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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 8, 1972

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02275

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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T "Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY
43 Number 36
Miami, Florida Friday, September 8, 1972
Ten Sections Price $2.00
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*Je*isl> ntridiar
Friday. Septerrier I
Barrv Kutun Rims
For State's House
Pro-Nixon And Pro-McGovern Groups
Spring Up Among Israel's U.S. Gtizens
JERUSALEM iJi'.-\>Partisan | A pro-McGovern group. "Ameri-
politfa over America's Presiden- | cans in Israel for McGovern." was
tial elect if >as has begun in Israel. I established at about the same stricter regulation
Pro-Nixon and pro-MrGovcrn I time. No statistics on its member- nursing hfomes to insure "that
poups have sprung up among .the j ship were immediately available. thLs muUi-milBon dollar-industry
S 0 permanent American resi- but it is said to be headed by Dr. provides real care and not just
Barry Kutun. candidate for the
State House of Representatives.
Distiict 99. this week urged
of Florida's
i!< nta and olim- although the Miron-Sheskin. a retired Russian-
er involved initially is small, speaking lawyer from the United
A group supporting the reelec- i States who heads the Association
f <.n of President Nixon was estab- [ of Professional Immigrants from
Usher] here last week with a mem- i the USSR.
Itiship of 15; most of them are
f,iim who have retained their U.S.
< t/enship and thus will be able
t-i cast absentee ballots.
The group is headed by a 39-
yi-ar-old former New York real
-tate man. Michael Kaniel. who
I entitled himself as a former of-
ficer of the Union of Orthodox
' >--h Congregations of America
pnd a member of the board of
.h I'mesorah.
Foreign Ministry Denies
Secret Peace Offer Story
JERUSALEM IJTA) -- A For-
e gn Ministry spokesman has flat-
:-nied a story in the current
issue fif Time magazine claiming
that Israel made a secret peace
to Bgypt, The spokesman
s- Id nothing new has happened on
liplomatic frfint sin. d Premier
Lapham Seeks Seat
David M. Lapham. mayor of
North Miami Beach, feels that the
ci eat ion of four new seats in the
state legislature affords an op-
portunity in his district to in-
Golda Meir's July 26 speech to the crease Darte's representation of
J n sset, in which she appealed to men with municipal experience.
Egypt's President Anwar Sadat to
enter into direct negotiations.
Time reported mat Israel pro-
I immediate negotiations to
( airo and offered to return more
t: ii two-thirds of the Sinai penin-
Bi la. The news weekly also claim-
ie proposal was transmitted
to < aim through American inter-
ii diartos two weeks ago, but
dent Sadat had made no re-
i rise.
custody of Senior Citizens."
"We know that in this country
more than one million Senior Cit-
izens endure the final years of
their lives in our nation's 24.000
nursing homes. A good many of
these homes are located in Flor-
ida." Mr. Kutun said.
' And while we have many fine
nursing homes, too many are
simply .varehouses for the dying.
I want the strongest regulations
possible to insure the best physical
conditions and better training for
nursing homes to insure "that
Mr. Kutun Mid the legislature
on's reelection would "be "better" sh"ul'' ,set 2 rewards .and unce"-
for Israel" than a McGovern ad- **" toL ,hose n.ursin* home*
ministration "*" offer. e|ar>; an(1
which are aimed at rehabilitation
rather than custodial care.
Other members include Mrs. Hal
Lieberman. a New York lawyer
teaching in Israel; Judith Robin,
who once worked in the John F.
Kennedy campaign headquarters,
and Samuel Felman of Pittsburgh,
who has business interests in
Haifa.
The pro-Nixon group, which has
begun campaigning among the
American colony, claims that Nix-
L' SHONA TOVA
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New Year is to invest in an Israel
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Wishes to extend best wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Yea
to all people
throughout the world
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Over thirty five years
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ride-'. September 8, 1972
*Jknist fhridtSann
Page 3-A
We of B'nai B'rith extend
^ Greetings for the New Year
The Officers and Brothers of the 33 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.
HOWARD M. NEU
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florid* Ledges
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1972-1973
President HOWARD M. NEU, 1001 N.E. 125 St., No. Miami, Fla. 33161
President-fleet DAVID TOW
Vice-President JOSEPH BUTLER
Vice-President HENRY HOWARD
Vice-president ALLAN WILSON
Vice-President FRED SNYDER
Treasurer 0EOROE LEVY, 2122 N.E. 167 St., N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
Secretary HARRY MARCOU, 910 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Fla. 33141
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1972-1973
949-8526
864-8946
TRUSTEES
EERNARD AUSTEIN
SOt KATE
MARVIN KIRSCH
KOAH SMYIER
JACK SPARENS
MAX MARIN
JOSEPH MONDRES
HERMAN NUDELMAN
WILLIAM THOMPSON
SIDNEY RiTTER
BERT BROWN
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD
JACK M. FINK
JOSEPH GORINSTEIN
ARTHUR HORWITZ
JACK KIRSCHBAUM
SUPREME LODGE REGIONAL MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR IN HORIDA '
JACK R. GLICK, 18021 N.E. Biscayne, Apt. 1804, No. Miami Beach, Fla.
I OIM.IS rOMPICIMX. IIWAI B'llITII
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
CORAl GABLES LODGE NO. 1682
}-'. Murray, President
Vtets at Temple Or Olom
' P.M. 3rd Tuesday
DOELAND LODGE NO. 2846
Tntodore Sakowitz, President
Meets at Dade Federal-
104th St., & S. Dixie Hwy.
I F.M. 4th Thursday
KEY WEST, FLORIDA
A2E AR0N0VITZ LODGE NO. 2518
Bemie Traub, President
Meetl at B'nai Zion Synagogue
C P.M. 3rd Wednesday
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SCOPUS LODGE NO. 2718
Arthur Herti, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Bldg.
7 P.M. 4th Monday
SH01EM LODGE No. 1024
Dr. Reubin Sorkin, President
Meets at Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th St.
8 p.m. second Tuesday
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
G010 COAST LODGE No. 2608
Richard Essen, President
Seocoast Towers
8 P.M. third Tuesday
HHIKVA LODGE No. 2632
Jack Brown, President
American Savings and Loan
Lincoln and Alton Roads
8 p.m. fourth Wednesday
N0TEL EXECUTIVE
HOSPITALITY LODGE No. 2690
Hotvey Weinberg, President
Various Hotels
Noon Friday
JU0EA LODGE No. 2500
Abe Checkman, President
Roney Plaza
8 p.m. second Tuesday
MIAMI LATIN LODGE No. 2796
Joe Sharpe, President
Sephardic Jewish Center
645 Collins Ave.
8 p.m. first Sunday
MACCABEE LODGE No. 2S79
George Kotin, President
Forte Towers
7:30 p.m. third Tuesday
MIAMI BEACH LODGE No. 1591
Moe Reiffen, President
100 Lincoln Rd.
8 p.m. lost Monday
SPORTS LODGE No. 2834
Hal Blitman, President
Jefferson National Bank
41st Street
8 p.m. first Thursday
BAY HARBOR SURFSIDE, FLORIDA
FREEDOM LODGE No. 2421
Herman Nudelman, President
Surfside Community Center
8 p.m. fourth Monday
NORTNSHORE LODGE No. 1744
Harry Marcou, President
Surfside Community Center
8 p.m. first Tuesday
NORTH DADE, FLORIDA
BRANDEIS LODGE No. 2705
Joseph Sussman, President
Point East
8 p.m. second Monday
FRIENDSHIP LODGE No. 2795
Morris Slavik, President
Buckley Towers
8 p.m. third Monday
DEDICATION LODGE No. 2743
Julian Breakstone, President
Jade Winds
8 p.m. second Thursday
DREYfUS LODGE No. 2775
Max Uecker, President
Windsor Towers
8 p.m. third Monday
HONORARY TRUSTEES
SAM NIEBERG
E. ALBERT PALLOT
SAMUEL PASC0E
JACK ROSENBERG
SAM I. SILVER
LEO STEINMAN
MALCOLM FROMBERG
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SOUTHERN REGIONAL LODOE SERVICES O.RECTOR
PHILIP COHEN, 2560 N.E. 215th St. North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
COUNCIL OF MM Til FLORIDA MMMiKS
MAIMONIDES LODGE No. 2812
Bill Rashkin, President
Star lakes Condominium
10 a.m. first Sunday
HARMONY LODGE No. 2463
Sonny Levitt, President
Washington Federal
633 N.E. 167th St.
8 p.m. fourth Monday
ISRAEL LODGE No. 2676
Sid Schwarzbach, President
Moorings
10 a.m. third Sunday
ME-AMI LODGE No. 2393
Lou Hymson, President
Financial Federal
650 K.W. 183rd St.
8:30 p.m. third Tuesday
NORTH DADE LODGE No. 2043
Mel Feigeles, President
Washington Federal
N.E. 167th Street
8 p.m. third Tuesday
MITZVAH LODGE No. 2863
Robert Lynn, President
Washington Federal
Joe Sharpe, Presilent
8 p.m. first Tuesday
LEVI ESHKOL LODGE No. 2786
Sol Kenner, President
Rolling Green Condominium
8 p.m. last Wednesday
SINAI LODGE No. 2709
Maurice Katz, President
New Horizon Condominium
8 p.m. fourth Thursday
SUN\Y ISLE LODGE No. 2806
Hiram Goldstein, President
Arlen House
8 p.m. fourth Tuesday
WEITZMAN LODGE No. 2727
Irv Halpcrn, President
Forum Condominium
8 p.m. second Tuesday
COLONEL MARCUS LODGE No. 2884
Bob Feintjcld, President
Century 21
HAVEN LODGE No. 2903
Milt Coren, President
Del Prado Condominium
HAYM SOLOMON LODGE No. 2885
Robert Bank, President
Winston Towers
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CITY
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STATE OR PROVINCE
I AM Of THE JEWISH FAITH AND PLEDGE MYSELf TO SUPPORT
THE HIGH IDEALS AND PURPOSES Of B'NAI B'RITH
19
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HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A MEMBER?
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HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry
to help build character in our youth
to build an informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your cominunity
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 Humanity Everywhere


Page 4-A
TJmisiifhrkBari
Prtday. September


*>2r>2n rcno nAtt
Their Choice Has Special Meaning
There are some dark comers left in the world where
slave trade is still practiced. Golda Meir told the Knesset
in her magnificent statement on the latest Soviet tactic
against Jews who wish to emigrate to Israel. Not only is
ransom being demanded for some, but the jailing of others
is reported each day as one of the most powerful nations
in the world continues its oppression.
This is not merely the struggle of Soviet Jewry but
that of world Jewry and, in a real sense, of all peoples
wherever they live for it violates both the letter and the
spirit of the United Nations charter and some of its most
important declarations. A wave of protest has spread
throughout the world, some from official sources, although
our own government continues to remain silent at a time
when it is in a good position to put pressure on the Soviet
leaders.
At this time of the year, in particular, what is taking
place in Russia is a challenge to all of us to support the
courageous Soviet Jews in their fight for freedom Our soli-
darity will be an important factor in bringing about their
release. Their choice of life as Jev/s in Israel over the living
death to which they have been condemned in the Soviet
Union has special meaning during our High Holy Days
season.
Emphasis Is On Major Objective
Greater Miami's YM-YWHA has just released a 36-
page booklet describing its 1972-73 program of activities,
which ranges from informal Jewish education to group
services and recreation for all ages at all hours.
Not too many years ago the Jewish Center movement
throughout the country was under attack for its lack of
Jewish content. A careful reading of the 1972-73 brochure
reveals, however, that the emphasis is once again on the
major objective of helping Jewish individuals of all ages
in their cultural and physical development as American
Jews.
'"Jewish Florid ian
OFFICE and PLANT120 N.E. 6th Stebt Telephone J7J-4403
P.O. Box 2973. Miami. Florida 33101
Feed K. Shochbt
Editor and Publisher
Selma M. Thompson
Assistant to Publisher
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4 Of Tha Marchandiaa Advertised In Its Column..
| Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Ploridian
Becond-Claaa Posts*e Paid at Miami, Fla.
Tha Jewish Floridlan haa absorbed tha Jewish Unity and tha Jewish Weekly
B&HZJfX* Jiwi* Telegraphic Agency, Seven ArU Faatvre Syndicate,
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Out of Town Upon Requast
Friday, September 8, 1972
Volume 45
29 ELUL 5733
Number 36

J^shonah
tovah
Message Is To Each Indvidual
The new year which Jews all over the world began to
usher in tonight the year 5733 of our tradition is also
the 25th year of the rebirth of Israel, giving added signifi-
cance and dimension to the 10-day period known as the
Days of Reverence.
Unlike most of the holidays on our distinctive calendar,
neither Rosh Hashanah nor Yom Kippur which follows are
tied to any historical event in the life of the people of
Israel. The message is to each person as an individual
reguiring a search of his inner self, and his relationships
with others. In this sense, the silver anniversary of the
miracle which gave us back the land of our fathers must
provide each of us with the insight to understand our-
selves as Jews and also the depth of our commitment to
our people wherever they may live.
The beginning of our new year is a time for family,
for joy. We wish this to all our readers and to all Jewry in
this year and in the years to come.
MATTER OF FACT

fcy JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON "I'm sure
of one thing. The war will be
over. The war won't be hang-
ing over us in a second term."
These remarkable words were
spoken by the President of the
United States to this reporter's
colleague-brother, Stewart Al-
sop of Newsweek.
The statement is not only re-
markably interesting, in and of
itself. It also deserves considera-
tion for the important bght it
casts on the intensely secretive
negotiations being carried on
with the North Vietnamese by
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger.
ONE THING is obvious about
the famous secret talks that
have taken place this summer
Sen. George McGovern was dead
wrong when he charged that
these talks were a kind of politi-
cal smokescreen organized by
the President to deceive the
American public.
Or perhaps one should say
that Sen. McGovern was dead
wrong, unless his friends and
admirers in Hanoi have taken
leave of their wits.
After all. two parties are need-
ed in a conference room, even
for the most secret of secret
talks. If the North Vietnamese
J
had not wanted to talk, it would
have been supremely easy to
refrain from sending Le Due
Tho to meet with Dr. Kissinger
THIS POINT was stressed
some time ago by Dr. Kissinger
himself. The occasion was a
meeting with Republican sena-
tors whose help was wanted by
the President in one of the Sen-
ate's endless rows about Viet-
nam. At this meeting, the Kis-
singer theme was: "Give the
talks a chance." He ended re-
marking sardonically:
"You have to suppose that the
talks really do have a chance,
unless you prefer to suppose
that the leaders in Hanoi are
eager for President Nixon's re-
election."
Sen. MeGovern's charge is
evidence enough, in turn for the
unchallengeable truth of Dr Kis-
singer's analysis. The mere fact
of secret talks going on has
been marginally helpful to Pres-
Wrat Nixon. That was why Sen.
plaWvPrn W8S S angry' QUUe
THE NEXT question is there-
fore, just why the negotiations
nave a real chance now, when
so many previous attempts of
the same sort have so conspic-
uously failed. Here, the most
probable answer is to l>e found
in the Soviet and Chinese Com-
munist warnings to Hanoi pre-
viously reported in this space.
Both the Soviets an.i the Chi-
nese fairly grimly warned the
Hanoi leadership that If no set-
tlement could be reached be-
fore the American election, they
must certainly expect a newly
re-elected President Nixon to
be vastly rougher, toucrher and
harder to deal with. Get the
best settlement you can now, or
expect far worse later," w*5
the essence of these warnings by
the two big brothers. And they
were accompanied by a fur-
ther warning that the Presi-
dent's re-election was all but
dead certain.
In the President's remark to
Stewart Alsop. the same theme
was obviously implicit. If he B
re-elected as all now expect, and
if there has been no settlement
in the interval, a great increa^
of presidential raughness ar
toughness must certainly
anticir>atcd.
The President's steely franK;
ness on this point in both P
Continued On Pans 7-A
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Friday. September 8. 1972
>Jci*ti ncrMton
Page 5 A
Will Tragedy In Munich Awaken The World?
. r x K.

