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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"eJTewiislh Flaridian
Volume 44 Number 38
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Honda Friday, September 17, 1971
Nine Sections Price S2.00


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*Jmist Fhricfian
Sen. Myers Selected
'Senator Of The Year'

State Son. Kenneth M. Myers,
(D-Miami i has tx-on selected "Sen-
ator of the Year" by the Florid*.
Essen Appointed
Division Chairman
Goorse J. Talianotf. Florida
State chairman of The Society of
Fellows of the Anti-Dcfamition
League of B'nai B'rith, baa an-
nounced the appointment of Miami
attorney Richard Ren as chair-
justice and prison reform legisla-
tion at the last legislative session. ,
and was th* author of the Com- manof the High-Rtte Division of
prc-hcnsiKMAk-ana4ismaPrevo|iaai.-TT^|l ^A^iy's""!**' bounty rrfhi-
Control and Treatment Act.
Senator Myers was selected re-
cently as om> of the two most valu-
able members of the Florida Sen-
ate by the annual St. Petersburg
Times Capital Press Poll.
paign. "It is with a sense f pride
and anticipation that I take on
this new responsibility in support
of the ADL's important work."
Mr. EMM said, in accepting the
appointment. He also announced
that the first organizational meet-
ing of the Society of Fellows'
High-Rise Division will be a 9:30
SEN. KENNETH MYERS
Association for Retarded Children.
The association annually be-
stows the award for outstanding
!( L-i-slative work on behalf of men-
tally retarded children.
r
Senator Myers, chairman of the
Senate committee on Health, Wel-
fare and Institutions, was the au-
thor and sponsor of legislation pro-
\ iding for compulsory immuniza-
tion for pre-school youth and a
bill requiting mandatory testing
for metabolic diseases in all newly-
lorn infants. He also was the key
figure in the passage of criminal
30th Street &
Miami Beach,
Shorettes Sworn In
During last week's regul.ir meet- a.m. breakfast gathering at Jun-
ing of Shore Unit. Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute of Mi-
ami, Judge Murray Goodman, the
guest speaker, presided as several
members of the Shorettes a
newly-formed junior service club
with Donna Lynn Goldman as
president were sworn in. Plans
were completed for Shore Unit's
annual luncheon-fashion show in
the Fontainebleau Hotel Jan. 20
featuring styles from Saks. Mrs.
Sidney Raffel is president.
or's Restaurant,
Collins Avenue,
Sunday.
The Society of Fellows is a lead-
ership group whose members work
to promote the local and national,
programs of the League by in-
spiring generosity to the problems
that must Ik; solved and the needs
that must he met. Members of the
Society sponsor special events in
the interest of the Anti-Defama-
tion League and attend ADL con-
ferences and special programs in
the United States and abroad.
L'Shona Tova
More then ever before Israel
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the U J A and buy
ISRAEL BONDS.
Mayshie Friedberg
American Israeli
$ AH Religious Articles &
For Synagogue* Schools Homes
1357 WASHINGTON AVE.
It 1-7722 S. Schwartz
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
HAS EVERYTHING FOR
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit
417 Washington /We. 672-7017
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H.
Silverman of the
National Hebrew
949 Washington Ave., M.B.
Closed for Vacation
Will Reopen Oct. 1st
Happy Holidays to AH
'pBimpm **, w* *
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phono 672-7306
45 RCHI8AN AW., MtAMI REACH
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ewtee
PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS
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Largest Selection in Latest Stylos
for Men and Women
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REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES
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REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANIES
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Educational Consultant
APTITUDE TESTING
CAREER GUIDANCE
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COUNSELING
SCHOOL SELECTION AND PLACEMENT
By Appointment
407 LINCOLN ROAD
532-4848
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Friday. Sept 17. 1971
HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home'i operating
in*mt**-"-- **-
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
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 need
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 for 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
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Over thirty five years
of service to the communities
in North Dade and Broward Counties.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL. INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
19th and Alton Road: in the heart of Miami Beach
1250 Normandy Drive: fifteen minutes from Hollywood
JE 1-1151
North Miami Beach: 16480 N.E. 19th Avenue
Miami: Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street
Manhattan Brooklyn Westchester Bronx Far Rockaway
To arrange a funeral anywhere in the United States,
call the nearest Riverside Chape*
Edward Rosenthal Morton Rosenthal Carl Grossbeig Leo J. Filer
Murray N.Rubin, ED.


Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
fJewisti Ftcridian
Page 3-A
WeofB 'nai B 'rith extend
W Greetings for the New Year
The Officers and Brothers of the 45 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.....
Benevolence, Brotherly Love and Harmony.
MALCOLM FROMBERG
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges
President
President-Elect
Vice-President
Vice-President
Vico.Prcsident
Vice-President
Treosurer
Secretory
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1971-1972
MALCOLM H. FROMBERG, 19 W. Floqler St.. Suite M-102, Miami, Flo. 33130
(Miami Beach and Hallondale)
HOWARD NEU
IRA CATZ
SIDNEY RITTER
NOAH SMYLER
FRED SNYDER
GEORGE LEVY, 2122 N.E. 167 St., N. Miami Beach, Flo. 33162 949-8526
HARRY MARCOU, 910 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Fla. 33141 864-894C
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
President
President-Elect
1st Vics-Presidenf
2nd Vice-President
Treasurer
SAMUEL PASCOE, 100 Lincoln Road, Apt. 640, Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
BERT BROWN, 627 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33135
BEN BUSH, 6851 13th Avenue, North St. Petersburg, Fla. 33710
MALCOLM H. FROMBERG, 19 W. Flagler St., Suite M-102, Miami, Fla. 33130
IRA CATZ, 1747 Von Buren St., Suite 800, Hollywood, Fla.
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1971-1972
BERNARD AUSTE'N
RICHARD DONATH
SOL KAYE
MARVIN KIRSCH
BERNARD LANGBERG
TRUSTEES
MAX MARIN
JOSEPH MONDRES
HERMAN NUDELMAN
JERRY OLIN
WILLIAM THOMPSON
bert brown
maurice j. f1negold
jack m. f:nk
joseph gorinstein
ARTHUR HORWiTT
JACK KIRSCHBAUM
HONORARY TRUSTEES
SAM NIEBERG
E. ALBE.iT PALLOT
SAMUEL PASCOE
JACK ROSENBERG
SAM I. SILVER
LEO STEINMAN
SOUTHERN REGIONAL LODGE SERVICE) DIRECTOR
SUPREME LODGE RIGIONAL MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR IN FLORIDA
JACK R. GLICK, 401 69th St., Miami Beach, Fla. 33141 Apt. 15-B PHILIP COHEN, 2560 N.E. 215th St. North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
HP1M.I s < OHi>IEIM\4, B'NAI B'KITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLOMDA MHH.IS
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
C0RA1 GABLES LODGE No. 1682
Ralph Nernburg, President
2020 Country Club Prodo, C.G., Fla. 33134
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
FT. LAUDERDALE LODGE No. 1438
Gilbert Mallinger, President
4025 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
MESADA LODGE No. 2862
Henry Scrfer, President
7900 N.W. 20 Ct., Ft. lauderlale, Fla.
Sunrise Golf Villaoc
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
HALLANDALE LODGE No. 2840
Samuel Albert, President
1100 N.E. First Court, Hallondale, Fla. 33009
HEM/SPHERES LODGE No. 2861
Harry A. Cohen, President
1985 S. Ocean Drive, Hallondale, Fla. 33009
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
CHAI LODGE No.2574
Dr. Philip Levin, President
4201 Jackson St., Hollywood, Fla. 33021
NERZL LODGE No. 2764
Bob Hoffman, President
3801 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, Fla. 33020
HILLCREST LODGE No. 2783
Dick Donalh, President
2095 N.E. 186 Dr., N. Miami Bch. ,Fla. 33162
HOLLYWOOD-SUNSHINE LODGE No. 1662
Ansel Wittenstein, President
2430 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
KEY WEST, FLORIDA
ABE ARONOVITZ LODGE No. 2518
Ben Niren, President
905 18 Terrace Key West, Florida, 33040
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GILBERT J. BALKIN LODGE No. 2079
Bob Margolin, President
10370 S.W. 97 Street, Miami, Florida 33158
DADELAND LODGE No. 2846
Ted Sakowitz, President
8650 S.W. 84 Court, Miami, Florida 33143
MI-AMI LODGE No. 2393
Fred Snyder, President
1031 N.W. 196 Ter., Miami, Florida 33169
BAY HARBOR SURFS'DE, FLORIDA
FREEDOM LODGE No. 2421
Herman Nudelman, President
10350 W. Bay Harbor Dr.
Bay Harbor Isle, Fla. 33154
PR0BUS LODGE No. 2672
Morey Raymon, President
City National Bank Bldg., Miami, Fla. 33130 NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
SHOLEM LODGE No. 1024
Jere Chait, President
10121 Kendale Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33156
SOUTH DADE LODGE No. 2337
Sam Sherman, President
7805 S.W. 139 Terrace, Miami, Fla. 33158
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
GOLD COAST LODGE No. 2608
Marvin Kirsch, President
1700 N.E. 105 St., Miami Shores, Fla. 33138
HATIKVA LODGE No. 2632
Harry Glassman, President
1549 Morton Towers, Miami Bch., Fla. 33139
SCOPUS LODGE No. 2718
Allan Wilson, President
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
SPORTS LODGE No. 2834
Paul Steinberg, President
350 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
HOTEL EXECUTIVE
HOSPITALITY LODGE No. 2690
Jerry Olin, President Seville Hotel
2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
MIAMI LATIN LODGE No. 2796
Enrique Kalusin, President
1135 N.E. 110 St., North Miami, Fla. 33161
NORTH SHORE LODGE No. 1744
Arnold Fein, President
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
MIAMI BEACH LODGE No. 1591
Moe Reiffen, President
100 Lincoln Rd., Apt. 1618, M.B., Fla. 33139
MACCABEE LODGE No. 2579
George Kotin, President
1200 West Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
L'CHAIM LODGE No. 2650
Steve Hertz, President
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
BRANDEIS LODGE No. 2705
Bill Siegal, President
2903 Point East Dr., N.M.B., Fla. 33160
DEDICATION LODGE No. 2743
Joe Henry, President
1690 N.E. 191 St., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33162
DREYFUS LODGE No. 2775
Sam Fox, President
1551 N.E. 167 St., Apt. 205,
North Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
HARMONY LODGE No. 2463
Jack Chaiken, President
970 N.E. 155 St., N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
ISRAEL LODGE No. 2676
Sid Schwarzbach, President
1501 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive,
North Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
LEVI ESHKOl LODGE No. 2786
Jack Seader, President
1601 N.E. 191 St., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33162
NORTH DADE LODGE No. 2043
Mel Feigeles, President
2345 N.E. 195 St., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33160
ShVAl LODGE No. 2709
Joe Raylson, President
1550 N.E. 191 St., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33162
WEIZMAN LODGE No. 2727
Herman "Chick" Siegel, President
1302 N.E. 191 St., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33162
SUNNY ISLES LODGE No. 2806
Sol Kaye, President
400 Kings Point Dr., Miami Bch., Fla. 33160
MAIMOMIDES LODGE No. 2812
Bill Rashkin, President rioir*
18707 NX 2 Ave., N. Miami Bch., Fla. 33162 MIRAMAR, FLORIDA
FRIENDSHIP LODGE No. 2795 IUDEA LODGE No. 2855 (Roney Ploio)
Morris Slavik, President Abe Checkmon, President
1301 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive, 2301 Collins Avenue, Apt. A-704
North Miami Beach, Fla. 33162 Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Please Cut Out This Application and Moil It To Philip Cohen
2560 N.E. 215th Street, North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. FIVE
DATE
19
(Name of Lodge or Chapter)
CITY
STATE OR PROVINCE FLORIDA
I AM OF THE JEWISH FAITH AND PLEDGE MYSELF TO SUPPORT
THE HIGH IDEALS AND PURPOSES OF B'NAI B'RITH
NAME ................................-...............-...................-.............------------------...........
DATE Of BIRTH ................... ---------.......
HOME ADDRESS *( ) --------............................................................. BUSINESS ADDRESS *( ) _________.......... .....-
HOME TELEPHONE ............._________......... BUSINESS TELEPHONE
OCCUPATION --------------------------------------
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A MEMBER?
WIFE OR HUSBAND'S NAME
PROPOSED BY
WHAT LODGE OR CHAPTER?
MEMBER Of B'NAI B'RITH?
Pleose Indicate Where You Wish Your Mail Sent.
DUES ATTACHED IN THE AMOUNT OF $25
SIGNATURE Of APPLICANT FOR MEMBERSHIP
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to work for your community
to help Israel
to promote good citizenship
to provide vocational service for young people
to service the armed forces and veterans in hospitals
TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR COUNTRY AND HUMAhUTXJVjgy^^________________
o to identify with the Jewish community
o to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry
o to help build character in our youth
o to build an informed Jewry
o to help promote human rights and human dignity


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*jewlstirk>rid/an
Friday. Sept. 17, 1971
li the American synagogue is experiencing difficult times,
it will be hardly noticeable Sunday evening when millions
flock to edifices, small and large, as a New Year in the
life cycle of the Jew is ushered in.
The origin of Rosh Hashanah is obscure, but its place
in the hearts of Jews is not. It begins what we call the Days
of Awe, a ten-day period which ends with Yom Kippur,
and the message is unlike any other of our holy days. It
is one that relates to each person as an individual, rather
than to the community of Israel. It asks him to search him-
self, his values, his relationships with others.
The ethical values of the Jewish people are brought to
us through worship in the synagogue, but the responsibUity
to "develop a life-style consonant with those values is one
which belongs solely to each of us. For those who take this
seriously, the blowing of the shofar on the morning of Rosh"
Hashanah the three bone-chilling sounds will reach to
the very depths of their hearts.
May we wish for all to be inscribed in the Book of
Life as in our year 5732 we continue our search for inner
peace for ourselves and for all the world.
' 'Jewish Floridlian
OFFICE and PLANT120 N.E. 6th Street
Telephone 373 4605
P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida 33101
Fred K. Siiochet
Editor and Publisher
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Assistant to Publisher
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Friday, September 17, 1971
Volume 44
27 ELUL 5732
Number 38
Sm.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
WASHINGTON So the great powers have finally drafted
an agreement on the status of Berlin, and on access to it from
the West, and everyone seems improbably happy the Russians,
Americans. French. British, the West Germans and even (mira-
cle of the decade! > the unusually surly East German regime of
Erich Honecker. The reason is, of course, that Berlin has been
for over a quarter-century the fever-chart tension point <>f East
and West.
I HAVE WATCHED enough of Berlin's history in my time
to be chary of rejoicing, even when the Russians finally function
again as an occupation partner, even when they I il isibil-
ity for allowing access to Berlin by land.
The intellectual part of me knows that this is an historic
event, and a triumph for Willy Brandt's West German re
But the feeling part of me tells me that the Soviets have actually
conceded very little, very late and very grudingly, and thai they
are only re-assuming the responsibilities they abandoned, uni-
laterally, which doomed East and West to years of tension.
I never saw Berlin in its glory or infamy of power un-
der the Kaiser or even the Weimar Republic, and certainly not
when it became the unheavenly city of Europe under Hitler I
never had the agony of watching its cultural lamps go out or the
excitement of catching the last train from Berlin before its gates
closed. I got to see it first soon after the war's end, when it had
already become a dangerous island in a dangerous sea.
THERE ARE SOME grim historic dates affixed to Berlin's
fate lie'tween that time and this. One was the original enclave
decision, which the Americans ingloriously engineered and grumly
swallowed. Historians are still debating who was the prime
mover in the military strategy which led to these political conse-
quences whether its was F.D.R. or Ike or a seissors-like com-
(Conttnued on Page 8-A)
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON "In all five
of the gnat crises since World
War II, the Soviet Union Buf-
fered from very serious military-
strategic inferiority. Now that
the Soviets have attained parity
with the United States, you have
a new ball game. You can't real-
ly tell what they will do, for you
have "" precedents."
The s|>eakor was one of the
senior Soviet experts who has
helped to guide the U.S. gov-
ernment, always with success to
date, through all the fairly hair-
raising Soviet-made challenges
of the last quarter-century-plus.
THERE WERE only two things
wrong with his formulation:
Like almost all the other So-
viet experts, to begin with, the
man quoted is one of those who
holds the masters of the Krem-
lin are always "cautious." But
are they really so cautious?
Josef Stalin ordered the Ber-
lin blockade when this country
had a total nuclear monopoly.
The North Korean aggression
was sponsored by the Kremlin
wh^n the nuclear-strategic bal-
ance was far more than 100 to 1
in favor of the United States.
Nikita S. Khrushchev made bis
i to sneak Soviet nuclear
lies Into Cuba when the bal-
lance still favored this country
by a factor of at least 5 to 1,
and maybe of 10 to 1.
THESE ACTS of the past do
not appear cautioas. They ap-
pear, instead, to be based on a
considered Soviet judgment that
this large, powerful and weal-
thy country is also exceedingly
torpid slow to act. It was a
sound judgment. If the present
masters of the Kremlin have any
brains at all. they must still be
making the same judgment.
There is another fault in the
sentence above quoted, more-
over, and it seems to me much
more dangerous. The notion that
the Sov iets have merely attained
"parity'' with the United States
has been assiduously propagated
by such diverse (but far from
disinterested) persons as Secre-
tary of Defense Melvin Laird
and a whole chorus of the more
mush-headed U.S. liberals.
NO SUBJECT is more complex
or more disputed than the real
state of the military-strategic
balance between the U.S. and
the U.S.S.R. Estimating the
state of the balance has long
split what is called the intelli-
gence community in the govern-
ment almost exactly down the
middle. Half of the experts say
the Sov iets have merely attained
"parity." The other half say.
emphatically, that the Soviets
are attaining wide "superiority."
I do not know no one can
really KNOW which experts
are right. But if the pessimistic
experts are right, it can mean
the death, or at least the sub-
mission, of this Republic. Rest-
ing the whole national future on
the uncertain verdict of the
more hopeful experts is there-
tore like playing Russian rou-
lette with this nation's future.
But it is like playing Russian
roulette with three chambers
of the pistol loaded instead
of only one.
I HAVE long found, too. that
wherever you turn over a stone
in this particular area, you in-
stanily find, not just a scorpion,
but a whole nest of scorpions.
Recently, for example, one of
the more sober-minded Demo-
cratic leaders of Congress told
me the Navy's new boss. Adm.
Elmo Zumwalt, had just warned
the congressional inner circle:
"Before too long, I may have
to tell the President I cannot de-
fend the high seas. In relation
to the new Soviet Navy, our
Navy can too soon be hardly
sufficient for defense of our
offshore waters."
IF YOU think about the Sixth
Fleet, the crucial importance of
the Mediterranean and the pres-
ent ix>sition of Israel, the ad-
miral's reported warning, if cor-
rect, means that Israel's fate
may eventually be decided in
the Kremlin. But again, the
Princeton mathematician, Prof.
Eugene Wigner, has rather grim
ly specialized in stud/ ;g the ex-
tremely elficient. ex;>ensive but
basically simple Soviet civil de-
fense system.
Professor Wigner estimated to
me that the number ;>f Russians
this country now "holds as nu-
clear hostages" is not ibove five
million. That is one-quarter the
number of Russians Stalin di-
rectly or indirectly sent to their
deaths with the active help of
all the present Soviet leaders, in
the peacetime, purely internal-
political "great terror/1 of tho
years 1929-39.
THE SPONSOR of the US.
strategy of "assured destruc-
tion,*' former Secretary of De-
fence Robert McNamara, was
informed of the Wigner estimate.
"If true, it's not en tugfa," was
his reply.
Something has bee:-, published
already concerning the unceasing
Soviet preparations to deploy
very large numbers of new of-
fensive intercontinentil mist
which go forward in tandem
with the SALT talks. No such
easily observable preparations
could he in progress at such a
time if the Soviet leaders did
not consider this country to be,
not merely torpid, but also deep-
ly given to wishful thinking.
So who votes for more Rus-
sian roulette?
Arab Delegates Stomp Out
As Zuaba Starts To Speak
PARIS (WNS) Arab dele-
gates to the Interparliamentary
Union Conference stomped out
noisly when Deputy Israeli Health
Minister Abdul Azis Zuabi. 'he
first Israeli Arab to attain a
Cabinet-level post, ros-_> to speak.
They loudly proclaim*!, as the*
banged their way out of the hall,
that they would listen to Israeli
Jewish delegates, but not to ail
Arab "quisling."


Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
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Friday, Sept 17, 1971
Rosh Hashanah Ushered In This Week
NAll: 7:3" p.m. (aanctuary) Monda'
. .i in (Clni ma Theati i, 7:30 m.
(aanctuary) Tueaaay u a......
Thi atre amd Sanctuary)
Syn and temples throughout the Greater Miami area will
usher in the New STear 5732 with services beginning Sunday evening
and continuing through :\i mday and Tuesday, except for a number of
Reform temples which conclude their observance of the Holy Days
Monday evening.
A high point of the Ro sounding of the Shofar, or rams horn, which calls upon man to awaken
to his moral obligations to Cod and to his fellow man.
Some synagogues will conduc; Tashlich services on the afternoon
of the tint dav oi Rosh Hashanah (Monday), during which prayers arc
rectied at the seaside or along the banks of canals or other waterways.
Besides launching the New Year, the Rosh Hashanah holiday also
opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which include the Sabbath of Peni-
tence (Satuidav. Sept. 25), and concludes with Yom Kippur, the Day
of Atonement (Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, through Wednesday, Sept.
29).
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. RaDbi Mayer Abrarn-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feiaman. o
pytdaj I P "i Saturdaj 9 a.m. gar
Mitavah: Peter QroafeM, aon or Mr.
and Mi- Bamuel Orosfewo. ROSti
HA8HAXAH: Sunday 7:15 p"-''"
i.hi- "Repentance. Prayer ana Rlght-
..,,-..-.- Monday I a m B*Jmo":
"Personal Accounting." Tueaday S a.m.
Sermon: "God the Guardian
NER TAMIL* tiempie). 80th St. and
Tatom waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene i-abovitz. Cantor Ed
ward Klein. *
Fridai 8:S0 p.m. Saturday 8:46 > ">
HALLANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 126
NE 1st Ave. **
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Avi
R-form. Rabbi Samuel Jatfe.
46
The
29
Friday 8:15 p.m. Special *',:v;;'w, '"'
Penlte-ntlal Mood." ROSH HASHA-
XAir Sunday lap '' "'"' *' '
On The Pre..... Monday i" a.m.
topic 'The New Morality'
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
ROSH hashanah: Sunday 7 p.m Friday 8:18 p.m. Saturday a.nj. J*J*
Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "la There a
MIAMI
H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakow.ta 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. pnsl?
Saturday 11M p.m. Selicoth. ROSH
hashanah: Sunday ;" Vna"V
iiv aervice). 8 p.m. (adults only).
Monday 10 am. SdUlU only), 11 p.m.
(children's service), 3:30 p.m. (fam-
ily service)
HFTH DAVIoT"226 SW 3rd Ave.
B!IH..rv.ArvD Rabbi So. >-.nd.u
Cantor William W. Lipson J
Fridav 6 l" Saturdav a a.m. Bar
MltavaJi: Jonathan Krn..tx, aon Of
Mr. and Mrs Al Kranta ROSH HA-
SHANAH: Sunday 8 p.m Monday 8
Tueaday 8 Topic: Bedla-
COV< rinK Genuine Communu atlon
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman
Saturdai a.m. ROSH HASHANAH
Sunday i".:^1' p.m. Monday 'J a.m o:.i"
p.m. Tueaday 8 a '
BETH KODESH.*101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Saturdaj 8:48 a.m Topic: "'we Are
,1 ROSH HASHANAH: Mon-
day 8 an, Topic: "A Oreat Time For
Preaching-." Tueaday 8 a.m. Topi..
"The Eternal Alibi"
-?
dav S a.m. Sermon:
(ice Worth It'.'"
"Is The Sacrl-
30
6:46
Stew Morality?" J i> >. Tueadaj B m
Sermon: "I There A Place tor t-s-
tabuahed Religion?" i p.m.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa web
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday
p.m. .Monday 7:30 a.m.. 6:1 p.m.
Tuesday 1M am.. :45 p.m. >-
day I p.m.. 7:30 p.m. Tiom Oedallah
(faat day i
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
BeUcoth.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: TOeMt-
:,;,,S,H,;wafd,Xar>ko^1?zmRoSHJHAZ: CONOR IOATION^^CHAIJJjJ*
SHANAH: (At Balmoral Hotel) Sun-
day 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Miracle of
the High Holy Days.' Mqnday S a.m.
Sermon: "It Is The Rest Of Times
Mid The Worst of Times. Tuesday
S arm. Sermon: "In The Days To
Come" _
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7:15
P m. Monday 8 a.m. Topic: "Fear -
The lir.ate.sl Kpidt-mic In The World.
1-15 p m. Tuesday S a.m. Sermon:
"Are We Approaching The Dawn "if
History For Pence And Security?
i". p.m.
----------
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel We. V 18
Mitavah: Joseph, aon ol Mr, and Mrs.
Simon Kalis: .Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Gordon ROSH HA8HA-
^SBBBBBUBBSBl......
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
Friday 8:15 p.m Roan HASHANAH:
Sunday 8 p.m Bermon: "Ho Shall
We Meel The Challenges of Todaj
Monday 7 a m. .-> I m "Peace an 1
[Tndei standing Bel> Pan
Children.", 8 p.m. Tuesday
Bermon: "The Curse of Self-Hate"
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Ed.
wards. Vantor Abraham Koster 43
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
aa ai a saa bsmbb
Saturday Mldntght First
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:30 p.m..
Monday S a.m. Sermon topic: Faith
Only Through Bacrlflce." Tueaday 8
a.m. Sermon topic: "Lifting Our
Sights."
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. .
Fridav 7 p m. Saturday 8:30 a.m., 7
p.m. ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 i
p.m. Monday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: "The
New Year la Here Where Are We?"
6:45 p.m. Tuesday 8:15 a.m. Sermon:
"Is Teshuva Old Fashioned?" 7 p.m.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. Cantor
ROSH HASHANAH: (at Harbor la-
land Spa Audit..i mini Sunday 7 p m
Rabbi's theme: "Israel As I Saw It "
Monday !> a.m. Sermon topic: "Mak-
ing Every Day of Our Lives Count "
Tueaday 8 am. Topic: "Struggle for
Survival."
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon i I
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Fridav 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. ROSH
HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m. Mon-
day g a.m. 6:80 p.m. Topic: "The
Happv and the Sail. Tuesday 8 a.m.,
6:3 p.m. Sermon: "The VoUiik and
the Old"
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. I ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday :
n in Monday am. Sermon: "Is It
.lust Another Y-arV" Tuesday S a.m
Sermon: "Peace In The btate Of
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
PYdai B 18 pm Saturday 8:4" I m
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:80 p.m
Monday 8 a.m Bermon: "Will You
Live Before S"ou Die?" 6:80 p.m. Tuea-
day 8 a in Sermon: "Cool It:"
10
ISRAEL (Temple) OF G
Miami. 137 NE th Street. Refor
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. ___
Friday 8:15 p.m Rabbi Barry Tab-
achnikoff will preach on How To
Live With Crisis." ROSH HASHAN-
'AH: Sunday 8 p.m. at Miami Beach
Convention Hall. Dr. Narot will preach
on "Jewish Feelings." Monday 10
a.m. Dr. Narot will preach on Hu-
man Feelings."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass, 11
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:30
p.m. Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Juda-
ism An Encounter with Self.' 6:30
p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m. Sermon: 'JUda-
ism An Encounter with G-d," T.30
p.m. Wednesday 7 a.m. "Fast of Ge-
duly a"
----------
OR OLOM (Temple) 8756 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Olixman. 18
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 8 p.m. ROSH
HASHANAH: Sunday 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day 8 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m..
6:30 p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m.
Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "The Hirth of
A New Mil.lieil Year, and a New Hu-
manity on the Horizon," 7 p.m. Tues-
day S a.m.
HULEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 16
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon topic: "Is-
rael's Election" Saturday 9:30 a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7:15
p.m. Monday 8:30 a.m. Sermon topic:
"The Call of The Shofar." 7 p.m.
Tuesday 8:30 a.m., 7 p.m.
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 1I;IVI.
You toal Your Sense of Direction
(in anticipation of High Holy Days)_
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:15
RFATFR "-m. and 8:45 p.m. Topic: "What's
R,tlrm Your Number?" Monday 9:16 a.m.
' Topic- "If You Don't Believe In Mira-
les You are not A Realist." 3:30 p.m.
Children's Service. Tuesday 9:15 a.m.
Topic: "In The Meantime We Have
To live" Theme during holidays will
lie "What Are Your Priorities?"
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Saturday 8:3" a.m. liar Mitavah:
Mitchell, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack
1 a/.at ROSH HASHANAH: (Main
Sanctuary with Dr. Max A. I-lpschltz
Officiating) Sunday 7:30 p.m. Monday
7:30 a.m. Sermon: "Living With Joy
and Tears In a New World." 7:30
p.m. Tuesday 7:30 a.m., 7:30 p.m.
(163rd St. Wometco Theatre with Rabbi
Harry Schwartz officiating) Monday
8 a.m.. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Living With Joy and Tears in
a New World." 7:30 p.m. In Main
Sanctuary.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7:15
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
aky. 22
s----------
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. Z2-A
a------
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozenewaig. 28
Fridav 6:30 n.m. Saturday 9 a.m. ROSH
HASHANAH: Sunday 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day 7:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Tuesday 7:30
a.m.. 6:30 p.m.
----------
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
ROSH HASHANAH: (at Miami Reach
Auditorium) Sunday 7:15 p.m. Monday
8:15 a.m. Sermon topic: "Whither
6TJtt". 7:15 n.m. Tuesday 8:15 a.m.
Sermon topic: "The Jew and His Re-
enonaiblllty." 10:38 a.m. Junior Con-
eregation Services (Monday and
Tuesday) in main sanctuary of temple.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 26
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hlllel. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:45 p.m
Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "The Year
of Decision." Tueaday 8 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Survival or Redemption?"
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m.
Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Israel Rond
Speaker." 7 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The How and Why of Being a
Good Jew." 7 p.m.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Nitzovim
"Ye are standing this day all of you before the Lord your
God ." (Chapters XXIX, 9-XXX)
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY: Addressing the assembled
multitude. Moses declared that each and every one stood before
the Lord to enter into a covenant with him a covenant which
hound not only those present but extended to future generations.
I Let no man think that because of God's oath to establish Israel
I as His people his individual iniquities would be overlooked, for ho
and others like him would involve the whole community in the
disasters of destruction and exile. When future generations and
distant nations asked the reason for this devastation, they would
ho told that it was due to God's judgment on a people who had
deliberately broken the covenant and turned to idol worship.
Nevertheless, even then, should the exiles show true repentance,
God would have comp:ission upon them and restore thorn to
their land. Their persecutors would be punished and the people
would again enjoy the blessings of obedience.

It should no! be too difficult to return to God. for the com-
mandment-; wore not beyond man's capacity or roich. but within
his understanding and will. They had the choice between life and
prosperity on the on > hand, and death and misfortune on the
other. Let thorn choose life by loving the Lord, hearkening to
his voice and cleaving to him. so that they might dwell in the
land promised to their ancestors.
ai. bbi.....asaaau
J he iXitbbi <_5^jcu# j-ron*
The Power Of Prayer
. ji!iHiiuiuitHiiiunitttlii::;ii'iiri:
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 12nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:3(1 a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 8 p.m.
Monday 10:30 a.m.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m
Monday 7:30 a.m. Sermon: "Religious
Ecstasy Without Drugs A Natural
Phenomenon." Tuesday 7:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Peace And Brotherhood Insep-
arable"
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.. 7:30
p.m. ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7
p.m. Sermon: "Life Is Asking 'Why?' "
Monday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Recycle
Your Spiritual Impurities." 7 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m., 7 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m.
!i.m. Monday R a.m. Sermon: "Chal- | Monday 8 a.m., 7 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.m.,
enge And Response." 7 p.m. Tues- 7 p.m.
Rabbi Labovifz
MSJBI i :; sMBMBI
[... i.i ".' i !i ": -. i n i.ui i m" nuwui ''n iniiiiiiiHtiiuiiii
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:15 p.m. ROSH HASHANAH:
Sunday 8 p.m. Monday 10 a.m.. 2:30
p.m. Children's Service. Tuesday 10
a.m.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
er. *1
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:30 p.m
Topi.-: "Let's Look At Ourselves."
Monday 8 a.m. Topic: "I*et's lok
At Each Other" 6:30 p.m. Tuesday 8
a.m. Topic: "Let's Look At Our Heirs"
r^abbinical *Jelt
e vis ion
V.
roa rants
Sept. 19 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. "Rabbi Speaks from His Pulpit"
Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Temple Zamora,
Coral Gables
Sept. 18 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. "The Still Small Voice"
Topic: "The Moaning of Rosh Hashanah"
Host: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe, Temple Beth El
Hollywood
Panel: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Shalom,
Hollywood; Rabbi Morris Skop, Temple Sholom,
Pompe.no Beach.
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Osk
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 4*
SURFS WE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfiide, Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi laaac D. Vine.
SO
Friday 6-45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:45 p.m.
Monday 9 a.m.. 6:45 p.m. Tuesday 9
a.m., 6:45 p.m.
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tumid
Throughout our history there
has existed in the ancient Hebrew
mind a nearness of relationship to
G-d which is
somewhat for-
eign to us. G-d
tells Abraham
for example,
that He is about
to destroy the
cities of corrup-
tion. The Patri-
arch will not ac-
cept the divine
decree. He ar-
gues and bar-
gains with G-d,
he is not afraid
to ask for a reduction in the num-
ber of righteous to be found in the
city. The Bible emphasizes that
man's prayer can affect the divine
decree.
There are many such examples
in the Bible which teach the same
lesson, the wonderful power of
prayer, its efficacy with G-d; the
lesson which the Psalmist summed
up in the well-known words: "The
Lord is nigh to all who call upon
Him. to all who call upon Him in
truth."
Have the times altered or has
G-d changed that such thoughts
seem so strange to us? I think that
it is we who have changed. To us.
prayer means a very different
thing from what it meant in the
age of the Bible. Faith in the power
of prayer has weakened where it
has not disappeared altogether.
Many have ceased to pray, either
because they did not believe in
G-d. or He is a mere abstraction
to them. Even those who profess
to believe in G-d hesitate to use
language about Him similar to that
used by the great figures in the
Bible.
Naturally, the belief in prayer
has been weakened by the fact
that our prayers so often receive
no answer. We sometimes earn-
estly petition G-d for something
and not only do we not receive it,
but frequently the opposite occure
to what we asked for.
The tragedy of our times is that,
we have unfortunately chosen the
test of prayer for material things,
as though these were all we have
to pray for. Prayer pertains to the
realm of the spirit, and that is the
sphere where it should be tested.
When we ask for higher blessing,
for moral strength, for guidance,
for forgiveness, for comfort in
sorrow, our supplication may take
a bolder, a more confident tone.
In asking for these things, we
know that our prayers are sure to
be answered, for they answer them-
selves. The guidance and fortitude
and peace asked for comes to the
suppliant as the result of the ac-
tion of his prayer upon his heart
and his life.
At this penitential season of our
calendar our hearts are turned
toward G-d and prayer: but it
would be well for us to know what
to pray for and how to pray for it.
Let our supplication be for the
true treasures which G-d can be-
stow upon us purity of heart
strength of spirit, moral fortitude
and pardon following sincere re-
pentance. These are the thine
that G-d wants us to petition Him
for and He wijl readily answer us.
To pray for happiness, prosper-
ity and such, will not always bring
a positive response from G-d. Let
the words that we utter at this
holiday season ring with sincerity
of conviction; the utterances
Of
our lips and the meditations of our
hearts will then certainly prove
acceptable to G-d, the Hearer oi
prayer.
KHii


Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
*Jewisti nnridfon
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Two Staff Appointments
Announced By YM-YWHA
ron A. Borczin, executive di-
al' the new YM-YWHA of
r Miami announced the ap-
,,'iit of two new sta^f mom-
-. Marvin Liohcrman, who will
as the assistant executive
tor, and Aryeh Rockach, Is-
. Community Youth Consultant.
Mr. Lieberman, the former as-
~ int executive director of the
nore Jewish Community Cen-
t.-,-. was previously associated with
the Mosholu Montefiore Commun-
ity Center in the Bronx. N.Y.,
he was engaged in a spe-
[overnmerrt research program
di signed to evaluate the experi-
,- es of orthopodieally handicapped
, Iren integrated into groups
with normal children.
In ,-iddition Mr. Lieberman, who
I'd his Bachelors degree from
klyn College and his Master's
degree in Social Work from Colum-
bia University School of Social
W irk, has worked for the Depart-
ment of Welfare in New York as
THI l C0NOITI0NIO
WaldmarF
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ans, it was announced by Rabbi
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er of Temple Beth El, Cedarhurst,
N.Y., who is the chairman of
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After Failing To Report
JERUSALEM (WNS) One of
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Jewish Federation and the YM-
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Egyptian Plane
Downed In Suez
TEL AVIV (JTAi Israeli
; ".achincRiinnors shut down an
-ryptian Sukhoi-7 fighter-bamb-
i Saturday over the northern
dor of the Sue/ Canal the
i-st Egyptian aircraft downei
nee the cease-fire went into ef-
cl 18 months ago.
Thf dow ncd |>1:iiii- was one of
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nent opened fire and one of the
letter scored a direct hit.
Another Israeli BMtHOT re-
ported seeinir the hit pla.ie try
I- gain altitude to enable the
pili'* to eject and then start I
steep ilhe < hieh ended in a
eraah and fire-ball on the Ktfvp-
t an side of the canal.
An Egyptian helicopter was
seen searching for the downed
pilot. Israeli gunners usually op mi
lire on overflying Egyptian
planes, to drive them off. Satur-
day's nil was the first scored
since the cease-fire on Aug. 8.
1970. however.
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fJenisti fh>riciiann
Page 9-A


I
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As Max Lerner Sees It
Continued from Pag* 4-A
lunation of the two.
Then there was the Berlin airlift, which should never have
been made necessary, but which Truman and his aides carried
through with some elan. Then there was the Wall, whose mean-
ing Kennedy didn't lt^p for a while, as he fumbled with his
senses. It was a desperate move by the Russians to shore up
not only Kast Germany, whose best technicians were seeplne
ih-ough West Berlin into the outside world of freedom and cn-
reers. but also to shore up the whole Soviet imperium The West
Berlin people found the right word for it wall of shame
Srhandemauer and when Kennedy came to them and pro-
nounced himself one of them rich bin ein Berliner. i. they took
i, to mean that he shared their feeling about it and would stand
with them against Russia's efforts to isolate them and let their
city wither.
NEW AGREEMENT or no new agreement, the Wall still
-lands, and the escapes over or under it have thinned out to the
tiniest trickle. Nor have the Russians agreed that West Berlin Is
part of West Germany: Its status is still as the ward ..f the
occupying powers. (Willy Brandt, who spent years of effort try-
in- to assert the organic unity of West Berlin with the Federal
Republic, finally decided to put his major effort elsewhere
into an Ostpolitik which would thaw out the frozen relations be-
nto an Ostpolitik which would shaw out the frozen relations be-
tween Kast and West, ,,nd make the Russians drop their wearily
uprated refrain about Germany as THE enemy, much as Com-
munist China is ROW wearily asserting that Japan is THE enemy.
The major importance of the new piece of paper is that it
Clears the way for Brandt's Ostpolitik treaties with Russia and
Poland. I heard a high and brilliant German official say some
months ago. "The Russians want the Ostpolitik in order to stabil-
ize their imperium, while we want it in order to shake that
imperium up."
It is an appealing argument for American liberals, but the
Russians must know the argument, too. Sometimes I wonder what
some equally brilliant German negotiator is saying to the
Russians. +m f/Ilf.
THKRE IS ONE THING I have heard that should cause
W i-hington some disquiet, and doubtless is doing so. In the new-
political climate, and even before, the all-Europe Security Con-
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vJmist flcridiain
Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
Jack Alexander, 84, Buried In New York
Funeral services were held in
New York last week for prominent
international Zionist Jack Alex-
ander, 84. who died Monday. Sept.
6. Mr. Alexander, a Greater Miami
resident since 1963. made his home
at 2458 Flamingo Dr./'Miami
Beach.
A native of England, he was
educated at Oxford University.
where he graduated at the top of
his class, and at the University of
London. He organized the Oxford
Zionist Society and served as its
first president.
In 1911. Mr. Alexander accepted
a professorship at Rhodes Univer-
sity. South Africa. He later became
professor of English and Philoso-
phy at Witwaterstrand University
in Johannesburg, and remained in
South Africa, whore he was active
in the Zionist Federation, until
1944, when he retired to settle in
Israel.
Mr. Alexandgr, who came to the
United States in 1961, was active
,n Zionist work, cultural activities
Aponsored by the Miami Beach Pub-
'.ic Library, B'nai B'rith. Jewish
National Fund the J. Cohen Cul-
tural Society and the Bureau of
lewish Education. He also served
as chairman of the annual essay
contest co-sponsored by the Bureau
and the ZOA.
Survivors include a number of
nieces and nephews in New York,
London and Johannesburg.
bituaries
GREENBAUM. Sam, 82 1055 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Riverside. Interment
PEKERSKY, Sonia. 76 235 78th St.,
M i: Itlasberg.
R A DOFF, l'.ana J. 31. <4.'.4 Adam-
Ave.. Mil. Hiversid.-. Interment Jit.
SESSLER. Ethel Nydea, M !T44 Jef-
feraon Ave., M.B. Newman, inter-
ment Mt Nebo.
SHARON, Annahelle, o4, 831o B.W.
72nd Ave. Riverside.
SHORE. Esther. 77 8521 S.W. l-'th
Tnr. Qordon. ___ ,.
SIECMEISTER. Corlnne, 80. 1865 N.
Hay Causeway, North Hay Milage.
STURm!^, "7, 8000 Harding Ave.,
M.B. Blaaberc.
BERNEY. Bonla, 71, 1140 S. ^enetian
w ay Newman.
COHEN, Isaac it, 151 N.ft Mna St.
Qordon. Interment Sit. Nebo.
DRETTLER. Max, 74. Ills J-otB St..
Ml! Itlasherg.
LLOYD, Charles, 7'.. 7333 Gary Ave.
Riverside. .. _
WHITEMAN. Noah. 68, MSB N. Treas-
ure Dr., North Bay Village. Kiver-
ETTELMAN, Sadie, 61 2245 N.W.
HSthTer. Riverside,
KAZER, Ettie, 90, 151 N.E. ..2nd St.
Gordon.
PAUL, QreCOiy. 100 S. Treasure
Dr.. North Hay Village. Hiverside.
GOTTESMAN. William. 75. lM N.B.
172nd St.. N.M.B. Riverside
HANDSHUH, Helen, 65 1335 .
127th St Levitt.
ROBINSON. Jennie C, 83. 3421 Riv-
iera Dr.. Coral Gables. Riverside.
SASLAW. Mollle. !. 145 Michigan
Ave.. MB Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai. _
SHAPIRO. Herbert. 57, 900 Bay Dr.,
M.B. Riverside.
STEWART, Laura P., 95. 2201 N.E.
I7mh St., N.M.B. Riverside.
FREUND, Adele S.. !-\ 253 Meridian
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
GOLDEN. Sherry. 52, 965 Marseille
Dr.. M.B. Riverside.
HIRSCH, Manuel. 68. 922 N.K. 199th
St N.M.B. Riverside. Interment
Mt Nebo. ,. ,
LEHMAN. Francis H.. 75. 1029;. Col-
lins Ave., Bal Harbour. Riverside.
MARKS. Lena, 70, 16851 N.E. 18th
Ave. Newman. .....
STRAUSS. Joseph. 83. 549 Michigan
Ave., M.B. Blasherg.
WOLF, Manuel B.. 73, 300 Bayview
Dr., M.B. Riverside.
ADLER, little T.. 78. 1209 Andora.
Coral Gables. Riverside. Interment
Mt Nebo. __
CARP, Stephen F., 20, 8110 Crespi
Blvd., M.B. Riverside
KAT2, Abe. 84, 540 West Ave.. M.B.
Newman. ...
BLOCK, Rose E., 76. 1550 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
GILBERT, Mildred. 65. 1690 N.E
191st St. Riverside.
GUDIS, Ruth C, 65. 1100 West Ave.,
M.I?. Riverside. _
SALINS. Solomon, 68. 7941 West Dr.,
North Bay Village. Newman.
EPSTEIN, Ralph. 73. 1900 South
Treasure Dr., North Bay Village.
Riverside. in ,
FLUMBAUM. Ben. 89, 9140 S.W. 40th
Ter. Riverside.
MILSKY. Josef, 90 540 West Ave.,
M.B. Gordon. ,
MOTEL. Isadore, 79. 1500 Bay Rd..
M B. Newman.
OREL, Saul. 81. 800 Washington Ave.,
M.B Newman.
WARD. Selma T,ubln, 43. 2630 S.W.
29th Place Gordon.
BERG. Adolph. 79, 100 Uncoln Rd.,
M.B Riverside.
FINKELSTEIN. Mar. 75. 1018 Me-
ridian Ave.. M.B Gordon.
GLICKMAN. Vincent. 57, 2135 N.E.
169th St.. N.M.B. I>vltt.
ROSEN. Lena 78. 1506 Collins Ave.,
M.B Riverside.
ROSENBERG. Rose. 54. 2025 N.E.
168th St N.M.B Newman.
SMITH. T-ouls. 70. 125 South Shore
Pr M B. Gordon.
ABRAMS. Ravmond. 63. 1345 Nor-
mandy Dr.. M R l>v't.
COOPER. Rov r 61, 4775 Collins Ave.,
M B Riverside
FEIBUS. Joseph, 79. 655 Euclid Ave.
Riverside.
GINENSKV. Jacob H. 55. ?801 S.W.
27th St Gordon. Interment Mt
Sinn I
HUMME'.L. Ponhle. S3. 535 \V. 50th
St.. M B. Newman
KAPLAN. Meyer, 62. 79"4 West Dr.
M B levltt
KLINGER. Abraham, 67. 7"2 13th St.,
M T? Riverside
SAGER. Ben. 70. 301 S. Ocean Dr.
M T? Newman.
THORNER. Jacob, 76 1298 N.E 1S2nd
St \mi R River WEISSER. Jack. 63. 4901 N W 52nd
Ct.. Vewman.
ADLER. Anna. 70. 1405 N.W. 7th St
Rla.hc-sr.
CORRS'N. An"a. 81. 5401 Collln Ave..
M R Rlver.lrtp
DANN. >hlltn 91. 1701 Collins Ave..
M B lveelde
MARKU. TH Reth. 12. 13421 8.W.
99th Plore. rV>rV
ROUNKRANTJ. Tac.b. 74. 4525 Col-
ltrm Avf M n Nnmiin.
MOirowiT7 Ton. M, >00 West Are..
M.B. Riverside.
PAWLIGER, Julia Harris, 8290 S.W.
Hist Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo. _
SCHWARTZ, Sadie, 66, 18566 N.E.
1 Mb Ave. Riverside,
SIMMS, Dr. l-Yrd.-riek, 70. 2851 Leon-
ard Dr.. N.M.B. Riverside.
WOLKOWISKY. Ell. ". 915 E.20th
Si Hialeah. Riverside.
COSTA. Anthony A.. 80. 6770 Indian
creek Dr., M.B. Riverside.
KLEIMAN. Helen, 81, 18U N.W. 8th
Ave. Newman.
LASTINGER, Samuel T. Jr.. 39, 5930
Alton lid m B. Newman.
PASTOR. Catberln. 59, 5775 Collins
Ave. U B Riverside.
ROBILLARD. Dorothy, 72. 3078 Alton
Rd.. M.B. liiverslde.
RUBENSTEIN. Barnott, 66. 8335 N.W.
89th Ct,, Riverside
SCHINDLER. Ruth. 63, 1000 West
Ave., M B. Newman.
SHERWIN. Sylvia, 50 1244 Michigan
Ave MB Blasbers;.
BART, Max 56. 16701 N.E. 21st Ave .
N.M.B. Riverside.
BYDARIAN. Harry (Hessoul. .9, 549
Meridian Ave.. M.B Riverside.
COHEN. Lilyan. 62, 5601 Collins Ave..
MB. Blasherg.
GRODn-.. i,illian B., 57, 1855 N.E
121st St. Riverside.
JAFFE, Nathan. 68. 1334 Washington
Ave., MB. Riverside.
SCHNIPPER. Hose. 66. 1530 N.E.
191st St.. N.M.B Riverside.
STURMAN, Rose, 69, 3140 Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Blasherg.
Special Services At Various Institutions
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy Serv-
ice, will conduct special services
.commemorating the High Hob-
Days at various institutions in the
community, according to an an-
nouncement made by Lo Eisen-
stein. chairman of the Chaplaincy
Advisory Committee.
Rabbi Schiff will conduct serv-
ices at the Sunland Training Cen-
ter. Jewish Home for the Aged.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Jack-
son Memorial Hospital and Mount
Sinai Hospital.__________________
AJCongress Film To Be
Shown At Luncheon
The Louise Wise Chapter of
American Jewish Congress will
hold its first luncheon meeting of
the season at noon on Thursday.
Sept. 23, in the Algiers Hotel.
The program for the afternoon
will feature the film, "The First
Half Century of American Jewish
Congress." Mrs. Anna K. White,
president, is in charge of reserva-
tions.
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin, assist-
ant chaplain, will conduct services
at South Miami Hospital, Baptist
Hospital and Mercy Hospital. Also
assisting In the High Holy Day pro-
gram will be several rabbis from
the community offering service
and solace to Jewish people in vari-
ous institutions.
The Community Chaplaincy Serv-
ice, founded in 1966, is sponsored
by the Greater 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
program consists of visits to Jew-
ish persons confined to hospitals
and other institutions in Dade
County who are not affiliated with
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any synagogue.
Serving on the Chaplaincy Ad-
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stein are Dr. Herbert M. Baum-
gard, Walter S. Falk. Sam Gold-
man, Mrs. Milton S. Green, Sam J.
Heiman, Jack Katzman, Barry Ku-
tun, Rabbi Sol Lrndau, Dr. Irving
Lehrman, Max Mansfield and Irv-
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STAR OF DAVID
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5900 S.W. 77th Avenue Tel: 274-0641
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1971
10:45 A.M.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Temple Judea
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
12:30 P.M.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion
3:30 P.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
AIL OF THE JEWISH PUBLIC ARE INVITED
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special Community Memorial
Services
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1971
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
11:00 A.M.
i
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TAMID
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MAX UPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
12:00 Noon
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
1:30 P.M.
RABBI NATHAN ZOLONDEK
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
2:00 P.M.
RABBI SIMON APRIL
TEMPLE BETH TOV
2:30 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call 885-1689


3


Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
*Jewlsti FBcridliain
Page 11-A
Cabinet Adopts Tough Yirectory
Interpreters
Now Available
Stand Against Strike
BBYO Presidents Selected
i and Many Roscrihaum, 17, of E
, ^ ...._. I Meadow, N.Y., was elected int.
Michael Dockterman. lb, of Rock [national
Island, 111., was elected interna- I Girls
tional president of Aleph Zadik!

