both 6
within end without the family itnictunj
cs she is today. Never before has he: re
source fulness been so needed, to strike in
defense of the Jewish home, to combat ile-
structive forces that masquerade as "free-
dom.' Yet never has she bee sa chal-
lenged to recognize areas in which ;he
must be flexible. ,
As one value after another in our so-
cietyself-respect, decency, compuar.ce
with lawfalls, in favor of dubious, sen-
sational and questionable alternatives, the
Jewish home looms on a personal level,
and the synagogue, communally, as a
last frontier for the defense of enduring
values. And it falls to the Jewish women,
the homemaker, the mother, the Sister-
hood worker, tc create new recipes while
continuing to use traditional ones to cid
in changing the gloomy pgicture.
The lecipe may require many ingredi-
ents, not the least of which may be the
Jewish woman herseli Has she been fan
enough in battie to combat the forces that
are eroding traditional morality? Has she
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
Top-All Roofing & Building
Products. Inc.
1585 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
Telephone 888-2689
Happy New Year To A .
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MOTORS
1750 Bay Road
Miami Beech
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
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been guilty of a "double standard"
preaching Jewish commitment, while prac-
ticing something else? Has she settled for
the ease of permissiveness as a parent, re-
linquishing authority and even concern
with regard to the activity of her children?
On the other hand.has she analyzed the
factors which, while annoying, are really
supsrficial and unimportant? Embarrassed
by the long hair and unconventional dress
of some of our young people, has she
turned a deaf ear to the wisdom and
integrity of many of their beliefs,
The stance of the committed Jewish
woman may not be the "popular" position.
The Jewish woman aligned with tradition
shouldn't care less about her "rating;" the
stock of Judaism doesn't fluctuate on the
Madison Avenue ticker of gimmicks and
fads. The responsible Jewish woman rec-
ognizes the appeal to the "ERSATZ" that
is wooing much of the younger genera-
tion. Glamourously labelled "freedoms,"
in reality the "new" appeals are to licens-
ed moral decadence.
While the committed Jewish woman
supports the concepts of the rights of
women, she firmly rejects and abhors ex-
tremist feminists who parade distorted
flags" of liberation, which attack the
sanctity of marriage, the dignity of the
man-woman relationship. The Jewish
woman of tradition seeks to instill in her
daughter a personal conduct barometer
that will not be swayed by false winds.
Marriage, home and family are the high
goals she will seekeven the woman who
would also like to enjoy a business or
professional career.
The Jewish woman must reach out for
dialogue with the current generation.
Surely, she can't expect her son or daugh-
ter to pass up an unredeeming, obscene
film, or play when she has ordered tickets
to see it. She can't expect respect for the
Sabbath when she plans activity that
competes with the Sabbath observance of
her children and the family. The young
of today are validly "turned off" by such
double standard, multiplied times over, as
parents preach observance and practice
its breach with shallow rationalizations.
Alienation and assimilation, the twin evils
that are plaguing the Jewish scene, find
many of their dark roots in such "double
standard" and "no standard" Jewish al-
legiance.
Membership in the Sisterhood will not
substitute for activity within its calendar
of events. Religious school enrollment of
the young will not compensate for ihe
failure to insist upon religious education
Continued On Page 16-F
Happy New Year To All
FASHION
STUDIO
3919 Alton Road
Miami Beach
Phone 532-1264
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
CONGRESS BUILDING
111 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 373-3061
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GREETINGS Akfc EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
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MICHAR CARY, IRA MARTIN, ROtYN JOY
MRS. LILLIAN BLASBERG
TO ALL GREETINGS
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9900 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 696-9887
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMON TY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
Best Washes for a Prosperous and Happy ^e.s >ee-
LONDON HOUSE APARTMENT HOTEL
MR. and MRS. BEUBIS
1975 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 538-5531
Double Anniversary For A Viscount
The year 1970 marks a double
anniversary for one of England's
most distinguished Jews, the '.ate
viscount Herbert Louis Samuel.
Born in 1870. he was appointed
Hish Commissioner fir Pales-
tine in 1920. Thus 1970 marks
100 years since his birth and 50
yean since he 'oecame governor
of the Holy Land. A* Hijh Com-
missioner, he was the flrt Jew-
ish ruler of Palestine since the
days of the Romans.
When the High Cimm.ssioiK-r
took over his duties, the chief
military administrator. Major-
Genera] Sir Louis J. BoLs. hu-
morously made out a receipt for
the country and insisted that Sir
Herbert sign it He did. and i>
day. thanks to Mr. a:id Mis.
Philip D Sane of Chicago, the
document graces the halls of
the Hebrew Union College Bib-
Heal and Archaeological School
in Jerusalem. It reads as fol-
lows: Received from Major
General Sir Louis Bols. one
Palestine, complete." Samuel-
no doubt with tongue in cheek
added the initials "E. & O. E."
the abbreviation for Errors and
Omissions Excepted.'*
Samuel, who was inane a Vis-
count in 1937. died just seven
years ago. in 1963. For Ameri-
cans :t is important to remember
that the Viscount's familythe
Samuel-Yates clanhad Ameri-
can branches which were origin-
ally far more distinguished than
their English roots. Since the
Jews of England did not achieve
full emancipation till the 1870s,
they were limited in their op-
portunities to make great ca-
reers. It was different here in
the United States.
Jacob C. levy of Charleston.
S.C.. ." rried Fanny Yates of
Liverpool. England, in 1817. Levy
was a pioneer in the insurance
and railroad industries in the
1830s. As a religious liberal he
was interested in the Reform
Movement even before Isaac M-
Wise's arrival in this country,
and he wrote learnedly on the
subject in the -Southern Quart-
erly Review." He was a man of
culture and refinement.
During the War Between the
States his daughter, Eugenia, be-
came known as a belligerent
secessionist and attained consid-
erable notoriety for her strong
pro-Southern views. Suspected
of being a Confederate agent.
she was imprisoned in Washing-
ton, and after her release moved
to New Orleans where Gen. Ben-
jamin I "Beast" i F. Butler exiled
her to Ship Island. Her husband
Philip Phillips, a lew-yer who ap-
peared befn--e the United States
Supreme Court in more than
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
WESTOVER ARMS
4100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5364
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Rouai Kosher Food Market
The Finest in Kosher Meats at Super Market Price*.
5987 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 667-3733
400 cases, served in C :-._- :j
during the 1850s and was p .]
ably American Jewry's most
learned legal practitioner in the
mid-nineteenth century His fel.
low-Southerner. Judah P. Ben-
jamin, had a more flamboyant
and more lucrative career, hot*
ever. |
Fanny's sister Pheob-> ,
married a South CaroUniar.. Mai
Joshua Lazarus of Chetaw. A
rrulitia officer, the major fol.
lowed in his father's foots-.;.;;
Sgt.-Maj. Marks Lazarus had
seen service in the Revolution-
ary War. The younger Lazarus
was a banker, politician and pjl>.
lie utility magnate. When the
Gas Light Company of Charies-
ton first introduced this form
of artificial lighting into trv
Lazarus was its president The
gas they used was made from
coal.
Another member of the el in,
Mathilda, married Henry
of Philadelphia in 1S44. '.
on a visit to Liverpool, Er.r -.--J
Cohen met her at a syna- r;>
service and fell in love wit:
Her brother. Morris, who .>. ;
in the watch business in Mi W
York City, was sent to Philadef.
phia to investigate the pros]
rive groom and found that he
enjoyed a fine reputation. O hen
was indeed an outstanding Jew;
Holiday Greetings
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for many years he was president
ot the aristocratic Sephardic con-
gregation, Mikveh Israel. Ma-
thilda's good friend, Rebecca
Gratz became the godmother of
their son, Charles, who when
he grew up served as president
of the Philadelphia Chamber of
Commerce.
The elder Cohen was a pioneer
manufacturer of envelopes and
paper boxes. The story is told
that a Jewish customer inter-
ested in religion who was in his
office proudly quoted the verse
from Zechariah that says a day
will come when "ten men .
would take hold of the skirt of
him that is a Jew, saying, we
will go with you, for we have
heard that God is with you."
Th." firm's Christian bookkeep-
er turned to Mr Cohen and
quipped, "I am happy to antici-
pate that I will have friends at
court"
Oh, yes, Mr. Cohen assured
him, "we will take care of you."
The American Jewish Ar-
chives on the Cincinnati Campus
of the Hebrew Union College
numbers among its sizable hold-
ings many documents which
throw light on the careers of the
Cohens of Pennsylvania and the
Levy and Lazarus families of
South Carolina. Its files also
include a letter from Alexander
Dushkin to Mordecai M. Kaplan
revealing that Sir Herbert had
affixed a mezuzah to the door-
.........._.-::
poet of the palatial guberna-
torial mansion in Jerusalem.
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the Kuta
Distinguished Service Professor
ol American Jewish History at
the Hebrew Union College, is
the director of the Archives.
MAIPUIIM.
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"Receipt" for Palestine signed by viscount Herbert Samuel
when he took over his duties as High Commissioner in 1920.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1319 WASHINGTON AVf.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 538-0135
Evelyn Streiff Louis Felshman
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
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GREETINGS
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445-7841
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To The Enth
JEWISH COMMUNITY
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company
phone 379 7558
ess s.w. i street
miami. florida 33130
A Year of
Happiness
to Everyone
sam seitlin
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dan harris
hurry kaplun
fannie levitt
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Happy New Year To AM
MARSHALL
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HAPPY NEW YEAR AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL
333 North West 26th Street
DORIS JAY
Phone 634-5382
Facing The Future Together
CV RABBI ISRAEL MILLER
; President of the American Zionist Federation*
Al Pr. -Mont of the newly formed American
Zionist. I am pleased to extend greetings to
the American Jewish community as we ob-
serve Rosh Hashanah. May we have a fulfilling
New Year; may there be peace for Israel and
all mankind!
During the past year, all American Zionist
parties and groupings coalesced into the Ft l-
eration. our closest organizational unity in the
past decade. We have, thank God. finally real-
ized that we can do much more effectively-
together, than individually.
We have some to learn that there if more
uniting 11* as ZionUts. than separating its as
members of :i particular group or party.
-And. analyzing Jewish life today in an open-
eyed Zionist 111.nun r. we understand, too.
that the stakes are now too high for parti-
san narrowness.
The Instrument of unity is forged Now we
shall see how it is wielded. At the nat
level we are actively cooperating. What u .
hasten in the local communities?that is th--
crucial question.
Let it be understood: it is unity we ar
seeking not uniformity. The American Zfcn
Federation wai not designed to impase a uni-
lateral concept on the various and vital con-
viction within its framework. As a demo-
cratic movement, we know that also in diver-
ilty there Ls strength. Therefore, the toarlqr-
ship of Federation will welcome the growth
of each of its component parties this comin;
y.ar. and will congratulate itself on the:;
success.
However, we are confident that ZlonUt
throughout th.- country will dis.lay tbt-ir

eharles a. beattia
v With the coming of another year,^
we wish you and your loved ones
Ithe greatest of man's blessings-^
a peaceful world in which to enjoy
: health and happiness.
"May you be inscribed for a good yearly
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1970
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discipline when the str<-nnth of unity Ls re-
quired. In matter* of i>artiiul;ir |>rin<-ipli>
< <;in iw iiisihu-t xs the outstretched fin-
gers, but i imMim of mutual obUgatkm wo
must Iw olio, like the gathered hand.
If a first measure of achievement is deeper
unity nmoiiR Zionists, we liave a second and
extremely important goal. That is maximum
involvement of all positive Jewish forces in
our work.
The Zionist realism which has impelled us
to unite, sompels us to recognize our place ;n
.1 larger pattern. The Zionist Federation it-
self, in its formative period, will lx> in eon-
si.-tut need of reshaping, of honing and sharp-
ening, and will require the best minds and
talents of Jewish leaders throughout the land.
We d;ue to expect that this process will ulti-
mately produce true and comprehensive Jew-
ish unity in the United States.
Such pioneering is authentic Zionism. It
was we who sent forth the (halut/.im. Our*
was the dynamic of a revived Hebrew lan-
CUace, ;, new lit ratine, a re-molded Jewish
personality, State, When we examine, the
place Ol Zionism in the current Jewish Con-
dition, it is clear that the dynamism is far,
far Irom spent. Zionism figures In every
high \oltage situation in contemporary Jew-
ish life.
Israel, of course, is Zion. The course hi'
events in the Middle East during the coming
year is uncertain, but one thing is certain, the
,iew possibilities which have been opened are
entwined with great |>ossiblc perils for Israel.
She needs support which will not be wearied
nor lulled between one crisis and another; in
other words, Zionistic support. Consider, if
you will, the propaganda of the enemies of
Israel. Only rarely do they fail to attack the
"Zionist State, Zionism and the Zionists." They
know that destroying us will weaken Israel's
defense.
Naturally, our deepest prayer is that the
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS Happy New Year To All
AND CUSTOMERS A-l ACME
MR. RICHARD MOVERS,
SANZ SALON OF INC.
CARRIAGE HOUSE 812 6th Street
5401 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Phone 531-3773
Phone 866-4646
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOBS BROS.
Construction Co.
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR.
7010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami
Phone 751-1692
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IwENDELSOJrS
SOUTH
TRICUY
KOSHER
OPEN
DAM
621
WASHINGTON AVENUE
PHONE
532-2426
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
BEST AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
501 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-7762
Best Washes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE INC.
2125 N.W. 1st Court
Phone 373-0625
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM -
DADE AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CORP.
4210 PONCE DE LEON, COARL GABLES
PHONE: 443-1861
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS
LUIGI'S OF MIAMI BEACH RESTAURANT
435 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Phone 531-8002
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Bernie Sedon
STAR CLEANERS & DYERS
2343 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 374-2353
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Ill All- All SI'll<:iK MARKET
1801 E. 4th AVENUE, HIALEAH
PHONE 888-2241
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
STUART REALTY
333 N.W. 28th Avenue
Phone 6424)566
New Year Greetings From The Salons of
LILLIE RUBIN/INC.
1037 Lincoln Road 538-5561
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CYPEN REALTY INC.
AAORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
25 Arthur Godfrey Read, Miami Beach 534-4671
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Holiday Greetings To All
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
P'tone 531-6861
Sincere Best Wishes
For A Happy New Year
To Our Friends
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
Happy New Year To All
CORONABO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft Walton Beach. Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8118
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NETHERLAND HOTEL
1330 OCEAN DRtVB MIAMI BEACK
Phon* 534-4791
MR. & MRS. SIGMUND WEINTRAUB*. FAMILY
Happy New Year To All Our
Clients and Friends
New Richmond
Hotel
18th STREET
and
COLLINS AVENUE
Sid and Fay
Herbert
Best Wishes for
the Holidays
SAGAMORE MOTEL
1671 COLLINS AVE.
Mr. ft Mrs. Jack MuravcHick
New Year Greetings From
HAROLD *V BOB CRUDER
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MONACO
MOTEL
17S01 Collins Ayenut .
Miami Beach 947-3417
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We wish our friends and patrons Mm compliments
f the season. May the cerniRt year bring
you the success for which yea art
striving, the happiness yon
are waviRg, the tee*
health to enjoy
them loth.
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Festive New Year Greetings i--,
To All...
menca no
Oceanfront at 98th Street
a.\'--m:ij. hotel
700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
Khl.\ llrUlh HOTEL
343 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
HIT/ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLLINS AV1NUC-531-48*1
MR. Mid Mrs. ROBERT JACOBS
SHORE 1,111 HOTEL
1901 COLLINS AVENUE 538-7811
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
OMBARDY
RIO
LOMBAROY HOTEL
LOMBARDY INN
63w)rd.COILUNS AVENUE UN 6-7761
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
ISOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 Wttl Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gwmenkk 532-3331
PLAZA HOTEL & APTS
1949 Washington Avenue,, Miami Beach
HARRY STBRN and FAMILY, Owner-Manager
Phone JE 1-5577
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
SHELfiORNE HOTEL
1BC1 COtUNS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
BEL-AIRE HOTEL
|*515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
SEA-9H00K RtSORT
9401 Collins Avenue, Surfside
1 866-5446
Mien*. Booth