30 Years After Dachau
By SPECIAL REPORT
MUNICH. West Germany A
bacabre tale of violence and death
nhich marred the proud history of
Jlympic competitkMi ended at the
erman Air Force base of Fur-
Itenfeldhruck early Wednesday
kith the slaying of nine Israeli
Ithletes held as hostages.
During a violent gunfight which
^can at the airbase which was
headquarters for United States Air
force units in Bavaria during the
jit-war occupation period four
Arab terrorists and a helicopter
lilot also found death at the end
\i a tragic 24 hours of horror.
German i>olice, including sharp-
Ihootcrs flown in from Wiesbaden,
Ipened fire after two of the guer-
illas left the helicopters to in-
a Lufthansa plane waiting
learby.
The GerauUU had never Intended
i permit the Arabs to fly to Tu-
Lia with their hoatagea, irrespec-
tive of a reported agreement
Imims; the captive Israeli and the
|errorists to go first to Cairo.
Israel earlier rejected a demand
}y the group of seven or eight
uerrillas that 200 Arab terrorists
released in exchange for the
orts hostages.
Two Israelis met death Tuesday
llmost at the start of the bizarre
hcident which caused a 24-hour
uspension in the Olympic games.
Ihieh never before had been in-
errupted during competition.
First to die were Moshe Weln-
ert. 38. wrestling couch of tho
raeli team and Josef Romano.
II. a member of the welghtlifting
earn of the Jewish state. Mr.
I'einliert tried to bur the door to
surprise attack on the Israeli
uarters in the Olympic village
implex, but was shot dead. Ro-
me apparently was killed in
he initial gunfire.
For 13 dramatic hours, the nine
Israeli survivors were held hostage
i the Olympic village, with execu-
tion threatened almost every hour.
3ut then came the airlift by heli-
copter to Furstenfeldbruck.
There, three guerrillas were shot
lo death by German police. A
fourth committed suicide with a
pand grenade. But one of the tor-
orists managed to exDlode a gre-
nade in one of the helicooters, kill-
ing all the Israelis and the air-
craft's pilot.
Three other Arab terrorists
p i n captured, all reportedly
Wounded. An eighth terrorist, if
there was one, was unaccounted
for in the immediate aftermath.
Before the multiple killing* at
he military airbase, international
NeKotiations dominated the day.
pert i.ennan Chancellor Willie
Brandt flew to Munich to lead an
Mi-out, personal effort at securing
freedom for the then surviving
sraelis.
But. said Mr. Brandt, "every-
Ihing was rejected." The govern-
ment offered German hostages to
lake the place of Israelis, and
guaranteed the terrorists safe pas-
f out of the country with any
^mount of money they demanded.
The Olympic games continued
[or a few hours, until the utter
agnitude of the crime closed
|em down. Egypt forfeited a bas-
eball game, and the entire
fated Arab Republic team flew
"me, "in fear for our lives."
Some of Israel's best known
1 *tars escaped from the
u> tfM Olympic village
during the initial firing. The Is-
raeli athletes who were not held
hostage were placed under immedi-
ate guard.
The super star of the 20th Olym-
pics, American swimmer Mark
Spitz, was flown home with tight
security provisions. "As a human
being and as a Jew, I am shocked
and saddened by the outrageous
act," Mr. Spitz said before leaving
lor California.
His seven medals most ever
won by any Olympic athlete
and the greatest sports perform-
ance by any Jtm in hll history
were overshadowed "jy the horror
and terror of the Arab onslaught.
He left before the murder of the
nine hostages at Furstenfeldbuck.
Israeli Prime Minister Golda
Melr earlier had demanded the
suspension of the games and called
on both West German and Olym-
pic authorities to "do all they can
to extricate the Israelis whose
Uves are at stake and stand'up
to an act of terror, kidnapping
and lilai'liinail."
The Germans stood up at Fur-
stenfeldbuck, a few miles more
distant to the west of Munich
than Dachau is to the east.
The simple marker at Dachau
still reads "Never again." But
this week, it did happen again.
The militant Jewish Defense
League In New York called for
the killing of Arab diplomats all
over the world. In Jerusalem and
Tel Aviv, militant Israelis urged
massive retaliation against Pal-
estinian guerrillas wherever they
I are based.
This time, though, 30 years
after German Jews were going
to their deaths in the gas cham-
bers, t^e world may be awakened.
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vJenist fhridliar
Friday, Sept.-r^T
New Outbreak Of Terrorist
Activity Hits Golan Heights
Til. AVIV IJTAJ w Israeli clr-
the resurgence of terrorist activity
the Syrian 1 ne in the upper
G >lan Heights. They say this coulil
not hapj.cn without the direct
knowledge ;'i>.l a- of the
n Army.
An Israeli tank was damaged
this week when it struck a land
mine planted by .nfiltrators from
the Syrian l.nes in the Buqaata
n of the northern Golan
He its, military sources disclosed.
There were n A search of the area turned up
quantities of mines and ex-
\ what must
i>een a fairly large party of
-- who managed to cross
the ci -fire line in a te
i to be i:
: r. mortar
i re had ix-en aimed at an I
-inn.
According to observers here, the
Snowed Isiiniiit activity in that
sector mav be an indication of in-
cnal strife inside Syria or within
the terrorist organizations which
forced the Damascus regime to
give its blessing to new incursions
against Israel.
Gaza Attacks Condemned
TEL AVIV .JTA> For the
first time in the relationship be-
n the Gaza Strip civilian ad-
ministration and the Israeli mili-
tary government, a local authority
has officially condemned terrorist
acts. At a municipal meeting to
which sheiks and other Strip not-
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inning the hand-grenade in-
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* Jewish fkridUani
8 Organizations Deplore
Partisan Political Appeals
Page 7-A
Eight major national Jewish or-
ganizations this week joined in de-
ploring partisan political appeals to
Jews based on the single issue of
U.S. support of Israel.
Such appeals "stating or sug-
gesting that the votes of all or
most Jews for parties or candi-
dates will or should be determined
by tl,.' consideration alone are a
disservice to the nation and to
Jewish voters." the organizations
Baid in a statement.
The eight widely representative
Jewish organizations are the
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress. B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League,
Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
I'nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and United Synagogue
ol America.
They said that U.S. Mid-East
policy rests on "fundamental na-
tional interests of the United
States" and has had bipartisan sup-
[\c4L
op
Continued From Page 4-A
port throughout Israel's history as
a nation.
The records of both major par-
ties "strongly support the ex|iec-
tation that, whatever the outcome
of the election, the next adminis-
tration will continue to pursue
that policy," the statement said.
"It is error to assume that |x>-
litical endorsements by individu-
| als identified as officers or mem-
bers of an organization reflect the
views of that organization or its
membership," they added.
i
Their statement stressed that
, Jews vote as individual Ameri-
! cans "on controversial and com-
plex issues that are at stake in
any election."
Jewish interests influence Jew-
ish voters just as other group
interests influence members of
other groups, the Jewish organi-
zations observed.
Thus, they noted that "substan-
tial unanimity exists" among Jews
and Jewish organizations on the
issue of "U.S. military economic
and political support for the se-
curity of the State of Israel."
Greene Projects Prison Equalities
Jerome Greene. Miami Beach I defendants in trial courts across
councilman and candidate for | lnc state.
Dade circuit Judge, said this week! 'Wc n.t'0 he believes that Florida courts fj?!? systenV .sa,<1 Ml- Greene.
_. .. ...... The way it is now, the exact
should be given the job of equal./.- same offense undcr the cxact same
ing prison terms handed out to circumstances might bring a man
a 20-year term in one court and
probation in another. It just
doesn't make sense."
Mr. Greene, a practicing lawyer
in Dade county for nearly 25
years, said he believes the "equal-
izing system" would bring much
more respect for the law from the
eeneral public.
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Vietnamese cannot wait until
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Tho will surely need to be in-
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September, if an October re- I
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*-Jewist ftcridR&n
Friday, September 8, 1971
'Torch Of Independence'
To Reach Miami Sept 26
Israel's symbolic "Torch of In-
dependence" will arrive in Miami
Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 2:00 p.m. to
begin local participation in Israel's
25th anniversary celebration.
The torch will be received by
Myron A. Berezin. executive direc-
tor of the Young Men's and Young
Women's Hebrew Association of
Greater Miami (YM/YWHA).
Along with those for more than
95 other American cities, the torch
for Miami will be flown to the
United States by El Al Airlines
and transferred to Miami by Na-
tional Airlines.
The torch will be initially lit in
a ceremony in Jerusalem Monday,
Sept. 25. in which Israel's Presi-
dent Zalman Sha/ar will kindle a
flame of Independence. A special
relighting ceremony at Miami In-
ternational Airport involving com-
munity, civic and other local dig-
nitaries will mark the torch's
OTival here.
A 25-branch candelabra, each
candle signifying a year of Israel's
independence, will be lit from the
torch as the highlights of each
year are reviewed at the Simchas
Torah rally scheduled for 2 p.m.
Sunday. Oct. 8, at the Central
"Y," 8500 SVV 8th St.
The Torch of Independence
event is being carried out under
the sponsorship of Israel's 25th
Anniversary Overseas Committee,
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the YM/YWHA.
Chuck Hall Backs Bob Skidell Bid
Miami businessman Robert Ski-
dell is a candidate for election to
the new District 99 seat in the
Florida House of Representatives.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
backs the candidacy of Mr. Ski-
dell, 27.
Mr. Skidell, who lives in Miami
Beach, said a major portion of
his campaign for office is directed
at solutions to the growing drug
abuse problem in Dade County
and that as a member of the leg-
islature he will push for reforms.
He is vice chairman of the
South Florida Drug Abuse Task
Force. He was recently elevated
to the vice chairmanship after
having served as a member of the
board for two years.
Mr. Skidell served as adminis-
trative assistant to then Da le
County Mayor Chuck Hall frop.
1964 to 1970.
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< m
Malcolm G MacNeill
Past President. Crime Commission oj Greater Miami.
Re-elect
Dick Gerstein
State
Attorney
Those are the words of a veteran crime
fighter in Dade County
He knows that without a State Attorney
with the stature and courage and mental
toughness of a Dick Gerstein, Dade County
would be in a state of chaos.
Dick Gerstein has been threatened with
assassination.
He is the announced enemy of the orga-
nized underworld.
And he has been the target of vicious
political attacks.
And yet Dick Gerstein has achieved
a conviction rate of 88 in murder cases
one of the highest conviction rates in
America.
He has been commended and thanked
by 29 grand juries-people in a position
to truly appreciate the investigate tough-
ness that has made Dick Gerstein the best
State Attorney in Dade County's history.
And he has been elected President of
the National Association of District Attor-
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you realize that the votes were cast by
DAis throughout the country.
Dick Gerstein is far more than just the
best qualified candidate for State Attorney.
Hes one of the best State Attorneys in
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Friday. September 8, 1972
*Jewisti rkrBdlian
i>aae 9-A
Organization Spokesmen Deplore
Attack On Israel's Olympic Team
Statements on this week's Arab terrorist attack on Israeli ath-
letes in Munich were issued on the eve of the High Holy Days by
spokesmen for the Synagogue Council of America, Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami and the Community Relations Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, coordinating body for scores
of Dade County Jewish organizations.
Dr. Leon Kronish, president of the Rabbinical Association, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national president ot the Synagogue Council,
presented their organization's views.
Each of the pronouncements condemned the murders and kid-
nappings in Munich, praised German and American response to the
crimes and called for more concerted action.
We are shocked and outraged by
the Arab terrorist attack on the
Israeli team at the Olympic
Games in Munich.
We commend the President for
his quick condemnation of these
criminals and we hope that he will
call upon the United Nations and
the Olympic authorities to outlaw
nations that gave sanctuary to
these terrorists, and made it pos-
sible for them to receive training
lor such beastly behavior.
The nation that harbored these
Arab terrorists should be expelled
from the community of nations
and from the Olympic Games. The
Olympic Games should stand sus-
pended until the guilty nation or
nations are removed from partici-
pation in an international sports
festival that is dedicated to the
dream of non-violent, peaceful
competition and cooperation
among the nations.
We express the hope that all
civilized peoples and political lead-
ers in our community and es-
pecially authorities of the orga-
nized religious community will
join with us in the aforementioned
demands.
We have too long been silent
about outlaw nations that have
given refuge to Arab terrorists
and to airplane hijackers. In the
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name of civilization and in the
light of the terrorism and death
that has cast a shadow over the
highminded objectives of the
Olympic Games, we dare not be
silent!
We ask that special prayers be !
offered in all synagogues and tem-
ples during Rosh Hashanat serv-
ices on behalf of the families of!
the innocent victims. In the spirit j
of Rosh Hashanah, we pray that '
respect for the rights of all people
be established throu^iiout the
world.
RABBI LEON KRONISH
RubMaical Aittoclation
of Greater Miami
The suspension of the Olympic
Games in Munich is an expression
of the revulsion of the world at
the terrorism indeed barbarism
perpetrated Tuesday. It is a
repudiation of the tactics of bru-
tality and murder committed in
the name of nationalism, but
which again have been demon-
strated to be nothing more than
lawlessness, anarchy and inhu-
manity.
It is ironical thai the stark hor-
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Foge 10-A
*Jenisti n-cridtiaw
Friday, September 8. 1972
'.
Synagogues and temples throughout the Greater Miami area
Hill usher in the New Year 5733 with services beginning Friday
evening and continuing through Saturday and Sunday except for
some Reform temples which conclude their observance of the
:loly Days Saturday evening.
The sounding ol the Shofar, or ram's horn, calling upon man
o awaken to his moral obligations both to God and his fellow
i.an is a high point of thc-Rosh Hashanah synagogue service,
and will take place during Sunday's services.
In addition to launching the New Year, the Rosh Hashanah
i. lul.iy also opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which includes
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lulls only) Rabbi Raumfcard will
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday :."'> p.m. .
Saturday S a.m. wrmnn topic: "Space
Axe for the New Venr." ii::tit p.m. j
Sunday R am sermon topic: "The
State of the Union in the State of
Israel."
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). *14 Chase
Ae. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser 21
iiiKI Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m..
7:.'1U p.m. Sunday 8 a.m., 7:30 p.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 r*W 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
RUSH HASHANAH: Friday 7:1a O.BJ.
Saturday 8 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Sunday 8
a.m., 7:::u p.m.
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7:1.". p.m. I
; Saturday 7:4.". a.m., ra:l!S a.m. eer-
! mun topic: "A New World Is Horn." .
I Sliufar. Sunday 7:4r. a.m.. 10:1.". s,r-
' mon topic: ".Man Is All Alone," Sho-
far.
P0MPAN0 BCACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renxer.
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CENTER 8101
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7:16 n.ni
Saturday K a.m., 7:15 p.m. Sunda} B
a.m.. 7:1.1 p.m.
HALLANOALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Cantor Rev. Jacob Danziger. 126
N.E. 1st Ae. 44
RtSH HASHANAH: Friday 7:1." p.m.
Saturday 8 a in sermon topic: "Where
Is Ood?", 7:30 p.in. Sunday 8 a ni ser-
mon topic: "Where May Happineaa
Be Pound?" Monday 8:30 a.m.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
ROSH HASHANAH: I'riday 8:46 p.m.
9 p.m, sermon topic: "The Crisis "t
Success." Saturday in a.m. sermon
topic: -What i>c. We Really Want?"
9 i' in. children's service.
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BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4*
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7:30 p.m.
Saturday S a.m., noon, 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day 8 a.m., noon.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 8 p.m.
sermon topic: "Survival of Mai. Sal-
unlay 7 am sermon topic: "The Au-
thentic Jew." 10 a.m. to noon young
people's services. 8 p.m. Sunday 7
a.m. sermon topic: "Where are Thou!"
18 a.m. to noon young people's serv-
ices. J
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koater. 48
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7 pm
sermon topic: "What Are We Ih.iiiK
H.-re'.'" Saturday M a.m., sermon topic:
"Judaism An Encounter with Self."
7 p.m. Sunday s a.m. 10:30 a.m. ser-
mon topic: "Judaism An Encounter
With tiod." 6 p.m. Tashlich. Monday
8:30 a.m. Fast of Qedaiya,
ah on "he Way Hack is the R K()s ASI1ANAII: Friday 6:15 p.m..
rward.' 2 p.m ( hlldren s service g.4B Saturday MB a.m. sermon
uducted by Rabbi Altman, S:.......in. |(.. ...,,, I)(, ,.,l|lv,. Sunday
illy s. rvfee.
ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
> >SH HASHANAH Friday 6:30 p.m.,
mon topic: "Fulfillment Is With
a-.. Who Comprehend The
und Saturday 8 a.m. Sunday s
i., sermon topic: "rinne] (Tnraveled:
-olvim: the Communication Block."
pi,
9:15
a.m.
BETH TFILAH
thodox. Rabbi
sky
Sun
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935 Euclid Ave. Or.
Joseph E. rtackov-
22
ETH
.ox.
EL. 500 SW 17th Ave.
Rabbi H. Rothman
Ortho-
6
ETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
^H II \SH.\NAH. Friday 6:30 p.m.,
mon topic: "A New Revolt!" Sat-
i.iy 8 .i.ni. sermon topic: "What's
it for me!", 'i p in sermon topic:
Mew Concept!" Sunday 8 a.m.,
moii topic: "Stop Here, My
end:"
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ETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
sil HASHANAH: Friday .:.:i" p.m.
turdny am.. 8:30 p.m. Sermon
ilc by puwl Rabbi Simon April:
Shalom and Happy Holiday." Sun-
. >, sermon topic hu guest Rabbi
lion April: "New Tear Oreetlruri
d Meeting of Younn and Old."
TAEL 'Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 ne 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot 10
OSH HASHANAH: Friday 8 p.m.
in,.ii topic: "Our Uniqueness As
tm." Saturday moral ng, sermon
"Our I'niiuen.ss As Liberal
iRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
*H HASHANAH: Friday G:.tn pm
'urday S a.m., 10:30 a.m. sermon
, "The Day ol Remembrance 7
i Sunday 8 a.m.. 16:30 a.m. s. r-
n topic: "Life With Its Suoceaaei
d I-allures."
R OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
st. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
13
Binyamin.
'*?" IS-tAEL. 6800 N. Miami
Klein. "" R,bbi *****
SH 'HASHANAH: Friday 7 pm
' Is In The Middle Of Your
t.10 p.m. Sunday 8:3n a.m.
ife?
?M 'TmBj) 0O0 Miller Rd. Con.
repvat.ve R.bbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Errol Helfman. ------'""
SH HASHANAH:
16
.. Friday 7:30 p.m.
ur.i.ij s a.m.. wrmoii topi,.....>..,
rolng Oiaes." 7:1.",
m., sermon
r-XKUsTe
er-
p.m Sundav R
topic: ".\ Rtemal
MALI AH
I^ERETH
Rabjji Na-
15
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JACOB ("Temple). 951 E
*th Ave. Conservative.
fnan Zolondek.
"SH HASHANAH: Friday 7 pm
topic: "Self Evaluation" Kat-
8. sermon topic: "Torah
p.m. Sunday 8'30 a m
topic: "The Call of the Sho-
ddy 8:30 a,l
I Life 7
mOMTH MIAMI
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
KOSH HASHANAH Friday 6lM p.m
Saturday 7:80 a.m. Sunday 6:30 p.m. .
Monday 7:30 a.m.. 7:1". p.m.
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
ROSH HASHANAH: (at Miami Beach
Auditorium) Friday 7:1.". p.m. Salur-
day 8:16 a.m.. I am. Sunday 8:15
a.m.. a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
25
CONG. AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
Hillel. 25.A
JAcv(LB.o^ C0HEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. M
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday evening
telephonic greetings from Moscow 1
tne New Year Saturday morning,
sermon topi,-: "Why Did The Scien-
tist a. Wife In Moscow Accept The
Jewish Faith?" Sundav moriiinK ser-
mon topic: "A Sal.bath in UoflCOW
before Freedom and a Sabbath in
\ lenna after Fro i..m "
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 F.uelid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abraham Seif. vt
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7 pm
Saturday 8 am., 7:25 p.m. Sunday 8
a. m.
CORAL CABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday R pin
Saturday 10 a.m., 1:30 p.m. Children's
services. Sunday 10 a.m. Tuesday 3:4.". '
p in. Hebrew School begina,
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A. !
Berger. 41
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I MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave., Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 0:30 p.m.
Saturday fi a.m. Sunday 8 am,
fOKT LAUDIRDAK
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 8 p m i
Saturday S a.m.. 8 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m. I
EMANU-EL. 3245*wToakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 43
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 8 pm
and Saturday 10 am at Parker Play-
house. Saturday 8:15 p.m. children -
sen Ice at temple.
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Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
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NER TAMIO (Temole). 80th St. and
JIS3T- Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ware! Klein. m
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7
Saturday Sam. wcrmon topic
CJrow To Chimee Ik the
In* of Rosh Hashanah."
am. Hermon tonic: "Israel
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p.m.
: "To
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OHEV SHALOM. 70fiS Bonita Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
ROSH' HASHANAH: Friday fi n m
Satunlay 7:^-> a.m.. s p.m. Sunday
.:S0 a.m. 8 p.m. .Monday 2 p.m., 7:30
p.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH" CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday 7 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. xermnn tonic: "Ond
and man at the Altar." Sunday S a.m.
sermon topic: "The days of our life."
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. gi
Saturday midniBlit, Selicoth service.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 170 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Villaqe. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goldson. Ca"tor
Murrav Vavneh. gj.A
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incher Surges Ahead In Senate Duel
Senator Gains
In Hot Battle
Against Taxes
Sen. Pick Fincher surged towards victory in the two-man race
Florida State Senate. District 35. as Tuesdays primary voting
Iroachcd. One of the state's top Democratic vote-cotters. Sen.
hcher concentrated his campaign on opposition to a state personal
[ome tax and massive, forced busing solely '" achieve racial balance
Taking time off from his drive to condemn the Aral) terrorist
bek on Israeli stWatee la Munich, sen. Fincher repeated his stand
I ,,i,| |o Hebrew dav schools as well as lor Christian, non-seetarian
}<| private day schools.
He said his opponent, banker Jack Gordon, was confusing the Is-
by talking about ski to churches and parochial schools. "I am
Bid to non-public schools solely in their educational aspects. No
. ,. asking for assistance to either churches or synagogues or foi
eir religious activities. Parents and supporters of the Hebrew Acad-
ft. I hi,nan Dav .School, St. Mary-. Miami Christian School and
[her institutions need and want the aid advocated by myself and the
, iv of residents In our district." Sen. Fincher slated.
Sen Fincher, president for two i ot both the Mack and white com.
inns of the University of Miami inanities." Mr. Sehwart
Eaton Foundation, member of the
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Senator Dick Fincher
Fincher Israel Stand
Wins New Acclaim
Warner, a former exalted ruler
of the Elk8. said Sen. Fincher
would continue to "walk the
grange Bowl Committee, leader
j the CiUholle Charities campaign,
tensor of the permanent Catholic- jg^ets hop onto ratios, climb the
Jewish Dialogue Committee, at- | ^^ am, wmass shopping
acted munting support from
Gvery sector of the ciiimnnlty.
Of greatest interest in his
Isieady gains was his pledge to
head the fight against a new
(state pemonal income tax. "That's
[what my opponent and his Con-
Icerned Democrats advocate. But
[make no bones about it. There will
I be no reduction of the state sales
|tr\ if a personal income tax is I
[passed. No other state ever has
Dowered a sales tax after adding i
personal income tax," Sen.
|Fincher cautioned.
He pointed to his record of vot-
Bng for the corporate income tax
[measure sixinsored by Sen. Reubin
Askew. "I was the only one of six
| members of the Senate who own
nrporatioiu who followed the
Governor's lead, and voted to tax
corporations. That's taxing myself.
| Hut I can stand taxes somewhat
better than the low and middle
pneome families upon whom the
brunt of a personal income tax
IxxiuUI fall."
sen. Fincher, a native of Roch-
ester N.Y. and a graduate of !
[ ornell University, points to a I
record of sponsoring legislation
BVlng the taxpayers of Dade
l( ounty more than $23 million in
I recent years.
He cosponsored a measure pro-
. j iding new facilities for Youth
| Hall with Sen. Kenneth Myers. He
voted for measures providing in-
terest on tenants' security, doubl-
Kl Homestead exemptions for
senior citizens and increased Medi-
I add payments.
Sen. Fincher noted the 10 years
Service in the legislature, six of
I those years In the Senate, in com-
parison to an opponent who was
I rejected overwhelmingly in his
campaign for the Miami Beach
city council.
Sen. Fincher's campaign chair-
| man. Joseph Fitzgerald, worked
closely this week with Murray G.
Warner and Gerald Schwartz,
campaign corrdinators. in plan-
ning activities for the closing days
"I the two-man race.
'Sen. Fincher's support of Flo-
rida Memorial College and of
| Florida A. & M. 1'nlversity In
marked contrast to the opposition
f his Jack Gordon won Dick
new support from lil>eral members
centers in his pcrson-to-person
quest for votes. That's the way he
first won election, and that's the
way he sells Oldsmobiles."
With complete ownership of
his business in comparison to his
opponent's position as paid presi-
dent of a publicly-owned savings
and loan association, it's clear Sen.
Fincher can spend more time on
state government.'' Mr. Schwartz
Scores of speaking engagements
in Miami Reach. North Miami
Beach, Surfside, Bay Harbor Is-
lands. North Bay Village and oth-
er communities this week brought
; new praise for Sen. Dick Fincher's
j long-time support of Israel.
The senator's supporters point-
ed wttti pride to the tact that Dick
Fincher was among the first two
members of the state legislature to
contribute to the Israel Kmer-
geney Fund during the Si\-Day
War In .lime. 1967.
"I then sat next to Kenny
Myers and Bob Shevin. but it was
Marshall Harris who first asked
me to rive- to the Israel Kme--Fineher se'd.
Itallanl stnd of q gallant people,"
Sen. Fincher said.
gency Fund. Maurice Fcrre and I
proceeded to make s>ire that even
senator and representative was
given the opportunity to aid the
"During the Democratic pri-
maries. I supported the positions
i of two candidates who arc always
| in the front line for Israel Sen.
; Hubert Humphrey and Sen. Scoop
: Jackson. My opponent backed the
j one man who did not have the
: confidence of Israel, and our dis-
trict gave both Humphrey and
Jackson overwhelming margins
over Mr. Gordon's candidate," Sen.
Fincher Hits
Foe Hard
On Busing
Sen. Dick Fincher took is-
with his opponent on the key iss
of forced busing repeatedly durl v
: the past week, noting that "the
is no proof that massive bust
solely for racial balance furth.
quality education for either bla
or white children."
In debates over I.arrv Kins'
WO< \ interview show and on tli
WPLG-TV (Channel lt>> issue :
program. Sen. Fincher renewed hi
firm opposition to forced luisie.
The veteran Democratic leg
lator voted to place the issue
the .March 11 ballot as a Stl
poll, along with a question on bi
iH>it of quality education for
children regardless ol race, co
or creed.
"The people of Florida vot?
against forced busing by .i 3 u
margin. In the 35th District wh
I have served for the past
years, they rolled up a 66 per c. I
margain against busing. Weshou'
follow the mandate of the pco|
of Dade County and of Flori
as confirmed by every ]*>11 ma i
public during the past 18 month-
Sen. Fincher asserted.
He said hLs opponent continie
to support masLsve busing, a he
pknk in the platform of the Fk
rida Concerned Democrats, >
which Jack (iordon is state chair
man.
"And for Mr. Gordon to se I
out a questionnaire on the lettt
head of the Concerned Dcmocra'.
to his own op|x>nent, and then t:
publicly endorse himself is sim[ L;
without jwrallel in Florida politic
al history," Sen. Fincher a I
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q Next i uesuuj s election has
to be a strain on both the voter
and the process itself. The num-
h ber of candidates, the offices and
JJ,' the size of the ballot contribute
to what can almost amount to
J!J a defeat of democracy, which is
dependent upon an informed
rai and intelligent ele-torate. I
hc derogate no one since I in-
' s: elude myself in stating that
,!JJi it is almost an impossible task.
' THERE ARE many good pco-
'." pie on the ballot who will serve
well if elected. There are also
,'i'i many who are not good. whoe
election will contribute to the
~o distrust of government which so
ca many feel. And there are many
'* who may be good or bad among
o, the hundreds who have chosen
i ui to run about whom Ji*tie or noth-
!:; ing has been learned.
ET Like most of you, I shall vote
*o: for those I consider good, vote
ry against those whom I believe
Ml bad and skin the levers whve
,s5 mediocrity is the choice at best,
m unfortunately in too many in-
'jj stances.
THE PRIMARY election last
March which p-ov'd'-d straw
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ballots on amendments to the
It Constituti in which wo-i'd pro-
JJ| hibit busing ani on'd normit
u prayers in our public schools has
cast a shadow over the issues
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I can understand candidates,
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Constitutional rights, treading
cautiously on these questions,
responding to the mob with eva-
siveness, and I shall weigh this
with consideration for their oth-
er positions and their record in
office, if any.
Bi:T I AM determined to vote
against anyone who, in my opin-
ion, would do violence to the
Constitutional rights of others
by campaigning in a "positive"
fashion against busing, for pray-
ers in the public schools and, in
at least one case, for giving tax
money to assist parochial schools.
Dick Fincher, who is opposed
by Jack Gordon for the State
Senate in one of the most im-
portant contests on the ballot,
has made an appeal on these
pages to what he believes to
be a Jewish vote. He says he is
for aid to day schools and his
Jewish public relations men,
who have obviously designed the
question, also aski "Why is
Jack Gordon against staite aid
to the Hebrew Academy, St.
Mary's. Miami Christian School
and Hillel School?" (note the
ecumenical bit: two Jewish, one
Catholic and one Protestant).
I HAVEN'T asked Gordon
who, significantly, has been en-
dorsed by both the Miami Her-
and and the Miami News over
the incumbent, but I can tell
you why I think as the over-
whelming majority of Jews have
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know the problems of our day
schools. Although I would not
send my children to a parochial
school. I have been as respon-
sible as anyone in this commu-
nity in developing a program for
Federation assistance to our
day schools and I shall continue
to fight for more funds.
I suggest that Dick Fincher
prevail iiT and that George Hollahan,
who has tried to introduce a
bill in the Senate for such funds
do the same to continue to
Ripnort their schools if they
want them while I and Jack
Gordon and others will try to
prevail unon our fellow Jews to
do likewise. And, through our
tax money, strengthen the pub-
lic schools, not religious divisive-
noss.
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF MY DEARLY
BELOVED HUSBAND
ALBERT A.
ZALKA
You will always be in
my Heart and Thoughts
BETTY S. ZALKA
Your Children and Family
Mourn Your Loss.
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites you to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, Sept. 3,1972
conducted by
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
10:15 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
For Further Information Call MO 1-7693
IN BELOVED MEMORY OF
JEROME R.
CAVELL
The Most Wonderful Husband,
Father and Grandfather
Wife
ESTHER CAVELL
Children
Leah, Dolores,, Tova & Susie
Grandchildren
Alan, Andrea, Michael,
Marc and Lorian
You Will Always
Be With Us.
Friday, September 8, 1972
JOSEPH URAM
JEWELERS. INC.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
OUR FOUNDER
JOSEPH URAM
IDA URAM
MARVIN URAM
AND FAMILY
JOHN SHERWOOD
AND FAMILY
MRS. SOLOMON PARNESS
AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST NEW YEAR WISHES
TO RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
IN SACRED MEMORY OF OUR BELOVED
HUSBAND, FATHER AND GRANDFATHER
SOLOMON PARNESS
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special Community Memorial
Services
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1972
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
10:00 A.M.
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
11:00 A.M.
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TAMID
11:30 A.M.
RABBI NATHAN ZOLONDEK
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
12:00 NOON
RABBI AVROM DRAZIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL, MIRAMAR
12:30 P.M.
RABBI JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
TEMPLE BETH MOSH CONGREGATION
1:00 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call 885-1689
Lakeside Memorial Park and its staff wish
the Jewish public in general
a very healthy and happy New Year


September 8.1972
+Jewish thrk&ui
Page 13-A
IDL Lauds Resolution
dopted By Baptists
fAnti-Defamation League of
frith this week lauded the
announced resolution of
Iptist Convention in Israel
Condemns anti-Semitism. Its
TKi*bl*fi<**iitflion of tMfei
an rejection of Jews as be-
fursed by God and as de-
of suffering, because Jews
remain loyal to Judaism
Bir Jewish heritage," is par-
ly notable.
rding to Rabbi Solomon S.
(is. director of the League's
llicious Cooperation depart-
tlii' Baptist Convention in
|an affiliate of the Southern
Convention (SBC) in the
States, adopted the reso-
[last May, but its adoption
biy recently announced.
Missionary, Dr. Dwight
said the resolution repre-
\;\ position "which we have
I hold, but not until this time
matter of documentation."
li Bernards declared that
latement, coming as it does
community of Christians
kc and work in the Holy
ps significant in that it re-
concern which grows out
Jdaily life of meeting in the
Land hallowed by Jew and Chris-
tian alike."
The resolution reads, in part:
"As Christians and Baptists in
Ijsrael, we deplore the incompar-
able suffering of the Jewish peo-
ple in history and in modern
times. We acknowledge that often-
times the persecution they bore
took place in so-called Christian
countries and under so-called
Christian rulers. We further rec-
ognize that the unworthy motives
which caused most of Jewish ill-
treatment were rooted in Chris-
tian anti-Semitism, deriving from
the assumption that since the Jew
rejected Christ, he was consider-
ably cursed of God and his suffer-
ings deserved."
Rabbi Bernards noted that the
resolution "echoes the summons of
other Christian bodies, such as
Vatican II and the World Council
of Churches to Christian teachers,
to Dresent the events of the Cruci-
fixion so as not to fix responsibil-
ity, directly or indirectly on the
Jewish people. It also encourages
the active pursuit of meaningful
Jewish-Christian encounter for the
elimination of rHt*"*t and mis-
understanding," he said.
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"A MAN YOU CAN TRUST WILL MAKE
A JUDGE YOU CAN BE PROUD OF."
7 years of dedicated
Public Service
proves you can trust
Irwin Christie.
e
Sam Reinhard. Senior Vice
President, and Rabbi
Alexander Gross, Principal,
Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, congratulate
Irwin Christie as he
announces his candidacy for
Judge of the Circuit Court.
Served 7 years as Vice-Mayor and City Commissioner, City of Miami.
16 years a practicing attorney.
Member Dade, Florida and American Bar Associations.
Member Jurisprudence and Law Reform Committees of the
Florida Bar.
Member Executive Com-
mittee and Board of Direc-
tors of Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy
Trustee, Beth David Syna-
gogue
Member, Jewish Welfare
Board
Member, Executive Com-
mittee BBYO
Served as Board member
ofYMandYWHA
Named "MAN OF THE
YEAR" by B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami
Awarded Citation of Merit
by Jewish War Veterans
Member, B'nai B'rith
"He shall Judge the poor
of the people.
He shall save the children
of the needy.
And shall break in pieces
the oppressor."
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Friday, September 8, 1972
Phyllis Miller Aids Israel
School Board member Phyllis
i y Her, who helped originate the|
.. United States-Israel student ox-
ange program, announced this
* eek t'nit the program will be
statl) expanded."
' .tlrs. Miller/who i seeking e'.ec-
n to the School Roajyt. Diejiigt
5, laid that she and Rabbi Morris
njK'pper of Temple Judea have
.Trepper Urgently
INecds Operation
COPENHAGEN (JTA1 Loo-
p Id Trapper has been trying to
[ol tain on exit visa to emiRrate to
Israel since January without suc-
c n. Now, because of an urgently
needed operation, which cannot be
I i formed in Poland, the former
chief of the Soviet spy network
dubbed, the "Red Orchestra." may
>< 1 succeed in leaving.
According to a medical docu-
n nt given to Mr. Trepi>er's son.
.Michael Brojdc. a few days ago by
an English tourist, only an opera-
tion can save Mr. Trepper's leg.
The document, siir.ed by a spe-
ialist in surgery in Warsaw, said
the veins are nearly blocked, stop-
ping the flow of blood to the end
ol the leg.
According to international med-
ical law. a patient can ask for a
sjiecialisi anywhere In the world
II the treatment cannot be per-
. i mod in his own country", and
1 e "Save Trepper Committee" in
London is prepared to pay the ex-
penses connected with the opera-
tion.
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"been working closely in order j
that rho student program could
be expanded.**1
"We've developed a system
whereby a student can now go to
Israel tor a quipmester and get
credit for it lure in Pade County."
said Mi*. Miller. Mrs. Miller and
her hushanoV Dav.il are leaders
oT Temple Beth' Sholohi, Slate of
Israel Bonds and numerous other
Jewish activities. He is vice presi-
dent of the Congregation and the
, Mill.rs have been host chairmen,
lionorees and chairmen of the most
-u cessful Israel Bond functions in
temple history.
| Alex Gordon Asks
New Probate Bill
Alex S. Gordon, candidate for
1 Circuit Court. Group 1. called tlvs
[week tor simolili'-ation of Flor-1
' lift's laws governing the settle-,
' men! of estates by adopting the
Ameriean Bar Association's "Uni-
form Probate Code."
"Our present la>\s for proh.it-
Imr estates are burdensome, costly
n i ca"se ti-e>Tie,>do"s delays in re-(
rvtvlns benefits- for the aurvivom,"
Mr. Cordon said.
"By adopting the Uniform Pro-'
bale Cole. We "ill be t.ikin" a
lone, positive -did toward swifter.
Iui settlement* of Inheritance sit
nations." he said.
Mr, Gor Ion, Ion? an otttnoken
nttorney for probate simplifica-
tion, eiied the cost factor as a
"strong reason In itself" to adopt
I the code. He is former chairman
if the Dade Countv Commission.
Mrs. Kuznetsov Transferred
From Labor Camp To Prison
NEW YORK (JTAi Sylva
Zalmanson Kir/netsov. a 28-year- ,
old engineer serving a 10-year ,
strict-regime sentence in the So- ;
viet Union, has been transferred j
from a labor camp to prison for
six months, according to Jewish
sources here.
The sources sain tne move, simi-
lar to that ordered recently for
Valeriy Kukui, was probably in
"retaliation" tor overseas protests ,
against her incarceration. Mrs.
KuznetSOV, arrested in June. 1970, \
for alleged complicity in a pur-
ported hijacking plot, was convict-
ed in December. 1970.
HAL W. SPAET
and
MRS. HAROLD SPAET
V* #-*;- **- t>*Ut.*W *
Wish their many Friends
The Blessings of Good Health for the
New Year and Peace in the World

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Page 15-A
ganization Spokesmen Deplore
tack On Israel's Olympic Team
ntinued from Pag 9-A
Bte to the world only hours
Jl men thrilled to the tri-
of American swimmer
Ipitz. How sad a commen-
hat this sterling representa-
the United States had to
vn out of the Olympic Games
I removed from sharing in the
pi his greatest triumph only
\e he happens to he Jewish.
sad a commentary that the
\>. murder should take place
soil of Munich, birthplace
ism, and only a few miles
I infamous Dachau.
German authorities of to-
e to Ix- commended for their
|\vork. as is the government
United States, which s|>okc
rficially in a matter of min-
thc time for mere words is
I Tli'' massacre at Tel Aviv
^t the worldwide hijackings
at civilian travel to anJ
Israel, the murderous at-
on Israeli school buses, all
ids of violence must be
in true perspective by the
fey .1 Munich, 1972.
president of the Synagogue
ill of America. I call upon all
Americana to pray in their syn-1 .igainst an\ further crimes against
agogues and chuiciies this week-
end not only for the unfortunate
victims, but for the unification of
the family of nations in fighting
mankind.
RARBI IRVING I.KHRMW
President, Synagogue Council
of America
n The Mail
Oli. The Jewish I'loridian:
icn answering Mr. Rifkin's
I ol Aug. 1. I did not want to
polemics; however, after
Irond letter, I feel that it is
Isponsibility to refute the in-
st.dements made by Mr.
for fear that if they 30
i' longed they will mislead
1 who have read them.
Rifkin, in your attack on all
rio\ rabbis you ask;
IWiy don't they wear their
on their outer garments?
is no Halacha which pro-
ihat one must wear his
on the outside.
Why don't they wear Tefillin
u< day? According to Hala-
today's circumstances, one
hidden to wear Tefillin a
day, except at special times
laces.
U far as the sources Iron-.
financial supporters derive
poney, according to Halacha
Bur" or prohibition of "Tra-
11.1t transfer onto the
1 tcepl in a few instances,
the money derived from
fruits of Shmita.
^ for taking or giving inter-
|rah observanl Jews do not,
Is done with a "Heter
Is a le fitimate Hala-
f>vi-i,)n not a gimmick.
for the sons of Moa
pluti ly incorrect. Both' of
were circumcised at the
pie. The on]y question that
Ul regards to his second
that loo is explained, see
Ixodits 4.
far as Zippora not being
I you can ask that in re-
the wives of the twelve
W However, before the
the Torah, no one was
pish in the formal sense.
aught that before the
?as able to receive the
Mount Sinai, they all Wi-
ll proper conversion ae-
I Halacha, beginning with
Bon before they left Egypt,
ring the forty nine days
V'd ritual immersion dur-
Jiree Daye of Preparation,
[you mention the proph-
cho, but you fail to note
^nd all the other proph-
complote contradiction
Jids. Our prophets tell
hone of Israel is the
the Beis Hamikdosh
the Halacha in the
r hen and only then ill
re of the Jewish nation
secure.
IVKA EICHENBAUM
Let's Promote our Public Defender*
FRANK is the only
candidate in this group
with any judicial experience.
ENDORSED by
LABOR
FRANK has served
3 Years as Municipal Judge
and the last
3 V?. Years as Public Defender
in both City and Judge
Berkman's J.P. Courts
Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
Amer. Fedn. of State, County and Mun. Employees
Transport Workers Union, Local 291, AFL-CIO
Hotel Employees Union, Local 255, AFL-CIO
> Intnl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
i Intnl. Assn. of Machinists, Aerospace Workers
LAWYERS
Miami Beach Bar Association
Dade County Attorneys Voted FRANK Qualified
in Poll Conducted by Bar Association.
SRCITIZEHS
Dade County Council of Senior Citizens
Congress of Senior Citizens
Amer. Fedn. of Senior Citizens, M.B. Chapter
/VJJ/'JDade County Police Benevolent Association, Dade Better
i^^O^V Government League, Inc., Voters and Taxpayers League of
Miami and Dade County, Miami Times and MORE, MORE, MORE.
Public Defendt
BERNARD A.
COUNTY JUDGE
VOTE COUNTY-WIDE
GR0UP6


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vJewist flcridHar?
Friday, September 8, 19V
Ruvin Bids For Metro Position
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Harvey Ruvin, who at the age
of 30 won national recognition as
a crime-fighting, environmental
protection mavor of North Bay
Village, is seeking the Metro Com-
mission seut in District 5.
"In my judgment, the most im-
portant issue facing the people of
Dade County today is the wise
use of our land, our air and our
water. These vital natural re-
.
Tight Parole Lid
I Asked By Jaeohs
_P Richard Jacobs, former Dade
, prosecutor and candidate for Cir-
i cuit Court Judge, said this week
CJ he'll lead a fight for stricter
NjOl parole provisions, particularly
Vis against those guilty of repeated
{ crimes of violence.
Mr. Jacobs, who won more than
90 percent of the 1,000 criminal
cases he prosecuted in 10 years
as an assistant Dade state attor-
ney, said the present parole sys-
tem is "an incredible disgrace."
"A few men behind closed doors
^ decide who will be turned loose on
C a society. We have no way of know-
c ing how or why they make their
">.j decisions," he said.
i < "We recently had a case of a
gj t' man serving two life sentences foi-
ls P a double murder. He was wealthy,
> and he was released after six years
d. in prison. That just doesn't make
s sense. I prosecuted that case, and
^ that man should not be walking
:
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sources are not limitless but too
many people think only of today,"
Mr. Ruvin said.
Mr. Ruvin, 34, graduated from
the University of Florida School
of Engineering in 1959 and from
the University of Miami Law
School in 1962. He was elected
Mayor of North Bay Village in
1968, and served for three yeais.
He received the 1970 "Good
Government Award" from I he
| Gi eater Miami Jayceos and the
1972 award from the Key Biscayne
; Javeees.
Judge Testa Proposes
Seminar Of Bench, Bar
Circuit Judge Tom Testa this
week proposed a seminar of the
j bench, press and bar to formulate
guidelines for reporting of court
j eases while protecting the rights
: of an accused person to a fail-
trial.
The judge said the seminar
should consider the meaning of
constitutional guarantees to a fair
trial and freedom of the press and
the duties of the courts, the press
and the legal profession.
Five top leaders for the Israel Bond cam-
paign were brought together at a very spe-
cial dinner this week to spearhead the Is-
rael Bond High Holiday campaign. They
were (from left to right) Dr. Irving Lehrman,
sphitual leader of Temple Emanu-El; Milton
M. Parson, new director of State of Israel
Bonds for the Greater Miami area; James
M. Albert. State of Israel Bonds chairman;
Michael Litvak, former director of the State
cf Israel Bonds organization for Miami,, and
Dr. Leon Krcnish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom. Mr. Parson, who has just as-
sumed his new post as director, was formally
introduced to the Miami leadership at the
dinner. Mr. Albert was the dinner's official
hc3t.

our streets," Mr. Jacobs said.
1 Wolfson Urges
: i More Israel Aid
I' State Rep. Louis Wolfson II has
* charged that the U. S. has been j
! "weak, vacillating, and even |
jj counterproductive" in reacting to I
h Soviet influence in the Mideast,
and has urged greater "diplomatic,
economic, and military" assistance
to Israel.
"The limited withdrawal of
Soviet advisors from the Mideast
does not moan an end to a sig-
nificant Soviet role," Mr. Wolfson
said.
"Russia is still keenly int.".
in that portion of the world, an.'
would very much like to b
the middleman for Mid-eastern oil
supplying Its sati llites and i on-
trolling the tap for w.
ipe," Mr. Wolfson declared.
The Soviets would undoul tedly
like to see the United States and
other Western nations, as well as
Japan, for ed to obtain f-eir n;i
uppliea through the grace of
Moscow, he added.