JERUSALEM (JTA> The
Cabinet has adopted a tough
st ind against strikes by g0V-
(inmeiit.iUKl.public service em-
ployee! and appointed a minis-
terial (Minmittee to draft a bill
for prompt action by the Knes-
m i
riii- principles to be embodied
,11 (he lei,nsl-ition, based on pro-
mpt als by Labor Minister Jaseph
\ mogi, include compulsory ar-
) nitration and a ban on strikes,
by government and public serv-
ice employees for the duration
of their contract. They also lay
down rules for calling a strike
.mi 1 would make strikers liable
for damage! incurred ty unau-
thorized walkouts.
The two Mttpam nilitlnters vo-
till a ;;lnst the declaration of
uniiirals adopted by the Cubl-
nrt bii' Map'im is not e\|n-eted
to create a coalition at this time.
The Cabinet did not take ac-
tion to end the strike by cus-
] insp"Ctors and other em-
i's of the customs agency
which is continuing at Asfadod,
Israel's second largest seaport.
Striking customs officials at
1 ydda Airport, ,were bacK,,^
work after being served with an
injunction hist week.
Efforts to settle the customs
Strike were unsuccessful. The
strikers claimed that the nego-
tiations dispatched by the Fi-
nance Ministry lacked the au-
thority to settle their demands.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
has indicated that he might ask
for a special Cabinet session to
take action against the striking
customs employees. A Knesset
session was called on the sub-
ject of labor disputes.
The fourth edition of the "Di ;
rectory of Volunteer Interpreters,"'
m-epared by Zonta Club of Greater j
Miami, has just been published.
The new'directbryiists 'Hj'Mflca*"
interpreters' who speak more than
three dozen languages and dialects. I
and is available on reauesl t"
courts, hospitals, libraries and '
other civic organiz itions of Greater !
Miami.
Free copies are available, as long
is supplies last, from Miss Martina
Thurmond, chairman of volunteer
interpreters. Zonta Club of Greater
Miami. Coral Gables.
Author Jean Lee Latham is club
(resident.
president of B'naJ B'i
at the Internationa] com.
tions of the two organizations he' '
Aleph, the boy's component of the! at Camp B'naJ B'rith, Star!
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization: Pa-
[local Artist In Art Directory
Local artist Alton J. Chapman,
[who paints under the name "Alja-
linaii." h is been selected to appear
|i-i the new 1971-72 Editions Pub-
ol il 'International Directory of
[Artt." Published in New York, the
j (countries around the world. It will
ivailatde in the United States
|at the end of 1971.
UF Unit Report Luncheon
The first unit rc|x>rt luncheon
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vonduetvd by
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TEMPLE JUDEA
10:00 A.M.
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
TEMPLE ZAMORA
10:30 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 A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:30 P.M.
RABBI BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
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For Further Information
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Jen isi ffrrikfif*r
Friday, Sept 17, I97j
Plans For New Year Bonds Effort Mapped
Calling upon the Greater Miami
Jewish community to "act in the
spirit of true brotherhood and so-
lidarity in behalf of Israel as we
begin the New Year," a group of
local rabbis stressed the signifi-
cance of "acts of commitment and
support"' through Israel Rewrln for
Israel's "economic strength to pre-
sereve in the struggle to survive
and to realize the hopes for peace."
The statement was issued by
the rabbis following a meeting of
the South Florida Rabbinic Cabi-
net for Israel Bonds, this week at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
group heard a report by Michael
Litvak. director of the Israel Bond
Organization, on his meetings with
Israel's Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
in Washington.
The Rabbinic Cabinet mi
plans for an intensified effort for
Israel Bonds during the Jewish
Mew Year period and in the wo >kfi
to follow. Nearly every synagi
and temple in the Greater Miami
area will conduct appeals for Israel
Bonds during the High Holidays.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El is
chairman of the executive board
of the Israel Bond Organization
and Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, is
national chairman of the Rabbinic
Cabinet for Israel Bonds. Rabbi j
Mayer Abramowitz of Temple M<>- '
norah is chairman of special events.
In their joint message, the rabbis
said, "The consciousness of our
Jewish heritage is heightened with
the coming of the High Holidays.
It serves to focus our attention on
the extraordinary need for unity
and generous participation in the
Israel Bond campaign to enable
Israel to carry on its development
program."
Emphasizing that the people of
Israel "are determined to go for-
ward with their economic and cul-
tural growth" during this critical
turning point in their history, the
spiritual leaders asserted that "we
take heart from the courage of
Israel's people for whom no sa Ti-
flce Is too great." They stressed
that Israel Bor.ds are a vital fac-
tor in Israel's continuing program
'o provide employment and hous-
ing for incoming Jews.
Declaring that "a cloud of anxi-
ty hangs over Israel as we usher
in the New Year," the rabbis is-
sued a plea for a concrete expres-
sion of economic support at this
time through the purchase of Is-
rael Bonds. 'The Bonds you buy
will build towns and villages, farms
and factories, roads and harbors,
housing and transport. They will
also demonstrate your commit-
ment to help th< people of Israel
prevail against all odds and all Jew.sh people in its raffled
dangers in the New Year," the .strength and ^rminat.on. rests
rabbis stated. "In the unity of the I the survival and future of Israel.
Leo Mindlin Friday's
'Jewish Hour' Guest
! "
Miami Herald columnist Leo
Mindlin, will be the guest on the
"Florida Jewish Hour" program
Friday at 11:30 a.m. on WCIX-TV.
Ch. 6. He will be interviewed by
Gerald Schwartz, moderator of th
'How To Look At Art'
An illustrated lecture on "How;
to Look at Art" by Prof. Patrick
Delong of Miami-Dade Junior Col-
..is the highlight of the North j
Miami Beach Artists Guild meeting
Wednesday at the Civic Center in
North Miami Be:'ch. Guild presi-
dent is Stella F< Id.
Youth Register Sunday
R' gistration for youth activities
to be held in the new youth build-
ing at Beth Torah was held Sunday
afternoon. The program will in-
clude United Synagogue Youth
Youne Judea, athletics, drama club
and photography. The new facility
will be dedicated in October.
weekly series, on current condi-
tions in Israel and on other mat-
ters of current interest.
Mr. Mindlin. an associate pro-
ressor at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, has been a frequent visitor
to Israel and Europe. The former
ir.g editor of The Jewish
Floridian, he has served on the
boards of directors of numerous
Jewish organizations.
Dr. Leon Kronish. rabbi of Tem-
:>le Beth Sholom and chairman of
'.he rational rabbinic cabinet tor
Israel Bonds, and Michael Litvak.
executive director of the Israel
Bor.ds organization here, will be
guest* on the Sept. 22 program.
They will discuss the special ef-
fort of Israel Bonds during the
High Holy Days at synagogues and
temples throughout South Florida.
Rabbi Kronish is a former general
chairman of Israel Bonds for Great-
r Miami.
UO MINDLIN
Prof. Marbiny Teaching
Professor Hershel M
Marbiny will be teaching
music, drama and choral i |
in room 127 of Ida M. Fisher I n.l
munity School, Tuesdays fr H
10 9 p.m. On Thursdays si
ire held in the main and:'
jf Fisher School, from 7 to !
Auxiliary Services Set
Rabbi Moishe Greobel and I
Field will officiate at the au\ i. .:)!
High Holy Day services of Y lungl
Israel of Greater Miami, which]
will be held in the Washington
Federal Auditorium, 633 NE 167 th|
St., North Miami Beach.
(feWNwAk
r. IR DA
JM WISHES YOU A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH JOY AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be filled with
many shining moments, including the warmth
of new friendships and the joy of old ties
with those you love and surmounting them all,
the happiness of dreams come true.


"drewiislti Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section B
Robert Russell Speaker At
Young Leadership Meeting
Eban Outlines
U.N, Strategy
Rehcrt Russell, a vice president
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
in and a member of the Na-
. United Jewish Appeal's exec-
commlttee, will be the guest
. i a1 Mi Federation's 1971-
1 ung Leadership Cabinet meet*
Satui la) evening, Sept. 25, at
the Sonesta Beach Hotel on Key
. ne.
Mr. Russell recently returned
from Israel where he attended the
meetings of the reconstituted
Jewish Agency for Israel as one of
1L' Americans selected to serve on
the agency's board of governors.
He has also served as general
chairman of the 1969 and 1970
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaigns.
According to Howard J. Trinz,
chairman of the 1970-71 Young
Leadership Cabinet and a member
of the Federation's board of di-
rectors, this initial dinner-dance
meeting will be geared to a social
salting; members of the Young
leadership program will meet the
officers and board of directors of
the Federation, and certificates
will be awarded to the members of
the 1970-71 Cabinet program.
A scries of eight meetings where
all aspects of Jewish life will be
surveyed in Greater Miami, the
Uri il States and Israel is on
j schedule, beginning on Oct. 13 with
a session featuring "An Historical
rotation oi' Federation Then
and Now. Why a Fedoratio
Whi t Does it Do?" This meeting
.vili also feature the topic "How
I human needs in the Jewish com-
munity arc weighed and met in
the budget process."
The Nov. 17 meeting will discuss
"The Young American Jew of To-
day." "The Struggle of Israel and
Soviet Jewry: What is the Amer-
ican Jews responsibility to Rus-
sian Jewry and to Israel?" will
be the topic of discussion at the
Jan. 12 Young Leadership Cabinet
meeting.
On Sunday, Jan. 23, a bus tour
of selected local beneficiary agen-
cies of the Federation will be con-
ducted with participants viewing
firsthand the agencies that their
contributions support. "Priorities
in Qualitative Jewish Survival,"
will be discussed at the Feb. 16
meeting, which will be held at
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The seventh session will be held
on March 15, the topic of the dis-
cussion will be "Jewish Life in
the United States." "The Role of
he Individual in the Community:
What Can One Man Do?" is the
final session set for April 19.
The Young Leadership Cabinet
i for 1971-72 will include Gerald
Fallck, chairman; Barry Haiman.
! vice chairman. The advisory board
! members are Harry A. Levy, and
! Howard J. Trinz.
Cabinet members for 1971-72 are
Allan Bork. Steve Cypen, Richard
Kssen. David Feirrborg, Ronald
Gelles, Stanley Gettis, Edwin Gins-
j burg. Dr. Barry Hahpem, David K.
Harris. Jack Herskowitz, Howard
Hirschficld. Arthur Jacowitz, Miles
Kuttler, Steven J. Kravitz, Barry
Kutun, Herb Levin, Norman H.
Lipoff. Mel Morgenstern, Ronald
Ruskin, Barry Scholl, Howard
Scott, Charles B. Stuzin. Dr. Pablo
Tachmes, Arthur Thurman, Syd-
ney S. Traum, Martin Wagner,
Sherwood Weisner and Robert
Yawitt.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Cabinet heard Foreign Minister
Abba Eban's formulation of Is-
rael's strategy for the forthcom-
ing session of the United Na-
tions General Assembly and the
eventuality of a Security Coun-
cil debate on Jerusalem at Jor-
dan's behest Sunday. Mr. Eban
proposed to present to the As-
sembly a wide range of options
aeceptable to Israel for either an
over-all peace or a partial a)
ment with Egypt to reopen the
Suez Canal.
The Strategy is intended to
demonstrate termers flexibility in
contrast to the sterility of the
Ami) approach which ooncea-
trates on total Israeli withdraw-
al from the occupied territories,
Sir. Elian said.
Foreign Ministry circles be-
lieve the minimum Arab aim is
a General Assembly resolution
condemning Israel for refusing
to implement the Security Coun-
cil's Resolution 242. According
to the Arab-Soviet interpreta-
tion, the resolution makes with-
drawal a prerequisite of imple-
mentation.
The Arabs are also expected to
ask for the Assembly to con-
demn Israel for not endorsing a
memorandum by I'.N. Mideast
envoy Gunnar V. Jarring calling
for a pull-back of Israeli troops
from the Sinai in order to ef-
fect the reopening of the canal.
A special U.N. committee in-
vestigating the condition of
Arabs in Israel-held territory
was reported to be drafting a re-
port to the General Assembly
accusing Israel of having vio-
lated the 1949 Geneva Conven-
tion by preparing for permanent
rule of the occupied Arab terri-
tories.
The committee, formed In 1961 ,
consists at present of Ceylon,
Somalia and Yugoslavia. It held
hearings hist year in Western
aid Arab Capitals on alle-
gations or Israeli maltreat-
ment of the Arab inhabi-
tants of the occupied territories.
Israel refused to admit the com-
mittee to Its territory or to the
occupied area because the com-
mittee refused to conduct an in-
vestigation of the condition of
Jews in Arab lands.
Jordan has not yet made its
expected request for a S"curity
<""uncil meeting on Jerusalem.
If such a meeting is to be held
it must take place within the
next few days before the Gen-
eral Assembly session opens on
Sept. 21. It was announced some
time ago that accusations
brought by Jordan against Is-
raeli activities in Jerusalem
would be countered by a detailed
expose of Jordanian atrocities
and desecration during their 19-
year occupation of the city.
Dr. Louis Finkehstein (left), Chancellor of The Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America, presents diplomas certifying that
they are honorary Doctors of Divinity to Floridians Rabbi
Charles M. Rubel, spiritual leader of Congregation B'nai
Raphael, Miami; Rabbi Murray A. Alset (retired), the senior
member of the group, who counts 56 years as a rabbi; and
Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi of Opo Locka, also retired. Among
them, these three elder statesmen have served a total of 137
years in the rabbinate.
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fJewisl^ncrUiar
Friday, Sept. 1/, 1971
for first rim in n years
High Holy Days Services
Will Not Be Broadcast
"" ,h<,,(i1,:sUi'ilc>> 12 y,';""i
lewisn High Holy Day services
For
the J*\v
will not ho broadcast to shut-ins,
the agsd, the hospitalized, and oth-
en 'Vho provided an audiunce of
many thousands of persons in the
area.
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
which initiated and paid for theso
broadcasts on a commercial rate
basis, has found that none of the
loral radio stations it has con-
tacted la willing to change its rou-
tine to provide for 1 "2 hours of
live broadcasting on Ilosh H;ishan
ah eve and Yam Kippur eve.
Fd.va'd Cohen, administrative
director of Temple Israel, points
out; "This would have been time
purchased at the regular commer-
cial rate and was in no Bens a
request for public service time."
"The Temple Israel broadcast jf
v ship servic Is not mis-
sionary in nature nor die- il
solicit funds for any purpose." he
added. "This is a public service of
1 ongregatkm, which next year
will be Oak brating its 50th anni-
> In Miami. The excuse has
been given that this would upset
the regular broadcasting formal
In ;U Leases Jimsic .^ and tlwrt such
j a change in routine might affect
I the future listening audience of the
i stations."
I
Cohen said that he believes that
I one of the reasons he is being turn-
1 eil away is that the broadcasts are
I live and most of the stations are
I so mechanized that they seem to
| be able to handle only tapes, not
j people. He indicated that the F.C.C.
| would be made aware of the situa-
! tion in which Jewish religious time
i cannot be purchased on most of
the Greater Miami area radio
station.
"Radio's ARB ratings, which
show that Temple Israel's regular
Friday night worship broadcasts
have one oi the highest ratings
among all stations, either FM or
AM, indicate that listeners to re-
ligious broadcasts are an audience
! to be sought," Mr. Cohen declared.
j As a matter of fact, when one un-
derstands how low the listening
audience for nightly radio is, at
j best, it is difficult to comprehend
how these stations can refuse a
I program which over the years has
proved to be one of the most pop-
ular on night stations.
A Very Happy and Healthful
New Year To AM
My Relatives and Friends
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we call the "Peak Period'.' That's the time when
youandall your neighborsuse the most electricity.
For cooling off. Cooking. Baking. Dishwashing.
(You know the routine.) All cause an unusually
heavy drain on the power supply. And all increase
the chances of a power shortage occurring on a hot
summer's day when just about every air conditioner
within miles is going full blast.
Between 4 pm and 8 pm on hot days,
moderate the temperature of your air conditioner.
Don't overcool. Also, plan meals which require little
or no cooking. Cook before or after peak periods.
(The same holds true for washing and drying clothes
and dishes.) Finally, keep to a minimum the amount
of hot water you use for baths, showers, and other
Uses during peak periods.
Electricity, like all of America's resources,
should be used wisely. By helping us conserve
electricity, between 4 pm and 8 pm these summer
days, you'll be helping yourself. And everyone else,
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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
*Jmist> Rarkkan
Rabbi Stern To Speak
At Oholei Torah Event
Oholei Torah Day School will
hold its annual Stj^bbog Shuvah
Melavwb Malke at 9 p.m. Saturday.
Sept. 25, in the Caribbean Hotel,
it has been announced. Rabbi Tibor
H. Stern, spiritual leader of the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue and a well-known author
and lecturer, will be the guest
U speaker.
A special program welcoming
the Cuban Jewish community into
the Oholei Torah "family" is
planned with Rabbi Moshe Simon
serving as master of ceremonies.
Entertainment will be provided
bv a number of children who are
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according to Rabbi Abraham Korf,
executive director. All those who
attend the school receive a secular
'ducation comparable to that of-
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said Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar,
principal, and in addition obtain
an intensive Yeshivath education in
the Hebrew Department. An open
door policy is maintained at the in-
stitution, which Drovides a Jew-
ish education to all who wish it,
regardless of their financial status.
Dr. Eli Hershmann is chairman
of an arrangements committee
which includes Bob Entin, Mel
Feit, Dr. Aaron Katz, Dr. Miller,
Mel Landow, Dr. Joe Berger, Mar-
tin Genet and Morton Mayberg
Menashc Hirsch is serving his third
term as nrps;rtpt of the s-hool.
Convention Marks
70th Anniversary
Representatives of all 700 Jew-
ish settlements in Israel partici-
pated in the "Kol Ha-Adama"
("Call of the Land") convention
under the auspices of the Jewish
National FrrfW- Into h*, month.
Among the honored guests was
Prime Minister Golda Meir.
The 1971 "Kol Ha-Adama" con-
vention, a continuation of a KKL
tradition begun before the estab-
lishment of the state, marked the
Fund's 70th anniversary.
Mt. Herzl was chosen as the
site for the festivities, since the
idea of a national fund of the Jew-
ish people to redeem the soil of
Israel was brought by Dr. Theodor
Herzl, the founder of modern Zion-
ism, before the Fifth Zionist Con-
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Rabbi Abramowitz to Speak
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was
to be the principal speaker at the
Jewish National Fund planning
committee meeting slated for noon
Thursday at the Morton Towers
Restaurant Emanuel Mentz is
chairman of th committee.
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Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
Bonita J. Basile
And Luke Ross
Exchange Vows
Bonita Jean Basile and Luke
Anthony Ross exchanged their mar-
riage vows before Rabbi Norman
Shapiro ami Cantor Richard
Barawdy Thursday, Sept. 2. in
ceremonies which took place al 8
pint, in the Dora] Hotel, Miami
Beach.
The bride, daughter oi Mrs, Paul-
ina Basile and Prank Basile of
Cleveland. Ohio, graduated from
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Her
husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ross, 137 Shore Drive West, is a
graduate of the University of
Miami,
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Ross selected a Bjewn of ivory
mossaic lace with satin ribbon trim
and ruffled sleeves and a mantilla-
like veil. She was attended by her
sisters and sister-in-law.. Mrs. Wil-
liam C. King, matron of honor, and
bridesmaids Mrs. Warren Lamb.
Mrs. Dennis M. Fill, and Mrs.
Frank J. Basile. Her niece. Kelly
Ann Kins;, served as flower girl.
The groom's brother, Bruce S.
Rus-s. was best man; ushers in-
cluded John MarzuUo, John Re-
viere, Dr. Bertram Brown and
Frank Lavccchia.
After a weekend in Paradise Is-
land, Nassau, they will be at home
at 7326 SW 80th St. Plaza.
MRS. LUKt A. ROSS
Happenings
Miami Mayor David T. Ken-
nedy is receiving a special
award from the Florida South
Chapter of the American Insti-
tute of Architects for "seeking
design excellence and beauty in
his city," according to an an-
nouncement made by AIA pres-
ident Thiirston Hatcher.
MRS. HARRIS HORVATH
Enid Bother Bride
Of Harris H or rath
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Bolker
of Miami have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Enid
Anne Bolker. to Harris Horvath.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Rose Horvath of Miami.
The wedding took place Sunday.
Aug. 29 at Beth David Congrega-
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The former Melissa Robin Sacks
and Jay Michael Toblin exchanged
marriage vows on Sunday. Sept.
'12, with RabUL Norman- Shapiro
officiating, the 12:30 p.m. eorc-
I mony was held at the Famous
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Parents of the newlyweds are
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The bride was attended by Cath-
rine Jean Press, matron of honor,
and the groom's best man was his
brother. Steve Chait. Among ush-
ers were George Kagan, Scott
Radel. Mike Backer and Billy
Morrison.
The A-line wedding gown, de-
signed by the bride, was fashioned
of lace over white satin. A wide
border of white satin formed the
hem and was repeated at the neck-
line with turned back collar. The
full lace sleeves with deep French
cuffs were fastened with hand-
made satin rosettes. The bridal
bouquet was made up of an ar-
rangement featuring carnations.
daises and pink roses.
The new Mrs. Toblin graduated
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and attended Miami-Dade
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* ImMriFhrMKam
Shelley R. Lipson Becomes the Bride Of Robert J. Covin
Page 5-B
Shelly Ruth U|>sori became the
bride of Robert Joel Covin at Beth
David Congregation on Sunday,
i 5. Rabbit Sol L-andmi and
I ./ r A. Levi ar.d Cantors Wil-
liam W. Lipson and Abraham Kbs-
tcr officiated .it the 5 p.m. cere-
monies, which wi re followed by a
reception and dinner at the syna-

The newlyweds ire the children
Cantor :in>! Mrs, William W.
Lipson and Mr. and Mrs. Michael
{'ovin.
The new Mrs Covin is a grad-
uate "l Miami Senior High School.
She received her I'.A. degree in
v and Speech Pathology
I the University of Miami and
recently comi let d i year of grad-
uate study in audiology at Emory
1 iveraity School of Medicine.
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Miami Palmetto Senior High
School, attended Emory Univer-
sity and received his US. degree
lYom the School of H itel Adminis-
i ration at Cornell University. He
h is recentlj i I the p isition
Director of Food Services at
N irth Carolina State University at
i: ileigh.
The bride selected a gown of
shell white jersey maricane.
MRS. ROBtRT J. COV/N
The high-rise bodice and cuffs of
the bishop sleeves were reemforoid-
ercd with floral Guippere lace, and
a matching headpiece held her
chapel-length veil.
Denisc Lipson was her sister's
maid of honor. Mrs. Ray Apple-
baum. Mrs. Harry Covin, Sue Ru-
ben, Janet Seitlin, and Kathi Wbin-
traub were bridesmaids. H. John
McDargh was best man. and Val
Darby, Barry Covin. Brad Emmer,
Joe Kovaz, and Norman Lipson
served as ushers.
Grandparents of the newlyweds,
ML a,""L Mi*- Fred Byjnkei; ol
Aktoii." Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Emitter of Miami, were in-
cluded in the bridal party.
After honeymooning in N'orth
Carolina, the couple will make
their home in Raleigh.
Raskins Announcing
Jeans Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin of
ST. 10 SW 118th St., announce the
engagement or their daughter. Jean
EHse, to Myron J. Ray vis, the son
>!' Mr. and Mrs. David Rawis of
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A December wedding is being
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On the 16th of July 1971, on one of the
fabled Judean hills which surround Jerusalem,
a sudden burst of activity disturbs the earth
and stones which have lain quietly for gen-
erations. The hustle and bustle of people com-
ing and going, of measurements and plans,
is part of the Jerusalem of today and of tomor-
row it is the groundwork for the new Shaare
Zedek Community Medical Center.
Throughout the world the name of Jeru-
salem conjures images of history and religion.
It evokes memories of past glories and ancient
traditions. But Jerusalem of today is more than
the heritage of centuries it is a living city,
reunited and whole, the capital of the State of
Israel.
The dream of a return to Jerusalem is
now a reality. Thousands of Israelis, immi-
grants from the four corners of the world, pil-
grims and tourists flock to the Holy City. New
houses, hotels, streets, stores, playgrounds and
other facilities of urban life are being con-
structed daily to accommodate them. Jeru-
towards the future, so Shaare Zedek must
grow and expand. The present hospital con-
structed in 1902, continues to provide the best
medical care to all, but the crowded corridors
yearn for space, the cramped quarters for
room to place better and more modern equip-
ment, and the service facilities for the auto-
mation of the world of tomorrow.
Thus the new Shaare Zedek Medical Cen-
ter will soon rise as a part of the Jerusalem
of the future. Its capacity will be doubled to
500 beds. A research Center, Nursing Educa-
tional Center, Outpatient Clinic building and
other ancillary facilities will combine to cre-
ate an outstanding teaching hospital, a hos-
pital for the young and the old, for the citizens
of Jerusalem and of Israel.
On a hill in Bet Hakerem, a suburb in
Israel's Capital, Shaare Zedek Community
Medical Center, famous throughout the coun-
try as the 'hospital with a heart,' will continue
to maintain its history of pioneering in medi-
cal care. The new facilities will allow the con-
salem has become the fastest growing city in
the country. More than 300,000 Jews and
Arabs live in the city now some in the Old
City which dates back to the days of King
David and Solomon, others in the new Jeru-
salem which has grown up in the past half
century. In the next ten years the population
will reach one hall million.
For the newcomers as well as the old
timers in the city, the immigrants and the na-
tive Israeli, Jew, Christian and Moslem, there
is a hospital to provide medical care the
first Jewish hospital built outside the walls of
the Old City Shaare Zedek. But just as Jeru-
salem is growing, just as the city is looking
PROF. DAVID M. MAEIR, M.D., Director General, Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem
MR. MAX STERN, Chairman of the International Board of Directors, New York -
Southeast Region 605 Lincoln Rd., Suite 502, Miiami Beach, Florida Tel. 531*8329
cept of community medicine to bridge the gap
between the hospital, the private physicians
and the people. Physicians, nurses, physio-
therapists and social workers will take the
skills of the hospital into patients' homes in a
highly developed program of home care treat-
ment.
The Geriatrics Department, with its spe-
cial facilities to make the aged more comfort-
able another of the present Shaare Zedek's
'firsts' will be able to treat more patients in
the future. All in all, the New Shaare Zedek
will be a part of growing Jerusalem and grow-
ing Israel.


Page 6-B
* Jewish nor id fan
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
Time To Reorder
Priorities, Take
Stock Spiritually
"The High Holv Days are tra-
ditionally a time for spiritual
stocktaking, for a reordering of
the priorities of our religious life.
These priorities are determined by
forces from within and without
the Jewish community." Dr. Irving
Lehrmun, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, said
this week.
"From within the Jewish situa-
tion comes the urgent demand that
Jewish education finally be given
first priority, not only rhetoric, but
in the allocation of Jewish com-
munal resources," he continued.
This wc must do if we are to
prevent :i Jewish survival that is
totally devoid of Jewish content
and unrecognizable from a sur-
rounding culture that is increas-
ingly secular and pagan.
"The assaults from without de-
mand a re-affirmation of our faith-
fulness to Jerusalem. These as-
saults come from both political
and religious quarters, and raise
questions that go far beyond po-
litical considerations."
"The suggestion that of all of
the presences which the Holy City
has experienced, only the Jewish
presence is untrustworthy and of-
fensive, says little about interna-
tional justice and morality. It does
however, speak volumes about the
persistence of prejudice and big-
otry," the spiritual leader of Mi-
ami Beach's Temple Emanu-E]
declared.
A surprise donation of S25.000 in State of Israel Bonds to
the building fund campaign for the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy's new junior and senior high school building by
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin highlighted the Academy's instal-
lation dinner this week at the Deauville Hotel. Smiling over
the transaction, from left to right, are Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal; Irving Firtel, president; and Mr. and Mrs.
Rifkin. Mr. Rifkin is a vice president of the Hebrew Academy.
Surprise Donations Brings
Academy To Half-Way Mark
Mr. Merwitzer and Irving Firtel, I
president of the Academy, accepted
A donation of $25,000 in Israel
Bonds by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Rifkin has pushed the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy's campaign
for its new junior and senior high
sell K>1 building near the half-way
mark, according to Louis Merwit-
:. ^ me t] chairman of the drive.
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during the annual joint installation
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Women at the Deauville Hotel this
week.
More than 300 community lead-
ers attended, a majority of them
orn In as new officers, di-
rs or : rustees. Mrs. Leonard
. ., is sworn in as ;.t of
Hebrew Academy Women by
Ral Alexander S. Gross, princi-
!..i! of th sen oi who Berved as
i stalling officer for both
men's and and women's organiza-

Dinner chairman B. I. Binder
moved the proceedings along rap-
idly with participants including
Rabbis Sol Landau and David
Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif,
Oscar Mamber, Oscar Shapiro.
Samuel Reinhard, Mrs. Herman L.
Shaw and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, was the principal
speaker. He said the Synagogue
Council soon will launch a major
campaign to seek the highest pri-
ority for Jewish education from
Jewish federations throughout the
United States, "with special em-
phasis on Hebrew day schools."
Rabbi Gross announced that reg-
istrations at the Hebrew Academy
and its affiliated schools has passed
the 850 mark, highest in the nearly
24-year history of the educational
institution.
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s "Conjecture
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various European
ils.
Israeli delegations have been
, m^ite I to the USSR with no
lifflculty i recent months to
iitend internationl identtfic
tonferences. A group of six
.,.,,.; ftlsts, most of them
m-Communist, have just re-
urne I I a two-week visit to
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>,.aci immlttee. All of the
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I'Jewisti Acrid fan
Friday, Sept 17. 1971


Barbara Ostrofsky Becomes the Bride Of Dr. Rosenthal
A 'i luble-ring ceremony at the
Cinga Bay Country Club united
the former Phyllis Ostrofsky and
Dr. Stephen Phillip Rosenthal in
narriage Sunday, Sept. 12. Rabbi
M : j Skop offleiated at the nup-
tials anil a reception followed the
ceremony.
The bride is th.' daughter of ..Mr,
and Mrs. Myer Ostrofsky, 4030
SW 16th Ter., Coral Cables. She
has a B.A. degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami and is now a free
lance fashion illustrator.
Her sister, Arlene Krensky, serv-
ed at matron of honor, with Leslie
and Andrea Krensky as junior
bridesmaids and Traeey Shapiro
;ictins as (lower girl.
Martin Rosenthal was his
brother's best man and ushers in-
cluded Herb Krensky, Leonard
Wolfson and Leonard Shapiro.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Rosenthal oi Bal Harbour, the
bridegroom has a B.S.E.E. degree
from the University of Miami
School iJf Bftglmering and an M.D.
legree from the U-M School of
Medicine. He is a member of Phi
Delta Lpsilon fraternity and be-
longs to Tau Beta Pi and Etta
Kappa Mil. He received the Alan
Teitler award at bis graduation
PWdlfS f. NASH
June Nuptials For
Phyllis Ellen Nash,
Joel Fine Ginsberg
and Mrs. Martin P. Nash of
4-334 Toledo St., Coral Cables, have
announced the engagement of theu
ghter Phyllis Ellen to Joel Fine
sberg. The future bridegroom
he son ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
H. Ginsberg of Dalton, Ga.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
( al Gables Senioi High School.
attended the University of Ala-!
.. h. re she belonged to Sig-
Delta Tau sorority. She will
duate in March, 1972 from the
V versity of Georgia with a de-
Ui Eli mentarj Education.
fiance gi I'.n ted from the
l" varsity ol Georgia where \\
v,;-- president of Tau Epsllon Phi
ternity, and is presently attend-
the Medical College of Geor-
at Augusta.
engaged couple will be feted
pt a partj on Saturday, Nov. 27 in
in. ..in! again in Dalton dur-
the l.o'.uiav vacation at the end
Their wedding is planned for
June 10 At Temple .ludea.
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Lee Elterman And
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of their daughter, Lee Ellen, to
Ronald M. Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. In Stuart Of Montauk and
Palm Beach.
The future bride, a graduate of
Highland Preparatory School, at-
tended Pratt Institute and Cali-
fornia College Of Arts and Crafts.
She is presently a fashion designer
in New York.
Her fiance who observed his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom
with Rabbi Leon Kionish officiat-
ing, is a cum laude graduate of
both Cashing Academy and Cor-
nell University, and is now a
corporate bond specialist with a
Wall Street investment banking
ii :n. He is the grandson of Mr*.
Vl!:t Applcbaum. 5101 Collins Avc.
and the late Max Applcbaum.
The couple will be married Oct.
30 at the Montauk Golf and Rac-
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from medical school and received
honorable mention in the student
day awards at his engineering
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Dr. Rosenthal is now interning in
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Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
fJenisti fhrudmar:
Page 9-B
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
A dizzying whirl for tho Sorrur-
gtein Family 'his past weekend
centered around the Bar Mitzvah
Of Mark Kary.
son of Helen and
Sej mour Somer-
sioin, ht'M Sat-
urday morning
at Beth David.
Grandparents ol
ili" cek brant are
Rena and Fred
Somerstein of
M i a m i Beach
a n d maternal
gran dparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon May of Bir-
mingham, Ala. Other out-of-town
guests here for the festivities wen
Helen's brother and wife. Irving
.mil Joan May and their two
Elaine and Donald, also from Bir-
mingham.
Joining the family circle, Helen's
brother David May and wife Joy
with their offspring. Debbie and
Rickey, and Fred Somerstein's
sister, Lena with spouse Sam Kan-
nor, all ol Miami Beach.
Included in the Bar Mitzvah's
immediate family, sister Laurie
and brother Barry-, who came
from rfeW Orleans where he
attends Tulane University, for th<
occasion, and his dad's brothei
Robert Somerstein with wife Myr-
na and sons Scott. Alan and Mike
On Friday evening, the Fred
Somersteins and the Robert Som-
rsteins hosted a dinner party for
relatives and out-of townors at the
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Following the Bar Mitz\ ih serv-
ice and ceremony, Mr and Mrs.
Seymour Somerstein entertained
at a luncheon, and thai night
hosted a reception al Westview
Country Club.
Theme for the party, chosen h\
Helen to express "the happiness
we all felt" was thai popular littli
"Smile" face which grinned dour,
at the over 200 guests from pos-
ters, decorations and balloons.
Mark and some 30 of his peer;
had a room to themselves when
they enjoyed teenag< re 'food
hot dogs, hamburgers and cokes
rather than the more adult gour
met dishes served to the a lults.
But when the bind turned from
lox trots and meringues to rock-
ind-roll, the youngsters took over
the dance floor for awhile, much
to everyone's delight. Most ener-
getic dancer on the floor Mark
Somerstein. who certainly didn't
learn those steps in the eighth
grade at Gulliver Academy or as
a member of USY.
Among guests, all the women in
fashionable floor length dresses,
were Sylvia and Bud Kramer. Ix>llv
and Paul Shiekmnn. Norcen and
Hal Hornsteln, Joe and Jeanettc
("ohen. Maury and Natalie Cohen,
Marion and Richard Toubv. Bob-
ble and Lester Perle, Sidney and
Sylvia Lefcourt, Moe and Git
Berick.
Also, Lill Blasberg. Jimmie
Edna Chapman. Abe and Ila
losko, Sarah and Eddie Safer. Ruth
and George Weinger. Mattie Lauer,
Ewle Barmack and her son Judge
Donald and Mrs. Barmack and
daughter Carole.
On Sunday, the D ive Mays ind
Irving Maya had the pleasure <>v
gathering their relatives and OUt-
of-town guests for a brunch a*
Dave and Jov's Hibiscus Il
HMtm
manse where everyone talked
about, and enjoyed again in retro-
spect tho weekend of parties and
reunions.
it -tt
A little late in announcing it
hut Beth and Harold Zeeman have
a first grandchild, Lisa Ann Gor-
don, horn May 17. The welcome
little lady is the daughter of
Peggj fnee Zeemanl and Jon
Gordon. Paternal grandparents are
Stuart and Peggy Gordon, and ma-
ternal great-grandmother is Flor-
ence Berger. The Zeemans, having
vis.ted Israel in 1969, toured
Spain and Portugal in L970, have
th it the Orient should be
next, so they'll leave in October
or a month, making stops in
Singapore, Bangkok and Manila.
It's boon a hectic few months
for Frieda and Stanley A. Cohen.
1 Firsl they moved from their home
A Hoppy New Year To All
to an apartment in North Miami
Beach, meanwhile preparing for
the marriage of daughter Shelley
to .Marvin Quittner on Aug. 8.
Here for tho wedding as members
of the bridal party were son Ted
Cohen and wife Terry who just
made it back to California in lime
to greet son Andrew Scott born
Aug. 20. Maternal grandparents o!
the fourth generation little fel-
low are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I.
Or
Fannie Cohen has just retui
Irom a four month stay with
daughter and son-in-law Sallj
Leonard Litvin and their th
Sloven, Jody and Michael. One ot
the highlights of her vis.i v .<
I grandspn Stevens wedding. B en
ll Tl'TnT 'Fannie d v a- mu" t
, her time to the Nal I I
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9-Jenisii flcridian
Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
J_jar Jonathan Krantz
Peter Grosteld
Mitchell fried
MICHAEL MEISTER Mr. and Mrs. Fistel will host the
Michael Jay. son of Dr. and Mrs. I Oneg Shabbat Friday evening, the
Milton S. Meister will observe his Kiddush following the Saturday
Bar Mitzvah during the 11 a.m. ceremonies, and a luncheon in
services Saturday, Sept. 18, at
Temple Beth El in Hollywood.
The celebrant, grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Gabe and Dr.
and Mrs. Herman C. Meister, is
an eighth grade honor student at
Pine Crest Preparatory School in
Ft. Lauderdale, and is a member
of the Little League All-Star Team
of Hollywood.
He will be honored at the Oneg
Shabbat hosted by his parents.
tfr ir
JONATHAN KRANTZ
The Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan
Gilbert, will be celebrated Satur-
day. Sept. 18, at Beth David Con-
gregation.
Jonathan is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Krantz, 10780 S\V 102nd
Ave., and grandson of Phillip Koff,
Miami He is in the eighth grade
at Deerborne School and his at-
tended Beth David Hebrew School
for eight years.
A reception in honor of the
celebrant will be hcl.l at the Four
Ambassadors.
& ir it
MITCHELL LAZAB
Mitchell, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Lazar, will be Bar Mitzvah
during the Saturday morning s-.-rv-
their son's honor in the temple
Saturday afternoon.
Among the honored guests will
be Jeffrey's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Sandier and Mrs. Bee
Fistel. Jeffrey's aunts and uncles.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mittler and
son Andy, and Mrs. Ethel Fistell
from Ossining, N'.Y.
ir it it
PETER C.UOSFELD
Peter, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Grosfeld will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temole Menorah, Sat-
urday morning, Sept. 18.
Peter, an eighth erode student at
Nautilus Junior High School, won
several achievement medals this
summer.
Following the services there
will be a Kiddush at Temple Me-
in social hall. A luncheon hon-
>ring Peter will be held at the Al-
giers Hotel Sunday afternoon.
LEON BODZIN
Leon, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bodzin of North Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr., on Satur-
day, Sept. 18.
Leon is a student at John F.
A Happy and Healthy
New Year to All
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715 SEYBOLD BUILDING
Phone 377-0055
Greetings and Best Wishes
For a Happy and Healthy
New Year to All of Our
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DR. & MRS. JEROME COHEN
and Children, Miriam Pesa
and David Aaron, of
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formerly of Miami
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MR. MARION
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Phone 866-2423
LEGAL NOTICE
ices Sept. 18, at Bah Torah Con- lKennedy Junior Hich School. wnwo
Station. j h(, h -n thc ein,n grad(? Ho is
The celebrant is in the confir- | football player for Ives Estates
mation class at Beth Torah's Har- Little League.
old Wo Ik Religious School.
it & it
JEFFREY FISTEL
Jeffrey Marc, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph A. Fistel. 8410 SW 16th
St., will celebrate his Bar Mitxvah
at Temple Or Olom Saturday
morning, Sept. 18.
Jeffrey, an eighth grader at West
Miami Junior High School, is pres-
ident of Temple Or Olom Junior
U.S.Y. and a leader in the Temple
Boy's Choir; he attended Camp
Ramah this summer on a Tem-
ple Or Olom scholarship. He plays
the trombone in the school's con-
cert band and is a member of the
YMHA basketball and baseball
teams. After his Bar Mitzvah. Jef-
frey will attend Temple Or Olom's
confirmation class and High School
of Jewish Studies.
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 18 HERBB1 GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encase
in business uihNt the fictitious name
of DIPLOMAT WOODCRAFTERS at
7157 N.W. 77til Terrace, Medley, Plor-
ide Phone 895-2895 intend i" register
siild name with tile Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANT< INIO E8PKJI '
DH.NNIS UODUKirKZ
9/17-24 10/1-8
A Kiddush marking the occasion
will be held following the services,
and a reception honoring the cele-
brant will be held in the Bodzin
home.
MITCHELL FREED
The Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell Jay.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Freed,
was observed Saturday, Sept. 11, at
Temple Beth Am.
Mitchell, an honor student at
West Miami Junior High, was hon-
ored by his parents at the Oneg
Shabbat after the Friday night
services. A luncheon-reception was
also held following the ceremony
on Saturday.
Among the honored guests were
his grandmother, Mis. Goldie Ind-
gin, and his great aunt, Mrs.
Blanche Levin.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3416
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HI'TH OOl.DSTEIN
Deofa-' 'I
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Apaiiist Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
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the estate of KITH GOLDSTEIN, de-
. i as.ci late of i>a to tin County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, 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 2nd
day of September, A.D. 11*71.
FRIEDA GOLDSTEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of September, 1971.
BRESLOW & RETTER
Attorney for Executrix
1005-6 Congress TTlsTg Miami. Fla.
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*Jewi$li fterBettor
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W
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Fate Of Lebanese Jewish
Leader Remains Unknown
PARIS i.I'1'A'
ii. whs kirtiiii|i;>eg on ^-;
A prominent
odor. Albert
fPt- \
, .it by :T^meiiTii.'n. il had
been learned here. In apite of in-
tensivi police investigation his fate
remains unknown and tho kidnap-
have not been Identified.
The 67-year-old Jewish leader,
who h::s seived for several years is
, /-general of the Council of
.! -WS, is a well-known
in LObaneM Jewish and non-
sh afi'dirs. Ho reportedly was
I into a oar while ho walked
through the predominantly Jew-
q larter ol AIxju Jamil. Polie?
that In spito of th" hour -
dnapping took ilaoc at noon
none of the numerous passe s-
nottced anything strong
P investigators fir*! thou ''
- w,.v w. ill. i .IHVillll-
ioiis. bai the Palestin-
imann released an ot-
thal Aio'iuh might be being held
f'.r r.iM--. n Ay one of the Palestin-
ian >*'Ull/jJl
ian .Itr.rA ('omman
communique claiming thai
"no Palr-stinian has been directly
or indireelly involved in the affair,"
and none of the more extremist
t tinian organizations has
claim d responsibility for the kid-
napping, as thi y usually do.
The French newspaper, Le
Monde, n ported from Beirut that
ho Lc b inei overnmenl is tak-
. j ;rave view" of the In-
cident in view of the fact thai an-
other Jewish businessman, Edouard
Sassoun, was murdered in his of-
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two yean ago and his murderers
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......r before October lMh. 1071: other-
wine a defiiult will l>" entered nominal
you for the r.lief demanded in the
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of said court at Miami. Florida on
'his nth dav of Seotemher. 1*71.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-17535
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3843
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
KKKTHA Al'UirSTA QLITHR,
also known as BERTHA A. CI.1I1U.
and BERTHA QL.UHR,
i.. eased.
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Bat ate:
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mands which you may have agalnol
the .-state oi BERTHA ArocsTA
nU'HR, also know-n as BERTHA A.
fil.l'HR ami BERTHA '.l.l'HH. de-
ceaned late of Dade County, Florida.
io the County Judge* of Dad.- Coun-
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ami as provided in Bectlon 738.16,
Florida Statute*, In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of tin- first
publication hereof, or the same will
i.e barred
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da) of Scptembi r, A l> 1971.
la IROTHKA PAI'l INE COOK
As Executrix
Find publication ol Ihls notice n
the lTili day ol Septi mber, 1971.
ERNEST N STAMEY
\Uo\ in y for Executrix
: r.i-t Sixth Street
Hialeah, Florida SS010
;i ; J| |n 1 -s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3393
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: E: tate of
\v\ A I1EROEH
1.....eased
To \n Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing C ainu oi l)i m ids Against Said
I"- ,i le
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ai s I 'in- and di -
which you ma) hive against
the estate of ANNA UERQEH do-
|ate of Dade County, Florida,
., Hi,. Count) Judges ol Dad,- Coun-
.1 file the same In duplicate
and as pn vldt In Si cllon 733 I]
Florid.i Statutes, in their offices m
(hi Count) ("ourthousi in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendni
months from the lime of the Brst
publication hereof, or the same will
be b irred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 9th
day of September, \ l> 1971.
FRED SHI "'UK'!-
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Firal publication of this notlci
the iTih day of Sept., 1971.
KENNETH M. MY Kits
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iISO B.AV. 1st Btreel
Miami. Florida :::n.".n
on
9/17-14 m't-i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3586
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RB: Estate f
Mil DRKD ROSENBERO,
11,, wed
Ta All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
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tJewish Floridian
Micrmi, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section C
The High
(Excerpts from Volume 13 of the Encyclopaedia Judaica)
ROSH HA-SHANAH The Jawish New Year; the autumn
festival celebrated on the f'rst and second days of Tishri.
M ,\ i\ TIIK BIBLE. The name Rosh
8^/i--Shanah, as it is in the Bible
I /.'k. 40:11, simply means the
nning of the year and does not
::atc the festival. The months
c! the year were counted from the
spring month, later called by the
Babylonian name "Nisan." The
month known by the Babylonian
name Tishri is, therefore, called
^ S th seventh month" in the Penta-
y t uch. In the Bible, the festival
Lists for one day only; the two-
day festival arose out of the diffi-
culty of determining when the
new moon actually appeared.
age. 10) The shofar will be sound-
i d ui tin resurn ction.
LAWS AM) CUSTOMS. On the
first night of Kosh Ha-Shanah, i:
i- customary to greet one's friends
with: "May you be inscribed (in
the Book of Life) for a good year."
The Sephardi version is: "May you
be inscribed for a good year; may
you be worthy of abundant years."
At ithe festive meal, it is cus-
tomary to dip the piece of bread,
over which grace has been recited,
into honey as a token of the sweet
year it is hoped will come. For the
IX RABBIN'IC LITERATURE, j fame reason, a piece of apple is
dipped in honey.
The Mishnah speaks of four peri-
ods of the year, each known as
Rush Ha-Shanah. One of these is
the first of Tishri, and it is to this
day that the name generally re-
fers. It is a day when all mankind
Is judged. In the Rosh Ha-Shanah
liturgy, the reference to the day
as the day on which the world was
created, follows the opinion of R.
Eliezer.
The theme of G-d as King is
particularly stressed on Rosh Ha-
Shanah because of the day's asso-
ciation with His judgment. During
the prayers of the day, it is neces-
sary to recite 10 biblical texts
which have the theme of G-d as
King, He who remembers, and
u hich have reference to the shofar.
The four names of the festival
v.: Jewish tradition are: Rosh Ha-
S uiah, Yom Teru'ah ("day ol
I wing the horn"), Yom Ha-Din
idgment day"), and Yom Ha-
il kkaron ("day of remembrance").
Three books are opened on Rosh
Ha-Shanah: one for the complete-
. liteous, one for the complel -
1> wicked, and one for the avei age
I' sons. The completely righteous
a immediately inscribed in the
I k of Life. The completely
v. ted are immediately inscribed
in the Book of Death. The average
I> sons are kept in suspension
ft n Rosh Ha-Shanah to Yom
fCippur. If they deserve well, they
a Inscribed in the Book of Life;
il they do not deserve well, they
are inscribed in the Book of Death.
THE SHOFAR. The essential
ritual of Rosh Ha-Shanah is the
sounding of the Shofar. The Mish-
r.ah rules that the horn of any
animal except the cow (e.g.. sheep,
goat, antelope) may be used as a
shofar on Rosh Ha-Shanah. At a
later period the ram's horn was
preferred in order to recall the
binding of Isaac, for whom a ram
Was substituted. It is considered
meritorious to use a curved shofar,
symbolic of man bowing in sub-
mission to G-d's will.
There are 10 frequently quoted
i isons why the horn in blown on
tl S day: 1> Truni|>ets are sounded
at a coronation, and G-d is hailed
as King on this day. 2) The shofar
heralds the beginning of the peni-
tential setason. 3) The Torah was
given on Sinai accompanied by
blasts of the shofar. 4) The pro-
phets compare their message to
the sound of the shofar. 5) The
conquering armies that destroyed
the Temple sounded trumpet
blasts. 6) The ram was substitut-
ed for Isaac. 7) The prophet asks:
"Shall the horn be blown in a city,
and the people not tremble?" 8)
The prophet Zephaniah speaks of
the great "day of the Lord"
(Judgment Day) as a "day of the
horn and alarm.* 9) The prophet
Isaiah speaks of the great shofar
'V>.which wU1 herald the messianic
The custom of sending greeting
cards before Rosh Ha-Shanah is
not supported by Jewish tradition,
though it is now a widespread
practice.
The prophet Micah speaks of
G-d casting the sins of Israel into
the depths of the sea. On the basis
of this, the Tashlikh ceremony
arose in which Jews go to a place
where there is running water to
recite that verse and other scrip-
tural verses, as well as penitential
hymns and prayers on the first
afternoon of Rosh Ha-Shanah.
DAY OF ATONEMENT
(Yom ha-Kippur-iir.)
One of the "appointed seajpQS,
of the Lord, a holy convocation"
B day of fasting and atonement,
occurring on the tenth of Tishri
this day climaxes the ten days of
penitence and is the most Import-
day in the liturgical year.
IX THE BIBLE. All man
work is forbidden on the Day of
Atonement, as it is on the Sub-
bath, and the soul is to be "afflict-
ed," the punishment for trans-
gressing these commandments be-
ing destruction and extirpation.
IX THE IIALAKHAH. The Pen-
tateuch does not explain what is
to be understood by "afflicting the
soul" on the Day of Atonement.
However, other passages in the
Scriptures speak explicitly of af-
flicting the soul by fasting. Ac-
cording to the sages, there arc
five ways in which the duty of
aTlicting r.c ;oi- auplies: by pro-
hibitions against eating and drink-
ing washing oneself (for pleas-
ure), anointing the body, wearing
.shoes iof leather), and cohabita-
tion. The same kinds of work arc
forbidden on the Day of Atone-
ment as are forbidden on the Sab-
bath, and danger to life (pikku'ah
nefesh) overrides all the prohibi-
tions of the Day of Atonement,
just as it does those of the
Sabbath.
CUSTOMS. It is customary to
arrange a table for the eve of the
Day of Atonement in the same
manner as the Sabbath; to adorn
the synagogue with beautiful
drapery, to wear white clothes, to
light candles at home and recite
a blessing over them, to light a
candle for the souls of the living,
to mention the dead and to donate
charity in their memory.
Rabbi Kahane Speaks
At ZOA Convention
PITTSBURGH (JTA) The
Zionist Organization of America
this week became the first ma-
jor Jewish organization to give a
platform to Rahbi Meir Kahane.
national chairman of the Jewish
Defense League.
Rabbi Kahane, who turned up
uninvited and unexpected, ad-
dressed 1,000 delegates at a plen-
ary session of the ZOA's annual
convention for 20 minutes after
ZOA president Herman VVeis-
man told the convention, "It is
essential to the democratic proc-
ess to give a fair opportunity to
be heard to those with whom
we don't agree."
Rabbi Kahane, who had re-
quested the right to speak, dis-
cussed aliyah immigration to
Israel and his audience was
attentive and court "Oin. He mode
no reference to Prof. Mikhail
/..iikI, the Soviet Jewish emigre
who appeared at the ZOA con-
vention as guest of honor at an
earlier session anil blastcd the
"violent actics" of the JDL
which he s:iid were alienating
Russian intellectuals sympa-
thetic to Soviet Jewry's strug-
gle for emigration rights. The
main point of his speech was that
American Jews must emigrate to
Israel because of an alleged rise
or anti-Semitism In the United
States.
The future or American Jews
is "bleak," he contended. "In
Tvv'sTipritv, those who dislike us
are just quiet haters, but when
life becomes hard as it is to-
day they become active hat-
ers." American Jewry faces the
prospect of another holocaust,
he warned.
Mr. Weisman, who was re-
elected at the convention to a
second one-year term as ZOA
president, said that offering
Rabbi Kahane the right to ad-
dress the convention "does not
alter my attitude of disapproval
of that for which Kahane has
made himself famous dem-
onstrations which, besides being
illegal, stimulate the false and
iful opinion that Jews sanc-
tion violence and disorder."
Burdine's Golf Tournament
Scheduled For Doral C-C
Burdine's vice president Sam Mc-
Colloch has announced a new home
ind new dates for its annual LPGA
Invitational Golf Tournament. The
'ourney, which will be played at
Doral Country Club Jan. 5-9, be-
comes an extension of the Orange
Bowl Festival this year.
A two-day Pro-Am will precede
the 54-hole tournament, which once
again benefits the Dade County
Chapter of the American Cancer
Society. Past winners Sandra Hay-
nie (1971), Carol Mann <1970>,
and JoAnne Gunderson Carner
(1969) are expected to be among
those entered in the $30,000 LPGA
evnt.
The question posed to this panel at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division open board institute was: "Will
There Be A Jewish Community in 1980?"
Participants included, (from left) Leon Fisher,
executive director, Jewish Family & Chil-
dren's Service; Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro, rep-
resentative of Study Commission on Jewish
Education; Edward Cohen, executive direc-
tor of Temple Israel of Miami, who mode-
rated the panel discussion; Myron A. Be-
rezin, executive director, VM-YWHA of Mi-
ami; Gordon Silverman, assistant director,
Hillel Jewish Student Center at University
of Miami; and Eugene Greenspan, executive
director of the Jewish Vocational Service.
When the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion held its open board institute and election of officers
and board of directors last week, the 1971-72 officers and
board members were installed, including (from left to right)
Mrs. Howard J. Trinz, vice president, leadership training;
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, vice president, campaign; Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, installing officer; Mrs. Burton R. Levey, president.
Women's Division; Mrs. Howard Scharlin, vice president,
area coordination; Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, vice president, cam-
paign; Mrs. Mike Sumberg, vice president, education, and
Mrs. Donald Reiff, vice president, community organizations.