Happy New Year
To All .. .
cmnu
yttan
Directly On the Ocean
at 16th Street
531-0011
Spacious Convenient
Collins at 17th Street
A Few Steps from Lincoln Rd.
538-7531
NOW BOTH UNDER THE
NEW MANAGEMENT OF
IRWIN GOLDBERG
and PAUL KASDEN
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends ond Guests
AVeryHoppy
New Year
\~sitr Lent ^Tjcsl iAJih for a
0ne Jfittufieri" tfiiunfn fivad
C_Ai the y^Jcean at *^/Hiat*ti ^fyeccfi
CculJ y.\ find a more omvhiVm< location/
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
The
KOSHER HOTEL
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
TANGIER
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561

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artinique
vest lA/isked for a I
Hilda & Bernie Witder
Owner Mgmt.
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Friday-, October 2, XT')
.'!MMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
ANO THE ENTIRE S"AC= AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Now The Story Can Be Told. ..
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
D
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
.V: 221090
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ivanhoe b*the sea
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
For Reservation 865-3511
MARCO POLO
/
fifft^ft HOTEL
"^"""bEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
19201 Collins Avenue
Phone 949-1461
PAUL HOCHEISER,
General Manager
& I
During the last months of 1047
and the first of 1948. the British
Mandate for Palestine was slow-
ly disintegrating and the matter
of currency was fast becoming '
major problem. The Palestine
pound, the country's currency,
had been issued all alons; by the
Palestine Currency Board, in
London, through a currency of-
ficer in Jerusalem.
What was to happen after May
14. 1948, when the Mandatory
intended to withdraw?
No preparations had been
made regarding currency, and
the Bv.'.-h _-'>vernment planned
to a aae issuing banknotes upon
their withdrawal from Israel.
Conditions were completely un-
settled, and even the storing of
large quantities of cash involved
a serious and uninsurable risk.
To prevent a state of chaos,
the Anclo-Palestine Bankthe
country's oldest and largest bank
now Rink Leumi Ie-Israel'
quickly increased its cash re-
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-0381
HARRY MELAMED
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .. .
BEACHCOMBER PESORT MOTEL
Fully Air-Cond.Honed # Free Continental Breakfast for Guests
Wl 5-6511
Ocean at 189th, Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
HOLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
jFOJJXTAIXHEAD MOTEL
59101 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
C0PKABANA MOTH
3611 COLLINS AVE.-MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
FOUR FREEDOMS HOTEL
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Phone 633-8411
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ANCHOR HOTEL,
1587 Washington Ave. 531-03J
HErtMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS PROM .
CA IK ILLO \ HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68* STREET
MIAMI BCAOK
Phone 865-7561
ib-.-
HAPPY NEW YEAR TQ/.LL .
ATTACHE MOT:
2711 SOUTH OCf AN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA ~
Phone 9454942
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PROMENADE HOTEL
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
tT3
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
M It I 4 O >l III It HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 54875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 64231
serve in its vaults in Tel
by a few million pounds. In ,,d.
dition. the bank was called i
by organizers of the forthc.:v..
in^ state to arrange for issuance
of currency in the form of in
own banknote, until thi> Kate
will have been able to estiio-
lish its own cmtral bank.
Dr. Ernst Lxhmann. during .i
recent Interview at the Vf II
Street bffices of First Israel
Bank and Trust Compar.y of
Greetings To All
AYAIAPS
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Pearlr^an Family
Phone 534-4601
Best Wishes To All
Happy New Year
Broadmoor
Hotel
7450 Ocean Terrace
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 866-1631
Happy New Year
BesrWishesToAlf
PICCADILLY
HOTEL
Under New Manageneit
220 23rd St. off Collfns
Phone 531-6814-
Holiday Greetinqs
To Our Friends end dents
The
SamlM
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVl
MIAMI BEACH -
SHEtDON I
HOTEL
227 7th STREET j
Miami Beach JE 8-712?
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofjky
Holiday Greetings Frio
MONTMARTE HC?El
4775 COLLINS AVEhflK
Rhone JE 2-1731 '
Mr. Harry Weinbefq
General Manage*
Seymour Dresner, Marrag*
0\Eo-6A8 enoHt
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October 2. 1970
U*isbfk>ridlan
York the American sub-
17 of Bank LeumJ in Tel
, of which he is a director,
;'iled that the printing of
il banknotes or currency
.<., is only handled by a small
bcr of specialist printers in
world. It is normally d me
,>n behalf of central banks
xisting governments vir-
iy never for a commercial
k operation in a territory
ch is not a sovereign state.
I Dr. Lehmann, who at that
tiv was in charge of the Cur-
lncy Issue Department of the
(isio-Palestine Bank, remdnls-
"The chairman of the bank,
.nt to the United States to
[tempt a seemingly hopeless
U to set currency, in -he
(rm of banknotes of a quality
liable for a new state printed
[r a non-state. An American
finally agreed to print the
Itrs, and to provide an Initial
fc;i|y within six months.
I'While these banknotes were
ting prepared, it was not yet
lown what the new currency,
the new state, would be
llled. Therefore, the existing
Irm 'Palestine Pound' was used,
ind the cooperating American
tirter avoided adding his name
the notes, because of their
In-professional appearance, due
to the haste in which they were
prepared."
Meanwhile, for Car that !h"
stored stock of Palestine curren-
cy might not suffice In the even!
of ,1 run on the bank while il
was waiting for the arrival of
the American-printed notes, the
bank hastily, Ixit In absolute
secrecy, printed Simple, primi-
tive notes on ordinary check-
safety paper. A local Tel Aviv
printer agreed to print the il-
legal currency at night, virtually
under the nose of the English,
who were still in control.
Fortunately, those emergency
no'es were not needed, and
WOK never put into circulation.
For when the British eventually
left, there was no panic, nor WBE
there a run on the bank. 'It
should l>e mentioned that vir-
tually nil of these notes were ul-
timately destroyed. There re-
mains, however, one set of de-
nominations now in Tel Aviv's
numismatic museum. I
Delivery of the initial supply of
American-printed currency had
been promised for July. Rut on
May 15th, the Independent State
of Israel had been declared, and
was immediately attacked by its
neighbors. Tims, when the notes
finally became available, theie
was another major problem:
how to get these banknotes into
Israel.
Since the Arab-Israeli war
was raging, banknotes could not
!> shipped across Internationa]
borders with any degree of cer-
tainty of arrival, and commer-
cial nil-lines were not prepare 1
to take them After much negoi-
Rtlon, KLM agreed to use three
Skymastcrs to fly the entire is-
sue to Israel. via Amsterdam
under one condition: when the
planes flew over Cyprus, they
were to Hash a signal, if they
received a go-ahead, they were
to continue on to Isr el. If not,
the planes would land in CyOTUS.
The reason for this arrange-
men: was that no major airport
was in Israeli hands, and the
only place where the planes
could possibly land was an old
airbase which the English had
vacated Ayn Shemcr which
was still not secured.
The new Israeli army had been
requested to make a special ef-
fort to secure this airfield; they
accomplished the task in time
to give their clearance to Ayn
Shrmer: and within two hours
the notes were under armed con-
voy and on their way to Haifa.
Under these dramatic circum-
< mlinurtl On !( Yl-V
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MESA'S
fexaco Service
3301 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-1605
Happy New Year To All
J0HNEVA
HOTEL
6985 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Holiday Greetings From .
LIDO SPA
40 BELLE ISLE
PHONE 538-4621
Yoel Eisen
Sam Edelstein
&/4 Ucru <-J~lapp\j e/Vctv L/Ja
CM'
FOUNTAINHEAD
NURSING AND
CONVALESCENT HOME
ROBERT ASQUITH,
ADMHISTRATOR
390 N.E. 135th STREET MIAMI
PHONE: 757-8564
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'It's More Than A Home- -
It's A Way Of Life
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BEAURIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CADILLAC HOTEL
3940 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 2-4541
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ST. MORITZ HOTEL
1565 COLLINS AVENUE
SURFSIDE PLAZA HOTEI
2457 COLLINS AVENUE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DELMONICO ANDREA RETIREMENT HOTELS
6393 Collins Avenue
Phone 865-5786
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MOUNT ROYAL HOTEL
4210 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 531-1101
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 445-1595
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SOUTHERN AIR
TRANSPORT, INC.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phone 888-1444
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
GUILLERMO TABRAUE JEWELER
964 W. Flagler
Phone 374-4433
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
SENATOR and MRS.
LEE WEISSENBORN
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
JIM LEMON'S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
6790 S.W. 57th Avenue 661-5841
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
LOWRY ELECTRIC COMPANY
4012 Salxedo, Coral Gables
Phone 448-6576
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy*^ew Year
LUMBER YARDS, INC.
1261 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2448
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
NORTH MIAMI BEACH FURNITURE CO.
15320 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 947-3169
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
[BOB MOORE'S WELDING & MACHINE SERVICE]
3147 N.W. North River Drive
,vi* *h*n. 634-0689
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Best Wishes for aiflrosperous and Hapov New Year
NORMANDY ISLE CITGO SERVICE STATION
2050 71st Street
Phone 866-6370


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*Jewlst Flcridliar
Friday October I [|
At New Year
Gatherings
serve
roflnokosbeR
j|J //ie mos/ tasty
delicatessens.
To mayviciai. i; quality of Wilno Quality Kosher Products
is unmistakable. They speak of Wilno in terms of taste,
flavor and seshmakkeit Wilno started making Kosher
delicatessen, products 73 years ago. Wilno's skill is with-
out pee? ao wonder it has found favor throughout the
United States.
nsnan nmu nro*
From Our Esteemed Rabbi and Mashgiach
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosentha!
Rev. Chaim Kaufman

TO ALL JEWRY
In America, Israel and Elsewhere
A Happy, Healthful, Prosperous
and Peaceful Rosh Hashona
cofLiQO kosbeR
Sausage Co.
MIAMI BRANCH:
2181 N.W. 10th Ave. Phone FR 1-6551
Now The Story Can Be Told...
TOW. WWJ
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.o
r:r 3'W. 27th AvenimMtami Florida 33135
INTER NATlONrVyBANICOF MIAMI
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MORTGAGE BANKERS
. EDWARD FEINSTE1N, President
1318 N.W. 7th St., Miami Phone 377-4933
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Continued Front Page 11-F
stances the first banknotes ar-
rived in Israel in July. A month
later, a law was passed b> the
new government establishing
these new banknotes as legal
tender. And they were then i \-
changed for the banknotes of the
Palestine Currency Board, which
had remained in circulation.
Now another problem rear.*!
its headthat of sending back
the old Palestine- Currency Notes
to England, to obtain the countei
value for each Palestine pound,
in pounds sterling. The hazards
of returning these notes to Eng-
land were many. In wartime con-
ditions, sending them bj shi;>
could entail the risk of enemy
intervention: to send them by
air, equally dangerous. And to
insure them at nominal value
was out of the question. A solu-
tion was found by sheer chance.
During the 18th Century, ac-
cording to a decision of the His.t
Court of Eneland, the bank of
England pays the counter value
of a banknote if given at least
half of that note, with sufficient
reason shown why the second
part is not to be presented.
The Bank of England was risk-
ed whether this decision was
still in effect. An affirmative
Holiday Greetings To
The Jewish Community
Harold J. Segal
Realtor and
Associates
Neva Bar, Eleanore Bearman
Nael Bring Ruth Field
Florence Frey Ann Gilbert
Edith Gordon Thelma Grenald
Evelyn Peretz A. S. Levinton
Naomi Prafler Timar Russack
Janet Sanders Rochelle Shindler
Jody Smith Bernice Werner
Murray Shaw Sylvia Turchen
Mary Wigler Al Weiner
1688 MERIDIAN AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-8643
answei was given. Dr. Ij'h-
mann, in his official Capacity
with the Bank, then purchased
a "guillotine" used by bookbind-
ers, and literally sliced the bun-
dled notes in half. The left
'half of the notes were sent by
air, uninsured and when their
arrival was confirmed, the
"rights" were sent to England
. also uninsured. The entire
process took a few weeks at
normal air freight rates- and
went off without a hitch. Ac-
cording to Dr Le rj
English were most : v .
and the credit of bsru
lions of pounds jte:
paid in full. Tr.i -- -
represented the flrsi
rency Reserve y. t >-",
Israel.
It was not until s .
in 1954, th.it the Bo." >- ;. ,,[
fthe central ba_".k > -
state i took over I
Leumi. all functw: j
monetary matters Ik\>
Federation Has Been Acti
lve
On Many Fronts ...
Coatlamd From Page 1-F
and the emotional freedom of
man. necessitate a re-evalu.i-
tion of the Federation's role in
thi> area.
Ii was once said that society
can be no greater than the in-
dividuals composing it, and with
small men no great things can
be accomplished.
We" believe that our Jewish
community has the young peo-
ple who will respo i -
challenge. Ar.'t that tlW ?i\ii
the future Is el-Mr. F*:tj"... I
will continue to move t->*(<)
becoming a more c>:
communal ropcesantat .- > ]
Jewish community In. lealts udl
welfare: fr t.te ??:-v~ -? ,)'.
our agencies rtis proved -it
this is the way of the >;
fective and most end,- ;
vice to the commun
tion and the world.
Best Withes To All
SYBILS
20 W. Flalf Street
Phone 373-9974
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 635-5207
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happ/ NW Y?jr
ABC BABY SITTERS & ROCK- A-? :
CHILD CARE SERVICE
"We Step in While You Step Out"
MIAMI BEACH and MIAM!
Phone 688-6519
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AU.
RICHARD IVES
JIM CGMWAY
Ready Potatoes, line
2201 N.W. 25th Avenue
Phone 635-4437
(As is fling L/wr -friends
Mi AMI'S FOUR YEAR CATHOLIC COLLEGES
BARRY COLLEGE
CALL FOR INFORMATION on late Afternoon and Evening Classes 758-33"*Z
11300 NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE -:- MIAMI 33161
BISCAYNE COLLEGE
Evening Business Classes Phone 625-1561
- 16400 NORTHWfST 32nd AVENUE -:- MIAMI 33054