Rep. George Firestone
Candidate For Senate
State Rep. George Firestone is
a candidate for the State Senate,
District 36.
Mr. Firestone. 41, was elected
to the Florida House in 1966. He
served as chairman of the House
select committee on legislative
reapportionrr.ent.
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Kelly Candidate For Judge
Charles Kellv this week pro-
posed that Dade County turn over
all of its youth services to the
State of Florida. "There would be
an immediate savings of $3.4 mil-
lion to the taxpayers of Dade
County, but the monetary savings
is secondary," the candidate for
Dade Circuit Court judge said.
U-M School Of Law
Faculty Aids Gale
John Gale is the on'v candidite
running for Circuit Court Judge
Group 9, to be endorsed by the
members of the faculty of the
University of Miami School of
Law. Mr. Gale attended the Na-
tional College of State Judiciary
in preparation for the judgeship.
Mr. Gale served as a trial attor-
ney at all levels for the past 15
years, incli'ding extensive defense
experience in trying erimina' cass
at the anoellate level. Dade Co-mty
lawyers in a recent poll, voted him
the ittn't qualified candidate in
Group 9.
.
MEANS 25 YEARS OF FREEDOM
You have shared in a great and courageous struggle
for dignity.
You have helped make the dream come true.
But this Rosh Hashanah many of our people have yet
to reach freedom.
You must help their dreams stay alive and become
realities.
trS""
promise
pay your pledge
Give to the Israel Emergency Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal
m. Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
*?* Combined Jewi$n Appeal and
*^ Israel Emergency Fund Campaign


tJewish Floridian
FVliami, Florida Friday. September 8, 1972
Section C
Foreign Investments
In Israel Decline
JERUSALEM (WNS) Gov-
ernment officials, worried over
the decline of foreign investments
n Israel, have urged a newly ap
ointed high level economic com- j
fiiittee to focus its attention on I
hat problem before tackling other j
natters.
The committee was recently ap-
[pointed by Commerce and Indus-
try Minister Haim Bar-Lev to
advice on future industrial invest-
Inents in the country.
Ministry officia's, who said the
foreign investment slowdown is
too urgent to be ignored, noted
that while investments in exist-
ing plants have doubled from $74
bullion to $150 million, api>rovals
ir the creation of new plants, an
index to foreign investments, have
Jropped from $144 million to $78
million.
"Not oniy are new projects lack-
ing," one official said, "but there
is a dearth of new ideas." Prior
to 1%7, investments were aimed
at "export at any price" and after
the Six-Day War the emphasis
was on war industries, "but in the
last two years there seems to be
no clear direction," the official
-aid.
The feeling n Jerusalem is that
the foreign investment slowdown
is due more to the fact that Israel
is a small market and belongs to
no economic bloc than to the
worldwide recession of the past
four years.
Assassins Attack Gaza's
Mayor, But He Escapes
Jewish Settlers,
Hasidim Violate
5-Year-Old Order
JERUSALEM UTAI Ten-
sion simmered in Hebron this week
after Jewish settlers and hasidim
from Jerusalem violated a five
year-oH Defense Ministry or-W
orohibiting Jews from worshipping
at the Tomb of the Patriarchs
during hours designated for wor-
ship bv the Moslem community.
The Tomb is sacred to both faiths.
Sheikh Mohammed Ali Jaabari.
Mayor of Hebron, said that the
violation amounted to a deliberate
provocation of the Arab residents.
Last Friday a group of Ortho-
dox sett'ers from the new Kiryat
Arba quarter visited the Tomb,
although Friday is the Moslem
Sabbath.
On Saturday some 30 hasidim of
the Karlyn sect in Jerusalem pray-
ed at 'he Tomb in an area specif-
ically designated for Moslem wor-
shippers.
\
TEL AVIV (JTAI Mayor
Raihid Shawa of Gaza narrowly
n;>.'d death this week when
three would-be assassins peppered
his car with bullets and threw a
hand-grenade that failed to ex-
plode.
Mayor Shawa, a controversial
figure in Gaza because of his lean-
lings toward King Hussein of Jor-
[dan, was attacked r.eaV his house
while driving home early in the
afternoon with other local Arab
| notables in his car.
Pistol bullets penetrated the
windshield, but no one was hurt.
Security forces are combing the
area today for the attackers.
The mayor has been a frequent
visitor to Amman and is believed
to favor the incorporation of the
Gaza Strip into a Palestinian en-
tity under Jordanian influence or
as part of the West Bank that he
hopes will eventually be returned
to Jordan. He is known to have
made many enemies, especially
among pro-Egyptian elements in
the Gaza Stria
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Also attending the Young Leadership Cabinet session were
(from left to right) Howard Scott, vice chairman oft he YLC;
Gerald Falick. 1971-% YLC chairman, and Mel Morganstern,
, 1972-72 YLC chairman.

MJ)
cussing recruitment procedures for prospective mem-
ers are, from left to right, (seated) Chuck Ruffner and Syd
Traum; (standing) David Samee, Ronald Ruskin and Richard
Levy.
The Young Leadership Cabinet of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation held its first 1972-73 planning meeting re-
cently. The YLC recruits and trains community leaders for
future service to Federation and its 50 local, national and
overseas beneficiary agencies. Shown above from left to
right, (seated) Barry Diamond, Harvey Miller and Mike
Moss; (standing) Stan Gettis and Dr. Barry Halpern.
B U R D I N E *S
may the new year bring
to you and yours
the blessings of
peace, health and happiness


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fjenisl fhriafibun
Friday, September 8. 1972
Sara Aviani Yemenite Trio
Featured In Sept. 24 Show
Sara ACImL -l>l>'d' TU'Ki-Jft-wuv-W *4>8tn*> n mi!' bee t< with h verve rewish National Fund office,
.,, riiararte m her people; and ,,,., ,..,
. r Yemenite Trio will !>. featured
in .1 large varietj ehow caUed
"Klorida Salutes Israel", celebrat-
ie -'"'Hi Anniveraary of Israel,
h Miami Beach Auditorium,
S ii ay, Sept L'-l ai 8:30 p.m.
The hill also Includes Aria San,
hlia i Miss [si ael i, a hkmde
ann. and manj other |ierform
.IS.
Aceordinf! to Ed Sullivan, Sara
Aviani was the mosi stunning star
i mm- had mi his show. She has
rformed In Las Vegas, Southern
California and Mexico, and her
lings are hits in Israel and
the I Inited SI
The show. |jro li'o I and dii ected
bj Shmuel Fershkn, the well-
: ii iu n comp -i'i. is sponsored bj
i o Jew ish Nation il F ind.
Englander Notes Democratic Role
for elec- Hebrew Academy, Temple Men-
Pressing his campaign for eiec- neorew Academy, n-num- ..-..-,
lion to the Florida Senate. Dis-joiah and past president of the
trlct .".ii. Judge Malvin Englander I Miami Beach Zionist District, Ml-1
this week stressed his years of ami
the
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From Congressional Record, Auq. 16, 1972
"Mi. Wolfson is a most able and dedicated public
servant who as a State legislator has devoted his
energies to the problems of the people of Florida. I
am confident that as a Congressman he would bring
great wisdom and ability to the task of finding solu-
tions to the problems of his congressional district, the
State of Florida, and the United States."
-U.S. Senator Abraham Ribicoff
Send Washington A Congressman
WOLFSON
Committed To You
IM. I'ol. Adv.
leadership to the Democratic party
ip Florida, "and particularly in
my home district." His wife is
Democratic State Committee-
woman Sophia Englander.
A former Miami Beach vice
mayor and councilman. Judge
Englander was twice elected to
four-year terms as justice of the
peace in tin' district. He is a board
member "i the Greater Miami
Beach Jaycees, Masons and
numerous other organizations.
Judge Englander called for
enactment of new legislation pro-
jviding more rights for consumers.
tenants and condominium owners
He also vowed to fight against
any state pers'-ral income tax and
to lift the burden on individual
home owners which is making
some taxes confiscatory.
Mr. and Mrs.
William W. Shayne
wish their friends
a Happy and Prosperous
New Year

Complete satis faction
guaranteed or your
money bach.
Stop By And Pick Up Your Jewish New Year Calendars
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all their Kosher cooking. All the year
through. Because it's pure, light, and
polyunsaturated. So the true taste of
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just plain American fried chicken.
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Makes 4 servings
\a cup Planters Peanut Oil
1 3-pound fr\ ing chicken, cut in serving pieces
1 cup chopped onion
cup orange juice
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon mated orange peel
: b teaspoon pepper
1: cups orange sections
1 i cup slivered
Planters Blanched Raw Almonds
Heat Planters Peanut Oil in large heavy
skillet over medium heat. Add chicken
and brow n on both sides; then add onion
and cook until onion is tender. Stir in
orange juice, salt, orange peel, and pepper.
Cover skillet ttghtlj and cook over low-
heat about 30 minutes, or until tender.
Add orange sections and slivered Planters
Almonds; cover and cook 5 to JO
minutes longer, Serve,
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New Year's Greetings From
The Chief Rabbis Of Israel
Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman
To the lovers <>l Zion. in Zion iincl
tin- DiMporm, trn-etliiKs from
Jerusalem:
Tin' New Year, 573.'!, is ap-
proaching and*we otlght'to'be pre-'
j.aroil to face it. We have lived to
gee God's will done in the return
of our brothers to Zion in unprece-
dented numbers. And so is the
dream to build and strengthen the
State of Israel finding place in the
hearts of Jews throughout the
world.
Pepper Urges
Nixon Act On
Munich ("rime
Congressman (Maude Pepper
wired President Nixon
hal In "i:' mediately de-
directly and through tin- '
Nations thai the German
enl take ihe mosl severe
again: i those v. h<> have
it i these outrages."
incumbenl Democratic rep-
i ntative also asked Mr. Nixon
hi demand directly and through
i \. ilie arrest and prosecu-
- r>n of tin1 criminals in Syria or
vet they inc. w ho claim to i
responsible for these crimes.
1 hope yon will also demand
the German Government af-
i adequate security for -Mark
ikI those of the Jewish faith
vim are members of ihe Amer-
ican Olympic team," Rep. Pepper
i !;u cd.
"I know you are shocked by the
Imurders and kidnapping of the;
Israeli Olympic team at Munich," I
said the Florida Congressman,
who seeks re-election in the 14th
District.
| Singles Plan Party Sunday
Single Parents of Miami Beach
I w ill hold an open house party1
[Sunday in honor of Stanley Rrody,
I vice president, at Dave the Boss' J
.Motel. 1924 Normandy Dr., Miami
Beach, The parly is free to all'
' singles between the ages of 24 and
|'-IS: the festivities will get under
V ij al 5 p.m. Plenty of food,
drink, games, prizes, swimming
and dancing will be available.
May the Lord see to it that next
year, this dream will be fulfilled
and our brothers will flock to Zion
111 joy and praise for God,
We must strengthen our faith,
to .sec in all around us the Lurd's
wish coming true. This would
unite us all and be of value in
redeeming the land of our country
from the hands of others through
acquisition, in the same way as
the Keren Kayemeth has done
for over 70 years.
Moreover there is need to pre-
pare the ground for new settle-
ments to absorb increasing immi-
gration and the Keren Kayemeth
is shouldering this responsibility
as well.
So let us unite to carry out this
goal and to rebuild forsaken places
and to have faith in our hearts
and our Torah and in good deeds.
These two Ihe revival Ol Zion
and the strengthening of Torah
are Intertwined, and may we live
In see them lioth come true: "And
the helpers ascended Mt. Zion
and the Kingdom was God's."
Awaiting to see this redemption
come ti ue,
IS9EB VEHl'DA INTKKMAN
Chief Rahlii of Israel
Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim
The endless daily struggle "i
iran lor his existence bis mind
from the main reason of his life
thai oi carrying out the will of the
Creator, who guides us in truth
and charity.
The High Holidays, therefore.
offer us an opportunity tor self-
evaluation. If each of us is in-
volved all .'ear round with the
problems of livelihood, then the
High Holidays are a time for us
to meditate on the nation and its
dilemmas.
At this time, above all, the Jews
of the world ought to unite and
fulfill these goals:
First, to preserve our national
Identity, and remove all forces of
assimilation which might endanger
it, through Torah study and the
keeping of the Law.
Second, to prepare conditions
Favorable to the immigration to
Israel of hundreds of thousands of
Jews from all over the Diaspora.
Third, to strengthen and fortify
Ihe State of Israel to enable il to
attain spiritual and economic in-
dependence so it could absorb this
Immigraton and to weld the Tribes
Of Israel into one people. After the
liberation of those parts of the
land which were not ir. our hands.
new horizons have been opened
up before the Jewish National
Fund.
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. /11 we're saying
is, Sunswcct Prunes have
many important vitamins.
LikeAandB-l,B-2and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sug;ir. So you can nibble
something sweet for
only a measly lR-odd
calorics per prune.
[Abigezunt
with
The Fund is engrossed in the
task of developing these areas.
planting and building there. And
whoever loves Israel and wishes
to partake in the task of making
her wastelands bloom, ought to
come to the aid of the Jewish
| National Fund, since it can
i achieve these goals by redeeming
; the Holy Land.
And this third task is also unit*
, ing the Jews of the Diaspora, in-
J asmuch as the strengthening of
: the State of Israel is, in itself, a
guarantee of Jewish survival,
through the maintenance of close
ties between Israel and the Dias-
pora.
On the e\o of the Jewish New
Year, 1 am sending my wishes
from Zion and Jerusalem to Jews
everywhere. May this Year hi' one
ol spiritual uplifting, a year of to-
getherness, full of Joy of life.
And with Hie will of the Al-
mighty, may this coming year be
'ne of peace and securitj. filled
with spiritual and material hap-
piness, both for the people ol
Israel wherever they may be and
for i lie hole human i ace, Amen,
RABBI V1TZIIAK NISSi.M
Chief Rabbi of Israel
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Hears Report By Moe Levin
Chaim Weizman Branch 343 of
Miami Beach, Farband Labor
Zionist Order, held fta opening
luncheon of the year this week at
Southgate Apartments, with pres-
ident Moe i.evin presiding.
Arrangements were supervised
by Hynuui B< rland, Sonla Katz,
Anna Stone, Julius Rubinstein and
Morris Birnbaum. Manny Bur-
Dora Offenden and Harry
KaJisky are vice presidents of the
organization.
Tr.e Karband-I-abor Zionist Or-
der merged this summer with
Poale Zion to form a United Labor
Zionist Alliance in the United
States, but local groups have not
yet completed their mergers.
Levin said the organization will
work with the American Zionist
Federation, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the Israel Hista-
drut Council of South Florida to
c celebration of Israel's 25th anni-
versary.
Members of Labor Zionist or-
ganizations from other communi-
ties who have moved to the .Mi-
ami Beach and North Miami
Beach areas are urged to contact
Mr. Levin at 420 Lincoln lid. or
! Mr. Birnbaum. financial .secretary,
I at 20327 NW 2nd Ave.
Israelis Turn In 6,250
Weapons During August
JERUSALEM (WNSi Police
revealed this week that 6.250
weafions of all ty[>es were turned
in to the authorities by Israeli
citizens during August in compli-
ance with the country's new strict
gun control laws.
The month long period of grace
allowed illegal holders of weaiions
tc turn them in anonymously with
no questions asked. Police said
the amnesty will be extended for
another two weeks, but persons
depositing their weapons at local
police stations will be required to
provide a reasonable excuse for
not having brought them in last
month.
Robert C. Kohler
The Dupont Plaza Hotel will be
the scene of the Wednesday noon
"kick-off" luncheon of the 1972
membership campaign of the Flor-
ida Chapter of The Society of
Fellows of the Anii-Defamaion
|Ue of B'nai B'rith, William
M. AI[ier. state chairman, has an-
nounced.
Robert C. Kohler. director of the
New York Regional Office of the
League, will be the guest speaker
at the luncheon-meeting.
Luncheon Guest
Operating with the authoriza-
tion of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The Society of Fellows
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is endeavoring to enroll new men.
bcrs whose support will help j,,
maintaining the continuity 0f n,
multifaceted pi-ograms of [\%
League.
wi5i!l^,.,?r*!inu^ Sf.m Mann* SvoWinn Glenn Huberman
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Sherman Winn, Vice President and General Manager,
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At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
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Friday, September 8, 1972
"*Jmvl$ti fh)irMiiaiin
Paga 5-C
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nings
#
Itcnjninln (iiiidy, who recently
received Che W. Edward* Award
a- "Insurance Man of the Year,"
look his wife, -lu-Uth. and their
child (n, Debbie, Danny and
ii ; I. on a month-long camp-
ing trip in their trailer, and In-
cluded Yellowstone National
Part on the Itinerary. Debbie
returned j'i-1 in time to start
h< assignment on the Teen
Board at Jordan Marsh; .hi lith
i )< lo work on the now
ure she "ill exhibit this
ii.
* i
".: r,ii) I.. 15 irr r. \- '"> l-->
.- o lated with the man-
.i i; I i i". and main-
ce ol o ir in the 'a
191 3 will b come the City
' i imi H ach's s p xinten-
: cours on Sept, 18.
1
hel I .. slmi'ar p st at
Conservatory To
.)ffor Music And
>a!Iet Classes
The Conservatory of Fine Arts
13 NE 167th St.. No-th Miami
i-aeh. is accen'in<; pnrl' in mu-
and dance for its 1972-73 sea-
01'.
.T:ra Ros'. MAV, cli"0(-*-n=s r,t
all graded classes in classical
all graded clacses i classical
and pointe. Special classes
-ballet, and adult beginner
win jiU-o be off"T*d,
11 Headrick, a nationally rec-
l performer and cho*eog-
. will resume his profession-
dvanecd and be in i.i//, and Frank Su'li-
. Erraditatn of i',n University
iouri, with a degree in Mu-
I location, will tnach both
i -'i. aid modern piano.
fri.e Music Department of the
inrervatory wi'l continue to of-
er private instruction in bo'h
I a! and modern piano and
itnr.
t
I"
he'
n lhair Chapter's
niiiKil Meeting
ri' t. annual meeting of the
leater Miami Chanter of the
nerican Friends of Hebrew Uni-
rsity will be held at 8 p.m.
pdnesday, Sent, 20. in the Im-
rial House. 5?:>5 Collins Ave
lami Beach, and will include the
itallation of officers and board
Pinbers.
The program, which is under
chairmanship of Judge Her-
ri S. Shapiro, will include a spe-
ll presentation by Baron de
rsch Meyer called "View from
hint Scopus." and a citation for
|. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb. Henry
km born III, president, and Sey-
fcir Fishman, executive vice
|s dent of the American Friends,
be among the honored guests.
larry A. (Hap) Levy is prcsi-
|t of the Greater Miami Chap-
Mrs. Leon Kronish is presi-
it of the Women's Division.
It's EasyTo Help
For $ia00-lesi than the
price of a pair of theatre
tickets you can provide 15
life-saving blood packs for
(he people of Israel.
Contribute to the American
Red Magen David for Israel
Blood Bank Fund.
| Yt, I want lo help the people of
Urel for the New Year.
Kncloted It my !x deductible
contribution of S______________'
N.m ,
Addre.i____________________J
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-Zip.
Your contribution can be made
In Memory of a loved one
Name ^_^_^^_______
Oeaee make check payable,
and mall lo:
American Red Magen David
for Iirael
888 Seventh Avenue
York, N.Y. 10019
the Miami Shore., Country Club
for almost three yens, and pre-
k'iously was with the Metro
Dade County golf course divis-
ion for seven years.
ir ir -h
writer-director-pr ducer Stan-
ley Kubrick, whose "Clockwork
Orange" won the New York
Film Critics Avt r I. is working
on the script for a new movie
ho plans to shoot next spring
in Eng'and, a "cording to a n
rec i1, I by long time friend
Ed /:i'i'. managing partner of
I'la.v for ^teak.
.
Democrat George Firestone, a
candidate for the State Senate,
l>ist:ii 36, win be Installed as
resident of the National Society
of State Legislators, which in-
cludes legislators and representa-
tive l from all 50 states, when the
organization holds its annual con-
vention in "Miami Beach Dee. l-s.
The convention will hear an ad-
dress b.,- Florida's Gov. Reubin
Askew.
THE PRESIDENT, OFFICERS, EXECUTIVE BOARD
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
and the
(Keren Kayemthe Leisrael Inc.)
Extends To Its Affiliates, The Entire
Jewish Community, The State of Israel
and The Jewish People All Over The World
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY. HEALTHY, PEACEFUL and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Chairman JN'F Foundation
HON. JAY DEREVIER
President
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Friday, September 8. 197;
Histadrut Fcundation
Commitments Soaring
to-
ns. SOL RTEDt
i la lh anniver-
Dr. Sol .-'"'in announced
t in Miami Beach.
J>r. Stein, national irc-si.:<-nr <>/
be bra I Histadrut Foundation.
-;'>]< at thr- Israel Tourist Day
cl-brat!n in the Fontainebleau
[otel cosBonsorad by the Israel
Sovernmeat T Rdrut Toun and El Al Israel Air-