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*Jewi'sti noridiain
Friday, Sept 17. 1971
BAI To Hold 1971 Conclave
In Fontainebleau Nov. 7-10
PARK RIDGE, 111. The Bank
Administration Institute will hold
its 47th national convention Nov.
7-10 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Miami Beach, it his been an-
. iimced.
Raymond C. Kolb, BAI presi-
Vnt. said that an estimated -'.500
hanki-rs are e\|>ccn>d to at tern 1
1 lie three-day meeting, which will
f.-ature more than 40 banking ex-
perts from across the e uintry
speaking on a wide variety of
b inking subjects.
Frank Smathers, Jr.. chairman
of the board. United Baneshares of
Fla., Inc.. Miami Beach, is general
chairman; T. A. Brady, senior Vice
president of United Kincshares,
will serve as chairman's liaison of-
!icer. Gerald A. Keller, president
Of City National Bank of Miami
Beach, and Frank H. Wilier, pres-
ident of Peoples American Na-
tional Bank. North Miami, will be
\ ice chairmen.
The convention committee mem-
rs and their assignments include
Davis L. Statton. vice president ot
Tropical Park 1971-72 Plans
A 14-event stakes schedule, of-
ering an all-time Men in adrled-
money purses, will highliirlit a ree-
rd purse distribution of SL',G93,632
luring tiie 1971-72 nro~<-
meeting, Bill Greely. track racing
cretary announced. The ;>-
Tropical Park season includes 12
harity-scholarship programs and
40 regular d >vs. r""-m Nov. 17
through Jan. 15. 1972.
Hialeah-Miami Springs First State
Bank, arrangements; William J.
Mooney, vice president and con-
troller. First State Bank of Miami,
ducat ior-il displays; Fred Shan-
Htm Smith, vice-"president, Rive:-
Side Bank, entertainment; Alex
H. Mclntire, senior vice president
and controller, First National Bank
>f Miami, finance; James W. Mit-
chusson, senior vice president and
controller, Pan American Bank of
Miami, hotel reservations; Susan
K. Powell, assistant vice president.
First National Bank of Miami, la-
dies; Elwood W. Switzer, senior
vice president and controller, Cen-
M-al Bank and Trust Co., printing:
Oliver Bright, senior vice president.
Hialeah-Miami Springs First State
Bank, program; Gui Govaert, sen-
ior vice president, United Banc-
shares oi Fla., Inc.. publicity, and
Charles W. Meyers, president,
Midway National Bar.k registra-
tion.
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desired. Salary open. Excellent
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North Bay Village
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September 19, 6:45 p.m.
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September 28, 6:00 p.m.
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September 29. 9:00 a.m.
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Bloodmobile Drive
More than $1,503 has been raised
SO far in a drive to secure new
blbodmobiies for Israel. Samuel
Reinhanl said in announcing a sne-
cial effort of the American Red
Magen David for Israel.
Mr. Reinhard is Florida stat"
chairman for ihe" dte&nf7aTion\
vhich represents Israel's official
He tor the fund-raising campaign
have been established at the Great-
er M'ami Hebrew Academy. 2400
Pin,' Tree Dr.
The South Florida Jewish com-
munity hopes to raise funds for
'hive of the bloodmobilcs, which
are being built to specifications of
Israel's civil defense officials, Mr.
Reinhard said. The Cuban Jewish
community here is expected to
contribute enough to purchase two
jf the vehicles.
Working with Mr. Reinhard are
Rabhi Sol Landau, Greater Miami
chapter president, and David Cole-
man. Miami Beach chapter presi-
dent.
Tropical Cancer League Meeting And Social Set
The club vears first meeting of will start her secon
.L.~___.ir.___.!.... Amor, president.
the Tropical Cancer League, Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver, is
set for noon Friday at the Deau-
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'Summer Review Banquet'
For Temple Menorah Youth

Approximately 150 junior and
senior high school students gath-
ered Saturday evening at .Tem-
I Menorah for a "Summer Re-
view Banquet" which will reflect
the inspiration and enthusiasm
1 -,< members of USY who took
part in unique summer programs
such as the Israel Pilgrimage, the
Mission to Russia, and Leadership
Encampment for selected USY'ers,
gained during their summer ex-
periences.
Led by president Mario Ginz-
burg, the three groups will par-
ti ipated in a festive banquet wel-
coming the new youth advisor,
Itzik Rogel, followed by Israeli
singing and dancing.
Mario Ginzburg and Gary Sh-
piro. who just returned from Rus-
sia, revealed the shock thev ex-
perienced in observing for them-
selves the condition of the perse-
cuted Jews of Soviet Russia. They
set the mood for the coming
H -'!i Holy Days with slides and
st iries.
Israeli pilgrims Esther Behar,
i Alpert, Sandra Huppcrt,
Marcia Sapoznick and Fran Glu-
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shakow, wh the summer in Israel touring,
meeting the people, and learnins
songs and dances, came back with
an ardent love for the Holy Land
which they tried to convey to their
friends at this program.
Participants also included a
performed demonstrating the
group of 20 USY members who
attended an eight-day intensive
leadership training institute where
they learned basic skills necessary
for building the organization. The
week provided a total Judaic ex-
perience for 350 students from the
Southeastern United States.
Following these presentations, a
professional Chassidic dance group
performed demonstrating the
Israeli dances, both old and new.
After the program, the teenagers,
under the guidance of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, proceeded to Selichos
services, where they participated
in the service ushering in the an-
nual Week of Repentance of the
Jewish new year.
Planning
Fs P.T.A. Sets
Sessions
Two meettings will be held by
the Hillel Community Day School
Parent-Teachers Association next
week in order to plan for the com-
ing school year. The first will be
a "Join-In" at the home of Mrs.
Lee Duffner, 1041 NE 180th Ter.,
at 10 a.m. Monday; the second is
a board meeting for officers and
chairmen at the home of the or-
ganization's president, Mrs. Mel-
vyn Drucker, 2070 NE 203rd St.
The PTA officers for 1971-1972
include, in addition to Mrs. Druck-
er, Mrs. Harvey Baxter, fund-
raising vice president; Mrs. Mur-
ray Kane, membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Morton B. Zemel, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Don
Solomon, recording secretary; Mrs.
Michael Scheck, treasurer, and
Mrs. Joshua Weinberg, program
chairman.
New chairmen and committee
recruits for the coming school
year will be appointed at Monday's
meeting; they will join the officers
at the board meeting Wednesday.
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fJet*islh IFIcrJaHaun
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
Will The View From
Apollo Sink In?
1S\ HARVEY RI'VIX

Tiii- moment Neil Armstrong took thai 'one smiill step.'' nol only
were man's horizons forever broadened, bul his own image of himself
and his plan iltered,
While mosl pe >pl were cone ntrating on the event in terms of its
i Icatfons travel, i curious thing was happening.
is standing or the moon, sending live television pictures ol
: anding on earth.
Then is! Just ai >thei speck amid an infinity of specks; its
thin i less plentiful than skin on an apple. All of its
tifully 1 li : realitj .N SPACE SHIP, with limited pro-
\ -.- ns in long orbit ir mnd oui sun.
Man has always preferred 1" view reality as a flat plain, infinite
in all directions, and the earth as an inexhaustible warehouse tor his
in eds,
This myopic attitude has allowed him to use his resources without
regard for their inventory, to pollute his air and water beyond their
ability to cleanse themselves, to pave over one-third of his urban land,
to alter natural ecology without regard for ramifications and to con-
tinue to populate the land without structured COMPREHENSIVE
l.AXP USt PLANNING.
While the population-curve turns vertical, our cargo of clean air
and water, wild-life, minerals, vegetation and available unspoiled land
is steadily declining. A disturbing number of experts are becoming more
and more convinced that without drastic reform, man cannot long
Bunlve.
Albert Schweitzer once said. "Man lacks the capability to foresee
and forestall." and thus he is doomed to self-defeat.
COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANNING (coupled with popu-
lation and human systems studies' is loth the foruin and the technique
through which man can, if he chooses, foresee and forestall in a manner
designed not only to survive but to rontinually better the. quality of life.
The comprehensive planning process is simply a logical step-by-
sli-p method of setting and achieving goals.
In general, the process starts with a thorough inventory (WHAT
WE HAVEt, continues with a painstaking evaluation of goals and ob-
jectives (WHAT WE WANT); and evolves into a set of concrete rec-
ommenraUons designed to reach those goals and objectives WHAT
TO DO I. For example, in city planning these recommendations may-
deal with anything from density and zoning laws to sewage treatment,
transportation and beautiflcation.
AND. for any mere plan to have meaning the final step must
be POSITIVE POLITICAL IMPLEMENTATION AND FOLLOW-
THROUGH.
Thai this process must be applied on every level of government, as
>n a global basis, is as obvious as it is urgent.
The necessary political action will be proceeded by political de-
b te. The higher up the government scale the debate is carried, the
more difficult, the more far-reaching and complex the questions will
I me.
A few of these questions will l>o:
1. What personnal and corporate uses of private property are con-
sidered to be in conflict with the public interest in a healthy
environment, including the esthetic values of the environment?
2. II the pursuit of unrestrained economic expansion raises intoler-
able threats to the quality of human life and if the doctrine
ol no growth is politically unacceptable how do we determine
the desirable direction tor economic development in the future?
3. If the preservation of finite resources requires recycling and
reusing non-renewable material, who should pay, and how, for
the disposal ot solid waste tor which the consumer has no
further li .
4. Since some measure and form Of rational and COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLANNING is implicit in some of these questions, what
are the implications of this for the free enterprise tradition and
for the procedures of a democratic societj ?
5. If cherish,m1 personal and property rights need abrogation, to
what extent will the length of time taken to accomplish reform
bear on the dc^n e of harshness of necessary sanctions?
Will the view from Apollo sink in? Can man learn from the lessons
now being taught in every major urban center in the world (from
N-w York to London, to Paris, Rome and Moscowi where LACK of
effective comprehensive planning is sounding harsh warnings in terms
of congestion, despair, crime, pollution and a deteriorating human
life-style?
He must
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Rabbi Melvin Glazer and Cantor
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Ner Tamld, it has been announced.
Cantor Fein, who has been with
the temple tor the past six years,
.will chant ..the mujur uurtioa* ol
the High Holiday liturgy. Melvin
Glazer, a senior student at the
lewish Theological Seminary of
America, will be in charge of the
overall services.
JFC5 Golden Anniversary
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v.Jknitfi fhrkUan
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Israel Aliyah Center, Inc.
Establishes Miami Office
\ Miami offico h;is boon ostab-
(I by the Israel Aliynh Center. I
B service organization which
Toronto and Washington. D.C.
The local
Door of the
NE First A\
direction of
took a leave
law practice
mer in order
office, on the 14th
Ainsley Building. 14
'., will be under the
Israel Shapiro, who
of absence from his
in Tel Aviv this sum-
to accept the post.

ISRAEL SIIAI'IRO
notes settlement In Israel and
sses persona who decide to
..' olbn (settlers), with of-
fjces in 13 other North American
including New York, Bos-
Ion. Queens, Atlanta, Cleveland.
] Ang< les, Montreal. Philadel-
phia, S in Francisco. St. LouK
Judaica Studies
Program Expands
The Hebrew High School has ex-
panded its program of Judaica
stud It tituted last year, ac-
to an announcement made
S P ipicH, president of the
u ii. Jewish Education.
The Judaica courses are open to
Students attending public high
school who wish to study the
der aspects of Jewish life as
related to the youth ot today. Y.m-
phasis is placed upon relating Jew-
ish traditional sources and Jewish
vleaLs to Issues facing tlic youth
\ of our community.
Courses include "Jewish Identity
Youth," "Social Issues Related t<
Jewish Values," and "The Land
and People of Israel." Materials
Used include subscriptions to such
magazines jus "The Jewish Digest,"
offset reprints, films and filmstrips,
plus books and related educational
materials.
The Hebrew Department offers
n program of Hebrew studies to
students who are graduates of af-
' rnoon and day schools, using the
I st available texts and materials
including Jewish Agency Hebrew
piperbacks, tapes, and subscrip-
tions to Israeli newspapers and
magazines. The Hebrew Depart-
ment also emphasizes Hebrew as
related to Israel today.
The Judaica and Hebracia pro-
grams of the Hebrew High School
are sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education through a grant
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. A planned study program
in Israel for the summer of 1971 is
one of the goals for both depart-
ments.
Mr. Shapiro, the son of chalut/.ini
(pioneers i who emigrated to lsra<
from Poland in the early '20s, was
born in Petach-Tikvah, Israel, in
1939. He spent his childhood help-
ing his parents work on the agricul-
tural settlement which they helped
establish. After graduation from
high school, he entered Tzahal, the
Israel Defense Forces, where he
served until 1959.
Mr. Shapiro began studying for
his law degree at Hebrew Univer-
sity in I960; he married Dorit
Reich, the daughter of Israeli Jus-
tice Dr. J. Ri'ieh, who was herself
a Hebrew University Law School
graduate, in 19i>fi. The following
year, he was recalled to active
duty, and fought with the Tank
Corps in the Sinai during the Six-
Day War. Since that time he has
ipccialized in civil law in Tel Aviv.
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Kathy Polezoes, 25, na inflight
executive representative for
Eastern Airlines, has been se-
lected Miss United Fund for
1971. Miss Polezoes and her
court were chosen from 25 con-
testants entered by top corpora-
tions who give their fair share j
to the United Fund campaign.
Ricky Kotte, research assistant- j
corporate planning for the First!
National Bank of Miami, (last
year's Miss United Fund) offici- j
ally crowned her during a spe-1
cial pre-aame appearance in
the Orange Bowl, Sept. 4
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Friday, Sept. 17, 19"1
Cantor To Officiate At Sea Gull Hotel
,\ Berkowitz, president of
the Berkowitz Family Hotels, has
need that Cantor Lerb Ras-
kin, well-known European cantor
liturgist, will officiate ;it th
Sea Gull Hotel for the High Holy
I )ays.
The Sea Gull Hotel which will
reopen Friday. Sept. 17 is within
walking distance of the Lincoln
Road Mall and the amusement
A luxurious Kosher hotel
with all rooms offering an
structed view of the ocean, -
with private terraces, it has .
cently been refurbished.
The hotel is located nr, 21s 1
Street and the Ocean. It is
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all food served there is Glatt
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examining rooms and several especially
designed for major medical treatments. The
facility will also house the most advanced
Medical Cyclotron in the world, due to ar-
rive here in mid-October. Smith-Korach and
Associates designed the facility, a part of the
proposed Mount Sinai Medical Center.
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3/4 CUP HELLMANNS/8EST FOOOS*
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2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice (about 1 lime)
1/2 cup heavy cream, whipped
1 tablespoon grated lime rind
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1 (7-ounce) can tuna, drained and flaked
1 /1 cup finely chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped green pepper
2 tablespoons chopped pimiento
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2 tablespoons fine dry bread crumbs
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AVOCADO-EGG SANDWICH
8 slices bread
112 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
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112 avocado, mashed (112 cup)
4 bard cooked egg yolks, mashed
4 to 8 radishes, thinly sliced
2 tablespoons finely chopped onion
1/4 cup finely chopped celery
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West of the Rockies. Hellmann's Mayonnaise is known as
Best Foods Mayonnaise. Its -.e same fine product.
MANDARIN MINTED MOLD
1 (3-ounce) package lime flavored
Kosher gelatin
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1 /4 cup mint flavored jelly
1 /2 CUP HELLMANNS/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 (13 1/4-ounce) can crushed pineapple.
drained (1 cup)
1 (11 -ounce) can Mandarin orange sections,
drained and cut up (1 cup)
1 /3 cup chopped nuts
Dissolve gelatin in 1 cup of the water. Stir jelly into
remaining 1/2 cup water until melted. Add Real
Mayonnaise and gelatin mixture to jelly, mixing well.
Chill about 45 minutes or until slightly thickened. Stir
in remaining ingredients. Pour into 1-quart mold.
Chill about 2 hours or until firm. Makes 8(1/2 cup)
servings.
Submitted by: Mrs. Flo Abrams. Phoenix, Ariz.
Hellmann's/Best Foods is real whole-egg mayon-
naise. You can chill it, heat ft... do so many things
with it.


r,iday, Sept. 17, 1971
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y
Maxim Coffee For All
Your Yomtov Guests
Everyone, we tni-.k. Hfcea to be
; repared, particularly when it
es to entertaining at home. Of
irse, holidays like Rosh Hasha-
can mean friends and relatives
pping in" at uncxi>cctrd times.
That's why it makes cood sense to
\. new Improved Maxim Fre ze-
;>ried Coffee right at ycur fi.iger-
tips.
Of course, speed is one thing.
And good coffee flavor often some-
thing else. With Maxim, you get
HOTH, because Maxim is now
processed faster, so it can lock in
more fresh percolated flavor. Im-
proved Maxim is actually so rich
and strong that the people who
ike it suggest you use LESS
than a teaspoon in each cup. Be
- ire t" add new Improved FrecEc-
Pried Maxim Coffee to your holi-
. -hopping list.
^ iihanGeneral Foods'
Premium Grade Coffee
Don't settle for second host this
lay. That old adage about eof-
helping to make a really great
neal is still true. That's why it
\akes sense to serve vour guests
Vuban, the PREMIUM coffee ol
ral Foods.
You'll know you're serving the
money can buy when you
ell Yuban's deep, rich coffee
na. It's the kind that only
nes from using premium Co-
lumbian beans carefully mel-
lowed to perfection. Yuban coffee
.- available in regular and instant,
so ton off all your family meals
v itli Yuban.
Start Your New Year On
A Happy, Healthy Note
Start New Year on a
happy, h althful note with
Fleischm inn's sweet, unsalted mar-
garinc. It's the one made with
100'; corn oil. Fleischmann's is
not only good for you (low in
polyunsaturates) out it's also ci-
tified kosher, so you're assured of
both its purity and quality.
Be sure to look for Fleischmann's
in your grocer's FROZEN FOOD
case. And foi those who prefer a
lightly salted spread. Fleischmann's
>ffcrs a 100'.; corn oil margarine,
but with a trace of salt added.
So spread a healthy, happy New
Year with Fleischmann's.
Dixie Regional
Conference Opens
"'.elate Communicate" was
the theme of the American Sav-
& Loan Institute's 197] Dixie
regional conference, last week at
the Font im bleau Hotel, Joseph S.
Gionfriddo, vice president of Chase
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion, was general chairman of the
three-day conclave.
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The Sanka ToastHealth
Throughout the New Year*
A toast to health is always in
order and always aoproprtate as
we approach the Yomtov season
And Sanka is one bracing be\
that fits right into your entertain-
ment holiday plans. Sanka is Gen-
eral Foods' 97'.' caffein free coffee
. and you know General Foods'
reputation for quality!
Caffein? Well, since caffein has'
no taste. Sanka drinkers enjoy only ;
rich, smooth coffee flavor flavor |
that is never bitter.
Sanka is available in three con-
venient forms: Freeze-Dried. In-
; stant or Ground. Do try BOme
, soon.
S k akers r.t the conclave in-
cluded Dr. William G. Heuson, pro-
lessor of the University of Miami
School of Businesses: J. Lewis
Powell; Robert Hildreth. vice pres-
ident of Coral Gables Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association: Victor J.
Town, of Ernst & Ernst: and
Robert A. Whitney, president of
Management and Marketing Insti-
tute.
A golf tournament, cocktail
party, a tour of Vizcaya and con-
ference banquet was also included
in this year's event, the 21st re-
gional conference marking the
steady progress of savings and loan
associations in South Florida, the
state and all of the Southeastern
United states.
J. M. Lelchuk, vice president of
American Savings & Loan Associa-
tion, coordinated public informa-
tion activities.
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. All we're saying
is, Sunswect Prunes have
many important vitamins.
LikcAandB-l,B-2and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibble
something sweet for
only a measly 18-odd
calorics per prune.
AM gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRUNES
The Holiday Toaster
When toasting during the holiday
season, serve your guests their
favorite, Seagram's V.O., the
smooth Canadian whiskey that L*
served in more homes than any
other imported wtiiskey. Seagram's
V.O. helps make you the perfect
hostess all year 'round.
Maxwell House Coffee
Traditional For Holiday
Funny how some things become
traditional over the years like
Maxwell House Coffee, because
Maxwell House's "good to the last
drop" flavor never varies; like an
old friend, it's always nice to have
around. And what better time to
show your guests you care than
right now ... as we approach the
holidays?
Yes, it's good to know that Jew-
ish homemakers can still turn to a
time-proven favorite like MaxweK
House Coffee. Available in instant
and regular, Maxwell House is the
traditional way to crown all your
Yomtov meals.
Eggs Make The Difference
In Hellmann's Mayonnaise
This Rosh Hashanah you can
lend creamy richness to so many'
traditional dishes by using the
Great Mixer, Hellmann's Real May-
onnaise. Hellmann's is the mayon-
naise made from whole, fresh eggs.
And the eggs do make a difference!
Hellmann's is also kosher and
parve. Look for Hellmann's Real
Mayonnaise where you do your
Yomtov shopping.
New 1971-1972 Hebrew
Almanac Now Available
The new 1971-1972 (5732) He-
brew Almanac (Luach) issued by
the Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. has
a number of important and inter-
esting features. The pocket-size
book contains the entire year's
calendar in English and Hebrew,
the Friday candlelighting times in
Eastern, Central and Pacific time
zonesadjusted for Daylight Sav-
ing Time, all the holidays and fast
days, permissible wedding dates,
important prayers in English and
Hebrew and both the American
and Israeli national anthems.
This new almanac, which is now
available to the readers of The
Jewish Floridian absolutely free,
may be obtained by writing to The
Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101 and requesting
a copy. Be sure to include your
name, address and zip code.
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Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridlnn:
The editorial in the Jewish Flor-
ridian of Sept. 3 is incredible. It
states that candidates support Is
rael because there is "a Jewish
vote" and because "there is con-
siderable Jewish money that Pews
to the candidates." The editorial
ends with: "We do not believe the
best interests of the community
would be served by creating an
Israel issue.'" Some people may
remember somewhat similar atti-
tudes expressed by outstanding
"establishment Jews" in the days
of Hitler.
The fact is that, aside from the
moral issues, support for Israel is
in the best self-interest of the
United States. Only Israel remains
as a staunch and valiant ally of
the West. Isn't it obvious by now
that Russian strategy calls for the
destruction or neutralization of
Israel so that Russia can com-
pletely take over the entire Mid-
dle East? This is an important
etep in Russian plans for world
domination and the eventual de-
struction of the United States it-
self.
Were it not tor Israeli air ix>wer,
to offset the Russian bombers in
Egypt, the Eastern Mediterranean
would become a Russian lake and
the U.S. Sixth Fleet would be
driven from the area. Nato would
br outflanked on the southwest
and the Communists will have
t; ken a giant step towards world
domination. Russia will also I)"
able to reinforce her Indian Ocean
Fleet through the Suez Canal and I
will dominate that vast area. China
will be threatened from the sea]
and all of Southeast Asia will feel
the Russian encroachment.
Our State Department is again
withholding the SELLING of
planes and equipment vitally need-
ed by Israel to defend against the
enormous qualities of planes and
equipment recently delivered to
Egypt by Russia. At the same time,
our State Department is pressuring
Israel to virtually expose itself to
suicide. During the 1968 campaign,
President Nixon said that "the
danger of war (in the Middle
East) increases in direct ratio to
the confidence of certain Arab
leaders that they could win that
war" and he urged supplying Israel
with the jet fighters necessary to
maintain military- superiority over
the Arab nations that surround
her.
By withholding the planes need-
ed by Israel, our State Depart-
ment is becoming Russia's junior
partner in the Russian-Arab plot
to destroy Israel. At the same
time, the State Department is de-
fying the expressed will of Con-
gress and is actually betraying the
best self-interests of the United
States. At the same time, Israel
is being exposed to the possible
genocide and destruction often
promised by the Arabs. (This is
the same State Department that
helped make it almost impossible
for the Jews of Europe to escape
from Hitler remember that?)
The ineffectiveness nd silence
of our State Department has fa-
ciliated the Russian takeover of
country after country, behind a
facade of Russian puppets sufxplied
with Communist arms and equip-
ment:
1. Russia had her Egyptian puppet
invade Yemen because Yemen out-
flanks Aden, where Britain main-
tained a great naval base. This base
dominates the mouth of the Red
Sea which is the southern entrance
to the Suez Canal. At the same
time, this position poses a threat
to Saudi Arabia.
2. Russia had Egypt foment the
coup in Libya in order to deprive
the West of an important source
of oil; and also to acquire an ad-
ditional strong base on the Meri-
terranean, from which the West
would be driven.
3. Russia supplied arms and
equipment to the Arabs in the
Sudan in order to acquire the na-
val and air bases that will further
Russian expansion aims in Africa
and in the Indian Ocean. Russia
was not detered by the fast that
these anus were intended for geno-
cide against the 6 million blacks in
the Southern Sudan about 1
million of whom have already been
murdered by the Arabs.
4. Russia supplied Egypt and
Syria with billions of dollars worth
of militarv equipment, ostensibly
for the purpose of destroying Is-
rael. While the whole world watch-
ed the Russian smoke screen over
the Suez Canal. Russia moved
ruthlessly to subvert Egypt. Syria.
Libya, Yemen and the Sudan. The
mere fact that Communists were
not in control was no deterrer'
because coups could be fomented
Yom Tov Dinners Offered
By Glorified Caterers
as in Egypt and the Sudan. The
failure of these coups does not af-
fect Russia's long term strategy
and she will try again. Those Arabs
who sold their independence for
Russian arms may find some day.
that their peoples have finally been
enslaved by the Communists. What
a terrible price to pay for the sake
of temporary power.
Yes. tile defense or Israel Is
vital fur the security of the free
world, including the United
States. Let's be proud of the
fact, as Jews, that Israel does
make so vast a contribution lor
our common ideals. So, in addi-
tion to the moral issues, let's be
sure that every candidate knows
the full story about this tiny spot
of democracy in that vast sea of
Communism, despotism, disease,
fil'h and terror-
JOSEPH ABELOW
Miami Beach
Yom Tov dinners for Jewish
families from Key West to Palm
Beach are again being offered this
year by Glorified Caterers, 2133
Coral Way.
The catering firm will prepare
hundreds of orders of gefilte tish.
chopped liver, matzoh balls, krep-
lach. stuffed derma and kashka
varnishka especially to accompany
its holiday menu selectionssuch
as brisket of beef, roast chicken
and stuffed cabbage.
Glorified Caterers also offers
Rosh Hashanah specialties such as
carrot tzimmes, noodle and potato
pudding, honey cake and si>onge
cake.
Dinners are served daily from
4 to 8 p.m. by Glorified, which also
maintains delicatessen service as
well as catering. Holiday orders
are now being accepted.
Rabbi Harry Schwartz
To Conduct Services
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz will
officiate at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion's auxiliary High Holy Day
services, it hat been announced.
Dr. Schwartz, who served the
Hcmpstead. N.Y., Hebrew Congre-
gation from 1933-67, will conduct
Iwth Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur services in the Wometco
163rd Street Theatre. He and his
wife, Helen, are presently resident
of North Miami Beach.
Ik
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Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
fJenisti ffcrffdfffcMn
Paqe 9-C
Groundbreaking For New
Sanctuary Set Sept. 26
i irouncH re iking ceremonies tor
Beth Moshe Congregation's new
sanctuary and educational com-
p] x ,1 NE 121st St. .Hid NE 122nd
i: ,u I held Sept. 26, accord-
ing to Rabbi Joseph Gorflnkel
mI leader of Ihe North Miami
The cer m inies, open
i., the public, will be held at 2
p.m.
\ goal of .VK) member families
en -' I for the Conservative
m, which began in a
front on 125th Street 22
irs
[Tie new buildings will house
sarw tuary, 10 classrooms, a
social hall, youth lounge, founders
hall and bride's room. Construc-
tion on the school will begin first
completion is expected in the
spring.
!'. kbbi Gorflnkel said his mem-
bers have been raising funds for
the new complex for several years,
but that no target date has yei
been set for completion of the
project.
He said the congregation is seek-
ing members in Keystone i-. i
Miami Shores. Baj Harbor Islands,
Bal Harbour and North Mian-.1.
Charles YVcissman is president of
Beth Moshe.
HOSE GORDON
Mrs. Rose Gordon
W Runs For Election
J>
Mrs. Rose Gordon, currvnt chair-
man of the City of Miami's Plan-
ning ami Zoning Board, has an-
nounced her candidacy for a seat on
the city commission in the No-
vember elections.
The wife of Alexander Gordon.
M imi general contractor and com-
mander of tin' Coral Gables Ameri-
i Legion |ist, Mrs. Gordon is a
i tor and real estate appralsei
has operated her realty firm
il Miami since 1054. She is vice
p ident of the Miami Board of
1' Itors and serves .is chairman
0 ts governmental affairs com-
i 'lee.
Mrs. Gordon is a vice president
of the South Florida chapter of
1 Florida Planning and Zoning
1 u 1 Association, and a director
' the Florida Association of Real-
' s. She is a member of Beth
i id, B'nai B'rith Women and the
In nional Council of Jewish Women.

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South Floridians To
Study At Brandeis
WALTHAM, Mass. Some 630
students from 40 states and 17 for-
eign countries are enrolled in
Brandeis University's freshman
"lass this term. Among them are
11 young South Floridians.
Taking up their studies for the
1971-72 academic year this month
are Michael R., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Friend. 3804 Mon-
serrate, Coral Gables; Jill R..
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
S. Philipson. 14(i0 Baracoa, Coral
Gables; Barbara E., daughter of
Belvin Friedson. 9125 SW 56th Ct.;
Lawrence L., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Samuels. 7721 SW 134th
Per., and Charlotte, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Strauss, 7935
SW 21st St.
Brandeis freshmen from Miami
Beach arc Julia A., daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Flecman, 33
K. DiLido Dr.; Howard S., son of
Dr. and Mrs .Solomon B. Goldman.
3700 Pine Tree Dr., and Toby S.
Mannheimer, whose mother. Mrs.
Sybil G. Mannheimer, lives at 20
Island Ave.
Also attending the school, which
has 2,330 undergraduates, plus 675
graduate students and 9S doctoral
candidates enrolled, will be three
South Broward resident- Robin
D., whose parents, Mr, and Mrs
Jesse L. Weiner, live at 401 Tama-
rind Dr., Hallandale; Jill M, daugh-
ter Of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Gordon, 2001 S. Surf Rd., Holly-
wood, and Judy B.. daughter ol
Dr. and Mrs. Ben Leerer, 2846
Jackson St., Hollywood.
New Films At Womefco
Films opening Friday at Wo-
metco Theaters include The Todd
Killings." at the Miracle. 163rd
St. and Byron; "Simon King of the
Witches" at the Miami, 27th Ave
and North Hade, and "The Hunt-
ing Party" at the Mayfair and
Twin Cables II.
Miami Happenings
Le> Ltebman, sales represen-
tative for the Sheraton Beach
Hotel, Miami Beach, will visit
travel agents in England to
tell them about the advantages
of a South Florida vacation next
month. Lee. who works closely
with Sheraton Beach vice presi-
dent and general manager Chuck
Thicss iii travel agent promo-
tion, will be in the British Isles
during October. On her return
she will visit travel industry rep-
resentatives in New York. New
Jersey, New England and Can-
ada. Hers is another in a series
of trips sponsored annually by
the Sheraton Beach to promote
tourism and conventions to this
area.
ir te Vizcaya Chapter of the Amer-
ican Business Women's Associa-
tion will hold its "Hand of
Friendship" tea Sunday at the
Four Ambassadors Hotel, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ilrlrnr llartmnn,
chapter president. The tea will
will feature a program entitled
"Women Today and Tomorrow."
-.'r $
Commander Harry M. Gold-
berg) FNC. resumed weekly
classes in basic meteorological
subjects Wednesday at 2 p.m.
at the Ida M. FLsher Community
School. He is teaching atmos-
pheric disturbances, storms and
general weather forecasting.
Tfr At the recent sixth annual Lat-
in Chamber of Commerce awards
banquet, its public relations di-
rector. Carlos Oomea, presented
Abel Unit/. who had be n
named "Banker of the Year'
with a certificate of gratitude
in appreciation of his assistance
to Latin businessmen. Among
those present for the ceremony
were Lt. Gov. Tom Adams, Met-
ro Mayor Steve Clark and
Thomas Butler, regional director
of the Small Business Adminis-
tration.
Cr & #
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman was to speak on the
subject "Is This Justice?" before
the Star Chapter of the City of
Hope at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Washington Federal on Nor-
mandy Isle.
Colder Begins Fail Meet
Calder Race Course kick- off its
fall meeting Saturday with the
S7,500-added Ft. Lauderdale Han-
p. This third and final leg of
the 128-day racing season which
began May ti, at the North Miami
track, will have racing five days
weekly through Nov. 11. Post time
for the fall meeting has been moved
up 15 minutes to 1:15 p.m. Racing
will Ik? Tuesdays through Satur-
days except when Monday is a
holiday and then the subsequent
Tuesday will be dark.
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Treasure Island PTA Meets
Treasure Island Elementary
School held its first annual P i'A
meeting this week in the school
cafeteria. Mrs. Christina Eve,
principal, and Mrs. Barbara Brooks,
PTA president, welcomed the
parents.
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vJewisti noridian
Friday. Sept 17. 1971
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of El. AHOKIln sri'KUMAUKKT al
4799 Palm Ave.. Hialeah. Fla.. in-
tends to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PEN A ROJAS, INC.
EUGENE LEMI.ICH
Attorney for Pena Rojas. Inc.
2720 W. Flakier St., Miami. Fla.
8/27 9/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3292
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BERTHA ROSENMAN
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 BERTHA ROSENMAN
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, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
Eubllcation hereof, or the same will
e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of August, A.D. 1971.
LILLIAN MORRIS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of August. 1971.
FAUNCE. FINK & FORMAN
Attorney for Executrix
1502 Congress Building
Miami, Florida 33132
S727 9/S-10-1T
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3255(B)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BEN DELIFORD
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
demands which you may have against
the estate of BEN DBUFORD de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
Mine of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
lay of Aug.. AH 1'jTI
KENNETH N. REKANT
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
-he J7tli day <'f Aug ifTl,
KENNETH N REKANT
Attorney for Administrator
1 Lincoln Road Uldg.. Suite 229
Miami Beach, Florida 13139
.- _: 9.3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-16498
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Tn RE: the Marriage of:
.:< >HERT PARKER.
Husband
ARDELLE PARKER.
V7lfe
To. MRS ARDELLE PARKER
1748 i: Brill
phoenix. Arizona
You. AKDEi.i.E PARKER, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
"lution of Marriage has been
Igatnsl you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Hus-
band'i attorneys, I aw OFFICES OF
DNGBL & HAI.I'ERN. 14"" N.W. loth
Avenue. Suite 17-G. Miami, Florida
33136 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
ith day of Oc! l71. if you fall to do
so Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
iti the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage.
This notice shall be published once
each wees f<>r four consecutive weeks
in THE.JEWISH Fl.< iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 26th day of Aug. A.D.
1971.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Couniv. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ENGEI. A HA1.PERN
1400 N.W. 10th Ave., 17Q-
Mlaml. Florida
Attorneys for Husband
9/3-10-17-84
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4475
(BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn RE: Estate of
SAUL SCHEFF
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
fng Claims or Demands Against Saul
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands s/hlch you may have against
the estate of SAT'I. SCHEFF de-
mised late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733 10, Florida
Statutes. In iheir 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 14th
day of Jan.. A.D 1971.
BEATRICE SCHEFF
STEVEN R SCHEFF
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of September, 1971.
RICHARD A GROSS
Attorneys for Executors
W5 IJncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ABBA RUBBER STAMPS at 1932
S W 8th Street Miami intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
(LIST C. DXBTTI
EDWARD C. ONETTI
8/27 9/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3524
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY CHERNOW
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY CHEh.MiW i
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, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of August. A.D. 1971.
SONYA CHERNOW
ROSE LAUFER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of August, 1971.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DIAMONDS. FABULOUS DIAMONDS
and DIAMOND NOVELTIES at 655
N.W. 67th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FABULOUS DIAMONDS, INC.
ltv: Simon Ferro, Jr., President
HARRIS & S1RKIN, PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33131
9/10-17-24 10/1
N THE CtKJUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-16155
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of
SAMUEL H, ABHAMS. husband and
ESTELLE A BRA MS. Wife.
TO: ESTELLE ABRAMS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a petition for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been filed against you, and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney. JOHN G. GALLAGHER.
whose address is I l.'t N \V. 17th Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida 3312.1. and file
the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court, on or before the
3"th day of September, 1971, or a
Default will be entered against you.
DATED this 23rd day of August.
1971.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: / S DON CURRY
(Circuit Court Seal!
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17045
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage (
NEIL N. ROSENHACK, Husband
and
RANDEECAREN ROSENHACK, Wife
TO: NEIL V ROSENHACK
2 North i irive
East Brunswick, New Jerst f
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an notion for Dissolution o!
Marriagi has been filed agalnsl you
and you are require! to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
ii on jack ,i. TAFFBR, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la 1700
Northwest Seventh street. Miami,
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the abbvt styled courl on or
before Oct. l".. 1071; otherwise a de-
fault will l.....ntered against you for
the relief demanded In the complain I
or petition.
This notice shall be published 0UC
each week for fouc consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3rd day of September. 1971.
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beat)
LAW OFFICES OF JACK J. TAFFER
1700 Northwest Seventh Street
Miami, Florida 3S12S
Attorney for Petitioner
9/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-17076
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of;
ROLANDO IX>RETO, husband
and
RINA I.ORETO. wife
TO: RINA LORBTO
311 Morris Avenue
Elizabeth, New Jersey
Y'OU ARE HEREBY notified thnt
a Dissolution of Marriage has bum
filed against you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the* Pe-
tition on the husband's attomev. LES-
TER ROGERS, whose address Is 14f,4
N W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33125. and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on
or before the 12th day of October,
IWli or a default will he entered
against you.
DATED this 3rd day Of September
1071.
EC B LEATHER M W
Clerk of Circuit Court
B] fl M W'l'iDARD
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Conn B< al)
9 !"-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PHOTOMASTER at 5X45 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Dade, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
PHOTOMASTER CORPORATION
By. YOLANDA C. ROSELL-PEREZ
0/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
|n business under the fictitious names
of SIEGAL MEDICAL GROUP PRO-
FESSIONAL ASSOCIATION; SIEGAL
MEDICAL GROUP; SANFORD SIE-
GAL, D.O.; THE OVERWEIGHT
MEDICAL CLINIC at 20201 South
Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida, and
650 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami
Beach. Florida Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SIEGAL MEDICAL GROUP, PA.
a Florida corporation
BERNARD P. GOLDFARB
Attorney for Applicant
72U N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Fla. 33125
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SURF HOTEL at number 444
Ocean Drivs, in the City of Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Ida.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 25th
day of August, 1971.
A LAN P. COLE
SANDRA COLE
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
File 71-A 438
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nat Ratiier, Trustee, holder ot Coun-
ty Taa Sale Certificates numbered 5641
and .".i.fj issued the 1st day of June,
A.D. 1966, has filed same in my of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
certificates embrace the following
described property, in the County "f
Dade, State of Florida, to win*
NV4 of NV of N\V U of NW',
Lyg W of Levee 28 R/W, Section
4, Township 53 South, Range IS
East, containing 6.06 Acres more
or less in the County of Dade,
State of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No 5641. The assess-
ment of said property under the
said certificate Issued was in the
name of Jack Hoffman Tr.
S H N H of NW Vi of NW ',
lyg W of l^evee 28 R/W, Section
4, Township 53 South. Range 35
East, containing 6.06 Acres more
or less in the County of Dade.
State of Florida, as embraced
In Certificate No 5642. The as-
sessment of said property under
the said certificate issued was
in the name of Laurence E. Hoff-
man, Tr.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Court House door on the first Mon-
day In the month of October, A.D.
1971. which is the 4th day of October,
A.D. 1971.
Dated this 30th day of August, A.D.
1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: P. F. GULDSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9 '3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of I.EON CLEANING SERVICE at I
14"'i W. 37th Street. Hialeah, Fla. In
tends to register said 'name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
EVELIO LEON
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 71-16779
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO
Husband
Vs.
DINoRAII ALFONSO
Wife
TO: JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO
RESIDENCE AND WHERE-
ABOUTS: Residence unknown
You. JOAN ANTONIO ALFONSO,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has I.....n riled
against you, and you are required in
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
wife's attorney, BILVER8TEIN,
KWITNEY & KROOP 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida 33189
and file the original Answer Ol
Pleading In tin- office of the Clerk ol
the Clrculi Court on or before the
I4ih day of October, 1971. If you fall
to do BO, 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 weekfl
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this list day of August. A.D,
197L
B B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
120 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for wife
____________________0/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1128
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SARAH PI.ATT
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
demands which you may have against
the estate of SARAH PLATT de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade COUU-
ty. and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 7.13.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 31st
day of August, A.D. 1971.
DAVID Pi ATT
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
i day of s.-pt., i97i,
ESSEN A- ESSEN
Al tomes i 'or Bxecutor
1208 Alnsley Bldg.
Miami, Florida
9 I-10-17-S4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICf
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17046
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage of
FRED HORNE. husband
and
CAROLYN STUART HORNE. wife
TO: CAROLYN STUART HORNE
Twin Lakes Drive
Villa Rica, < leorgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marringe
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It mi
JACK J. TAFFER. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1700 North-
west Seventh Street, Miami, Florida.
33125, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Oct. 1 r,ih. 1971; otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.t >KI I .IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 3rd day of September, 1971.
E It LEATHBRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: R M. KISSEE
Ad Deputy Clerk
(Circuit c..,i,i sell,
LAW OFFICES OF JACK J TAFFER
1700 Northwest Seventh Street
Miami, Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
_____________________9/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3525
(JOHN R. BLANTON!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN \\ All i.MAN
I lee.
T.i All Creditors and All Persi i
ing Claims or Demands Agali
you are hereb) not 3 and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand! which you ma
th< estate of BENJAMIN YVALD-
MAN decea >ed late i t l lade t
Floi id i. to the Count] Judgt a of 1 ladi
County, and file the same in
cate and as provided In Section "S3.-
16, Florida Statutes, In I
in the 'ount y i 'ourtl ouse In Dade
County, Florida, within .-i\- cal
month- fr,,m the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this gOth
day of Aug ist, A H 1971.
DAISY W A I.I >V AN-
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 87th day of August, 1971
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
3.27 9 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of CROWN INTERNATIONAL
MOHTINO at 3421 N.W. 36th Street,
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
INTERNATIONAL LAMPS. INC.
a Florida corporation
0/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No.-71-3131
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSE SIMON MITCHEL
Deceased.
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing C.Jims 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 ROSE SIMON MITCHEL
deceased late of Dade Countv Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
< ounty, 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
< ounty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same Will
be barreu.
Hated .u Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of August, a D. 1971
IRVING ALBERT
As Bbxecutor
First publication ,,f this notice on
the 3rd day of Sept 11,71
JEPEWAY. OASSEN A JEPEWAY
By Jos.ph Qassen
Al torney for Bxecutor
619 Dade Federal Bids;,
_____ 9'3-10.17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-16934
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage f
JACOB CIMIS, husband,
and
EVA CIMIS. wife.
TO: EVA CIMIS
c 0 Lillian Pollou
3460 Silsby Road
Cleveland, Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if anv to j't
on IXH'IS R. BELLER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Rd., Suite 238, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 33139, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before 14 Oct. 1971; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iu THE JEWISH FIRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
2nd day of September. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I.OUI8 R. BELLER
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
9/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3283
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LEON J. KATZ,
I leccased
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 I.EON J. KATZ de-
ceased late of Cook County. Illinois,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Chicago. Illinois, this 16th
day of August. A.D, 1971
JOE .1 KATZ
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 1'ith day of Sept 1971
MYERS. KAIM AN. PORTER,
1 EVINSt >N A KENIN
Bj Edwin M Olnsburg
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
Suite J04 H.'ai S.W. First street
9/10-17-24 10 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-16722
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RE The marriage of:
AHA Re IDRIGUEZ, wife and
\< 'El. RODRIGUEZ, husband
TO: NOEL Hi mRIGUEZ
N. California
Chh igo, Illinois
TOC ARE HEREBY notified tl I
of Marriagi I
against you, and you are hi
by required to Berve a coi \ of your
answer or other pleading to rl e Pet -
ti"n on thi attorney, LI!STER
l!i" IERS whose addr n it 14S
S w'. 17th Avenue, Miami, I'l
. and file the original with the
Clerk of 1! above styled Court on
or before the 8th day of Octol.....
1971, or a Default will be entered
against yottt,
DATED this 31st day of Augu-t,
1971.
E B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: H. M WOODARD
D c.
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FIXRIDA CONVENTION COORDI-
NATORS at 924 Blscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
VAL-U-TRAVEL. INC.
MAC MERMEI.L
Attorney for Val-II-Travel. Inc.
1900 S.W Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WINKY the Clown at 843 N F
171 Ter., Miami. Fl .13162 Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. *"
/SI RONALD ADLER
EUGENE LEMLICH
Attorney for Ronald Adler
2720 VV. Flagler St. Miami, Fl.
0/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3177
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstate of
SAM PULLMAN
I 'eeeased.
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bal I
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quited to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ,,r sam Pullman de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. 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 nt Miami, Florida, this 31st
day of August. AD. 1971.
PAUL KWITNEY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 10th day of September. 1971.
S1LVERSTEIN. KWITNEY A KROOP
Attorney for estate of Sam Pullman
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
0/10-17-24 10/1


Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
fJewisti fhrSdian
Page 15-C
Jerusalem Doctor Invents New Instrument
Based On Six Day War Experience
In conventional medicine, insert-
in-; a Lulx' i|Uo t'11' trachea to ex-
amine th<' windpipe or to facilitate
l>rcathinK is a Simple matter 01
using a laryngoteojst .t" introduce
s through the nose or mouth,
with a light attached to the pa-
tient's jaw.
But what .Iocs the physician do
if the patient has no jaw? Or if
the nose or month are not recogniz-
able because the anatomy of the
lace has been destroyed?
During the 1967 Six-Day War,
Dr. Henry Shiftman, Chief An-
lesthesiologist of Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem, realized the
(lifficultiis of the conventional
method as he dealt with soldiers
suffering from maxillot'acial in
juries. He decided to work on th
development of a new instrument
which could be used to introduce i
or guide the tifbe into the patient's
trachea in cases of extreme facia!
irtment.
Dr. Shiffman constructed a tube
- which is essential during surgery'
1 conduct oxygen and anaesthetic
a to the patient from a
toscope 'used for examination
the Madder] as an Introducer
fur the endotracheal tube. This
thod v. is fi "si used by Dr. Sniff-
in wh'>n he treated victims of
tei rorlst it tack on the Mahane
\ huda market two years ago.
Dr. Henry Shiftman, chief anaes-
thesiologist at Shaare Zedek
Hospital, Jerusalem is shown
with the instrument he invented
an introducer for the endotra-
chealtube.
for a tracheobtomy in the tield
during battle, as well as lacilate
medical aid involving injuries of
the head or face.
Under the aefcis of fcne'lCaW ari
Israeli engineer residing in the
United States, the new instrument
invented by Dr. Shiffman is now
being manufactured by an Ameri-
can company for a nominal cost.
The first one has already been re-
ceived at Shaare Zedek Hospital
and is being used by Dr. Shiffman.
Interest in the instrument has
been widespread and at an inter-
national convention of anesthesiol-
ogists in Prague. Dr. Shiffman's
new introducer was widely praised.
At a recent convention of Israeli
anaesthesiologlsts, tht y showed
great interest in the new develop-
ment. The Israeli Defense Forces
is also anxious for its Medical
Corps to have use of the new
instrument.
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mechanism.
This new simple introducer for
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two millimel >rs inside with 25
is of fibre optics connects 1 to
a I'.' volt battery and lense. The
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came time, watch the trachea. The
, t illn- can bo inserted into any aper-
. turc in the face and. therefore, the
doctor can examine the trachea
through any facial opening if the
nose and or the mouth have been
destroyed.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DIAMONDS OR MIAMI at IBS N.W
'.Till Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends
to register raid name with the Clerk
<>f Hi.' Circuit Court of Da.de Counts.
Florida
FAHl'l.oi'S DIAMOND'S, IXC.
By: Simon Ferro, Jr., Provident
HARRIS ft BlRKIN, P.A.
\11 in. is for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Federal Bids;.
MlanM, Plorida 33131
.- -. ^. -.on.. *'.\t.3*M-i..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND HOK DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3521
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In ItK. Estate of
ANNA B. UAI M
i n coaxed.
To All < realton and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Bali