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"The Girl m the White Gloves*'
MANPOWER INC.
>triTs Miami FR 3-7618
L touderdale 525-5148
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
SID RUBIN AUTO & GENERAL INSURANCE
445 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-2729
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
FARGO-ANCHOR MOVING & STORAGE INC.
301 N.E. 59th Street
Phone 754-1634
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
FLORIDA DELIVERY SERVICE
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-8809
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
GREYHOUND VAN LINES INC.
14975 N.W. 25th Court, Opa Locka
Phone 681-6607
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ADD-RITE BUSINESS MACHINES
1426 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 947-9811

Complete satisfaction
guaranteed or your
money bach.
Stop By And Pick Up Your Jewish New Year Calendars
FloridaNational
Rank at Coral Gables
MIRACLE MILE. AT PONCE DC LEON BOULEVARD
Pace 13-F
SALES MANAGER OF
SHEEHAN BUICK
extends best wishes to all for a
Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR, and MRS. SAM SE1TIJ N
and
MR. and MRS. M. STEPHEN JACKMAN
and Wendie Michelle and Jeffrey Alan
MR. and MRS. HARV1N OILMAN and Children,
Edward Warren, Henry Neal, Carolyn Sue
and Andy David
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WM. LEHMAN MOTORS, INC.
6310 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, MIAMI!
Telephone 661-4261
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DADELAND SHOE REPAIR
7489 DADELAND MALL Phone: 666-C131
Phone 759-1963
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
LOUIS VERNELL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
YARNS GALORE. INC
42 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 445-0367
1230 N.E. 163rd St-, No. Miami Beach 945-8454
"largest Selection of Hand Knittings and Accessories
Best Wishes To All For A Happy New Year
NYSTRAND-LLOYD ROOFERS
and METAL WORK
280 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI FR
1128
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
WESTCHESTER CARD & GIFT BOUTIQUE INC.
Featuring a complete Line of Hallmark Cards,
Party Goods, Stationary, Gifts and Fannie Farmer Candies
8449 Coral Way 221-8252
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL ..
STRATMAN'S MEAT MARKET
164 N.E. 54th Street
Phone 754-3569
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
NORTHWEST AUTO SUPPLY CO.
9932 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 693-O602
ATTAN
56*
THE IDEAL FURNITURE FOR SUBTROPICAL LIVING
DIRECT IMPORTERS SINCE 194S

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ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS IN FLORIDA. IMPORTED FROM HONS KONG AND PHILIPPINES
IN MIAMI: 3640 CORAL WY PHONE 444-7333- IN BROWARD: 342S S. FEDERAL HWY., FT. IDLE. 523-2506
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
I'ARKS AIR CONDITIONING
2435 N.W. 7th Court
Phone 634-6178
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
16447 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-3362
Best Wih'$f,pt'a Prosperous and Happy New Year
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street. Miami Beach
Phone 532-3443
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PEACE
WE WISH FOR AIL
HEALTH PROSPERITY
CHUCK HALL
Inc.
CHUCK HAIL JOHN "N*
fr.iid.nl "* NlMwl
Telephone JE 1-1195
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
GABLES OFFSET and LETTER SERVICE
RAY ALEXANDER, JR.
158 VALENCIA, CORAL GABLES
Piione ^46-8151
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Hippy Ne.v Year
NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-8051
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
SEA VIEW CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
262 95th Street, Surf side
Phone 865-9623
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
7TH AVENUE FLEA MARKET
13995 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 688-3852
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
SUZANNE, LTD., INC.
52 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8104
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
WEST CASH & CARRY BLDG.
MATERIALS OF MIAMI, INC.
50N.E. 181 Street
Phone 621-1476
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
WESTGATE FASHIONS
3649 N.W. 50th Street
Phone 633-9585
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
*1i"I1P** Washes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
CHARLES R. POE MASONRY, INC.
__________2990 N.W. 73rd Street
Phone 696-4011
fcfct aa4 >i,
TVXTZ
est Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ROBERT'S APPLIANCE COMPANY
8985 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 759-5794
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ELI ROSENBERG ORIGINALS, INC.
7475 W. 4th Avenue
Phone 822-7411
iest Wishes for a Prosperous and'Happy New Year
ROYAL PRINTERS
3514 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 443-9651
Facing The Futur Together
Continued From Pasfe 7-F
bitter war in thr- Middle East will he stilted.
Then Israel will break the brutal yoke of hav-
ing lo sustain and deal death and the essen-
tial relationship of American Zionism with the
State of Israel will come to the fore: a part-
nership in reaching the inner meaning of Jew-
ish experience through the ages.
In the Soviet Union, Zionism has beOMtte
the banner of rebellion. Kven non-Je>\s
reach tor its Inspiration. Our own gallant
brothers anil sisters have spoken out in
purely Zionist terms. Thus Koehubie*eky:
"I am a Jew. I want to live in the Jewish
State This is the purpose not only of
my life, but also of the lives of hundreds ot
generations whieh preceded me. of my an-
cestors cvpclled from their land."
The undeceived Zionist analysis of Jewish
life in the United States, yields grievous wor-
ries. Jews remaining in our inner cities arc
suffering, and anti-Semitism is involved. Zion-
ists never take Jew-hatred lightly. Far more
of our jte.iple in this country, however, are
running dangers of quite another sort. Apathy,
assimilation and desertion are making fright-
ening inroads. The continuity of our group is
threatened. It is no consolation, in the i
th;it tiles,' erosions derive from affluence
a free, open sock ty. To the contrary, as tvhen
- ime ol us have observed a bright Jewish
or girl from a wealthy, loyal I imilj
ing El Fatah muni' liberator-.
greater is the rip in the heart.
These are our principal concerns on th
Rosh Hashanah. Can they really be termed
exclusively Zionist concerns, or might it nut
be said that a Zionist advance party has scout.
<-d out the terrain and now returns to the en.
tire Jewish i>eople in the United States la
organize for concerted action?
At the beginning of this year 5781, the
year ot testing for the new American /ion. si
Federation. I say to my fellow BftMJMs:
Never diminish your accunistonicd sonic,.
to party or group, but increase your Zion-
ist cooperation through your local ZhsJsl
Federation. Approach the community; j.
volve the community!
"Our aspirations cannot fail of attal
if we are united and true to ourselves," sail
the late Justice Brandcis. "But we must t>
united not only in spirit but in actioi
To this end we must organize, organit,
organize until every Jew in America rats
stand up and be counted, counted with us, r
ptOVe himself, wittingly or unwittingly, of th
lew who are against their own people."
And to all my fellow Jews I send a -
leaders and members both nationally and in
the communities, of secular and fraternal
groups and of synagogues. I say: Come
with us. Let us work together for the sur-
vival of the Jewish people, for the glory of
Israel. Come and join with us. for then .>
much work that we must do together.
A people united can do anything but
Best Wishes For The
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
Holiday Greetings
A. H. Brownell,
Inc.
804 N.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
Radio Doctors
Inc.
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
Ph. 661-8552
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
Biscayne Lighting, Inc.
101 N.E. 54th ST. MIAMI
754-0687
a Happy New Year To All
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami, Florida
Happy New Year To All
BILLET-DOUX
CARD
SHOP
NORTHSLDE CENTER
Phone 691-8651
Happy New Year To All
DEPENDABLE
FINANCE
SERVICE
350 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-0501
Season's
Greetings
CARL & SHIRLEY
GARDNER
and Family
Bevcrcnd
Pat Alterio
Extends best wishes
lor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to his many friends
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and their children
Judith, Jonathan, and James
express their best wishes
for a very
-copy New Year
In Miami Since 1940
mxi.i: mi:his-:
Sorviee Station
Pick-up Delivery
iHl'.L O.'I CHANGE
7601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Adjacent fo the Chancery
Ph. 754-8702
McALISTER'S
SHELL SERVICE
1001 W. 49th STREET
HIALEAH
Phone 821-9117
All STATE AAA
24 HOW TOWING SERVICE
Do You Want To Be Happy
in the New Year
STOP SMOKING ,
STOP DRINKING
STOP ARTHRITIS PAIN
REDUCE WEIGHT???
Then Call Charles D'Esfe
Licensed Hypnotist
up to 95% successful
treatments
1410 N.W. 119th Street
Office 7S1-2215 Howe 681-8711
Happy New Year To All
CRAWFORD
ELECTRIC
3925 South West 82 Am
Miami, Florida
Phone 221-4632
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Dean Cleaners
& Laundry
WORTH MIAMI.
rhont MU 8-9211
Elias Thaw
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SOD1. IiW.
43 N.W. 21st STREET
FR 4-5131
:- HOLIDAY GREETtt^SJ
to tha Jewish ComBHSj?
KBLIN COIT
SEA SKKVICE
' Ooen 7 Davs a W*
12701 S.W. 280th $'
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October 2. 1970
"pJenlsfi Iftcriidiraiin
Page 15-F
New Year Stance For Jewish Women
Continued From Pace 3-F
the Bar Mitzvah. The kosher home
I not be admired when we flirt with
e" on the side. The continuity of the
bh people, v/e recognize, is threatened
innocent" inter-faith dating.
short, the Jewish woman of today
t recognize the sins of commission and
..nission in daily choices affecting
ih life values. She much encourage,
[must concommitently act to discour-
jShe must invite interests of the young
eing flexible. She must be unyielding
rime issues and must recognize thai
home will set the tone, and family
Igogue participation the pace of young
Bi'. '"((
he must press for the wider availabil-
pf the day school experience for her
jen and her grandchildren. If the
jiegational religious school is the pat-
I chosen, she must make it evident that
child is to continue with post Bar Mitz-
t classes through high school, and in-
_ Jewish studies at the college level.
ng people so educated will not be
f.t unprepared in the values revolu-
he must be active on the social action
e. Her concern must encompass world
peace, Israel and the Middle East, civil
rights and social justice, church-state re-
ationships, cities and suburbs, pollution,
and drug abuse.
Supporting her values, erercising her
right to band together to protest indecency
and moral decay, she will contribute an
"offensive" for morality rather than a hold-
ing, "defensive" operation against im-
morality.
The Jewish woman must live Jewishly,
observe Jewishly, think Jewishly. Being
dedicated to the best in the Jewish tradi-
tion, she will be a better American woman
in the New Year.
HOMEMAKERS
Seasoard Life Medical Bldg., Suite 512
1451 North Bayshore Dr.
Miami, Florida 33137
People to help you...part-time or all the time
Housekeepers
Visiting home managers BEST WISHES FOR A
Maids and cooks PROSPEROUS & HAPPY
Registered nurses, health car. NEW YEAR
Live-in companions
Home maintenance
Phone (905) 379-4531
Our sincere wishes to
everyone for a year of
Peace, Health and Happiness
GREETINGS
1 1 AIR
Kn CONDITIONING
IVb REFRIGERATION
mv ice
-m EQUIPMENT
lllCE MACHINE
, Jkadquarters
YORK
1 ROSS TEMP.
Wm KOLD-DRAFT
/|VOGT
/ IlES & SERVICE
ACM
" fcrpo ration
n 1 NW 6th Court
\ Wh. 751-2544
n fcoword 525-5733

lOIEVS
'i. If Service
ROAD SERVICE
ICHANIC ON DUTY
Phone 681-9133
----- M PASTORELLA, Prop.
;s PS h Ave and 125th Street

ear Greetings From
tampbeWs
: IVNTIC SERVICE
|0 S.W. 57th AVENUE
f Phone 667-9267
It. CAMPBELL, Prop.
lOLIDAY GREETINGS
JjP all our friends
JL CASEY
conditioning Installing
^,^>4V S.W. 68th STREET
1 1 1 Phone 667-5194

Holiday Greetings
KENNY
P-FICE SUPPLIES
^*/S.W. 8th Street
1 EE DELIVERY
Phone 665-4731
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
&ILL HOFMANNURSERY & GARDEN SUPPLY
2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
MIAMI DYNAMITE COMPANY
1224 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables
Phone 445-6477
Best Wishes To All .
EDWIN S. CHAYT REALTOR
3915 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-8934
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
APPLIANCE MASTERS, INC.
469 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 949-4226
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
WOODY'S MOTOR INN
9501 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-1625
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
PROFESSIONAL OXYGEN SERVICE
819 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 373-2131
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
PETE'S CUB, INC.
655 S.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 643-9027
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. FOSTER'S STORE, INC.
62 N.E. 27th Street
Phone 379-7673
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
OLD FORGE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
432 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4536
Happy Holidays to the Jewish Community
JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT
BRING YOUR FIGURES TO US
1050 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phones 887-6356-887-0375
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ANTON BEAUTY SHOP
542 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-7630
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Yea'
A & E PLASTIC COMPANY
SIGMUND ECKHUS: Manager
105 N.W. 23rd Street
Phone 373-1811
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
CAROUSEL BOOK & TOY SHOP
9543 Harding Avenue
Phone 866-6126
Happy New Year Greetings
BOB MANN'S NEW RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
CAS A ROBERTO
4159 N.W. 36th Street, Miami Springs
(Just off East-West Expressway) Phone 887-0343
GREETINGS FROM THE
SYD STANLEY ORCHESTRAS
PHONE PL 4-5969
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Yea-
KEY PHARMACEUTICAL INC.
51 N.W. 176th Street
Phone 625-0426
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
KIMBERLY FURNITURE MFG. CORP.
1015 E. 29th Street, Hialeah
Phone 691-1481
Happy New Year To All .
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th STREET
Phone 947-5226
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
RUBY'S CABINET SHOP
3461 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 443-1161
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
IACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 823-0505
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Yea-
WALTER RUCKI
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
1650 S. Bayshore Drive
Phone 448-5537
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year.
COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
801 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah
Phone 887-5511
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
ABC AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
1624-A Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-3474
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
PENINSULAR ARMATURE WORKS..INC.
3525 N.W. 51st Street
Phone 635-6541
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
PAVLO ENGINEERING CO., INC.
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 446-4669


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+Je 1st tkrkfi^r
Friday. October 2. ljg
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nron row man
Reecinqs
AnbBesc
cuishes
fORAbApp/
necu /APo
Flagler Federal Savings
& Loan Association of Miami
Psv' H. VrVs
Chairman o* the Board
Na'hin Mel'zer
Pres'de-r
Herchl Rosenlhol
Execut ve Vice Pre^dent
YOUR
BEST ASSURANCE
FOR
LIFE INSURANCE
*
. Holiday Greetings .
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
AIRCRAFT INTERIOR FABRICATORS INC.
2180 N.W. 24th AVE. Phone 635-0663
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
ZELICK'S TOBACCO CORP.
326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Best Wishes for a Prosperous And Happy New Year
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
86 N.E. 79th STREET 759-1669
Best Wishes for a Prosperous And Happy New Year
DADYO'S RESTAURANT
2195 N. E. 163rd STREET 949-1891
A VEfcY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Wli KM Alt WAW.KER, IAT.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
JACK WALKER. President
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRrENDS
MISHAEL, INC.
Designers and Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah 888-4262]