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itJon;
ral chaii
" -' il the
b it Foundation of
Eon Zion Stein-
rOstadrut executive direc-
rvi Gerald Schwartz, public'
relation* counsel for Israel Tourist
Day
Mr. Segal announced a new co-
oparative venture between El Al
and Kastern Airlines known as
"Florida Salutes Israel." Wednes-
day's program kicked off Greater
Miami Jewry's year-long celebra-
tion of Israel's 25th anniversary-
A Happy New Year To All
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"...dissolutions of marriages involving
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granted only with mandatory provision
for counseling of the parents."..."the
root of the crime problem today is the
drug pusher, who should be dealt with
severely by the courts. They are the
criminals; our children are the victims."
There is no substitute
for experience
elect judge
RALPH FERGUSON
CIRCUIT COURT GROUP EIGHT
12 Years Judicial Experience
12 Years Elected Dade County
Officeholder in 1960
Unopposed in 1964 Unopposed
m 1968
12 Years Dedicated Community Service
Raiph Ferguson has served the people of
Dade County for Twelve Years on call
seven days a week twenty four hours a
day. He will continue to serve with the
same devotion and dedication.
Ralph Ferguson has been endorsed For
the CIRCUIT COURT by:
Dade County Federation of Labor,
AFL-CIO
Congress of Senior Citizens Organiza-
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Politicai Actor- Committee of Dade
County Council of_ Senior Citizens.
Hialeah-fvliami Sp'ngs Ba' Assocation
The Tree of Ita .
Lojis D. Tuck, National Vice Com-
mander, Jew sn War Veterans of the
Un ted States.
John J. Gibson, Jr., International Field
Representative, American Federation
of State, County and Municipal Em-
ployees.
Fraternal Order of Police Dade
County Metro Chapter.
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 20,
Walter E. Headley.Jr.
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1972
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Queen Elizabeth 2 To Be
Renovated Before Cruises
Synagogue Council To Join
In Israel 25th Anniversary
Assured Travel Services, which
ta chartered the Queen Elizabeth
2 for two 15-day air/sen cruises to
Israel next Spring, announces that
Cunard Lines will invest up to
K.600.01W Hi major restaurant and
public room construction.
The major renovations include
llie expansion of some of the most
popular shipboard facilities, such
:< tiie two main dining rooms and
Hi,' exclusive Grill Room restau-
rant
In addition. Cunard will enlarge
its menu with more continental
dishes and char-broil cooking. The
company also will employ some
Continental chefs and re-equip the j
kitchens with new food prepare- l
nun equipment to handle the ex- I
landed menu.
Major elements of the Cunard ,
pi-gram include:
Enlarged dinnig rooms to |
handle all cruise passengers at [
one sitting with no waiting.
Enlarged cocktail lounge fa-
rilities to meet the needs of one-
sitting dining plan.
New buffet equipment for i
larger more elaborate and decor-
stive midnight service. i
Re-equipped kitchen for an j
i xpanded menu and emphasis on \
continental cuisine.
New char-boil kitchen equip-
ment for service of steaks and
other typical American fare.
Relocated Grill Room restau-
rant, double its previous size.
As part of the new shift to a
Continental cuisine. Cunard is also
ilishing a school.
Commenting on the. changes,
Richard Patton, president of Cun-
ard Lim -. said. "The Queen Ellz-
2 is Justly known as the
i ship in the world. It is
i intention to maintain the reo-
l< by constantly Improving
and refining every aspect <>f her
si i\ ice.
"As public ta.sies change," he
continued, "so will we. We intend
to slay In tune with, or ahead of |
the limes and continue to provide
the greatest and most satisfying,
le experience in the world.
The Queen Elizabeth 2 is a <
Ruling three-year-old, but during
these formative years of her life :
ve have gained a clear picture of :
hiil passengers are interested in
most, what they like and don't
like," Mr. Patton explained,
"We arc responding to these
preferences by improving and
speeding up our food and beverage
siywcx. .by expanding s<(pie.of the
mast popular features such as the
Grill Room and by instituting a
continental cuisine prepared by
Continental chefs, by adding new-
dishes to the menu and by install-
ing some of the most modern food
picparation equipment available."
The Queen Elizabeth 2 will also
maintain a kosher kitchen as an
integral part of the ship's opera-
tion.
Assured Travel Services has
chartered the Queen Klizaheth 2
for two 15-day air/sea cruises to
Israel during Israel's Silver Anni-
versary celebration. The first air/
sea cruise will be during Passover
from April 14-28; the second,
April 28-May 13, will include In-
dependence Day.
I-ocal travel agents have reser-
vation and booking information.
Elections Set Tuesday
In 120 Dade Contests
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil <>f America, has written to all
of the nation's rabbis urging them
to deliver a sermon on the start
of Israel's 25th anniversary year
during the High Holy Days.
Dr. Lehrman. '.rabbi of Miami
Reach's Temple- Emanu-El, said
the Synagogue Council and its
constituent agencies will partici-
pate in both local and national
celebrations of Israel's birthday.
Some of the events will be co-
ordinated with simultaneous activ-
ities in Israel, Dr. Lehrman noted.
In his letter, Dr Lehrman said,
"Since major events in the cele-
bration are scheduled from the
middle of November until Inde-
pendence Day, i May 7. 197.'5i it is
not t'M) early to begin planning
synagogue and community observ-
ances.
'Tor the immediate future, it i-
importanl to make the entire Jew -
ish community aware of the spi -
c'.al significance of this coming
year, and we trust you will us
I the coming High Holy Days f<
' this purpose."
Dr. Lehrman will Incorporal
the theme Into his own High llol;
Day sermons at the Miami Beacti
: Auditorium, noting that Greate
I Miami's Jewish community has ai -
j htally become a vital force durinq
Israel's rebirth and much of the
strength of Jewry here has been
gained through the tremendous
achievements of the people and
i nation of Israel.
More than 20().nnn persons In
Dade County will go to the ]>olls
Tuesday to dcddc more than 120
races in Democratic, Republican
and non-partisan primaries. Polls
will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
with all persons standing In line
at closing time eligible to vote.
Congressional races, contests for
state senator and a four-way
battle for state attorney spotlight
the long election ballot. Although
only those registered in the two
major parties can vote in the
party primaries, every one regis-
tered may ballot in the non-
partisan races for judicial and
Metro commission posts. The may-
or's race matches Incumbent Steve
. Hark and tour challenge! s,
Incumbent Claude Pep] er faces
i challenge from former Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dermer In a
two-man Democratic contest for
the 14th District nomination. In
the 15th District, D mocratic in-
cumbent Dante Eascell is un-
opposed with Ellis Rubin and Joe
Pereira seeking the GOP nod.
The 1,1th District Congressional
race features three Republicans
and seven Democrats. The Demo-
cratic contest finds former school
board chairman William Lehman.
State Sen. Lee Weissenborn, State
Rep. Louis Wolfson III and busi-
nessman Jay Kislak in heated
combat. Betty Page, Johnson E.
Davis and George Balmer are
other Democratic entries.
State Senate races match Sen.
Dick Pincher against banker Jack
Gordon in District 35, Judge Mal-
vin Englander against State Rep.
George Firestone and Signumd
Schy in District .'Mi, and Speaker
of the House Richard Pettigrcw
against Sen. George Hollahan in
District ,'!9. All are Democrats.
The state attorney's Democratic
primary finds incumbent Dick
Gcrstein facing a challenge from
Harold Solomon, Neal Sonnett and
Eugene Spellman.
Other races include contests for
the Supreme Court, Public Service
Commission. District Court of Ap-
peal, Circuit Court. State House of
Representatives, Metro Commis-
sion and School Board. There's
also voting on the circuit court
clerk and for-or-against balloting
on five Metro judges.
Voters are reminded to
their pi ecinet iiolling placi s, since
some have been changed. Regis-
tration for the November general
election continues.
European Airports Warned
LONDON (VVNS) Leila
Khaled, the Arab guerrilla girl who
participated in an abortive attempt
to hijack an El AI Israel Airlines
jet over Britain two years ago,
left Beirut a week ago and has
been seen in Holland. accorJing
to reports reaching here. Airports
all over Europe have been warned
that Miss Khaled is at large.
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LEVER 26A
A MAN TO TRUST ...
A RECORD TO RESPECT
Harvard Law School Graduate, Juris Doctor 1943
Impartial Labor Arbitrator 15 years for major
National Unions and Companies
Vice-Chairman Urban Renewal Agency
Bar Assoc: Ethies-Grievance-Unauthorized
practice Committees
Former Special Deputy Attorney General N.Y.
Director Dade League of Cities, Past Pres. MB. Taxpayers
Elk; Past Pres. Govt. Research Council
City of Miami Beach Councilman
RELIGIOUS LEADER
Chairman of the Board and President of State of Florida B'nai
B'rith Past Pres. North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith .Listed Ml
Who's Who in World Jewry Member of the Executive Board
of American Jewish Comm .Member Board of Gov. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Director of the Brotherhood Temple
Beth Sholom V.P. of the Jewish Vocational Service .
Member Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League .
Member Temple Emanuel.
ft JEROME GREENE WAS ELECTED BY THE
PEOPLE ... HIS OPPONENT TOM TESTA WAS
APPOINTED BY CLAUDE KIRK IN THE FINAL DAYS
OF H'S REGIME .THIS IS A TWO MAN RACE.
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Friday, September 8, 1972
It provides security for its borders. It recl\
Jjhc jfewisn Mrs. Beulah Davis.
Mrs. Ida Wessel.
Mayshie Friedberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Grunhut.
Frank Brickman.
Hen. Moshe Gilboa, Consul General of Israel, on his
parture to Israel congratulates the Jewish National
leadership for their achievements. Left to right: Rabbi liv
Lehrman, JNF Foundation chairman, Hon. Jay Den
president, JNF of Greater Miami, Hon. Moshe Gilboa,'
sul General of Israel and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
man, JNF Executive Board.
Awa
Recipients of citations at the JNF Recognition and ..
Night, presented by Hon. Jay Dermer. president, JNF
Greater Miami Standing left to right: Maestro and Mrs
ing Pietrack, Hon. Jay Cermer. president, JNF of Gr
Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen, Mrs. Rose Astrov
Mrs. Ida Bookspan.
Samuel Pascoe.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. rabbi of Cuban
Hebrew Congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Liberman.
TV.


Friday, September 8, 1972
fJm'ist ftcridlgain
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D STRING!
Imns barren land for the new immigrants.
Ulear to J he Jewish C
ovnrnun
itu of (-greater \
Jewish Nalional Fund 70th anniversary celebration held in New York.
Sen. Hubert Humphrey, quest speaker, Hon. Jay Dermer,. president, JNF
of Greater Miami, national chairman and Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman,
JNF Foundation oi Greater Miami, guest speaker.
Gov. Reubin Askew congratulated by Hon. Jay Dermer, president, Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami, on his acceptance of being the guest of
honor of the Jewish National Fund annual dinner, Dec. 10, 1972.
Rabbis meet to support Jewish National Fund activities.
From left to right: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Rabbi Nathan
Zolondek, Rabbi Sadi Nahamias. Rabbi Maurice Klein,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Hon. Jay Dermer. Rabbi Charles
Rubel, Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan,
Judge Zev W. Kogan, president, JNF Southern Region.
Meyer Pesin, national president, Jewish National Fund of
America on his visit to Miami, addressed the Jewish Na-
tional Fund leadership. Left to right: Moe Levin, chairman.
Special Gifts for JNF, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, cochairman.
Women's Division, Prof. Andre Bialolenki. vice president.
Chief Rocky Pomerance, Chief of Police Miami Beach, Mrs.
Richard Schwarz, cochairman. Women's Division. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, JNF Foundation chairman, Meyer Pesin, na-
tional president, JNF of America, Mrs. Meyer Pesin, Mrs.
Mendel Fisher of New York, Abraham Grunhut, vice presi-
dent. Leo Mindlin, vice president and Judge Zev. W. Kogan,
president, JNF Southern Region.
Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma, seen with Hon. Jay Dermer,
president, JNF of Greater Miami, Ernest Samuels, president
of Point East and JNF leader. Cantor Saul Breeh, chairman,
JNF High-Rise and Congregational activities.
Sen. Fred Harris from Oklahoma, guest speaker of the
Jewish National Fund 1971 annual dinner seen with Rabbi
David Lehrfield, devoted leader of JNF and Rabbi of Kneseth
Israel, Hon. Jay Dermer, president. JNF of Greater Miami,
Mrs. Richard Schwarz, cochairman. Women's Division and
Abraham Grunhut, vice president.
Recipients of citations at the JNF Recognition and Award
Night, presented by Hon. Jay Dermer, president, JNF of
Greater Miami. Standing left to right: Mrs. Malka Shklair,
Simon Tetenbaum, Mrs. Helen Pollack, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers,
Moe Reiffen, Hon. Jay Dermer, Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Schusel, Rabbi David Raab and Mr. and Mrs. Joshuah Z.
Stadlan.
Frank Pamess honored at JNF dinner. Standing left to right:
Mr. and Mrs. Max Pamess, Hon. Jay Dermer. president,
JNF of Greater Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parness, Hanan
Yardein, former world administrator of JNF. Judge Zev W.
Kogan, president. JNF Southern Region, and Rabbi Meyer
Abramowitz. chairman, Executive Board.

Meyer Pesin, national president, Jewish National Fund of
America, congratulates Hon. Jay Dermer, president, JNF
of Greater Miami, on the outstanding achievements of Jew-
ish National Fund in Israel.


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Friday, SepleJje: 9
Hon. Jay Dernier, President of the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami, presenting Service Awards
to outstanding JNF leaders and workers.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusnetz.
Mr and Mrs. Herman Medow.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mondres.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz.
K
Annual Banquet December 10,1972
Fontainebleau Hotel
ESTABLISH AN ANNUITY INCOME THROUGH THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND FOUNDATION AND EARN UP
TO 16% A YEAR.
fresiJi.
Si Irving Lehrman Zev. W. Koqun
? JNf Foundation Pteuitn), Southern
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Chairman of the
txecutive Board
Hon. Jay Dermer
President, JNf of
Greater Miami
a*di-\ ut
For Information Call:
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L--, September 8, 1972
*, Imfati Ffr>ridliicnn
Pag= 11-C
Am Sisterhood To Open Season With Fashion Show i Jzs"met Klans To Marn'Peter GalUr
jrything there is a sea- Norman Woiner. Mrs. Harold
time to every purpose Malin is executive vice president.
heaven: .. 1'iwani. vice piosrieijta are Mis
[ ne to |llant. and a iim 1 MR'liarl t'loin and Mii.J SlaiSin
p ih it which is planted; Dai low. ( liairmen for the liinch-
.n(. to weep, and a time eon include opening luncheon and
fashion show, Mrs. Sam Rosen; i
decorations, Mrs. Kenneth Han-;
kin; fixxl. .Mrs. Robert Gavrin;
ill i it... Mrs. Frank Legow. and
imitations, Mrs. Murray Birchan-
!ky.
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shi.
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fiishi'
li-iri
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Bal
tin to i
Kir du<
be pai
kiv a
low.
Mflce,
Sisl
me t i casl away stones.
. ither stones to-
i seek, and a time to
keep silence, and
i
FCcciesiastes
Be1 Am Sisterhood
beautiful passage
S i Iptui i b as the
i fo ; 1972-73 program
the opening meet-
iii ,i a Time to i!. [in,"
- lay, Se.ot. 27,
. in the temple's Social
0 SAW 88th St. Mrs.
ill will give the
hting the luncheon meet-
.. mini's and chil-
ishion show. "Fabulous
by Lucia of Dadeland"
mely Togs from Melony's
<.: Boys and Girls
are t'> he modeled by
I ladies and their chil-
Mint; service is available
i Hers. The luncheon is free
-pail members. (Dues may
at the door.) Reservations
MUST. Call Adrianne Dar-
. role Coin, or the temple
"noo.1 president is Mrs.
Mizrachi Selects Mrs* Finkelstein
Dr. Phihp Samet of Miami Reach Samet, is in her senior year at
announces the engagement of his Ohio State University. Her fiance,
daughter. Joan, to Peter Galler. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Josei I
the^soii of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Coouer <{f Miami Beach, is al
Gajjeivof Bay Harbor. senttr af Ohio State.
Joan, daughter of the late Mrs.
Phyllis (). Samet and grand- Jllc' U(,,llllnK will take place
daughter of Mrs. l>ora Offenhen- I "l'x< June after the couple grad-
den and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel uatcs,
Jeanne (Mrs. Alfred i Finkel-
stein of 0100 S.W. 85th Tor., has
been selected as a member of a
Task Force of twenty women
national and regional leaders ol
Hie Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
li n of America from all parts
>i the tinted states which will
begin a two-week, in-depth work-
Hlld-action lour of Israel del. 11.
Yiiumi Chapter
Groups To Meet
Aviva Croup of the Miami
ter ni Hadassah will hold its
first general meeting Monday at
the home of Mrs. Sam Rosen with
Mrs. Jules (I. Minkes presiding.
Following the business meeting,
a program entitled "What to
Wear to (he Polls and What to
Do When You Get There" will be
presented, fashions by Sheila
Natasha Friedman will be modeled
by Aviva members.
Municipal Court Judge Dan
j Satin will s[>eak on "The New
| Judicial Court System" at the
! opening meeting of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Group Monday at 12:45
p.m. in the Marlen Gardens Audi-
torium.
99951
A sensational batting average.
As a Circuit Court Judge and as a
Judge of the Industrial Claims Court.
Judge Rhea Grossman has been
reversed only four times in
adjudicating over 3700 cases.
This is indeed a proud record.
'Judge Grossman brings to the
Circuit Court Bench youth, vitality,
knowledge of the law and an
awareness of today's world
Return Judge Rhea Grossman to
the Circuit Court. This is one vote
you'll always be proud of.
' The fundamentals
of justice are that
no one shall suffer
wrong, and that
the public good
be served:
Keeping pace with Israel's rap-
idly changing social, welfare, and
educational needs, (he Task Force
will attempt to determine which
services Mizrachi Women can best
develop and support based on
Heir resources, experience, and
xpertise.
As part of a three-phase, two-
nation, 17th annual convention of
the organization, the Task Force
\ ill moot with Prime Minister
Golda Meir and other top govern-
ment officials in a series of work-
discussion meetings and visit the
principal projects established by!
Mizrachi Women and other organ-
zations in the areas of social ser-
vice, education, and child-care.
Based on their investigations
and findings at key programs and
interviews with ministers and
project directors, the Task Force
will outline general recommenda-
tions to be used as guidelines for
the organization's future service to
Israel.
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Friday, September 8, 1971
Biscayne Federal Branch
Office To Open Sept. 20
Artist's rendition of the new Miami Beach
Branch of Biscayne Federal Savings and
Loan Association, which will open Wednes-
dcy, Sept. 20. The new facility is on the
comer of Sheridan Avenue and Arthur God-
frey Read.
Wednesday, Sept. 20. has been
set as the opening date <>i the
new branch office for Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Ass <-
elation, located on the con:
Arthur Godfrey Road and Sheri-
dan Avenue, Miami Beach, accord-
ing to L\ Albeit Pallot. president
and board chairman.
Designed by Verner Johi
A.I.A., it is an inii re live itru -
ture hose form and
create a symlxd of an astute and
i regressive savings instil
rior <>f the building Is
sheathi 1 in white marble, all
from on .- lected block,
piece matched as to grain and
t( xture to adjacent : leces.
Two tall columns, cove
black granite, frame the
dooi and window which is i
by a brilliantly lit canopy. To the
left of the entrance is an alcove
which contains a night depository
for customers of the association.
The main banking room has a
23-ft. high ceiling, illuminated
with the latest in recessed fluor-
escent fixtures, with concealed air
distribution systems. The long
west wall of this room is covered
with mirrors the entire length ami
height, divided by slender columns
,1 solid marble. Near the center of
this wall is a panel of black
ite as an accent.
The focal point of the bankins
lobb.- is a garden at the far end
of the room. The garden an 1 I
entire room are reflected in m
irs to give a sense of ever in-
creasing spaciousness.
The rear portion of the itruc-
;uie is two stories high, the
, part housing a vault for 5.000 safe
ep> ill boxe and on the >j
floor, a balcony ovejjooki-
main banking lobby, contail :-
fices and loung -
F. Roy Weissel. N.S.J.D I
laborated with Verner Johnson.1
AIA. on the interior design and
decor. General contractor is A .i:::|
Construction Co., Inc.
In The Mail
EDITOR'S NOTE: Umigntd letttr*
o the editor will not be printed.
GDITOB, The Jewish lloridian:
On Friday, Aug. 2.">. an ail
ippeared In the Ji i b i Fiori .. in
leadlined, "Aid To Lsrai I, S
Wins Backing, Fincher Gains N< ..
Support." liven though this was
i paid political ; the
is \ paid political a I -rtis
support of Dick Fii cher and nol
t- a paid palltkaJ a Iverl ... rhent
IS ll was meant to be.
This article was laci d with ina?-
Mil makir. it I ioh as II i
i-ii. ther was encarsed !>y a nromi
nent Miami Beach rabbi who has
denied sucht endorsement person-
ally.
Th-^ artl !" "pi. pi. adv." was
m ant to n Is! ad i ather tha i in-
i t the Jewish affiliation
ai '. \ Irtui of Dick Fincher. It
' I) proper that h sta I on
: ii" i l. rathi r than on an in-
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a Jewish we klj |
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I September 8. 1972
vJetvist) ftcrScfgrJir
Pcrcje 13-C
inberg Favors An 'Ombudsman'
III Steinberg, seeking election
I, Florida House of Repre-
Ewes, District 101. said this
1 lhat he favors legislation to
a state-funded "ombuds-
to arbitrate tenant-landlord
tes.
ombudsman is needed to
Jafter the tenants' welfare."
Isteinberg said. "Too many
1 take advantage or ten-
then seek protection from
)ts' complaints behind state
enacted years ago, that
i\ favor the landlord.
[:th an ombudsman system.
Its with grievances could no-
Ihe agency of a problem and
fate would dispatch someone
\k into the case. Such a sys-
>uld help clear the already
crowded civil court calendars, save
, onr.nts legal fees, and help re-
solve the dispute in short order,"
[ Mr. Steinberg added.
I ~------------------------
Powell Cites Experience
In Bid For Court Clerk
Charles M. (Chuck) Powell, a
I candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
'Court, has served for 10 years as
: deputy clerk. He has also had 16
j years experience as an insurance
executive.
A graduate of Miami Senior
j High School, Mr. Powell attended
both the University of Florida and
the University of Miami. He has
served as president of the Junior
Orange Bowl Committee and of
the Exchange Club of Coral
Gables.
MEYER BRILLIANT
41A COUNTY JUDGE 41A
JUDGE TESTA RULED
for the removal of bill-
boards from our streets.
RETURN THE JUDGE WHO GUARDS YOUR INTERESTS:
JUDGE TOM TESTA, CIRCUIT COURT. LEVER 26B.
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a*
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French Socialist's
Invitation Canceled
PARIS (WNSI The Soviet
Union this week cancelled '"!';'"'"h
Socialist leader Franco!* MltH-l-
and'8 Invitation u> vaM the I SSH
because of the stand he has taken
on behalf of SovW Jfwrjv.
The Soviet faffstlior to
Prance Ptotr \braastanov, In a
letter to the First Secretary of
the French Soclaltot Party s:ii 1h;it. after the anti-Soviet stand
taken by Mitterand, "thfa vi-it to
the Soviet Union can servo no use-
ful purpose."
Ambassador Abrasshnov pointed
to "two fundamental anti-Soviet
Hands" taken by MHterand: W
intervention on behalf of Soviet
Jewry and his rccenl appeal to
the Soviet government to lift th<
ransom as applied to would-be
Jewish eml trants, and bis Inter
vention on behalf of the Czecl
ectuals new being tried li
pi ague.
Mr. Mitf' i ii'l had been due
to visit Moscow i.' xi month ai thi
of the newly esta
t-( 'on mini pie ; ,:'"! !)l" '
Ia1 i can t!i>i
i e ir-rca-h
lions ,'io to take place next spring
in Prance.
The Soviel Ambassador's letter
declared that the ransom system
"i5 not an anti-Jewish action but ^
! li applied tu an equal exti nt to all
Soviet citizens.'! Mr. Abrassimov
i also claimed the Soviet Union
does not dtscrlminale in any form
'whatsoever against ii> Jewish
citizens."
The ambassadors letter and the
cancellation of Mr. Mltterand**
trip to Moscow reveals for the
first time that MOSCOW is prepared
U> erase all it~ electoral chances in
Prance In order to openly show
hat it considers these two issues,
Soviet .Jewry >nJ Czechoslovakia,
is vital to Soviet interests, sources
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For County Court Judge Group 6.We really need him


A DIRECTOR OF THE HEBREW ACADEMY,
MAL ENGLANDER HAS LIVED, WORKED
AND SERVED THIS DISTRICT FOR
40 YEARS. HIS OPPONENT MOVED TO
OUR DISTRICT A MONTH AGO! FORMER
JUDGE, VICE MAYOR AND COUNCILMAN,
MAL ENGLANDER WILL FIGHT FOR
THE RIGHTS OF TENANTS, HOME
OWNERS AND CONDOMINIUM OWNERS!
UNITE with
Mai ENGLANDER
he'll msmvs
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In business In civic organizations
In the communnity In church
In fraternal organizations
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Congressman Dante Fascell and congressional interns
[arer. Zinner and Albert Kahn are pictured in front of the
l.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., where they
[pen: c poition of the summer working in Fascell's office,
gaining the ins and outs of Congress and how it operates.
I the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner, 2017
llhambra Circle, Coral Gables, is a student at the Forsylhe
Schuc: of Dental Hygiene, a division of Northeastern Uni-
rersity. Albert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kahn of 20
sland Avenue. Miami Beach, is a junior at the University
la, where he is majoring in Business Administration.
Dr. (ioldmann Cenler Of
Bitter New Controversy
IV iWXSl Dr. Na-
0, president of the
| < 'onsreaa, became,
1 ., hitler new con-
I week over his pro-
\ oi Id Jewry and the
:, 11. ni raise the money
i excessive visa foes le-
li lei authorities from
latei wishing to leave
1 -
mi tin's proposal, m:\dr ,
,(1! thin*:, he reported.
he said, "it may be unavoidable
that apart from a public campaign
we will have to finance the pay-
ments a-krd by the Russians."
Dr. Goldmann claimed that he (Miami area.
was given a hint some time ago
that the Russians were preparing
to demand payment from Jewish
academicians and Intellectuals
to I -ave. 1 tried to per-
suade them not to do so, but they
a:d other countries did the same
Fogg Pushes
Reelection


Drive In Dade
Metro Commissioner Edward C.
Fogg, III this week campaigned
| on a person-to-person basis in his
Strong drive to letain his scat in
. District 8. Voting Tuesday will be
! jn a non-partisan basis.
Commissioner Fogg was ap-
pointed to the Metropolitan Dade
. County commission last April to
fill the unexpired term of R.
i Hardy Matheson.
The president of Farm Stores,
Inc., a chain of drive-in dairy
Stores located throughout South
Florida, Commissioner Fogg has
boon a Greater Miami civic and
business leader all of his adult life.
Born in Philadelphia, Mr, Fogg
I came to Miami in 1926. with his
i parents; a few years later his
1 father began a dairy operation in
Miami Beach.
Alter attending the University
oi Miami and the University of
Florida, where he was a member
ol the Beta Theta Pi fraternity,
he joined his father's business
During World War II. Fogg
served as a technical sergeant in
finance at posts in Arkansas and"
Texas. He and ids younger brother
Alan bought the family business
In 1957 and continued on then-
own.
Commissioner Fogg is a past
exalted ruler and honorary life
member of the Miami Beach Elks
lodge and currently serves as a
director of the American Bankers |
Insurance Co, and the Southeast
Hank of Miami Springs. He and
his wife. Lisbech, live In the South
North Shore JWVA Meets
The North Shore Ladies Auxil-
iary No. 677 of the Jewish War
Veterans, will meet :-t s p.m.
Wednesday at the Washington
I : oroptly iii nounct
ipoki -i.an for the Jewish
I Hi WJC'S Israeli
I i'.i said they dissoci-
complctely from
mi that Russian Jews
ansoiiud.
from London quotes
I in the Soviet Union
ii the new visa foes
''il l>> the Soviet Council of
' Aug. :> will come up
II lion by the Supreme
I '>n Si pt. 19.
I mbers of the WJC
I11 manded Goldmann's
i' an I Jes\i>h Agen ij
on Dultzin said he
shocked" at Dr.
\ i "-.linn. "We will not
"' I I.', slan Jews be re-
status Of cattle with
ill ii heuds,"
1 8 Labor Party MK
I in o the WJCs [sra II
ia d he did not share
/"'- view and noted |
I WJC bodies are Involv d '
ant:-rnn som campaign.
nann deplored the So-
l that Jews reimburse
the higher education
. "' as a condition for
f | in to leave. However.
Federal, ll""' Normandy Dr,
OF BP

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Famous .
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at
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IT TAKES COURAGE
TO BE YOUR LEGISLATOR!
I'M FOR A STATE LOTTERY
TO RAISE FUNDS FOR EDUCATION
The Only Way To Stop
A State Income Tax
and New Property Taxes
It is going to take bold, aggressive legis-
lation to stop taxing the people for our
educational needs... we can't afford a
state income tax...we can't afford new
property taxes...The way other states
have solved the problem can be done in
FLORIDA. A state-operated lottery for
education is a good deal BECAUSE
EVERYBODY WINS! The lottery is only
for education and would reduce home-
owners and tenants taxes.
LEVER 8-B
MURRAY
MEYERSON
YOUR MAN IN TALLAHASSEE
DEMOCRAT
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 100. ______.
You are paying too much in taxes
and getting little in return.
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Enabling legislation up,
control aws. condominium unitp"*n0en,rac)s. and
fn seeking lunds ..... alJ
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jmi, Florida Friday. September 8, 1972
Section D
Again The World
Remains Silent!
By
IR. BERNARD MAXDELBAUM
\ Seven Arts Feature)
This L* the year 1972, with a
"r.ited Nations and its Commis-
in on Human Rights, and yet we
|] hear sounds of the medieval,
irk ages.
Uganda announces the inhuman
section of "iii.OOO (or possibly
'.OOOi Asians from its land, and
doesn't create a ripple in the
louncils of nations.
Again the world is silent.
Politicians running for election
ire silent because there are not
many votes in this issue. U.N.
Secretary General Kurt Waldheim
lamely silent about the horren-
dous offense to human rights. But
lews cannot be silent. We know
Irom our history and contempo-
rary events what cruelty is in-
volved in either the forcible evic-
tion of citizens from land or the
qually inhuman, forcible preven-
pon of their free choice to leave
they wish.
i Consider the stated reasons for
fganda's actions. The leaders and
cal residents refer to the un-
wanted Indians and Pakistanis as
ne cause of the "problem of
pthering financial reserves," "the
loofeurs of the economy." The
fcw-s reports that "the resentment
luard the Asians is vast even
hong intellectuals," and they are
parly being used as scapegoats
anything that may be wrong
the land.
I By now it must be clear that
fil committed against any seg-
ment of mankind and 50,000
uman tragedies are not a small
Igment is a threat to all the
wld! Again the heralded princ-
iples which underlie the United
lations Commission on Human
lights are subject to cynicism
then such happenings do not
Voke the necessary action to pre-
ent abuses to such elementary
liman rights!
The politics of caution must be
put aside in the face of such im-
moralit /. The hour demands an
especially loud call from the voice
of the Jewish conscience, express-
ing repugnance at such behavior
and the urgent appeal for its im-
mediate halt. The world was silent
when Uganda summarily evicted
Israelis from their land, without
rhyme or reason, but with the
accusations of tyrannical 'big-lie"
technique.
Jews must not be silent when
others this time other Asians
suffer the same wicked, uncivilized
treatment: ". for you know the
feelings of the stranger, having
yourselves been strangers in the
land of Egypt." (Exodus 23:9).
Of all man's shortcomings, noth-
ing has done more harm to society
than the sin of silence when evil
appears. Silence in the face of
continuous acts of evil was the
cause of World War II; silence
made the holocaust a reality;
silence followed the Lod massacre,
and now silence about the plight
iof innocent people in a land which
is a bona-fide member of the
United Nations.
Every Jewish organization that
represents a concern for the
sacredness of human rights The
American Jewish Committee and
Congress, A.D.L. has a duty
to speak up in the name of a tra-
dition that believes in the Family
of Mankind, living in One World,
Evil or sickness in any member of
the human family is a danger to
us all.
Hadassah Found Wherever
Jewish Families Settle
From Alaska and Hawaii to
Puerto Rico where the meet-'
ings are held in both Spanish and
English wherever people settle
wherever there are Jewish fam-
ilies there is Hadassah.
Career women, housewives, the
rich and the far-from-rich, Hadas-
sah, with 325,000 members in over
1,400 chapters and groups is the
largest women's organization in
the United States.
Every member can play an im-
portant role, according to her in-
terests and abilities. Hadassah's
structure is built on volunteer
leadership. Ninety-six cents of
every dollar raised goes directly to
its services in Israel, and to the
youth and adult programs in our
country.
Hadassah has a bui'.t-in youth
factor, put there by its founder,