You are hereby notified and re-
inn. .I in presenl anj claims and de-
mands which you ma) have again*!
ihe estate "t anna 8. I'.ai.m a.-
easi i late of I >ade i 'ounlj. Florldn
In the County Judges "t Dade Cou'.i-
ty, and file the same In dupllcati
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Plorida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, union six calendai
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the sami will
be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Plorida, this 10th
day of September, AH. 1971.
LOUIS NAl'.M
As Executor
Plrsl publication of this notice oti
the 17th day or September, 1971.
Hi WARD U. HIRSCH
Attorney for Executor
tlul-41s1 Street
Miami Beach, Put, 1S1M
D/17-24 10/1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3583
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
YKTTA PLCTZER ALSO KNOWN
AS YKTTA BERNSTEIN
Deceased.
To ah Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired in present any claims and de-
mands which you miiv have against
the .-slat.- of YKTTA PU'TZER AL-
SO KNOWN AS YKTTA BERNSTEIN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges of Dade
County, ami flic the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 738.18,
Florida Statutes, in their offices ill
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Hated ;it Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of August, A.D 1971.
ZEV VV. KO PAUL I lit KIT Hoi./,
As Executors
Suite 'J4:l. 42" Lincoln i:.l
Miami Beach, Pla, S3139
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of Rentember. 1971.
CAIDIN. ROTHENBERO, KOGAN &
Kl illNlil.l'.M
by Zev W Kognn
iL'n Lincoln Rd
0 17-21 I" l-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3399
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CAHL B. PINKHAM
I lei eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons lias-
inn claims or Demands Against Ba I
Estate:
You arc hereby not ifled and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mas have against
the estate of CARL K PINKHAM
deceased lute of Dade tofroty, .Fbvr-
ida. to VSf Cifjnty JufS?B of Had a
County, ami file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided n. (Section 7::::-
16, Plorida statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same
be haired
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of Aug., A.D. 1971.
K. LOUISE PINKHAM
629 Navarre A\e.
Coral Babies, Fla.
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the tilth dav of September, 1971.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Administratrix
tin:. Ainsl.v Building
Miami, Fla. *813i
9.'10-17-24 10/1
will
31st
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3622
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
i.i lUIS SH E \ RX
I ii i eased
To All Creditors and All Person Hav
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Bstati .
1 a are hereby notified and re-
initred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ugulnsl
the estate of LOt'lS SHEARS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
Io the County Judgei of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida. Within six calendar months from
the time of ih. fust publication here-
of, or the same w ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8th
dai of September, A I>. 1971.
GRETA SHEARN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of September. 1971.
ELLII iTT HARRIS
Attorney for Administratrix
711". Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
9 17-24 m 1 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of RONALD SHANK. M D ; GERALD
Rl'THCKl, M.D. at 1680 .Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla. intend to
register said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
PUS. SHANE AND RUTECKI P.A.
SPARBBR, 7.F..MKI ROSKIN &
HBTLBRONNER P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
inn n Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida ,,.,/,.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKiied. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAURICE M GREENFIELD, M.D. at
943 Dul'ont Building. Miami. Fig. in-
intends to register said name, with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
MAURICE M. GREENFIELD,
AND ASSOCIATES, P.A.
SPARUER. ZBMEL. ROSKIN &
HBILBRONNER P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of TIIK WICKER GARDEN at RO0
N" K 135th Street. North Miami. Fla.
83161 intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Counts Florids
1, ,v!|.-j'ii 11 i \^-i:
BERNARD GROSS
NELSON FBI DM \N
Attorneys for Annhca u-
! 1136 Kane Concourse
Miami, Fla 31154 ,,,_.,<,., .v
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17279
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage ol
I i.WID Kl IBE, Husband
and
REGINA CORNELL KOBE, Wife
TO: REGINA CORNELL KOBE
347 Bast 52nd Si reel
New York NY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against sou and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
ii JACK .1 TAPPER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1700
Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, 38135, and file the original with
the clerk oi the above styled court
on or before October 15, 1971: other-
wise i default will be entered againsl
you for the relief demanded In the
lomplalnl or pel Itlon.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 9lh d.is of September, 1971.
i: R I E VTHERMAN,
,\ i :.;.. Circuit i "ourl
i> .I.' i'uuiiiv. Florida
By: c l ALEX VNDER
\s Deputj ci.rk
i rcu i i -ourl Seal)
LAW iFI'll 'BS< F JACK .1 TAFFER
iT'.n Northwest Seventh Street
Miami, Florida
9'17-24 It '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-17293
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of:
DENNIS GEORGE TRAVERS,
Husband
ALICE DAVIB8 TRAVERS,
TO: ALICE DA VIES TRAVERS
57 Mt. Bethel
Warren, New Jersey 07060
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you. and
yon are herebj required to nerve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing" to the Petition mi the Husbands
attorney LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 14-.4 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida. SSI85, and file the
Clerk of the above styled Court on
or before the With day of Oct., 1*71
or a Default will i.....ntered against
' Dated this nth day of Sept.. 1971.
B. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: K M. KISSEE
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
9 17-24 10/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 67-13405
(Judge James W. Kehoe)
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION
FOR MODIFICATION OF FINAL
JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE AND
CHANGE OF CUSTODY
EDWARD M. CONNORS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SIIKILA K COXNOR8,
Defendant.
TO. SHEILA K CONNORS
361 Hildreth Streel Apt No. ::4
Lowell. Mnssai husetts
YOU, SHEILA E CONNORS, are
hereby notified thai a Petition for
Modification of Final Judgment "f
Divorci and Change of Custody has
let n filed againsl you, and son are
n miiii". it to serve n i opy of your
Answer or Pleading to Bald Petition
on the Plaintiff's attorney. RONALD
i. d VVIS, ESO p A 117 Blscayne
Building, pi W Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida 3 130 Ph...... 379-2851, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the orn,- of the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 30th day
nf September, 1971. If yon fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
againsl you for the relief demanded
In the Petition for Modification of
Final Judgment of Divorce and
change of Custody.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four (4i consecu-
tive weeks in THE JBWI8H FLOR-
II H \N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florid;,, ibis goth day of August, 1971.
i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Cln >iit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: c P. C< ipki.and
D< nuty Clerk
(Circuit 'out i Sen! i
s 27 9 .1-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGtS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA'N PROBATE
No. 71-3594
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BH S'A Nl 'SSUAI M
:
To All i "i- 11 oi n nd t II Pel
ing claims or Demands Againsl I
Bstati :
You an hei ehj Ifled and r. -
I or. sen ims and de-
mands which son may have against
Ihe estate of ERXA Nt'SSHAl'M de-
ceased late of Dade Cou,tty, Florida.
to the '< in '.s ludgi of i lade Coun -
ts. and fill the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dad. Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
in barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2th
day of August, A D 1971
SYLVAN N HOLTZMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice ftn
the i"th day of Sentember, 1971.
GOODMAN & HOLTZMAN, ICSQS.
Attorneys for Executor
11 an Con. ord Building
Miami. Florida 33130
9 10-17-34 l" 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2575
(ARTHUR W. PRIMMl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nf
JOSEPH FROMKTN
I leeeased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hercTiy notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
Ihe estate of JOSEPH FROM KIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
tv. and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the Countv Courthouse in Dade Coun-
tv. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the firs*
ouhllcation hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Mlsmt <*, this KUh
day "f September. A.D. 1971.
SARA ANN PWOMKTN
As Executrix
l-i'-si publication of this notice on
i. .->, ,l |V ,,f yl.-'Oendw-. H71.
I'dll'l'Tr v ROTWgJNBERG
\ 'OieneS for l"v eeltlri\
Biseayne P.uildlng. Miami
9/17-24 16/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17035
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE:
victor V CARDOZA,
Husband
anil
{CATHERINE CARD* >ZA,
Wife
To KATHERINE CARDOZA
:i McDonough Way
South Post,,n Mrss..iel.,,s,.l|s
YOI' AUK HFEPV v-OTU.-iKn
that an action for Dissolution of Mar*
riage has 1.....n filed sralnsl you and
sou are required to serve a cony of
your written defense*, if an v. to it on
MKI YIN F. FHANKEL. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address i (on T.tn-
-oln Road Miami Reach Plorida MIS*,
nnd file the original with the clerk
of the above st vied court on or before
October 20. 1971: o'herwise a default
sell! be entered amtiivi von for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
-e'l'lon.
Thl-, notice shn'1 be noW-hed once
each week for fo"- "".".-o w'ceks
r, tiir JEWISH FTXnmiAN.
M'lTVKRS mv h-"'1 1----- seal of
nId court at Miami. t"''i on this
"Ih dav of September. n>7'
F R tp."''a""M\'.
Ao Clerk. Circuit Court
Dsde Comcm- i-'e-'da
By. 1 s:virT."nt.-N-
s peptitv Clerk
tf*9t>rnU Conn CctIS
MPT VtV F Tel> t VKF.I.
420 Lincoln Road
Mi-imi Res "''.' ":110
attorney for Petitioner
,'I7.4 m.'1-S


Page 12-C
fJewist flcridian
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
Irving Bernstein, Chief
Engineer Of '72 UJA Drive
By BORIS SMOI.AR
(Editor-in-Chief Emeritus. IT.A.I
(C), 1971 Jewish Tetofrmphic Agency
Ir\1ng Bernstein, the able and
amiable executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, is now
the executive head of the UJA in
the United States, succeeding
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman who
moved to Israel for settlement
there.
Rabbi Friedman, who currently
also carries the title of executive
vice chairman, has long nurtured
the dream of settling in Israel. A
man of vision and energetic ac-
tion, he will conduct the Israeli
end of the UJA operations from
newly-established headquarters in
Jerusalem. From time to time, he
will visit the United States to lend
a helping hand in the UJA cam-
paign.
Mr. Bernstein is different from
all the former top executive of-
ficers of the UJA in that his prede-
cessors came to their high posi-
tions in the UJA from other higli
posts. He came from the UJA
ranks. He has been with the UJA
since 1947 and started field work
with the smallest communities in
the East. Some of these communi-
ties had only two or three Jewish
families.
From field representative he
was elevated to the post of direc-
tor of the West Coast Region. In
this position he served success-
fully for 12 years. He was then
summoned to New York to become
assistant executive vice chairman
which post he held for eight yens.
In 1969, he was named executive
vice chairman.
An excellent administrator, he
worked hand-in-hand with Rabbi
Friedman. Doing a very efficienl
job. he nevertheless held himself
always in the background. His
modesty won him many friends
among the UJA lay leaders as well
as .among the top. professionals in
the communities throughout the
country.
Executive directors in the Jew-
ish communities consider Irving
Bernstein a man of their own. Hav-
ing grown up with many of them
in the field of social work, he is
looked upon by them as a mem-
ber of their intimate family of
communal workers.
This is no small asset to the
UJA. In the fund-raising cam-
paigns of the UJA the personal
friendship of the executive direc-
tor in each community is as im-
portant as the good will of "big
givers." It is the executive direc-
tor that carries the burden of the
day-to-day hard work in conduct
ing the campaign in his community.
Because of his close relationship
with many of the executive heads
of the communities, Mr. Bernstein,
stepping into the new position,
made it clear that he intends to
open and maintain a new
line of communications with the
executive directors in each com-
munity. His intention is to share
with them in an informal way
the problems and issues of vari-
ous magnitudes that he will face
in his daily work and to consult
them, so as to have the benefit of
their thinking on matters of mu-
tual concern.
This new approach will keep the
executive heads in the communi-
ties closer to the "inner doings" in
the UJA. It will give the execu-
tive directors the opi>orturitv to
express their views and to be au-
COUrant of matters of special inter-
est to them. It will establish a
two-way line between him and
those engaged in making the local
fund-raising drives a success.
Mr. BSMMSSin is-very optimistic
about the outlook for the 1972
UJA campaign of which he will be
the chief engineer. He expresses
his optimistic view in no uncertain
terms.
His optimism is based on his be-
lief in the quality of the UJA lead-
ership. He also believes strongly
that the American Jewish com-
munity is now sure of itself, of its
identification with Israel's humani-
tarian needs, and of the impor-
tance of meeting the needs of
Jewish communities in other over-
seas lands. He expects that the
UJA campaign will bring close to
$300 million in 1972 which is the
same sum anticipated in 1971
the largest sum ever raised in any
year in the past.
Without saying so, the young-
looking executive head of the UJA
indicates that in his opinion there
will be no going back in contribu-
tions to the UJA. This is because
American Jewry has come to real-
ize that it is now really and truly
the "brother's keeper" of needy
Jews throughout the world, wheth-'
er through the Jewish Agency or
through the Joint Distribution
Committee the two main part-
ners in the UJA. All elements in
American Jewry are now united in
the UJA, sitting under one roof
and aware of their obligations
when it comes to aiding Jewish
communities abroad.
Mr. Bernstein is especially en-
couragi'd by the fact that the top
eaders of the UJA campaign in
New York and Los Angeles two
communities that have especially
distinguished themselves in the
fund-raising drive this year
have already indicated their readi-
ness to remain at their leadership
positions for 1972. He also lays
great hope on Paul Zuckerman.
the incoming national UJA chair-
man, Mr. Zuckerman. a Detroit
and national Jewish leader, is a
man of great energy and strong
dedication to the UJA which he
has exhibited for years in most
active.work locally and nationally.
Born in New York 50 years aeo,
Mr. Bernstein tame^from a family
deenly interested in matters Jew-
ish. He received his general educa-
tion in the City College of New-
York and in Columbia University
where he received his degrees.
During 1942-45 he served with th..
U.S. Army and later in the New
York City Department of Welfare.
In the UJA. he led numerous study
missions of American Jewish lead-
ers to Israel. Iran. France and
Germany. He also made special
trips on behalf of the UJA to
countries ;n Eastern Europe, North
Africa and Asia.
Smiling for the photographer following completion of plans
for Wednesday's Sisterhood Membership Tea at Temple
Beth Sholom are, from left, (standing) Mrs. Abram Blum, fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Marvin Stonberg, chairman of the
day, and Mrs. Meyer Kotler, president; (seated) Mrs. Robert
Joel, hospitality vice president, and Mrs. Syd Levy financial
secretary.
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Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section D
Greetings From The Nation's Leaders

CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
On behalf of the City of Miami Beach. I
extend official New Year greetings and host
wishes to the readers of The iawiak Floridian.
It is our sincere hope that the New Year
will bring peace and prosperity to our nation
and to our brethren in Israel.
And may the New Year improve the lot of
Russian Jews so they may live in dignity in
the Soviet Union or emigrate to Israel, as
they freely choose.
Again, my sincere wishes for a healthy and
happy New Year.
JAY DERMEB, Mayor
City of Miami Beach
CITY OF MIAMI
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
On behalf of all Miamians and my fellow
Commissioners, it is my pleasure and privilege
to extend greetings to all of the Jewish faith
on this observance of the coming of the new
year 5732.
Appropriately at this dawn, it is the wish
of everyone that rekindled devotion to family,
as well as mankind as a whole, be generated
with greater than ever zeal this year as we
meet with more significant challenges in life
than ever before.
Understanding and compassion for our fel-
low man is a cherished and most sought-after
goal. On this Rosh Hashanah, it is fitting that
the minds and hearts of our Jewish neighbors
and friends an filled with meaningful direc-
tion toward this end.
DAVID KENNEDY, Mayor
City of Miami
METROPOLITAN DADE COUNTY
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
As we begin the Jewish New Year 5732, I
am happy to extend greetings to our Jewish
friends everywhere on behalf of all 1,260,000
Greater Miamians.
Often we lose sight of the many wonderful
things in life, and the contributions made to
our well-being and comfort through the ef-
forts of our fellow man. The Holy Days and
celebration observed within the Jewish faith
Rosh Hashanahis an ideal opportunity to
reflect upon these blessings, and to rededicate
ourselves to the importance of life and service.
My sincere best wishes go to you, your
readers and all of the Jewish faith on this
joyous and solemn occasion.
STEPHEN P. CLARK, Mayor
Metropolitan Dade County
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, D.C.
It is a pleasure and a privilege for me to
extend greetings and best wishes to you on
the occasion of the New Year festival, the
venerable Hebrew holy days which begin with
Rosh Hashanah and culminate in Yom Kippur,
the Day of Atonement.
For Jews down through the ages, Rosh
Hashanah has symbolized the promise of ful-
fillment and happiness in obedience to God's
Holy Law. Indeed, it has been the basis of
Jewish survival in the face of cruel oppression.
The New Year feast marks the promise of
abundant life for the Jews and for all peoples
who turn toward the path of righteousness
and peace.
May the coming year be for you and your
loved ones a year of light and hope, in which
men and nations can live together in peace,
harmony and justice as we are all God's chil-
dren.
LAWTON CHILES,
United States Senator
STATE OF FLORIDA
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Tallahassee, Florida
The High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur are almost upon us.
For those of the Jewish community this is
a time of solemn reuniting, a time of atone-
ment, and a time of quiet reflection on the
mistakes of the past year. It is my hope, then,
that it will not be out of keeping for me to
use this occasion to thank you for your con-
tributions to all that which has been good in
the past year.
Centuries of Jewish justice, compassion
and courage are making it easier for us to
learn to live together in Florida, to respect
one another, and to build a better life for all
people.
For this, I am grateful.
For this, we all should be very proud.
REUBIN O. ASKEW, Governor
State of Florida
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
It is a great pleasure to extend once again
my greetings and best wishes for the New
Year to all of my friends of the Jewish faith.
This Is a holy season, a time of taking
stock, of repentance and resolve in prepara-
tion for the coming year. It is a sacred time
for Jews throughout the world and at the
same time an important occasion for all men
as Jews everywhere renew their sense of mis-
sion on behalf of all mankind.
The Judaeo-Christian tradition reminds us
that few people in history have developed a
stronger sense of justice or a deeper compas-
sion and concern for the poor and less fortu-
nate of the world. Thus the strengthening, the
annual renewal, of the dedication of Jews to
their religious tradition is an event of very
meaningful significance for their fellow men
throughout the globe.
I am proud to join, through this message,
in the occasion of this rededication of so many
of my friends and my constituents to the
ideals of justice, brotherhood and peace which
we share. My warmest greetings and heartfelt
best wishes to you all.
CLAUDE PEPPER,
Member of Congress
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Lashona Tovua warm, healthy and happy
New Year to you all.
This is a lovely time of year ... the end of
one and beginning of another. It is the time
to remember the past, but also to look ahead
to the future. It is a time to make amends
and to make new resolutions.
It is the time for quiet introspection and
most assuredly the time to enjoy friends and
loved ones, but most of all, it is the time to
give thanks to God for the blessings He has
bestowed upon us throughout the past year,
and to ask His blessings in the New Year to
help us all to make this a better place where
we all can live in peace with our fellow man.
The world rocks with unrest and we must
again not only pledge that each of us will do
our share to make this world a more peaceful,
joyful place in which to live, but we must
make the sacrifices needed to make this dream
a part of reality.
Let us pray that this New Year will be one
of peace and understanding and that the world
of men will be dedicated to building, and not
destroying.
Let us pray that this year will find a way
that men of all races, from all nations will
join hands in the spirit of brotherhood to
bring peace on earth.
J. HERBERT BIRKE,
Member of Congress
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
On this Rosh Hashanah, I want to take an
opportunity to express my hope that the com-
ing year will be one of happiness, health,
prosperity and, above all, peace for everyone.
Jeanne-Marie and I join our many friends
in the Jewish community in the symbolic dip-
ping of a piece of apple into honey and wish
you all a very sweet year.
DANTE B. FASCELL
Member of Congress
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, D.C.
At this time of increased contemplation we
must, all of us. turn our attention to the fu-
ture. I know that we all join together in the
hope that the future will be made brighter
than the past, and that peace and freedom
will come to all of us.
To you, your staff, and to all the readers
of The Jewish Floridian, best wishes for a
fruitful and peaceful year.
EDWARD J. GURNEY,
United States Senator
New Year Greetings From The Rabbinical
Association Of Greater Miami
As the Jewish people all over the world
usher in the new year of 5732, the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami extends sincere
good wishes to our brothers and sisters for a
year filled with good health, prosperity and
spiritual contentment.
We pray that a lasting peace will soon be
imminent, especially in the Middle East; may
we also soon see the end of the theory that
violence is an answer to problems that face
mankind.
We fervently pray that our brothers and
sisters behind the Iron Curtain continue to be
allowed to migrate to the country of their
choice and that those that choose to remain
be permitted to practice the faith of their
ancestors. We urge that all men pray for those
who are still denied these inalienable rights.
We thank the Almighty that we are able
to visualize that in the not too distant future
all hostilities will come to an end in the Far
East and that the pain and suffering which
has been ox|>erienced in that part of the world
during the last few years will be alleviated
and will give rise to a just and lasting peace.
We pray that all mankind will be blessed
in the ensuing year with G-d's greatest bless-
ingpeace for all of G-d's children. May the
day not be too distant that all mankind will
realize that we are all under one G-d and that
one G-d has created us all.
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ. President
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami



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vJewlsli rtcrkttar
Friday. Sept. 17.4971
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Abel
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
\ Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Abal
aftd Family
wish their relatives and friends
\ Happy and Prot.perus "Hew Tear
Mr. wd Mrs. Harry Ababa* ami
Mr. and Mrs. SeHi N. Abelson
wish their relatives and friendi
\ Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Abramowitz
on.' Family
wish their relative*, and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Lae Aeranson
and children Benjie, Deena,
and Sandy
teish r/ieir relative! and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Will mi Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
wish their relatives and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous New T ear
Mr. ond Mrs. Benjamin Agronow
and Family
wish their rthtttve* and fr-,nds
\ H.irpv and Prosperotu New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aizenshtat
and Family
wish their relutu es and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mrs. Florence Albeits and Family
wish (heir relative.', and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mcu1 Tear
Or. and Mrs. Donald Altman
and Family
:i-.di their telatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alishuier
and r-amily
of 2120 SW 19th Terrace
wish their nelassues ami friends
A Happv and Projpei ;.s \ .r tear
Mr. David Angel
and sen Jeffrey
anil i his relatives and Friend]
A Happv and Prosperous .\ )
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaum
and Family
wish their relatival and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mete Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon April
wish their lelatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. R. W. ApH
mishes her relatives ami friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin
and children Michael and Susan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea)
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz,
and Family
Wish their relatives and friend;
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aster
ad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Family
tuish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Envoys From Middle East In Same
Hall But Worlds Apart
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
wish their friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Abe Baker
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P-osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and daughters, Randi and Wendy
With i/ii-ir relatives and friends
A Huppy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Bash
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
." '> -
By JOSEPH I'OI.AKOKI"
'XC>, 1971 Jewish TeK-graphlc Agericy
Speakers at the birth of the
permanent organization for world-
wide satellite communications re-
joiced over the technical, economic
thd jiolitical triumphs that cre-
ated it and hailed the participants
as partners. Yet all the oratory
about science closing the gap in
communications among peoples
didn't bring the Israeli and Leba-
nese Ambassadors into contact for
even a single word although
they sat only two chairs apart for
almost two hours.
"Did you have any conversa-
tions with the Aral) diplomats
here?" Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak
Rabin was asked at the Aug. 20
ceremony in the State Depart-
ment's international Conference
Hall. The general smiled resign-
edly. "No," he replied. "We have
communications with our Aral)
neighbors by television, radio.
even bullets." He stopped there.
He seemed to reflect the thought
that the miracles of science and
noble speeches have not yet caused
the Arab political lartdership to
move even to the brink of basic
communication face-to-1'ace
talks with neighbors.
Representative* of Algeria, Jor-
dan, Kuwait, Morocco, Sudan, Tu-
nisia and Yemen also were among
thotte of the 55 nations who for-
mally signed the agreements that
established Intelsat (International
Tele-cominimiditioiis Satellite Or-
ganization). Yet, insofar as com-
munication with Ambassador Ita-
liin was ooncard. they could
have been on planet further
away from earth than the tele-
vised moon.
In the seating arranged by State
Department protocol officers. Am-
has.-.idor Rabin and Lebanese Am-
bassador N'aiati Kabbanl were sep-
arated by the representatives of
the Ivory Coast and Kenya. On
Mr. J. A. Bechard
icishes all of his friends
A Happy and prosperous Neu 'fear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckerman,
Sheldon and David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Z. Beiser
and Family
wish then* relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein
and Family
uiish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bellack
and children Danny and Sandy
of 1055 N.E. 171st Terrace
u: '; thei relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Net* Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernstein
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld
and daughter Harriet, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld,
Howard, Lenore and Robin
Wish their relatives arid friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu1 Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Bendell
and Family
teisli their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \\ u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Auerbeth
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
wish Ineir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Berger
and Children Amy and Charles
teish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. Frederick Bergman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu1 Tear
Kir. and Mrs. Harry Bergman
and Family of
16900 N.E. 4th Ave.
Worth Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barke,
and family
teish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Berlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Avedon,
Arnold, Debbie and Wendy
fish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
AAr. and Mis. Robert Avins
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu1 Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Axelred
and Family
uriah thefr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous "Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mrs. Florence Bernstein
and family
withes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Pi osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
U'i:h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Huppy and Pi osperous Netf Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv md Prosperous Ne'" Yeir
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and prosperous New fear
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bloem
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Netf Tear
Dr. aad Mrs. Henry Blum and Family
U'ish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu1 Tear
Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. William K. Beros
and Children Phyllis, Andrew
Bruce ond Lynn
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Netf Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Botnick
Wish their friends
A Happy N Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott
and Family
until their relatives and friends
A Happy and.Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bsxer
and Family
wish V relatives and f>
A Happy ..".J Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Braun
and Family
wish their icldtives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jock H. Brenner,
daughter Michelle, sons Jeffrey
and Gregory
u-ish their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Vt '-.-irons New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. James Breslow
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bretan,
Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Ted Bedin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Myron Boroks
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant
and children Cynthia and Joni
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Samuel Broder
and sen Lawrence E. Breder
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Zebulon Bredie
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks
With their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Benny
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Gen. Rabin's right r was the^envoy
of the predominantly Juosleai
state of Indonesia, iiuhind Gen.
Rabin wan the new Israeli Embassy
Economic Counsellor, Mcnachem
Naveli, who arrived si* w^eks ago
with his wife and their four chil-
dren. The closest other Arab na-
tion representative was the minis-
ter of Syria's delegation to the
United Nations. P.U'ic Jovejati.
who was about 30 feet away.
After the ceremony, at lunch In
the Department's resplendent dip-
lomatic dining hall, the diplomats
raised champagne glasses to cele-
brate the successful seven-year ef-
fort to establish the orpinizatlon
but this ancient custom of good
feeling didn't mellow the Middle
Easterners into even polite diplo-
matic exchange with the Israelis
either.
Arthur <-'. (I-'-". the British
(Continued on Page 14-1))
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Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burstein
and Family
wish their relatives And friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camner
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
i ish their relatives and friends
\ Happv and Prosperi us New 1 eat
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family of
14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
teish their rel :i es (Bid 11
A Happ-. and Pi i \ 1 eat
Mr. and Mrs. William Carmel
and children Linda,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carmsl, and
Michelle Paige,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krakow and
David Allan,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Carmel
wish their relatnes ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Catz
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Hapr\ and Prosperous New lea-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavell
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Charming,
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. mid Mrs. Charles Chorkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Herbert Chernov
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neiv Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ciment
Roney Plaza, Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Haiman and Faith Clein
and daughter Dara
Wish their relat.ves and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teal'
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohan
and Family
teish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 It*


Friday. Sfcpt; 17; 197]
vJewislh IFtcridfatf?
Paqe 3-D
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation
By MILTOX WEBBS
President
HK.sTORV OB Tin: grjtatec Miami Jew.
ish Federation is hot It a'simy of achieve-
iv-^ot Ifrv^^ff^eoir.iuMjMt^ "a"tMk4 ivcoy*i
ofa nlca^T' renew I for almost a half century
to hilp !' vlde : Better life for the sick.
troubl l ind needy of ;*11 faiths, in the fifth
largral center of Jewish population in the
lr. I :\ States.
The spirit of the High Holy Days is one
of the most constructive aspects of our tradi-
tion. At no other time are we as warmly
aware of our responsibility to others, and of
the necessity to ri.se to the challenge of im-
proving the quality of Jewish life.
In taking stock at the beginning of the
Jewish N*W Year 5732. it is evident that in
this age of alienation, instability of Jewish
family life and loss of Jewish identity, the
challenges and opportunities before us have
increased. It is clear that Jewish communal
institutions must reestablish their priorities to
meet the urgent needs of today and must
work together even more closely to avoid
duplication of effort.
Over the last three decades through eval-
new building facilities and planning
In terms of a changing population- side by
i' wish Federation has widened the scope of
- rvicea to the people of Dade County.
TIIK JEWISH NEW YKAR r.732 comes to us
v\vilh a calendar of commitments for those
I'ledKod to individual and communal action
on the vital issues that have such a direct
bearing on our li\ ea>
Last June the new Jewish community
headquarters was dedicated at a ceremony
attended by more than 1,000 Miamians. This
new central structure is a tribute to the Jew-
ish community and to the 100 men and women
of the Century Club, whose contributions made
the idea of a central community address a
reality.
Each Century Club member not only
pledged his continued support to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, but substantially increased his an-
nual giving to the Federation campaign.
During the past year headlines in the
ilaily press, TV and radio news reports con-
tinued to underscore the emergencies facing
Jewish life in Israel, in Arab countries, behind
the Iron Curtain, and here in our own com-
munity.
While the plight of Israel and her gallant
peo'olc arc foremost in everyone's minds and
izrizn. nznv nj&b
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Mrs. Bessie Feldon,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children, Paul, Howard and Jodi
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goodman
and sons H%rberT Iwltbcftn HP
Adam Joseph
wish their relative! and friends
A H-ippv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. Feldenkrcis
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hr"v and Vn sperous New ted*
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Feldman
and family
with their relatives and friends
A Happv and Proeperotti New Tear
-F-
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman
and Lenny and Mitchell
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and' Prosperous New Tear
(Continued on Page 4-D)
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Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cohen
aid children Pamela, Jeffrey
and Ann Shir a
Wish their lelatives anil friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen
and daughters Dianne and Lauri
Uriah their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Lewis and Ann Cohen of
1190 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
D-
Mr. and Mrs. Jcck Diamond
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond
and daughter, Lisa Karen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy an.i Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
of 801 88th St., Miami Beach
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Cohen
and Family
wi.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cohen
, and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. owl Mrs. Barry Cevbj
ond tan Gregg
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Di-kson
With (lieir relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Ysaac Feldman
and daughter Beth
wish their relatives and fr las
A Happy ami Prosperous New 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Frosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Freeman
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy aid IV -,-crous New tee
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 7Vj
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried
and Family
Wish their relatives and frvenrts
A Happy and Pi New Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fried
and Family
ti U r'ic 1/ relatives ana | rnn*
A Happy .mil Prosperous Ne'e Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friedman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tee*
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ellis
and Family
wish their relatives and friendi
Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family
wish their relatives and friend?
A Happy and Prosperous He: fear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fcllman
and children, Barry, Sheli, lesli
and Seth
u :' friends and relatives
i New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ms< Fierman
and family
,,...!, (?.,.,> relative* and friends
AH<..... I Prospei H Tear
Jack and Helen Filosof
and Family
.. '..'.. |(| fronds
A H"ppy and Prosprroi i \ '. Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Haprv aiu! Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friedman
and Family
ii ish their relatives and frie
A Happy and Prosperous N'ui Tear
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Pn fpe < tu Hew Te<
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P N< '
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstein
and Family
wifh their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dorson
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystla
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Drwiew
and Family
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Enerfeld
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Epner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew 1 eai
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
D-
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
and son Edward
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. Celia P. Davis
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deich
wish, their relatives and friends
A Happy and'Prosperous New Tear

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Sydell and Sidney Efronson
and their children Beth Loren
and Leon David
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Eater
and Children, Wendy and Richard
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Essen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
M;. ard Mrs. Eirn Finsgold
tindd Family
'it es and Friends
\ .'' :pr" I'd Prosperous: \eu- ~> i '
Mr. end Mrs. Mark Fuchs
and Children, Robin, Douglas
and Paul David
u '; their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Pi p< ous New Tea
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
U'isli their relatives and friends
\ H ppv and Prosperous New Tea*
-G-
F-
Mr. and Mrs. David Egoii
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous -Vic tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ehrenreich
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Delnick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Demsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond
and Sons Perry and Paul
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and. Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
i-'n/i their alaaii'M and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous .Vic Year
Richard Fink
Wishes his relative! and (nends
A Harpv and FVo'nem'M New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
wish their relat.ves and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and children Alan, Geri Beth
and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
ii ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis New Tea-
Mr. aad Mrs. Lowell D. Fisher,
Allison and Seth
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea*
Marshall and Eve Fisher
and daughter Jill
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 5225 Collins Avenue
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr*. Chet Oele and Michael
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Te"
Mr. and Mrs. Efralm Gala
and Michael
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospercnis New Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faneln
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
with their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
The Emmers, Norman, Faye
Margaret and Steven
wish their relatives and friendi
A Happv and Prosperous H'w Tear
Mrs. Pauline Fisher and Fomily
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
i .! their relatives and friends
A ''i[\-v a id Prosperous \'eu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
: ... id friendi
\ i id Pro| r Nei
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Galkia
end Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
i ih thai* relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elbaum
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Nathaniel B. Elkins
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fein
and Family
wish their relatives and'friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Mayer (Mik:) Forer
and Children, Hsnry, .V.inna Lett,
Joseph, Debbie, Jack, Michael,
and Anna Louise
wish their reUitivei and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
ih their relatives and friends
A || ProsperousNeu>Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feld
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fow
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pri -reruns New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
wish their relative! and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mis. Rose Garth
tlatives and friends
A Hjj .- and Proiperoui New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geartner
and Family
lieir relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
________,________________<
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
wish tlieir relatives and fnendi
A Happv and Prosperous New Tea*
Herb end Dorothy Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt.
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrrs. Benjamin Genad
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al 6erstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry o'"1 Prosperous Nw Teat


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Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
nanan siaiu rro*
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Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertlr
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz
and Sen
tt'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerentt Graf man
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Girson
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Glassman
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Jock Glasson
and Barbara, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barusch
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hal. MM
and children, Alan, Leri and Stuart
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gold
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gold
anr! daughter Melissa
wish t+teir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous H"" Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff
and daughters Rachel Jo
and Cindy Lou
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. Jacob Goldlarb
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Goldman
and familv
U'ish their ie'"fives and friends
A Happv and prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Goldman
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman
and daughters Rose and Lynn
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Shirley Goldman
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Goldstein
and Children Jonathan and Michael
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Max Goldstein
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. end Mrs. 6eeree A. 6roham
and sens Michael, Lee and Jen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Harriet and Milt Green
and children Bunny and Dennis
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Barbara Greenberg
and family
wish their relatives .nd friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Irving Greenberg
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Eleaxer L. Greenstein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gompers
and children Sheila, Billy, Henry
and grandsons Jeffrey Scott
and Darren David
of the Brickell Town House
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
The Misses
Lillian and Esther Goodman
of 1548 Morton Towers
u:.h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodsteln
and Family
;; their relatives and friends
- A Happy and ProsperotU Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Gordon
end Family
!<:-h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Greenwald
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N-'f Tear
Mr. and Mrs. James Grippo
and family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gyson
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \7v Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haengel
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hallet
and daughter Tara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herzl Halperin
and family
unsh their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happx and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Hecht
and children, Isabella, Neal,
David and Barbara
w: A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Herman and Lina Heisler
and Family
-': their relatives and friends
A Hdppy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. He If an
and children Steven and Barry
unth rl.eir relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschfeld
u.ih their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hersh
and Family
': their rrlatu-es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes
and Children, David, Elliott,
Roberta, Jaimee, and Beatrice
: their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation
(Continued from Page 3-D)
hearts, we nave not lost sight of trie import-
ance of maintaining a strong, healthy and
viable Jewish community here in Greater
Miami.
In response to the unprecedented needs of
the people of Israel and in support to 47 local
MIUON WtISS, President
Greater Miami Jewish federation
national and overseas agencies, Greater Miami
Jewry has pledged to date more than six and
one-half million dollars to the 1971 CJA-IEF
campaign, making this year's drive the most
successful in the 33-year history of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
(JVEN THOUGH OUR campaign has soared
to a record mark it will require a supreme
effort on behalf of the total Greater Miami
Jewish community in the next few months in
order to achieve our goal.
Our strong showing has been gained be-
cause of the outstanding team work of the
campaign leadership and the legion of 1.500
volunteer workers who have carried the Fed-
eration story into every household and busi-
ness within the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity.
During the last year your Federation has
been active on many community fronts. In a
major effort to up-grade the level and quality
of Jewish education, and to search for new
areas to reestablish Jewish identity, the board
of directors, upon the recommendation of the
Planning Committee on Jewish Education, in-
creased Federation's involvement in this field
with many new dynamic programs and the in-
clusion of two day schools as beneficiary
agencies.
The Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies
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Mr. and Mrs. Sanferd Hildebrendt
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hirsch
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
and sons Allan and Mark
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
/-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
!<:': their re!ar:ies and friends
A Happv end Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Holtxman
and Family
Unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum
unth their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Hoodwin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Pavl Jablon
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. WHIien B. Jacobs
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobsen
and Children,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jocobson, daughter
Keri Leigh and* Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Jacobson
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Jaffe
and Children
Adrian, Russell, Stuart and Lawrence
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Fiosperous New Tear
Mrs. Betty Jafitel
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Hyman Hopen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
Mitchell, Francine and Ronald
wish their relatives and friends
A Hipfiv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Horowitz
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Horowitz
and Children Rita, Marcy and Jeffrey
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Maurice Hyman
es her friends
A Happy and Healthy New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Louis Hymson
and Children
Sheryl, Stuart and Suan
h t'leir relatives and friends
A Happy and prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
and children Donald and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz
and children, Marcy and Warren
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Sol and Morleno Kalchman
and children, Chucky, Leslie and
Shelly and Mrs. Esther Kalchman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-I-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Isan
and Family
wish their relatii es and friends
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Israelow
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rebecca Israel and Family
wishes her relatives and frienai
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
and son Bruce
wish their relatives and friends
A Hop rv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kam Maxine and Stanley in.
i< ith their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kane
and family
wish th/.tr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kaplan
and Sons Joel, Jaime,
Jeffrey and Jonathan
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan
and son, Marshall
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kaplan
and daughter Melissa
lOish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mrs. Molly Knrs
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Kenneth Kesselman
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katz
and Sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Katiin
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Katzman,
Richard and Susan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
_^ ^
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and children Carole, Marc,
Barry and Richard
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Merray Kern
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew ": at
Mrs. Mollie Kcssler
and Family
their i datives and fri
A Happy and Prosperous New
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball
Wish their relatives
A Happv and Prosperous \ : 1
Cantor and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirsehenbaum
and Family
wish their tulutleil and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous New *
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New ~i ear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kitt
and Family
u-ish their relatives and frienai
\ Happy and Prospers*! \
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N"' T


Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
* tanisti Fhr/dtoft
Page 5-D
became operative this year as the new name
of the Legacy & Bequest Committee. The
rgjj tfi, .providing, fpnfa fo
future community needs.
Our community relations committee has
Income active in controversial areas concern-
ing communal service agencies and launching
an intensive effort on behalf of Soviet Jewry.
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Vice President
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kleinmon
and Family
I i ,:tivrs and friends
AH | Piwj \>w Year
Mr. and Mrs Jack Korenblit
and Family
! ,; thrii rel i friends
A I'.. I pi row \ ;w Tear
Mr. and Morris Kogan
and Stephen J.
I friends
A Happy and P New feat
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kopelman
and family
i ir relatives and friends
A Huf-r: and Prosperous Hew Tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Kori
and Family
With their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Kotin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Ptosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat
and children of
800 Wast Ave., Miami Beach
wish thftr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Al Krentx
aad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Kupferberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuppersmith
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Gus Kurland
tt>ish*ts all of his friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlander
t and Family
With their friends
A Happy uiul Prosperous New "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kushner
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
The multiple appeals committee has con-
t:nued to pave the way for more orderly fund-
ng campaigns in the Jewish commun'ty.
The Community Chaplaincy Service, gi ired to
providing spiritual solace to the unaffiliat I
Jew in hospitals and other Institutions, has
'. nde l 113 service.
IJN'dkr tut: sponsorship oi Federation,
a community board of directors was ap-
pointed to act as the board of the Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of Miami.
Through its local agencies, Federation has
bushed a priority in the development of
programs specifically designed to meet the
needs of two distinctive populali.in ;;: ".;; .-:
the teenager and the senior citizen.
The Young Leadership Cabinet held monthly
sessions where 25 young men were provided
with an intensive indoctrination on the Federa-
tion and the Jewish community. This program
will provide trained leadership for Federation
and its agencies.
To continue to achieve these real gains in
the year ahead we need the enthusiastic sup-
port of all Jews, their active participation in
our campaign effort and the valued coopera-
te m of .'.! Jewish community organizati
Great r Miami.
In ex' >ndii j our wannest New Year
! 'tings m behalf of the officers and board
: ctors of the Gre iter Miami J Ish
1 us reaffirm our pledge of
ng n strong Ji w Ish c mmunity at
i h tin ; out a hand to ou
Fows 1 :hou1 the w irld.
May Rosh H bring ei uring
I ... health and h i yo nd yours.
tuitan
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lipson
and Family
"irtfBV:* fWWf*es-8>id fvfPtidf
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
IW9
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Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson
and Fo.miiy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry, Robert
and Michael
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea'
Mrs. Rose London
wishes all her friends
\ Happy and Piosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
1 Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waghelstein,
son Stephen, daughters
Shelley and Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa ?r.d son Sam ill,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby,
daughters Cynthia and Jodi
.; and
A Happy and P \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
and sons Cary and Mark
i. /F,-rrr>rV rriav.-.fi*iwf fff-
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morrison
and Family
tn'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mickenberg
and Family
trish their relatives and jr.ends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and Children, Michael,Ronald,
Sheila, Gary, Cathy and Marcy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Vittorio Labi
and Family
i the ;
AH P "
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landesman
and Children Bruce and Shelley
: ii.. ir relatives
A Happy and Prospe I Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster
and Family
wish their relatives
A Happs 41 P V. 1 ;"
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
Amy and Jeffrey
urish their idatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Edward Lawrence
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader
and family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lampert
and daughters, Deborah and Ruth
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Langberg
o*d sans Dea and Mike
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leovitt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben D. Lederman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr*. Jean C. Lehman
wishes her friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny leifer
and Family
wish their relative:- and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchul'
and children Richard and Juditf
wish their relatives and friend.
A Happv and Prosperous New Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leigh
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
u ish their r.' Is
\ j; \ Tear
M-
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon N. Lelchuk
and Son, Ira
wish then '
A II ippy and Pi Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepzelter
and Family
'-. their relatit i I f ": '"-
A Happy and Pi N Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
v ': their reldtit si ;'
A II.-pv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maar
and Family
wish their relatives
Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
and Family
i. h their relatives and fr ends
A Happy and Prosper.:.. \ Tear
Mrs. Harry (Jennette) Mogid
and Fnmily
: Ii their re' tn and friends
A Happy and Pros",
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Magness
and Family
u ish thei tines and fric-
A Happy and Prosperous New t
Judge and Mrs. Leonard Levenstein
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
nd Family
wish all their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin
and sen Harvey
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levine
and Children, Jack, Randi, Mike,
Nanci, Robert and Judi
Utifh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levifon
and Family
icish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lavrant
and children Howard and Debbie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy
wish everybody
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieberman
and Family
icish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Liebhobar
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Joseph Manischewitx
wish:s all her friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mankes
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Sidney Margunas
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosp*' 'ut New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tea)
Mr. and Mrs. Max Marek
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Margolies
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond (Anna) McCullers
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Ha^ru' and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Fanny Mirrhin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous )\e:v Year
Dr. and Mrs. K'cnard R. Mlrow
and Family
wish
A Happy and P | us Net-
Mr. and Mrs. lest*r Mishccn
and family
their relatives and f
I Pi Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell
and Family
ii ish :'. ir i\ '. I frien Is
A H '. and !' V Yeat
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moss,
Hugh, and Andrew
U'ish their reld
A H !' :. \- Tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Norman Mussman
And Children, Maria Beth
And Jay David
U'is friend
.\ : P fear
Mrs. Cecil Myers
and daughter Hortense
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P New Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of
14950 N.E. 6th Place, North Miami
wish their relatives and frit
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
U'ish their relatives and frier.ds
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Nacron
and Robert (|
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julias Nodborna
end Family t
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ami Mrs. Isadora Naidomost
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
and son Arthur
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Al Nemats
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Neumann
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rose Newman
of 4747 Collins Avanue
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyerson
and Family
wish their relatives and friend!
A Hi-ppv and Prosperous New Year
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson
and daughters Linda and Wendy
U ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nockow
And Family
Wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New ~l ear
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Morris
Wish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
and Family
of Triton Towers
icish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teal


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Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Ober
and Heidi lee
i-'i theft relative* and friendt
i Happy and Prospi im New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
wish tfll their friend*
A Marr.v and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Orlow
and Family
ufsh their relatives and friend*
A. Harp-, and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrc. Leon Ornstein
and family
h then- relative, and friend*
A lUppy and Prosperous New Veaf
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Oroviti
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosprrons New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gary PoliakoH
and Family
wish their relatives ami friend*
A Harpy -Mr. NmddRrs.MM ft**""*
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Nappy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. leais Oslraw
and Family
with their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond mrt. Alex Ostrowsky
and Family
tri'h their relatives and friends
-A Haprv and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Padnick
and family
Uttfh their relatives and friends
A Happy and rVarteroui Hew Tear
Arnald, Jane, Michelle and
Joel Pokula
wish their relatives and frienai
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Soianne H. Popkin
and Children Mark, Robin
and Sharon
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew year
Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
and family
with their relatives and friends
A flupi'v and Prosperous Hew ~l ear
Bernie and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
u-ish tlie-.r relative* and friends
.-'. Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children Michel*,
Alissa, Jeffrey and Sfevan
II :.h their relatives and friend-
H Ippy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
wish their relatives and friends
A Harpy ard Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
and Sans Randy, Jeffrey and Gary
M ish their relatives atid friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pavl
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and chi'dren
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney RaHel
Uriah their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Eva Reece and
Muriel Naurison
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
r. and Mrs. Arthur Pearl
and children Michael, Marc,
Celia, Samuel and Max
with their relatives and friends
Happy and Piosprrouc Nw Tear
+Jeni*fi norkUan
Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
'Whose Land?'
By Seymour B. Liebman
A li ENGLISH. MINISTER. James Parkes
is a noted author and Middle East au-
thority. His latest book, Whose Land?
(Taplinger Publishing Co., $10.) is an up-
dated and much revised edition of a his-
tory that he wrote in 1949. For all intents,
it may be considered a new book which
every Jew, Christian and Moslem should
read.
Dr. Parkes has employed a novel ap-
proach to the problems of the Middle East
which perturb members of the three faiths.
He calls the area "The Land" instead of
using Palestine or other names. The his-
tory rotates about the association of the
three faiths with The Land. The author,
who writes fluently and with great erudi-
tion, discusses the meaning of The Land
to Judaism, the Christian association with
it as "The Holy Land" and the Islamic
designation of Jerusalem as its third holy
city and the Arab patrimony. "What gives
The Land its unique position is thai mem-
bers of the three faiths who do not dwell
in it are yet concerned for its destiny," he
says.
"For Moslems, the issue is riot Pales-
tine as a Holy Land, but Jerusalem as a
Holy City." This should explain why two
previous calls to Arab Moslems to rally
to a "jihad," or holy war, were unan-
swered. Palestine was not nor is a holy
land for Islam. For Jerusalem to be con-
sidered holy by Moslems, one must be-
lieve that "it was to and from Jerusalem
that Muhammad was transfered in order
to make his ascent into heaven ." Jeru-
salem ranks after Mecca and Medina in
the order of importance for Moslems.
"The Christian Church has never
sought to make the land the religious cen-
ter of the Christian religion; neither, with
small exceptions, have Christians desired
to live in the country as a religious obliga-
tion. All through history Christian actions
have been directed to securing access to
the country for pilgrims, and control over
the particular Holy Places associated with
the Christian religion ... Far Jews The
Land is a Holy Land in the sense of being
a Promised Land, and the word indicates
an intensity of relationship goinq beyond
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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Roher
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rohm
U'lih tlieir relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Roth
and Family
Uriah their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rubel
and family
ipith their relatival and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosa
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Rosa
and Family
u4th their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. Abe Rubin
and family
U'ish their relatives and friend*
\ Happy and Prosperous Neu' Tear
Mrs. Max Rubin
and family Ross, Chuck, Lauren
and grandoughter Michel*
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu- Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children, Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Savransky
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
-s-
Mr. *nd Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
and Family
ii".h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelxner
and Family
wish their re la tires and friends
A Harpy a:-.d Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reminick
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Restler
and Daughter
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen
ff 1711 Miller Drive, Miami
U'ish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Healthy Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
Adam and Howard
U'ish (haft relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. Irving Saal
wishes his relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew fear
Mrs. Ethel L Sadowsky
and Son Albert Raphael
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Rabbi and Mrs. A. J. Salra
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peeper
and Family
w.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. ana Mrs* Staart Penman
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. toward Pester
ana remtly
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Hsrp-v and Prosperous Hew fear
Dr. and Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
trait their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospercu: Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plaks
' wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. lunard Plott
and Children Jonathan and Robert
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tsar
Mr. and Mrs. Brace Rich man
ond Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. David Richman
and Family
ui*sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth
and children Hal and Cheri
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy mid Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Sager
and Family
unsfl their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. lea M. Schachter
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Oscar B. Sch-piro
cashes all
A Happy and Prosperous Hew
Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schetsmen
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
and family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Schachter
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Proafierow Hew "fear
Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and family
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Salmon
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Cantor and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mrs. Helen Rosenthal,
Alan and Joyce
trish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts
and daughter, Dianne
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Roe
wish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenstraueh
and Children, Samuel, Jeffrey
and Judy
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and children Larry, Lori and Mark
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Abraham Revkesky
ood Fasatty
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sanders
and Steve
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Setter and Gail
Irishes his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schero
and Family
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pi osperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff
Jim, Jadi and Richard
of 1107 S.W. 72nd Arena*
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Schlinsky
of Temple Adath Yeshurun
Wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs f red Sandier
aad Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Sol Sandier aad Andy
Richard and Cathy Mason
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sondt-r
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoffman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoyehld
and family
wish their lelatives and friends
A H^ppy and Prosperous New-Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Setrwarti
and Family
wish their relatives, and-friends
A Happy and Prosperous -New "(ear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol SrtrwoTtx
and Famtiy of
. 5010 S.W. fist Avenue
ua'sh their relative**and friends
A Happy and *Vo*perous New-Ye**
u.