A Year Of
Jewish Bravery
In The
Soviet Union
BY BORIS SMOLAR
(Editor-in-Chief Emeritus. JTA)
Holiday Greetings
To All
FRENCHES
ANTIQUES and FURNITURE
2700 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 6342021
A Happy New Year To All
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3386
A Happy New Year To AM
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
10102 N.W. South River Dr.
Medley, Florida
PHONE 8884535
Holiday Greetings
FINEST QUALITY POOD
BUFFET CATERING]
UPTOWN
DELICATESSEN
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami
Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Av*.
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 866-7077
Holiday Greetings To All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG. CO
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph. 371-4652
Best Wishes To My
Customers and
Future Customers
PAPA'S
SELTZER
(only Plastic Coated
Seltzer Bottles)
Free Home Delivery
2110 N.W. 8th Avenue
Phone 373-1536
THE Jt.WISlI YEAR just COH
J~ marked by a new and ctax..._
ment in Jewi.h life in the Soviet Union. fe
the first time since the Soviet Revolutia
Jews dared collectively and openly ;o/..
to the Soviet government- and to w.,.-.'
inst its preventing them from < -
to I-rael.
Groups of Jews signed bold petitions askb
the Soviet government to permit themi
leave for Israel. Such collective appeals M
fearlessly sent to the Sovir in th
Kremlin with the names and the address*! c
those who signed them. Some groups ?ves|
dare The en were also groups who sent their ap.
peals to the Human P.ights Commission of the
United Nations. Others, who wanted to make
sure that their appeals reached the Units]
Nations for intervention with the Soviet go*
ernment, found a way to send them to th
Israel Government for presentation to l\\.
Secret -irv General U Thant and to the prat
dent of the U.N". General Assembly.
Soviet history has never seen anyths]
like it. It nil started with a collective peUtki
sent by the courageous heads of 18 JewaVJ
families in Hie Soviet Republic of Geori
They were followed by P>9 Jewish residents d]
Moscow, by a proup of 21 Jews in I-ningradl
by 23 Jews in Riga, by groups of Jews I
Holiday Greerirgs To The
Jewish Cor-^unity
ALAN'S
STEREO
1954 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tele: 944-0932
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
Mr. Mrs. Gilbert Menaker
OF THE
KENT HOTEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
Happy New Year
A Happy New Year To AH
from
DR. BERNARD A.
APPLBAUM
ml FAMILY
S. ROSS
COMPANY
PLASTIC SLIP COVERS
WINDOW SHADES
WHILE YOU WAIT
4115 Prairie Avenue
Phone JE 8-3030
A Happy New Year To All
SURFSIDE
PHARMACY
9500 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 446-2513
LOU COLE
Holiday lireetlngs rrom
ELI CRESPI'S
GATEWAY
RAMBLEIt
1650 N.E. 163rd STREET
Ph. 945-5311
Compliments of
HERBERT L.
WEINER,
C. L. U.
INSURANCE CONSULTANT
19W. FLAGLER ST.
FR 1-1386
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish community
CHERIE'S
Fashions
12579 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami
Telephone: 891-2911
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
Jonn A. Baker, President
Gr..t.r MUml't OMril t Uf*rf
LAWRENCE DRUG
COMPANY
MM CORAi WAV
Ph. 443-0263
Mrs. Larry Simk'ffl
and Family
Wish Their Many Friends
Happy Holiday Greetings
WEST MIAMI
PHARMACY
7363 S.W. 8th STREET
Wishes A
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
from
SAMUEL SIOBAN and
JOSEPH DUNAYER
CA 6-2515
;


.Friday, October 2, 1970
wJewisfi fhrktiain
Page 3-G
Kiev and in other Soviet cities. The protcst-
,.,-s risking their employment and freedom
said they expressed the sentiment of many
Soviet Jews in wishing to emigrate to Israel,
hut they pleaded only for themselves.
II>;BE WERE, of course, also individual
Jews who had the courage to send ap-
ppnls to Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, to
s >vi<'t President Nikolai Podgorny, and to
the Secretory of the Communist Party, Leonid
Brezhnev, pleading for permission to emigrate
to Israel. Some of them- like the 33-year-old
Jewish engineer Boris Kochubiyevsky paid
for it with their freedom. But this did not
discourage others from appealing directly to
the Soviet rulers. In most cases they received
no reply: in others they were notified by local
authoritiesmostly by telephonethat no ac-
tion could be taken on their pleas.
The increasing wave of Jewish collective
demands for exit visas to Israel have obvi-
ously provoked a good deal of concern in the
Kremlinespecially because the originators of
some of these collective appeals have seen to
it that copies of their pleas reached the for-
eign eorres[>ondcnts in Moscow for publica-
tion abroad. Soviet officials sought to counter-
act the impression which the Jewish mass-
applications made abroad by having 52 promi-
nent Soviet Jews appear at a press confer-
ence at the Foreign Ministry in Moscow to
make statements denying that Soviet Jpws
wtth to emigrate to Israel. Moscow officials
have also visited Soviet Georgia with a view
to persuading the heads of the 18 Jewish fam-
ilies there to withdraw their signatures from
their appeal. However, the effort of the offici-
als was Jutile. They were rebuffed by the
Georgian Jews who persisted in their demand
to go to Israel. U
THE DARING of the Jews in the Soviet
Union to challenge their government on
(migration to Israel is by itself a remarkable
phenomenon under the existing circumstances
of Soviet life. It is all the more remarkable
in the light of the venomous anti-Israel prop-
aganda which has prevailed in the Soviet
Union since the end of the Six-Day War,
when Moscow severed diplomatic relations
with the Israeli government and took a strong
pro-Arab stand.
Israel has since then been a "dirty word"
n the Soviet Union. Being vilified by the
Soviet press and over the radio, the word
"Israel" has become synonymous in the Soviet
Union with the word "enemy." Although
many of the Soviet citizens,even non-Jews
have no love for the Arabs and are not im-
pressed by the intensified Soviet propaganda
against Israel, nevertheless they avoid men-
tioning Israel in their conversations. For a
Jewish citizen to express pro-Israel sent'.-
ments is to expose himself to the charges ol
rn ing a traitor.
The collective requests by Soviet Jewish
. oupa for exit visas presented during the
, to the government were therefore risks
(outinued On Page 12-G
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9-Mnist Fkrkfiar
Friday. October 2, 1373
F? fhe Jewish Community in South Florida
We Extend Sincere Greetings
During the Holiday Season
aad
Best Wishes
for
Continued Happiness all through the New Year
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB
OPEN NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 3RD
BLACKSTONE KOSHER
RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
Newly REFURBISHED ROOMS
Dial 538-1811
800 Washinaton Avenue Miami Beach
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MARVIN SOSSIN, Executive Director
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
ACE FORMAL WEAR
1125 W. FUgler 377-4621
1444 N.E. 163rd Street 949-0712
527 Arthur Godfrey Rd. 532-6502
2644 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 929-6390
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
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CALL 379-4711
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1101 BRICKELL AVE., MIAMI
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HOLIDAY INN
2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-1511
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EVERGLADES HOTEL
244 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Phone 379-5461
HOI/DAY GREETINGS FROM
BUYAMA REFRIGERATION CO.
651 N.W. 106th Street, Miami
Phone 758-7850
H/iPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
1101 si: of MELODY, INC
1549 SUNSET DRIVE 666-8527
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
I 4>I1!B IK I \l I 1SIIIM.
SL'PPLY VO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone 374-6444
'LIGHTHOUSE IN A SEA OF DARKNESS'
The Commandment Keepers
IDr. Erotz l-<-ture at Mr-Master
I*ntv*nrtty. Hamilton. r>nt. The fol-
lowing arti-i*- has been excerp:.'1
from his study. -The Blark Jews
of Harltm." a new edition of which
haa ju.-t l>e'-n published by Schocken
Books, In--.. New York Copyright c
I 4 by Howard M. Brotz Dis-
tributed by :he Jewish Telegraphic
At-- v under special arrangement
with Schocken Book*. Inc.)
As early as 1900, Negro preach-
ers were traveling through the
Carolines pleaching the doc-
trine that the so-called Negroes
were really the lost sheep of the
House of Israel. There is no
reason to think, however, that
such reflections did not begin
much earlier, in fact during
slavery itself, when the more
imaginative and more daring of
the slaves began to wonder about
the human question of who they
really were and where they real-
ly came from.
The Black Jews contend that
the so-called Negroes in Ameri-
ca are really Ethiopian Hebrews
or Falashas who had been strip-
ped of their knowledge of their
name and religion during slavery-
MR. and MRS.
MARVIN ZAUS
and children
SHARON and L0RI
and Father
MR. JOEL C. ZAUS
Wish All Their True Friends
God's Blessinqs Fcr A
Healthy and Peaceful
New Year. Amen.
May the Lord bless the
soul of my beloved mother
Rose Zalis for a paaceful
New Year. Amen.
A Happy New Year To All .
CHINA MNW
RESTAURANT
1425S N.W. 7fh AVtHUt
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 6S1-0012
A Happ/ New Year To All .
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
A Happy New Year To All .
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Cade County
A Happy New Year To All .
Yenetic.fi Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubrication
PhoneJE 8-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON, Proprietor
The term Negro, they further
contend, is a word invented by
the slavemasters and imposed
upon the slaves together with the
white man's religion in order to
demoralize them; and they did
this by instilling in the slaves
the view that they had no gods,
no ancestors, no principles of
right and wrongnothing worth-
whileof their own.
The corollary of this is that it
is impossible for a person who
acquiesces in the white man's
definition of him as a Negro to
have any pride or dignity: for
both 1 expect and self-respect de-
pend upon having a "house of
your own." The Commandment
Keepers thus conceive of them-
selves as a "lighthouse in a sea
of darkness."
On what basis do the Com-
mandment Keepers conclude that
that the so-called Negroes are
really the Hebrews of the Bible?
The members of the sect arc de-
voted readers of the Bible, and
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PAUL W. BOUTILIER
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2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
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MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
Prescription Specialitti
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424
Holiday G.eetings From
SURGICIAL EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
4200 SALZEDO
CORAL GABLES
Phone 445-7841
Phone 642-4400
A Happy New Year
AIRLINER
MOT IX
Phone 634-2611
4155 N.W. 24th Street
MRS.ELIEINBINDER,
MRS. LEON DE HERSH
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and
Friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
MRS. HARRY AUGUST
AND FAMILY
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
know many long passage: of-f
by heart. What from their nq
point of view is the ?-r.ptUra;
proof of their identity? The.-,
are essentially two main poittt
The first is that Jacob .-. ,.' Maei
because he had a smooth skin
"as the black man invarl.>:> is'
and hence the patriarchs '
black. Solomon was ilso bla.-k
and Matthew contend- th,t the
Biblical phrase in The Song of
Solomon 1:5. in which Solomon
says, "I am black but comely,
O ye daughters of Jerusal
should be correctly translate^
as black and comely. 1 Indeed,
the Hebrew does permit
alternative. > The second point j
that they are the descendants o|
the union between King Salomon
and the Queen of Sheba wki
founded a line of Ethiopia He-
brew kings from Menclik I down
to Haile Selassie, the Li >n of Ja.
dah, who is covertly a H brew,
A third point, which obvious-1
ly goes beyond the question 0!
mere identity, Is Rabin Went-
A Happy New Year T; All
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HSCO'JNT DRUG STORES
We carry corr.plt.e Selection
of Barton's Candies
Fr Delivery
7880 Coral Way 221-S222
?01 Coral Way. C. GaB'ej
448-1728
2S25 S.W. 3 Ave 379-35:5
5898 Sunset Drive IS1-7SS1
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BILL EISNOR,
Realtor
6878 CORAL WAY
MO 1-4245
Holiday Greetings From
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Available under Mediae,
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by Physicians.
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Phone 371-4022
Happy Holiday To Mv
many friends and clients
M. D. FUTi'H
"Better Cass Homes
Since 1923"
975 Arthur Godfrey Road
JE 8-1843 Miami Beach
Hobday Greet
To The Jewish Co"
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-0032
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Commun'ty
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ELIAS DIAMOND
CUTTING INC.
117 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone FR 9-7397 .