Lairy Chelder, a former member of Young Judaea and
Hashachar youth leader from New York, is now head of
,he lurkey project at Moshav Neve Ilan, the Hadassah-
EPonsored cooperative development near Jerusalem orga-
nized by young American and Israeli families. Through its
youth movement, Hashachar, and its Aliyah Department,
Hadassah has encouraged group aliyah. Neve Ilan is the
result of one such group, or garin.
Henrietta Szold, a liberated wom-
an long before it was fashionable
to be one.
A number of Miami Beach
Chapter groups will be holding
their first meetings of the new
season in the coming weeks.
The Israeli Group will meet at
the Algiers Hotel Monday noon.
Mrs. Joseph Meyer will preside; a
candlelighting ceremony will high-
light the regular meeting,
ft ft ft
Mrs. Nat Barth will preside at
the Golda Meir Group board meet-
ing in the card room of the Ocean
Side Plaza, 5555 Collins Ave.,
Monday, at 10:30 a.m.
ft ft ft
The Emma Lazarus Group will
meet at the Holiday Inn, 8701 Col-
lins Ave., for luncheon Monday at
11:30 a.m. Mrs. Henrietta Fine
will preside; a report on the re-
cent national convention in New
York City and a film entitled 'The
Power of the Pebble" will high-
light the program.
ft ft ft
The Louis D. Brandels Group
will hold its first regular luncheon
meeting in the Fontaine Room of
the Fontainebleau Hotel Monday
at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. David Reinwald
will preside; the program will fea-
ture a 2 p.m. presentation of the
one-act comedy "Tillie Goes to
Israel" by the Thespian Players of
the Miami Beach Senior High
School Community Theatre. Au-
thor of the play, which will be
directed and narrated by Jay W.
Jensen, the Community Theatre's
drama director and coordinator, is
Lillian Goldberg, a local play-
wright and lyricist, who has writ-
ten more than 100 poems about
Israel as well as songs and plays,
and has received a Thespian So-
ciety Award.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Anna Stone will preside at
the meeting of the Shaloma Group
in the Algiers Hotel Tuesday noon,
ft ft ft
The Royal Maccabees Group will
meet at the Victor Hotel Wednes-
day, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. Mrs. Betty
Fast will speak on membership;
Mrs. Irene Birnbaum will preside,
ft ft ft
The Eddie Cantor Group has
scheduled a luncheon and book re-
view in the Fontainebleau Hotel,
Thursday, Sept. 21, at 11:30 a.m.
Shirley Green will preside.
WASHINGTON, D.C. There is a new book, full of politi-
cal dynamite, bound to evoke wide discussion, It is Robert W.
Tuker's "A New Isolationism." Its thesis starts where Sen!
McGovern's "Come home, America" leaves off. But it goes fur-
ther to argue that isolationism is not a threat but a promise,
that most if not all of our past internationalism has become
archaic and that there is little reason for mincing terms and
avoiding "the dread word isolationism."
Tucker makes explicit what may be vaguely implied in some
of McGovern's positions on foreign and defense policies. I'm cer-
tain that McGovern would dissociate himself from Ticker's ex-
treme statements and his rugged refusal to run away from
"isolationism" as a term. But the debate will be clarified.
ft ft
ft
SLENDER AND COMPACT, careful and scholarly, this is an
explosive book, one that I admire even while I strongly opoose
its conclusions. Tucker challenges the assumptions on which
American internationalism has been based. He also makes his
own assumptions clear. Here they are- (1) That the American
alliance system must be discarded, since it involves us in costly,
even catastrophic, foreign adventures; (2) That American power
abroad is no longer a force for good in fact, that it has be-
come an evil force; (3) That American military security doesn't
require foreign involvement, and that it won't cost any more
to maintain a "fortress America" than the present defense costs
perhaps even less; (4)That American national interests don't
require the maintenance of global stability and order; (5) That
there will be costs to be paid for American isolationism the
reduction of American influence abroad, the spread of nuclear
weapons, the growth of world instability and disorder, but that
these are not too high a price to pay for the advantages of turn-
ing America homeward and inward.
I'm glad that Tucker has made all this explicit. No one else
has, certainly not the Midwest Populists and Republican con-
servatives who led the interwar isolationist movement from
1919 to 1937, nor the postwar right-wing isolationists of 1945 to
1955.
The new isolationism differs from the earlier brands by the
fact that it is largely left wing rather than largely right wing.
Where the earlier isolationism was a reaction against Woodrow
Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt and their foreign policy elite
and the intellectuals behind them, the current isolationism is
led by the intellectuals and by the defectors from the foreign
policy elite.
ft ft ft
REACTING TO THE BASIC assumptions of the isolation-
ists of today, let me set down some of my own:
1 It would be highly dangerous for America to give up
her basic alliances in Europe, in Latin America, in the Middle
East and with Japan. It would be equally dangerous to give up
the new special relationships being negotiated with both China
and Russia. No champion of isolationism, including Tucker, has
yet successfully rebutted the Kissinger approach to a Great
Powers' global equilibrium.
2 American internationalism doesn't depend on military
Intervention anywhere in the world. But where friendly nations
give a good account of themselves with self-help as, for ex-
ample, Israel then military aid without troops or bombing to
meet a threat makes sense.
3 It would be foolish in the extreme to abandon American
influence abroad. Such influence economics, scientific, intel-
lectual, cultural is an integral part of being a massive civili-
zation. It doesn't depend on American power alone or even pri-
marily. But the abandonment of internationalism could easily
undercut and doom it.
(4) American military security doesn't require American
intervention globally, but it does require a high degree of world
stability and order. If America withdraws from the world it
will mean the spread of nuclear weapons to many other nations.
This will require an even higher degree of American military
readiness than today a "fortress America" posture, which
could be more costly in every way than the policy of inter-
nationalism.
ft ft ft
TUCKER'S ARGUMENT that even a Soviet-controlled
Western Europe wouldn't hurt America's security reduces his
position to an absurdity. It misses all the nuances of what a
Communist Euroi>e, quite aside from the nuclear deterrence
problem, would moan for America's internal, moral and psycho-
logical situation.
This is a debate that should continue, nationally and locally.
I am convinced that foreign peoples and their leaders sense the
importance of the American debate. It accounts for the remark-
able near-unanmity with which world leaders, not only in con-
servative nations but Communist (like Russia and China) and
Social Democratic (like Germany and Israel) today react against
the danger of a possible new American isolationism.
Obviously they are self-interested. But their interests, like
the American, depend on continuing the great recent strides
toward world stability.
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vJenisti FieriJiam
Friday, September 8, I972
Pioneer Women Face Up To
Task Of Absorbing Emigres
Stephenson Gets WC-JLC Award As Citizen Of Year
Metro Commissioner E. T. (Ed> Union to grant religious freedom
Stephenson, president of the Dadei to its Jews, were Harold Ostrolf.
County AFL-CIO, received the; national president of the Work-
w,.,,' .. firkin anH Jewish La- men's Circle: Kmanuel Muravchik,
The challenging task of success-
fully ahtawWflg Ue Rro\ing wstve
of immigrants to Israel is being
faced up to in a new one-to-one,
pei-on-to-person by Pioneer
Women.
In a symposium held last month
in Tel Aviv for more than 100
lc aders of the women's organiza-
tion from branches all over the
countiry, a spokesman for the
Immigration Department of Mo-
e*/ct Hanoalot. Pioneer Women's
Israel affiliate, reported that the
organization's local groups arc
forming special absorption pro-
grams and enlisting all volunteers,
including non-members, who want
to be involved in helping Olim.
This program will supplement
the formal assistance provided by
the Ministry of Absorption, Jew-
ish Agency and other offici.il hod-
ie-, to demonstrate to the Immi-
grant that he is wanted.
"Meeting immigrants at the air-
port with flowers, as nice as thai
Is, is not enough. Someone should
knock on their door the first day
a family moves into a community,]
tell them where the stores are.
how to eet a doctor, the best way
for the children lo walk to school."
the Pioneer Women-Moetzct Ha-
onlot Iead>r ware -told.
This kind of massive person-to-
person and family-to-family help-
ins hand is the current goal of the
organization's immigrant program.
Forty-five thousand new immi-
grants were received by Lsrael last
year, and it was pointed out that
if the United States received im-
rrdgrants at the same rate as
Israel, it would have to cope with
about three million newcomers
annually.
Referring to the struggle of
Soviet .lews to obtain exit permits
and to immigrate to Israel, For-
eign Ministry spokesman noted
that the Russians are then often
disappointed by misunderstandings
and the lack of warmth they feel
in Israel. This can be corrected
through the kind of enlightened
volunteer work which the Pioneer
Women-Moetzet Hapoalot has un-
dertaken.
Workmen's Circle and Jewish La-
bor Committee "Citizen of the
Year" award, which was in the
form of a hand-lettered..stfsVUMaJ
a dinner in the Algiers Hotel early
this week.
Participating in the program,
which honored Mr. Stephenson for
national executive director of the
Jewish Labor Committee, and
Stephen J. Rcmsen, Miami area
chairman ol the JLC.
The Workmen's Circle, a 72-
year-old fraternal and beneficial
organization, has some 80,000 mem-
viduals and organizations, includ
ing the Workmen's Circle Lab*
Zionist Alliance, Forward Assort?
tion and labor unions,
I
leading the effort of working peo-! bets, more than 1.500 of whom
pie to achieve dignity, assisting in | are in the Greater Miami area. The
the fight to hold down the cost
of living, working to fulfill the
needs of older Americans and at-
tain equal opportunity for all. and
mobilizing pressure on the Soviet
membership of the Jewish Lalx>r
Committee, which works with
both the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and organized labor.
Eckhort Gets Support
Jim F.ckhart, a candidate for|
the Florida House. District lisl
has received endorsements from I
the Miami News. The Tenants!
Association of Florida, The Flor.l
ida Coalition of Mobile lien* I
Owners, The Dade County Mohj|,l
Home Owners Civic League, Con-1
guess of Senior Citizens and I
International Association of Mi-I
is composed of some 2,500 indi- I chinists and Aerospace Workers.
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Friccy. September 8, 1972
*Jewisti Flcrkttan
Page 3-D
United Fund Launches
Its 1972 Campaign
Can palgn chairman Alvah H.
btapman president of the Miami
feral, chaired the 1972 United
Fund mpaign kickoff event this.
l-cck i! ilic Everglades Hotel.
William .Seawi'll. .chairman.:
L.sldcnl and chief executive of-
i,.',.. i Fan American World Air-
tays v.. the keynote speaker for
fie event, which drew more than,
| .(immunity leaders.
Master of ceremonies' for the,
1 .li' year was nick Whitcamb, j
Conor man and news commenta-
Tr0ri WCKT (Ch. 71. Archbishop
oleman F. Carroll and Rev. Ed-
I;i ii T. Graham pronounced
Tv invocation and benediction for
ting.
m l} Spear and his orchestra (
provided the entertainment for the
occasion through the cooperation
of Loral fi'vi. American Federation
of Musicians, Frank C&sciola
president -Miss Erica Trevor was
the featured vocalist with th
orchestra.
The kickoff luncheon begins a
scries of public events leading to
the completion of the campaign at
the Victory Dinner scheduled foi
Nov. IS. More than 4.000 volun-
teers will participate in this year's
drive for $6,678,000 to support the
activities of 4(> member agencies
and more than twenty additional
community service programs.
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tnl in District 113.
He is 42 years of age and has
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ade County since 19S9. He is a
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lived a degree of Juris Doctor in
lw, after studying engineering and
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linois 'nstitute of Technology. He
lids a Bachelor of Science Degree.
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lw, he was an engineer with the
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kited States Attorney tor the Dis-
(i't of Columbia and as a civilian
torney in the Pentagon, where,
ong other things, he received a
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ofessional associations, and is
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ir Association chapter in South
prida, which is composed of
verol hundred lawyers who serve
|th or practice before Federal
lencies and Federal Courts.
lAlso Malloy has served at Chair-
pn of various national commit-
ps of the American Bar Associa
p> and has frequently lectured at
University of Miami School of
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Pag*4-D
Friday. September 8.
Hias 88 Years Of Service
By GAYNOB L JACOBSOH
Executive Vice President
United Hias Set-rice
A new chapter in the iong history of
United Hies Serrice began an the night of
Jan-A-iga-Mti!! milieu T6
year-old locksmith. Emma, his 34-year-
old wife, and their children, Dina, 10. and
Igor, 7. arrived at New York's Kennedy
International Airport The Feldmans were
the first lewish family to emigrate from
the Soviet Union to the United States un-
der the parole authority of Attorney Gen-
eral MhchelL All details of their journey
to American shores were handled by our
agency.
..Three months earlier. Mr. Mitchell
stated that he would use his legal author-
ity, whenever necessary, to allow Soviet
Jews to enter this country under Section
212 (d.* '5; of the Immigration and Nation-
ality Law. generally known as paiole.
Prompt steps were taken by government
agencies, together with United Hias Serv-
ice, to implement this statute.
I am aware that many American Jews
may have lost contact with their relatives
in the Soviet Union. In such cases our
worldwide location service can aid fami-
lies in locating their relatives.
At this time the situation of the Jewish
population in certain Middle East areas
remains grave. Jews continue to be sub-
jected to persecution, and some have been
imprisoned. United Hias Service, together
with governments and other organizations,
is striving to secure for them the right to
emigrate. It is believed that some will be
able to exit th; year and that a number
will seek to go to the United States and
other Western countries.
During 1971, United Hias Service has
assisted more than 4)0-)*)* men^
women and children, including over 3,000
who were actually helped to leave lands
of danger and persecution to begin new
fives in the Western world.
Of those whom we helped, 1,855 per-
sons emigrated from Europe, including
260 from the Soviet Union. 315 from Ru-
mania, 1,160 from Poland. 80 from Hun-
gary and 40 from other areas; from Af-
rica and Asia we assisted 1.050 migrants,
including 150 from Morocco, 375 from
Tunisia. 225 from Egypt, lfjd from Leba-
non, 150 from Iraq and 30 from other areas,
and assistance was provided to 200 mi-
grants from Chile and 45 from Cuba. Of
those aided in 1971, 1,000 went to the
United States, 260 to Canada, 65 to Aus-
tralia and 180 to Latin America.
In 1972. it is expected that we will help
3.375 Jewish persons to enter free na-
tions, including 1,600 to the United States.
1,000 to Western Europe, 400 to Canada,
300 to Latin America and 75 to Australia.
Since 1884, United Hias Service has
provided critical help for close to four
million Jewish refugees and migrants who
have been compelled to flee from lunds
of fear and oppression and seek haven
in nations offering them freedom and
security.
(Copyright 1*72. Jewish Telegraphic Af-tney)
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Fjiday, September 8.1972
*Je*lsi> n^rktiar
Page 5-D
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN WARNS
Community Is Neglecting Its
O^nJReliglQUS^Cultural Needs
In New Year's greetings to the
Jewish community, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Miami Beach, presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of
I America, the central coordinating
I agency for the six national syna-
Igogal and rabbinic organizations
[of Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
Iform Jewry, issued a warning to
[the American Jewish community
[that it has lx?en neglecting its own
religious and cultural need's.
'American Jews have for too
Bong neglected the nurturing of
Bhose inner resources without
_Rhi:h we cannot survive as a vi-
able community." said Rabbi Lehr-
Iman. "We have performed nobly
|:n the areas of res?ue and redemp-
tion, particularly in our support for
Ithe State of Israel, which stands
at the spiritual center of Jewish
Ufa everywhere, and in our con-
cern for the rights of Soviet Jews.
"We have been dangerously neg-
ligent, however, in developing those
indigenous Jewish resources which
American JewTy requires for its
autonomous existence. We have
allowed an erosion of Jewish life
in the Diaspora, which must be [
stopped if there are to be future
generations of informed, loyal |
American Jews on whom Israel
and our brethren throughout the
world will be able to depend.
"While there has been a new
awareness of the need to reexam-
ine the allocation of resources of
Jewish communal agencies, an
awareness which is to he welcomed
and encouraged," Rabbi Lehrman
continued, "we continue to starve
our religious, educational and cul-
tural institutions, while lavishing
support on programs that serve no
visible Jewish needs.
"If American Jewry is to be a
community in its own right," he
declared, "we must engage in an
unrelenting struggle to develop and
preserve our communal identity.
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah
5733, I call on the leadership of
the American Jewish community
to commit itself to this struggle."
The constituent agencies of the
Synagogue Council of America are
Rabbinical Assembly. Rabbinical
Council of America, Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis,
United Synagogue of America,
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America and the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
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day.
A Miami Reach municipal court
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Judge Feller noted that he had
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+JeHistiIkrdlaii
Friday, September 1
1972 i
We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of toe season. May the coming year bring
you tie success for whi ch you are
striving, the happiness yet
are craving, the good
health te enjoy
them loth.
j i
Festive New Year Greetings
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Observance Of Holy Days
Promotes Mental Health
By R \BBI KlUVARD SAND-ROW
(A Seven Arts Feature)
The Jewish holy days Rosh
Hashanah ami Yom Kippur "**
times of intros|>ection and spirit-
ual recreation. This season of the
year is a call to conscience. More
than that: It is a time for stock-
taking of the state of one's men-
tal health.
I Recent events in the political
, history of America have pointed
up two facts. One is the preval-
ence of so manv "emotional break-
downs. often hidden or incorrect-
ly Interpreted. Second is the lack
ot understanding on the part of
most people. :n spite of ail the pub-
lic education in the area of mental
health, of the true nature of
'breakdowns." of depress .on. af
self-punishment, of what Freud
called "those wrecked by success
These 'Days of Awe" are Own
a storehouse for the study of the
psychology of religion and mental
: health. Professor Mortimer OstOW
of the department of Pastoral Psy-
, chiatry at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America has indicat-
ed that religion under certain cir-
cumstances can sustain "the en-
ergy level of the ego" and that re-
l'gious worship can act, "in gen-
eral, to create the impression of
I rebirth by sustaining the ego en-
; ergy level, and in this way cre-
' ate in the individual and the .
| community, optimism, enthusiasm
: and morale, which not only Rive
, pleasure to the individual but
j strengthen the community."
i There is a relationship between
| Jewish values and mental health
| and the holy days illuminate this
I fact. It is therefore no surprise
' that from the days of Freud to
i ihc present moment, Jews, even
those who fought hard to prove
that they were "freed" from their
Jewish antecedents, have been in
the forefront of the professions of
psychiatry and psychotherapy.
One who has been a religionist
and a devotee of Jewish iieoplc-
hood long ago discovered thEli
; emotional disorders are definitely
Involved in the individual's reac-
tion to his life experience. A hu-
' iran l>eing may have symptoms
I of dysfunction. If one suffers
physically, one seeks the advice
and treatment of a physician. If
one has a psychological dyafunc-
toe to dependency, childhood
ns or emotional depri-
s cw sfuHiki seek the help
and n I 4 an expert in the
area mental health.
Son res t the nature of
- i ...e.r. problems has
run b) bi sheil as clinically
severe, Jew can turn to the lit-
e and lore of his people to
. er how best Judaism, and
those personalities throughout his-
tory who have practiced it. faced
society and its manifold challen-
ges. These values can then con-
tribute inner strength and mean-
ing to him.
The tremendous ethical and hu-
man content of Judaism can help
the Jew today in the area of self-
discipline, in achieving a sense of
independence, and in assuming
mater nenonnl responsibility. All
these values are also inherent in
the achievement of a modicum of
mental health.
The very nature ot existence
j presupposed the fact that a cer-
! tain quantity of our lives is de-
JUDGE ond MRS. SAM I. SILVER
AND FAMILY
Extend Best wishes to the Entire
Jewish Community for a
Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
New Year
tcrnvined for us. "Vet. in t
^ss of achieving mental health, te]
any person, the Jewish notion of]
free will" plays a part.
We cannot always Man- ,,thers|
, or mankind for our guilt Ci a frus-l
(rations are not always beshert*!
or due to fate. That is the \m-A
theme of the holy days 7.al A
why the Jew is toiii to listen to I
I the sound of Shofar on R .:l na.l
shanah. As MaimonMes, m
n.illenium ago taught us, Arou|
you sleepers from your slumbaT
'that Is, keep away from the Ticks!
of escape, from a s. i .>1ms.1
ncss.
The Jew is told to cv
inner self and repent :n order 1
renew his relationship to ;'.'.mse|J
and then to his community in ii.l
reel, and to the world, I
will gain the insight art
enable him to rid himself u larl
as he can. from self-cent j
, and open his heart and his I
' to the needs of his people i Fed-I
eration, to the I'nited 3e\ I
| peal.
The whole atmosphere f tht|
! holy days is filled with, i :nia
| opi I ish loyalties are charged with vail
j ues that sustain one a> -. Je
They arc also supportive of th
1 ego. contributors to th for mental health and bet er
| ter-personal relations.
Rosh Hashanah and Y< Ki
'. pur understood then In
' text and in the totality o: hun
and Jewish living, can heir mil
us G i up to the highest within :
'was the original intent of Id
day season. It is equally true I
day.
(ED/TORS XOTE. Rjhb:
HMi appointed visiting pre- I
pSftom] p;ciiatr. at tlif Jeut.h
col Seminary )
Barrett 1st Jew To Been
Canadian Provincial Premij
VANCOUVER, B.C. fWNSl
David Barrett, a 42-yei |
mer social worker, won a st^nnsj
victory last week to be
new Premier of Britisli {
He is the first Jew Ir
history to become a "'
premier.
Running on the New I j
Party ticket. Mr. Bam
mer executive Director cf Vaj
couvers Cbmmunit) pped
election by a major:t>
votes over his oppoi
Social Credit Party.
$.Jffl.&., esquire
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fBf KABBI SOLOMON SKHIFF
Director
fcroBtOT Miami Jewish Federation's
[< .mimiinitv < lu^laini-jv. S.-rv Ice
On Rush Hashanah we com-
memorate '-he creation of man
[in.! pray for his welfare. It is fitt-
ing therefore to
examine the na-
ture of man.
What are his ca-
pacities and ca-
pabilities? What
are the challen-
ges and obsta-
cles that he
must contend
with in order to
fulfill the high-
est expecta-
,K.lM S-hiff tions?
Our sases tell
Is mat G-d created the angel with
I lility to do only good, and
animal with the ability to do
lily evil. Being satisfied with
ither. He thou created man with
ability to do both good and
lit. If he willi it, man can sink
the love! of the animals or rise
the level of the angel.
>lan the angel or man the ani-
lal thi- :-* the choice. The com
Frank Wins
indorsement
roin Labor
Public Defender Bernard Frank
psed his campaign for election
County Judge, Group 6, this
i>k after receiving endorsements
Im the Dado County Federation
1Labor. AKL-CIO, and many
ftitional organi/.ations and corn-
pity leaden.
ludge Frank, who served as
(nicipal judge of Miami Beach
J three years, also won endorse-
pits from the Miami Beach Bar
ux-iation. Hotel Employees
Bon Local 256, Dade County
lincil for Senior Citizens and
Im the Dade County Police Ben-
llent Association.
ror the i>ast 3'.i years, Judge
ank has served as public de-
Idi r in both the Miami Beach
Jy Court and in the district Jus-
of the Peace Court of Judge
|n Berkman. He has been com
tided by the Bar Association
'excellence of defense and
hpaMkm for unfortunates with
Efficient funds."
former vice mayor and city
tneiimen in Miami Beach. Judge
ink has won distinguished serv-
and good government awards
^ii the Greater Miami Hebrew
iemy, Miami Beach Jaycees,
P.A. anil numerous other groups.
j is an active member of Temple
th Jacob.
mand of G-d to Adam "Thou shalt
take hold of the earth and subdue
it" is a constant challenge. Should
he use the earth and its resources
to help build a better world or
should he use it for his personal
: selfish interest?
The Kotsker Rebbe observed
I that there are two ways of rising
I above another. One way is to Ret
j up on a chair, and the other way
is to knock the other fellow down.
i The difference is that in the for-
I mer you raise yourself, while in
i the latter you lower the other.
Possibly the best alternative is
for men to walk arm in arm re-
specting the rights and needs of
one another. Each one helping to
raise the other can contribute to
a society in which all men walk
tall.
Rosh Hashanah is a time for us
to examiro our li\es and see how
we relate to G-d and man.
Are we making our lives part of
a meaningful progress of man?
Or are we keeping man from prog-'
rose?
Are we bringing man closer to j
the long awaited era of universal!
brotherhood or are we plowing the
same soil ol hatred and jealousy?
De we go through the motions of j
.he High Holiday observances with
the only resolution to go back t-
our old ways immediately after-
ward? Or do we make a sincere
effort to make a new beginning.'
If 5733 is to be a new year rathei
than another year, we must re-
solve to undo the errors past and
to make a more meaningful life. J
Man the angel or man the tnimal!
which will it be?
May each of us choose to elevate
ourselves to the highest that is
within our potential. May we thus
find significance in the lives we
write and go on to make our book
of life a precious manuscript of
which we will be proud.
Fascell Asks President
Te Protest To Soviets
Congressman Dante Fascell has
called upon President Nixon to
"immediately protest" recent So-
viet demands for ransom for Jews
who wish to emigrate from that
country.
Mr. Fasceil. a ranking member
.of. the Foreign Affairs Committee
of the U.S. House of Representa-
tives, has a long record of con-
cern over the lack of basic human
rights for Soviet Jews and all
Other minorities who are not per-
mitted to practice their chosen
way of life in that country.
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
TORF.RESTA.yHANT
PICCADILLY HEARTH
PLACE FOR STEAK
PRAY FOR
PEACE
IN THE
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
MOYSHE ZILBER
Greetings From
JTritf#, v_/ic
p82S Biscayne Blvd., Miami
379-8997
12135 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
445-6166
1
JAY and YAFFA DERMER
and Family
David, Esther and Ron
Extend to the Entire Community a
BL
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I lew LJe
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THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
SOf Iff FLORiDA COUNCtL
Dr. Harold C. Rlvkind, Regional President 1820 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, Fla. (305) 947-6094
EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH,
AND TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., Mijmi Beach
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADLER
JUDGE HERBERT S. SHAPIRO, President
Mr. Samuel Friedland. Chairman of the Board
538.2503
TEMPLE MENORAH
420 75th Sire.!. Miami Beach 864-022!
RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FELDMAN
MR. ROBERT L. SIEGEl, President
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami 624-2621
HIGH HOLIDAY RABBI. RABBI E. A. IEVI CANTOR JACK LERNER
MR. RUDOLPH MANN, President
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Millar Rd Miami 271-3311
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO CANTOR ERROl HEIFMAN
MR. MICHAEL C. SLOTNICK, President
TEMPLE SINAI
1301 Johnson St.. H.llyw.od 923-1577, 94*4012
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUDAH HEILBRAUN
MR. ROBERT J. MARGOLIS, President
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise, Fla 735 4040
RABBI DR. AKIVA BRILLIANT CANTOR MAURICE NEU
DR. JACK MORRIS, Pred TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyla Ave., Miami Beach
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
MR. CHARLES GOLDSTEIN, President
8468345
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 '.nterama Blvd., No. Miami Be.-ch 947-752S
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ CANTOR JACOB B. MENOEtSON
MB. IRVING NEWMAN, President
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2425 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
RABBI SOL LANDAU CANTOR WM. M. LIPSON
MR. HERSCHEt ROSENTHAl. President
854 3911
TEMPLE OR OLOM
875S S.W. 14th Street, Miami 321-9131
RABBI ELLIOT WINOGRAD CANTOR YSHUDA B4NYAMIN
D. MYRON H. COULTON, President
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
4401 Arthur St.. Hollywood sal- 111 9494501
OR. MORTON MALAVSKY CANTOR IRVING GOLD
MR. JACK SHAPIRO. Presides
TEMPLE SHOLOM
132 SE 11th Ave, Pompano Beach 924.6410
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP HAZZAN JACOB J. RENZER
_______MR. STEVEN B. TOLCES, President
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Friday, September 8, 1972
COCONUT GROVE
PLAYHOUSE
RE-OPENING DECEMBER 5
Extends to the entire
Jewish Community
A Very Happy and
Healthy New Year
SADIE GRUNDLAND
WISHES HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND THE
PIONEER WOMEN
A Very Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year
BROOK DISTRIBUTORS
Extends to all
a very happy and
Prosperous New Year
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
PREMCJO TIRE COMPANY, INC.
'77m? Car Dealers Tire Company*
16050 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY-NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS
MRS. FRIEDA FISCHER
NATIONAL HOTEL
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
STEINFELD CUSTOM TAILORS
ALTERATIONS FOR MEN and WOMEN
128581 ? Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami, Florida
(127th Street Shopping Center) Phone 891-5672
To All ... A Monsr Happy Holiday
HOWARD S. REEDER
CUSTOM BROKER
1001 North American Way P.O. Box 389
Dodge Island 33132 Miami 33101
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
SUNSHINE HAra FASHIONS, INC
14897 N.E. 18th Ave. 9586 Bird Road
944-6303 223-9316
New Year Greetings To All
KIDD-STUFF
933 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 538 5804
Bible Was FBI Chiefs Guide
By TRUDE B. HUMAN
White House Correspondent
(EDITORS NOTE: Trude Feldman,
White Hoiue and Washington corre-
spondent, had over the years
struck up a rare friendship with /.
Edgar Hoover while lunching next to
him at his favorite eating spot. She
obtained an interview on his religious
philosophy on his last birthday. And
in what turned out to be his last in-
terview. Mr. Hoover gave Miss Feld-
man an insight into his other personal-
ity the man behind the FBI direc-
tor.)
John Edgar Hoover spent some
time each day in meditation and
prayer. Religion and the Bible
were important influences on his
life and actions in guiding the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
for the last 48 years. He would
like to be remembered for bring-
ing renewed citizen respect for
law and enforcement as a profes-
sion.
These points, among others,
emerged in the last interview be-
fore his death. Here are some of
the questions, and Mr. Hoover's
replies:
9 In the Jewish tradition, rev-
erence for law is a prime
value. Do you see it in the make-
up of religion generally?
A I most certainly do. A belief
** in God means respect for the
divine law. This is fundamental.
Respect for law in our society is
what gives significance to our
lives. If we didn't have law, we
would have complete anarchy and
chaos. This would result in tyran-
ny and an end of freedom for all.
9 Do you believe that respect
for law and authority and in-
stitutions like the FBI is connect-
ed with the religious attitude? If
so. in what way?
A Yes, I do. The man who is mo-
** tivated by religious ideas
realizes the vital significance of
obedience to law. To him, the law
is the principle which holds soci-
ety together. Take away the law
through disrespect or actual dis-
obedience and the whole key-
stone of society crumbles, and
with it the dignity of man as a
child of God.
9 Do you have a quiet time each
day to meditate and seek
guidance or inspiration?
A Yes, I find a few minutes each
^* dayat home, at the office,
while travelingto meditate and
pray. These minutes enable me to
gain a perspective about the prob-
lems and decisions which each
Happy New Year From
MR. & MRS. NORMAN MILLER
A HAPPT AND HEALTHY NEW TEAR TO ALL
ANGEL LOVE COSMETICS
F0* A CUM AM KAUTIfUt SKIM
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NORTH MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 144-5964
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All ..
CLOVERLEAF PRINTING
371 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach, Florida
WEDDINGS BAR AAITZVAHS
OFFSET PRINTING PHONE 651-3571
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
HANDLE MEDIC4L SALES
& RENTALS, INC
35 S.W. 27th Avenue 642-6400
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All ..
(JROWN LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS
2025 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 947-1812 Each Garment Given Individual Care
Holiday Greetings
AARON AmCONDITIOMNG
INSTALLATION and SERVICE
For All Foreign and Domestic Cars Tom Slagle
1860 N.W. 95th Street 691-4991
Holiday Greetings
CENTRAL FREIGHT
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
(Seaboard Services. Inc.) LUIS P. CRUZ
1000 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah Telephone 693-5757
JENNIE and MARTIN SKLAROFF,
Lisa Beth and Amy Wyn
wish their Relatives and Friends
a New Year filled only with Laughter and Joy and say
1'CHAIM TO CHAI'
A Happy New Year To All
BARONESS
COLLINS AVENUE HARDING AVENUE
hour come across my desk i,.
ways ask myself: 'Have i" nJ"
the best decision possible"' a Z!
who closes himself off from dl\
inspiration is a small, narrow nan'
whose decisions will be petty anil
vindictive.
9 How has the Bible inflWncJ
your life, your career and
your work?
A The Bible has been my |jfc.|
** long companion ami the bookl
most influential in my life. I naiJ
read the Bible all my life. Ovetl
the years, the teachings of the!
Bible have been the guide to mvl
daily life.
9 What Biblical statement influ.1
enced you the most? \VhiC|J
one has meant the most to you?
A I have many favorite Biblcl
** verses. However, over the ,
years. Micah 6:8 has meant murt^
to me ('He has showed you.(T
man. what is good; and what doal
the Lord require of you but to i
justice, and to love kindness, and|
to walk humbly with your God?'i
Here, the ancient prophet is setJ
t'ng standards of judgment for owl
lives. As I read and ponder thai
verse, I think of the power of i
His demands for righteousn
and the absolute need for all .,
to be ever humble and obedient i
Him.
9 Have the principles of you
religion guided you in the i
am jo uoijBjodo pur; uotjeziuC
FBI? If so. how?
A Yes' I have administered th
** FBI on the principles of hoi
estv, integrity and fair play.
in the FBI work hard to prou
both individual rights and the safe,
ty of the community. Religion, iff
is to be meaningful, must be
integral part of everyday life.
9 The members of the Jews
Defense League assume
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To My Dear Children
and all my Relatives and F;
Best Wishes for a
Joyous >ieui Tear
of
Peace and Contentment
IDA COOPER
100 Lincoln Road
Holiday Greeting!
to the Jewish Community
THE CHARM HOUSl
Unique Gifts
ESTHER A HARRY MEYER
9461 Harding Ave 864-7251
Extending Best Wishes
and .i
Happy \ew tear To M
Executive Mortgage Co. I
RRES: AVI KAY
PHONE: 451-7905
Holiday Greeting)
to the Jewish Community
SUE'S FOOTWEAR
377 N.E. 167 St. M14M1
Start Hr :M *
Mon. thru Sot.
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Friday. September 3, 1972
* Jewish ncrHlar
Page 9-D
Conversion To Judaism In
Moscow Not A Simple Task
By RABBI TIBOB H. STEBN
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Rabbi
Stern, spiritual leader of the Jacob
C Cohen Community Synagogue.
Miami Beach, and his wife visited
Russia lost month. Here is a report
on one 0/ their experiences there.)
We are told in the Talmud that
"those who conveit someone are
equal to those who give birth to
them." Therefore, Mrs. Stern and
I have another daughter* And we
had to travel to Moscow to acquire
her!
Sarah Miriam is t lovely young
woman of 24, a librarian in one of
the public libraries in Moscow, not
born into the Jewish faith, the
wife of a young Russian scientist
and mother of their four-year-old
child.
Her husband, Shmuel, was born
into the Jewish faith of parents
who were, and still are, devout
Communists. It was the Six-Day
War of Israel that gave Shmuel
the courage to declare himself a
Jew and actively seek to study,
learn and practice the religion
that was his birthright. Two years
a^o he dared to be circumcised in
the presence of three religious
Jews and at the same time em-
barked on a "crash program" to
study Hebrew and his religion.
Today, he studies the Chumash,
observes the Sabbath, wears tzit-
zith. puts on tephilin daily, and
eats only kosher food.
Shmuel was teaching his wife
Hebrew and all the religious doc-
tiines, and Sarah Miriam was
keeping all of the rituals of the
Jewish family laws. They were di-
vinely happy and content with
one exception. Sarah Miriam was
not Jewish, and although it was
her fondest wish to be converted,
there was no one to convert her.
In addition, there was no Beth
Pin of qualified rabbis, and there
was no one_ who would dare to
open the old" forgotten Mikvah In
the sub-basement of the Moscow
Synagogue. Finally, there was no
one who would dare to set up a
Ovirmah ar,d officiate in a tradi-
tional wedding ceremony.
God Sent Three Angel*
It is my belief that God sends
an angel for each deed to be done.
and in Sarah Miriam's case, God
sent three angels (I know some
people consider me something
else), one in the person of Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, the second was
tnv wife, Mrs. Idelle Stern, and
the third was yours truly.
My story begins in a shule in
Leningrad Wednesday morning,
Aug. 9. As I turned around from
mv Amidah prayers, lo and behold,
who do I see? Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz!
I think it is safe to sav that he
was equally surprised and delleht-
ed to see me (after all. Miami is
so far away). In a whisoer, Max j
told me that he had come from
Moscow and he had a project for
me.
Since It was difficult to talk
rr.uch, we made an aonointment to
meet at the cemetery, where we
could talk freelv amongst the
tombstones, the next dav. It was
there that he told me the story of
Shmuel and Sarah Miriam, and
how he had promised them that
he would try to helo them in their
plight never dreamine at that
time that he would find me in
Leningrad.
After arriving in Wiwow vt
arranging to meet with the young
eouole and assuring them that I
would convert the wife, I began to
tackle mv own problems. Where
*> I take a Beth Din? Where is
the Mikvah and how do I get in
to it? Do I dare confide in the
Rabbi and the Gabbayim? Should
I use the river instead, and how
would I get to the river? Could
this be a trap for both Rabbi Lip-
s'hitz and me? Who can I trust?
Is Rabbi Lipscitz thinking. "Is
Stern just a 'Knacker' in Miami
Reach, or does he have the guts to
Pull this thing off in Moscow?"
I put on the "thinking cap" that
I used in 1938 to escape the clutch-
es of the Nazis in Hungary, and
inquired who was in charge of the
Mikvah. They pointed to Shamuel.
the Shochet, and I went over to
him and told him that my Reb-
etzin needed the Mikvah.
I Reserved The Mikvah for 6 p.m.
Since it is natural that a Reb-
etzin should observe the laws of
family rituals. I was guaranteed
that while it was a rarity, I should
be granted use of the Mikvah.
Since the Mikvah must be used in
daylight for conversion purposes
I reserved it for 6 p.m. Sunday.'
(In other cases, however, a woman
should go to the Mikvah after sun-
set. )
We met with the young couple
Friday afternoon and conversed in
Hebrew for safety's sake. We were
quite taken by this beautiful cou-
nle and their sincere desire for
the wife to be converted. After
giving them gifts and religious ar-
ticles, we bid thelrf "Shalom* arid
arranged to meet again Sunday
evening only after instructing
them to speak only in Hebrew to
make people think that they too,
were tourists in Moscow and that
Sarah Miriam was going with Mrs.
Stern to use the Mikvah.
On Sunday, we met the young
couple near the synagogue and
ihs. Stern went down to the Mik-
vah with Sarah Miriam. Then I
egan looking for my Beth Din.
and I found the two Shochtim. Reb
Shamuel and Reb Mottle. The only
way I could think of to get these
two men to the Mikvah was to tell
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS AND A
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
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FROM
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Phone 949-2663
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THE PLACE FOR BAIT
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CARL AND GUS PHONE 947-9579
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SHANA TOVA
TO THE MIAMI COMMUNITY
The Israel Program Office
8500 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, 33144
With Adventure in Kibbutz,
University, Sherut La'Am,
Summer and Winter Trips to Israel
Aryeh Rockach
221-8000
JUDGE and MRS. SIDNEY L. SEGALL
and ROBBIE
extend best wishes to our friends for a
Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year \
\