Friday., Sept-17. 1971
*Jewist fhrHdirtr,
Fage 7-C
that of either of the other two religions
. throughout the centuries (it) involved
the idea-of settlement and return, and an
all-prevading religious centrality pos-
sessed by no other land." Parkes writes.
Sephardic Jews have always lived
there. After the expulsion of 1492, many
Spanish Jews migrated there. Safed, He-
bron and Jerusalem were the important
Jewish settlements. When the Moslem
Turks ruled the land, Jews were permitted
to come and settle there, but Christians
were allowed only as pilgrim tourists. The
Turks recognized the rights of the Jews as
permanent dwellers.
Parkes shows that the Jewish immigra-
tion which created cities, farms, and indus-
tries produced an Arab Moslem immigra-
tion from surrounding Arab countries. He
exposes some false Arab propaganda and
myths among which is the one that the
Arabs treated the Jews well. Another is
the myth that "the great Arab civilization
existed while Europe was still barbarous."
It was "a great Arab-speaking civilization,
of which the Arabs were the catalysts but
neither the creators nor the communica-
tors." We, as well as Arab Moslems, have
forgotten that "Arab" originally referred
to the bedouins of the Arabian desert.
Later it came to mean those people who
spoke the Arabic of the Koran, but it did
not mean a political entity or even a
faith since there are Christian Arabs and
Jewish Arabs.
Charles deGaulle is mentioned as one
who acerbated the situation. "France had
neither friends nor enemies abroad, but
only her own interests," he stated. On*,
recalls the scurrilous comparison between'
Arabs and women of the streets, "who can
be rented but not bought." It might have
been as appropriate to substitute France
for the Arabs.
Parkes has an interesting solution to
the question of the internationalization of
Jerusalem which he opposes. "Each (faith)
is there ... but each is not there," he
states," "because Jerusalem is the heart
and nerve center of its world-wide com-
munity. That applies only to Jewry and
Judaism." He proposes "interreligioniza-
tion" with a lay representative of each
faith to form a triumvirate called Regents
(none of whom shall come from The Land)
who shall have jurisdiction over the holy
places.
The author discusses many other prob
lems of the area including the differences
between Ashkenazim and Sephardim, the
split among the Christian denominations,
and the unfortunate thinking of the East
European Jews who do not understand the
Arabs but who control the political power
of Israel,
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Segal
and Family
Irish ):,-.r relatives and friendi
A /: mi P us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Segal
and family
: .!: ihtir tele friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
s-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Segal
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New ttdl
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidle
and family
wish all their friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman
u-isli their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saitlin
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hjppy ami Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro
and children, Daniel, Jonathan
and Adam
u>ish t'le-ir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'ac Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Kannon Sheinman
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy ana Prosperous Mi if Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shidlowsky
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy unJ Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shires
and Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sichcl
Uiith their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sicgel and Family
urich their relatives, and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Seitlin
and children Rebecca, Larry and
Stephanie
Irish thrfr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Semaya
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and- Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Serbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ-j and .Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Seme
and family
tiTMT-fhtii' relatives-- and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shalom
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr.HMtd-MeK Sabrtel Shenhit
ndFomily
^^WNwwRni'*tR1Q91' Stivnlt IS
and Family '
wish.their relatives and friends
A Hapff an.J*Pr*sprous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siogel
and Family
of 2825 N.E. 201st Terrace,
Bldg M-113, North Miami Beach
Wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Jack Siegel
wishes her relatives and fr ends
A Happv and Prosperous New Y'~ar
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
and sons David and Ira
and daughter Gail
iri.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Silver
and Sen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Silvorman
and children Jill and Jonathan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Sitverman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Simon
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. J. D. Simon
Withal his friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Singer
and Family
- with their relative* and friends
A-Happy and Prosperous New Tear
s-
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Singer
Wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin
and Family
U lin their relatives and friends
A Huppy and Prospt.....I New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Sirkin
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Protperoui .\Viip Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sklaroff
and daughters
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Skup
and sons David and Mark
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Ben and Mimi Smith
and Family
Wish their relatives f-ad friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith
and Family
with their relatr.es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder
and Family of North Miami Beach)
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vw Tear
Mrs. Paul Sobel
and Family
wish thetr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Selnick
and Family of 671 Jann Avenue
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
and children, Charles and Debi
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Somber
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Al Speigel
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Speiser
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spirka
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
raian rom,
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Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stodlan and
Family, Adinab and Carmi and son
Ohr, Mrs. Sarah Bianco and sons
Natmm'-tfnd Danny, Dr.ond Mrs.
Emanuel M. Stodlan and sons
Doron, Carmi and Noam
of 1838 Bay Road
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Stohl
and Family
wish 'heir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stein
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein
and family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
T-
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg
and family
wish their .relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinfeld
and Family
u'ish ilieir relatives and friends
A Hap;-, and Prosperous \'e I
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sreinfink
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
U'ish theu relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and family
Wish their -trlatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens
and Children, Ellen, Leslie and Ann
wish their relatvet and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sara and Philip Straus
with their friend!
A Happy and Prosperous Neir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom
and Family
uish their relatives and friend'
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. lo'jis Suchman
U'ish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers
and children Vickie and Leslie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Susi
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
and daughters Bryna,
Anne and Marcia
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Manuel Sussmenn
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and" Mrs. Edward Swerdlin
and family
wish thnr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis New Year
Florence and Sandy Swerdlin
wish their relatives and- friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
-T-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Tartm
and family
wish their relative! and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tendler
and Family
tnsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tec
Dr. and Mrs. Ed Tescher, Denise,
Howard and Marc
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yet
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tobias
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Hafpy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mrs. Abraham Topel
Wishes her relitiies and friend
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Topp
and Family
With their relative! and friend*
A llapi's- and Prosperous New Tei
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Topper
and Family
i ati! es a1:.I friends
A Happv and Prosperous New 1 i
Mrs. Lillian Townsend
of 4121 Indian Creek Dr. Miami tsotk
wishi and friends
A I lappy and P \. u 1
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig
U'ish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Proiperctti New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trinx
and Family
wish their relatives and fnendr
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Trop
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New YtW
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell
Dr. Mark P. Tytell and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cole
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yet*
u-
Leon Udell
Wishes her relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ungar
and family
wish their ;elatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New V *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. linger
and Family
wish their relative! ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Lona and Nat Urovsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeas
-V-
Mr. and Mrs. Morten Varat
and son Andy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Vieerah -
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Ten-
Mr. Jose Lit Vlfkinas
100 Lincoln Road
wishes his friends
A Happy and Prosperous New .Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven,
Howard and Kenneth
wish their relatives and friend--
A Happy and Prosperous New "I ear
Mr. and Mrs. Seal Von Zemft
and Family
wish their relatives and friend.--
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear



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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
varan .
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Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Waldman
and daughters Hara, Abby and Bonnie
u-isli their relatives .-..: --
A Happy rvtvJ
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Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller,
and Roberta
U'ish their relatives arid friends
A Happv Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wallet
and Family
tetsh their relumes and friends
A Hjppv and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Piilip Warshaw
and Family
u-.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wucher and Family,
Fred, James and Belinda
., ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
of the Palmer House
uishes her jriends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wynn
ond Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P>osperous "Hew "fear
Y-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Hjppv and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
ui'h their relatives and friends
A Hjppv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy aid Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yacker
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous "New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaffe
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
and children Alan Jay
and Judith Marcia
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Weisbcrger
and children Debbie and Frank
A H- I Prosper >us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woinstein
and Sons Stuart and Michael
A H.. I Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler,
Pamela, Scott and Jonathan
uish their relatives and friends
A n.:,r\ and Pi New 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
dl their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \cu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
with their relatives and (nerds
A Happ: and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Marc, Barrett and Cindy
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Dr. ana Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
and daughter Romelle
uns i their relative) and friends
A Hi opy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
U'ish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Zalka and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
U'i- n their relatives and friends
A H .ppy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblatt
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea-
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zeichner
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry I. Zelsel
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. end Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sel Weiss
and Family
U'ish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
and sons
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. end Mrs. Arnold Wilpon
and Sens
Michael, Steven, Bruce and Allen
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pi osperous Hew Year
Dr. end Mrs. Jack Wolf*
and children, Sharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Mox Welfnwn,
Ernest,, Lilli and Children
Cloire.Mox and Neil, Stanley and
Marilyn, David and Nancy
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. unt Mrs. Thomas E. Woolf
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
. Hymen Welsen
end Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Morten B. Zemel,
Joseph Seal, Pomelo Tovo
and Fred David and
Alba Debra Yafa
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
and children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Zisquit
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Israel And The Arabs In
The Administered Land
By RABBI ISRAEL MILLER
President,
American Zionist Federation
With our attention directed to-
wards the major confrontation be-
tween Israel and the Arab coun-
tries, very little notice is given to
the monumental achievement of
the Israelis in dealing with the
Arabs in the administered terri-
tories.
The benign administration of an
area more than three times the
size ol the State of Israel with
some one million Arab inhabi-
tants may not be the stuff of
which headlines are made, but it
certainly is a subject of which we
should be proud'.y aware. When
peace will come, and I am con-
vinced that it will and must ar-
rive, the experience of coexistence
with the Arabs in Judea and Sa-
maria, the Golan Heights, the
Sinai and even the Gaza Strip
will be a prime factor in easing the
inevitably difficult adjustment
period.
The reputation of the Israelis
for fairness is perhaps most dra-
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL oi
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A. HAPPY AND FnOSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
and to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
matically portrayed in the recent
action of the Jordanian terrorists
taking refUge from their Arab
brothers in the land of Israel, but
it is shown each day also as 40,000
Arabs come across the old borders
to work in Israel.
The basic decisions made by the
government of Israel after the
victory in the Six-Day War have
been borne out by experience. The
general policy guidelines of non-
presence, non-interference and
non-isolation of the Arabs from
Jordan or other countries have
enabled the Israeli authorities to
maintain conditions of normalcy
in no war-no peace situation and
have prevented undue hardship.
One of the first objectives cf the
military government was the pre-
vention of anarachy ar.d adherence
to the rule of law. In each area
local law is rdministered by lo-
cal courts, with Jordanian law
serving in the West Bank, British
Mandatory Law in the Gaza Strip.
Egyptian law In Sinai, and civil
courts being created in the Golan
Heights where no judges or law-
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH P. KINGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
To The Members and all its
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
JewLjh Community
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zuckerman
and family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zuckerman
end Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
DR. and MRS.
LEON ERONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Temple Beth Sholom,
Jewry at large, and all
humanity a year oi fulfillment
and peace.
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Temple Menorah
and to AH Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
extend to the officers, directors,
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
years familiar with the I ical
were found.
The local Arabs may even
suit against the military go\
ment for compensation for any
damage they may have suffered.
The special military courts deal
only with offenses against pn
niations and orders of the mllil try
government and criminal offi
involving the security of the arm 1
forces.
Religion in the administered
areas is practiced with the s ime
freedom as in Israel, with the holy
places in Jerusalem now b
freely accessible for the fits! I
to Israeli Moslems and Christl
Freedom of speech is protected,
with the Arabs freely Usteninf
anti-Israel h3te broadcasts from
Cairo or viewing programs I
Jordan. The sermon from Jeru-
salem's El Akr.-i Mosque broadcast
weekly on the Israeli radio stations.
The educational system contil
to function and serve* more Bl -
dents than ever before. In Ju -
Samaria tWesI Bank1 then
~RABBrand*MR~S.~
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivch Vachasimo Tovah to
the Off'cers, Members, Wor-
shippers and Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfilah
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole. \
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
to Temple Emanu-El
and
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
RABBI and MRS.
AVROM L. DRAZIN
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
to Members and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
Extend Heartfelt
NEW VfA* MEETINGS
to the Members of
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and to the
Cnuler Miami Jewish Community
DR. and MRS.
MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
oi
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
JACOB C. COHEN
SYNAGOGUE
and its affiliate groups
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE CONGREGATION
RABBI and MRS.
DOW ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF
AND FAMILY
Extend best wishes to the
entire Jewish oommunity
for a Happy New Year
A Very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Members and Friends of
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
from
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH E. CAPLAN
and FAMILY __


Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
vJcnisfi Meridian!
Page 9-D
.some 20O.C0O pupils com-
. (1 with fewer than 145.000 in
1967-68, and in the Gaza Strip
there are more than 50.000 pupils
n government schools compared
to fewer than 25,000 in 19G7-68.
Thirteen hundred students have
been freely permitted to continue
their higher education in Egypt,
1 during the vacation period
they and many thousands of Arabs
s into the administered areas
, > visitors from abroad.
I-ocal government continues to
be conducted by the local popula-
tion, with the civil service being
almost completely Arab in com-
tion. There are 8.030 Ar;J>
civil servants in Judea-Samaria
,:nd 4,000 in the Gaza area with
ihe Israeli civil servants totaling
i nly some 525, many of them
< mployed for obvious reasons in
the Department of Customs and
I vises.
Is this not a glowing record.
particularly in light of the vicious
ropaganda and sporadic terrorism
..Inch Israel must combat? The
fact that the terrorists have not
succeeded in establishing a foot-
1 in the Israel administered
i as speaks volumes about the
fl'ectivenew of the Israeli policy
RABBI DR. and MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish lor the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
of firmness rooted in fairness.
The recent stoiis taken by the
authorities in the Gaza Strip to
stamp out the law oi the jungle
in the overcrowded refugee camps
by building roads for motor pa-
trols was accompanied by com-
pensation and housing for those
who had to lie displaced by this
necessary measure.
Those who senselessly murdered
their own Arab brothers, innocent
tourists, and soldiers, could not be
permitted to hide in an impenetra-
ble labyrinth of huts with only
mud paths as roads. Maximum se-
curity, for the population of the
cam[>s and for Israelis is thus
maintained, while protecting the
rights of all.
With the United Nations General
Assembly convening for its an-
nual session we can expect a dip-
lomatic offensive designed to iso-
late and pressure Israel, and a
campaign of vituperation to be-
cloud the issues.
The commission, named by Sec-
retary General U Thant over Is-
rael's objections, to report on Is-
rael's treatment of the population
in the occupied areas is compos 'i
of Ceylon, Somalia and Yug>>clavia.
They are openly anti-Israel, with
Somalia and Yugoslavia having no
diplomatic ties with Israel.
We must be prepared to counter
this propaganda fusillade with
facts, and Israels enlightened |>ol-
ic.v toward the Arabs In the ad-
ministered territories gives us the
ammunition for this yearly lint le-
er words.
(C), 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
RABBI and MRS.
SADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet the members of
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion of the
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliated oraanizations
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year to the Members and
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
tttml htmrtfeli
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to
Temple Adath Yeshurun
and the entire community
RABBI and MRS.
CHARLES M. RUBEL
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
Temple B'ncd Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizations
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
extend a Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
and to the Jewish community
of Hialeah and
all Greater Miami
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.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish for all Jewry and particu
larly the members and officers
of TEMPLE BETH SHALOM.
Hollywood,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ARTHUR J.ABRAMS
wish the Jewish community
of South Florida, and
pcrrticuarry the officers
and members oi
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
BEREL WE7N
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NORMAN N.SHAPIRO
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
DR. and MRS.
DAVID RAAB
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
Miami Beach
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ISAAC D. VINE
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Mogan David
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
laron mio rua?
Arib sesc
tuisbes
fOKAbApp/
new yeAKD
Hagler Federal Savings
& Loan Association of Miami
Paul H. Marks
Chairman of the Board
Nathan Meltzer
President
Herschcl Rosentli.l
Executive Vice President
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. KIPPER
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
Its Sisterhood and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and Mrs.
AKIVA BRILLIANT
and Family
Extend Greetings to Members
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL.
Ft. Lauderdale,
and to the entire community
RABBI and MRS.
NATHAN ZOLONDEK
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
H. ROTHMAN
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Congregation Beth El and to
the entire Jewish community
for a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members oi
TEMPLE SINAI
rhe Jewish Community Cental
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL JAFFE
AND FAMILY
Extend Greetings to MembefB
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH EL
of HOLLYWOOD
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
PHINEAS WEBERMAH
Extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Ohev Shalom W
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
and to Jewry Everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE SHOLOM
OF POMPANO BEACH
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NAFTALI PORUSH
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
PRAY FOR
PEACE
IN THE
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
MOYSHE ZILBER
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Jewistr HcridUan
Friday Sept 17, 1971
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY .
I EXTEND MY SINCERE -
GOOD WISHES FOR A
--,
A Significant Milestone...
ear
Joseph L
Plummer Jr.
VICE MAYOR
CITY OF MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TOMMY'S USED CARS
416 N.E. 1st ROAD HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
PHONE 248-5260
By: MOSHE GILBOA
CONSULATE GENERAL of ISRAEL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA S9S08
The outgoing year marked a significant
milestone in the history of the Jewish people
and Israel. Thousands of Jews in the Soviet
Union have demonstrated by all possible means
and through all media at their disposal their
((."termination to remain a part of world Jewry
and their newly-rebuilt ancient homeland.
By courageous, spectacular efforts they
have shown their will to remain loyal to
their heritage and tradition and expressed de-
sire to join their brothers in Israel.
This was a year when the refutable Lenin-
grad trial brought the plitrht of Soviet Jews
to the attention of the world at large.
Following the reaction of world Jewry and
the enlightened elements of the world to their
suffering and struggle for basic human rights,
thousands of Soviet Jews were allowed to
emigrate to Israel and though this constituted
merely a trickle of those who wanted to do
so it was an encouraging phenomenon, show-
ing that the humanitarian case of Soviet Jewry
is by no way lost and can lx> further promoted
through active Jewish and world solidarity.
Israel has experienced a relatively good
year of comparative peace along its frontiers
and has witnessed growing numbers of new
immigrants, the majority of them highly pro-
fessional and motivated, coming from the
U.S.A. and other affluent communities like
France, Canada, and Latin America.
Newly-arriving Russian Jews danced side
by side with American immigrants in front
of the Wailing Wall during Israel's Indepen 1-
rn realization of the dream of the ingathering of
the exiles.
More than 8.000 students, the majority of
them young American Jews, haw come to
take up academic studies in Israel's universi-
ties and the number of tourists visiting, Jews
and non-Jews, have reached unexpected totals
- 105,000 tourists came only last month, a
growth of 88% compared to the same month
last year.
The first "El AT jumbo jet has entered
into service and Israel's Airline had the big-
gest annual number of passengers it has
carried since its establishment.
The cease-fire along the Suez Canal has
lasted a whole year, which has enabled Israel
to concentrate more on development projects,
(among which is the oil pipe-line from Eilat to
the Mediterranean) as well as broadening its
industrial infra-structure, building more houses
for new immigrants and expanding its unique
culture and artistic activities, among which
was the inauguration of the New Israel Mu-
seum in Tel Aviv.
More than 80,000 Arabs from all neighbor-
ing countries came to visit Israel though not
one Israeli-Jewish citizen was permitted to
visit any Arab country.
About 30,000 Arab refugees and inhabitants
of the newlv-a.lministered territories were em-
ploved in the Israeli market, thus bringing
about a remarkable promotion in their stand-
ard of living conditions, self-confidence and
offering the opportunity of rehabilitation to
many Arabs in the territories, who were op-
pressed and discouraged during th" Egyptian
and Jordanian rule in the Gaza Strip and on
the W -' I n Bank.
Jerusalem, the everlasting capita] of Israel,
has achieved unprecedented heights of demo-
graphic Industrial and cultural growth, which
has nev. r been known in the history of the
City The last year witnessed a significant and
continuous inilux of people of all religions from
throughout the world Jem, Christians. Mos-

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DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
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CLsxtends V-jreetinas Jo &M11------
te inscribed in the jT)ook of J~ife for the coming year 5732

HEM GOPMAN
ir. Vice Commander
PETER BLUESTEN, Department Commander
M. JAY BERLINER HAR010 UHR DANIEL NEAl HEllER
1st Jr. Vice Commander 2nd Jr. Vice Commander Past National Commander
LEON GIASSMAN
Judge Advocate


National Executive Committee
AINSLEE R. FERDIE IRVIN STEINBERG
JACK BERMAN
4fh Regional Commander
MIAMI
NORMAN BRUCE BROWN No. 174
LEONARD DAVIS, Commander
MtRAMAR
ROBERT K. FRANZBLAU No. 177
JACK FRIED, Commander
P0MPAH0
POMPANO BEACH POST No. 196
ABE CORE, Commander
JACKSONVILLE
Lt. MEYER LEIBOWITZ No. 199
STANLEY HUBSCH, Commander
MffST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI No. 223
LOUIS TUCK, Commander
CORAL CABUS
MURRAY SOLOMON No. 243
BILL KRATZKER, Commander
ST, I
ABE ADER No. 246
JACK AVERY, Commander
MIAMI BtACH
MIAMI BEACH POST No. 330
ALtAN KREUGER, Commander
LEON SILVERMAN
Quartermaster
TED UNGAT0N, EDWIN FEIBELMAN, ALLAN WEISSMAN
Trustees
MARV'N DUKE
Adjutant
MAURICE WEINMAN
National Adjutant
TAMPA
ALBERT ARONOVITZ No. 373
HENRY LANDSBERG, Commander
WEST PALM BtACH
WEST PALM BEACH Post No. 408
ED HANSER, Commander
CLfARWATER
PVT. PAUL SURENKY POST No. 409
BERNARD LYONS, Commander
nouvwooo
VICTOR B. FREEDMAN No. 613
ARTHUR SHERRY, Commander
MM
SARASOTA No. 674
DAVID A. HART, Commander
MIAMI MACM
NORTH SHORE No. 677
NATHAN BAUSCH, Commander
HIAUKH
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS No. 681
STANLEY BINE, Commander
NORTON LEFF
Notional Inspector
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ABE HORROWITZ No. 682
NORTON LEFF, Commander
MIAMI
POINT EAST No. 698
ALLEN WEISSAAAN, Commander
SUKfSW-BAY HAKBOUR ISLtS
HARRY H. COHEN No. 723
SAM FRANKEL, Commander
FT. lAUOtBDALt
WILUAM KRETCHMAN No. 730
PAUL EPSTEIN, Commander
NORTH DAM
COL. DAVID MARCUS No. 746
HARRY HERSCH, Commander
OBIANDO
HARVEY ALBERTSON No. 759
SID DEUTSCH, Commander
COCOA BEACH
CAPE KENNEDY No. 775
LOU WEISS, Commander
South Dad,
SOUTH DADE No. 778
HERBERT DUBBIN, Commander
FOR INFORMATION
PITH HUESTEN
c-cerni-f tfc. Jtwnk W.r Veterans or .,.J,c.ni f*Stf**!!L.


riday. Sept. 17. 1971
vJewisti Maridfiaun
Page 11-D
loins, who came to worship in the Holy City,
which has been widely opened since its reuni-
fication under Israel's rule.
Many new immigrants throughout the
world whose dream was "Next year in Jeru-
salem" settled there in new housing schemes,
and new hotels, and industries were developed
in order to facilitate the dynamic growth of
the capital ot Israel.
The Arab terrorist movement, whose vic-
tims last year were more than Jews, showed a
lotal decline generally and weakened drastic-
ally particularly as a result of the Civil War
in Jordan. The shaken situation and domestic
upheavals in other Arab countries Egypt,
Morocco, Syria, and Sudan demonstrated
again the stability and reliability of the demo-
cratic state of Israel as compared to the Arab
countries.
Both the special Emergency Conference of
.Tmvish Oiganizations in Brussels called for
Soviet Jews and the foundation of the newly-
egtabUshed board of governors of the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem last year consolidated
and strengthened Jewish responsibility and
solidarity.
So was the case, also with the special con-
ference held in Israel by the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations meetings spon-
sored by the American Orthodox and Con-
servative Synagogues there, which re-empha-
sized the ccntrality and vitality of the Jewish
state in Jewish life and provided yet another
stimulus to further the cooperation and mutual
commitment among Jews throughout the
world.
Vet the significant challenges which pre-
sontod themselves last year are still prevailing
and demanding a growing degree of awareness,
dedication, deterniuutk>n.r involvement, and
sacrifice from Jews inriividuaj;y andthe com-
munities collect ivelly.
The plight of Soviet Jewry is by no means
over. The consistant threats against Israel by
the Egyptian President and his Arab col-
leagues to renew the war against the Jewish
state have to be taken seriously. Israel is
still overburdened with its heavy responsibili-
ties, trying to provide simultaneously as much
as it can for the new immigrants, defense
needs and essential services and education for
its own citizens.
All this is done while Russian involvement
and help to Egypt and other Arab countries is
growing and the unholy Arab-Soviet allianoi
tries to isolate Israel internationally.
The apathy among a considerable number
of the rank and file of our Jewish brothers ana
the non-committal attitude towards Jewish
life. Jewish entity, and Jewish survival stilt
:'xist as well as small though worrying
manifestations of self-hatred, and sell-
:leception.
The High Holidays call for serious heart
searching in order to rededicate ourselves
to meet the pressing challenges which an.
still ahead of us.
The Air Conditioned nd Heated
C41AHA COLONY
tirtimquc
___ MOTfL POOL L_
tuedt xAJuked for a
<-f~lappu c/Vew Lfeat
Hilda & Bernie Wieder
Owner Mgmt.
ON THE OCEAN AT Mttl STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mayerowitz
Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall S. Major and
FAMILY EXTEND HOLLDA'i
GREETINGS
Glorified
Caterers,
Delicatessen
and
Restaurant Inc.
A Happy New Year To All
MILDRED'S
FLOWER SHOP
190 N.W. 20th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 379-7698
5732 1971
As you face the new year with vision and
courage, please accept the sincere wishes
of your many good friends here who
stand ready. always ... to help you to
make your future brighter and happier
TJade Federal Savings;
' AND IOAN ASSOCIAT.ON OF MIAMI /^
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
:it
to all our
Relatives and Friends
W and to
all the Farband Members
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
FROM
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, Pretident
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Vice President
FANNIE GIBSON, Vice President
LEON RETTIG, Financial Secretary
JACOB FRAYDMAN, HANftA YESNER, Rec. Secy.
LEON OSNSTEIN, Treasurer
LEON APRIL and LOLA MERLING, Hospitalars
LESTER BIGELMAN, Chairman, U.l.A.
SAM TETENBAUM, Membership Chairman
MOtMIS TAMRES, Parlimentarian
DAVID BLISS BRANCH FARBAND 322
Extends their best wishes to all their members
for a Healthy and Happy New Year, and also
welcomes the new MOYSHE DAYAN BRANCH
with its President, Judge Ralph Fish, and the
new administration.
SAMUEL GELFAND, President
ABRAHAM FISH, Treasurer SENDER WOLSON, Fin. Secretary]
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vJenisli ffr~ndfa*r>
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
.,
At New Year
Gatherings
serve
toILno kostaeR.
//?e most tasty
delica tessens.
To moyvinim, the quality of Wilno Quality Kosher Products
is unmistakable. They speak of Wilno in terms of taste,
flavor and geshmakkeit- Wilno started making Kosher
delicatessen products 79 years ago. Wilno's skills is with
out peer ... no wonder it has found favor throughout the
United States.
tanan
i
nro?
From Our Esteemed Rabbi and Mashgiach
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
Rev. Chaim Kaufman
TO ALL JEWRY
In America, Israel and Elsewhere
A Happy, Healthful, Prosperous
and Peaceful Rosh Hashona
voilno kosher*
Sausage Co.
MIAMI BRANCH:
2181 N.W. 10th Ave. Phone FR 1-6551
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ARNOLD'S OF ITALY
SALON OF BEAUTY
94 N.E. 82nd STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone: 751-5400 751-9133
SPECIAL: FROSTING $10.00 COMPLETE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NYSTRAND LLOYD CORP.
ROOFERS
230 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 643-5200
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN
RESTAURANT
Is back again serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices
Banquet Facilities are available for any occasion
2235 West Flagler Street
Phone 642-5060
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DALLAS GLASS AND
MIRROR COMPANY
557 N.E. 87th Street, Miami
Telephone 754-1406
When Does A Jewish Fraternity With Gentile
Members Stop Being A Jewish Fraternity?
By BBN (JAIXOB
I
(o IOT1 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
if the Jewish college fraternity
can survive in today's egalitarian
mood only by taking in Gentile
students, can it still be consid-
ered a Jewish fraternity when the
proportion of non-Jewish members
at a particular house readies 1'iO
percent?
Jewish fraternity and sorority wlWi'e which gromisis to
J*f> at .i tawnli r of Wisconsin uni liiwe tl*^Wf(?>f,the "Jewis
versities including Wisconsin Uni- fraternity.'" according to A is-
versity at Madison, Wisconsin Uni- lander. Thus, the Jewish fraten
jity it Milwaukee; Wisconsin chapter has reappeared at Wis-
State University it Oshkosh, Wis- c ..in University in Milwaukee
consin State University at Su- WSU it Oshkosh and WSU at S
perior, partly as a result of in-
ere is d Jewish enrollment at thos
schools.
perior and Marquette University.
The much sought-after "group
identity" that the fraternity of-
fered in the '50*s and '60*8, as Mr.
This is credited to the "new h; -
en way to brid," which plainly put, mi
he search those houses pledging Gentile si
for" seir-expression in the TO's." dents. Thus, in the revived eh
ical idea dreamed Auslander put it. has give
ebrows? Not a a!l; -stud,.,,, activism and tr
A hypothet
up to raise eye
it has happened. There are three
such fraternity houses at Wiscon- The impaclTon the fraternities has tei<. while affiliated with
>in universities and there may been a steadily growing disinterest "Jewish nationals" mainly:
; such affili tion among college and Alpha Epsilon Pi th.'
students, Jewish and non-Jewish is, Auslander reported, the mi
alike. There are only two Jewish bership of these chapters runs a
fraternities sir; in existence
the Madison branch of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and both are
struggling. Du the pas! six
yi i! s, J w ib '
ship at the Ma lis in i h is
tumbled ai I all three '
well be more to come.
The risk tn the Jewish "identity"
of such fraternities inherent in
the accept ince of non-Jewish
members appears to be within the
acceptable range for at least one
fraternity official. Jeff H. Auslan-
der, former frat rnity advisor at
the university of w isc ins n a1
Milwaukee and district g er i
of the Zeta B I T u fi iternity, sororities a; Mad
outlined his view p irt pub- ,., A ..; in0- ,.
lished In the Wisconsii ; v isli
Chronic H ribed Bi i has i
the history and current status of at Wisconsin !'.( else-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM ...
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O^ the re isons why the Ji -
ten ty leadership feels lm-
led to pi dge Gentiles <<
from llsinterest in
bersh ng to lay's Jew-
ish studi Is is that the 11 -
fraternities, once the
'\ ASP puritj n
'' :. ly
(Continued on Page 15-D)
A Happy New Year To All
PEGGY BURNS
FLOWERS
1400 N.W. 10th Avenue
CENTRE HOUSE
Miami, Florida
Day or Night 371-1080
Best wishes for a
prosperous and
Happy New\iear
Pan American Banks ^
A lot of bank.
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North Dade: 163rd St. Shopping Center
Hialeah: Flamingo Shopping Daza
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Friday. Sept. 17, 1971
^Jenisii Mcridiiairi
Page 13-D
Edward J. Bloustein, (left) newly appointed presi-
dent of Rutgers University, Mrs. Max Schenk, na-
tional president of Hadassah, and General Aharon
Yariv, Chief of Intelligence, Israel Defense Forces,
chat at a banguet during Hadassah's recent 57th
annual convention in Cleveland, Ohio. The 2,500
delegates reelected Mrs. Schenk for her fourth
one-year terra as president.
Representative
ROBERT C.
HECTOR
Best Wishes
for a
Happy JSeiv Year
to the
entire Jenisli
Community
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Customers
Metro
Equipment
2930 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miam
Phone 634-7784
A Happy New Year To Al!
ZEV & HELEN MAHLER
1634 Euclid Avenue
Phone 532-3820
Artistic European Tailor
Specializing in Men's & Ladie's
Alterations Also Seude and
Leather Goods
A Happy New Year To All
JOSEPH
LOWE
Painting & Pressure Cleaning
Commercial and Residential
2130 N.W. 105th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 691-5471
Best Wishes For A
Prosperous and Happy
New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Rosenthal
and Family
of the
ADELPHI
SCHOOLS
A Happy and Healthy
New Year to All .
Mike Boyle
PONTIAC
30501 So. Federal Highway
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Phone 247-7011
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year to All .
REX
ART SUPPLIES
2283 S.W. 37th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 445-1413
Our Wishes for Your Health
One And All .
Oak Feed Store
3030 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
Phcre 448-7595
Opsn 10 a.m. to 10 pm.
7 Days A Week
Happy New Year to All .
Allen" Opticians
1880 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA
Phono 949-8714
CARFEL IMPORTS
SUPPLY, INC
LANGFORD BUILDING
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
358-1346
Happy New Year To All ..
Ben Giller
1701 MERIDIAN AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
A Happy New Year To All
MAINTENANCE
PAINTING INC.
Phone 949-8037
A Happy New Year To All
masters gardens
florist
5242 W. Flagler Street
Phone 448-4655
Neisners Store
Central Shopping Center
Phone 649-5832
Flower Arrangements Special
prices for New Year Holidays
A Happy New Year To All
RANGE
FUNERAL
HOME
"CONFIDENCE'
5727 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 691-4343
A Happy New Year To All
FRANK'S PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
House Painting-Roof Cleaning
20 Years Experience
Call FRANK
Phone 757-3065
1971
5732
Jackie Dan Rickie Joey and Linda
The Weinsteins
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ON
THIS ROSH HASHONA
A Happy New Year and Best Wishes To All ..
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Abbott and Family
EDWARD, MYLES, IDA and BARRY
$$ SAVE SAVE SAVE $$
Female Custom Formal Wear
Rent Yours
Wedding Bar Mitzvah Parties
Also Beautiful Floral Arrangements
D'YERA FLOWERS
1927 WEST FLAGLER STREET
642-4400
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
David Harrison's STUDIO OF FLOWERS
21 N. E. 36th Streel Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone 751 4551
Holiday
Greetings
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
10
ZzZ&zj
Wholesale Distributors of the Finest .
Koshor Bef, Veal, Lamb and Poultry.
2891 W. 4th AYE. HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone TU 7-2696
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PEGGY BURNS FLOWERS
1400 N.W. 10th AVENUE
CENTRE HOUSE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Day or Night 371-1980
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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PICADILLY PEARLS
2859 BIRD AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLORIDA
WJSJ Phone 448-7127
- rfi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DAILY BREAD INC.
BAKERS OF FAMOUS "PITA BREAD"
123 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33135
Phone 643-1303
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
T. S. BUDD OPTICIANS
10 S.E. 2nd Ave, Miami
7400 N. Kendall Drive, Miami
262 Andalusia, Coral Gables
4980 W. 10th Ave., Hialeah
Phone 446-0291
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BARRE PAINTING COMPANY
3503 E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691-5785
Painting and Paper Hanging
Free Estimates at No Obligation
RICHARD SIDOTE, Owner
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mr. and Mrs. William Rafkind
and Family
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES
For Ail Your Photographic Needs
At The Right Prices
2645 S.W. 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33133
Phone 444-0252
LUSKIN HI FIDELITY
1825 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 944-7790
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY,
HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
JOY FOR THE SEASON and THE YEAR ROUND
FROM .
ARROW CRAFT PRINT COMPANY
"CUSTOAA CRAFTED SILK SCREEN PRODUCTS''
3211 Bird Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida
Phone 443-1676
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Start your students and newlyweds off
right for the holidays with a Savings Policy
from Equitable Life Insurance Co.
Call HOWARD PITTS
Phone 445-0481 371-5691
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BILL L0CKW00D INSURANCE
1501 EAST 4TH AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
PHONE 887-1561
Envoys From Middle East In Same
Hall But Worlds Apart
(Continued from Pajje 2-D)
scientist and author, after compar-
ing the eventual impart of the
eoiiimimir-.tt hinv Safelliten uptfn llti*
whole human raee to that of the
telephone on the "so-called devel-
oped societies," told the luncheon
ffuests: "You have just signed the
first draft of the Articles of Fed-
erations of the I nited States of
Karth." But there was no indica-
tion his prophecy moved any of
the Middle Kast enters toward
neighborliness in the.ir own neigh-
borhood.
Egypt, which like Syria, the Su-
dan. Iraq and Libya, severed dip-
lomatic relations with the United
States alter the 1967 war, was
represented at the ceremony by
Dr. Mounir Zahran. a top officer in
the Egyptian "interest! section" in
Washington. In Cairo, tee United
States maintains a similar section
which is an embassy in virtually
all except name.
Dr. Zahran, however, did not
sign, although It was announced by
the Departmenl only the day be-
fore that he would. Iraq, Libya.
Saudi Arabia. Iran, France, Wesl
Germany and Mexico also were
among the 26 nations, that are par-
ties to the agreements but did not
iMlBfciJtaRr.'jq -
Department officials explained
that the tidied States as the de-
pository country for the agree-
ments requires official authority
in writing from the partici|Mitiiig
government Itel'ore its envoy Is
eligible to sign the documents.
They said that in most cases among
the non-signers the necessary doc-
t.mentation did not reach Wash-
ington in lime.
Others present, however, thought
that some countries deliberately
postponed signing as a gesture of
displeasure with the United States
for its large measure of power in
the organization, or pique at cir-
CMmstances in the Middle East.
Yugoslavia, which signed, is the
only Communist country that is a
party to the agreements.
Intelsat's operating machinery
is expected to begin functioning
nn\t year after 5-1 countries of the
80 in the Interim consortium that
d w up the agreements ratify
them. A secretary-general and in-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NEUMAN'S AWNING SERVICE, Inc.
1642 N.E. 123rd STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 891-1754
MARK ZLUTA
THE STAFF OF DOMINION LTD., INC.
wish our many friends here in Miami
and also our associates and friends in New York
the Very Best of Health and a Happy New Year
DOMINION LTD. INC.
585 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 751-7121
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PHIL PALM PLUMBING
REPAIRS ALTERATIONS
Phone 891-8576
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHURCHMAN'S FURNITURE
35 South Flagler Avenue Homestead, Florida
Phone 247-1350
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PIERRE MERCHANT TAILOR
1104 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531-3812
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
McGAHEY CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Inc.
1930 N.E. 2ND AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33132
PHONE 379-6516
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LIEBERMAN COURTESY MOVERS
Local and Long Distance Packing and Storage
1892 N.E. 151st ST. Miami, Florida
Phone 947-7765
ternational staff will be install, i]
at headquarters in Washington. The
Communications Satellite Corpora-
tion (COMSAT), chartered
Congress in 1962, will be the' ow -
all manager. American owners
and control in the organization
limited to 40'1, based on inv
ment.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
OLLIE'S
1IODY SHOP
1490 N.E. 123rd Street
Phone 757-4729
COMPLIMENTS OF
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
659 N.W.I 15th STREET
688-9692
If
A Happy New Year To All
MID-TOWN
PLUMBERS, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
STAR TRAVEL
226- 71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
865-0357
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BLUE BIRD
BAKERIES
9449 Miller Drive
Phone 271-1235


Friday. Sept 17. 1971
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When Does A Jewish Fraternity With Gentile
Members Stop Being A Jewish Fraternity?
(Continual from Page 12-D)
cruiting the same Jewish pros-
pects they usod to regularly re-
buff.
Mr. Auslaiuler contended that
his fraternity has been successful
in staying alive on campus by in-
viting Gentiles as members. In
| 1W6, ZBT had one chapter at tho
^M.idison campus, with 103 mem-
Jp^rs. Now. five years latr. there
5 are sbt ZBT units in Wisconsin,
with a combined membership of
at least 225 members. He con-
<.Mied that the total number of
Jewish members has numbered
about tho same, with "no net
change-' during that period, how-
ever.
But this survival policy does not
work on campuses where Jewish
frataoifty "traditions"' exist
against Gentile members. Mr. Aus-
lander reported. The ZBT chap-
ter in Madison has remained ex-
clusively Jewish throughout its
50-year history, despite numerous
efforts to extend membership to
Gentile nvmbers and despite the
transition of the national frater-
nity to a point where an averae-
of one of two members in all 15'
undergraduate chapters is not Jew
ish. He concluded that the futui
was bleak for the Jewish fraten
ity that found itself unable t
break with a past tradition of
totally Jewish membership, as op
posed to the new hybrid chapte
that has adjusted to its environ
ment by accepting Gentiles.
ZBT and AEPI at Marquctte an-
ZBT at Wisconsin University ha\
gone just about as far as thf
could go in this direction. Mr. Au*
lander reported. Those chapter
are now made up entirely of Gen
i'e members.
This cheese ball is handy when you are expecting company.
It can be prepared several days In advance and its taste improves
H I refi i deration. The ball is covered with chopped walnuts and
.< lovely t'i look at. You can serve the cheese Iwll at a cocktail
|i rty, luncheon or at a "coffee and dessert get-together." Ar-
range around the ball a variety of thin crackers and fresh fruit.
The pleasure will be all yours.
CHKESE BALL

8 OZ8. cream cheese
s ozs. very shatp
chedder type cheese
1 small onion
'_ bell pepper
2 this, brandy
tt
tsp. salt
tap. white pepper
Dash red hot pepper
(optional)
cup chopped walnuts
Allow the cream cheese to roach room temperature. Grate
the Cheddar chese on a very fine grater. Peel the onion and chop
it very finely. Chop the bell |>opper into small cubes. Mix the
cheese with the onion and pepiier. Add salt, pepper, brandy and
x well. CTtill in the refrigerator till it hardens. Form a ball
and roll it in the chopped walnuts to cover it completely. Wrap
ball in a |ii?ce of aluminum foil and chill for six hours or
overnight.
U
Rosh n ishanah is again at our doorstep. The beautiful holi-
. period will bring lots of guests, relatives and friends to our
homes. Preparing t ivorite dishes for them Is indeed a pleasant
. and I hope you will enjoy preparing potato knishes for fam-
ily use and entertaining. The recipe is a basic one, and you may
adapt and change the fillings to your liking using meat, liver or
sha. (Be sure that the fillings are fully cooked and seasoned
efore you wrap them with the dough). If you want to make
our life a little easier, you may also use the same ingredients,
but instead of preparing individual knishes, make a long "knish"
that looks like a jelly-roll, and then cut it into serving pieces.
POTATO KNISHES
2 tbls. vinegar
l tsp. salt
1 cup water
2 tbls. margarine
1 tsp salt
Dash pepper
1 egg yolk
r#our;h:
2'i cups all purpose flour
1 cup margarine
Filling:
2 cupc mashed potatoes
(or instant m.ished potatoes!
2 tbls dehydrateed onion flakes
Topping:
2 tbls. water
2 oz. sesame seed
Prepare the dough one day in advance, because it needs
overnight refrigeration. Bring the water to a boil, add the mag-
garine and stir until it melts. Remove from heat and add the
vinegar and salt. Sift the flour into a bowl and add the water
and margarine. Stir well to blend all ingredients. Stir for two
minutes and cover with wax paper and refrigerate.
Before you start preparing the knishes, heat the oven to
300 degrees F. To prepare the filling, combine the mashed potato
with onion, margarine, salt and pepper; mix well.
Divide the dough into two balls for easier rolling. Sprinkle
with flour and roll to a thin leaf. Cut into 3-4 inch circles. On
each circle put a heaping teasi>oon of filling. Moisten the edges
with a drop of water, then fold over and seal by pressing the
edges together. For better sealing, pinch the edges. Repeat till
all the dough is finished.
Dilute one egg yolk with two tablespoons cold water; brush
tthe tops of the knishes with this mixture. Sprinkle sesame seeds
ver the wet surface. Arrange on a baking sheet and bake for
minutes until the tops of tho knishes are golden brown. Yields
rabout 30 knishes.
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Miami. Floilda Friday, September 17. 1971
Section E
This painting, executed by a student at the Hebrew Uni-
versity High School in Israel built by the National Council
of Jewish Women, is the theme of a New Year's card
commemorating the year 5732 and Council's 25th anni-
versary, to be celebrated Nov. 4-11 with a conference in
Jerusalem.


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Greater Miami Bonds With Israel
By JAMES M. ALBERT
Chairman
OKMtai Miami Israel Bond Organization
^ff was just one year ago that Jewish lead-
ore from around the world met with Prime
Minister Go Ida Meir, Finance Minister Pinchas
Sapir. and otlier Israeli leaders at an extra-
ordinary- conference in Jerusalem.
It was a great privilege for myself and
Michael Litvak, director of the Israel Bond
Organization of Miami, to take part in this
conference. Th.? Prime Minister urged the
>vorld leaders to discard all previous criteria
of financial support and the Finance Minister
mphasized that even if the cease-l'ire which
had then been in effect for just three weeks
led to a peace agreement, Israel would still
have to look to world Jewry for larger finan-
cial aid then ever before.
Responding to an urgent call from Israel's
leaders for "a state of mobilization for Israel's
economic survival in the midst of an if*
believable escalation of its defense burden," an
unprecedented goal of 5500,000,000 in Israel
Bond sales was adopted.
Confident that Miami would continue to
shoulder its share of this obligation as it al-
way had in the past, we gave Prime Minister
Golda Meir our community's pledge to double
its effort, accepting a goal of $20,000,000 for
1971, more than twice the amount sold in 1970.
In making this pledge for Miami, we were
aware that our community would nave to ex-
tend itself far beyond any previous effort,
with determination, zeal and dedication. We
were aware that in order to reach our goal,
more bonds would have to be sold to more
people than ever before. In addition, those
who had demonstrated their .affinity for Israel
through the years by purchasing Israel Bonds
would have to respond more generously than
ever before.
Now. a year later, it is apropos to ask how
our community has responded to this chal-
lenge. Has our faith been justified? Have we
~iscn to the challenge with the kind of re-
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T1
Ralph Waldo Emerst
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 lxi greater
than ever. And for this we
need our friends.
Your community will change a
lot during 5732. So will the
world! The quality of that
change depends upon each ot us.
Greetings and best wishes
for the New Year.