today. October 2. 1970
vJenisti FhrMtoM)
Page 3-G
Lvov*!! A. Matthew's insistence
Itn;ii Noah, in Genesis 9:25, dirt
not curse Canaan to be a servant
0f servants because Noah was
drunk and God does not use in-
toxicated people to execute his
curses.
Tin primary grounds on which
the Black Jews seem to repudi-
ate Christianity is that it is not
their own. Judaism is the an-
heritage of the Ethiopi-
an Christianity i? the religion
0f it,, Gentiles, which in this
neans whites. In theory this
, might be assumed to result in
;nu of indifference toward
I Christianity aa merely the re-
l Hgion ol another nation, and as
the members of the sect look
m0Si inwardly to their own ritu-
als this might seem to be the
case. But the rejection of Chris-
tianity, no matter what freedom
from i.iecocupation with it the
high ".'int of their rituals may
provide, is hardly an indifferent
matter for these people; and
Matthew's sermons constitute a
(self-conscious and running attack
on Christianity not merely as an
erroneous doctrine but also as
the religion of a group which is
doomed to an apocalyptic de-
struction.
Judaism is thus not simply
"then" religion but the true re-
HOL1DAY GREETINGS
Mario Chuy
Beauty Salon
Phone 949-4106
725 N.E. 167th Street
NO. MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
For the Women Who Cares
- Holiday Greetings To -
- The Jewish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST.. MIAMI
691-0231
Holidcry Greetings From .
LeBLANC CLEANERS
209-23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4389
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
to the
Jewish Community
NORMANDY
CLEANERS
964 Normandy Drive
Miami Beach
Happy New Year
To All .. .
ACE
EMBROIDERY
3664 N.W. 48th Terrace
Miami 634-0228
ligion, the religion of a chosen
people:
Christianity violates the Ten
Commandments, keeps the Sab-
bath on the wrong day, and is
full of idolatry. It was with
Israel that God made the coven-
ant and it is Israel who will be
resurrected when the Messiah
comes. Only Israel has the Cab-
balistic Science. We are the
elect of Israel.
Intervened with such doctrinal
and apocalyptic reflections is a
moral objection to Christianity
or to be more precise, the Chris-
tianity with which they are fa-
miliar. This is its hallowing of
meekness which, as the following
remark by Matthew shows, is
immediately perceived in a ra-
cial context. Related to this is
the constant contempt and ridi-
cule which Matthew shows for
ecstatic religion that consumes
itself in other wordly orienta-
tion. "We need what kept the
Jews alive for 5000 years. This
is more than a few precepts or
an oily tongue. We need knowl-
edge."
One might ask, h o w e v e r,
knowledge of what and for
what? As we shall see, this in-
cludes Hebrew, the rules of kosh-
er foods, and the Cabbalistic
New Year Greetings To All
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Roof Cleaning & Painting
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
New Year Greetings
To All .
MORT'S
AUTO-HOME
Air Conditioner Service
7956 N.E. 4th Avenue
Phone: 861-2023 758-5922
Holiday Greetings From .. .
Moderne Bock
Shop, Inc.
5771 Sunset Dr., South Miami
666-2568
REV. & MRS.
JACOB D. KATZ
AND FAMILY
1183 N.E. 165 Street
North Miami Beach
wish their relatives and
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
MR. and MRS.
ABRAHAM KASOW
AND FAMILY
wish their relatives and
Friends A
Happy, Healthv, Peaceful
New Year
New Year Greetings To All
JENKS METALS
6501 N.W. 77 Avenue
Miami, Florida
Science of the House of Israel.
One might also expect it to in-
clude the Law in the most com-
prehensive sense. But here a
slight perplexity arises. The
closer they get to the concept-
ion of themselves as the bear-
ers of the Law, the closer they
get to Deuteronomy 28 with its
prophetic injunction that the
Children of Israel, if they dis-
obey the Law, will be re-en-
slaved and carried across the
sea in ships. Thus, while in one
way this confirms their identity as
Hebrews to themselves, it also
shifts the cause of slavery onto
the Negro himself. With a few-
exceptions this problem tends
to be passed over in silence.
Hebrew, as the Black Jews
contend, is the Lord's language,
the sacred language spoken by
Adam and Eve in the Garden of
Eden, their language which was
stolen from them during slavery.
And they hold it in all the awe
and reverence that they would
grant to their most sacred pos-
session.
Besides, as one of the teach-
ers in the Hebrew school stated
at the commencement exercises,
with her finger pointed to the
Continued On Page lt-G
THE KING FAMILY
ABE, ANNE MARTIN
HERBERT and FAMILY
Wish their Friends a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
Happy New Year To All
ANDRES'
PHARMACY
932 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Fla. 33130
Phone 377-0508
New Year Greetings
BLYSTONE
PLASTICS
1144S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami 35, Florida
Phone 643-3151
Happy New Year Greetings
from
PIC-A-PAC
No. 12
13095 West Dixie Highway
North Miami, Florida
Phone 891-6479
Happy New Year Greetings
To All ..
THE HASTA
RESTAURANT
2665 S. W. 37th Avenue
Phone 445-3636
Happy New Year To All
HOME MARINE
SERVICE INC.
2167 N.W. 12th Street
Phone 643-4521
In the book of life, blessing, peace and good
sustenance, may we be remembered and inscribed
before Thee, we Thy People Israel, together with
all mankind, for a happy life and peace. AMEN.
Thi High Holy Day Prayer Book,.
won i
nun*?
NEWMAN'
% tUNBRAL UOUM
TERRY, LISA and EDDIE NEWMAN
5731 170
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
Hurricane Awning Shutter Co.. Inc.
Patio Canopies Carports Marquees
Chain-Link Fences and All-Aluminum Shutters
Buy Direct from Factory and Save
1001 E. 24th Street, Hialeah 691-6616
Happy New Year And Best Wishes To All
DYSART'S POOL & PATIO WORLD
"A Wonderland of Pleasure"
To Buy A Pool ... To Service A Pool Just Call DYSART'S
"The Swimming Pool People"
For FREE Estimate Phone 944-1291
For Radio Dispatched Pool Service Phone 531-5069
operators on duty 24 hours
16160 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 944-1291
Open Daily 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DeBOLIAC ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
440 N.W. 29th Street 633-9851
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BARTON'S AGENCY OF CORAL GABLES
Greeting Cards Personalized Especially For You
212 Miracle Mile 445-1269
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CURTIS & KAPLAN, INC.
290 N.E. 181st Street 624-9665
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue 947-2567
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HUDSON'S SERVICE STATION
1185 N.W. 36th STREET 633-6988
Best Wishes for a Prosperous New Year
INTERIOR'S UNLIMITED, INC
456 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables 444-4201
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
WAIK1KI MOTEL
18801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
947-3451
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GREEN ACRES KENNEL
24201 S.W. 192nd Avenue 247-3098
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HAMPTON PRESS, INC.
405 N.W. 261 h Street 633-0676
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ALL TRAVEL INC.
1775 S.W. 3rd Avenue 377-0633


^age 6-G
+Je*ist> fhrSJiar
Friday, October 2, 19713
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Complete Marina Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
COMPANY
MIAMI. FLOHIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
S Mi
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF ALL THE
J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
Miami Phone 945-5981
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CLIMATROL CORPORATION
Emory Findley Jr., President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 887-2652
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GOLIGHTLY BROTHERS, ESC.
10470 S.W. 187h Street 235-3722
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GENERAL BUSINESS MACHINES
696 N.E. 125th Street 751-7597
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JOSEPH'S GROOMING PARLOR
19835 N.W. 2nd Avenue 624-1442
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAWY BOTTLING COMPANY
1440 North West 21tt Street Phone 634-8669
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
REAEE DE PARIS, INC.
Specialized Jewelry made to order
Diamonds and Precious colored stones
6608 Collins Avenue 865-7631
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
D'YERA FLOWERS
1927 West Flagler 642-4400
HAPPY NEW YEAR GRECTkNGS TO ALL
DEAN'S FAMOUS WAFFLE SHOP
AND STEAK HOUSE
Danny Gomez and Frank Gutierrec: Owners
3604 Coral Way 443-9147
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETLNGS TO ALL
TROPI-PAK FOOD PRODUCTS
Foods from Hawaii, China, Formosa, Korea,
Phillipines and Japan
8664 N.W. 48th Street 635-1968
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DuPONT PLAZA BARBER SHOP
300 Biscayne Blvd. Way 374-9978
Ego
Eccentricity
and
Psychoanalysis
Bv DR. ISAAC l.NTERMAN
Hassidim and fellow-believers gloat.
over recounting the well-known anecdote
by the Tzadick. the Rebbe Rab Mendele
of Kotzk.
A Hassid once asked: "Rabbi, it is
written explicitly that 'there is no righteous
man in the world that does not transgress,
so in what way does the Hassid excel
others? Why should he rank higher than
an ordinary sinner?
To which the Rabbi replied:
"True, no single person is absolutely
immune from sin; yet there is a big differ-
ence between a G-d-fearing man and a
wicked one. The former, while alive.
knows that he is, horrible dictu, siniul;
whereas the latter is aware that he is
alive by virtue of the fact that he is given
to evil doing."
Hassidim pass this utterance of their
Rabbi as an ancedote, but in reality the
story conveys quite a serious meaning.
relating to human psychology. The point
is that with human beings, sinningfar
from being an abnormal featis quite an
ordinary urae emanating from life itself.
There is no gainsaying that Rosh Ha-
shanah (Jewish New Year) is a purely re-
ligious holiday, by dint of the fact that
"man is tried on Rosh Hashanah" and
'the world was created on Rosh Hashan-
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOTEL'S SOUR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave.
FR 1-1426
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
AIR FLOW ALUMINUM PRODUCTS, INC.
7765 West 20th Avenue, Hi a lea h 821-4700
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO AIL
CORY COFFEE SERVICE PLAN INC.
Superb quality coffee for ON-THE-JOB breaks
For Information
350 N.E. 191 Street-621-3614
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 Biscayne Blvd. 371-7652
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
CARPET REMNANT KING, INC.
1160 N.W. 79th Street 693-2951
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO AL1
POSTON BRIDGE & IRON, INC.
3103 N.W. 20th Street 635-7303
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RICHARD PLUMER INTERIOR DESIGN
AND DECORATION
Residential-Business-Yacht Interiors
155 N.E. 40th Street 751 -9775
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KING'S MARTIN FLORIDA DIAMOND BROKER
407 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-2700
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CUSTOM DOORS & INTERIORS by MEHL
380 N.E. 191st Street 625-3451
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FUEKMAIV III IXIIEKS
TlffMAN BUM mtAHi JEHH BUM"
Hill S.W. 1761b STREET Ph. 235-7811
MR. MARTIN
LEIBOWITZ
wishes his relatives and
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
A Very Happy
New Year To All
RENOIR
BEAUTY
SALON, INC.
369 Westward Drive
Miami Springs
Phono 888-8820
Happy New Year Greetings
from
SAMBO'S
24-hour Service
2 Miami Beach Locations
6900 Collins Avenue
2701 Collins Aveneue
Haircutting
Styling
Tel: 887-8313
13 E. 1st Ave.
JOE CARLOW
Certified Barber College
Near Bank I Pix Shoes
Hialeah Dr., Hialeah
Healthy and Prosperous
New Year
from Ada Chris George
CLOSETS
DECOR
732 Arthur Godfrey Road
538-0625 (6)
New Year Greetings From
COURTESY
SALON
12504 N.E. 6th Avenue
North Miami
Phone 759-5413


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October 2. 1970
t'Jtn Ssti fferfdRan
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ah." However, even the Jew who looks at
things and events from a purely social-
psychologictri -point of view imputes great;
signihcanct to that day.
Rosh Hashanah and its all around im-
plications is perhaps more necessary and
useful to the modem and right-thinking
lew than to the Hassid and pious who i3
always an guard, knowing full well that
while he is alive he has a yen for sinning.
Furthermore, transgression constitutes
not necessarily only misdeeds committed
by man against God. Indeed, according
to the Jewish concept, sins are looked
upon as failure to abide by your commit-
ments to your fellow-men and society at
large, and not only to God. Surely at the
end of the year every practical business-
man takes inventory of his undertakings
to check on his assets and liabilities. So
why should not every right-thinking per-
son engage in morl stock-taking and see
whether or not he deserves to be a mem-
ber of society and whether or not his con-
duct is beneficial to society.
Man is tried on Rosh Hashanah be-
cause the world was created on Rosh Ha-
shanah. The individual can under no
circumstances disburden himself from his
belonging to the rest of humanity in ihis
world. Should he throw off his responsi-
bility, he turns egotistic, greedy, selfish,
and egocentris, with the result that sooner
or later he will be taken to task and most
likely get his retribution.
Rosh Hashanah is the holiday of in-
O
HAPPY NEW YEAR
From the Entire Staff of
3
VOLPE TOURS
1502 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Ph. 532-7326
& CALL US FIRST #
DR. ISAAC UNTKRMAN
trospection, of self-criticism. Hence it is
the most important day for every spiritu-
ally minded and tender feeling man.
Not every man is capable and cour-
< (.in imini On rae 10-G
r^aimondo
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
A Happy New Year To All
To All My
Clients and Friends
A UNITED
AUTO RENTALS
STAN FORMAN
1613 Alton Road
Miami Beach
532-2381
Holiday Greetings from
Atlantic
Equipment Co.
800 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 373-3351
Holiday Greetings
FANCY THAT!
STORES
1935 N.E. 163rd Street
-No. Miami Beach
666-6056
7214 Red Road
So. Miami
940-2503
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ROLLS ROYCE SALES & SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers ...
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berry Rolls Royce Inc,
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 633-6531
The, Best of Holiday
Greetings To All Our Friends
RELIATEX, Inc.
2201 N.W. 72 Avenue
Miami, 33144
Phone 888-7532
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE BEDDING ACCESSORIES
QUALITY LOW PRICES SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
WEST INDIES FRUIT
COMPANY
1201 Bricked Avenue 4th Floor Miami, Fla.
Phone 371-8473
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
D. W. BURTON
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, INC.
74 West 29th Street, Hialeah, Florida
887- 2087 887-0391
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautiful!
666-9733
MONOA* t FP.IDAV JfV .'
5718 S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
tou> ttOFESSMNAL
iltmore Courso
Lesions ay Aanointmenf
^JsaJafa lino o< Golfing faa'ami
1210 AN AST ASIA AVI.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LIVE & LET LIVE REXALL DRUG STORE
3520 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JULIUS CAESAR'S RESTAURANT
Corner 49th St. and E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah 681-6633
THREE
SISTERS
OTHER STORES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KAHN-CARUN & COMPANY INC.
3350 S. Pixie Highway 448-2683
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NORTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
2400 N.W. 75th Street
' Phone 691-7700
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ARTISTCALLY YOURS
1558 N.E. 165th St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 949-3221
i3
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ROYAL TOURS OF SOUTH MIAMI
7194 Red Road 667-6481
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CRUZ'S HAIR STYLISTS "%
7120 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 751-9215
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
1492 W. Flagler Street 643-5213
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BISCAYNE AWNING and SHADE CO.
242 South West 5th Street
Phone 373-6248
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MILDREDS OF BAY HARBOR ISLAND
1031 Kane Concourse, Miami Beach
Formerly Mildred* Crset Shop of Newark New Jersey
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DI FRANCO BEAUTY SALON
5601 Collins-861-1501
314-41 St., Miami Beach 531-5253
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-4122
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PROFESSIONAL CAREERS
Executive Recruiting
Conscientious Selections and Competency Assured ""
F. A. Winston Search Consultants
1175 N.E. 125 St., N. Miami 891-2536
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
OSCAR AWNINGS
Canvas CarportsPation AwningsBoat WorkCanopies
Fre* Estimates Prompt Financing Se Habla Espanol
12147 N.W. 7th Ave., N. Miami 681-2762