MR. and MRS. IRVING NEWMAN
and FAMILY

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Telephone 757-1636
extend best wishes to all their Friends
for a Very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
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For a
Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH KREFETZ
AND FAMILY OF
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Holiday Greetings
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At Zayre's Shopping Center
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Friday, September 8, 1972
Conversion To Judaism In
Sen. Fincher
Moscow Not A Simple Task Flays Arab
Munich Act
ntinui-d From Preeedjne P""
them that I must inspect it to
-i.ik.' sure it is kosher.
When I was down there, I.shout-
*nl tram the bottom of jti^jsteps
that the Mlkvali is not kosher.
Thereui on. they both ruslied down
to see f'>r themselves, and I closed
the tloci behind them, apologizing
tor disgracing their Mikvah. and
explaining that this was the only
way I could think of to get them
both down there.
Areordine To Haloeha
Reluctantly, they stayed and
*1th Mis. Stern, we went through
the conversion ritual according to
tile Halacha. Afterward. I ran up-
stairs and into the street shouting
tn Shmuel, "Maze! Tov," and em-
braced him in Joy.
I arranged with the Rabbi to
.- his shule (although he was
afraid to remain i. and after Maa-
i iv we induced a few people to [
n main in the shule. I asked for a ;
piece of paper to write a Kethubah
(marriage contract), but Mrs.
:9tem convinced the CJabbay to get
a Kethubah.
-**w I
Now we needed a Chuppah
and improvised one with a Talith. ,
Mrs. Stern removed her'wedding;
ring and gave it to the groom and
we now had a ring for him to
give his bride in accordance with
the laws of Moses and of Israel.
We e\.n had wine left over from
Havdallah.
The ceremony was one of the
meat touching of my career, and i
I at the end. when we needed a .
glass for the groom to break, we !
I once again improvised with one of
j the flashbulbs from my camera. |
Then we all shouted "MAZEL
iTovr
Kislak Urges UN Action
Congressional candidate Jay
Ki-lak this week urged President
Nixon tn call on the United Na-
tions" Human Rights Commission
to take appropriate diplomatic
action toward ending the persecu-
tion of Soviet Jews.
Mr. Kislak also called tor a
mobilization of world opinion
against the Russians' oppression of
Si vjet Jew s.
He said the Soviet Union is lit-
erally "holding Jews for ransom*'
by charging exorbitant exit visa
fees ranging between $5,000
aj:d $37,500 and that those
whose visas are denied are de-
moted to lives of servitude in an
: attempt to scare off future appli-
cants.
"The threat of repercussion
i must be lifted and Soviet Jwes
must be permitted religious free-
doms and practices." Mr. Kislak
si.id. He noted that there is only
| one chai>cl in Moscow for 400.000
| Jews.
I Mr. Kislak said the Soviet Union
I also must cease imposing an edu-
| cation cax on various Jews before
tbev are issued visas.
Sen. Dick Fincher this week
strongly condemned the "barbaric
attack on Israeli athletes at the
Olympic Village by Arab terrorists
who dishonored the entire com-
munity of man."
Sen. Fincher took time out from
his accelerating campaign for re-
election to the Florida Senate,
District 35, to note that "Munich. !
1972. will forever symbolize both
triumph and tragedy for both the
Jewish people and hundreds of |
millions of non-Jews the world
over.
"Mark Spitz's incredible vie- i
tories in seven Olympic events litt- i
ed our spirits even as we watched .
the horror of Dachau replayed on
our television screens. But then .
came news of the deaths and in-
juries to the Israeli athletes."
Sen. Fincher said.
"This time the voices of all
mankind must cry out. Our efforts
at interfaith dialogue, in which I
, have worked with so many for so
long, will mean little if there is
silence at this time. The world
must speak with a single voice to
echo the words on that stark,
simple marker at Dachau that
says 'Never Again'."
Sen. Fincher. Democratic candi-
: date for the Senate, won the en-
! dorscment of Dr. Ben Sheppard.
veteran school board member, for '
i his leadership in the fight against
' drugs, the personal income tax. '
j forced busing and for aid to
. Hebrew. Christian and private day j
! schools.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
OR. LEON MONISM, Rabbi U KATZEN, President
CHASE AVENUE AT 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Affiliated with the Union of American Hehretv Conareoetfons
"Mrs Pray that Our House of Peace mill Herald A New trm
of Peace for Humanity."
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The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New fear
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rozencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
Members
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HADASSAH
Extends to tht
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes lor a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
THE MIAMI CHAPTER THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, President
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, President
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ear
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Victims Must Reach Help
Before It Is Too Late
lly
DINA KLIASII
On a \Wdnesrtay twilight not
long ago, I sat in a white mini-
bus marked with red Stars of
David, tia cling at a cautious
Bpced on tl'<- Tel Aviv Ftishon
1,,1/mn road. Yaakov, my driver
friend, han-.Ucd the vehicle with
i affectionally squeezing th.' man's
j shoulder, 'he started as an MDA
volunteer long belorv Israel was
a state."
"Don't brag that wasn't so
!cng ago," a tall, grey-haired
woman laughul as she walked into
the room with an armful of papers
which *he plunked down on the
all the delicacy due a retired ambu- dcsk in front ((f Shusl|%|.
lance, the mileage gauge of which | ..,n y(WS maylx, no|.. Smistei.
had long mng as some astronorm- no(|d,>d. "but the situation Let
cal figure and the shock-absorbers
of which provided vibrations wor-
thy of a high-powered slimming
machine.
Everything was going well
for although Yaakov had, that day.
given :i lecture in Afula, at the
other end of the country, had su-
pervised a new instructor in Haifa
on her first solo teaching endeavor
and also awarded First Aid Di-
plomas to a clas- of Gadna < para-
military i youths in Tel Aviv he
seemed mildly tired and still de-
nic tell you. centuries of change
have occurred since. We were com-
pletely cut off from all hospitals
and the wounded pouring in. Ba-
bies were born, children fell down
stairs, caiis overturned just
like in peacetime but we
couldn't get them to a hospital.
We had operating rooms set up
right here in this mausoleum
you should have come a few
months ago, we Just changed the
decor and we were lucky, most
<.f them lived. Now. of collide, we
termined to deliver some audio- ( lol lh(> hospitals do the work' we
Visual equipment to the Richon
Branch of the Magen David Adorn.
I's Red Cross. ("Adorn means
red in Hebi ew. I
'You'll hear Yair tonight," Yaa-
kov said, "he's our best instructor.
We were soldiers together be-
came friends while going through
medics' course."
How many instructors are
there nationwide?" I asked.
"Four Yair, myself and two
bnorc. Of course." he' added, "there
[are scores of volunteer instructors
.'raduatcs of our courses but
I we are the only ones qualified to
lleat and award diplomas."
Street-lights went on as we
lenicrvd the town of Rishon Let-
Izion and the wide boulevard we
Irove through was alive with strol-
} turned into a quiet, residential
street, Yaakov began to apologize:
Fit's an old building not suit-
able for medical purposes ... a
lump Please don't be shocked
it doesn't look like a first aid
fetal .in ."
The hous,- was indeed old and
fVith its brightly lit terraces, stone
alumna and curving staircases, it
looked like a rich Arab's some-
hvhat ncgle.-ted villa. We climbed
he stain t<. a large hall surround-
|ed by arched windows and filled to
fli'> brim with an immensely vario-
lated and cheerful crowd. Weaving
bur way among several generations
pward an inner office, I recog-
lized eight different languages
ride Hebrew. The sea of voices
se at'd f:-ll with each message
pvhk'h came crackling through an
lilfashioned military radio-receiv-
er perched on a desk.
In the office, an elderly man,
lough as leather and bespectacled,
poked up from a jumble of book?-
ipread on the Contac-pajier cov-
ed desk.
This is Shustor." Yaakov said.
just try to bring them in on time."
"We better go down," the woman
said.
Yes, yes," Shustor rose with a
regretful look at the mess of pa-
pers and books on his desk. "I
don't ne'-d a watch when my wife
is around."
Following the crowd down the
worn stairs, I asked Mrs. Shuster
whether she was also a volunteer.
"In a way," she laughed. "Ac-
tually I am a social worker. Shu-
ster has always been a great help
to me in my work, and so I try
to reciprocate. Also, he spends al- i
rho^t nil his free time here and
wanting to be with him made mr-
a dedicated volunteer as well."
We reached the country and.
bent low to enter a cellar door,
and found ourselves in a spacious
room with high, arched ceiling un-
der which barred windows cut in
the three feet thick, whitewashed
stone walls and sealed from the
outside with metal sheets gazed
blindly down upon tight rows of
ancient wooden benches. At the
head of the room a length of three
tables were set end to end. covered
with a white, starched tablecloth.
Bottles of grapefruit juice and
some glasses stood next to a potted
prolusion of red flowers.
The room filled up to capacity.
People stood. Two saw-horses were
brought in. a stretcher was popped
between them and a group of teen-
age girls tested it with their
weight it held. Sinister intro-
duced the speaker. Yair tousle-
haired. with an MDA key-chain
from his hii>-pocket barged in-
to his lecture head on:
"Most tragic accidents reported
in the papers contain the phrase:
The victim was taken to the near-
est hospital unfortunately he
reached help too late' We are j
here to erase these words. We 1
are the ones who must see to it
that the victim reaches help be-
fore it is too late!"
For three hours he gave what
amounted to emergency instruc-
tions on what to do in cases of
bleeding, shock, burns, falls, epi-
leptic attacks, sunstroke and other
assorted acts of fate. In addition
to his voice, he spoke with his
hands, eyes, legs, cars and a few ,
other parts I had trouble following
in the total theatre of his delivery.
He .spoke in terse sentences, in
easy Hebrew and pan torn ine; he
used up a dozen chalk-stalks on a
blackboard which stood propped
against the wall. He cracked jokes
and demonstrated various meth-
ods of life-saving on several sol-
iliers who came forth whenever
lie asked I"'- volunteers, and who
stretched out on the hastily cleared
tablecloth, submitting docilely to
Yair's ministrations.
Al intervals, whenever Yaii
tackled t!'. grapefruit juice, Tl
examined the audience.
"Please God." I prayed, "don't j
over let me need them." I was at ]
once ashamed of, and adamant in
my low opinion of these good peo-
ple's IQ's and dexterity. In tin
first row. an elderly couple sat
holding hands. The man, tanned
ard bony, looked like a retired
Norwegian fisherman: his wife
a neat white bun piled on top of
her head spent the first half of'
'he lecture struggling to stay
awake.
A young woman her shoulders |
slumped in utter exhaustion and
calloused hands resting in her lap
never took her eyes off the
bouncing lecturer. She seemed to
be listening without understanding
a word.
A man in his 30s cat anxious
glances at the bulging stomach
of his pregnant wife, moving now
and then to settle her shoulder
more comfortably under his en-
circling ami.
more comfortably under his encir-
cling arm. a lurking sexagenarian
who, I later learned, worked as a
longshoreman was taking notes,
filling page after page of a thick
steno-pad.
A woman wearing houxvslippors
and a faded cotton dress, could
have successfully played a squaw- j
in a Western movie her dark
face, high cheekbones and waist-
long. black braids formed a strik-
ing contrast to the blond hippie-
type hermaphrodite seated next
to her on the bench.
"Why did they come?" I won-;
dered. "Free entertainment? Sum"
where to go to meet people? Don't
.hey have TV sets at home? Why
dress an go out after a long day's
work? They looked so tired, it
was 11 p.m. long past the Is-
raeli worker's bedtime and here
they were, still asking questions,
arguing with poor, parched Yair.
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rmsnaus
The Jewish kitchen does not have to restrict itself to one
way of cooking i namely East European Our dietary' laws are
q.i/.e ur-iversa! and many cuisines of the world can be- adapted to
comp.y with them. I am very enthused by the challenge of "con-
.:"ing famous international dishes to our own ways, and my
trip around the world, last summer, reinforced this interest.
British cooking was recently on our agenda. Our visit to
London gave us an insight into her majesty's kitchen. We vis-
itcc the Eliza be thean Room at Queen's Gate, which took us in-
stantaneously back to the 16th Century. This is a restaurant
that recrtfves the festive mood of Shakespearean times. There
are rushes on the floor, candle lights. 16th Century tables set
with trenchers 'wooden platters. pottery bowls and cups, two-
pi onged forks and wooden handled knives. Food and drink are
prepared from recipes 4C0 years old and served by 'wenches
(waitresses) dressed in period costumes. They serve gentlemen
first, and tuck napkins around their necks, making them feel
like masters.' To represent a festive English dish is not a trifle.
There are many that fit the feasts of this entertaining season,
with puddings and pies, and other dainty dishes that can be put
before a king. We settle; on a "Trifle." a most impressive Brit-
is!: dessert, that impressed me even more than the short time it
took to prepare, and by the understatement of its name.
GRAND TRIFLE
1 pint non-dairy whipping
cream
2 tbls. sugar
Vanilla sauce (recipe follows)
1 small sponge cake
'- cup raspberry jam
1 cup sherry or sweet wine
\ cup orange liqeur
2 cups strawberries,
fresh or frozen
Prepare vanilla sauce and chill thoroughly. 'You may do
it early in the day. i Slice the sponge cake into thin slices and
spread them with the jam. Wash and dry berries, set aside. (If
they are trozen thaw them.)
Use a 6 to 8 cup glass bowl to assemble the Trifle: Arrange
the cake slices on the bottom of the bowl, spread side up. It.
layers. Mix the wine and liqueur and pour over the cake. About
ai: hour before serving time assemble the Trifle: Whip the cream
with the sugar until it holds its shape. Reserve eight berries for
garnish and sprinkle the rest on the cake. Spread the vanilla
sauce on them and top with half of the whipped "cream." Use
the remaining cream to pipe out whipped "cream" rosetts on
top by using a patry bag. or make a nice design with a table-
spoon. Garnish with the reserved fruit. Chill and serve cold.
3 tbls. sugar
2 egg yolks
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Vanilla Sauce
2 cups water
2 tbls. cornstarch
2 tbls. margarine
Bring Vi cups water to boil. Meanwhile mix the cornstarch
with the remaining one-half cup water. Pour in a slow stream into
the boiling water, stirring constantly. Add sugar and stir till the
sauce thickens, about four minutes. Remove from heat, and add
three tablespoons of the hot mixture to the yolks, stirring con-
stantly. Transfer the yolks to the remaining sauce, continue
stirring. Add the margarine and vanilla extract. Mix and cool.
NOTE: This recipe can be used at the end of a meat meal,
if you use non-dairy whipping cream and parve margarine. Makes
6-8 servings.
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Returns To Cabinet Post
JERUSALEM (WHS) For-
mer Justice Minister Yaacov Shim- '
shon Shapiro, who resigned amid
controversy on June 11. has an-
rur-eed that he will .return to thei
Cabinet m the same post, fie wasj
apparently asked to return by
Premier Golda Meir who has filled
the Justice Ministry post herself
for the past two months.
Mr Shapiro, 9. a close confi-
dant to Mrs. Meir. left her gov-
ernment during a bitter public
controversy over allegedly exces-
sive fees authorized by his minis-
try' for lawyers involved in an in-
quiry into 'he operations of the
Netivei Neft oil company earlier
this year. He claimed that ele-
ments of the Achdut Avodah. a
Labor Party faction, had conspired
tu bring about his downfall.
Hillel Day School Has An
Enrollment of 130 Students
Hi'lel Commuriiy Day Sohoo'
opened its doo^ for the third con-
secutive year thi- week with an
enrollment of 'orae 130 student
from n'"-sery throueh the eighth
?rad<>. The eehoo" which m* n*e-
"rvie'v r=i~o> FonfMag v-H'-d "'
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollvwood.
is now located at 21288 Bistayne
B!'"i.. and has a fleet of fi"
=chool b'ses which will provide
door-to-door transportation.
Rabbi Avrom D-azin. soirit"a'
leader of Temple Israel of Mi-a
mar. was to address two of tV
school's first assemb'is on the
meaning of the High Holiday sea-
son Thursday, according to an an-
nouncement made by Rabbi Dov
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Mr. Mortimer May, Past National President Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Mrs. May and Memphis Congressman Dan
Kuykendall inspecting model of new Shaare Zedek Medical
Centre.
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek
and Congressman Dan Kuykendal'
of Memphis. Tennessee parti i
pated in multiple Dedication Cer.
monies held simultaneously in J-
rusalem at the Shaare Zed;
Hospital.
Participating in the colorful : --
tivities were Albert and Bitty
Schnachter of Miami Beach, who
endowed two major X-Ray i
in the New Medical Centre, and a
large delegation from Memphis
Tennessee was present for the of-
ficial opening of the Shifra Iv.nner
Cancer Detection Clinic, a p
of the Memphis Briends of Shaare
Zedek Hospital.
Among the guests were
dignitaries, including Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer May of Miami B?a* and
Nashville. Tennessee, and Jeru-
salem's Chief of Police. Major Gen-
eral Tabori.
Coordinating the week's event!
was Mr. Saul M. Zabel. Executive
Director. Southeast Region if the
United States Committee.
Albert and Betty Schachter of Miami Beach endowing two
major X-ray facilities for Shaare Zedek Hospital New Medical
Centre. Memphis Congressman Dan Kuykendall is in the
background.
Mrs. Rose V. Rosenbaom re-
ceiving gift and congratula-
tions on the occasion of tha
dedication of the Rabbi's study
in the new medical center.
Pd. Adv.