Bureau of Jewish Education
Jack S. Popick,
President
Community Chaplaincy
Service
Leo Eisenstein,
Chairman
Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Director
Community Relations
Committee
Morton Silberman,
Chairman
Arthur S. Rosichan,
Secretary



IlilUI Foundation
University ol Miami
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler,
Director
David S. Kenin,
Chairman
Jewish Family and
Children's Service
Dr. Alan A Lipton,
President
Leon D. Fisher.
N Executive Director
Jewish Home For
The Aged
Leo Rose, jr.,
President
Arthur Kalish.
Executive Director
Jewish Vocational Service
J. Wm.Baros.Jr.,
President
Eugene Greenspan,
Executive Director
Mt. Sinai-Hospital
Samuel N Fricdland.
President
Samuel Gertncr,
Executive Vice President
National Council ofjfcwish
Women Immigration and
Naturalization Service
Mrs PhilipBloom,
President
Mrs Florence Alberts,
Executive Secretary
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
lack Kat:man.
President
Myron A. Berezin,
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Continued From Pace 2-E
sponse that win make this goal attainable?
I am gratified to be able to report at this
time that our goal has b*<*n"Mjtlistic and our
confidence not misplaced. As we stand on the
threshold of Rosh Hashanah and prepare for
the most intensive fall campaign in the 21-
year history of the Israel Bond drive, I am
pleased to report that we have already sold
$10,000,000 in Israel Bonds this year. TTiere is
every reason to believe that with the con-
tinued inspiration of our community's spiritual
leaders, the continued dedication of our lay
leadership and the loyal support of our grow-
ing community, the goal will be reached by
the end of the year.
It is appropriate at this point to express
appreciation and gratitude for the role which
the spiritual leaders of our community have
taken in this effort. Our achievements are due
in no small measure to the rabbis who have
given inspiration and leadership to the events
which spearhead the Israel Bond drive. These
events the dinners of state, sponsored by
the various synagogues and temples, and the
appeals at the synagogues during the high
holidays, have become notable landmarks in
the life of our community. Nearly every syna-
gogue and temple in Greater Miami sponsors
a dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds, in addition
to appeals which are made for Bonds during
the high holidays.
Members of the rabbinate hold important
posts in the Israel Bond Organization no-
tably Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El, serving as chairman of the Board
of' Governors; Dr. Leon Kronish, Rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom, former community-wide
chatran and -new a' *nMtona*Vi*e-cnaiitTMi
of the Israel Bond Organization; Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, chairman of special events, and
Dr. Eugene Labovitz and Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
key members of the executive board.
To launch Miami's record-breaking effort.
4.000 persons gathered at the Miami Beach
Auditorium last Sept. 20 to hear Golda Meir
in a closed circuit telecast. One week later, at
a mobilization dinner, the $20,000,000 cam-
paign was initiated. Chairman of the dinner
was Ben Essen, who has given yeoman service
to Israel, year in and year out.
The traditional appeals for Bonds at high
holy day services in the temples and syna-
gogues followed. Each appeal netted record
results. In this connection, it is a pleasure to
mention Rabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever, Agudath
Israel Institute; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth
El Congregation; Rabbi Berel Wein, Beth
Israel Congregation; Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth
Kodesh Congregation; Dr. David Raab, Beth
Raphael Congregation; Rabbi Joseph E. Rac-
kovsky, Beth Tfilah Congregation: Rabbi
Charles M. Rubel, B'nai Raphael Congrega-
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A I'SHOKO TOVO TIKOSEVU
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ROSM H.VSHONAff
^ Prayer of 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





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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-oriented 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.
"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
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For giving opportunities, please call The Home Development Office at 532-6491.
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( "ill 1111.-il From Pu.je 4-E
tion; Dr. Tiber H. Stern, Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue; Rabbi Alexander
Gross, Hebrew Academy: Rabbi Avrom L.
Dra/.in. Israelite Center: Rabbi David Lehr-
field, Kneseth Israel Congregation: Rabbi
Phineas Webernian. Ohev Shalom Congrega-
tion; Rabbi Sadi Nahmias, Sephardic Jewish
Center: Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Sky Lake
Synagogue; Rabbi Naftali Porush, Young
Israel of Greater Miami; Rabbi Simon April,
Temple Beth Tov; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
Temple Menorah: Dr. Eugene Labovitz, Tem-
ple Ner Tamid: Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman.
Temple Or Olom; Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Tem-
ple Zamora: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple
Beth Shalom, Hollywood: Rabbi Elliot J.
Winagrad, Temple Lsracl of Miramar; Rabbi
David Shapiro, Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and
Rabbi Morris Skop, Temple Sholom, Pompano.
The key to the success of Greater Miami's
Israel Bond effort has been the synagogue din-
ners, which have become a tradition in our
community. The first of these was the Temple
Beth Sholom Dinner of State, where it was
my privilege to be designated as the honoree.
Under the leadership of Dr. Kronish, Nathan
Manilnw and Maivin Cooper, the results of
this dinner achieved new heights for Israel
Bonds.
In rapid order there followed a series of
dinners sponsored by the major congregations
which in every case surpassed all other previ-
ous sales total. These included Beth David
Congregation, under the leadership of Rabbi
Sol Landau and the chairmanship of Charles
Rosenberg, honoring Mr. and Mrsv Morris
Rabinowitz; Beth Torah CongregationDr.
Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader, Stanley L
Cohen, chairman, and Milton T. Horostein,
honoree; Temple IsraelDr. Joseph R; Narot.
spiritual leader, Joseph A. GarfieW, chairman,
and Malcolm D. Woldenberg, honoree; Temple
MenorahRabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Irwin.
Zuckcrman, chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Siegel. honorees; Temple EmanurJElDr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, Joseph H.
Kanter, chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry

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MICHAEL UTVAK
Paskow. honorees; Temple Ner TamidDr.
Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader, Murray
Shaw, chairman, Herman Shaw, honorary
chairman, and the late William Nathan and
Charlotte Nathan, honorees; Temple Sinai-
Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgsley, honoree, and Samuel
Bloom, chairman; Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tionRabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual leader,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton K:ihn, honorees, and Oscar
Schapiro, chairman; Beth Raphael Congrega-
tionDr. -David Raab. spiritual leader, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bernstein, honorees, and
George N. Kotin, chairman; Temple Beth Am
Dr. Herbert Baumgard. spiritual leader, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Levine, honorees, and Mar-
vin Markewitz, chairman; and Temple Judea
- Rabbi -Morris Kipper, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
i'esner. honorees, and Sol Schreiber, chairman.
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New Year
To All .
.... DAVID STUZIN, President
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The Officers and
The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai Hospital Of Greater Miami
Extend Cordial New Year's Greetings
To All
iwi; Leonard L. Abess
James M. Albert
*g*~ri L. Jules Arkin
I ~ Col. Jacob M. Arvey
? '" Samuel Blank
Ben Blum
? Harry Blum
Shepard Broad
[ 1 Harold Brown
-David P. Catsman
1 I r at i Max V. Cogen Edward L. Cowen
i ( Julius Darsky
V Joseph Davidson
1' Mrs. Meyer Don
1" Paul Faske
; .:. Robert S. Feldman
A. C. Fine
- Samuel Friedland
j 1 % V- Mac Gache
! Sydney Gans
Sam A. Goldstein
t Abraham Goodman
i r' Morris Goodman, M. D.
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Paul R. Gordon
Robert Z. Greene-
Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan
Nathan S. Gumenick
Louis Hand
A. J. Harris
Mrs. Lila G. Heattr
Isadore Hecht
Samuel J. Heiman
Howard Kane
Samuel Kann
Aaron Kanner
Henry Keller
Milton Kelner
Benjamin G. Kline
Bing Kossoff
Samuel C. Levenson
J. Gerald Lewis
Joseph M. Lipton
Leon Lowenstein
Nathan Manilow
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Hank Meyer
Benjamin Meyers
Executive Vice President Samuel Certner

A. J. Molasky
Stanley Myers
Harry L. Nathenson
Max Orovitz
Clifford Perlman
Joseph Rose
Julius Rosenberg
Marshal E. Rosenbetg
Dan B. Ruskin
Robert Russell
Edward Shapiro
Jacob Sher
William D. Singer
Harry Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Carl Susskind
Abe W. Waxenberg
Carl Weinkle
Milton Weiss
Leonard A. Wien
Malcolm Woldenberg
Lous Wolf son II
Louis E. Wolfson
Mitchell Wolfson
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Friday. Sept 17, 1971
During 1971

Italian Jews Deepened Relations With Israel, World Jewry
By WIAO DRESSXER
For Italian Jews the year 5731
was marked by a deepening of
their relations with Israel and
world Jewry, but in particular
with other West European coun-
tries' Jewish communities. This
depended in part of a conscious
acceleration of a tendency which
has always existed, and in part
on objective circumstances and
developments.
It is presently the conviction
of the majority of Italian Jewish
leaders that more intensive links
with the Jewish world abroad
could help them in the fight for
the survival of the small Italian
community. The 40,000 Jews
spread in 22 communities, rang-
ing from a size of 20 families
to the "biggest" in Rome (near-
ly 15.000), lack the natural pos-
sibilities of cohesion and are, on
the other hand, exposed to a
plurality of assimilation appeals
from their surroundings.
What is more, the young leave
the small communities, which
are therefore doomed, but when
they immigrate into the bigger
towns they very often do not
even take up relations with their
new Jewish community.
The Jewish day schools are. of
course, a good weapon against
assimilation. They are attended
by about 70*^ of the Jewish
children and supplement the gov-
ernmental curriculum with Jew-
ish subjects and Hebrew lan-
guage. Without them the new
Jewish generations would not
even come to know each other.
However, this is not enough.
Youth and adults need a con-
stant appeal of Jewish interests,
of new aspects of Judaism, an
appeal stronger than the hum-
drum of their own communities'
small problems. Jewish life in
the nearby big French or British
communities for instance, can
supply that, and at the same
time, from there can come the
experience of organizing mod-
ern communitarian life. Italian
Jews had therefore adhered dur-
ing this last year to all Euro-
pean initiatives directed to pro-
mote such exchange. At the
same time, as a means of estab-
lishing these links, Jewish lead-
ers endeavored to have import-
ant international meetings con-
voked in Italy itself.
The year made a good start
with the convention of delegates
of the European B'nai B'rith
lodges in Florence in October
1970. About 250 delegates from
most countries of free Europe
and representatives of Israel at-
tended and discussed the three
burning questions of the mo-
ment: Jews in Soviet Russia, the
Mideast situation connected with
Arab propaganda in Europe, and
the rising anti-Semitism from the
"Left."
Shortly afterwards, in Decem-
ber, the Conference of European
Rabbis linked with a meeting
of the synagogue elders was
held in Ostia. a suburb of Rome
not far from where the remnants
of the first synagogue in Europe
had been discovered and exca-
vated a decade ago. So on Dec.
8, 1971. about 70 rabbis mostly
from Europe and the overseas
and Israeli "observers" prayed
Mincha amid the still beautiful
columns of that synagogue.
Rav Ovadya Yosei'. Chief
Rabbi of Tel Aviv, brilliantly dis-
cussed "Religious Factors in the
Relations Between Israel and the
Diaspora." Other subjects dis-
cussed at this remarkable con-
ference were "Anti-Zionism and
Anti-Semitism," University Stu-
dents and the Task of the
Rabbis."
That world Jewry and its prob-
lems are of great importance and
of utmost interest for Italian
Jews so much as to possibly
supply the magnetic core for
its cohesion was also seen by
the response Italian Jews gave
to the Leningrad trial. The d?s-
tiny of our brothers in Soviet
Russia has been for years in the
center of Italian Jews attention.
Manifestations and night wakes,
petitions and sit-ins were fre-
quent also before December.
1970, but after the cruel death
sentences, the protest gathered
unexpected strength, supported,
it is true, by a great part of the
Italian public opinion. Even the
Italian Communist Party had to
intervene in view of that reac-
tion. Many Jews came to the
Pope's Christmas sermon on St.
Peters Square with big posters
requesting "Freedom for Jews
in USSR." stirring some unrest
among the crowd. Weeks later,
the Pope himself referred to that
manifestation, lauding quite
unusually its dignity, compos-
ure and self-possession.
The Vatican on one side, and
the Italian Communist Party
(ICP>, the biggest in the free
world (with loyalty from 30%
of Italian voters) are two fac-
tors that caused diaspora and
Israeli political leaders to look
with increased interest towards
Italian Jewry and towards the
Italian scene, generally.
It is obvious that ICP's violent
attacks against Israel and ifcj
most vociteroua support of "ev-
ery Arab blunder and injustice-
must be compensated by possibly
equivalent counter-propaganda
and information, otherwise' it
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By Carl Alpert
Top Ten Names Of The Year
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HAIFA It is our annual
custom on the eve of I tosh Ha-
shanah, to list the ~tfcn "names
which made the top of the news
in Israel during the past year.
New names only are selected,
and once listed, no name may
reappear. Hence names like
Golda Meir and Abba Eban
found their places here years
ago.
I should like to add that not
all those listed are necessarily
"heroes." The fact that they
captured the headlines, for one
reason Qr another during the
year, wins them their place.
Last year'* list (how many do
you remember?) included Yitz-
hak Ben Aharon,-Yasha Kasakov,
William TTogers", TWIchael Denis
Rohan, Prof. Shlomo Samueloff,
Benny Shalit, Shmuel Shemtov,
Movdecai Spiegler, Ezer Weis-
man and Hannah Merron.
This year's top ten in alpha-
betical order are:
Eptiraim Elrom Israel Con-
sul-General in Istanbul, who was
kidnapped and ruthlessly killed
by a Turkish underground move-
ment.
Orisha Felgln Russian war
hero who renounced his Soviet
citizenship, returned his mili-
tary decorations and was sent
to a mental hospital when he
declared his desire to go to
Israel. Upon release he did emi-
grate to Israel and today sym-
bolizes the yearning of many
Russian Jews for Israel.
Alfred FrauonkiHvht Swiss
engineer, who was sentenced to
4% years in prison by a Swiss
court alter he confessed to sell-
ing secret plans of the Mirage
jet engine to Israel.
Miriam and Hamcfc Lu^r
Few cases in recent years have
so exercised public indignation
as that of the brother and sister
who were proclaimed 'mamzer-
im" and denied rabbinical permis-
sion to wed their respective
choices, on the basis of their
mother's alleged sin. There were
strong indications that powerful
religious forces would cooperate
in helping to legitimize their
status.
Meyer Lansky Reputed lead-
er of the American underworld
who came to Israel and declared
his desire to settle there per-
manently. He claimed that his
notoriety was due to journalistic
exaggerations. His case became
a test of Israel's "Law of Re-
turn."
Saadla Marciano Leader of
the Israeli Black Panthers. In
their desire to focus public at-
tention on the plight of the un-
derpriviliged segments of the
Israel population, the Panthers
assumed the ominous-sounding
name and adopted shock public
relations tactics.
Shmuel Rosenwasser Hum-
ble watchman from Metullah
who was finally released from
14-month Arab captivity after
being kidnapped by the Fatah.
He was exchanged tor the Fatah
terrorist, Mahmud Hejazi, whose
name appeared in this list in
1966 when his death sentence by
Continued On Page UK
THE BOARD of DIRECTORS,
OFFICERS and STAFF
JOIN with ME in WISHING
YOU and YOUR FAMILIES
A
MMAPPY
NEW
YEAR!
MIAMI
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ROY TALMO
President
LLOYD EDELSTEIN
Senior Vice President
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with Trust Department 290 Sunny islet
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Phone: 532-6451 Phone 949-2121
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Italian Jews Deepened Relation*
With Israel, World Jewry Duri
Continued From Pa*;* 8-E
will gradually poison that part of
public opinion which is still fav-
oiable towards Israel. The slo-
gans of the "coloniul&flc.'fciiperi-
alistic. capitalistic Israel'" and of
the fedayeen as "fightors for the
Social Pvovolution in the whole
Mediterranean" form a sterotype
which i untrue as it is still
grasps the imagination of many
Jewish youth and also of some
adults. It is on this part of the
"psychological warfare" front
that the propaganda battle
against the Jewish anti-Israeli
"new (and old I left" must pres-
ently be fought not only in Italy,
true, but mostly in Italy because
of the influence exercised by such
a strong Communist Party.
Fiom the Jewish point of view,
some of the "progressive" Jews
who feel attracted by the "hu-
manitarian" overtones of Com-
munist propaganda, might pos-
sibly be held back by adequate
information and those who had
already adhered in good faith
and were repelled when they dis-
covered in the Communist camp
the too obvious signs of bad
faith, of simple emotional anti-
Semitism liehind the most pa-
thetic stand in favor of the
"freedom fighters." should be
recouped for the Jewish cause.
Therefore a new organization.
'The Left for Israel" was found-
ed to present the true image ol
Israel. It stresses and this is
most important at this moment
that Israel, apart from its
pluralistic society based on true
democraay, oan also claim the
mo6t .progressive social achieve-
mefflsTven on an international
and not just Mideast level.
As to the Catholic Church, its
relations with Judaism are de-
veloping so to say on two
tracks which are not convergent,
perhaps not even punUak On the
one hand, a slow development of
Christian-Jewish relations which
culminated in the histoiical meet-
ing in December of the Jewish
Committee for Inter-Religious
Affairs with top personalities of
the Catholic hierarchy, on the
other hand, the embittering and
quite successful playing down of
this same event by the Vatic in
State Department. On the one
hand, the certainly sincere ef-
forts by the Pope towards the
research of peace possibilities in
the. Mideast, on the other, the
strange campaign that started
again in March, 1971 because of
the alleged judaization of
Jerusalem."
It was interesting to note that
already the first relative stories
in the "Osserv.itore Romano"
were promptly presented as a
"now position of the Vatican in
favor of an internationalization'
of Jerusalem." Though so far the
Pope has never spoken of an "in-
ternationalization" In the sense
of subtracting Jerusalem from
Israeli sovereignty, but consist-
ently of an "internationally
guaranteed statute of Hply
Places" an apt, anonymous word-
of-mouth information sendee af-
firmed exadfty tW- Mfifcer.' If
one analyzes the arguments of
the Vatican in this old-new Jeru-
salem dispute, one easily sees
that they are invalid and rather
obviously so. Thus, one must con-
clude that there is a good deal
of alibi-build-up in vi&(r of the
massive Arab pressupa/ on the
Catholic church 'to do some-
thing" for them for an Arab
Jerusalem!
As to the perspective for 5732
in general and with ail due re-
serve, it appears that closer re-
lations which were established
with European Jewry and with
Israel will gain in momentum.
Its effect on the Jewish commun-
ity will necessarily emerge, the
more so since Q-iese regions
have a certain; cpnsk4epcs$ and
are relatively we41-or$i4niead.
A strengthening of Jewish
ideology, by summer seminaries.
by discus.-ion meetings, by the
promotion of rabbinical studi i
for laymen, all this, in "the
mechanism of .the .spjrkj'i as
Waller Rathenau said, must
necessarily have its weight and
will form -ne aspects of the. fu-
ture which in general still re-
mains the great unknown.
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With die coming of another year,
we wish you and your loved ones
the greatest of man's blessings
a peaceful world in which to enjoy
health and happiness.
'May you be inscribed for a good year!"
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Happy New Year To All
Career Chaplain Richard E. Dryer, one of 23 such chaplains
currently in uniform, has conducted High Holy Day services
in Vietnam, Germany, Kentucky and New Jersey. This year
he will blow the shofar as he officiates at Rosh Hashanah
services conducted for the Jewish military men stationed at
Fort Belvoit, Va.
Top Ten Names Of The Year
Cootinued from Pa** 9-E
an Israpii court was commuted
10 life imprisonment.
K>ih*r Shahamurov 19-year-
old sportswoman and "Athlete
of the Year," who was an Is-
raeli 'heroine at the Asian frames
in Bangkok, where she won
three medals.
Stoctt U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State who spent
ten days in Israel, seeking (in
vain) to extract concessions
from Israel. His was a valiant
effort, hut Israel apparently re-
fused to rely on vague promises
of security.
Atodnl-Aziz Zuahi Mapam
Party member who was named
Deputy Minister of Health, be-
coming the first Arab in Israel
to reach Cabinet status.
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Local II(h!assah Leaders Visit Jerusalem Medical Center



Mrs. Zelda Thau, honorary past president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
watches some young artists at work in the
playroom of the Pediatrics Department of
the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical
Center, Jerusalem.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, a member of the exec-
utive advisory council of the Florida Region
of Hadassah, gets acquainted with a young
Israeli and his nurse during a visit to the
Medical Center.
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all have a happy,
healthy,
and prosperous
NEW
YEAR
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS
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JEWISH COMMUNITY...
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
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We wish our campers, their parents & our staff
the compliments of the season. May the
coming year bring you the success
for which you are striving,
the happiness you are
craving, the good
health to
enjoy them.
both.
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Karen & Herh Lotman
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Mil. and MRS. SAM SEITLEN
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and Wendie Michelle and Jeffrey Alan
MR. and MRS. HARVIN GILIMAN and Children,
Edward Warren, Henry Neal, Carolyn Sue
and Andy David
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Holiday Greetings To All
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reater Miami Bonds With Israel
Continued From Page 6-E
yean ago and each succeeding year has grown
in stature and in results for Israel. Honored
at this year's Cuban Community Dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Boruch Shame*, with, Solomon
Yukon, chairman.
A "first" in-community events this year
was the Labor Management Dinner, at which
affair Herbert "Pinky" Schifl'man, president of
the Hotel Employees Union, Local 255, was
honored. As a result of this event, broad new
avenues of support for Israel by labor unions
were opened up.
Each year the women of our community
take a leading role on behalf of Israel Bonds,
as demonstrated by the outstanding success
of the luncheons sponsored by Hadassah. At
the event sponsored by the Miami Beach Chap-
tor of Hadassah, which annually has become
the largest such event held anywhere in the
United States, Mrs. Debbie Wemick was hon-
ored. This event, under the leadership of Mrs.
Zelda Thau, chairman, and Mrs. Sherman Fast,
preside*}, was the most successful in Hadas-
sah's history- This year we were gratified that
the Miami Chapter of Hadassah sponsored its
irst Bond-wtth-Israel Luncheon, honoring
ong-time Hadassah leader. Mrs. Irwin M. Liss.
Cochairmen were Mrs. Milton Milton and Mrs.
A. Arthur Pekelner.
An event which has become a tradition in
the community and which has served as an in-
spiration for many similar functions Is tiife an-
nual dinner sponsored by residents of Mof ton
Towers. At this year's dinner, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Silver were honored, with Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz and Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Minov as chairmen. Among the important
new high-rise functions for Israel Bonds
was the Roney Plaza Dinner of State, which
took place shortly after the new Roney Plaza
opened as a high-rise apartment dwelling.
Veteran leaders for Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rudenberg, were selected as the first hon-
orees at this event which is expected to be-
come an annual tradition. The chairman was
William Feitelberg.
The area of high-rise support for Israel
Bonds has become one of the most significant
in our community's campaign. With the spec-
tacular growth of Greater Miami, it has been
possible to enable thousands of new residents
to express their support at a series of dinners
and "Nights in Israel" held on behalf of Israel
Bonds and sponsored by residents of many
high-rise apartment buildings. Notable among
Continued On rage 14-E
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IRVING FIRTEL, PRESIDENT
LEONARD ROSEN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS, PRINCIPAL
MRS. LEONARD ADLER
President,
Hebrew Academy Woman
LOUIS MERWITZER
Honorary Life President
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Phone 358-5511
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Phone 949-3524 Hours 8:30 to 5:30, Eves By Appointment
AL MORRISON MIKE SCHECHTER
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Greater Miami Bonds With
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these in the past were: Granada Dadeland
ApartmentsAlbeit Marsh, chairman; Apollo
CondominiumMr. and Mrs. Seymour Peyton,
chairmen; Mona LisaMichael Levine, hon-
oree. and Ted. Baker., chairman; Galahad
CourtJoseph Allentuck, honoree, and Martin
Mordkott'. honoree; Parker DoradaSamuel
3rey, honoree, and Isaac Nassau, chairman;
Hillcrest Country ClubSam S. Sherwood,
Henry August and David Rabins, cochairmen;
Byron Hall- Robert Witt, honoree, and Jack
W. Sloan, chairman; RoHing Green-Jack
Sead>r, chairman; ForumHerman "Chick"
Siegel, honoree, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Waldman, chairmen; Star LakesJulius Frei-
lich, honoree, and Rudolf M. Calisoff. chair-
man; Sky Lake Country ClubLouis Gure-
witz. Ben Lipson, Lawrence Hoffman and
Harry Sherman, cochairmen; Triton Towers
Martin Levinson, honoree; and Morris Put-
ter, Bernard Rodin and Benjamin Weiner co-
chairmen; Victorian Plaza (Point East)Wil-
liam Saiflel and Ernest Samuels, cochairmen;
Victorian Plaza- Mrs. Max Raskin, honoree,
and Mrs. Minnie Miller, chairman.
Also Presidential House-Saul Kling, hon-
oree, and Mrs. Etta Rotbenberg, chair-
man: Century Towers Louis Goldstein, hon-
oree. and Edward Felkoff and Mrs. Rose
Podden. cochairmen: Royal BahamianSam-
uel Roseman, honoree, and Irving Moss, chair-
man; Ocean PavillionMr. and Mrs. Albert
Gurland. honorees, and Maurice Adams, diair-
man; Eton HallEmanuel Tttletoaum, honmree;
and Benjamin E. Fields, chairman; Bay Ter-
raceBarnett Gutbartz, honoree, and Safcftuel
Solomon and Mrs. Claire Herzog, cochairmen;
Windsor TowersMichael J. Arkush, honoree,
and Herman Moskowitz, chairman: Plaza
TowersEdwin Sterling, honoree, and Albert
V. Lefton. chairman: Southgate Towere Rob-
ert L Ober, honoree, and JuHus A. Levine,
chairman; Buckley TowersIgnatz Spitz,
honoree, and Harry C. Caplan, chairman; Man-
hattan TowersGeorge Newman, honoree, and
Sidney Goldberger. Jacob Richman and. Sam-
uel Weiser, cochairman; Plaza 800-Herbert
Lowenstein, honoree, and Harry Greenwald,
Rose Kopel and Murray Tubelle, cochairmen;
MooringsIrving Levy, honoree, and Harold
Simons, Sidney Schwarzbach and Jack Ziegel-
heim. cochairmen; Coastal TowersMr. and
Mrs. Hiram Goldstein, honorees, and Bernard
Friedman, chairman; Ro-Mont GardensMax
Smith, honoree, and Nathan Goldschlager and
Max Weintraub, cochairmen; Arlen House-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berger, honorees, and
Irving Cypers, chairman; Fontainview -
Maxwell Skopit, honoree, and Michael Gewson,
chairman; B.'lle Plaza Mis. Elmn Kaufman,
honoree. and Matthew Hartston. chairman;
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LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1511
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. JACK GOLDSTEIN
Daughter Lois and Son
Mr. and Mrs. RonaUl Leventhtd
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Serving All of Greater Miami
Phone 661-5681-------Night 226-6406
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 Biscayne Blvd. North, Miami, Fla.
. Happy New Year To All
Albert and Faye Rosen of
Fleurette, Inc.
HANDBAGS
720 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 371-3021
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL
GEM DRUGS
The Only Deilgnated Store
for Senior Citixeni
Complete Cosmetic Line
Faberge. Dior. Worth
And All Others
295 MIRACLE MILE
Coral Gables
Phone: 446-6321
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HAIRITAGE FOR BEAUTY
(No Appointment Necessary)
1696-98 N.E. 164th Street, North Miami Beach
Telephone 945-6446____________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
CERTIFIED SUEDE and
LEATHER CLEANERS
734 S.W. 22nd AVENUE
DIAL 642-7920
GREETINGS
4.0I.III Altll A
A.ssociAirks
REALTORS
Saecia/iufff t*
COMMEKIAL m** IKAtfSTIMl
tUliifAtV
HAM3lc
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liKl^t Hall J. George Kofman, honoree,
Theodore Rothenberg and Aaron Koren-
k, ppchairmen; CorinthianCharles Links-
m, hoiwj^,.iip\J..jai .Gol&tmq Wk S
wy Baflol, coohairmen.
I A highlight of the year was the Israel In-
endence .Dinner in early spring which tra-
lioiially serves to launch the annual Israel
Lid etfort for Greater Miami. At this year's
JiT.i. it was most fitting that the honoree
La William L. P.illot, a veteran in service to
eonimuHLty and to the State of Israel,
he tlultofUili of this inspiring event was
lirlKird'Patlot.
As \w .su;nd on the threshold of the new
[ai. we are most mindful that Israel today
m. nearer real peace than it was a year ago
It the inginning of the cease-fire. In the lace
li thu continued build-up of military might
Is Ik r iiu'iuies and their unabated threats
Igainst lier life, Israel must continue to dp-
Lite much of her manpower and resources
II defense, depending uix>n us to supply the
luols for her economic strength. It is clear
thai as Americans and as Jews, committed to
klip survival of Israel, we dare not relax our
efforts to bolster the economy of Israel at
this critical turning point in her history. On
the threshold of Rosh Hashanah, peace is up-
Ipermost in the minds and hearts of the people
lol Israel-as it is in ours. In this spirit, we
join our hopes to theirs and extend our part-
nership through Israel Bonds WU&rtU the
achievement of the goals of peace and prog-
ress. Tris is our answer, to the challenge which
Prune Minister Golda Meir issued to us a year
ago. Wc have pledged ourselves to an extra-
ordinary goal. The times make it imperative
that this goal shall be reached in the months
to come..
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
MAY THIS BE A YEAR OF PEACE, PROSPERITY
m AND HAPPINESS
CLIFFORD O'KEY
and FAMILY *
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SKYLAKEtMALL
BARBER SHOP
Personalized Service Out Specially
MANICURING RAZOR CUTTING
1778 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
Telephone 945-9315
A
SIEGEL
OIL
7400 N. W. 30th Avenu*
Telephone:
OX 1-4411
Sinclair Products
Since 1934
Extends to all
A Very Happy
New Year
Happy New Year
Gfjetint^' to all
CONTINENTAL
FLORIST INC.
1901B.N.E. 167th St.

North'Miami Beach
Phone 945-9611
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FRANK FREEMAN. INC.
INDUSTRIAL REALTORS
Saul Schreiber, Vice President Frank Freeman, President
1385 E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 888-5208
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EUROPEAN CLOTHING
1850 N.E. 164th Street
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 949-7398
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MILTON E. THOMPSON & SONS
ROOFING CONTRACTORS
347 EAST 4th STREET, HIALEAH
PHONE 888-1549
oliday Greetings From
THE
CAGE
If 15 Harding Ave., Surf side
R Phone 8644397
' Wishes for the New Year
YH6dore
SIGMAN
iSULTANt ENGINEER
I950N.1.186 Drive
WOfrfl IVIIftfnJ B#JpCT%
TaUphone 944-8861
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MARCEL'S FLOWER SHOP
AT THE
FOUNTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2328 and 532-2329
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SUNI-DADE FLORIST
10537 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone 666-5160
"SERVING ALL OF MIAMI"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KAYE & YVETTE
GALLERY OF FASHION
"A New Horizon irv Women's Wear"
763 Arthur Godfrey Road (41st Street)
Telephone 534-2761
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
OSSIP INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
4800 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phono 757-5551
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ZENO MATTRESS
AND FURNITURE MFG. CO.
801-815 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
Telephone 764-1212
HENRY NIELSEN
FLOORS & INTERIORS. INC.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 758-4446
"FEATURING THE FINER FLOORS"
MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP
Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday
3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Usl
9713 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 757-7615
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BANNER DELTA TIRE INC.
DISTRIBUTOR OF UNIROYAL TIRES
STORES IN THE FOLLOWING CITIES TO SERVE YOU ..
Miami, North Miami Beach, Hialeah, Perrine, Hollywood
South Miami, Homestead and Merritt Island
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SAUL NEUFELD & ASSOCIATES, INC.
1686 N.E. 123rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI Phone 891 -3302
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIAMI SPRINGS COUNTRY CLUB
650 CURTISS PARKWAY
"See You At The Clubhouse"
Open To the Public______________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. HARRY J. FRIEDMAN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DOUG STEWART, REALTOR
8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
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I brings the nickel
y serving back
"How?"
99
Every serving
that you pour
costs a nickel
not a penny more.
Pepsi-Cola taste. Pepsi-Cola quality.
At a price you thought went out with the big-
band sound. The reason for the value is
simple. First, you're buying in quantity. Eight
16-ounce returnable bottlesan actual
gallon of Pepsi. Enough so that you don't
have to worry about running out when the
gang runs in. Second, you're not buying the
bottles. You merely leave a deposit. A
deposit that's refunded when you return the
bottles. And returning the bottles helps keep
our country clean. So get Pepsi-Cola in the
16-ounce Value-Pakand get a serving of
at least five ounces for only a nickel.
At participating stores.
Pepsi's got a lot to give.
.
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V
^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section F
A YEAR, OF PEACE ID 16WEL AND TH6 WORLD
lAnited By GEORGE FRIEDMAN
The U.N. General Assembly
will open its 26th regular ses-
sion Sept. 21. Almost as auto-
matic as its getting under way
the third Tuesday of the ninth
month is the introduction of anti-
Israeli draft resolutions, and this
year is not likely to be dif-
ferent from any other year. In
fact, reports are rife that Egypt
will attempt to isolate Israel and
the United States in the Assem-
bly, and toward that end has
been lining up international sup-
port for her position in prepara-
tion for the Great Debate.
Another significant Assembly
development will be the elec-
tion of a new Secretary General
if U Thant carries out his do-
termination to resign after 10
years in the post. The Arab bloc

wants him to stay, but if he
won't it will try to stifle the
chances of the leading candidate.
Ambassador Max Jakobson of
Finland. Dr. Jakobson had a
Jewish father and considers him-
self thoroughly Jewish. Since
announcing shortly after the be-
ginning of the year, he has
scrupulously avoided comment
on substantive issues, including
the Middle East, but he admitted
to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he considered the question
of the emigration of Soviet Jews
to be an internal Soviet matter.
Item 16 on the Provisional
Agenda concerns the election of
five non-permanent members of
the Council, to serve for two
years beginning Jan. 1, 1972.
Of the outgoing five, three main-
tain diplomatic relations with
Israel Burundi, Nicaragua and
Sierra Leone. The other two are
Poland and Syria. Whoever the
new members may be, none can
'be more hostile to Israel than
Syria, and diplomats sympathetic
to Israel and allergic to head-
aches will be relieved at the
departure from the Council
chamber of His Excellency Dr.
George J. Tomeh, Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotenti-
ary of the Syrian Arab Republic.
Item 22 is again "The Situa-
tion in the Middle East," about
which nothing can be predicted
with any certainty except that
the debase is likely to be stormy
and Israel is likely to be at the
short end of the mike.
Item 41 concerns the activRies
and finances of the U.N. Relief
and Works Agency for Palestine
Refugees in the Near East; Item
42 is a report by the Special
Committee on peace-keeping,
billed as a "comprehensive re-
view of the whole question of
peace-keeping operations in all
their aspects."
Israel will be bracing herself
for Item 43, the report of the
Special Committee to Investi-
gate Israeli Practices Affecting
the Human Rights of the Popu-
lation of the Occupied Territor-
ies. This committee asserted a
year ago that Israel was brutaliz-
ing the Palestinians. The Jewish
Telegraphic Agency subsequently
disclosed that phony "evidence"
had been accepted, that there
had been virtually no evidence
taken from persons refuting the
Arab charges, and that the com-
mittee had accepts evidence
known to be hostile to Israel.
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fJewlsti thrldHar
Friday, Sept 17. 1971
THE ORTHODOX YAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33141
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, Director
"At the Threshold of a New Year we are filled with
Sacred Memories'of the history'"of our Vaad Hakash-
ruth; with gratitude to G-d, that He shall crown us
with goodness and virtue to bring us and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision, Joy, in
our community, fulfill the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Trutrfulness in the ranks of Kashruth,
Health for Life, and for Lasting Peace in the World."
Our Film folk By HERBERT G. LUFT
Morris Feldman
PRESIOCNt
Philip Yasser
VICE PRESIDENT
Sam Brick
SECRETARY
William Cohen
TREASURER
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
990 N.E. 171st Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
"THE CtNTH FOR ORTHODOX JUDAISM IH NORTH MIAMI KACM"
WISHES A HAPPY AND MEANINGFUL
NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF GREATER MIAMI
NAFTALI PORUSH, RABBI
BARRY D. SCHREIBER, PRESIDENT
TEN^IE
OINAI
Best Wishes for a
Good New Year
Ralph P. Kingsley
Rabbi
Irving Shulkes
Cantor
Lawrence J. Zirn
President
North Dade's Only Reform Congregation
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
"The Friendliest Synagogue In Town"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
MR. LOUIS ALWEISS, President
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
cnrn ^v'f
L'Shonah Tikosavu
THE 33 MIAMI AREA
CHAPTERS OF THE
B'NAI BRITH
YOUTH ORGANIZATION
A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 North Miami Avenue
MAURICE KLEIN, RABBI
Irving Deutsch, President Allan Greenspan, Board Chairman
'
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
from the Members of
AHA VAT SHALOM
CONGREGATION
985 S.W. 67th Avenue
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter
lxHmdt ktwtitst fi-Mtiafs for m Happy W Healtky
"w yr f. Mtmhtrs mnd FrieWi
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
' 7'/ //'' /
v-/lo//yooi/ The accent today is on
arttt-WU themes. "Soldier Blue" shocked the
world and caused indignation here and abroad,
though the picture deals with events of 100
yean ago. A mirror of the Indochina war and
the My Lai massacre, the film relays the raw
brutality of American cavalry men in a ven-
detta against an Indian tribe duiing the after-
math of the Civil War. "Soldier Blue" proves
the complete freedom our screen still enjoys
and points up the courage of such filmmakers
as producer Joseph E. Levine and director
Ralph Nelson.
In the forthcoming Stanley Kramer film
"Bloss the Beasts and Children," highly
praised at both the Berlin and Moscow Film
Festivals, a vast herd of buffalos is gunnel
down and slaughtered by a contingent of
pleasure-seeking hunters. As the blood-soaked
animals drop doud into the pasture, we hear
olf-scene the chant of a Hebrew prayer. The
cantor's voice blends into the visual imagery
of a senseless slaughter as mute protest
against all violence by man. The scene dis-
solves to the pulpit of a synagogue; it hap-
l>cns to he Temple Israel of Hollywood, with
RaL'ji Max Nussbaum officiating.
At the moment of truth, a group of teen-
aged Iwys confront the horde of vicious hum-
ors. The killings now have spread to humans,
and the Ixxiy of a boy, perforated by bullet
holes, dangles lifelessly from the front seat
of a car. Children of today, the potential leaii-
ers of tomoiTow, stare accusingly at the
grown-ups, killers without a cause whose feel-
ings and motives they cannot comprehend
The young ones feel betrayed by the grown-up
world and by their elders who preach under-
standing and practice hate.
Stanley Kramer believes that "Bless the
Beasts and Children" is his most important
picture to date. He has always done the un-
expected; his forte still is the message pic-
ture, and has been so for a quarter of a
century. His new epic will be disliked by the
N-ational Rtl'le Association and by every "pa-
triotic" American who loves to parade his
fire-arms and medals, convinced that Law
and Order must be enforced by violence and
Continued On Page 13-F
1 971 -72 SHNAS SHOiOM HOT"n
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Extend a hearty "Birchas Shnas Chaim
VSholom, Osher, Vechol Toov" To All
Members, Worshippers, and Klal Yisrael,
Here and in Ererz Yisrael.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
REV. JOS. MtANTZ, President
REV. MAX WEISS, 1st Vice Prei. ISIDOR GREENES ERG, Treasurer
MAX TAUGER, 2nd Vice Pres. JOS. SPIEGEL, Rcc. & Fin. Secy.
10UIS MERWITZER, Hon. Treasurer
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
WOMEN'S DIVISION
of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
MRS. BURTON R. LEVY, PRESIDENT
"... Dedicated to the Service of Our Community. ."
"In every field of our existence the stamp of Technion"
Moshe Dayan
The Officers, Board and Staff
of the
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY
South Florida Chapter
Extend to all its Friends and Supporters a
Most Healthy and Happy L"shano Tovah
Jacob Rifkin, President
THE PARENTS & TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
OF THE HILLEL COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL
WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND ITS WISHES
TO ALL FOR A YEAR FILLED WITH
HEALTH, JOY & PEACE
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors,
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MIAMI, FLO* 10A
Extend Beet Wishes for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
1'St
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
EMANUEL KUSHELEWITZ, President
Cantor fait Pakewrtz ev. Hymon Israel
UUttl
(Lntm
(tikrsnuu
BETHEL
CONGREGATION
500 S.W. 17th Avenue
H. ROTHMAN, Rabbi
HYMAN CHABNER
President
TEMPLE
BETH TOY
(Conservative Synagogue)
6438 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
PHIUP PRISAND
President
CANTOR
SEYMOUR HINKES
AND ALL THE
MEMBERS
WISH THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L'Shona Tova
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
North Miami leach, HarM*


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V'Jewlsti fieri dietr
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Our
New Year
and
('lion En Lai's
B\ ROBKRT E. SEftAI.
\.\ Sewn Arts Feature
..
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Sky Lake
Synagogue
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
JONAH E. CAPLAN
18151 N.E. 19th Avenu.
Rabbi
HERMAN EHRLICH
President
Greetings to all
AMERICAN
JEWISH
COMMITTEE
DUPONT PLAZA CENTER
Miami, Florida 33131
Ma/ the New Year be a
bountiful one and bring a
full measure of happiness
to cur me.nbers and the
entire Jewish Community.
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MRS. CARLTON BLAKE, Pres.
Rosh Hashona Greetings From
THE NORMAN BRUCE
BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SISTERHOOD
C H E S E D
SHEL EMESS
President Isadora Schwartz
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
and friends
best wishes for a
Happy New Year
HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. JAY BERLINER
& ASSOCIATES
Public Relations
M. Jay Berliner
President
Phone 667-5950
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When the .Jews of the work!
prepare tor the New Year, with
Hi- tnKliUonal emphasis on pray-
<".-.< for peace, it might be help-
ful this time around to note that
the Chinese also celebrate the
New Year on a different day
from Jan. 1.
The Chinese are referred to
In iv for several reasons which,
after careful thought, may strike
some readers as worth consider-
ing.
First, the Chinese are much
in the news beciuse of President
Nixon's electrifying announce-
ment that he intends to go to
Peking. Again, with the world
Imputation at approximately 3%
billions and calculated to double
in a generation's time and with
China's population getting on
toward a billion, we should ac-
knowledge that China is certain
to play an increasingly import-
ant rale in determining the fate
of all of us in a nuclear age,
Finally, it is natural for one
people who have for thousands
Ol years celebated the New Year
on a day different and dear Cor
them to sense a kinship with
another people who venerate
their own first day of the year
and pray at that time for the
blessings of peace and prosperity.
Premier Chou En-lai and his
compatriots will be marking
their New Year sometime be-
tween Jan. 10 and Feb. 9. (The
Chinese have a Leap Year prob-
lem, precluding the establish-
ment of the same date each year
for their observance i. The Chi-
nese New Year is a very happy
day of parades and fireworks.
Relatives, distantly separated.
try their best to get back Into
a united family circle to enjoy
special New Year foods and the
luxury of new clothing. Thus it
was in the days of Confucius
and Lao-Tze: and thus it is in
the exciting era of Mao Tse-tung
and Chou En-'.ai.
By the time the Chinese New-
Year arrives. President Nixon
may have completed his visit
with the Chinese leaden. He will
have absorbed at first hand a
great deal alx>ut the new China
advances In agricultural pro-
gramming, industrial expansion,
achievements in art and litera-
ture. But most of all. the Presi-
dent will be listening to Chou
Kn-lai's viewpoint on China's re-
lations with Taiwan. Japan, and
the USSR.
Threading those discussions
Continued On Page 12-F
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
dedicated to the growth and development
of Israel's renowned institution of higher
learning and research, the training ground
of Israel's future leaders and world center
of Jewish culture.
We extend our bet wishes for the New Year For the future of
Israel, we remind you that a Bequest to the Hebrew University
can link your name to many generations.
JACK S POPICK HAP LEVY
Honorary President President of the Greater Miami AFHU
PRAESIDIUM PRESIDENTS. Greater Miami Women's Division
Mrs Jacob Katzman, Mrs. leon Kronish
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
L'Shana Tova Tikatevu
From OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND
MEMBERSHIP OF
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 NORTH MIAMI BEACH BLVD.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
Irving Newman, President
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All
tzMrtluir and Q-*fairc fKosichayi
,f/en and IJbicL rKomichan, &4**$ and J~Qi
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Members and Friends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSHAG, President
DR. and MRS. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS of
TEMPLE BETH EL of HOLLYWOOD
extend greetings for a Happy and Peaceful New Year
Sincere New Yeor Greetings to The Jewish F/oridian
and the intiro Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MRS. HAROLD DORFMAN, President
AGUDATH ISRAEL
INSTITUTE
7901 CARLYLE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
won nriB my?
We herewith extend our best wishes
to our beloved founder and Spiritual leader
RABBI DR. and MRS. ISAAC HIRSH EVER and FAMILY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organization, Men's Club
as well as t all our well-wishers in Greater Miami
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING THE REAI/ZA7I0N Of ALL OUR HOPES,
COMPUTE REDEMPTION TO OUR PEOPLE
and e
SOLUTION TO AfPtlCTED HUMANITY
L. MURRAY JAGER, President
HAROLD ROSENFELD, Vice President
MARTIN HOLLAND, Vice President
MRS. LILLIAN BLUMENFELD. President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMJ BEACH
311 Washington Avenue
Wishes To All Its Members, Worshippers
mill Friends A Very Happy Netc Year
RABE' S. T. SWtRSXY
WILLIAM G. MtCHJUftC
President
MIL ENGLANDER, ESQ.
BERNARD FRANK, ESQ.
'SAX GOTTLIEB
HARRY SCHACK
LEONARD ZILBERT
Vice-Presidents
DANIEL ROTH
Treasurer
HARRY SHOPIR0
HARVEY TENDLER
Secretaries
Come!
Worshio With Us.
A Happy New
Year To All
,".-:n r.ro
OHEV SHALOM CONGREGATION
7055 BONIIA DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH. FlORiDA33I4
ALFRED H. SPE.SER
r"H/V\AAN OF IriE BOA^D
iou:s TIRNMI
president
.'. A .-.! Bi P ; "BBI
MONE Xi 845 985i
DAtlY SE'viCJS 7 30 A M & SUN-
! .UDAY SERVK.ES 30 A v & SUNDOWN
.' s .'.
CHAIN WEIZMAN BRANCH
No. 343 FARBAND L10.
Chaim Weiiman Brnmh Fcrband No. 343 l.Z.O.
extends best wishes to its members, friends, the Greater Miami
Jewish Community end to The State of Israel and all Mankind for
a New Year full ol Good Health. >:*pn ness and Above All PEACE.
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
SANDRA and SOL CALLtR, Secretaries
A Very Happy New Year to All
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President, Emmanuel Rosenberg
Sistrhooa President, Mrs. Stuart Wagner
Th Religions Zionists of America
MIZRACHI HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI
Wishes to Members end their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
HYMAN KOLKO, President Miami Regiie
RABBI JONAH 1. CAPLAN, Executive Vice ."resident
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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fJewlsti Floradieu r
Friday. Sept. 17, 1971
Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida

and
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION, INC.
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
i*
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
L' SHANAH TOVAH
RABBI HERBERT M BAUMGARD, DHL.
Rabbi Arthur Z. Steinberg
Dr. Harold Lerner, Administrator
President Barton Udell
Executive Vice President, Dr. Maxwell Dauer
Vice-Presidents Irving Epstein, Bernard Goodman
and William Sanes
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 Jewish Federation of Greater Miami
and to the Entire Jewish Community for a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY, President
DAVID FRIEDMAN, Honorary President
MRS. J. DAJMONO, 1st Vice President
MR. S. APELBAUM, 2nd Vice President
..-.;- .i
Chaplain Seymour Moskowitz, a
carper chaplain served and sup-
plied by the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy, examines
the Hebrew letter "tef the
first letter in the word "t illit"
as the cabinet maker puts the
finishing tou-hes on this tallit
rack, which will be used for
trayer ahawia in the main chapel
of Fort Sam Houston. Tex., be-
ginning on Boah IIasha.nah.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
Extend fa the Jewish Fforidian ani its Hosts of raaitrs
A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
OFFERS A NEW YEAR PRAYER FOR PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
L'SHONA TOVA
MRS. LEONARD PECHENIK
MAX SHAPIRO, RABBI, BEN DICKSON, CANTOR
SAM SCHULWOLF, President
OFFICERS, and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of the
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
Extend to All Best Wishes for A Happy New Year
1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
MAY WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND
BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
Hie Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
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 LAUDERDALE CHAPTER
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER LORBER CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
NORTH DADE CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL Of PRESIDENTS
GIFT OF LIFE CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM
1544 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLOMDA
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
AVROHOM CRONCR, Rabbi
ALEX KLEJMAN, President HVMAN HERSTEIN, Vic* President
MORRIS BRAFMAN, Financial Secretary
RABBI MILTON SIMON, Corresponding Secretory
DONALD BECK, Recording Secretory
DAVW PLOTNER, Treasorer
SAMUEL WBZS, First Oeaei DAVID GREENBERG, Second Goboi
May the travails at last year nourish wisdom far
this year's dreams and aspirations.
mOMIS A. KIPPER, Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
4 REFORM CONGKtGATION
5500 GRANADA BLVD.
Phone 667-5657
Dr. and Mrs.
MARSHALL A.
PEPPER
AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES
tor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friend*
and Relative*
GREETINGS to the
RABBIS and MEMBERS
OF
CONGREGATION
BETHTORAH
from
JUDD MERL
Reverend
Pat Alterio
Extends best wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to his many friends
Mr. I Mrs. David Kaplan
and Children Monroe,
Olivie and Marshall
Extend to All Then-
Relative's and Friends
A Happy New Year To All
Holiday Greetings
From
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
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Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
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Anti-Zionism
iwr*'-- -
Is Th
Socialism
Of Knaves
By MURRAY ZITKOFF
JTA News Editor
GREETINGS
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
FROM
ZUCKERMAN-
YERNON
1551 N.E. 167th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4511
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
DANNY
DAVID
COHEN
REG. REAL ESTATE and
MORTGAGE BROKER
407 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach
REV. & MRS.
JACOB D. KATZ
AND FAMILY
4141 Nautilus Drive,
Miami Beach
wish their relatives and
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
New Year Greetings To All
JENKS METALS
6501 N.W. 77 Avenue
Miami-885-2771
A Subsidiary of
Whittaker Corp.
Happy New Year
To All .. .
ACE
EMBROIDERY
3664 N.W. 48th Terrace
Miami 634-0228
A specter is haunting the Left. The specter
is Zionism. From the strident anti-Israeli Matz-
ix>n in Israel to the obstreperous Socialist
Workers Party (Trotekyisti in the United
States, from the French-Jewish pro-Arab Pro-
fessor Maxime Rodinson in Paris to the mis-
guided Black Panthers in America, a holy
alliance has been formed which seeks to ex-
punge Zionism and, along with it, Israel from
the face of the earth.
The theme common to all these groups and
their friends and allies within the Soviet, Arab
and Third World movements is that Zionism
is the ideology of imperialism and that Israel,
as the material embodiment of Zionism, is an
"imperialist-oppre'sor-colonialist" power. The
fulminations of these profligates and their ear
splitting invectives and diatribes increase in
projxjrtion as more and more Jewish youths
become aware of Zionism as a liberating force
and Israel as its existential end result.
The baseness of the Left old and new
and their allies is boundless and their per-
version of Zionism as indeed their perver-
sion of what they term Marxism-Leninism
is as crass as it it gross. There is nothing in
Continued On Pane 8-F
THE MEN'S CLUB
of the
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
of Greater Miami
(DOUGLAS GARDENS)
151 N.E. 52nd Street, Miami
Arthur Ka.'ish, Administrator
Wishes to extend best wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
to the entire Community
in South Florida
LAWRENCE SILVERMAN, PRESIDENT
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
THE
Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association
its
President and all the Officers
and Board of Directors
wish all their members and friends a most
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synaqoque 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 W01FS0N, Chairman
ex tenets wishes for
a most Jfoyons _/Vew Ijcar to all
The Sisterhood The Group
The Men's Club The Temple Players
The P.T.A. The Forty-Niners
and all affiliated Youth Groups
PIONEER WOMEN
COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
AND ITS
14 CHAPTERS
CLUB 1 BEBA IDELSON
CLUB 2 CORAL ABLES
G01DA MEW AVIVA
KADIMAH aiAT
SHARON MIRAMAR
KINNERET SHALOM
CHAI
Extend Heartiest New Year Greetings
To The South Florida Jewish Commur,:;/
V
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For A Very Happy New Year
CHESTER LEITER ALBERT ZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
1500 MEN'S CLUB
OF
MORTON TOWERS
EMANUEL MENTZ, President
III
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
DR. LEON KR0NISH, Rabbi HI KATZEN, President!
CHASE AVENUE AT 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations
"We Pray thai Our House of Peace will Herald A New Era
of Peace For Humanity."
Telephone: 538-7231
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR


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A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Sisterhood Young Marrieds
Men's Club P.T.A. U.S.Y
HADASSAH
Intends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
But Wishes for a Happy, Healthy ana" Prosperous New Year
THE MIAMI CHAPTER THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, President Mrs. 11 Fast, President
Jllfltil Jjerh
tew
SALES MANAGER OF
SHEEHAN BUICK
extends best wishes to all for a
Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
*s time
Tel: 686-6521
JULIAN A. S'CCEL
3401 N.W. flat $Ttltt MIAMI, FIOMM 32147

Best Wishes For A Prosperous and Happy New Year
THE JACK HARRIS FAMILY
FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL
1055 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
NERON HOTEL
1110 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FORD SHADES and DRAPERIES
Since 1949
South Miami N. Miami Beach Ft. Louderdale
Freeport, Bahamas
WILLIAM STURMAN, President
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Returns
NOTARY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
4230 E. 4th AVE., HIALEAH 822-4231
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
lOLD SEAL BAKERY
2239 CORAL WAY, MIAMI 33146
Phone:944-1021
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JENSEN-HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way. Coral Gables
Phone 444-7469
Australia's Jewish Community
By J. I. FISIIBK.IN
Kditoi and PubllHher.
(Im.itio Jewish Sentinel
MELBOURNE Australian
Jewry is one of the most secure
and comfortable as well as tight-
ly organized Jewish communi-
ties we have seen during our
many travels throughout ST
countries. Seventy thousand in
number, they are divided almost
equally between Sydney and
Melbourne although small group-
ings can be found scattered
across the continent.
The two cities are ;ls differ-
ent culturally as they are in
climate, in Australia they have
a saying that "Sydney is a warm
city with cold Jews and Mel-
bourne is a cold city with warm
.lews." Harry S. Goldstein, presi-
dent of the New South Wales
Jewish Board of Deputies with
headquarters In Sydney, while
admitting there was a friendly
rivalry between the two main
centers, explained that most of
his Jews were of Germanic or
Hungarian origin whereas Mel-
bourne's came primarily from
East Europe, and were more
immersed in Ylddashtceit.
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 9-5845
BEST WISHES AND
A Happy New Year To All
A Happy New Year To All
LEE'S Tackle,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th St. -371-7804
Manufacturers Retail
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
Greetings To All Aaron Kapit
A Happy New Year To All
J and W
PLUMBING, INC
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
L. CASEY
Air Conditioning Installing
5949 S.W. 68th STREET
Phone 667-5194
Happy Holiday Greetinqs
SAC CONSTRUCTION
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
Stanley Cohen
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
Happy New Year
Licensed Insured
HERBERT
SIEGEL
Painting Decorating
FREE ESTIMATES
N. Miami Beach, Ma. 33160
17018 W.Dixie Highway
.
Phone 947-6894
The majority of the Jewish
children in Mcllwurnc receive
their education in Yiddish day
schools. The largest of these, '
Mt. Scopus College, has an en-
rollment of 2,250. Children 1k--
gin with kindergarten and are
ready to enter university when
they finish the Jewish high
school. Seven hundred attend
the Lubavltcher Yeshiva and,
because all their subjects are
taught in Yiddish, by the time
they graduate they are well
versed in that language. Other
day schools In Melbourne have
smaller enrollments.
Sydney now has a vibrant
Sephardic group consisting of
refugees from Iraq and Egypt
and other Moslem countries.
They have helped to form an
Association for Ear Eastern
Jews.
There are some 19 synagogues
in Melbourne, with an equal
number in Sydney. As in Amer-
ica, attendance is sparse ex-
O ;>i for the holidays.
Most communal activity cen-
ters about Ihe Jewish Board of
Deputies in each of the five
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With Integrity
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
Phone 661-1900
A Happy New Year To All
ALFRED
BLEEMER
OF FEINER ORGANIZATION
350 Lincoln Road
Phone 531-1211
Holiday Greetings
Go Professional With
MALCOLM E.
ELLIS
Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
RETINT YOUR CARPET
IN YOUR HOME
445-8838 665-5609
Wall to Wall Cleaning
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
Mower Shop
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
C. I. KISTLER
COMPANY
4451441
1414 CORAL WAY
Lowest Monthly Parmaal In
This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
A Happy New Year To All
CARPET MART
980 S.W. 8th Street
LOUISA MARY PLOTKIN
Phone 379-4442 688-4310
LO 6-1234
states. In New South Wales,
lor example, the board consists
of 118 deputies; 59 are elected
by 'general franchise ar.d the
other 59 represent constituent
bodies. They, in turn, are divided
into eight committees, with i
chairman responsible to the
executive.
The Individual state boards
have formed an Executive Ooun
oil of Australian Jewry which
speaks with one united voice
for all Australian Jews, n op.
crates at a Commonwealth level
and works in liaison with the
World Jewish Congress. COJO
and overseas Jewry, and makes
representations to the n itional
governmental and general com-
munity organizations i all
problems affecting Australian
Jewry. Its headquarters dter-
nates every two years b 'tween
the two major cities.
One of it* outstanding lohieve-
ments recently was the stab-
lishment of the Federation of
Jewish Communities of South-
east Asia and the Far 1 '. -'.
We were told that the United
Israel Appeal Just conclude! had
Best Wishes For T.-.e
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BARBARA and
NEVILLE GREEN
LAMP AND
SHADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida
HOME LIGHTING
2039 N.E. 163 Street
North Miami Beach
COMPLIMENTS Or
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
659 N.W. 115th STREET
688-9692
GREETINGS TO AIL
SIMS DRUGS
Cmplrt Fountain Stv:
Sub Poit Office Telephone S.lti
FR PRESCRIPTION DfllVERT
4090 E. 8th AVE., HIALEAH
- 696-4711 -
A Happy New Year To All
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
Fine Art at
Moderate Prices
6992 Indian Creek Drive
Miami leach, Cor 71st Street
Union 5-3181