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Friday, October 2. I37jj
BAL HARBOUR VILLAGE
EXTENDS
BEST WISHES
FOR THE
YEAR AHEAD
GREETINGS...
LANE BRYANT
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MIAMI-42 S.E. 1st Street, Ph. 379-0771
MIAMI BEACH-1001 Lincoln Rd., Ph. 538-8411
DADELAND-7581 Dadeland Mall, Ph. 661-5313
FT. IAUDERDALE-2533 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ph. 566-7671
"Visit Our Fur Department and Compare"
Member Downtown Park-Shop
New Year:
Prepare
For
"Future
Shock"
Bv ROBERT E. SEGAL
It wasn't until the year 153 .
the Common Era thai theft.
mans gave the world the calen-
dar providing us with
Year on Jan. 1. 1;
many considered March 1 as the '
starting date.
But the patriarch if a]| ^
methods for marking time
the Hebrew Calendar, telling^
that we shall Inaug irate tfe
year on Oct. 1 In ttordaftj
with the Commandment set for; i
in Leviticus: "In the seven]
month, on the first of ij,|
month, shall be a solemn resl
unto you. a memorial .roclairrJ
ed with the blast : lorns, j|
holy convocation."
A blast of horns?
Yes, the shofar >unds and I
has sounded down the miileMa,
summoning us to th espobri.
bilities of the New Year metre-
minding us that the ,: i..t
gone may well have been a rim.
er one for mankind if gretkr
effort had been made to etf
wars, heal the sick, .rvi sk
justice.
It occurs to this oh- .or thai
it might be helpful for nanyn
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEAUTY LOUNGE HAIR STYLISTS
9488 Harding Ave., Surfside
Phone 865-9342
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DANGELOS BEAUTY SALON
1441 Alton Road, Miami Beach JE 8-0755
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
SALES CORPORATION OF AMERICA
and
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH FROMKIN
4600 N.E. 2nd Ave. 751-254
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BISCAYNE ROOFING CO.
5180 East 11th Ave., Hialeah 688-4668
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DESIGNERS SHOWCASE INC.
3775 N.W. 81st Street
Phone 696-1496
Happy New Year To All
JACK AVIC'K & SONS
217 North West 36th Street
Phone 757-6542
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DEZSO CUSTOM TAILOR
Euronean Custom Tailoring
1825 N.E. 164th Street
Phone 944-5829
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
3600 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4665
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
750 N.W. 96th STREET
Phone 696-1452
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
Ksrystal 5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NORTH MIAMI GARAGE
11835 W. Dixie Highway 759-0263
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE DUBLIN COMPANY
5050 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 759-4361
APPLIANCE REPARIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Wl 7-8041 1784 N c 163rd S,re*
To ALL GREETINGS WILLIAM E. WARSAW and SAUL ZALKA
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
& HARBOR LOUNGE
133579th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DITCH l Kkl \. tO., I3fC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 634-7411
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
PAREMTS PIZZA
TAKE OUT FOODS
"AT REASONABLE PRICES"
6743 MILLER ROAD
PH. 667-9209
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1119 $\V 1st ST. Miami
FR 3-2718
653 Collins Ave. Minr- Seodi
Ph. 531-6773
1138 Normandy Drive
Phone UN 6-592?
Wish AN Their Patrc
Friends a Happy Ne/. 'ear
SAVOY HOTEL
A Happy New Yea' To All
"Open Year Arc. nd"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374-3086
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TROPICAL
PAPER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami Iniernat'l Air _-3cot
Building 2144 Ph. TU i-3459
Miami, Florida
MR. & MRS. LOUIS SHERR1
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
extend best wishes for a
Happy New Year T-. All
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J. Rosnick
and Family
Holiday Greetir.33
Ben Grabers
ladies Wear
163rd St Shopping Center
1325 N.E. 163rd St.
Biscavne Shopping Ph
945-4171 7512443
I


nday. October 2, 1970
* Jewish fhrUBam
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1. c -ntemplating the New Year
L take note at this season of
?Future Shock," a book certain
] |. widely discussed and care*
I examined in the year 5731.
I n this study by Alvin Tof-
I I > :sitini: scholar at the Uus-
\'., |1 Sage Foundation, there is a
I irkable response to the sho-
]...,- blast, sugRestinfc that it is
I ,1 only a new year heraled
|;nt also a new era.
Toffler points out what re-
I ns of our own lives and the
vears stretching before our ehil-
;,,. and their children will be
j times of electrifying achieve-
profoiind change, and
Itreat potential for good as well
|?.s for evil.
Factors dominating modern
[living are creating a fire-storm
lif change in Toffler's judgment.
(Nothing now (sivc, hopefully,
the verities guiding our souls!
.s permanent. The twin forces
I of acceleration and transcience
I are. in Toffler's words, "alerting
Ihe texture of existence, ham-
| moving our lives and psyches in-
to new and familiar shapes. We
r.iust understand how- the why
Happy New Year To All
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI uEACH
Phone: 534-4628
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
JONATHAN TURK
Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 864-6515
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ABBOTT
MILLS
3420 North West 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Phono 444-6531
Happy Holiday
Greetings From
SHAW
and
BURDICK
1245 N.W. 21 Street, Miami
I Phone 371-0449
A Happy New Year To All
HONEY & TOM
JONES
settii'downs
1764 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
373-9571
they confront us, for the first
time, with the explosive poten-
tial ol future shock."
Consider with Toffler (as we
see the New Year approaching i
"the hurricane impact of the
accelerative thrust" of life on
earth today. A super-industrial
society is rapidly coming into
existence to determine the na-
ture of our work, our leisure,
our movements, our jagged re-
lationships with other humans,
places, things. Impermance rules
us. The dizzy pace of life in our
master. We see other people as
fast moving dots and dashes;
some become tentative acquaint-
ances: a few, friends. Rut even
our friendships are enhemeral,
so quickly are we jerked from
neighborhood to new locale.
(In a single year. 3S.6C0.000
Americans change place of resi-
dence*.
Wc are the hitchhikers of the
20th century, Toffler has con-
cluded. And because we are im-
pelled by the nature of our work
and by the attractiveness of easy
travel to move fast and so often,
our allegiancces are now to cor-
DADE
APPAREL
Extends To All A Very
Haopv and Prosoerous
New Year To All .
405 E. 10th Court, Hialeah
Phone 887-0352
porations rather than to a lie-
loved spot we once knew as
home.
Modern modular families rent
homes, furniture, paintings, and
even temporary friends. Our
throw-away society builds his-
tory's most terrifying rubbish
pile. Rapid obsolescence intensi-
fies the fragmented nature of
our living. It seems natural now
no longer to be whole men and
women.
Toffler suggests that wc must
construct "Utopia factories" to
cope with the tempo and up-
heaval of today and tomorrow.
Beyond that he sees a pressing
need to halt the runaway accele-
ration if we can. His cardinal
hope is that as the speed of
change illuminates the great
problems of war, ecological in-
cursions, racisms and the obscene
contrast between rich and poor,"
we shall find the wisdom and
ingenuity to survive future
shock, to outride mass irra-
lionahsm, and to maintain a
variable world.
Harken to the shofar! It is
not alone a New Year dawning
it is a new era. terrifying in
its speed and challenging in its
revelations.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Rentals Sales
15061 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
(Coral Reef Shoppinq Center;
Phone 233-2690
81C N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 758-4774
(O ALL GREETINGS
Russell House Movers, Inc.
House Movina and Raising-Florida's Most Reliable House Movers
Established 1918
Both Frame and Masonry Construction
7120 N.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33138
24 EMERSON STREcT, ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GEIGER DISTRIBUTORS
1160 N.W. 72nd STREET MIAMI
Telephone: 836-1331
"Heating and Air Conditioning"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUPERIOR GAS CORP.
OF MIAMI
2850 S.W. 71st AVE. Call 223-1261
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CAPT. S. HAMWAY
New Popeye
HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
L1EBERMAN MOVtNG
A\D STORAGE
1204 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-4440
*
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI, INC.
1930 N.W. 23rd Street Phone 635-4581
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
MAYOR and MRS. DAVE LAPHAM
MAYOR OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
15 N.E. Hth STREET, MIAMI
358-3444
HOLIDAY GREETING? FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LOUIE AGUIRRE PAINT & BODY SHOP, INC.
7U1 N.W. 6th Ct. 754-8659, 757-9681
OUR SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
VELVET TOUCH BEAUTY SALON
5746 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phon 666-6281
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Catering for all Occasions Meat and Fish
OSBORN'S SKYLAKE DELI and CATERING
Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Sat.
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun.
1730 N.E. 185th Street Phone 947-6295
CHIPPY S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
Phone 446-7031
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
3o0 West Flagler St.
Phone FR 3-5514
MR. and MRS. ALEX SCHNEIDMAN
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR


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9-JewUtfkrtBam
Friday, Octobw 2, \ tanan hm
><
&4* vriih the BO**i**$ years
our minds and wisdom mature
and our outlook on life becomes
more meHow, we pause to offer
thanks for all the blessings
of the past and to wish to
all of our friends
aU of the blessings that a
bountiful and merciful God
can bestow
f-^eace of heart and mind
and goodfortune thrttont
the coming ycar-
Gordon Funeral Home
CMANUEl GORDON, Decease', founder
HARBT CORDON, Deceased
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO.
1227 N.W. 21t STREET Ph. 374-6143
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GOLDEN HAND KNIT SHOP
5841 S.W. 73rd Strreet 665-2492
DESIGNS BY GRACE POLINER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TRUDYS BEAUTY SALON
12587 K.W. 7th Ave., N. Miami 681-0712
i*T w# _____________________
A'HfcfFY NEW YEAH TO ALL .'
^"TRACY HAIR STYLIST
6269 S.W. 8th St., Miami 661-3386
X
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SHIRK'S SCHMOTTA SHOP
- Quality DouWemint Polyetter fabric* at
Wholesale Prices to You.
Open 9 to 5 Weekdays 12 to 5 Sunday
13038 MM. 7th Awe., N. Miami 688-3065
-"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAPRI'S BEAUTY SALON
18 S.E. 1st St., Miami 377-8188
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .' .
COLONIAL CUT RATE DRUGS
6835 W. 12 Ave., Hialeah -821-4110
Ego Eccentricity and Psychoanalysis
(onliniMl I'rwn "*-G ...
sgeous enough to effect a psychoanalysis,
self criticism oa himseli There are such
spiritually mutilated creatures who are
oo deeply immersed in a mine of demorali-
zation and degeneration. Even the great
psychoanalyist Sigmund Freud would not
oe able to help those people. For such
people Rosh Hcshanah is merely a day
3f "note writing." in which, because of
their quasi-modern ideas, don't believe.
They fail to see in it the ennobling social-
psychological end universally ethical sig-
lificatca so clearly pronounced and so
easily accessible to the perception.
These people strut about with an af-
fected air of superiority. They always
like to pose as cultured, educated and
sympathic. They carry with them all the
time a borrowed stock of bombastic words
and phrases, as though they, and only
they, were the Messiahs, the saviors of
humanity, the "thirty-six sacred saints" in
whose merit the continued existence of
the world is made possible.
The truth of the matter is that this keep-
ing aloof from Jewish life, Jewish activi-
ties, and Jewish holidays and practices,
is nothing else than a plain estrangement
from everything Jewish, resulting from ig.
norance, from lack of knowledge and un-
derstanding.
Oftentimas, this stems from lack of
rharacter too; from their egotism and the
pursuance of material gains. To be sure,
somewhere a spark is still smouldering
within them, calling, rousing, demanding
and protesting. But the self-corr.p!ccency
Df such people is too deeply Imbedded;
and in lieu of yielding to the call of his
conscierce, he hides himse/ increas-
ingly more in a halo of pretended mod-
ernism, of ostensible free thinking and
mundane identity.
Indeed, he knows too well that he b
putting en airs, that he is not natural;
that his modernism, free thinking and
humanitarian ideas are only a badly fit
garment. But he does it covetously, al-
though in his subconscience he is aware
that it is sheer deception.
The story has it that a tutor cf small
children, returning home to his wife and
children, at the end of a semester of
teachership in a village, suddenly began
to cry and moan that he had lost hi3
purse containing the entire fee of the
season of teaching. This happened, while
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc.
1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
Phone FR 4-9081
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
YAGER SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, Inc.
4593 E. 10th Avenue Ph. 688-9606
A VERY HAFPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOLTZMAN
1031-5th Street, Miami Beach Ph. 538-0421
A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL .
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT
2235 W. Elagler Street 642-5060
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HANDSEL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
25 N.W. 57th Avenue 661-2543
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HANSLEY OF MIAMI, INC.
2250 North Miami Avenue 371-8089
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BUTLER AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
1077 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 693-4831
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BIRD ROAD ELECTRIC MOTOR COMPANY
7340 S.W. 42nd Street 223-1421
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CARNIVAL FRUIT COMPANY
1 Alton Road, Miami Beech
Phone 538-4558
A Happy New Year To All
Tropics Hotel
1550 COUINS AVE., MB,
Mr. & Mrs. Al Podvin
and Fanily
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customer*
'CHIC '
COIFFEURS
Open Thurs. & Fri. Mite
By Appo:r.tT>e"t
9346 MILLER ROAD
Phone 271-9552
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
BAY HARBOR
GALLERIES
FREOA KRUSE (Director)
1007 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island
New Year Greetings
From ..
A. J. ALEXANDER
401 N.W. 71st Street
Miami, Florida
A Happy New Year To All
George
BERNSTEIN
and
FAMILY
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
SheraMiafl Ft.r *?{
Small (nfiee # '*""
8195 N.W. 17th AVE.
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
P.t. Tett.. 6V*#f
.


. October 2, 1970
uWft noridlar
Page li-G
hding. alon vagon. ,
The oldster tore his hair, lamenting
with bitter tears. "What is he going to do
Jnow?" He was on the verge of commit-
Iting suicide. A half year he was strug-
Iqling in the village, cried out his lungs
[with the undocile youngsters. And now
I that he got around to saving some money
to provide his family with holiday neces
s.ikes, this calamity befell him.
Mister, "the co-riders appealed to him.
"MCaoh well in your pockets, perhaps in
tlie bosom pocket or pants pockets."
I did," cried the wretched man. 1
searched all the pockets with no avail."
Whereupon one of the group in the
covered wagon, on noticing how the old-
ster clutched the praying shawl bag to
his chest, discharged himself of:
"Mister, maybe you hid the treasure in
the Talith bag. Just for the fun of it take
a look there."
"What a wise guy you are!" resen'.ed
he village Melamed. "There is the only
ray of hope left and you want me to give
that up to."
And so the cock-of-the-walk philoso-
pher refused to look into the praying
shawl bag.
Hw Commandment Keepers Of Harlem
Continued l'rom 5-G
nriiw, "Hebrew i.s not a lan-
, if the street."
ill (he new members im-
rtial' lv learn the words "Slv.i-
." and "Shalom Aleichem.'
Lch they thenceforth us;' in
Eeiing each other, and begin
.study Hebrew in evening
h~. ... (The children come in
, afternoon after school where
fry arc taught by Matthew, i
male members are each
ken a Hebrew name: when
cy are sufficiently advanced
fcy can Ik- then called to the
U> read a portion of the
Holiday Greetings From
PARK TV
tales & Service
| Rentals Antennae
239-23 Street
| Miami Beach -532-3198
IAMI BEACH
RADIO CO.
1229 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH,
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AND BEST WISHES
TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
Happy New Year
used
Insured
HERBERT
SIEGEL
Painting Decorating
FREE ESTIMATES
I. Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
17018 W.Dixie Highway
Phone 947-6894
Holiday Wishes ... To All
My Friends and
Former Patrons
IELEN MILLER
(formerly of Perfect
Corset Shop)
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
Flowor Shop
>ur Wedding Work is Superb
j Flowers for All Occasions
I "A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
Mr. and Mrs*
CLAUDt
RENSHAW
wish their
many friends
a very happy
NEW YEAR
Toiah or to recite the Messing
of the Turah. While some read
the words of the Toiah wry
haltingly, others read with great-
er ease. Everyone, of course,
knows ih blessing, which Is
soon learned by rote: and some
of the Hebrew songs are trans-
literated.
The Black Jews proully as-
sert that they arc Strictly kosh-
er. They use kosher salt aivl
kosher soap anil there is no
question that apart from He-
brew, the most important sin-
gle meaningful religious ele-
ment for these people is ol>-
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
D'ANGELO'S
BEAUTY SALON
1441 Alton Road
Miami Beach
PhoneJE 8-0751
Happy and Prosperous
Nw Year From
THEKRIEGER
FAMILY &
AMPCO
PRODUCTS, INC.
7795 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah
Phone 821-5700
Best Wishes for a Prosperous
And Happy New Year
JOHNNY'S
RECORD SHOP
5996 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 634-9177
Holiday Greetings
MAGDA'S
BEAUTY SHOP
(Formerly Tania's)
1547 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 538-1923
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-5594
Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Goldstein
end Daughters
DOROTHY and LOIS
of 1710 Bay Drive,
Isle of Normandy
Wish Their Relatives
and Friends
A Happy New Year
servance oi the rule against
eating of unkoshcr foods. In this
sect these are pork, crabs, cat-
fish, and lobsters as well as
duck, frankfurters, and hear. All
of these are regarded as un-
healthy.
The Black Jews have their
weekly services on Friday nights
and Saturdays, both morning
and afternoon, and. as stated in
a poster outside the synagogue,
they celebrate all Jewish holi-
days, if somewhat in their own
way. This is in addition to such
festivities as Bar Mitevahs (con-
uiinations) and weddings.
A Prayer For A Year Of Pence
For All Mankind
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kutun
And Family
OUR SINCERE WISHES TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. BURTON YOUNG
DAVID and FRANCI
BEST WISHES FOA A
HAPPY MEW YEAR
CENTURY
PLATING
3134 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 444-8249
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
KEY BISCAYNE HOTEL & VILLAS
701 Ocean Drive
361-5431
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BLUE BIRD
BAKERIES
9461 Miller Drive
Phone 271-1235
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HANDELL
PRINTING CORP.
290 N.W. 71st Street
Phone 754-8657
H. Handelsman, President
Concrete Hoisting *! Ereeted
Bar Joists Set *" "d Dra
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
N. POPENHAGER
-CRANES-
Phone HI 3-2652 2534 Lincoln Avenue
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BOBBY DYKES INSURANCE
Boat-Fire-Life and Auto Liability
3205 S.W. 27th Avenue 448-9667
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL .
FROM THE ...
BUTTER FAMILY
Happy New Year To All
COKER
PLUMBING
5845 S.W. 68th Street
Miami, Florida
MO 7-7579
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 Biscayne Blvd. 757-0616
Greetings .
JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN
Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
Phone HI 4-6161
1300 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Happy New Year
ALFRED
BLEEMER
OF FE1NER ORGANIZATION
350 Lincoln Road
Phone 531-1211
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy NewYear
to My Many Friends and Customer*-------------
SALLY BALABAN GIFTS*
2605 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 53^-0247
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL"".*.'.*
SHELMAR BAKERY
Formerly HOLIDAY BAKERY
1040 Alton Road, Miami Beach 532-2112
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GEORGE RIDISH
Phone 945-6918
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RAY GERARDO
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Expert Diamond Setting
340 Seybold Bldg. 373-5914
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
HIALEAH JCNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Ph. 688-4621