Friday, September 8.1972
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BBYO Eassy Contest
Winners Announced
George Kotin, president of B'nai
B'rith's Maccabee Lodge, Miami
Beach, has announced the winners
in that Lodge's fourth annual Jack
Pcrlmutter BBYO Essay Contest.
First place winner Marcia Zaiac,
16, founder and first president of
Yaldot Yisrael B'nai B'^Jh Gj^p
chapter, Miarru" "Beach, stressed
Jewish education and a search for
greater knowledge of the origin,
history and philosophy of Judaism
on the part of youth in her win-
ning essay. She was the recipient
of $100.
.Marcia, daughter of Professor
ami Mrs. Manuel Zaiac, 1525 Len-
ox Ave., Miami Beach, is in the
11th grade. Her essay. "Youth
Loaks at Jewish Education" has
been sent to religious school lead-
er- in Atlanta, Miami and Holly-
wood.
Second place winner, Leslie Mil-
hrd of BBG-Debs, won $50.00;
Laurie Goodman, of BBG-Fort
Lauderdale, received a plaque.
Judges were Robert Forman,
executive director of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation: the Hon.
Paul Seiderman. B'nai B'rith lead-
er and George Kotin, president of
Maccabee Lodge.
The contest, which always em-
phasizes a Jewish theme, is a trib-
ute to the memory of Maccabee
Lodge member Jack Perlmutter,
whose interest In youth and in
Judaism was intense. His widow,
Mrs. Frances Perlmutter, serves
on the awards committee and per-
: sonally presents the prizes each
I October.
B'nai B'rith Girls and Aleph
IZadik are components of the B'nai
iB'rith Organization. There are
loivi- 700 members in the Miami
[area in 34 chapters, serviced by
volunteer advisors and the Miami
IBHVO board of directors. Mrs.
Ida Bossak is the Miami director,
[with offices in the Federation
Building at 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
lanufacruring Center Set Up
I'KI. AVIV (WNS) A new
Lrban and manufacturing center
I I v 'cida, was officially estab-
I last week in the southern
| Heights. The town will pro-
health, education and trade
- for other settlements in
neighborhood and employment
er lfil workers in a plant
\ Israel Aircraft Industries.
B'nai B'rith's adult Jewish edu-
cation activities, now has an
additional major B'nai B'rith re-
sponsibility as staff director of
newly organized Program Di-
vision to create and funnel to
he organization's 1,200 local
odges an on-going series of
ppecial programs relating to is-
sues of Jewish concern. The
pew division is an inter-agency
Operation composed of senior
directors ana staff members of
pnai B'rith diverse activities.
Irs. Edelman, author of several
ks and numerous articles,
tfU also continue as editor of
Jewish Heritage, a B'nai B'rith
quarterly devoted to adult Jew-
Ph study.
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*Jen isf fkriJfor
Friday. September 8, 1972
k
Victims Must Reach Help
Before It Is Too Late
MEYER BRILLIANT
41A COUNTY JUDGE 41A
Continued Fr.m Pcge 11-0
The
drxrvsy ls
granted to know h n
oouW ? -tack.
Tne'stooprf yOuns^fcwiiM with
the i **
most about the var-
j ardin; accident
from beteg cboked by
I woman' hiishand
.- | to know ali about
they lived in a
.- .. ttlement, far from medical
ia p and tt*> braided squaw
ask for books on bums I
accnt. S K or Ch :-
enne. was throaty Moroccan.
1 chidi ) myseU I
I
need these
......
I
did.
'
, Yaai '.I
jht to
i
We nrci
J').- mat< riaL" V saia as v
T A
qu. 1t ; as
T
ah. Tl-
k
, .... ,
"During the Six-Da) '
had to I Is ol pi
l>le for lack
personnel everyon I to
help, to &-i something. ',
uith it-
' And their demandj have:
up since

it car.-
if HmS Rail s. v stil
have tlie hi^be.-t traffic ae-
rate in the world arxi evoryon
ts to he able to help them-
i- others ."
For a while wc '.-ode in silence
Yaakov probably dreaming; of]
a n. twoi k of first aid schools and.
I woBdering whether I dared a-k
'..on that has been;
on m\ mind e*er since Yafcr went.
into that complex explanation I
about body cheiofcrtry and the
of acetone odor on comatose
.in.
Did you and V. 'hink
Golda Meir, Prime Minis-
ter of Israel, will accept
the 1972 Silver Medallion
Award of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of
America according to Mrs.
Milton S. Jacobscn of New
York City, national presi-
dent of the women's re-
ligious-Zionist organiza-
tion. The award is con-
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tinguished women who
have made outstanding
contributions of interna-
tional significance to the
building of Israel and the
furtherance of Jewish in-
tellectual and humanistic
ideals.
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Yookov smiled: Yes. \\<
Hd not Just thin] It. we
tried it for a while.'"
What happened *
Well, for one thing, we have
Families to s-.inport that mean*
we must ; full time. Except,
working fo: the MDA is full time
and .1 half with no rejruta1"
hours or paid overtime. We
thought about leaving MDA
did too. for a while and even tried
different jobs, but we euro bark:
we're hooked for eood. No other
work is good enough for us."
Cotr.e to think of it. -avinc: lives
. : red good enough
work for almost
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Friday. September 8, 1972
+Je*isti hcradian
Page 1S-D
Bible Was FBI Chiefs Guide
Continued From Pajre 8-D
arc fighting lawlessness. What do
you think is the effect of their
activities upon lawlessness?
A Any group in America which
takes the law into its own i
hands through force and violence
il doing our nation a grave injus-
tice. Violence begets violence, dis-
respect for the law, and often en-
courages other groups to do like-
wise.
9 What is the role of religion in
society? How can it be made
more effective?
A Religion gives men strength to
face the vicissitudes of every-
day living. It helps mold character
and personality. It enables the in-
I dividual to make decisions which
are fair and honest. All too fre-
quently we find evidencethrough |
crime, subversion and corruption |
thai the principles of religion do j
not really influence the lives of
some people. There is a great need '
today for a revival of religious
values in our society. A nation
without respect for God is a na-
tion which has lost its moral com-
petence for Hying and vision for
the future. t
9 Is it iwssible for synagogues
and churches to help reinstiU
character and morality in people
today? How?
A Synagogues and churches have
a vital responsibility for the
moral instruction of our citizenry,
especially young people. "Train up
a child in the way he should go.
and when he is old he will not de-
part from it." says the Book of
Proverbs. This admonition is as
true today as when it was first ut-
tered. Here is what the synagogue
and church must doinfluence the
young child and implant in him
those religious principles which
make for greatness of character
and nobility of action. This comes
! from personal instruction, example
and encouragement. If they dc- '
fault in their duty, the entire na-
tion suffers.
9 What do you regard as your i
most satisfying achievement i
since 1924? What would you most i
like to be remembered for?
A Ilk* to think that I have
^ been associated with the ris- j
ing citizen respect for law enforce-
ment as a profession over the last
generation. In the 1920s and '30s, j
law enforcement was not highly
regarded by the community. Citi-
zens had only minimal respect for
the police officer's responsibilities. (
Hut today, our profession is re- \
spected and supported. I would j
like to be remembered for the role
the FBI played in making law en-
forcement a servant of our people.
Population Tops 3.1 Million > JERUSALEM (WNS) Offlc- abUt 2? I!"0"' ""^ *^?
1 more than 10 years a-^o when the
lai preliminary census figures show, ,a cns,ls ,va, takn_
Jerry Lewis Hits
High Utility Bills
Sen. Gerald (Jerry) Lewis, in
his race for Public Service Com-'
mission, declared this week that,
telephone and electric bills are I
too high in Floiida. and that these
[high bills are especially burden-
[somr to people on fixed and lim-
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"In addition, there are certain
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phoni for their safety and well- ;
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S : !.<\\is is proixsing a major
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11 tv senior citizen, regard-
i ss of his means, might be
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Buffering financial hardship, and
I hat this proposal would give s]>e-
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|Teacher Strike Averted
TKI..WIV i WNS) A threat-
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Minister Yigal Allon to set up a
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*Mnist Fkridiar
Friday, September 8. 1579
SEPT. 9*h
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday. September 8, 1972
Section E



7-
ervent
f^raxfers ^/*nd LAJctrmest Wishes Jfor 5733
On behalf of the representative organiza-
tion of the Conservative Rabbinate in the
seven Southeastern States, it is my privil-
ege to offer fervent prayers and warmest
wishes for the Jewish community as we ap-
proach the year 5733.
Among the major problems facing us on
the eve of Rosh Hashanah are those ranging
from shifting neighborhoods, changing com-
munities, the crisis in education, the disinte-
gration of family ties, and the intensification
of the communication block between the
generations.
In the Conservative Movement, itself, the
election of a new chancellor ushers in a new
era not only for the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, the mother institution, but also for
each of its millions of members. The further
polarization of the philosophical position of
Israel and the Diaspora will affect the inter-
relationship of the Jewish people and the
further evolution of Jewish thought. The chal-
lenge of Jewish survival may be found by
such data as only half of American Jewry af-
filiated with any synagogue and only half of
American Jewish children even receiving a one
day education.
The spiritual famine which is felt as a re-
sult may be overcome by "turning on" this
Rosh Hashanah, through the attaining of
"soul power" as the Hiph Holy Day season
itself reaffirms the faith of Judaism in re-
newal. May the "Birthday Of The World"
help us to find through it hope and faith,
making 5733 a year of genuine blessing and
peace.
RABBI SOL LANDAU, President
Southeast Region of the Rabbinical Assembly


Page 2-E
rJewisti fkritt&Hl
Friday. September
Realizing The Dream Of A Lifetime
By KrTil PBLIGMAN i give herself the luxury of realizing just as many also come alone, to
I what was "for so many years just realize the dream of a lifetime,"
The letter I hud been half dread- a dreanii the drram of s<.ttlin2 hoping perhaps that their children
Iwlf^aantiaK.CTm^iltiCjaQnth.^,^ in ^ 0\vrr TaWm" my own! 1U follow, but not waiting, not
country."
Short and to the point as my aunt
always Is. She will be arriving at
the end of the sumirnr as a] FIRST CONTACT
temporary resident, but she in-1 In actual fact, my own first con-
tends to stay. She gives me tact with Palestine had been the
her niece and only relative in Is- "pushke" in her home, the blue
r.nel the h'-no- of finding her n
rented apartment "until I can;
d< cide either to buy a small apart-;
ment or go Into an old age home."
box which represented to her a
vision and an ideal which she
never talked ab mt as she de-
voted a lifetime to raising a fam-
ily of five, to caring for invalid
parents and to marrying off a
younger sUter. She never com-
plained, yet when I came to Is-
rael there was a look in her eyes
which, at the time. I mistakenly
interpreted as regret at my leav-
knows that it won t be easy for | ing j was TonR
her at her age
With this letter comes. I realize,
the end of a long jieriod of soul-1
searching and the beginning of,
what we l>oth hope will be a |
wami and meaningful !>eriod in
her life. Honest and realistic, she
to start anew,
to make new friends, new social
contacts, new ways of filling her
days.
Last year when my aunt made
her first vi.-it to Israel -- to sec
me and my children she saw
no reason, she said, for remaining
in the .states any longer. Her chil-
dren were all grown-up. Her
"baby" had finally found himself
a wife. She had no further respon-
sibilities to any of them. In her
words, "they're old enough to take
care of themselves." She could
making their plans dependent on
others any longer.
PLANS WORKED OIT
Auntie has it all worked out.
The dollar goes further in Israel
so she feels that her social secur-
ity payments should support her
"In a fairly modest style." I
hasten to report back. Luckily,
she also has some fund* from my
uncle's estate, enough to either
buy a small apartment or to buy
her way into an old age home and
support herself there. I don't know
which to advise her The old age
home would cost less, eat into her
funds later.
Two delightful old Indie* whom
brew words on it." Her excite-
ment at coming is infectious. I
cannot quell it.
I try but give up to warn
her of possible difficulties. I men-
tion that in our various health
schemes there is seldom the inti-
mate doctor-patient relationship
she may have enjoyed, that medi-
1 eal care for elderly people is only
partially covered hv the sick funds.
Continued on Page 11-K
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HE STANDS ALONE!
sion that older folk* came to Is-
rael only to be with their children,
that it was these children who
d-ew them here. Actually, as I've
discovered in this fervent search
for an apartment for her which
has me meeting many other older
"retirees" a large majority do
come to Israel because their chil-
dren have settled here and they
want to b close to them. How
ever, to my surprise, I found that
I never thought that auntie could
leave her children and her grand-
children. I was under the impres- I visited in a home near me insist
that "their way is best." They
each have their own separate
rooms, filled with their own fur-
niture. They are extraordinarily
busy in a variety of extra-curricu-
'ar activities. They roll bandages
at the local hospital and partici-
iate eagerly and actively in
the senior citizen's group of an
Immigrant association,'taking in
01 the trips, lectures and social
affairs.
GEORGE
FIRESTONE
thanks the
following for
their confidence,
support and
endorsements:
Another woman insisted that "as
long as I have my health I want to
'>e in my own place." Yet. I know
ve are in for a difficult time find-
ing a small apartment for auntie
to buy. She wants two rooms a,
living-room and a bedtoom plus i
Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
* Dade County Council for Senior Citizens *
Congress of Senior Citizens Tenants Associ-
ation of Florida Classroom Teachers Asso-
ciation of Dade County Dade County Con-
cerned Democrats United Transportation
Union The Florida Legislative Board of Rail-
road Brotherhoods*The Democratic Club of
Miami Beach*Voters and Taxpayers League
of Miami and Dade County Congress of
Presidents of Civic and Political Organiza-
tions of Dade County Homestead Tax Ex-
emption League of Dade County
AND MORE TO COME
sMlflMl'NEWS
36TII DISTRICT
Georic Plreuonc is the only
-: three candidate! whom
e consider qu iliiied to s In
i Senate Mr I irettone, elect-
Wed. Au30, 172
11 limes |6 the House of
wntatlves, chaired
H uae Administration and Con-
duct committee which oversees
the ethics of the members.
a small kitchenette and hath. I
They're not building such small j
inartmcnts in Israel any more.
Prosperity and rising standards |
have brought changes in their
vake, not always agreeable to all.
My nope is to find an old apart-
ment renovated and re-decorated.
OITLKT FOR EXKR(iV
My aunt is independent and re-
sourceful. I know she will find out-
iets for her energy, work with one
of the voluntary women's organi-
sations. She has already Indicated
that her first goal is to learn "at
least -i smattering of Hebrew.
enough to read the signs." And
she recalls her enthusiasm at see-
ing a Coca-Coin hot tie "wth He.
Judge Leonard Cardone is the
onlv candidate in his race
with judicial experience.
Judge Cardone, in 1 1 '2 years as Judge
of Industrial Claims (Workmen's Com-
pensation) has established a reputation
for fairness and integrity. Moreover, he
is the only candidate in his race with ac-
tual experience as a judge. In every re-
cent judicial poll of Dade County Attor-
neys, over 95 percent of those who
voted rated him "Well Qualified" and
HE ISA GREAT JUDGE!
Elect JUDGE Leonard P.
CARDONE
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TIT JUDGE GROUP 35 LEVER 30-A
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I Jaycees & Received "Good
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Served 6 years in Fla.
I House of Rep., (1966-1972).
' President-Elect National
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Fridcy
September 8. 1972
+Jmtsi ncrkfian
Page 3-E
letters to the editor
JlIToK. Th.- Jewish Flortdiuii:
|l -.spanse to those'who bo-
L-o there L a Jewish vote, and
Lit thi Jewish vote is ommttted
[should be committed to the yr-
Ljtjoj of President Nixon, I wish
Utf, die following inoj matjjjn.
I | to 1938. Richard M.
Iron was anti-fcrael, going all
I,, waj back to the 195fi debacle.
),,., ',;.. Nixon WHS nominated
[ th. Presidency in 1968. Israel
i< terribly worried about his
feti-Israel stand. The Pre-idenfs
h : Including all the presidents
of the major Jewish organizations
of America?, called Mr. Nixon in!
for a briefing on his position on
Israel. At that time, of course, his
position changed in order to et
the Jewish vote.
i
_'. For niiiny years Mr.' Nixon
had been stopping at the Key Bis-
cayne Hotel, which discriminated
against Jews. The Anti-Defama-
tion League had made representa-
tion to Mr. Nixon advising him of,
same. It brought about no change
either in his |>osition or attitude
towards the Key Bisr-ayne Hotel.
linoza Forum Lecture Schedule For September
The Splnzoa Forum for Adult I The September lecture schedule
luca'-ion, founded by Dr. Abra- \ Includes "The Jewish New Year.-'
L Wolfi.Ni In -Vt.lt>. meets each by Dr. Wolf.son; "The Contributors
. rw>m 10 n th. to noon in ol B'nai B'rith to Judaism," by
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
president Moe Reifen, Sept. 14;
"Jews the World Over." by C. Is-
rael Lutsky. Sept. 21; and "The
Li,e atul Philosophy of Baruch
Splnzoa," by Dr. Wolfson, Sept.
27.
v from 10 a.m. to noon In
auditorium of the Washington
l 1234 Washington Ave.,
music, lectures and disaussion,
cording to Raphael Burstein.
nirman.
EARN $75.00-$100.00
A WEEK PART-TIME
tales representative work
Irom home. Largest designer
If exclusive invitations offers
Lnusual opportunity,
leeks personable housewife
lr family man. Sales ability,
Iraphic arts appreciation, ele-
nentary Hebrew helpful.
|Mr. Miller, ArtScroll Studios
156 Fifth Ave.,
New York, N.Y. 10010.
o. The major reason for Mr.
Nixon's change in attitude towards ,
Israel was not a sudden love for!
Israel, bul rather a very deep con-1
eern for the interests and welfare
of the United States or America
Which was being threatened by
Russian entrenchment ux Egypt-.
Now that Russia has pulled out of
Egypt, there is every reason to
believe that Secretary of State
William P. Rogers will push for
hi>- policy in the Middle East which
Israel rejects outrightly. Once
more, the United States will re-
new its appeasement policy in be-
half of the oil interests in the
Middle East and to curry favor,
with the Arab states.
Politics makes very strange bed-'
fellows, and oil interests make the
strangest bedfellows of all. Those
who profess that the Jews must
be committed to another four years
of Richard Nixon in the White
House should have second thoughts.
i; Vl-.l'.l JONAH K. CAPL.VN
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vJmisiithrMkM
Fridajr. September I
Leopold David Was The
First Mayor Of Anchorage
By RABBI SAMI"EX 9H.VER
(A Sevea Arts Feature)
So who do you think was the
first mayor of Anchorage, Alaska?
He was a 3e\-*) teopold David^
How do 1 kiidV?^
I met his niece in New York
City.
I was astonished to hear the
news and the niece. Miss Caroline
Horowitz, showed me photostatic
copies of newspapers telling about
her distinguished uncle.
One of the six children of a
German couple who lived in Brook-
lyn, Leopold David served in the
Spanish-American War. He was
appointed a commissioner repre-
senting the U.S. government in
Knik, Alaska, and then became a
lawyer and was elected the first
mayor of Anchorage in 1921 and
was re-elected in 1922.
He then retired from politics and
later became a judge. His death
occurred at the age of 45.
His niece, Miss Horowitz, also
earned a place in history. She is
the only female who has written
an Army marching song. Her
World War II creation called "The
Forty Eight Stars and the Red.
White and Blue," is secwxd tj,the
song about the caissons in popu-
larity among bands.
A rousingly patriotic mriody
which tells how our nation will
"guard all our shores from terror,
want and hate, from way up Maine
clear across the Golden Gate," the
song is often heard in merry-go-
rounds and carousels around the
nation.
Miss Horowitz says her late
uncle was one of the pioneers in
Alaska and had something of the
spirit of the Israeli chalutzim on
the frontiers of Israel.
I enjoyed learning about another
Jew who gave his talents to the
development of our nation.
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Friday. September .-1972
*Jewish rtcridkMi
Pcge S-E
luseum Purchases foe Ramban Seal
The personal seal of the Ram-
tan one of the greatest Jewish
Scholars in Spain 700 years ago, has
|ben placed as a special exhibit at
|(he Israel Museum in Jerusalem, j
The seal, lest than an inch in
diameter, jj!. V'"H ."flfl" 1^1 war
i TYf-rfaisun, five rhfles southeast
( Acre, and was purchased by the
r.useum. It carries the name
PUT A PHYSICIAN
on the
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Vote for
DR. LOWELL D. ROSMAN
Member Beth Torah
pd. no|. adv *w **~..
to Elect L. D. Rosman
MEMBER OP BETH TOBAH
Perhaps as a result of this, in
1267, the Ramban moved to the
Holy Land. He reorganized the
Jewish community in Jerusalem,
where he built a synagogue known
as the Ramban Synagogue to this
day. _________
^Tyr-ar later he ^ffTrnefPto the
port town of Acre, where he died
in 1270.
"Mosho. son o' the le rabbi Nah-
man Gerondi, hazak."
The Ramban was one of the Jew-
ish greatest scholars in the middle
a?cs. a Biblical commentator, a
maior talmudic authority, a known
philosopher, a doctor and leader.
e was born in Gerona and was
therefore called Gerondi.
Tt'e R'Tiban vn= made to par-
ticipate in a public disputation in
Barre'ona in 1263, by Kin? Jaime
the First. It was the only case in
that period in which a Jew won:
but two years later he was accused
of hlasphomv for the publication
of his words in the debate.
Temple Zomora's New Choir
Participates In Services
At the Selichos service held at
Temple Zamora, Cantor P. Hillel
Brummer introduced his newly
formed choir to the temple con-
gregation, and the choir partici-
pated with the cantor throughout
the services. -.__,. m +
The choir, which will participate
in the High Holiday services in-
cludes Roseann Perl, Steve Night-
berger. Mark Lighterman, Mark
Posthumus, Harry Pines, Harry
Pinesick, Karen Posthumus, Mrs.
Jack Scheer, Mrs. Morris Sitkin,
Jack Rubin and Mrs. Flora Dick-
son.
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WHAT KIND OF A JUDGE WOULD
WRITE A LETTER LIKE THIS??
Rhea Pincus Grossman
circuit judge
ILCVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA
II04 DADC COUNTY COURT NOUSG
Miami, Florida 33130
IIC'JISE SWEENEY. SECRETARY
|CAR|.ES CHUCK. HAWES. BAILIFF
Dear Juror:
Within the past 15 months, you were summoned to sit as a juror
in my Court. I excused you from this civic duty because of a
personal problem you had at the time.
I am now asking you to VOTE on September 12th as it is the
exercise of this right that keeps our democracy working.
Cordially yours,
RHEA PINCUS GROSSMAN
j.j,/( a-i- l.
Stationery and stamps paid for by the
Rhea Pincus Grossman Campaign Fund.
THE KIND WHO
SHOULD BE VOTED
OUT OF OFFICE
SAYS THE DYNAMIC
YOUNG PROSECUTOR.
RICHARD JACOBS
MEMBER TEMPLE ISRAEL
AND B'NAI B'RITH
YOU DO HAVE A CHOICE!
Richard Jacobs served more than nine years as a prosecutor in
the Dade state attorney's office. He was chief prosecutor of that
office's major crimes division. He handled more than 1.000
criminal cases, and earned convictions in more than 90% of
them. He's made our streets just a little safer. You can trust him.
ELECT
RICHARD JACOBS
Dade Circuit Judge
Paid PoL Adv.
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>Jmisl> fhrkiiaf!
Friday. September
Saul M. Zabel, Southeast Region director
of the United States Committee, is shown
addressing a dedication luncheon at the
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem. At
left is Nachum Pessin, the hospital's deputy
director-general administration. Mc .
Congressman Dan Kuykendall end "=
salem's Mayer Teddy Kollek are rigr
This personal seal, which dates back to the 12th Century,
was found near Acre, Israel early this year, and has been
purchased and put on display by the Israel Museum in
Jerusalem.
Israel As I See It
IV. JOSEPH P. ZICKF.KMAN
(EDITOR'S -VOTE: Mr. Zuc^emun
u 5 ': i farband KtfJtyemnwt oi
I .- / Alliance prudent
cf Leb'Aikrr Branch o/ Farbdu.l vict
7 msi Federation of
Florida .. :.; president o/ ihe Jew
1 f Southern Sic-
1'hc land of Israel, including the
upteri territory Is ruled with
deep understanding and Justice by
e of the ceasefire of June
The Israel government es-
tablished : -' and tranquility.
True, crucial and fundamental
po itical problems remain unsolved.
S i .- Arabs i i the Israeli con-
d areas have not developed
a clear consensus about their po-
J future No doubt they wou'd
ruled by the Arabs tof
i rse Ith i-i-i' I's prog
ids.i Howe er the eagerness
of tht i II to re i
i rolve the pi
of relationship between J w$ and
I IS.
not oi Ij to I II but also to the
ler her rul Is to
,< ;1.. the
bullets i
I by the :
e her utir -'
eas with
and progi tiles an 1 i
I .-'. I 'I's ippr ach to the
ts has been star
[htfonvard; she rr.ak'
el tl will control the
land unril p. lasting pea

I listened to an inflammatory
S! aker, i man of the occupied
torj '-o said: "Wo Arabs
change this situation of occu-
rsuading our fellow
-it down and negotiate
face to face and end this conflict."
i is doing every thing in
the world not to demonstrate her
might; she redu~ed her
presence to the absolute
i lira Law and order are
' by local Arab police;
or not they are even
i Ion'.' as the situation in
s quiet, the Israeli armv
I;, en- O'll of sieht; of course Israel
lininT adequate forces.
ready and available if needed.
Tb> i-rpot governtne*'< willingly
If l wal Individuals or
tor help in development
,, Imnr v ment in the ^tanda^d of
livine Mui Icinalil and lo-
cal oi"i'i!s con'inu^ to function
' ly "nder Arab mayors'
' I'lo I have seen the land
of Arab fanners seven, five and
three years ago. The opportunity
granted to them by the Israel au-
thority has advanced them agri-
culturally and their brown patches
of land of years ago have changed
to green, like the farm land of
the kibbutzim or of Jewish indi-
vidual owned farms.
The Arabs admire this generous
provision of facilitie-. Now that
th'-y can be advantageous to both
sides, to Arabs as well as Jews I
believe that prejudices will soon
disappear and harmony and pea:e
will be established.
Mayor and Mrs. David M. Lapham
Wish You All A Very Happy New Year
Candidate Dist. 98
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CALENDAR OF JEWISH HOLIDAYS / 1972-1975 / 5733-5736
ROSHHASHONA, 1st day
ROSH HASHONA, 2nd da}
YOM KIPPIR
SL'CCOTH. 1st day
SUCCOTH. 2nd day
SHEMINIATZERETH
SIMCHAT TORAH
CHANUKAH, 1st day
Pl'RIM
PASSOVER. 1st day
PASSOVER. 2nd day
PASSOVER, 7th day
PASSOVER. 8th day
SHAVOUTH. 1st day
SHAY0LTH.2ndday
" Yizkor
1972/5733
Sat.. Sept.!
Sun.. Sept. 10
Mon.. Sept. 18
Sat., Sept. 23
Sun.. Sept. 24
Sat., Sept. 30
Sun.. Oct. 1
Fit, Dec. 1
Tues., Feb. 2!>
Thins.. Mar. 30
Pri., March :ll
Wed.. April 6
Thins.. April (J
Pri., May lit
Sat Mav 20
1973/5734
Thuis.. S,pt. 27
Fit, Sept. 28
Sat., Oct. 6
Thurs. Oct. 11
Fri.. Oct. 12
Thurs. Oct. 18
Fri.. Oct. 19
Thurs. Dec.20
Sun.. March 18
Tues.. April 17
Wed. April |8
Mon.. April 23
"Tues.. April 24
Wed .June li
Thurs., June 7
1974/5735
Tues.. Sept. 17
Wed. Sepl 1>
Thurs., Sept. 20
Tues., Oct. 1
Wad.. Oct. 2
Tues., Oct. 8
Wed., Oct. 9
Mon.. Dec.it
Fri., March 8
Sun.. April 7
Mon., April 8
Sat., April 13
'Sun. April 14
Mon., May 27
"Tues May 28
1975/5736
Sat., Sept ll
Sun.. Sept. 7
Moll.. Sept. 15
Sat.. Sept. 2"
Sun.. Sept 21
Sat.. Sept. 27
sun. Sept -'-
Sat., Nov. 29
Mon.. Feb. In
Thurs., April 15
Fri. April 16
Wed.. April 21
Thurs.. April 22
Fri., June i
Sat.June 5
Each holiday begins at Sundown the night before.


fridcy. September 8, 1372
* kwisli fkridHimn
HHBH
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- "' -
5
ieel Icurist officials launched an in'ensive
hotel construction campaign to ready that
fry for the 25th anniversary celebrations
that get underway this month. More than
13,000 roorri3 are under construction in Tel
lAviv alone, turning the coastal area into a
miniature Riviera. One of the most impres-
sive cf the complexes now under construc-
tion is the Klal Center, which will include
two hotels, marina, a shopping mall and
three restaurants.
MY BRADLEY
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSION
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO
ALL MY FRIENDS
raid Pol Ad.
Voters Incorporated Sets
'Unusual' Open Meeting
An unusual open meeting will
! bo conducted by Voters Incorpor-
-I Tuesday at s p.m. in the
Washington Federal auditorium,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Heaeh, according to Many Lev.,.
president
The tooic will be "The Unsung
"-oe. of ''v .;<<..,! Miami Beach
National Conventions." The guest
partkicants will be Miami Beach
Co inciimen Herbert Magnes, Har-
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UNTY JUDGE GROUP 4
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+Jewisti nuAMan
Friday, September
197J
The Human Scene
By MIRRAV 7A CKOFF
JTA .News Editor

Russian-born artists have estab-
lished a club in Tel Aviv to provide
immigrant artists with a place in
which to train and work. During
the evening the artists will pro-
vide entertainment for the public.
There are some 250 artists among
the re.ent Soviet arrivals, includ-
Ing many singers and a circus ani-
mal trainer. In October an ensem-
ble of l'JO will make its debut in
the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv.
The club in Rehov Yordei Has-
sira i~ named Moldovanks. after
the old Jewish quarter in Odessa.
The club will provide not only
entertainment but also meals
cooked by a new immigrant who
specializes in Jewish-Russian
cuisine.
* *
What would you do if you won
50 000 pounds < $36.0001 in a na-
tional lottery? A former resident
of the Muazi refugee camp in Gaza
who won this sum had a ready
answer. "Now I can have three
wives." said Said Mahmoud Matsri.
a building worker now living in
Jaffe. The winner, incidentally, is
currently a bachelor. It's clearly
a case of success going to his bed.