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Friday. Sept 17, 1971
p,
*Je*istifh-iridUci)
raised about a million dollars in
Sydney and twice that amount
in Melbourne. Part of the dif-
ference as compared with us is
that UIA contributions are not
tax deductible, Local tnstitu-
tions may be tax free if my
declare themselves as war me-
morials, the only recognized tax
deduction permitted in Australia.
The campaign for local needs
was just getting underway as
we ;irr.vcd, hoping to raise $250,-
OCO in Sydney alone. Here there
are 13 beneficiaries, with Jewish
education getting an increasing
share of the allocation. There is
a reawakening of the need to
reach the youth and a young
rabbi is now working full time
in the HSllel Foundation at the
two universities in Sydney.
Despite the tightly knit com-
munity organization. Mr. Gold-
stein found it necessary to criti-
cize two organizations the
JNF and the Friends of the He-
brew University for launch-
ing fund-raising projects on the
eve of the opening of the Jewish
Communal Appeal (JCA>. The
JNF is very active here and the
traditional little blue boxes are
to be found everywhere.
Intermarriage, fast becoming
a major problem as it is in
America, is estimated to be as
high as 25*,f. since 80'r of all
young Jews now attend colleges
where they meet other young
People,and intermarriage often
results. We were told, however,
that two events the Six-Day
War and the protests on betaU
of Soviet Jewry have helped
in bringing many of the youth
back to the fold.
Relations with Israel are very
good, although Arab propagand-
ists are hard at work. Mr. Gold-
stein explained. An average of
five people a week leave for Is-
rael a total of about 2.000
within the post four yean.
As to anti-Semitism, it is prac-
tically non-existent. Situations
are handled by the Board of
Jewish Deputies when necessary.
We were fortunate enough to
spend some time with Sir Asher
Joel, a legendary figure in Aus-
tralian politics, who is a mem-
ber of the upper chamber of the
New South Wales parliament.
Highly respected because of his
many services to the Common-
wealth, he is also very active in
Jewish communal affairs and is
known to almost every man in
the street.
Sir Asher told us that Aus-
tralia is almost entirely free of
any re'.igious friction. Jews have
occupied prominent |>ositions in
the political and judicial life of
the country for many years.
There are four Jews in the fed-
eral parliament and many more
serve in numerous state bodies.
Friendship with Israel stems
from two factors; one, the Aus-
tralian soldiers' dislike of the
Aral*; during the war and the
fact that 200.000 native troops
were stationed i.n Palestine dur-
ing the fighting. Secondly, the
two important figures in Aus-
tralian history wen both Jews;
Sir Isaac Isaacs was the first
Australian-born Governor Gen-
eral, and Sir John Monish be-
came head of the Australian
army during World War II.
There are numerous Jews in
the state parliaments including
the deputy leader of the opposi-
tion party in New South Wales,
Sidney F.infeld. In addition to
leadership in the Labor Party,
he is active in Jewish affairs
and is widely respected. This
holds true for many other Jews
throughout the Commonwealth.
There are three Jewish papers
here, and we were able to meet
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Greetings From
j-noriea, 1825 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
2135 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Mend, Fla.
Phone 864-3611
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Dial Miami Beach Dial Coral Gables
J6 2-2474 HI 3-7416
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
REX THREE ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC.
2391 N.W. 20th STREET
PHONE 635-5308
A time for thanks.
A time for prayers.
A time for peace.
THE UNITED BANKING GROUP
Member F.DJ.C.
THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK
lUtJUacala Road Mall, Miami Beach, Florida 1531-0711)
UNITED NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI
631Brickel! Avenue, Miami, Florida 1377-87J1)
CORAL GABLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK
100 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida (416-1961)
UNITED NATIONAL BANK OF DADEL AND
7545 N. Kendall Dr. (Dadeland Shopping Center), Miami, Fla. (060-1 oil)
SECURITY EXCHANGE BANK
South Dixie near Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, Florida (832-8141)
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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
with the blessings of jr
C47CC,
mess
PP
ARLENE and LARRIE BLASBERG
MICHAEL CARY, IRA MARTIN, ROBYN JOY
MRS. LILLIAN BLASBERG
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO Alx .
NEW! NEW!
FLOOD INSURANCE
New Available For Yowr Home and Business
CAU 379-4711
6URRITT, SOBERS & WORLEY. INC.
6T6S.W. 12th Avenue, Miami
MR, JOSEPHS FUSE DRY CLEANING
6460 BIRD ROAD
PHONE 666-5003
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
SP0LTER, FRECHTEL ASSOCIATES, INC.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
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
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MAGRUDER REALTY
Realtor
3437 MAIN HIGHWAY
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA 444-8321
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FRANK KALTEUX ROOFING
Telephone 235-8648
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77fh Ave.
Phone 888-4661
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy Now Year
WALTER RUCM
GENERAL CONTRACTOR PUBLIC ADJUSTER
1650 S. Bayshore Drive
Phone 448-5537


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^
State Representative
CAREY MATTHEWS
Extends \Jo Jhe Entire
yew is It \mm*omtnunit%j
a 4^J\ew Ijt
icar
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BERNARD LITMANI BIB
ONE HUNDRED BISCAYNE BLVD NORTH
MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 7-2761
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL A
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People to help you...part-time or all the time
Housekeepers
Visiting home managers
Maids and cooks
Registered nurses, health car..
Live-in companions
Home maintenance
BEST WISHES FOR A
PROSPEROUS & HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Phone (905) 379-4531
tost Wishes for the Holiday Season
KNICKERBOCKER MEATS, INC.
in INTERNATIONAL FOOD SERVICE SYSTEMS Co
MIAMI, FLA.
ARTHUR MARK
BARRY PRUSIN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
635-7507
Mr. turn Uvmsm
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phono 377-0529
ADVERTISING MATS
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Electrotypes Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
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Anti-Socialism Is The
Continued From Page 5-F
Marxism-Leninism, understood correctly,
which supports any move to disperse a people
and dismantle a nation. On the contrary, this
was tho hallmark of Stalinism.
Leon Trotsky, in his monumental work,
"The History of the Russian Revolution," de-
fined revolution as the direct intervention of
the masses into historic events. This also de-
fines Zionism. For Zionism has been a pro-
foundly revolutionary and liberating move-
ment of the Jewish people against oppression,
exploitation and pogroms.
Zionism, in theory and practice, removed
the destiny of the Jewish people from the
realm of blind economic forces, from apathy
and hopelessness, from the reliance upon the
good will of enlightened and so-called pro-
gressive politicians and placed the Jewish peo-
ple in the center of the historic process where
they could determine their own destiny.
Throughout the writings of Zionists from
Moses Hess to Martin Buber the same revolu-
tionary outlook prevailed: Zionism is the na-
tional liberation movement of the Jewish peo-
ple. In fact, Zionism is unique in its nature of
liberation. It is the only international libera-
tion movement extant today. This is so be-
cause the Jews, unlike the French in Quebec,
or the Blacks in America, or the Catholics in
northern Ireland, or the Basques in Spain are
not merely an oppressed national minority but
an internationally oppressed people. The Jew-
ish people throughout the world (with the
exception of Israel) are oppressed either eco-
nomically, politically, culturally or psychologi-
cally or on several of these levels.
Those who contend that they are Marxists-
Leninists and assert that they are "interna-
tionalists," betray this principle of interna-
tionalism when they fulminate against Zion-
ism. The Left champions the rights of national
minorities and nationalist revolutions when
and if it suits their needs according to their
party line. But they are consistent opponents
when it comes to the liberation movement of
the Jewish people. It seems that all peoples
have a historic right to liberation except the
Jews, according to the view of the Left.
Yet Zionism is a movement of national
liberation far more profound than the Left's
phrasemongering internationalism. From the
very inception of Zionism it was an ideology
of the youth: the Jewish intellectual youth
alienated from their status-quo-oriented par-
ents, hostile to reliance on abstract social jus-
tice and in conflict with oppressive and po-
gromist governments. Everywhere. Zionists
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* Jewish ftorkfian
Socialism Of Knaves
stood in the forefront of the struggle of all
peoples against oppression. Zionism was, and
continues to be, a movement of national self-
help.
The Left asserts that Zionism is an ideol-
ogy of imperialism and that the Jews who
went to Palestine to settle there did so as
agents of imperialism. But, according to
Lenin in his study, "Imperialism The High-
est Stage of Capitalism," imperialism is char-
acterized by, among other features, the ex-
port of capital (machinery, finance and tech-
nology) and the super-exploitation of the
indigenous population in the colonized coun-
tries for the sake of the capitalists in the
"mother country'"
In the quest for super-profits, the imperi-
alists or colonizers left intact the basic social
conditions and developed just enough roads,
industry, social services and education to
establish a pliant local ruling class and a weak
and controllable working class. To maintain
its foreign domination and oppression of the
colonized people, the imperialist nations in-
troduced armies consisting of imported per-
sonnel and local mercenaries.
The Zionists acted in a diametrically oppo-
site fashion. They did not export capital and
had no "mother country for who to super-ex-
ploit. Zionists, instead were students and intel-
lectuals who became workers in the process of
draining swamps, cultivating the land and
setting up agricultural developments (kib-
butzim). They had no standing army but de-
veloped a people's militia (shomrim) where
conditions required this for self-defense. They
revolutionized prevailing economic and social
conditions by breaking up the then existing
feudal land relations, undermined the power
and rule of the Arab sheiks and potentates,
provided work for the fellahin who flocked
from neighboring countries to the areas where
Jews settled, mechanized agriculture and so-
cialized the land through such efforts as the
Jewish National Fund which acted to pre-
vent the use of land for private profit.
If the view that Zionism aided imperialism
is even hypothctically admissable, it fails to
explain why other Arab countries under the
rule of imperialism and in partnership with
foreign capital did not advance socially, tech-
nologically or scientifically at the same time
and to the same extent as did Palestine-Israel
in the past 89 years since the Jewish youths in
the BILU movement first went to Palestine
as settlers in 1882.
Even more intriguing and something the
Left singularly fails to answer is just when
did Zionism become an ideology of imperial-
Continued On Page 10-F
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of the
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Miami Beach 947-3417
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HOTEL
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Phone 531-7661
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Miami Beach-JE 8-7629
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Friday. Sept 17. 19', Q7,
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GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.

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North Campus Location Phone 681-0148
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
South Campus Location Phone 665-6161
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TOALL...
MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER
Special Attention To Our Senior Citizens
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-4122
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
CARNEGIE SHOE SALON
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Anti-Zionism Is The Socialisn Of Knaves
Continued From Page 9-F
lam? Was it when the Arab Higher Commis-
sion wrote in 1923: "It was thus bewn that
the prevalent conditions o^ JhfeJe*jsh jimnw
grants are being a very fertile medium (sic)
for the propagation of communistic principles
not only among the Jews, but also amongst
the Arabs Our personal experiences as-
sure us that the majority of these colonies
(kibbutzim) are typical examples of commun-
istic villages in Rod Russia ... We find that
the infectious bolshevik disease is penetrating
day by day into the Arab peasantry ."
Was Zionism an ideology of imperialism
when Matiel Mogannan. secretary of the Arab
Executive and of the National Defense Party,
writing about the Zionists in the 1920s, do-
clared that tlie Arab poor were influenced
"by the social and bolshevik principles" wluch
the Jews brought with them. "A strong bol-
shevist element," Mogannan wrote, "has al-
ready established itself in the country and
has produced an effect on the population."
Was Zionism an ideology of imperialism
when Jamal Hussaini, secretary of the Arab
Higher Committee, in testimony before the
Royal Commission iu 1937, stated "As to the
communistic principles and ideas of the Jew-
ish immigrants ... I need not dwell Upon
them as these ideas are well known to have
been imported by the Jewish community."
Those Arabs were as wrong then about the
nature of Zionism as the Left is today.
/" The attacks by the Left on Israel as an
outixxit of imperialism is as inane, if not mote.
than their previous diatribe. What makes Is-
rael an imperialist outpost, according to the
Left, is that it depends on military hardware
from the United States and on financial sup-
port from world Jewry. So? Do American
trade agreements with the United States make
the USSR an imperialist nation? Would Cuba
become an agent of imperialism if the United
States reestablished economic and diplomatic
relations? What was Israel when it was sup-
ported by the Soviet Union in the early days
and when Czechoslovakia supplied Israel with
arms?
Similarly, Libya's current regime is pas-
sionately anti-Israel and buys planes from
France, trains her pilots to France and Greece
Sudan destroys its black population, Egypt
helps France crush the revolution in Chad.
What makes Libya a "Third World nation?"
persecutes its Copt citizens aixl Iraq suppresses
the Kurds. What makes them "Third World
nations" in the eyes and propaganda of the
Left?
The Left uses neither logic nor Marxism-

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Leninism to explain its hoary position regard-
I big tte national liberation movement of the
Jewish propl^.LL^Hft.notjjscUio concept ol..
imperialism scientifically even according to
I the way Lenin before whom they prostrate
[themselves in Byzantine fashion used the
(term. Instead, the Loft uses the term as an
epithet in the same way Stalin characterized
I Trotsky and all opponents of his regime as
Ifascists and used that as an excuse to send
Ithousands to concentration camps and to
[ill. ir deaths.
August Bebel (1840-1913), a founder and
[leader of German Social-Democracy and ol
]ii; Second International, characterized anti-
iSeinitism as the socialism of fools. One can
jay today that anti-Zionism is the socialism of
maves.
to
Ijean
yneetinqs
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AND FAMILY
wish their relatives and
Friends A
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New Year
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Phone HI 4-6161
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Best Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
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(A Division of
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New Year Greetings
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Phone 643-3151
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Tele: 944-0932
GREETINGS
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Friday. Sept. 17. 13
Speaker of The House of
Representatives
RICHARD A. PETTIGREW
(Extends Jo Jhe ^nti
Jewish v*o vnvnun itu
&Q \Jer\t ye
ear
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MOTORS INC.
297 ALMERIA, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 445-8593
Csxtends Jo Jhe Cisntire
jewish KmmrOMwiHnibj
ear
3&
S0N0T0NE of MIAMI
m
"The House of Hearing
1308 CONGRESS BUILDING
111 N. E. 2 AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-6634
MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH 373-4631
Americana Doral Beach Diplomat
THE FLORIST m
Your 'Phone Is Your Charge Account"
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Australia's Jewish Community
Continued From Page 7-F
the editors. They agreed that
the major problem was that of
holding the youth. A new youth
movement has recently arisen
called the Jew Identification
Movement (JIM). These are
young Jews who want the com-
munity to be more identified
with social issues such as Viet-
nam and drug control. Mr. Gold-
stein referred to them as "angry
young men" and seemed to indi-
cate that the Jewish Establish-
ment was rather impatient with
them.
Sir Asher told as that since
the Holocaust many Jews have
struck it rich, with the more
affluent community in Mel-
bourne. He recognizes that this
in itself creates problems of
alienation; young people ask why
they should remain Jews in a
country whore freedom is easily
available. Yet he has a very
optimistic feeling attOOt the fu-
ture of Jewry, which we share.
Life is good and the opportunities
great. Jewish life is attempting
to meet all the challenges con-
fronting it. We kft the country
with a feeling we have seldom
known on our trips abroad. Aus-
tralian Jewry is here to stay.
(C), 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Our New Year And Chou En Lai's
Continued From Page S-F
will be expressions of hostility
and fear. The world has good
reason to hope that out of the
conversations will come new ef-
forts to secure peace for all man-
kind.
The longing for peace runs
deep in our hearts this year as
we approach Rosh Hashanah.
We who have more than our
Bhare of pogroms and depriva-
tion and the acrid smell of war
shall be praying more fervently
than ever during our most holi-
days for the coming of a new
era of peace. Militarism and
Judaism are not compatible. The
absence of war. the sure oopor-
tunity to pursue the joys and
blessings of peace, are clearly
our desiderata.
We want peace not for our-
selves alone but for the people
of all the world. We appeal for
an end of threats to peace in the
Middle East, for a swift conclu-
sion of the bloody struggle in
Vietnam, for swift action to halt
suffering in Pakistan, for the
termination of religious hostili-
ties in Ireland.
Rosh Hashanah should this
year more thin over before
prove a rallying time for a de-
termined effort for universal
peace. The idealists among us
join forces with pragmatists in
such endeavor.
This is our central prayer for
the New Year. We share it with
all peoples wherever and when-
ever they turn the corner of a
New Year.
IRVIN GORDON and HAROLD PONT
Extend to All 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 2655
11
Ferre Florida Corporation wishes
you a Happy New Year" ...
Maurice A. Ferre
President
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Page 13-F
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
CiHitiiiuiMl From Page 2-F
thr indiscriminate killing of the obstinate. The
hunters of "Bless the Beasts" set out after the
boys who have deprived them of their dubious
pleasure. To Kramer, the shooting of the
yoiin;;st<-r .reflects .the killings B.t,Kfirit. ,$,tate
last year; the chemistry is the same.
When Kramer planned "Bless the Beasts."
he was warned the theme was "too arrogant"
and not workable on the screen. He discarded
all objections to the filmization of the best-
selling Glendon Swarthout yarn "because we
live in perilous times and it is the filmmaker's
duty to arouse audiences, even if it means tak-
ing chances.
Labeling himself a "discarded liberal from
the revolution," Kramer shows a social drive
in all of his films, which are "too exact for
many who lean towards iistraction." He has
covered almost every aspect of the contempor-
ary scene in Ms memorable films, dealing with
the essence of life.
Starting modestly in the motion picture
industry as a back-lot worker, after serving
in The Signal Corps during World War II,
Kramer burst upon the screen as a producer
with "The Champion" in 1949. To overcome
racial hatred and implant a need for under-
standing, he made "Home of the Brave" and
"The Defiant Ones."
"The Men" (Marlon Brando"s very first)
dealt with the waste of human lives in time
of war. With "High Noon" he characterized
civic responsibility of today in terms of an
ordinary western. "Judgment at Nurem-
berg", pointed at the. crimes against humanity
committed by the Nazis and sanctioned by
those who stood by in callous indifference.
"On the Beach" forewarned us about "The
Bomb." "Inherit the Wind" debated freedom
of thought. "The Cainc- Mutiny" probed the
responsibility of command.
"Ship of Fools" dealt with the rise of
Kitlerism, but not very effectively. (Although
well meant, th story mistook hindsight tor
wisdomi. Youthful reb IUon, in a good and
ect Of "The Wild Ones."
which start< d the m to ing cycle,
"R.P.M.*" (thi asterisk is part of the
title) concerned itself with the seething c
us s ene and the neverending turm 11. 'The
Secret of Sanl i V ttoria" showed the horrors
of war In the disguise <>f satirical wit, We
w re wrong, not seeing the validity in "Guess
Who's Coming to Dinner," lx>eause to us the
-lory dealt with exceptional people in ex-
ceptional surroundings. The film became a
milestone in the breakthrough of social taboos.
The late Spencer Tracy described Kramer
Continued On Pajre 15-F
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FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY
^A-F.-ll.
i/vr
MUSICo
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MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
Resident, Frank I. Caaciola
LOCAL 655, A. F. oi M.
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Holiday Greetings From .
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Devlin
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7801 S.W. 48th PI. 667-9836
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In Miami Since 1940
BELLE MEADE
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Phone 681-1092
State Representative
WALTER W. SACKETT Jr. M.D.
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TERMITES
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Gifts Catering Hallmark Cards
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4848 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah 688-8631
------------------HAPPY New year to all
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2198 N.E. 163rd Street NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 949-1311
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SPARKLiNG POOLS, ESC.
7090 S.W. 59th PLACE MIAMI
PHONE: 661-1210
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
16447 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-3362
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR APPLE and SONS
LARRY end JEFfREY and DAUGHTER LISA KAREN
Of the
ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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5050 N.W. 7th Avenue
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from
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Company of Miami
301 N.W 29th Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SOUTHERN AIR
TRANSPORT, INC
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phone 888-1444
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
D. W. BURTON
ELECTWCAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
74 West 29th Street, Hialeah, Florida
887- 2087 887-0391
NOW OPEN
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Le PARISIAN Restaurant Francais
474 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-2770 Claude and Alice Nicole
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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NAVARRO
BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17fh Avenue, Miami, Florida 643-2060
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
Canton*** Dishes Pit Barb*cu* Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
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UNITED NATION'S GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
'Peking9 Into Israel's Future
Continued From Page l-F
The committee never wont to
Israel, taking all its testimony
in Arab and European capitals,
i Israel barred it because it refus-
ed to consider the tr'atmcn*:of
Jews in Arab countries'.
A few weeks ago Israel re-
newed her protest to Thant over
what Yosef Tekoah, Israels Am-
bassador termed refusal of the
committee meml>ers Ceylon.
Somalia and Yugoslavia to
have dipk>matic relations with
the Jewish state. Nevertheless,
the trio returned to the Mideast
to take further testimony. (So-
malia, incidentally, will be on
the Security Council through
Dec. 31, l972i.
Item 52 deal) with "respect for
human rights in armed conflicts."
which di>es not new but could
later affect the Mideast. In
Item 57, the Assembly will con-
sider the progress, if any. toward
the elimination of racial discrimi-
nation.
After a consideration of the
right to self-determination, the
Assembly will turn to "the ques-
tion ill punishment of war crimi-
nals and of persons who have
A Happy New Year To All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Real Estate Consultant
and Appraiser
1407 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Phono 371-1639
Holiday Greetir gs .
To Ah
From .
WILLIAM
BREST
Realtor
14647 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 685-3566
PYKK Kit OS.
& SOX
PAINT & BODY SHOP
Motor Tune-Up
Wrecker Service
Upholstering
Paint Work Frame Work
Brakes Relined
35 NE 29th STREET
Ph. 379-1693
MR. and MRS. GEORGE
WILENSKY, of the
NEW DEAL KOSHER
MEAT & POULTRY
MARKET
1362 NE. 163rd STREET
North Miami Beach
Wish Everyone a Very
Haopy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 374-4304
committed crimes against hu-
manity" and "measures to be
taken against Nazism and other
totalitarian ideologies and prac-
tices based on incitement to
hatred and racial intolerance."
Following this comes a report by
the U.N. High Commissioner for
Refugees.
An item that should draw the
attention of those working for
tli" relief of Soviet Jewry is No.
6.*>, concerning the elimination
of all forms of religious intoler-
ance. Two points will be con-
sidered: o draft declaration and
a draft International convention.
The Assembly will then discuss
a possible new post of L'.N. High
Commissioner for Human Rights.
Item 91 is a Th.mt report on
the work of the Informal Joint
Committee on IEjst Relations.
The "Jewish angle" hen* is the
series of complaints by Soviet
and Arab missions to the U.N.
about harassment by some de-
fenders o!' Soviet Jewry. Those
missions have blamed the U.S.
government for the demonstra-
tions, and some have suggested
thai the U.N. bo moved I'rom
New York because of them.
A Happy New Year To All
JEFFERSON HOTEL
1 21 -15th St. & Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
A Happy New Year To All
JOHN L.
POWERS
ROOFING
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph. 531-3018
Licensed and Insured
Budget Terms
1628 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
Happy New Year and Best
Wishes For Tho Holidays
ROYAL PALM
CLEANERS AND
ALTERATIONS
Margaret & Andre Roth
4016 Roval Palm Avenue
Miami Beach
A Happy New Year To All
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
250 NE. 183rd Street
Phone 621-0944
North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year To All
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biseayne Blvd., Miami
PHONE FR 4-8181
Holiday Greetings
ANIMAL
KINGDOM
North Miami
Grooming, Pet Supplies
Birds, Tropical Fish, Dog
1105 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3021
The Special Committee on the
Question of Defining Aggression
takes over Item 94, and it is not
till Item 101 one of the hist
topics on the Provisional Agenda
- that the Assembly considers
the "restoration of the lawful
rights of the People's Republic
of China in the U.N." Among
the 17 sponsors of this item are
Albania, Cuba, Egypt, Iraq, So-
malia. Southern Yemen, the Su-
dan. Syria. Yemen. Yugoslavia
and Zambia.
Israel has recognized the Mao
regime for more than 21 years,
but the fading has been far
from mutual, what with Peking's
all-out support for the Palestin-
ian guerrillas. But the U.N.
trend has clearly been toward
seating Red China, with or with-
out retaining Taiwan, and un-
official contacts have been made
by Chinese diplomats and Ma-
pam representative Eli Ben-Gal:
so it would not be surprising to
some to see an Israeli delega-
tion going to Peking in the near
future, if only to play Chinese
checkers.
(C), IB71 .1.-i-ti Telegraphic Agency
R0MY BEAUTY
SALON
1455 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach
Phone 538-0000
and the entire Staff extend
Best Wishes To All
For a Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings
From
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove
Phone 445-0479
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
OI.MIS
HOI*Y SHOP
1490 N.E. 123rd Street
Phone 757-4729
Americana Tours
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
24b S.E. First Street,
Miami, Florida 33131
Me 4 AMI S
ItfiUFIX,
Since 1921
LICENSED- INSURED
166 N.W. 28th Street, Miami
MIAMI
633-0949
C & H HOME
BUILDERS
395 S. W. 49th STREET
Phone 448-5775


fday. Spt: 17.1971
*Jei$ti ncrkttan
Page 15-F
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
Continued From Pace 1S-F
as an individual producer who had the courage
rrf his convictions at a time when few had
roiinmr and fewer had convictions. Krarmr
also shows courage and conviction with "The
Ti-TaT of lA'.'TlUKr his account' bT'We My
Ijiu massacre, now being prepared for pro-
duction early nxt year. A direct anti-war
Statement, it poses the question why a sub-
ordinate officer, to Kramer a very ordinary
tallow, should go about shooting people. It is
the very same question raised at the Kich-
mann tiial about the extermination of Jews.
Sam Spiegel, the Austrian-born producer,
st.trtcd his Hollywood career by trying to set
up in 19:50 a European version of "All Quiet
on the Western Front," a film he recognized
as a powerful plea Tor peace. In spite of the
official banning of the picture in Germany, it
ti; finally sho.vn there in 1932, and he was
able to screen the print for the Disarmament
Omfeicnce in Geneva on the eve of Hitler's
rise to power.
Spiegel's production of "The Stranger,"
with Edward G. Rabinson as a man tracking
down escaped Nazi ll adei-s and Orson Welles
iwho also directed! ns the killer hiding in
America, was one of the earliest screen con-
tributions on the subject of bringing war
criminals to justice.
Among Spiegel's subsequent films were
"On the Waterfront," dealing with a social
problem racketeering; "Bridge on the
River Kwai," another vivid anti-war epic,
and "Lawrence of Arabia," a film that un-
Avittuiglysitaj-kcd'the ogos of Arabs through-
out the Near and Middle East.
From the pen of German author Hans
Hvllmut Kirst came "The Night of the Gen-
erals," produced by Spiegel and directed by
Anatole Litvak. the saga of Poland under the
heels of the German Wehrmacht. Spiegel now
has completed "Nicholas and Alexandria,"
dealing with the tragedy of the Romanoffs, to
be premiered this fall as a Royal Command
Performance in London.
iCopyriKiu 1971, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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New Year Greetings To All
RICHIER'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flaaler Stree*
PHONE 373-2197
A Happy New Year To All .
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
1135 N.W. 159th Drivo
North Miami
Phone 625-2451
A Happy New Year To All
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
339 N.E 2nd AVENUE
374-0115
A Happy New Year To All
NEW YEAR GRtETINGS
96S0 E. BAY UARBOR DRIVE
on* block n*rth of Broad Causeway
on Bay Harbor Island
MIAMI BEACH Tel. UN 6-8706

IMPORT
FASHIONS INC.
7455 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0039
A Happy New Year To All
from
DR. BERNARD A.
APPLEBAUM
and FAMILY
Holiday Greetings
JULIA WALLACE
Employment Agency
217 N.E. 98th Street
Miami Shores
Phone 754-4667
Happy and Prosperous
New Year From
THE KRIEGER
FAMILY &
AMPCO
PRODUCTS, INC.
7795 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah
Phone 821-5700
A Happv New Year To All
CUZZENS INC.
Glen Guard Clothes
Louis Roth Clothes
Johnston and
Murphy Shoes
Bally Shoes
Fontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2995
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
6200 N.W. 27th AVE.
691-2221
1 HOI IP while YOU
I nUUK WAIT SERVICB
Come in for FREE check-up
1 All makes cars and trucks. On
the spot financing! All work guar-
lanteed. Complete stock rebuilt
radiators. Free pick-up and deliv-
lery service. Largest radiator shop
Florlckt.
WE HONOR ALL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
TANGURS
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phono Wl 7-6561
A Happy New Year To All
ALHI SALES
COMPANY
Wholesale Distributors
2337 N.W. 8th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 634-7261
Holiday Greetings
BOB S 11 BBS
MOTORS
1836 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 634-4567
K0TKINS
JEWELRY, INC.
Greets the Jewish
Community On the
New Year Holidays
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
New Year Greetings from
Mr. I Mrs. Eugene Klein
Of The
Beach Poultry
Market
429 Espanola Way
Miami Beach JE 8-3870
Our Very Best Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
To All...
MARTHA'S
Beauty Salon
1327 S.W 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS
GRIUWORK
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK
2732 N.W. 34fh STREET
MRS. HARRY AUGUST
AND FAMILY
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
!l
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB
OPEN NOW THROUGH JANUARY 3RD
To the Jewish Community in South Florida
We Extend Sincere Greetings
During the Holiday Season
and
Best Wishes
for
Continued Happiness all through the New Year
v^
V1
Our sincere wishes to
everyone for a year of
Peace, Health and Happiness
.
9200 N.W. 27th AVE. 696-1711
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallery
ROBERT DRAPER, Director
3421 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 443-9140
CHARLES R. REEVES
CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR
Good Shoes Properly Fitted, Make Better Feet
rcn'uos? yj"i y"?s w s^wjb Pi awn
1614 Alton Road Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Phone: 672-8589
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-9883
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL...
WELL BILT PRODUCTS. INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276


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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
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J hanks for their patronage, mau we wish ^om ana your family
tentment, good health, and the fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life*
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MORRIS GROCER
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSL
Saks Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


'X
'^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section G
By EDWARD T. SANDRAW
(A Seven Arts Feature)
A distinguished journalist re-
cently reminded us that there
is a feeling of "anxiety about the
Jewish position in America."
There is much truth to that dec-
laration. Anxiety is being foisted
on the American Jew, both from
the radical lei't and from the re-
actionary right.
Israel still has not achieve!
the peace for which we have
yearned and prayed. Soviet Jew-
ry is imprisoned and is being
suffocated culturally and reli-
giously. Here in America we ap-
pear to be physically safe, al-
though our history has t.-uight
us that when there are economic
crises and social upheavals our
security cannot be taken for
granted.
Our youth for the most part
is confused and still fights the
Jewish Establishment whether
it is the synagogue or the type
of Jewish loyalty which expreses
ttsi If solely through the check-
book or through an endless se-
ries of drives and campaigns. In
our educational process we have
failed to make our young people
see Willie and meaning in Jewish
cultural and spiritual expression
as well as in in the absolute need
for "the campaign" against
which they inveigh. Surely, mys-
tical religions and drugs are also
obviously not giving them the
answer they seek.
It is in this atmosphere of "an-
xiety" "iat wc approach Rosh
Kaahanak a New Year. It
would bo treachery to assume
a foolishly optimistic posture,
and sink into a form ol' lethargy
in which we all sit back and are
content to wait and muddle
through.
The days ahead may be trying
for all men in spite of the hope-
ful signs relating the American-
Soviet-Chinese relationships.
Peace is coming to Vietnam, but
the postwar period promises no
absolute panaceas. The Middle
East lives from day to day under
the shadow of a tenuous cease-
Continued on Tage 13-G


Pago 2-G
i-Jewist) HorkUar
Friday. Sept H, 1971
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Happy Holidays To Our Many Friends and Customers
MARKS
The word for quality cleaning and laundry
1201 20fh Sr., Miami Beach
Phone 538-6104
Open 7 o.m. to 7 p.m.
P.S. We loe you
"Holiday Greeting'
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
609 E. Oi lido Drive, Miami Beach Phone 534-8154
HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA GROCERY CO.
Institutional Jobbers
3340 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
Telephone 633-9001
! GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO, CORAL GABLES 445-7959
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
4.0B l SEAL BAKERY
2239 CORAL WAY, MIAMI 33146
Phone: 944-1021
Best Wishes for a Prosperous end Happy New Year
KARLSON ROOFING
A DIVISION OF KARLSON CONSTRUCTION
All Types of Residential and Industrial Roofs
247 N.W. 57th Street 751-7972
%- "
-
THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
Ponce l)e Leon Beauty Salon
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 445-2631
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RIVIERA TILE &
TERRAZZO, INC.
747 S.W. 134th Street, Miami
2357441
LARRY MARKS A CO.niM.W
MANUfACTMfftHrS MSTRflUTOtS WHOLESALE
WOMEN'S', man t mmv messes, com 4 sum
Marks W,. 1M N.W. 2nd StrMt Miami. El*. Phont H 9-2491
I A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Disestablishment Unlikely In Near Future
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
The mini KUlturkiimpf among
British Jews has spilled over Into
the Board i i' Deputies, their rep-
resentative body which is I'll years
old (no anniversary, but still a
date to mark i.
It Ls all because of Clause -1,.
which will go down in history with
Clause 4 of (he Labor Party, as
something unnecessary and out-
of-date, and yet sacred like one
of those white cows of Bo-nares.
Let me explain.
Clause 43 of the Constitution of
the Board of Deputies says that in
all religious matters, the Board
consults with the spiritual loaders
of the United Synagogue and the
Sephardic Community two Or-
thodox bodies. When I say Or-
thodox bodies I mean, of course,
that ttieir rabbis and ministers
are Orthodox and their services
conform to the Orthodox pattern
I not that my grandfather would
have approved ol those services,
what with the omission of huge
chunks from the prayers for the
Higti Holidays and the choir up
there lichir.d the Arki.
The mWllUWB of these Uvo
groups are no more and no less
observant by and large, than the
members ol the Liberal and Re-
form trends, known collectively as
the Progressives. The llesh i- weak
everywhere the truly pious
Individuals again, excepting the
rabbin find their own way to
dod. There are several unattached
houses of prayer, and there is
I.ubavitch. and we also have some
non-political Mlzractli and Agudah
adherents, who are truly religious
in an old-fashioned way.
Still, the United Synagogue and
the Sephardic community are Or-
thodox. Which means that the
Board Ls guided exclusively by
Orthodox spiritual leaders, al-
though the other trends are now
well established as an Integral
part of British Jewry. They de-
mand their rights, as it were.
They say they are also well sup-
plied with spiritual leaders quite
COJMbte of advising the Board
which, incidentally, very seldom
needs advice on religious matters.
At the last meeting of the Board,
this issue came to a head. Strange-
ly enough, two Orthodox members,
both known for their meticulous
observance, moved changes in
Clause 4.". of the Constitutions.
They are both banisters of stand'.
ing Fred Landau and F. Ash
Lincoln and they put their
cases well.
But In such debates, there i<
little room for reason and logic
The movers and their supporters
did not argue that the Board should
give an opinion about the validity
of various trends within Jewry,
or state whether the 20'.-i Pro-
gressive Jews in the British Isles
are. or are not. likely to partici-
pate in the Hereafter. All the
Board was asked to say was Hint
Clause 4.1 Ls no longer valid in the
light of modern conditions and
moods.
In other words, the obligation
to consult Orthodox leaders exclu-
sively on religious matters should
be modified. To this a majority re-
fused to agree. By a vote of 110
to 66 the motion was defeated, and
the Board remains saddled with
Clause 4.1 in its original form.
But this is not the end of the
affair, to borrow Graham Greene's
phrase. The Progressives have in-
dicated that they might leave the
Board. On this they will decide at
their conference this summer. It
is not an easy decision for them.
It would mean contracting out of
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TECH AEROFOAM PRODUCTS
5601 NORTHWEST 35th AVENUE
Phone 633-3208
DAVID E. MELIN, President
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY
EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS
Barber-Green Ditchers Foundations Septic Tanks
Dry Wells Backhoe Excavating
7240 SW 42nd STREET, Miami Florida
223-1822
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
UNIVERSAL BRANDS, INC.
MIAMI HOMESTEAD BRANCH
SCHLITZ and OLD MILWAUKEE BEERS
BALLANTINE BEER and ALE
LOWENBRAU and GALLO WiNES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BRANDT BOWLING & BILLIARD
SUPPLY INC.
BILLIARD Commercial and Home Tables, Lamps, Cues
BOWLING Balls, Bags and Shoes
RECREATION EQUIPMENT Adult Games, Ping Pong,
Shuffleboard, etc.
651 N.W. 124 St., North Miami 688-2661
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GOLDEN ISLES CONVALESCENT HOME
2400 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallarrdale, Florida
Phone 927-9717 or 944-6340
BERYL KAUFMAN, Administrator
happy NeW Year tG all
Hitehin" Post Barbecue Ranch
445 E OKEECHOBEE ROAD, HIALEAH
PHONE 887-6012
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
aaa m:tti;k si;kvice
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
A Happy New Year To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
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
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st 5TREET
2231513
A Happy New Year To All
D. T. C. Tool Corp.
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
_ NEW ERA
LIGHTING
162-168 N.E. 40th Street
Miami, Fla. Phone PL 7-2429
Available Through Your
Decorator or Dealer
Vitil The South'* Largeit
Showroom For Lighting
Fixture*, Lamps. Acceiaoriet
George and Sally Mildwoff
A Happy New Year To All
DUPONT PLAZA
TRAVEL SERVICE
300 S. Biscayne Blvd. Way
Miami, Me. 371-1311
All Travel Accommodations
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Friday. Sept 17. 1971
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CANTOR and MRS.
BEN GROSSBERG
and daughters
Rita, Mari, Judy and Suzy
wish their relatives and
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-0032
A Happy New Year To All
MIDTOWN
PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
Holiday Greetings From
0VERH0LT
JEWELERS
7220 Red Road
Phone 665-2112
Holiday Greetings To All .. .
MIAMI
PROPELLER
SERVICE INC.
2051 N.W. 11th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 643-1313
CRffT/NGS TO ALL
FLORIDA BURLAP AND
BAG CO., Inc.
< -:V -
STAN FRIEDMAN
1074 E. 27*h St., Hialeah
Phone. 696-5831
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the representative body of British
Jews. Private talks at various lev-
els will no doubt continue and
time will show.
It should be pointed out that
another Orthodox Jew S. S.
Levin had suggested some time
ago to c!j away with Clause 43 al-
together." In other words, to have
no "established church" in Anglo-
Jewry. However, he changed his
mind and joined the amenders, to
the chagrin of many who want
ri Hgion out of politics.
A serious split In the Board is
unlikely. BrUish Jews are very
proud of fifir Board. They never
tire of pointing out that American
and French Jews have no repre-
sentative bodies, only makeshift
arrangement*. Indeed, American
Jewish leaders have on numerous
occasions publicly expressed their
envy of British Jews who have
the Board of Deputies to speak for
them on all vital issues, though
they failed to specify whether they
envy the idea or our Board as it
is and as it works.
One fancies it was the former.
Fur age adds veneration but makes
the joints stiffer. This maxim ap-
plies to public bodies as well as
i tiiral units.
Dr. Michael Ramsay, the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury (Primate of
the Church of England I, who is
not only a great leader of his
church but also a famous phi-
losopher and a tolerant humanist,
said the other day in a radio in-
terview: "If I woke up and found
the Church of England had been
disestablished, I would have been
glad." This is what he said -
glad!
could have a Roman Catholic, an
agnostic or a heretic as Queen, or
King. But only theoretically.
And so it is with British Jews.
Theoretically they could have a
Progressive Jew as president of
the Board of Deputies. For all
we know they might have had
one or two in the past but no one
noticed it. But in practice it Is
different
An established church docs not Pne Presumes that Clause 4",
make for more religiousity, or for wi" '*' removed from the Board's
higher ethics. The Church of Eng- Constitution when the Church of
land has learned this truth over England Is disestablished. And this
the centuries. The mood today is wi" not happen in the near future,
such that, theoretically, England (C) idti Jewish Telagraphlc Agency
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
maule
MAULE iNOUSWES/INC. '
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd. 377-8941
, FLY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
NORTHSIDE
Shopping Center
the CENTER of activity
N.W. 27th Avenue and 79th STREET
BURNSIDE-OTT
AVIATION TRAINING CENTER
BUILDING 1M, OPA LOCKA AIRPORT
MIAMI FLORIDA
ACCMMTATION THROUCH tKOWARO JR. ft MIAMI DAD! Jl C0UICIS
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the New Year Holidays
P. R. RICKLE:
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HERB DAVIS PLUMBING, INC.
"Your Plumbing Discount Center"
2515 South State Road No. 7-Hollywood-Telephone 981-4100
The "KING" of Stainless Steel Sinks
All Merchandise Carries Our Personal One Year Guarantee
33x22 Top Grade Stainless Steel Sinks
Reg. $54.95...............$21.95
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GEORGE RUDISH
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Phone 945-6918
C. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
88 Merrick Wcry Phone HI 3-2534
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
Dodge Island, 1970 Port Blvd., Building 4
DIAL 379-3401
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
odturning Cabir
MORRIS RICH, Owner
Rich Woodturning Cabinet Shop
MORRIS RIO
98 N.W. 29th STREET. MIAMI
Phone FR 4-7524
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rothnians Shoe Solon
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
FT. LAUDERDALE
BAL HARBOUR SHOPS
PALM BEACH MALL
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND-FRIENDS
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Monahan's Electric Co., Inc.
O ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
MR. JORDAHL
4050 N.W. 29th STREET, MIAMI, Fla. 33142 Phone 633-8423
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C-E BUILDING PRODUCTS
A Division of Combustion Engineering Inc.
1890 NJ. 146th Street
North Miami
Mrs. Sadie Fagan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein
and Children, Edyse and Harold Kcssler, Martin and Andrea
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Parker Spray and Tree Service Inc.
3047 S.W. 38th Court, Coconut Grove
3633'2 DAY AVE., COCONUT GROVE 448-0986
S PROM .
WILLIAM DASS CARNIVAL SUPPLIES
Phone: 688-8389
11629 Northwest 7th Avenue, Miami
Best Wishes W a Prosr-*>rous o^d H<-rr>oy New Year
GEORGE LOWD
PLASTERING LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Avenue 221-6672
New Year Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
401 Opa-Locka Blvd. Phone MU 1-3122
TARTAK'S OPA-LOCKA DRUGS
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BED PILLOWS
Down -~Gtote -w Dacron Foam
if PICK-UP feflfc'^
;(.(( AND ft*;*
DELIVERY "/V
OR
WHILE
YOU
WAIT
. WE
SERVICE
MOTELS.
HOTELS
4
INSTITUTIONS j
WE MAKE ALL SIZES
Don't throw away your old pillows
They can be made like new
In any size Phone 634-3422
HYCENATOR
PILLOW SERVICE
2170 N.W. 17 AVENUE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
COUNCILMAN
TONY DELEONARDIS
and Wife Eileen
OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
Golden Nugget Pancake House
5330 W. Flagler ----------......---------------------------- J*4*?!4*
2700 W. Flagler
5315 N.W. 36th Street, Miami Springs
473 S. Dixie Hwy, Coral Gables---------
5250 Biscayne Blvd.---------------------------r
_____887-5252
_____665-9921
______758-82741
3EST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ALLISON GULF SERVICE STATION
TOW SERVICE & GENERAL REPAIRS
ACCESSORIES-TIRES & BATTERIES
17901 N.W. 27th Avenue 621-9117
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
MURRAY AUTO SUPPLY, INC.
Complete Line of Auto Parts and Speed Equipment
901 N.W. 62nd Street 758-3821
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PARKER'S SHELL SERVICE
A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW, USED & RECAPPED TIRES
2200 N.W. 79th Street- 691-7412
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MOR-BLAN, INC.
MORENO SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENTS
170 N.W. 24th Street 371-3811
CAROLO MORENO .President
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BRESSER'S CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
853 N.E. 79th Street, Miami
Phono 758-6787
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DELMONICO-ANDREA RETIREMENT HOTELS
6393 Collins Avenue
Phone 865-5786
* Jewish HcrM/an
Friday, Sept 17, 1971
-i.
The fashion industry is big business in Israel, employing
thousands of workers and earning hard currency for the be-
leaguered nation. Fashion exports increased by 38/ last
year and are expected to show a four-fold gain by 1975.
Israel Bonds have provided funds to develop this enterprise,
and the Israel Bond Organization has helped to create a
growing market for Israeli fashions in North America by
means of its All-Israel Fashion Show, which travels through-
out the United States and Canada under the sponsorship of
the Women's Division.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JACK HARTLEY INC.
675 N.W. 29th St.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 COLLINS AVENUE & OCEAN
Rep. SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manager
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JUST JENKINS DESIGNS INC.
ARCHITECTURAL INTERIORS
RESIDENTURAL COMMERCIAL
FURNITURE DESIGN
4555 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone 661-2800
DENNIS L. JENKINS, President
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF UNITED STATES
Home Office New York, New York
Equal opportunity Employers M.-F.
100 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 371-5691
F. PHILLIPS, JR. AGENCY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BARTONS BONBONNIERE
CONTINENTAL CHOCOLATES
Organization Orders Our Specialty Hallmark Cards
Complete Line of Jewish New Year Cards
163rd St. New East Mall
Opposite Food Fair Kosher Market Hollywood Mall
PH: 947-0019 (opposite Sears)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SARA FREDERICKS
AMERICANA HOTEL, BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL, HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEA
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
6444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Wmmio 754-2251
rO ALL ... MEETINGS
BAKER'S
PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Phone 888-9963
400 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
A Happy New Year To All
ABBOTT
MILLS
3420 North W* ^th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 649-3141
i
Mrs. Sally Gardner
EXTENDS BIST WISHES FOR *
HAPfY NEW MAI
lo All Mar frienJi
Mrs.GussieAmdur
Nautilus Hotel, Miami Beach
extends best wishes to her
relatives and friends
for a Healthy, Happy
New Year in a
World at Peace
Holiday Greetings From .
DINA
GARMENT
CORP.
271 N.W. 23rd STREET
FRANCISCO KABAK,-0* FR 1-3859
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EDW AIUP
B.
TAIT
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+Jewis* fhridttmri
Page 5-G
Soviet
Jews
In
Israel
By BORIS SMOLAR
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, J.T.A.
S. ROSS
COMPANY
PLASTIC SLIP COVERS
WINDOW SHADES
WHILE YOU WAIT
4115 Prairie Avenue
Phone JE 8-3030
A Happy New Year To All
Oscar E. Dooly
Assoc. Inc
Realtors
INGRAHAM BIDG.
25 S.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 377-8761
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TO ALL
TEFFTS GOWNS
BRIDAL &
EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way HI 3-6112
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
- To the Jewish Commuimy -
-TWERY'S-
Importers
160 NX. 40 ST. 758-3671
A Happy New Year To All
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W.I 19th Street
Phone 688-3386
GREETINGS FROM .
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVKI, INC.
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
Cmmmhtt 24-Mm* PimdMitg Ktmmlr
Unrhi M4 6 Irnurtd
At the home of a recently arrived Soviet-
Jewish family in Tel Aviv we were sitting and
talking of the adjustment of immigrants from
the Soviet Union to life in Israel.
The family a man, his wife and her
slderly mother is happy in. Israel. Until the
"><&. Y&u-ld War U Ulttr *ere saiMftpd with
their life in Kiev. They never thought of leav-
ing the Soviet Union. The man was a highly
qualified economist in civilian life and a Red
Army captain during the war. He spent the
war years on the battlefront fighting the
Nazi armies. His wife, a chemist, volunteered
during the war to serve in the armed forces
and was sent to the besieged city of Leningrad,
which was for months bombarded day and
night by the German Army. She was decorated
for bravery. The old mother evacuated into
the interior of the Soviet Union when the
Nazis were about to enter Kiev. Her only son
was killed on the front.
When the war was over, the surviving three
members of the family were reunited in Kiev.
They returned to their former home only to
discover a stange of atmosphere which startled
them. Never before did they hear any anti-
Jewish remarks from their neighbors in the
building. They now suddenly discovered that
their neighbors had become anti-Semites ar.d
that anti-Semitism in general was being tol-
erated by the authorities.
The man. displaying proudly an array of
Continued On Page 10-G
Commissioner
and Mrs.
Irwin G. Christie
WISH ALL
PEACE AND HAPPINESS
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"I.fc WMr 4 Smile On Polm Smrimmt ih"
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION, INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
6095 N.W. 72nd Ave.
Phone 888-0638
Happy New Year Tj All ...
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th STREET
Phone 651-2131
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
AL'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION
ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES-TOW SERVICE 8 REPAIRS
17045 N.W. 27th Avenue 621-9271
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ACE TERRAZZO COMPANY
35 N.E. 26th Street, Miami, Florida 33137 Phone 377-0004
Anthony Scremin, Owner John F. Scremin
car
CAPITAL NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI
117 N.E. 1st AVENUE
Ph. 371-9641
A Happy New Year To All .
SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WltL
PITTSBURGH
CORNING
GiASS
BLOCKS
P-C
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Oittributon Libbey. Owens, Ford Glut Co. & Insulux Gla Block
1601 -1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial 3794)656
Miami 36. Florida
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island
PHONE: UN6-5675
MELANDOR NURSERY
15721 N.W. 7th Avenue WI 7-6971
U.S. 441 South of New Golden Glades Interchanqe
ppen Daily & Sundav 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Wed
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FOUR STAR POULTRY and PROVISIONS, INC.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 633-8617 Miami, Florida
* *
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PARKS BROS. MFC.. I'll., INC
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS 8 SERVICE
12327 N.E. 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. 751-2889
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 .
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
HARRY HOLTZMAN
1031 -5th Street, Miami Beach 673-0421
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*Jenist FlurMian
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
Good Wishes on the New Year
To the Jewish Community
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ROLLS ROYCE SALES & SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers ...
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
BMW MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berry Rolls Royce Inc.
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 633-6531
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
GREETINGS TO ALL .
THE CHARLES RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Phone 691-6911
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. A. Cantor Associates, inc.
1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
FR 4-9081
PBMMSS XI TO VAUTS. MNC.
1243 S.W. Bth STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
Relationship
Of
American
Jewry
To
China
story from rass to riches. Actu-
ally, the chances are that Josei>li
got ahead because of the success
of his two wonderful sons: Samp-
son Simson, the older, was one of
the first members of the New York
City Chamber of Commerce and a
daring .pri\"rtocr sperokttor during
the French and Indian War; the
other son. Solomon, was equally
brilliant and successful.
By JACOB R. MAUC1S
Director.
American Jewish Archives
Now that President Nixon has
announced his plan to visit China.
the American Jewish Archives, on
the Cincinnati campus of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, is receiving in-
quiries concerning the relationships
of American Jewry to China.
In the 1 Solomon Simson. a
distinguished American Jewish
businessman, attempted to reach
Ihe Chinese Jews at Kai Feng Fu in
order to carry on a correspondence
with them. The Simsons were a
remarkable ailj American Jewish
family, the first member of which.
Nathan Simson, came to th< se
>-hores around the year 1700. After
he mad" i fortune, he went to
don to live in Style. Having no
BOiu of his own, Nathan brought
Ins nephew Joseph to America.
Joseph began lite modestly as a
beadle, or shommas, in the New
Yoi k synagogue, but he ended up
as its president. This sounds like
a typical Horatio Alger success
The Simson family was very pa-
triotic. During the Revolution they
went into exile to Connecticut
rather than live under the British
in New York. When Joseph pack-
ed up and moved, he was already
90 years of aae.
During the war, Solonvm Sim-
son was in the loud mining busi-
ness; le id was important f'ir the
Stng of bul'cts. He was also an
Important utility Industrialist, in
the lighting business, manufactur-
ing candles made of v.hale oil. In
politics he was :i Jeffersonian Dem-
ocrat and he became one of the
heads of tht local Democratic So-
ciety, a very liberal organization
His political opponents, Federal-
ists and old-line Tories, attempted
to smear him by calling him Shj
lock. He was an active Ma spite his many activities, he fount1"
time to serve the local Jewish
congregation as president and was
lceleeted lor five terms.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE BAROS FAMILY
AND
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Pine wood Acres Private School