Pooe 1G
* Jenlst Heritor
Friday. October 1 13*1
brs U the* for a Prosperous and Hapo/ New rear
LADY BARON BARONESS SHOES
161 Sonny Isles Boulevard
165 Sunny Isles Boulevard
17210 Collins Avenue
Happ/ New faff And Best Wishes To All
EDISON FURNITURE
Open Daily 9 to 6 Mon. and Fri Til 9
Except Sundays No Finance Charqes Easy Terms
WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING
"NORTH MIAMI'S FINEST'
545 N.E. 125th Street
Phone 751-2485
To All Best Wishes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
Wax Paper, Freizer Paper, Delicatessen Paper, 'Tropical"
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Uncle Eric's Happy Town
The Store Whera the Unusual is Usual Imported and Oom!c Tv
2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone 444-0470
...
I*U ,
- Holiday Greetings -
- To The Jewish Community -
TOBY'S CAFETERIA
MR. and MRS. IRVING B. KAPLAN
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FLORIDA TAG & LABEL CO., INC
1020 E. 16th Street, Hialeah
Phone 885-4916
Holiday Greetings
PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGl
Automatic TransmissionPaint & Bodv Work
COMPLETE ONE-STOP Carburetor and Tune-Uo
6600 S.W. 62nd AVE., So. Miami 661-6041
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TONY ANTHONY BEAUTY SALON
6981 Coral Way 226-6662
Jewish Bravery In The Soviet Union
< ontinu*-d From S-G
- o: eeonfje tc fte
trie grr.trmr
etJOMt emi?ra"
cwiij stUck is esntJdeied by I
> .
EWB IN THK Soviet Union have Vz
ttHrrr eoon ----.;
at a news eonfi
Paris in December, 19%. declartug that S -
..- tanrili -
y. Hii
v. as published in the S
i the feeling '
... :-..
I I .-.

the 51 t-Daj Wat .- I m the
I
. i .'" ns* a- ar;
;. A tl Soviet Ui
lividual Jews ..
pp!ying for permits I
reUt..... in brae] II He
vidu who had a i ready applied Cor
permits: fearing 'hat they might b
: an enemy count.-.'
they attempted to withdraw their applica-

But the more courageous Jews found su-<-
port in their requests for visas to l?rael in
Article 13, Paragraph 2. of the Univi
.: :-'.
~ r ?ht to le*n
trj wn, and return
UK idea it ex;- *,..
....
of A
e PiesMaum of the
Ceort of rfcrt Union on Jan 22
re thai, a year and a half after tht '. -~.
i
IT I* THE : by the Soviet
men) I tl itl Intet n-.,-..
UK eourageo is >j
- Jewry to renew their
Israel H tarn tat
net ratiiical [ the pact ai
--
bich tl government is a .-._
.-.. lemend : jr emig
i that they might
fall} b>
The S -' vernmenl iei sit
dominating roll I ; United Na-
rig that :t may be at
i a liding by U.N. international pact!
I itself approved, was embarra*
c Ueetive Jewish demands for emigr
Israel II could not charge the signal
thesa -emands with committing ant.-.?
The charges again.-- WITH
pUc >r.u were trumped up on other
thai they wished to '.-
DRAKE
PROPERTIES,
IXC.
HAROLD SEHRES
Buddy Sehres
BUDDY SEHRES
and
STUART SEHRES
200 W.21st STREET
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HARRY'S
KOSHER MARKET
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531-9808
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th A/enue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
VENETIAN NURSING I
CONVALESCENT HOME
fo au rm CAM
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami
379-7649
AR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECT0I
Administrators
BEST
WISHES
FOR
.-1 Happy fliew Year
c
oitip/iiticn.'s
Of
MIAMI BEACH
YACHT CORP.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
538-4365
538-7621
Located in Beautiful
Coral Gables
VILLA (ORTEZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W. 8th Street.
Coral Gables
445-5453
Holiday Greetings fo the
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
Phono 864-3611
A Happy New Yea- Te -
STAR TRAVEL
865-0357
220-71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREET::."53
FROM
COLONIAL ACRES
MOBILE HOME PARK
9674 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone 696-6231
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
"PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS"
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
West Miami
Phone 661-7097
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
JONES
GULF SERVICE
14005 W. Dixie Hwy
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 891-2052
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Mechanical Contractors
Coolinq and Heatinq
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 888-2634
GREETINGS
GOLDFARR &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Satcialhinq in
COMMERCIAL on 4 INDUSTRIAL
REAL ESTATE
6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 757-7631
Holiday Greetings
ROB ST I BBS
MOTORS
1836 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 634-4567
AhAPPYNEWYEARTOAiL
The Gardiner
School
140 N.E. 119th STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
GREETINGS!
DORWINS
MEN'S & BOYS SHOf
"Smart Shop for Young Me
1574 Washington ^
Miami Beach


October 2. 1970
+Jnlsiti nrrSdffon
Page 13-G
i Union for Israel.
Lu& the. Jewish year past was marked
Tver) important turn in the strategy of
It Jews to secure emigration. For the
[time since the Six-Day War the Soviet
brities had to pay attention to Jewish
cations for emigration visas, and al-
u'h they could postpone action on those
Ications indefinitely, they could not arrest
L,> merely on the charge of seeking cmi-
ion to Israel.
[FACT, a small breakthrough did come
trine the year in granting Soviet Jews por-
tion to leave the country for Israel. It is
mated that 80,000 Jews have applied so
for such r*'rmits- Their applications lay
Lant somewhere in the offices of OVIR,
I Soviet agency which deals with exit visas.
Lever, a very small number of applica-
| have during the year been approved.
The number is insignificant. It is a mere
kle. H may reach a total of 100 or more
i .lain months. However, the fact that the
Hot authorities have begun to recognize as
l| the move by Soviet Jews to seek emi-
lion to Israeleven now, when no diplo-
[c relations exist between Moscow and
lusalem is important. The Netherlands
:.-.-> in Moscow handles Israeli consular
1 Irs arid is issuing Israeli visas whenever
Soviet authorities permit an applicant to
Igrate from the country.
lAmong the small number of Jews permitted
leave tor Israel last year was Nehama
Uiitz, the Yiddish folk singer who for years
ehted large audiences in the Soviet Union
with her Jewish songs. Her leaving was sig-
nificant. Soviet authorities have always cited
fhe concerts of Miss Lifshitz as proof that
Jewish culture is not being suppressed in the
Soviet Union. Her emigration to Israel was a
blow to the Soviet argument that Jewish
artists feel themselves at home in the U.S.S.R.
The authorities were obviously afraid to reject
her application for emigration because such
rejection would have been contrary to the
Soviet international obligations. The refusal
of an exit visa to Miss Lifshitz, whose name
is well known abroad, would have, no doubt,
attracted attention abroad, and that was what
the Kremlin wanted to avoid.
ABOUT THREE months before the Presi-
dium of the Supreme Court of the So-
viet Union ratified the International Con-
vention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Racial Discrimination -which provides for
Racial Discriminationwhich provides for
freedom of emigrationI visited Moscow. It
was about two weeks after Rosh Hashanah
in 19158.
A high Soviet official with whom I dis-
cussed issues concerning Soviet Jewry, as
well as Soviet-Israel relations, was trying to
convince me that the Kremlin is not intent
on the annihilation of Israel by the Arabs.
He indicated to me that something important
was going on behind the scenes in the Kremlin
with regard to Israel, but did not say what.
When I asked him whether the Soviet gov-
ernment will permit the emigration of So-
Continued On Page 14-G
Happy New Year To All
PHESS
15 N. MIAMI AVENUE
FR 4-3587
[Happy New Year To All
ff*m
STANLEY BORNSTEIN
linole Tile Co.
34 S.W. 75th Avenue
226-8381
A Happy New Year To All
Sol Megdell
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 8-8551
>y New Year To All .
ALLES
lllieast Corp.
Is West 19th Avenue
Kialeah, Florida
iPhone 822-0940
ROSE L. GUNTHER
SUN DECK COTTAGES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our
Friends and Clients
fey Greetings From .
Iarne electric
ring North Dade Area
Mir* Rpwir'ng New Work
psidentlal Commercial
120 N.E. 12th Avenue
North Miami Beach
947-0375
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK Z ISM AN
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
and Best W.shes to All
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
A. D. SMITH
REALTY CO.
260-96th Street
866-9755
Surfside, Florida
SIEGEL
OIL
7400 N, W. 30th Avenu*
Telephone:
OX 1-4411
Sinclair Products
Since 1934
Extends to all
A Very Happy
New Year
[CANTOR and MRS.
BEN GR0SSBERG
and daughters
rVtari, Judy and Suzy
sh their relatives and
'fiends a HaDpy and
frosperou;, New Year
MR. and Mrs.
ALFRED I. MOSS
A NO FAMILY
ph Their Relatives and FrieitiU
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
A Happy New Year To All .
HOWARD
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
Holiday Greetinqs From
swm V SPORT
SHOPS
Cutler Ridge Shopping Center
Dadeland Shopping Center
163 St. Shopping Center
111 Miracle Mile
Holiday Greetings .. .
SUNULAND
PKT SHOP
Salt Water Fish Aquariums &
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Kwy.
Phone 235-1821
Holiday Greetings To All
FOURTEEN
K SHOP
1650 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
Telephone 531-6267
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al. GOTLIEB
Phono 377-9302
Ho'idav Orfotir,n<: to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskat
REALTORS
529 Arthur God'rev Re'.
MIAMI RPAfH
Phone J5 8-0631
-%.

As the Jewish New Year 5731 unfolds
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
extends its wishes for a Shonah Tovah,
a year of peace,
happiness and well-being
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Ave., Miami
885-1689
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
E. "Buck" Leatherman
Clerk of Circuit Court
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
UNITED OFFICE
I I H \f TI If #: WHOLESALERS IIVC.
Join Some Of Florida's leading Firms
and Buy UNITED
535 N.W. 24th STREET Phone 374-7479
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
ic WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
122 W. 23rd STREET HIALEAH
Phone 885-1641
Greetings To All Our Eriends and Customers
FLORIDA GAS COMPANY
23C0 BISCAYNE BLVD. 371-1674
MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP
Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday
3 Month Guarantee on Work Done-By Us!
9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 7-7615
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
CUR JEWISH FRJRND3 RND CUSTOMERS
CERTIFIED SUEDE and
LEATHER CLEANERS
734 S.W. 22nd AVENUE
DIAL 642-7920
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. ond MRS. PHILIP R0MER
end Family
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31s Place. H:aleah
Phone 822-1200