Phono 271-3211
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
L. L. (Bob) Anderson
Miami, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BERGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY, INC.
8101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone: 751-9765
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CORAL MIAMI PRESS
2390 N.W. 23rd STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 634-7687
THE HAMLET BEAUTY SALON
209 Alcazar, Coral Gables
Phone 445*3123
EMltY GREEN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JOEY'S FISH MARKET
8747 BIRD ROAD
Phono 221-9076
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO All
ASSOCIATED ARTISTS
goopllf* for Artit*. Kncfawera and Architect*
1 Wl BISCAYNE BLVD. Phono 373-3562
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLAS ROOFING CO, INC
All Typos of Residential A Industrie Roofs
ir WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
2730 W. 3rd Avenue, Hialaah
Phono 885-1*41
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TRACY HAIR STYLIST
6269 S.W. 8th St., Miami 661-3386
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM SAM BENA1M
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL
CLUTCH A PARTS CO., INC.
1401 S. E. 9th Court, Hlalaah
Phono 885-2526
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HANSLEY OF MIAMI, INC.
2250 North Miami Avenue 371-8089
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ROMAN'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
10995 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI
Phono 221-6311
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
APECO MARINA
Divison of Apeco Corporation
Miami's Finest Fully inclosed Marina
2890 N.E. 187th St., No. Miami Beach, Fla. 949-7227
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JACKSON DRUGS
1701 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 377-3741
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GUSAR DRUGS
18430 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phono 945-2617
Happy Holiday To My
many friends and clients
.11. B. FUTH
"Better Class Homes
Since 1923"
975
JE 8-1843 Miami Boach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Pcron tewcters
923 LtWOOtM KOAtt
M1AMAI
-',4*
Holiday Oreottuqo Froni
ri.T-1-.. __J -------1 I,.,,,,!
and Sans
Mr. and Mrs: Harry-ftemafd
A & A SIGN CO.
SIGNS
Shr* Crti
I
wtw^w Lf ino Our SfyiaUy
Mtal, Go4d-L.af. VUaM*.TnMfcs
1743 S. W, 4th Street
643.1751 Miami
A Happy New Year To All
The PAGODA
Cantonese Restaurant and
Cocktail Lotmge
Collins Ave. and 22nd Street
Miami Beach 5384)342
A Happy New Year To All
EVANS
SHOE SHOP
6261 N.W. 7m Avenue
758-9288
Holiday Greetings,
To Our Friends & Customers
Metro
Equipment
2930 N.W. 7th Avtnue, Miami
Phone 634-7784


Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
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In thp late 1780s Solomon Car-
rie on a correspondence with a
Jewish merchant in India and in
the same decade began to engage
in the China trade. In 1785, the
first American ship to make the
trip to QMna returned after a suc-
cessful voyage. Four yeaiw later
the enterprising Simson sent his
vessel, the 'Sampson.'* to Canton.
The ship was named in memory
of his brother who had died before
the Revolution.
The "Sampson" took the eastern
route around the Cape of Good
Hope and the Indian Ocean. Some-
time Ivforr 1795 Solomon read in
a book on China that than was a
substantial Jewish colony there.
What he probably did not know
was that those Jews had been in
China for centuries, ever since the
Middle Ages, and through inter-
marriage were typically Chinese
in apjr aiance.
In ffBSi with the aid of a Ger-
man Jew who wrote Hebrew, the
international Jewish language,
Simson sent a Hebrew letter to
China by the hand of Captain
Howeii. the master who had pre-
viously sailed the "Sampson" into
Canton Harbor in 1789.
The American Jewish Archives
has a copy of the Simson letter. In
this letter he asked libs f.U.u-
Jcws a number of questions, for
he wanted to know all about them.
How long have you been in China?
How many are you? What type of
Judaism do you practice? From
what tribe do you stem? (He
thought certainly that they wan
one of the Lost Ten Tribes). What
sort of Habrew Iwoks do you
possess? Do the Chinese treat you
well? What's your line of business?
Here in America we have it good,
UBM of us are elected to import-
ant political offices.
Unfortunately Captain Howeii
could find no Jews and reported
the failure of his mission. Had
Solomon Simson in his day had ac-
cess to .the resources of the He-
brew Union College Library in
Cincipjjati. lie would .have, found
the answers to some of his ques-
tions. The Library possesses the
largest collection of Chinese manu-
scripts in the United States.
MR. AND MRS.
HERBERT GOPMAN
Paulette, Judith
and Jonathan
MRS. HELEN GOPMAN
extend best wishes for a
Happy New Year
to all their friends

A Heppy New Year To All .
JOUCHE
1 APPLIANCES
215 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE
CORAL GABLES
; PHONE: 444-7481

31 r. and Mrs.
Henry King
;" Stanford
wish their friends
' a Happy New Year

Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Prjbne: 887-5594
MIAMI LAWN
MOWER CO. *
2025*-OLD CUTLER ROAD
HOIBERT
"~ ELECTRIC *
WH-IARD A FLORENCE
extend
7l*r*?Tear Greetings
i to all our Friends
Some 40% of Israel's current Development Budget is being
allocated for construction of new housing in order to cope
with the steady flow of new immigrants and provide better
housing for the old. About 75% of that budget will be pro-
vided by Israel Bonds this year. Photo shows part of a huge
housing project at Arad, one of many such construction
sites in the rapidly-growing nation.
- Holiday Greetings -
- To The Jewish Community -
TOBY'S CAFETERIA
MR. and MRS. IRVING B. KAPLAN
. Holiday Greetings .
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
AIRCRAFT INTERIOR FABRICATORS INC.
CAMPERS REPAIRS
2180 N.W. 24th AVE. Phone 635-0663
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Castie Harbor Sail Koats inc.
RENTALS SALES
INSTRUCTION BY GEORGE AND NELL CASTLE
Dinner Key Charter Boat Docks Ph. 448-3212
EVENINGS 665-4719
Decor Concrete Railing
by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC.
3901 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GOLDEN RAZOR BARBER SHOP
9700 COLLINS AVE., BAL HARBOUR
Phone 865-2779
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HARRY and BERNARDINE KLEIN
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MILTON
and children Jamie Beth, Robert Adley and Peri Sue
Wish to express best wishes for a Most Happy New Year
to their many friends in Greater Miami, and to the
entire Jewish Community_____________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GRAY DRUG INC.
7611 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 661-8564
4flJ,i b k Ah &
^4 Very *Jitipf>y tJVe\^ 3/<
car
B
^PERRINE
Ffn|0 Ho.d .1 Hib.icui Sl'Ol-Ftmn...235 5821 Mum,. Florid. J3147
^CUTLER RIDGE
South End Cutlet R.dge Shopping Center 238 441 4 Miami, Fit, 331S7
MEMBERS: FEDERAL DEPOSITORY INSURANCE CORPORATION
COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY OPERATED COMMUNITY ORIENTED
y^-Si i r JjrWe /1 as
FARM STORES
-----------------A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CELIA WEINTRAUB
"Complete Real Estate Service"
Specializing in Keys Property, Dade County and Florida State
Capitol Bank Bldg., Room 815, 117 N.E. 1st Ave. 377-1019
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowilz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowirz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND (ENTER
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCi MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
A Happy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY. INC,
OXford 1-5881
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses Sincere Wishes
& for a Happy #
New Year Season To All
253 N.W. 22nd Lane 371-4603
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MELWINE GARMENT, INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE Phone 633-83181
SIMON WINE, President
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*-Jewi$t> norktian
Friday. Sept 17.1971
WISHING ALL MY
Friend* A
HAPPY XEW YEAR
HARRY RIDGE
WORLD FAMOUS
PLACE PIGALLE
*i
SHOWPLACE OF THE SOUTH

215 -22nd STREET, MIAMI BEACH.
RESERVATIONS 538-0055
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy New Year
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
4>Q Ucru ear
RINKER
MATERIALS CORP.
First With The Best
TELEPHONE 836-4010
Blocks Concrete Steel Building Supplies
3525 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI
A Most Happy New Year
to the
Entire Jewish Community
MR. and MRS. JOE MALEK
AND SON, ADAM LLOYD MALEK
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
it PIZZA AT ITS BEST
OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M.
Call Me Free Delivery
1242 N.E. 163rdSTREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 947-4911
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEEEMAX CATERERS
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
Best Wishes for a Prosperous Compliments
DRAKE And Happy Now Year of
PROPERTIES, JOHNNY'S MR. AND MRS. innrnn nniii
INC. RECORD SHOP 5996 N.W. 22nd Avenue JOSEPH OiUN
Harry Sehres Phone 634-9177 657 E. Okeechobee Road
and Sons 200 W. 21st STREET Hialeah 888-5368


Happy Holiday DIAMOND'S
Greetings From JEWELRY
Hialeah SHAW and Extends New Year Greetings To All
TU 5-3831 BURDICK 1341 N.W. 22nd Street 420 Arthur Godfrey Road MIAMI BEACH

635-2652 Phone 538-3387
Holiday Greetings From Moderne Book
ALL METAL GREETINGS
Shop, Inc. FABRICATIONS 4222 S.W. 75th AVE. GO]IIFAIIII & ASSOCIATES
5771 Sunset Dr., South Miami Miami Ph. 223-1851 REALTORS Soec io/iiing in
666-2568 AL & JACK ZISMAN A HAPPV HOLIDAY and Best Wishes to All COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE 6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.


MR. MARTIN MEETINGS TO All GREEN BROOK
LEIBOWITZ Hot "Just Another" Eating Plot* CORP. R. SOLOVEI, President
wishes his relatives and Kenny's Restaurant 1085 E. 14th STREET
friends a Happy and Alt ConditioHtt Hialeah
Prosperous New Year Phone 374-4658 200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Open 24 Hours HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL i

The Best of Holiday Holiday Greetings To Our A Happy New Year To All
Greetings To All Our Friends
RELIATEX, Inc. 2201 N.W. 72 Avenue Friends and Customers DONZI MARINE Tropics Hotel 1550 COLLINS AVE., MB.
Miami, 33144 2940 N.E. 188th Street Miami, Florida Mr. & Mrs. Al Podvin
Phone 888-7532 Phone 945-7518 and Family


Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community A Happy New Year To All JMr. and JHr,.
TROPICAL
DANGELO'S BEAUTY SALON STUDIOS PORTRAITS, COPIES, PHOTOS-HOME SITTINGS 1441 Alton Road PHOTOSTATS "8i PASSPORT REALTOR'
Miami Booth 125 NE 2nd Street 528 Lincoln Road m
Phono 672-0755 FR 34)204 JE-8-4142 m w


,
Friday. Sept 17. 1971
**3e*i*li ncrkUnn
Page9-G
In photo at left, two young
students at the HadcC3sah
Seligsburg/Brandeis Compre-
hensive High School model
evening wear designed and
made at the pioneer voca-
tional school. At right two
students are shown working
on the clothes, which will be
shown by Hadassah Chap-
ters in the United States dur-
ng the next few months. The
tashions were previewed at
Hadassah's 57th notional
convention in Cleveland,
Ohio, Aug. 22.
MR. and MRS.
MARVIN ZALIS
and children
SHARON and LORI
and Father
MR. JOEL C. ZALIS
Wisn All Their True Friends
Gods Blessings For A
Healthy and Peaceful
New Year. Amen.
May the Lord bless the
soul of my beloved mother
Rose Zalis for a peaceful
New Year. Amen.
A Happy New Year To All
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
In The Smartest Spots
In Town Look For
CHESTER NUT SHOE SAIONS
"Where To Buy Them"
Perry
Chester
Shoe Salons
9491 Harding Ave ......... Surhidt
2494 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. lauderdale
Diplomat Hotel___..... Hollywood
Doral Beach Hotel Miami Beach
Eden Roc Hotel ____ Miami Beach
Americano Hotel _.. Miami Beach
Dadeland Mall Miami Beach
2494 I. Sunrise Blvd.
Ft. lauderdale- Ph. 565-4901
A Happy New Year To Al
DADE
APPAREL
405 E. 10th Court, Hialeah
Phone 887-0352
A Happy New Year To All
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings from
Atlantic
Equipment Co.
800 N. Miami Avenue
Phono 373-3351
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ANGIE'S
BEAUTY
SALON
Open Daily
Plus Friday Evenings
651-2422
497 N.E. 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
651-6801
Happy Holiday From .
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
Holiday Greetinqs From
SWIM JSf SPORT
SHOPS
Cutler Ridge Shopping Center
Dadeland Shopping Center
163 St. Shopping Center
111 Miracle Mile
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautifull
666-9733
MONDAY FMMV.'HI f p.'m.
$71t S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-4883
A Happy New Year To All
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
Holiday Greetings From
CUSTOM TAILOR
LBERT
CUSTOM TARORED SUITS
Expert AlterationsLadles & Gentlemen
REWEAVING MONOGRAMM1NO
7209S.W.58h C. South Miami
PH: 661-9606
Cor. Sunset Dr. & SW 58 Ct.
Good Wishes trom ...
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
STAR TRAVEL
220 -71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
65-0357
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK''
5750 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fla,
F.D.l.C.
Member cf Federal Reserve System
BEST WISHES
FOR A
FROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH H. KANTER and FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR PATRONS
NOW THREE LOCATIONS:
10E CARLOW HAIR STYLIST
10947 N.W. 27th Ave
CONGRESS BUILDING 109 N.E. 2nd Avenue
PLAYBOY BARBER SHOP 8000 Biscayne Blvd.
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
BABE'S FABRICS
"The Store Where You Shop With Confidence,
Every Sale Guaranteed"
5753 Bird Road Phone 667-0256
Monday to Friday 9-9 Saturday 9 to 6
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
MERCANTILE BARBER SHOP
Bank Floor Room 239
420 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ONE HOUR CLEANERS
392 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 887-0681
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HAIRITAGE FOR BEAUTY
1696-98 N.E. 164th St., North Miami Beach
CAROL and MARVIN ZUCKERMAN
945-6446
PILGRIM'S
Health, Peace and Happiness
7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI
210 HOLLYWOOD MALL, HOLLYWOOD
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
KOSHER CUISINE
1545 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 531-7381
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LOU and LIBBY KATZ and CHILDREN
LIZ, RALPH and TERRI LINERO
EVE BURKE STAUFFER SYSTEM SALON
5842 S.W. 73rd Street, South Miami, Fla 665-6533
9063 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores, Fla. 758-2535
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surf side, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
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* Jen 1st noridiaiin
Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
J^est lA/islics for ^4
l. IV %. Ji#W .
theACTlON BANK
National Banh of Homestead
4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
Best Wishes To All
FIORIDA FILL IHC.
FARTH MOVING 8 ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
350101D SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, MIAMI, IIORIOA 33156
TElEPHONf 661-8518
Soviet
Jews
..
IMnJfruf
GREETINGS
FRANK J. ROONEY, INC
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
Phone PL 7-5751
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
CALL FR 1-2191
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
24 hour servlCE
BLOCKS CUBES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLOtlOA DIVISION
990 S.W. 1 st Street, Miami Phone Fit 3-2191
Also Hollywood and ft. lauderdale

OCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC CORP.
Sales end Service Carrier Air Conditioners
1453 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
Phonet 373-1466 R. Crux Pine, Pre*.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 N.W. 40th STREET NE 51389
.13
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC
All fQKMS OP IWSWMMtl
AVEIaVf CMAl SABLES
Phena 443-2553
In
Israel
Continued From Page 5-G
photos of himself in the uniform of a Rod
Army captain with various military decora-
tions on his chest related his experiences,
lie emphasized that lie never felt Jewish. In
ii.- school days since early youth, and later in
his years at tha university, he never knew any
differences between Jew and non-Jew. He was
completely assimilated. Russian was his lan-
.ii ii;e and the Soviet Union was his country.
During his military service he similarly did
not feel any such difference. He gave his or-
iera to his subordinates who never thought
:>f him as being a Jew. He was. body and soul,
i Soviet patriot ready to give his life for his
rounlry. So was his wife who was brought up
in school as a young Communist.
His rude awakening came soon after he
and his wife returned to Kiev from the front
at tlie end of the war. His wife, still hi mili-
tary uniform of a lieutenant, was standing in
a shopping line in a government department
BttBBB when a man in front of her tooto>d at
the war medal she wore and derisively said:
"Hey Jewess! Where did you pick up
this medal' Did you buy it in Tash-
kent? .'" He was implying that Jew3 who
wear medals for bravery have never been on
the battlefront. but spent the war years In
the distant city of Tashkent, in Soviet Asia.
His insult elicited no criticism on the part
>f any of the people who stood in the .shop-
ping line. On the contrary, some of them were
seemingly enjoying it.
"This." the former Soviet captain explained
to me, "w;is the first public anti-Semibc in-
sult we encountered. It did not take us long
to realize that similar insults were huiiud at
every Jew in public places with the authori-
ties tolerating it. We suddenly began to feel
that the Soviet Union was no longer our
country. We also became more and more
aware of our Jew ishness. It was painful to
tee the Inroads anti-Semitism was making
making among ignorant non-Jews In Kiev,
many of whom were not averse to collaborat-
ing with the Nazis during the occupation of
the city. Even more painful was the fact thai
nothing was undertaken by the authorities to
check the mowing anti-Semitic atmosphere
MRS. S. J.
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mechanic's Uniform Service
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
PHONE 377-4631
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave
FLAIR FASHIONS IN HAIR BEAUTY SALON
1401 N.E. 163rd Street
163rd St. Shopping Center
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Phone 891-6551
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 3734)062
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SEIDEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave. QX 1-8700
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FLEEMA2V III IC.IMlltS
HIIMAH BUILT MCAHS BfTIM BUILT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
GREETINGS TO Alt
"Tha Most Mo Jem is the Saeth" Masteries by
It AM.IIO ll AS 11 ltl\4. CO.
450 RW. 71St ST., MIAMI PH.* PI 1-2494
A Happy New Year To All
MAE M&XM0E
JEVIUAIS
8499 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 221-14^4
GREETINGS FROM
The Stiller end Touber
Families of
M. VMIIJH
*.* SOVN
Corner N:W. AT 21st ST.
Phone 379-3450-or 379-10221
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community,
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
18100 N.E. 14m Avenue
North Miami Beath
Phone 945-1134
A Happy New- Year To All
LEE'S
Prescription Pharmacy
nSCOLNT DBUG STORES
We carry complt ,e Selection
of Barton's Candies
Free Delivery
7880 Cora* Way 221-8228
401 Coral Way. C. Cables
448-1728
2525 8.W. 3 Ave. 864-3*2*
5888 Svnoet Drive- 881-7881
A Happy New Year To AM .
ROWS BEAUTY
SALON
20162 W. Dime Highway
JVllAeTell
Phone 949-9901
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A. L. PERPER.
JROKER
Dealing in General
Real Etfatejipr 45 Years i
In Honda
31iUn Miami Beach, Florida 33139
4NifwMuaa7ft^atj!i7
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r
Friday. Sept.. 17, 1971
Je-isfi ffrrrdfar
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which coii!: easily bo chocked by tho huge
Soviet pn7p.a.iit;d.i machine.
Economic'My.'- the dLsappoinlcd Soviet ex-
captain continued, "we had nothing t0 com-
plain .about. I returned to civilian lire as an
expert in or. industrial combine and my wife
returned to her work as a chemist. Neverthe-
less, we began to think in terms of seeking an
opportunity I i emigrate from the Soviet Union.
The opportunity came eventually when we
discoveivi thai we had relatives in Israel. We
contacted them md they sent us the necessary
document^ n led for reunification of families.
Y.V then i pli -d for permits to join our rela-
tivea in Israel and we received them rela-
tively 800 Etial is how we are here now.
We feel happy, we feel settled, and we con-
- let our [ i bad dream."
The atorj >f this family which consid-
ered It* .1 parcel of the Soviet people
until bitten ij unchecked anti-Semitism is
tl Btorj -lically every family reaching
Israel fe m '-.- Soviet Union. None of the
immigra lain of difficulties in earning
a livlih od I ill complain of government-
tolerated iti-Semitism.
Tin iv w.u an atmosphere of serenity in the
home ol tl Soviet Jewish family which I
visited ii vUv. An expert economist, the
former Red Ai :\ officer adjusted himself to
Israi Ii re nts. He now holds a position
high in I- economic system. His wife is
also engag usefully in Israel. They live in
comparative comfort and enjoy peace of mind.
During the few months in Israel, they
learned to speak Hebrew to a point that as-
tonished me, since Hebrew is no easy lan-
guage to learn for people who spoke only
Russian all their lives. They speak of Israel
with veneration and li^e high praise for the
assistance given to them by organs of the
Jewish Agency in training them to know
the land and the language, in providing them
with a comfortable dwelling, and in enabling
them to secure the kind of work for which
they are trained.
Other Jews from the Soviet Union with
whom I spent some .ire in Israel, s|>okc in a
similar vein. Some .it ,,vm are physicians.
They are lured by hospitals and other medical
institutions in the United Stales to come for
positions in American towns at an average
.salary of $400 a week. This is quite a tempting
offer, especially since the American Consulate
in Israel Is ready to Issue an immigration visa
to any physician accepting this offer. Yet no
immigrant doctor from the Soviet Union thinks
in trims of leaving Israel for the United
Slav's or for any othei country. The physici-
. ns remember especially the notorious "Doc-
tot Trial" in Moscow, and feel grateful that
they are today not in the Soviet Union but in
is I, where everybody is received with open
arms and aided to start life anew alter dec-
ades of life in constant fear in Russia.
(Copyright 1971, Jewtah Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
I
A Happy Ne v Year To All
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
Mario Castillo, Owner
724 N.W 21st Street
A Happy New Year To All
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
1404 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -:
TRULY NOUN
Frfefminofors
600 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
377-1411
Sol Megdell
HEALTOB
605 LINCOLN ROAD

Phone IE 8-8551
Holiday Greetings To The
JeWtsh Community

A. D. SMITH
REALTY CO.
260-96th Street
866-9755
Surfside, Florida
. '.
Oompfimants of
JERRY METZ
.
J <\ B AUTO
WRECKERS
949-2277
20* H.t Mtst ST.
North Miami Beach
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the New Year Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone: 758-3377
Holiday Greetings To All
MtCHCtSON'S TROPHIES
AWARDS and TROPHIES
FOB 4 VI OCCASION
30 N.E. 54th Street, Miami PL 4 4381
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL
71 IB Byron Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 866-7303
------------------------HOLIDAY SBEETDKSS
RED TOP
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
2206 N.W. 7th AVENUE SMALL JOBS OUR SPECIALTY
MOVINC-STORING-PACKING-CRATING
Phone 379-6163 "Serving Miami Since 1917"
BARNES OPTICAL SERVICE
1629 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-3383
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA 836-1930
-:- LEARN TO DRIVE ->
Ifeff MITH0D AUTO WNVIM* SCH001
SoW). MsrieVs Uraett m4 B>tf f> Certificate 4vsi/We
StaH Aafravtd QwRfied Instmcfors
442 2641 MS-4M2 2516 W. Hosier
891-6213 865-9448 -12945 W. Dixie Hwy N. Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ARTHUR L. FELDMAN INSURANCE
1492 West Ftagler Street, Miami
Phone 643-5212
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
7-11 FOOD STORES.._.
sJ\
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HOUSE OF T.V.
7002 S.W. 87th Avenue
Mami, Florida
Phone 271-9911
A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL .
WALDEN BOOK STORES
7571 DADELAND MALL
MIDWAC MALL
WESTLAND MAL
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
HOLLYWOOD MALL
WEST PALM BEACH MALL
POMPANO FASHION CENTER
TED KENNEDY
KENNEDY BEASLEY INC.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SUITE 805
LANGFORD BUILDING
Phone: 374-0574
To All of or Friend, end Neighbor*
Best Wishes for a Healthy and Prosperous New Year
MAYOR AND MRS.
MARVIN WEINSTEIN
SURFSIDE, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
VINCE SARNI'S SHALIMAR
STEAK HOUSE AND MOTEL
6200 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone: 758-6906
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CAPRICE INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd STREET
SOUTH MIAMI
PHONE: 667-0011
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. JOHN'S INTERIORS
2470 South 56th Avenue, Hollywood, Florida
Phone 961-0622
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MORRIS J. WHITE and FAMILY
WHITE STAR REALTY CO Phone 866-7966
1720-79th Street Causeway Professional Building
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SHAFFER'S AIR CONDITIONING
REPAIR SERVICE AND SALES
12444 N.E. 6th Court, North Miami, Florida
Phone 754-4262
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EM and STAN'S FLORIST
14601 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Phone 949-2456
4B Cwrtiw Parkway, Miami Springs Phone 887-7354


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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TALL and BIG MEN'S SHOP
1629 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach 822-2181
Also In
DADELAND SHOPPING CENTER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PUBLIC SOUND INC.
A SOPHISTICATED STEREO SERVICE CENTER
(Prompt Drive-In Service While You Wait!)
NEW HOME STEREO INSTALLATIONS
9385 Bird Road (S.W. 40 St.) 221-3031
Open 9-6 Daily and Saturdays
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
IT'S HEAVEN COIFFURES
5 EXPERT HAIRSTYLISTS
665-7597 665-7598 661-0181
9806 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FAIRLANES BOWLING CENTER
15950 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida <
Phone 945-2655
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NATURE'S OWN-HEALTH FOODS
VITAMINS MINERALS ALIMENTS
13305 N.W. 7th Avenue 688-0068
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MORT SASLAW REALTOR
16300 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
Phone 949-9336
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A. A. HERNANDEZ, REALTOR
1157 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1533
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BRIGHT STAR FISH MARKET, INC.
1676 N.E. 164th Street Phone 945-9431
FISH GROUND FREE!
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAROLYN ROSEN REALTY
2211 S.W. 67th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33155 Phone 261-6531
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FINE FISH and SEAFOOD
12565 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 891-0843
Gourmet Smoked Fish Free Home Delivery
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ETHEL A. BLAKE STUDIO-GALLERY
2829 Bird Avenue Phone 445-2922
"A Unique Concept Where Art Lovers Can
Consult and View the Artist At Work"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ART INSTITUTE OF MIAMI
ELWIN PORTER, Director
7804 N.E. 2nd Avenue 754-5688
Hours; 9-5 DaRy
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Friday, Sept. 17. 1971 m
Two Arab children, hospitalized for long-term treat-
ment at the Alyn Hospital for Crippled Children in
Jerusalem, chat quietly in the playroom. Alyn's Med-
ical Director is head of the Hadassah Hospital Ortho-
pedic Surgery Unit; its staff serves the new hospital,
freeing beds for acute and surgical patients at
Hadassah.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DAVID I. WHITE
WHITE STAR MANUFACTURING CO.
1805 N.E. 142nd STREET, NORTH MIAMI
Phone 949-9871
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JOSEPH SCHULTZ AND SONS, INC.
255 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 374-5174
A HAPPY NEW YEAR ...
JENNINGS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
17370 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
Phone 238-8231
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MISS JANE OF MIAMI, INC.
MEL WARSHAW
2600 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 635-2419
"For The Ultimate In Fashion"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HERBIE, DEBBIE, JAY
SUSAN and LEON SACHS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RUBINDALE KOSHER MEATS
2101 Coral Way
Phone 446-4766
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ALHAMBRA ART GALLERY
219 Alhambra Circle
Phone 448-3585
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .------------
FREDDIE'S BEAUTY SALON
1029 Kane Concourse, Bey Harbor Island, Miami Beach
865-7434
2501 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood Phone 929-1426
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Est. 1949
G and G RADIO and TV SERVICE
"Headquarters For The Best In Air Conditioning"
19573 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 624-0602
ALAMO CATERERS
"The Lord Is My Shepherd I Shall Not Went" (Bible)
9715 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
757-6031 7514835 MRS. LEE M. SEATON
Holiday Greetinqs
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Pricriptin Sp-nllliWl
BOB NfUON
Drugs
Cosmetics
Sundries
Free Delivery
6939 S.W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABIES
Phone 666-4425
Compliments of
PLAGER
BROS.
2340 N.W. 27th AVI.
NE 5-0905
A Happy New Year To All
CRUISE CASUALS
6650 N.W. 37th Avenue
Phone 691-1070
RAYMOND E HAMPSON
INSURANCE AGENCY
North Dade
IN^
SR-22 FILINGS
AutoFireLiability
LifeMarineHome
PREMIUM FINANCING
24 HOUR SERVICE
242 N.W. 183rd Street
CARFEL IMPORTS
SUPPLY, INC
LANGFORD BUILDING
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
374-5607
Happy New Year Greetings
HOWARD JOHNSON'S)
MOTOR LODGE
MIAMI BEACH
4000 Alton Ret
E. End of Airport x-way
532-4411


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We Jews face the same prob-
eW ^-J^s^oth^rJiilmaj1_beMj&iiace%.:
Put wc also stare in sharp focus
at a challenge which is ours and
ours alone: What do we want
the Jewish community to become
in this coming year? Shall we
continue to be content with the
drib* and drabs of concern we
have heretofore exhibited in the
area of Jewish education? Shall
the Jewish youth on college
campuses be permitted to spread
the miasma of sell-hate and in-
difference without some planned
and coordinated dialogue regard-
ing Jewish values?
What is needed is a dynamic
move! It is the "reconstitution"
of the Jewish people! What is
passionately required is a con-
ic rence embracing all religious,
cultural and philanthropic move-
ni( nti on the American scene.
ew
MRS. ELI EINBINDER,
MRS. LEON DE HERSH
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and
Friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
STANLEY J. ADLER and
JOSEPH H. SNYDER
Send GREETINGS From
the adpress
446 S.W. 8th St. 379-9022
Holiday Greetings To All
. FOURTEEN
K SHOP
1650Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
....
Telephone 531-6267
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
10102 N.W. South River Dr.
Medley, Florida
PHONE 8B8-8535
Holiday Greetings
to the
' Jewish Community
NORMANDY
CLEANERS
964 Normandy Drive
.Miami Beach
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OITCHICK, Pres.
We advocate more than an-
other shmoos or rap session. We
must ask, "What has our history
taught us? What makes us a
separate group entitled to posi-
tive survival? What must again
become the unique role of the
Humai ojjawarl?"
All our resources must be
poured into a joint program
which will re-emphasize our his-
toric commitment as a spiritual
and moral force in society. The
world needs to return to sanity
and become an "Agudah Ahat"
a "united band" as the High
Holy Day prayer stresses.
It is now or never for the Jew
and for all human beings. It calls
for the strengthening of Jewish
values a love of Jewish cul-
ture a return to the beauties
of home life a respect for Tor-
ah and all that it implies in
knowledge and experience. It
demands a move away from aim-
lessness to meaningfulness.
The Jew must commit himself
to all this, not only for his own
sake, but for the sake of man-
kind. It is nothing short of what
the holiday message and the Sho-
far call symbolizes establish-
ing "the Kingdom of God" on
earth.
I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
3890 N.W. 36th St.
634-8001 For Reservations
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosenberg
and Family
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
The Surf and Turf of f he Bahama's
12885 BISCAYNE BLVD .NORTH MIAMI PHONE 891-6700
MR. and MRS. MATTHEW G. ETTINGER
and CHILDREN
David Harry, Daniel Leon,
Phylis Yetta and Glenda Leese
wish their relatives and friends
a Happy New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FROM THE ...
BUTTER FAMILY
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TROPICAL OPTICAL CO.
9999 N.E. 2nd AVENUE 823-3690
BENJAMIN KOVEN
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
DECOR INC.
9446 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-0905
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK SILVER
HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGE
BLACKSTONE KOSHER
RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
Newly REFURBISHED ROOMS
Dial 538-1811
800 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
MICHAEL SOSSIN, L.L.D., President
MARVIN SOSSIN, Executive Director
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave.
FR 1-1426
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FROM
THE MILLER FAMILY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
lifltfKWlV MOVING
AND STORAGE
1204 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
APPLIANCE REPARIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
947-8041 1784 N.E. 163rd Street
To ALL GREETINGS WILLIAM E. WARSAW and SAUL ZALKA
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CAPT. S. HAMWAY
New Popeye
HAULOVER BEACH DOCK Phone Wl 7-3525
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JOHN F. ALLISON
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY INC.
Harry and Freda Siegel
685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 531-6173
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLY
Paul BarnettFred ChekanowSol Schreiber
228 N.E. 59th Street 754-3457
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING'
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE
Ph. 757-4893
FOXY LADY BOUTIQUE
1732 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 865-1016
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
CommercialIndustrialAir ConditioningWiring
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
8508 S.W. 129th Tor., Perrine CE 5-3616


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The above u a replica of a batik
by the Israeli artist Tamara Tamir.
The artist ha= attempted to capture
the atmosphere and feeling of the
Holy City with its stained gl*M
window effect of arches, doorway*,
mosques and temples. Menor.ilv. arc
in sight everywhere and above it all,
a soaring bird that could be an
eagle or a dove, crosses the sun that
bathes the Holy City of Jerusalem
in golden light Courtesy of El
Al Israel Airlines.


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When Does A Jewish Fraternity With Gentile
Members Stop Being A Jewish Fraternity?

(Continued from Page 12-D)
muting the same Jewish pros-
pects they used to regularly re-
buff.
Mr. Auslander contended that
his fraternity has been successful
in staying alive on campus by in-
viting Gentiles as members. In
1%6, ZBT had one chapter at the
Madison campus, with 10D mem-
bers. Now. five years later, there
ore six ZBT units in Wisconsin,
with a combined membership of
nt least 225 members. He con-
ceded that the total number of
Jewish members has numbered
about the same, with "no net
change" during that period, how-
ever.
But this survival policy does not
work on campuses where Jewish
fraternity "traditions" exist
against Gentile members, Mr. Aus-
lander reported. The ZBT chap-
ter in Madison has remained ex-
clusively Jewish throughout its
50-year history, despite numerous
efforts to extend membership to
Gentile members and despite the
transition of the national frater-
nity to a point where an average
of one of two members in all 15'
undergraduate chapters is not Jew
ish. He concluded that the futui
was bleak for the Jewish frateri
ity that found itself unable t
break with a past tradition of
totally Jewish membership, as op
posed to the new hybrid chapte
that has adjusted to its enviror.
ment by accepting Gentiles.
ZBT and AEPI at Marquette an-
ZBT at Wisconsin University ha*
gone just about as far as the
could go in this direction. Mr. Au
lander reported. Those chapter
are now made up entirely of Ger.
!''e members.
LAJltat s \~*oohim
Bv RUTH SIKKIS
This cheese ball Ls handy when you are ex|ecting company.
It can be prepared several days In advance and its taste improves
under refrigeration. The ball is covered with chopped walnuts and
is lovely to look at. You can serve the cheese ball at a cocktail
ty. luncheon or at a "coffee and dessert get-together." Ar-
e around the ball a variety of thin crackers and fresh fruit.
The pleasure will Ik- all yours.
CHEESE BALL
1 tsp. salt
'a tsp. white pepper
Dash red hot pepper
(optional)
% cup chopi>ed walnuts
8 oz.s. cream cheese
s ozs. very sharp
chedder type cheese
1 small onion
' t bell pepper
_' this, brandy
Allow the cream cheese to reach room temperature. Grate
the cheddar chese on a very fine grater. Peel the onion and chop
it very finely. Chop the bell pepper into small cubes. Mix the
cheese with the onion and pepper. Add salt, pepper, brandy and
x well. Chill in the refrigerator till it hardens. Form a ball
and roll it in the chopped walnuts to cover it completely. Wrap
the ivill in a piece of aluminum foil and chill for six hours or
overnight,
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ft ft
Rosh II ishanah is again at our doorstep. The beautiful holi-
lay period will bring lots of guests, relatives and friends to our
homes. Preparing favorite dishes for them Is indeed a pleasant
iob, and I hope sou will enjoy preparing potato knishes for fam-
ly use and entertaining. The recipe is a basic one, and you may
adapt ami change the fillings to your liking using meat, liver or
isha. (Be sure that the fillings are fully cooked and seasoned
efore you wrap them with the dough). If you want to make
your life a little easier, you may also use the same ingredients,
but Instead of preparing individual knishes. make a long "knisli"
that looks like a jelly-roll, and then cut it into serving pieces.
POTATO KNISHES
roiir;h:
-li cups all purpose flour
1 cup margarine
2 this, vinegar
1 tsp. salt
1 cup water
2 tb!s. margarine
Filling:
2 cupc mashed potatoes
(or instant mashed potatoes I 1 tsp salt
2 this dehydrateed onion flakes Dash popper
Topping:
2 this, water 1 egg yolk
2 oz. sesame seed
Prepare the dough one day in advance, because it needs
overnight refrigeration. Bring the water to a boil, add the mag-
garine and stir until it melts. Remove from heat and add the
vinegar and salt. Sift the flour into a bowl and add the water
and margarine. Stir well to blend all ingredients. Stir for two
minutes and cover with wax paper and refrigerate.
Before you start preparing the knishes, heat the oven to
300 degrees F. To prepare the filling, combine the mashed potato
with onion, margarine, salt and pepper; mix well.
Divide the dough into two balls for easier rolling. Sprinkle
with Hour and roll to a thin leaf. Cut into 3-4 inch circles. On
each circle put a heaping teasix>on of filling. Moisten the edges
with a drop of water, then fold over and seal by pressing the
edges together. For better sealing, pinch the edges. Repeat till
all the dough is finished.
Dilute one egg yolk with two tablespooas cold water; brush
the tops of the knishes with this mixture. Sprinkle sesame seeds
over the wet surface. Arrange on a baking sheet and bake for
30 minutes until the tops of the knishes are golden brown. Yields
about 30 knishes.
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High Hopes and
Best Wishes for
the Coming \ ear.
claoc, Yjyy ojaAj
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ANGIE'S
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SALON
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Plus Friday Evening's
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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(Fri. and Sat. Night Til 1 A.M. Phona 444-2933
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PICADILLY PEARLS
2859 BIRD AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLORIDA
Phone 448-7127

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DAILY BREAD INC.
BAKERS OF FAMOUS "PITA BREAD"
123 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33135
Phone 643-1303
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
T. S. BUDD OPTICIANS
10S.E. 2nd Ave, Miami
7400 N. Kendall Drive, Miami
262 Andalusia, Coral Gables
4980 W. 10th Ave., Hialeah
Phone 446-0291
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BARRE PAINTING COMPANY
3503 E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691-5785
Painting and Paper Hanging
Free Estimates at No Obligation
RICHARD SIDOTE, Owner
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mr, and Mrs. William Raf kind
and Family
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES
For All Your Photographic Needs
At The Right Prices
2645 S.W. 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33133
Phone 4444)252
LUSKIN HI FIDELITY
1825 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 944-7790
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY,
HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
JOY FOR THE SEASON and THE YEAR ROUND
FROM .
ARROW CRAFT PRINT COMPANY
"CUSTOM CRAFTED SILK SCREEN PRODUCTS''
3211 Bird Avenue, Coconut Grove, Florida
Phone 443-1676
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Start your students and newlyweds off
right for the holidays with a Savings Policy
from Equitable Life Insurance Co.
Call HOWARD PITTS
Phone 445-0481 371-5691
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BILL L0CKW00D INSURANCE
1501 EAST 4TH AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
PHONE 887-1561
Envoys From Middle East In Same
Hall But Worlds Apart
,
(Continued from Page 2-D)
scientist and iiutt.or, after compar-
ing the eventual impact of the
onUm:iiic*idni"sitre't11tes mum-til*
whole human raee to that of the
telephone on the "so-railed devel-
oped so:-ieties." told the lunelieon
quests: "You have just signed the
first draft of the Articles of Fed-
erations of the Dotted States of
Karth." But there was no indica-
tion his prophecy moved any of
the Middle Kasterners toward
netgtlborllneM in their own neigh-
borhood.
Egypt, which like Syria, the Su-
dan, Iraq and Libya, severed dip-
lomatic relations with the United
States after the 19:".T war. was
represented at the ceremony by
Dr. Mounir Zahran. a top officer in
the Egyptian "interests section" in
Washington. In Cairo, the United
States maintains a similar section
which Ls an embassy in virtually
all except name.
Dr. Zahran, however, did not
ign, although it was announced by
the Department only the day be-
fore that he would. Iraq, Libya,
Saudi Arabia, Iran. France, Wesl
Germany and Mexico also were
among the 29 nations, that arc par-
ties to the agreements but did not
si0nr,n>'nl- ...
Department officials explained
that the Inited States as the de-
pository country for the agree-
ments requires official authority
in writing from the participntinn
government before its envoy is
eligible to sign the documents.
They said that in most eases among
the non-signers the necessary doc-
i.meiitation did not reach Wash-
ington in time.
Others present, however, thought
that some countries de!il>oi ately
postponed signing as a gesture of
displeasure with the United States
(or its large measure oi power in
the organization, or pique at cir-
cumstances in the Middle East.
Yugoslavia, which signed, Is the
only Communist country that i< a
party to the agreements.
Intelsat's operating machinery
is expected to i>egin functioning
next year after 54 countries of the
a the interim consortium that
dri w up the agreements ratify
them. A secretary-general and in-
ternational staff will be Installed
at headquarters in Washington. The
Communications Satellite Corpora-
tion (COMSAT >. chartered by
Congress in 19H2. will be the over-
all manager. American ownership
and control in the organization is
limited to 40%, based on invest-
ment.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NEUMAN'S AWNING SERVICE, Inc.
1642 N.E. 123rd STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 891-1754
MARK ZLUTA
THE STAfF OF DOMINION LTD.. INC.
wish our many friends here in Miami
and also our associates and friends in New York
the Very Best of Health and a Happy New Year
DOMINION LTD. INC.
585 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 751-7121
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MAWS
KOHY SHOP
1490 N.E. 123rd Street
Phone 757-4729
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PHIL PALM PLUMBING
REPAIRS ALTERATIONS
Phone 891-8576
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHURCHMAN'S FURNITURE
35 South Flagler Avenue Homestead, Florida
_______ Phone -247-1350
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .------------------
PIERRE MERCHANT TAILOR
1104 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida
____________ Phone 531-3812
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .---------------------
McGAHEY CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Inc.
1930 N.E. 2ND AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33132
_______________ PHONE 379-6516
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ----------------'
LIEBERMAN COURTESY MOVERS
Local and Long Distance Packing and Storage
1892 N.E. 151st ST. Miami, Florida
Phone 947-7765
COMPLIMENTS OF
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
659 N.W. 115th STREET
688-9692
A Happy New Year To All
MID-TOWN
PLUMBERS, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
STAR TRAVEL
226- 71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
8650357
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BLUE BIRD
BAKERIES
9449 Miller Drive
Phone 271-1235
4'


Friday, Sept. 17. 1971
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SlieUey R. Lipson Becomes the Bride Of Robert J. Conn
Page 5-B
Shelly RuUi L.'iwon became the
bride of Robert Joel Covin at Beth
| Congregation on Sunday.
Si 5. Il.Jv'.is Sol Landau and
Klizer A. Levi and Cantors Wil-
liam W. Liiifion and Abraham (Cos-
ter officiated at the 3 p.m. cere-
monies, which \v< re followed by a
reception and dinner at the syna-
gogue:
The newlyweda are the children
ol Cantor and Mis. William W.
Lipson and Mr. and Mrs. Michwl
C'ovin.
The new Mrs, C'ovin is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High School.
She received her B.A. degree in
ilogy and Speech Pathology
from the Univi rsity of Miami and
!y completed i year of grad-
study in audiology at Emory
University School of Medicine.
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Miami Palmetto Senior High
School, attended Emory Univer-
;md received Ma B.s. degree
from the School of Hotel Adminis-
tration at Cornel! L'niversity. He
has recently accepted the position
ol Director of Food Servieee at
North Carolina State University at
Raleigh.
The bride selected a gown of
eggshell white Jersey maricane.
MRS. ROBERT J. COVIN
The liigh-rise bodice and cuffs of
the bishop sleeves were roembroid-
ered with floral Guippere lace, and
a matching headpiece held her
chapel-length veil.
Denise Lipson was her sister's
maid of honor. Mrs. Ray Apple-
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baum. Mrs. Barry Covin, Sue Ru-
ben, Janet Seitlln, and Kathl Wein-
Iraub were bridesmaids. H. J.)hn
McDar^h was best man. and Val
Darby, Barry Covin. Brad Bmmer
Joe Km.-,/, and Norman Lipson
served as ushers.
Grandparents of the newlyv^ds
fc and MiaL. Fred Bvink.-r ol
Aicron, rjHo, and Mr. iTn.1 Mrs.
Isaac Enrnier of Miami, were in-
cluded in the bridal parly.
After honeymooning in North
Carolina, the couple will make
their homo in Raleigh.
Raskins Announcing
Jean's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin of
S010 SW 118th St., announce the
engagement of their daughter. Jean
EHse, to Myron J. Rayvis. the son
>!' Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis ol
1324 SW 18th St.
A December wedding is being
planned.
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Rosh Hashanah Greetings
To All From Jerusalem
WORK BEGINS ON SITE OF THE NEYI SHA ARE ZEDEK COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER
On the 16th of July 1971, on one of the
fabled Judean hills which surround Jerusalem,
a sudden burst of activity disturbs the earth
and stones which have lain quietly for gen-
erations. The hustle and bustle of people com-
ing and going, of measurements and plans,
is part of the Jerusalem of today and of tomor-
row it is the groundwork for the new Shaare
Zedek Community Medical Center.
Throughout the world the name of Jeru-
salem conjures images of history and religion.
It evokes memories of past glories and ancient
traditions. But Jerusalem of today is more than
the heritage of centuries it is a living city,
reunited and whole, the capital of the State of
Israel.
The dream of a return to Jerusalem is
now a reality. Thousands of Israelis, immi-
grants from the four corners of the world, pil-
grims and tourists flock to the Holy City. New
houses, hotels, streets, stores, playgrounds and
other facilities of urban life are being con-
structed daily to accommodate them. Jeru-
towards the future, so Shaare Zedek must
grow and expand. The present hospital con-
structed in 1902, continues to provide the best
medical care to all, but the crowded corridors
yearn for space, the cramped quarters for
room to place better and more modern equip-
ment, and the service facilities for the auto-
mation of the world of tomorrow.
Thus the new Shaare Zedek Medical Cen-
ter will soon rise as a part of the Jerusalem
of the future. Its capacity will be doubled to
500 beds. A research Center, Nursing Educa-
tional Center, Outpatient Clinic building and
other ancillary facilities will combine to cre-
ate an outstanding teaching hospital, a hos-
pital for the young and the old, for the citizens
of Jerusalem and of Israel.
On a hill in Bet Hakerem, a suburb in
Israel's Capital, Shaare Zedek Community
Medical Center, famous throughout the coun-
try as the 'hospital with a heart,' will continue
to maintain its history of pioneering in medi-
cal care. The new facilities will allow the con-
salem has become the fastest growing city in
the country. More than 300,000 Jews and
Arabs live in the city now some in the Old
City which dates back to the days of King
David and Solomon, others in the new Jeru-
salem which has grown up in the past half
century. In the next ten years the population
will reach one half million.
For the newcomers as well as the old
timers in the city, the immigrants and the na-
tive Israeli, Jew. Christian and Moslem, there
is a hospital to provide medical care the
first Jewish hospital built outside the walls of
the Old City Shaare Zedek. But just as Jeru-
salem is growing, just as the city is looking
PROF. DAVID M. MAEIR, M.D., Director General, Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem
MR. MAX STERN, Chairman of the International Board of Directors, New York
Southeast Region 605 Lincoln Rd., Suite 502, Miiami Beach, Florida Tel. 531-8329
cept of community medicine to bridge the gap
between the hospital, the private physicians
and the people. Physicians, nurses, physio-
therapists and social workers will take the
skills of the hospital into patients' homes in a
highly developed program of home care treat-
ment.
The Geriatrics Department, with its spe-
cial facilities to make the aged more comfort-
able another of the present Shaare Zedek's
'firsts' will be able to treat more patients in
the future. All in all, the New Shaare Zedek
will be a part of growing Jerusalem and grow-
ing Israel.


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Friday. Sept. 17, 1971
Bonita J. Basile
And Luke Ross
Exchange Vows
Bonita Jean Basile and Luke
Anthony Rosa exchanged their mar-
riage vows before Rabbi Norman
Shapiro and Cantor Richard
Browdy Thursday, Sept. 2, in
ceremonies which took place at 8
prill in the Dora! Hotel. Miami
Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Paul-
ine Basils and Frank Basile of
Cleveland, Ohio, graduated from
Oh:.i University, Athens, Ohio. Her
husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ross. l.'.T Shore Drive West, is a
eradu.ite of the University of
Miami.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Ross selected a gown of ivory
mossaic lace with satin ribbon trim
and ruffled sleeves and a mantilla-
like veil. She Was attended by her
sisters and sister-in-law,. Mrs. Wil-
liam C. King, matron of honor, and
bridesmaids Mrs. Warren Lamb.
Mrs. Dennis M. Fill, and Mrs
Frank J. Basile. Her niece, Kelly
Ann King, served as flower girl.
The groom's brother. Bruce S.
Ross, was bast man; ushers in-
cluded John Marzullo. John Re-
viere, Dr. Bertram Brown and
Frank Lavecchia.
After a weekend in Paradise Is-
land. Nassau, they will be at home
at 7.326 SW 80th St. Plaza.
Happenings
Miami Mayor David T. Ken-
nedy is receiving a special
award from the Florida South
Chapter of the American Insti-
tute of Architects for "seeking
design excellence and beauty in
his city," according to an an-
nouncement made by AIA pres-
ident Thuniton Hatcher.
Enid Bolker Bride
Of Harris H or rath
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Bolker
of Miami have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Enid
Anne Bolker. to Harris Horvath.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Rase Horvath of Miami.
The wedding took place Sunday.
Aug. 29 at Beth David Congrega-
tion. On their return from a honey-
moon in Europe, the newlyweds
will live in Miami Beach.
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Sunday Ceremony
For Melissa Sacks
And Jay M. Toblin
The former Melissa Robin Sacks
and Jay Michael Toblin exchanged
marriage vows on Sunday, Sept.
12. with Rbui. Norman* Shapiro
officiating, the 12:30 p.m. cere-
mony was held at the Famous
Restaurant where the bridegroom
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah eight
years ago.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sacks, 11360
SW 52nd St.. and Mrs. Dora Tob-
lin. 1095Sylvania Blvd., W. Miami,
and the late Harry Toblin.
The bride was attended by Cath-
. rine Jean Press, matron of honor,
and the groom's best man was his
brother, Steve Chait. Among ash-
en were George Kagan. Scott
Radel, Mike Backer and Hilly
Morrison.
The A-line wedding gown, de-
signed by the bride, was fashioned
of lace over white satin. A wide
bolder of white satin formed the
hem and was repeated at the neck-
line with turned back collar. The
full lace sleeves with deep French
cuffs were fastened with hand-
made satin rosettes. The bridal
bouquet was made up of an ar-
rangement featuring carnations,
daises and pink roses.
The new Mrs. Toblin graduated
MRS. JAY M. T081IV
from Southwest Miami Senior HigH
and attended Miami-Dade Junior
College. Her husband is
of Miami Coral Park High and la
presently attending the University
)f South Florida where h.' i
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fia-
ternity.
The couple, who met when they
were both members of Temple
Zion USY where the bride's fam-
ily have been members since its
inception, will live in Tampa after
i honeymoon tour of Florida.
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