Full Text
October 2. 1970
+Jnisti fkriofinun
Page 13-1
the balcony of the Montreal City Hall,
[jo Quebec libre." the French fact or better
ihe force behind French-Canadian national-
cmamlir.K a separate state for Quebec, had
Canadian Jews thinking. A free Quebec
not only the non-entity of Canada as a
djcal body but also a threat to a free society.
rcrj0US implications for freedom-loving Jews.
erefore. in the last April provincial elec-
when for ,nc tirst timc in nistorv a sep-
fc-i party L*' Party Quebecoissolicited the
of the French-Canadians, the election was
Led by all Jews, but especially by the 125.-
living in Quebec, with a sentiment of deep
rhension. Every Jew knew the force of the
blowing in the separatist sails and also the
Clarity enjoyed by its leader. Mr. Rene Lev-
a radio commentator and former Liberal
ktrr. The foxy I-cvesquc courted everyone in
from the Now Left to the sympathizers of
L|ah and from the bourgeois nationalists to
Inxious Jews. He even nominated a youn^
lawyer as counter-candidate of the pop-
overnmental candidate, a Jewish doctor, in
the well-known Jewish ridings.
r results of the vote in that particular
U in other ridings with a significant
I population, demonstrated the Jewish one-
ot only that Jews renounced their picnics
If games and exercised their electoral
hut they voted almost unanimously for the
|1 candidates, reclecting Dr. Victor Gold-
a Montreal podiatrist and Harry Blank, a
t.i! lawyer, with overwhelming majorities.
h the BouraSM Liberals in saddle for the
ur years, the Jews are breathing easier.
one forgets that every year some new
80.C00 people get the right to vote and that the
immense majority of the students, like their
professors, clergy and intellectuals are pro-
separatists. They cannot forget also that "anglo-
Saxon Jews" is an expression coined by the sep-
aratist and that in their first show of force the
separatists had collected not less than 24 percent
of the general vote cast. It is true that Renee
Levesque was defeated and so were his other
lieutenants but the force of their agitation has
not yet been wholly spent. It can be reactivated
if the young and smiling Quebec Premier, the
37-year-old Robert Bourassa, a Harvard and
London School of Economics graduate, fails to
deliver the goods: one hundred thousand new
jobs for the seething young electorate.
Neverthelt ss, the separatists, the New Left,
and the various blends of anti-Semitism had not
created a Jewish exodus, nor is there the inten-
tion among the established Jews of leaving "la
belle province."
It is therefore quite a curious fact to read in
the July/August issue of the Washington pub-
lished National Jewish Monthly under the sig-
nature of an eminent columnist like Rabbi Reu-
ben Sionim of the Toronto Telegram that "there
is a movement of Jews from Quebec to other
provinces, although it is denied by Jewish leaders
,n Montreal, who are, admittedly in a difficult
j'psition."
As a true talmudic scholar, Rabbi Sionim
makes the following comments: "Jews'*- writes
Rabbi Sionim"have always felt more at home
:.n an Anglo-Saxon culture. In Ontario, for exam-
Continued On Page 14-1
ti YEAR GREETINGS
IOZ-ALL
FLORIDA, INC.
R YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL
445-2427
rs. Sally Gardner
|ND5 BEST WISHES FOff A
HAPPY NfW YEAR
'To All Her friends
spy New Year To All .
leurette, Inc.
HANDBAGS
S.W. 8th STRICT
MIAMI
Phone 371-3021
liday Greetings To Our
fiends and Customers
)NZI MARINE
MO N.E. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
[PPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
C. Tool Corp,
N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
^y New Year To All
M. and MRS.
pNALO FARBER
and MRS.
TON RICHMOND
r-.APPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HALLETT PONTIAC
6701 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone: 667-7501
A Happy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
OXford 1-5881
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
PETER M. LOPEZ
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FAIR HAVENS
IUTHHAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING CENTER
201 Curtis* Parkway. Miami Springs Tel. 887-15651
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone HI 3-0620
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SUNAID FOOD PRODUCTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phene NE 5-1381
GREETINGS
FRANK J. ROONEY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
Phone PL 7-5751
TO ALL GREETINGS
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
"We Never Cloie"
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone FR 3-8445
.MILLS j |BUr^NBTT
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM...
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
3905 N.W. 37th COURT MIAMI
PHONE: 633-2686
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SERBIN, INC
Palmer Paper Company
DIVISION OF HAMMERMIU. PAPER CO.
3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SURFBOY LIMITED
841 WEST 17th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-3828
IRVING NATHAN, President
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL i.|l#van
IMVIKSAI. FIRE ARMS CORP.
3746 E. 10th COURT HIALEAH
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
r
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
2519 N.W. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 635-0130 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooperman
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Phone 891-6551
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
"Arnold Schecter
NORTHSIDE TIRES & SERVICE
10550 BISCAYNE BLVD.

PHONE 754 1665


Friday, October 2, 1970
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ROSH HASHONAif
A Prayer of Rosh Hashonah That Cod will Richly Bless Your Heart and Home
and Loved Ones with Peace and Happiness
From the Officers, Board of Directors, Membership, Aged Residenls and thi>
Executive Director of the
MIAMI BEACH
Hebrew Home For The Aged


320 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 532-6491
Playing Cards Is Favorite Pastime at Miami Beach Hebrew Home for Aged
Mrs. M. H. Schurowitzz, assistant director of nursing, supervises game
Deeply rooted in the Judaic tradition is the commitment to care for the Aged, to make their lives in
their waning years gentle and fulfilled with respect, affection and dignity.
The Hebrew Home for the Aged of Miami Beach embodies this commitment.
For almost fourteen years this home has been a dynamic force in sheltering and providing treatment-
for the elderly.
No matter how youth-orienled our society becomes, the old will always be with us. And they will
have to depend on you and us. Our home must grow for the sake and welfare of the aged. There's
an immediacy and urgency for this expansion; our home must grow.
A new addition to our present extended care facility, a long term nursing care unit and a new resi-
dential care facility is needed now.
The building now in use for residential care is out-moded and must be replaced by modern facilities
incorporating the best of home for the aged architecture and planning.
Our aged look to you and our community to see that these facilities are built as soon as possible
We cannot, we must not fail them.
^ ijwjii "HONORED IS THE GIVER WHO GRANTS LIFE TO OTHERS"
Your gift of $500 or more will be memorialized at The Miami Beach Hebrew Home For
The Aged. Your pledge can be given over a period of three years.
For giving opportunities, lease call The Home Development Office at 532-6491.
LEONARD ZILBERT
PRESIDENT
MRS. MURRAY KOSTOFF MARGARET and ABE C. FINE
PRESIDENT, LADIES AUXILIARY Honorary Trustees and Founder*
PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF THE HEBREW H OME FOR THE AGED OF MIAMI BEACH
SIDNEY SIEGEL
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR


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fJewisli flcrSdHsr
Friday, October 2.i
Happy Holiday To All
For Your Housing Accommodations Call
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
Registered Real Estate Brokers
L. L. Brooks, President
George P. Harth, General Manager
C. A. Lockhart, Public Relations
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-2521
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
young lee trading co., inc.
HONG KONG CUSTOM TAILOR-MADE SUITS
700-706 n.e. 2nd ave.
telephone: 371-5186
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Biscayne Chemical
Industries Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
+ SMVING -
ADC COUNTY MtOWARO MOMKOC III
MARTIN SAINT IIKIE PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVM
1215 N.W. 7th AVE., MIAMI 33136 FR 7-1421
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LINOLEUM CITY
5658 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 757-8021
SEASON'S GREETINGS .. .
T. V. SCOTT LAND CLEARING CO.
7143 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones: 754-8733, 758-3956
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
SYLVIA & JACK GREENBERG
Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
2035 N.W. 1st PLACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
VACATION LAND MODES and
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS INC.
255 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone 633-0405 374-5174
GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Consolidated Refrigeration, Inc.
IJIO'V 1 Phone MU 1-6661
MM
TO ALL GREETINGS
MILLER COIN LAUNDRY, INC.
DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE
6300 N.W. 77th COURT 888-2371
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NORMANDY PLAZA APARTMENT & HOTEL
6979 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-2701
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
iii:\a gross
"Lovely Things" Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIA ML BEACH 866-7674
~znz
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAffifEp ALL .
MELWINE GARMENT; INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE Phono 633-8318
SIMON WINE, President
i:
Canadian Jewry At The Crossroad!

Continued From Page 3-1
called advocates-erf .".the freedom of ^pe-oh" -an 1
jealous defenders of the essential liberties t>y
jpposing the bill were in fact UtiMttllQg their
well-known anti-Jewish feelings. Moieover. sow?
Df them, pointed an accusing finger at tne Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress as the initiator and >
Ihe Canadian Jews as the sole beneficiaries of
jf this ''anti-democratic" legislation.
The stance taken by the Canadian Jewish
Congress leaders was that incitement to geno-
cide and appeal to violence and vile hatred rep-
resent a threat not only against the Jews but
igainst any ethnic group living in Canada, and
that there was no guarantee that once one of
the minorities will be attacked, others will be
exempted. With ability and persuasion, refuting
the argumentation of the anti-Semites that the
bill is a "Jewish law." the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress succeeded in demonstrating that incitement
to genocide like the cult of violence and hatrel
are as bad for Canada as for anyone of the com-
ponent ethnic groups.
With the royal assent, the bill had becomv
recently the law of the country and, for the time
being at least, public demonstrations of hatred
have disappeared. Maybe it is a coincidence, but
according to reports, self-styled Nazi leader, 27-
year-old Warren Beatty, well-known to the To-
ronto Jews for his anti-Semitic provocations
paid a fine and apologized in court for "any
offenses brought to the Jews."
Whether anti-Semitism will surface .\>ai i
anybody's guess."But. anyone who f ,, ..
MR. SAMUEL BRONFMAN
reasons or otherwise would indulge in this gajrw
in the future will have to think twice; the ixin-
ishment for incitement to genocide is five years
in prison.
THE SEPARATIST GHOST
Since General de Gaulle's famous utterance
We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends
Dr. and Mi's. Alvin F. Gardner
and Daughter Ava Lee
MR. and MRS.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK
And SON, IRA
WISH A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
New Year Greetings To The Jewish Community
J. V. Manufacturing Corp,
INDUSTRIAL PACKAGING PRODUCTS
TUBES LABELS
50 EAST 10th COURT, HIALEAH 885-4666
Henry Nielseii
Floors & Interiors, Inc.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 758-4446
"featuring the finer floors"
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the New Year Holiday
P. R. RICKLE:
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
UKEYSTOXE HOTEL
1920 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-5511
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
PARKS DUOS. MF. CO., INC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
ALBERT PICK HOTELLA
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
9601 i. BAY HARBOR DRIVE 866-7328
Holiday Greetings From
THE
KEYES
COMPANY

Of If
45th
YEAR I

Souths Largest Realtors
100 Biscayne Blvd.
371-3592
1023 Lincoln Road Mill
531-5803
Best Wishes For a
Happy Holiday From ...
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Open 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DAILY
A Happy New Year To All
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
Yon Nav.r P*y Mot. *
Y.u Sh.p at MilWr't Drufl Slof.
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N.E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
Happy Holiday Greetinqs
SAC CONSTRUCTION
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Stanley Cohen
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866


?7?e 3-A
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Friday, October 2, 19M
Hussein Gains Upper Hand,
Confrontation Fears Fade
force.
In Lebanon the Americans en
but
Mr. Nixon voiced tiif- ho|
the introduction of new
-ti^ns fl"H nrmiil -
WASHINGTON, (JTA> The or necessary to intervene at the 29-plane air force.
Itvvo specteis of an Israeli military) present stage, informed sources
List into Jordan and a Soviet-) said. Israel's policy of non-inter-,
V- ited States confrontation in the vention would change however, if| I? y .
..;., ..,. ^..i^Tsr.,r.ti- mmhikJ Hussein itsstnia
a faded last week as King Hus-
i :i appeared to gain the upixT
hvnd in his week-long war
Arab guerrilla groups.
with
certain new developments occurred.
According to the sources 'hose
would be Syrian occupation of the
Gilead Heights, direct interve::-
The key to the young king's) tion by the 12.CO0 man Ira<|i 'orc-
i. .roving prospects for survival j cs in jordani 0r an imminent threat
- the fact that tank-led Syrian t0 tne iivcs of tne hostages,
forces had retreated after oain
mauled by the Jordanian army.
- le Department sources said
tbs largest share of the credit for
the pullback of the invading Sy-
ns from Jordan belonged to the
Jordanian Army. Other factors
iuded Syria's fears of Israeli
intervention, U.S. diplomatic ac-
1 n ;ind Soviet influence with the
;. rian military regime.
The Syrian government never
officially acknowledged that its
army was fighting in Jordan. Syr-
ian forces wore the battle dress
of Palestinian commandos and
Syrian tanks were painted with
commando insignia. To maintain
were fighting, Syria did not employ
the fiction that only Palestinians
its air force, largely Soviet MlGs,
U.S. officials believe that Syria! wnicn vas outnumbers Hussein's least until U.S. troo|>s landed
It aded Jordan with up to 300
1 -.ks and several thousand troops.
The Hussein govornmert claimed
80 of the Syrian tanks had been
tabled or destroyed. In was un-
c-rtain how many Syrian military
; n remained in Jordan.
Other sources here contend that
! v of an Israeli thrust into Jor-
dan to protect its vital interests
i;' chaos had developed, was the
'>-isive factor in inducing the
let Union to pressure Syria to
I out its tanks. It was reported
that the Israelis moved tanks and
t:oops into border areas where
lh-?y were easily observable, ns ;i
v^rning to the guerrillas and ;j
Sj ia.
that from the military standpoint
Israel was belter able than th<
United States to intervene in Jor
dan.
The apparent change in iiili-i q^e last six of the passsengers
favor of t he likelihood if; highjacked by Palestini'inian ter-
United States intervention in Jor-! rorfets were said to have been
dan. The U.S. Sixth Fleet had le- free<\ by the guerrillas early this
portedly moved into the Eastern ^.p^ and taken to the Egyptian
Mediterranean in a position to Embassy in Amman. The route by
support a U.S. airlxjrne landing in which they would leave Jordan
Jordan, which has no outlet on the ,vas still uncertain. But they were
Mediterranean. expected to lx' handed over to the
I Red Cross and flown out via Cy-
Military observers here noted j ,ir,ls ns wero the hostages released
that U.S. intervention in Jordan c.arijcr.
would be far more difficult than
the landing of marines in Lebanon! President Nixon interrupted his
in 1958 to quash a revolt ag-iinst busy schedule in Rome for an im-
the pro-Western government. ["he promptu visit with 26 Americans i
lack of a Jordanian coastline wouid1 who were passing through enroute
force- the U.S. to rely on an all-lift Ncw, *rk *!' being released.
. He told them. We were trying to
and to depend on Husseins forces] h(?lp you during your OI.d,,a| witn_
to control the Amman airport at out hurting you. The hijackers
n were capable of anything."
ngth nee
sary to preserve peaee in th
.terranean, during his visit ,
he said, is one of the indis; ensabi*
principles of America's [ ireifci
olicy.
The Middle Fast situation
focal point of Mr. Xixon's ,
lay tour, which will include Yug
slavia. Spain. Britain and I:
is well as two davs with the I .<
S:x'h Fleet, which is row h......
ehallened as never before by the
Soviet Navy.
President Nixon met with |
Paul, Italy's President Guisepj
I Saragat, and Prime Minister Emi.
lio Colombo. He reaffirmed -
US. commitment to a M
ranean presence, it was rei;i
Police battled with luuidn
anti-American demonstrator- .
ing his visit to Rome; more thai.
100 were put under arrest is >
result of several demons!ratio:-<
and street scuffles that followed
The pros-nects of a U.S. intc r-
. 'tion had at no time taken on
. aspect of becoming a reality.
N with.-less, the Soviet Union 13-
-. d a "solemn warning" to the
'." ited States against interv e.i-
i in Jordan.
jsrael denied that it had mobil-
/- I its reserves for possible in-
ti vention in Jordan. Israeli au-
thorities are continuing to keep a
-o watch on events in Jorda:i.
Bvt thev do not consider it wise
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1
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see monoejer on premises from 8 A.M.
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A part of each day, a man should feel he owns the
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Valet parking maid service available.
Staggered privote terraces most apartments have two permit even comfort-
able dining al fresco A hooted swimming pool lush tropical landscaping .
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rrtwRf brwcM m ? FltrMa
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evenings by Appointment
VOTA
150 Southeast 25th Rood at Bnckell Ave.
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SALES OFFICI AND MODELS 2nd floor
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