There are 700 elderly persons in
Jerusalem who require care in
institutions for the chronically ill.
but there are only 140 places avail-
able. In addition, 1.400 of the city's
20.000 aged require institutional
care but only 850 beds are avail-
able. These are some of the find-
ings on the needs of Jerusalem's
aged released in a report by a mu-
nicipal committee covering the
period 1971-72.
Because of these shortages, many
patents are transferred to out-of-
town institutions or an attempt is
made to arrange for home care.
The absence of any clear-cut defi-
nition of the terms "chronically
ill" and "welfare patients" results
in elderly clients being routed be-
tween the Welfare Ministry.
Health Ministry' and the munici-
pality, according to the report.
Meanwhile, authorities are seek-
ing more beds in the city.

According to a report by Agence
France Presse. the Jordanian news-
paper', "Ar-Rai." denounced Is-
ra< I's "high wages policy" which it,
claims is aimed at undermining the '
"patriotic feelings of Arabs in the ;
occupied territories." Cautioning
the Arab workers whom "the Is-
raelis were attempting to lead
astray with high wages," the news-
paper asked: "Whom will the
money benefit, if the citizen loses
his honor, the principal basis of
national sovereignty?"
A center to promote research in
physical biology will be established
at the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence as a memorial to Prof. Ah-1
aron Katzir-Katchalsky, the world [
famous scientist who was killed j
in the May 30 massacre at Lod
Airport. The center, whose opera-
tional costs are to be financed by
a S32 million Katzir Memorial
Fund, will help coordinate and
strengthen current work in plu-si-,
cal biology at the Institute and
initiate new activities.
The center s expected to stimu-
late interdisciplinary' activities, en- i
courage work of new scientists and
foster international scientific col-
laboration. Institute ientista
comprising the center will he'
guided and advised by an inter-
national committee of distinguished |
American and European scientists.

The West Bank experienced an
uniiecedonted boom last week
a wedding boom. More than 100
weddings took place, marking a
weekly record. Twenty-nine of
these weddings were held last Fri-
day in Hebron. The marriage boom
is attributed in part to the eco-
nomic upswing in the region and
partly to the summer visits pro-
gram under which prospective
brides and grooms come from
neighboring countries. The local
brides will be leaving with their
visiting husbands while the for-1
eign brides will be permitted to re- '
rr.rin with the'r resident husbands. J
This is "Marriage-West Bank
! Stvle."

A national amnesty permittedi
; an}"onc with an unlicensed weapon I
', to turn it in to police headquarters |
; until the nd of August. Haim |
! Breltenfeld who heads the National'
] Police Headquarters' Patrol and
Operations Division said that ''
' weapons were left, and no ques-1
tions asked. He added that even j
bank robbers could get rid of their :
weapons this way.
During the first week of the am- j
nasty, the Tel Aviv police depart-i
ment reported getting 17 assorted
SUbmachinegUDS, 53 revolvers, 24 !
rifles and two grenades. The am-
nesty coincided with the announce- :
i ment of stiffer penalties for ille- ]
gaily carrying weapons 10 years
imprisonment compared to two |
years previously, and up to seven
years imprisonment compared to
one year before for illegal posses-
sion of a weapon.
*
Some 60*/<- of persons receiving
welfare assistance in Tel Aviv's
southern sium area are "second
generation" aid recipients, accord-
1 ing to Acting Mayor Ariel Amiad.
The municipal welfare department
is currently dealing with 13 000
families compared to 10 700 in
i in the number of elderly persons.
Those over 65 constitute 12r: of
the population compared to 4.4r-
in 1948.

Incidents of sabotage in the
Gaza Strip declined by 74^ dur-
ing the past year as compared to
1970-71, according to official
sources. This was attributed to
the success of intensified anti-ter-
rorist activities on the part of Is-
raeli security forces since August
1971.
There were a total of 105 inci-
dents between August 1971 and
July 1972 comoared to 398 be-
tween August 1970 and July 1971.
At the same time, clashes between
terrorists and securitv patro's in-
creased from 37 in 197C-71 to 50
last year.
The number of casualties in the
Staip both local residents and
Israelis declined considerably
as a result of the decrease in ter-
rorist activities. Not a single local
resident has been killed since last
March.

The Jewish National Fund is
preparing ground in the recently
fenced-off section of the "Raffah
Approach" for another Jewish set-
tlement. The land. 800 dunams
"ear the existing settlement of
Moshav Sadot A. is being leveled
by four bulldozers onerated by a
private contractor. Houses for the
new moshav are already under con-
struction and the first res'dents
will b" moving in at the beginning
of 1973.
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The historic meeting which led
to the founding of the American
ORT Federation developed as'
a result of a note from European
ORT leader Leonty Bramson to
Gov. Herbert Lehman. The note
dated April 17, 1922 reads: "I'
beg to inform you that I have ,
come here from Paris as dele-
gate of the Union of Societies
"ORT" and would like very
much to have the pleasure of
seeing you. May I, therefore,
ask you to kindly advise me
where and when would be con-
venient for you to meet me.
Yours very respectfully, Leonty
Bramson.
RETAIN JUDGE ROBERT
HAVERFIELD
Cn South Florida's Highest Court
Feeommoncfed lo the rotter-nor as fully qualified
far appeiRtEnent to the Appellate Cevrt by th
Stale af Florida Judicial Nemimrtlng Council.
For twenty live years o practicing attorney in Dad*
County with balonced experience in both public and
private low.
State Senator Three terms
Dade County Commission Choirmon for Two terms
Chief Assistant City Attorney City of Miami
Appointed by Code County Bor Association as Dode
County s first Full- Time Lego' Aid Attorney
Senior Low Partner with tbe late Abe Aronovitz,
former Mayor of Miami
Thart Is no svbstitvta far Prove* Ability ft hfafrrr/
3rd DISTRICT COURT af APPEAL
DADE and MONROE COUNTIES
PJ Pd
AN OPEN LETTER FROM SIDNEY AR0N0VIT1
to

BILL GLADSTONE
candidate for Circuit Court Judge
group 32
'.EVER 28-B
William Gladstone, Esquire
Attorney-at-Law
607 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
Dear Bill:
I was indeed pleased to learn that
you had decided to seek election as a Circuit Judge
with emphasis in the family court proceedings.
_. 0ur many years of close association,
particularly during the time when we shared offices,
convinces me that you are eminently qualified to
serve, if elected, and that you would be a credit
to the judiciary and a true servant of the people.
. .. I know you to be sincere, dedicated
and highly interested in the family court work through
your past efforts as a private attorney and in the
legal profession. I therefore wish Vou the be?: of
success, and want you to know that you have my vote
Best wishes.
SMA.-GS
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Sincerely,
Sidney M. A
ronovitz


Friday. September 8, 1972
'Jen1st) Fh>ridHiann
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro
Engaged By Beth Israel
Page 9-E
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro,
},as been engaged as the
who
new
uritual leader of Beth Israel Con-
RABBI MORDECAI SHAPIRO
gregation, Miami Beach, was for-
merly spiritual leader of Machzikeh
Hadas, Ohcv Zedek and Penn Mon-
roe Congregations of Scranton, Pa.
A Talmudic scholar and educa-
tor, he came to Scranton from
Bridgeport, Conn., in 1964 as an
associate of the late Rabbi Henry
Gutterman, Scranton? chief or-
thodox rabbi, and participated in
a five-year program to unite the
Orthodox congregations. Upon
Rabbi Gutterman's death. Rabbi
Shapiro was elected as chief or-
thodox rabbi.
A native of Pittsburgh, son of
Rabbi Dr. and M-s. Joseph Sha-
"iro, ho is a graduate of Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and the Lakcwori
Theolocieal Semin.vv. He s'n*iei
ndr Tn'mudic scholars Including
Rabbi Mesh" Keintein and Rabbi
'..-.ran Kotlr. In Israel, he re-,.iv>'
he c-vrt '! d"rop of ordination
from Rab'.'i Issar Zabnan Meltzer.
Iran "f the famous Etz Chaim Col-
ter? of Jerusalem,
He res'ded in Israel for two
years 1:151.53. where he was ac-
tive 'v involved in the pioneer work
of PoyJlm, nt-ring to the many
needs of absorpt'on of the great
influx of ScDhardi: Immigrants
fro-n Asia and Afri a.
Rabbi Shapiro yerved as chair-
man of the board of education at
Scranton Hebrew Day School and
as a boa-d member of the Child
Psychiatric and Guidance Center
of Lackawanna County, the Jewish
Home of Northwestern Pennsyl-
vania and the Jewi-h Federation.
He also conducted the Chevra
Shaas. which was founded som
60 years ago as a center for ad-
vanced Talmudic study.
Rabbi Shapiro was respoasible
for the founding of the Torah
Academy High School for girls
and was chairman of its board of
education. He also founded Yeshiva
Beth Mosho High School for boys,
and was instrumental in making
arrangements for kosher dinners
to be served to Jewish patients in
thp hospital of the area.
Bob
State Representative
District 119
Democrat
McKnight
WHY DOES
HE WANT TO
BE A
STATE
LEGISLATOR!
"...I believe
we need a new set
of priorities for the
State... based on cutting
waste...saving the taxpayer
dollars..
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RE-ELECT
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Marshall S.
State Representative Dem. Dist.112
Voted the most valuable member of the Florida House of
Representatives in the "70 and 72" sessions.
PJ. Pol. Adv.
PULL LEVER
Endorsed by: Miami News Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
Congress of Senior Citizens Dade County Council for Senior Citizens Amer-
ican Federation of Senior Citizens Dade County Classroom Teachers Assn.
Concerned Democrats Tenants Association of Florida Democratic Club
of Miami Beach Dade Better Government League Inc. Dade County Mobile
Home Owners Civic League Fraternal Order of Police, Miami Lodge #20
Dade County, Police Benevolent Association Zero Population Growth-Miami


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+Jewistifk*kJlar
Friday, September 8, 1971
Rabbi Barry M. Altman
To Assist At Beth Am
j M Altmnr who ba :. : Hebrew Let-
I } been nami ""* from Hebrew Union College
T, ;.. -. b s and e I > receive Ins Master's
^ degree from that institution next
June. He has been serving a-
chape'-coor^inato- there, anil was
elected vice president of the stu-
dent body.
Rabbi Al'mar has serve! as
tciritual lead r of Temote B'nai
El, Lo'-'.m. IV. Va.. ,n a bi-weekly
! ast three years ?!
al*o served C-ngreat'.or B
M City. Guatemala, for
' ': P
!'. t >i All n in di-
ion of
. !h irah
-
I with youth at YVashii
Ui sit; in St. Louis. Mo.
Rabbi Al'man's wife, the f.i:
Z ileski, is the daughter of
the late Dr. Moses Zal skd, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
and pi ssor of Hebrew at Cin-
cinnati University.
Teens Conduct Own Services
Temole Menorah teenasers will
conduct their own High Holy Day
- in t'.ie temple's chapel this
year, with David Abramowitz, son
of Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
witz. serving as the rabbi. Ticket*
bit available to youngsters in
grades oieht through 12.
Sculptress Guest Speaker
Sculptress Edith Nathan will be
th |ues it 'he monthly
art forum I : the Miami
Beach Art Club, In;., in the Ro-
tunda Ro mi o: ie Miami I
Public Librarj is Ave..
- la) il 7 p.m. ler discussion
<: 'The Art o! Sculpture'' will be
illustrated with -.ides. Admi
is tree: .:ll Interested personi
i:r. ited
Medical Staff Orqanizinq
About 30 pen i e i specl I
to attend Thursday evening's Mi-
ami-Dade General Hospital medi-
cal staff organization meeting an!
dinner ir. the Kings Baj Yacht
an I Country Club, ac
Laurenci Lurie, exe itivc direc-
rhe 250- >v is no-v
-- tioi 9 I SW
ins call :
nexl '.ear.
KABBI BARKY M. AUt,]AN
~a from Cincinnati, Ohio.
}. ha- l>een studying at the
H- brew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Re!:. !
Rabbi Altman obtained his Bach-
: d gree in History at New,
York I Diversity when he edited |
th "Washington Square Journal"
t mi : Zeta Beta
T; u fraternity. He also holds a
RETIRED CONGENIAL
BAY FISHERMAN
will split your upkeep & ex-
penses of boat with boat-
owner, similar age, SW sec-
tion. Call Henry 667-3132.
ELECT
Norman MILLER
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 111(D)
Married, 4 children,
Lawyer, Former Municipal
Judge, Jewish War
Veterans, Disabled
American Veterans,
M"ns
LEVER 6-B
Endorsed by Congress of
Senior Citizens
PAH) POL. ADV.
Paid Hoi. Ad.
Paid Pol. Ad.
Paid Pol. Ad.
GODDHART
WILL MAKE AGREAT JUDGE
CRCUm-COURT-GROUP 35 rj
Member BnoiB'rith Lodge rl024 Member Temple Z.on
-o-^ Pull Lever 30-B
JACK GREEN, CANDIDATE FOR METRO MAYOR SAYS;
You Have Come Here
To Live With Dignity
JACK GREEN is not just an-
ther politician who seeks office.
Hi is a successful, practical and
Pa Poi Aov
elect Phyllis
Miller
School Board
DISTRICT 5
DISTRICT 5
Lever 15-C
Pi'. Pol. A.'v.
SHE LISTENS TO
AND WORKS FOR
.THE PEOPLE
progressive businessman ... a
man with a strong dedication to
Jewish ideals ... a man who deep
In his heart is attuned to the
people of South Beach who count
their pennies and exist on Social
Security and a tight budget.
JACK GREEN says: "Too many
people in better circumstances ask
why we need the senior citi/ens
who have little money and come
here to die. I don't agree with this.
YOU HAVE COMK HERE TO
LIVE WITH DIGNITY."
And because you have come
here to LIVE you have the right
to ENJOY the best that Miami
Beach and Miami and Surfside
and North Miami Beach and all
j of Dade County can offer. You
have the right to enjoy the FUL-
NKSS of life until you are 120.
Whafs thr Job or a Metro Mayor?
For example, in Miami Beach
you have a Mayor and six com-
missioner. They conduct the af-
fairs of the city. But Miami Beach
is only one city in the large Dade
County. There are 26 other cities,
besides a big un-incor|>orated area.
And under the Metro system of
government established in 1937
there must be a Metio Mayor and
eight other commissioners who on
a county-wide basis have to plan
and consolidate and do the things
that a city can't do by itself with
efficiency and economy. The
Metro Mayor is like the Chairman
of the Board in the business of
running the county.
V. hat MakM .Iuok Grren Run?
Ask him: "As a successful Ad-
vertising Executive and Manage-
ment Consultant, why do you want
to give up your health, energy.
money and home comforts for a
mere S6.000-a-year job as Metro
Mayor? You're not a lawyer who
seeks a stepping stone to higher
office:. You don't own a construc-
tion company and look for the
gravy that the office can influ-
ence. What have yon really got to
gain?"
JACK GREEN's answer is: "Aa
the great Rabbi Hiilel said: 'If I
am not for myself who will be?
But if I am only for myself, what
am I?" There is a time to keep
silent, a time to speak, and a time
to act. Many of our community
and poiitica! problems rest on a
moral I as,- and the morul re-
sponsihility of strong leadership is
what Dade County needs and
lacks."
We are faced with inflation and
ever-higher taxes that rob every-
one, renter and landlord alike, but
especially the older people who
have worked hard and struggled
in their younger years and who
now are forced to live on a fixed
income and Social Security.
Everything costs more, yet Dade
County wastes millions of dollars
in buying things that are useless
soon after they are bought, and
in awarding contracts not to the
lowest bidders, but to favorites.
There are tens of thousands of
people in dire need and waiting for
better housing, but why has low-
cost public housing proceeded at a
snail's pace? There is the county-
vide cry for better transportation,
an end to water-and-air pollution,
and for better garbage collection
and disposal of waste. There is the
shame of haphazard zoning for the
profits of a few. But what is hap-
pening except talk, talk ami more
talk? It's time for a change. It's
time for ACTION that is long
overdue. Yesterday's dilly-dally
hit-or-miss indecision must not be
permitted to shackle our Tomor-
rows.
JACK GREEN's entire career
has been as a counselor to busi-
nessmen who de|iend on hit
fissional expertise in analj/inc
problems and coming up with the
right solutions. That's his bus a
That will be his business as 1 ill-
time Metro Mayor of Dade Count)
Foreman or Dade County Grand
Jury Appoint.-,! By
Judge Milton A. Friedman
JACK GREEN has been a the
in civic betterment since coming
to Miami 22 years ago. But it was
during his six-month term as fore-
man of the Spring 1972 session of
the Dade County Grand Jury that
he learned the real inside of things
as they an
.As the next Metro Mayor
Green pledges new. bold, u
liad-rship to root out wast, and
foolishness. He pledges the initia-
tive to beget intelligent and prac-
tical solutions to our count]
mounting problems by Innovative
foresighted thinking and planning.
He pledges the moral responsibility
t' give direction and to invite the
public's involvement in a unified
eflort to promote the growth of
our fast-moving County for the
people's hen. lit ... and to avert the
danger of unplanned mish-mosh
growth.
JACK GREEN is not backed by
a political machine to whom he is
obligated to grant favors. His non-
partisan appeal is to intelligent
voters, Democratic. Republican
and I ni I. |H'ndent ... to citizens
who care ... to people like you.
JACK GREEN invites your vote
. September 12 Lever 42-B.
ir A
A few of Jack Green's involve-
ments over the years include:
Foreman: Dade County Grand
Jury
Board of Trustees: Temple
Beth Am
Executive Committee:
The United Fund
Board of Directors:
Junior Achievement
Director of Communications
Community Relation- B
Nominee: Dade Count}
Citizcn-of-the-Year
Advisory Board: Florida
Memorial College
Advisor Member: Human
Relations Institute
Director: United Health
Foundation
Policy Consultant: American
Heart Association


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F'iday. September 8, 1972
Realizing The Dream
Of A Lifetime
Continued from Page 8-B
r TTospTlaG i: i-< rbh forbid
.hi" should have t RO to one -
alc over-crowded. Part of mo
,. ,. hi ; to come very badly. Ij
how mu h Israel means to
yet, i irl of me dreads her
i in scared at the mom ni-
she is contemplating.
lady OF i:xri:u:N( tr
[,, ;he last mail there \\.:< a
note "Don'1 worry aboul
Life a one now in New York
i pir \-a-u for me. It's cold
inl r, raw and rainy in the
To this I have no answi r.
M> aunl i- convinced thai hei
aliyali may be easier for her than
ii i- for many much younger than
She said in one letter an,11
aps th re is a grain of truth
10 lur viewpoint thai all her
tile she hai struggled, "to learn a
new language English, to make
meet to help (he children
del through school, get married
stablished." She has lived
through wars and poverty. "What
In young people know what it
means to struggle? I'm a lady of;
, \ nonce."
Chen -ho added, almost as if to',
igize lor these words, "You.
and your husband came right after j
you wore married, left parents and
brothers and sisters. Neither of!
yon ha:l Jobs, but you went, took;
your chances and built for your-
selvi s a beautiful lie. Don't you
think thai your old aunl doesn ;
have the same kin I ol daring.
Shame cm you!"
So, wo are looking forward to
her coming, to Introducing her to
ib ol net o'det pi ople of our ac-
quaintance, to helping her feel a
part ol tie e mntrj .ve love, tin
country which has always been a
part ol her life.
Tesnage Volunteers Feted
By Mount Sinai Auxiliary
Mount Sinai Medi?al Center's
auxiliary honored the 90 youth en-
rolled In its Teenage Volunteer
program at a recent awards party.
The program, which offers grad-
uating high school students ex-
perience in the many health ca-
reers offered al Mount Sinai, Is
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Larry Wynne.
Marge n.n-.kol. who posted the
highest number of hours in the
program, received a special 1,300-
hour pin from Mrs. Wynne; Bruce
Schwartzman was the recipient of
a 4f)0-hour pin. Among those pres-
ent were Mrs. James Ruby, presi-
dent of the auxiliary, and Mrs.
Theodore Pineus, vice president of
In-Patient Services at the Modi-!
cal Center.
MEYER BRILLIANT
41A COUNTY JUDGE 41A
Paid Pol. Ad.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
JOHN CYRIL
MALLOY
DIST. 113
Rep. I'd. Pol. Ad
HE KNOWS THE JOB!
ELECT CHARLES MYERS
chuck' POWELL
CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT
+PREPARED+
+ABLE+
?MOST QUALIFIED*
10 Years On The Job Experience
as Deputy Clerk
BUSINESSMAN-CIVIC LEADER
The ONLY One Qualified
by Past Experience
ELECT
AN EXPERIENCED MAN
CLERK of the
CIRCUIT COURT
PULL FOR POWELL
LEVER 12-G
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+Je*is& fhradfon
Friday. September 8, 19?|
'Synagogue In Center City9
By Charlton W. Tibeau
-BeK REVIEW** Syimor B. licbmort
. y
The story of Temple Israel's
first 50 years is written by Charl-
ton W. Tibeau. The noted non-
Jewish historian was engaged by
the Temple to produce a book to
commemorate its eolden anniver-
sary. SYNAGOGUE IN" CENTER
CITY (University of Miami Press.
$7,951.
The small bo>k of 1^0 pases
opens with tome fifty odd pas
giving an account of the early de-
velopments of Jewish life in Key
West, some general h:story of
Florida, comments o^ sime ear'y
Jewish orc?.rization. develo->"*vnt
:n the Jewish community of Miami
Beach and of "Temple" Beth
David.
Beth David was and is a
congregation or synagogue. There
Opening Friday at Wometco
"Stanley." which was filmel i**
Miami under the direction of Bill
Grefe. will open Friday at the,
Miracle. 163rd St.. Twin I. Pa'.m j
Springs. Davie Blvd. Drive-in. i
Plaza-Hollywood and Gatewav. Ft j
Lauderdale. "Top of the Hcao" j
begins at the Miami and 27th
Avenue Drive-in.
are historic reasons for the non-
use of Temple Beth David was
never known as 'Temple." This
cr. or is not Dr. Tibeau's but rather
of his Jewish advisers. They have
erred in several other respects
such as calling J.I R. the "eastern
arm of Reform." Stephen Wise
boasted for many years that he
trained his boys to be capable of
assuming his boys be capable of
Conservative congregations as well
as Reform. Not until shortly bo-
fore the merger with H.U.C. did
J.I.P.. become exclusively a sfmi-
: a-y for the Reform movement.
It is the opening paces which
are of interest to those non-
affiliated with Temple Israel. A
-"hortccming of the book is that
the avowed purpose of interp-ct-
ne *he religious heritage of the
Temple is not fulfilled.
The bo^k Is. however, a splen-
did panegyric of the men who oc-
cupied its pulpits. The author uses
two wcrds for thes? men. One c
leader and the other is "ambas-
sador to the non-Jewish commu-
nity." Rabbi means teacher. n->t
nrt-acher. leader or ambassador,
"leader" may be a correct desig-
nation of the role of some rabbis.
'Syntf anathon' Launches Drive
More than 10.000 Miami familie-
have received invitations to at
tend the "Symfanathon" at the
Olympia Theater which will launch
the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Society campaign to raise funds
fofi-lht Philharmonic Orchestra.
PROGRESS IS ...
dixie auto parts
equipment" "coup, sorts
OWNER JAMES LAWRENCE
PHONE 24S-7950
26704 S.W .144th Ave.
Noranja
AvatfncTy
As far as any Reform rabbi being
"the ambassador" for Jewn-y, the
Orthodox would contest his right
to speak for them and some will
contest his capability to translate
traditional Judaism to the non-
Jews.
For many peop'e in the group
who broke away from Congrega-
tion Beth David in 1922. and form-!
ed a Reform group. "Reform" rep-
resented a means to remain with-
in the faith while not being bur-
dened with many of the mitzvot.
If the book were a house publi-
cation in'ended tor its own mem-
bership, it would be presumptious
for a non-memlxr to cavil at many
statements in the book. However.
=irve the Temple has chosen to'
seek reviews and offer the book
for public sale, we have exercised
restraint and leave to others the ;
indication of the other shortcom-
logs.
We were pleasantly surprised
to learn that the first observance
of the Jewish High Holy Days in
Miami was in 1896. The author I
supplies no further details on this
statement. Consequently it will be
a proiect for the Jewish Historical
Society of South Florida to fill
this lacunae.
BERMAN LEASING COMPANY
Announces its new location
ah 987 S.E. 11th Place
Hialeah, Florida
from: 3600 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
effective: September 1,1972
Wt will continue to furnish the finest in contract and tran-
sient leasing from the same familiar phone number
633-9561
at our lew location at 987 S.E. 11 th Place, Hialeah, Florida
LARRY HAUGH, TERMINAL MANAGER
Tel. No. 633-9561
Rabbi Abraham Korf, Florida
Regional director of the Luba-
vitcher Movement is putting on
Tefillin with a Jewish hippie in
Flamingo Park as part of the
campaign launched by the Lu-
bavitcher Chassidim to save
Jewish youth from drug abuse,
assimilation and apostasy. Pic-
ture shows a tent on which
hangs a sign reading "Put en
Tefilin," during the recent Re-
publican convention.
The invited guests will be tak/i
>n guided tours of the facility
-vhich will reopen as Gusman Phi!.
'larmonic Hall Oct. 21, see the
progress which has been made
examine the tri-level stage and
acoustical shell, and hear a pre-
view of the musical sounds which
can be achieved there.
Pick-Up
t D.liv.ry
ftofJ0fts of HarW.
is
k FEATURING
Th. Now Raleigh Line
e4 10-Speed Bicycles
SALES
PARTS
REPAIRS
Of Hialeah, Inc.
BICYCLES
J0 w. 49TH ST.* HIALEAH TEL: I22-2MO
Beautiful.
When it's 5 p.m. on Friday and your secretary
reminds you she'll be on vacation next week,
you might like to know Sharon Petersen.
Sharon is the Manpower Service Representative
who recently worked through a holiday weekend
to locate a legal secretary. It took a few hours
on the phone, long distance from her mother's
home, but the right person was on the job
first thing Monday morning.
Sunday work isn't routine at Manpower.
But the understanding and dedication shown
by Sharon is part of every Manpower Service
Representative's daily job.
There's a Sharon Petersen in our town too,
and her name is paula wood
She can send you the people you need, when you
need them, fully guaranteed and insured.
Even when it isn't easy.
And that's the beauty of Manpower.
Manpower: Bookkeepers, File Clerks,
Typists, Keypunch Operators, General Laborers,
Engineers, Material Handlers, Draftsmen and
all kinds of other beautiful people.
Keep up the food work with
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Friday, September 8, 1972
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTIC:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ih. uiul- r.-iif d, .1- -iriuit to engage ',;
business ui der the fictitious name '
Si R DEVELOPMENT hi Suit* '''-
Pad.-i.-ir-l Towers. W S D
Blvd Miami 33138 Int. nd to n
si.i.i m me u IUi ii" i'
Cir. uii conn i iv. '"';',;;''
SA.MIEI. PRANK SCHONIM.ER
j. HN n:.;i:i '
ARMANIMl RCANU
Samuel Prank 8. hoi
Attorn, i for Appl* -'
Suit- 7"- Dadela '
Dad. land 111- I Mmt il I
, js 8 1-11-13
IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72 16442
NOTICE
J\ RE: Th* Adoption ol
LAWRENCE LESLIE BEHNKEN.
. minor.
T. : PATRICKS REHNKEN
I:. -id-tee an.I Address
Unknown
VOU ARE NOTIFIED thai th* Pe-
lllioner, GEORGE K STACKS. has
ill..I petition In th.- ahov* styled
Court lor the adoption of the minor
child named in th* petition, and yon
.,., required to file written defense*
In thai Court by the ISnd da) ol
September, 1972, and show cause why
the petition should not be grunted:
otherwise a Judgment lor default may
t.. entered you Br:iiirin th*
adoption.
WITNESS my hand and thi seal
of the Court on August II. 1975 at -Ml- i |..rk ,,f
ami, u-.i'i. County, Florida.
i: p.. i.EATHBRMAN.
a- Clerk !" said Couri
B) I. a I" PIETR"
a* I lenuty Clt rk
(Circuit < "ouri Seal)
V l;i IBERT I 'Alif.lSI.E
Attorn.v for th.- Petitioner
iDinnthra Circle
Coral <;. I.I.-. Flo-Ida 3S1S9
T< lepho i< : 143-09*5
x i-:-.
.m the COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4212
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
HARRY GULDEN
Deceased
T.. ,\n Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Al
Estate:
Y.u are hereby ii'.ffied
quired i" present aay chtlms ami de-
mand* which >-.ii may have .._.n-t
the estate ui HARRY c.i'i.nen *
aaaaad kite of Dad* County Florida.
i.. Mi.- Count) Judge* .:' Dade County,
ami file :!<- aaroe in duoUcat* and a*
nrnvided in Section
Statutes, in th-lr off!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate <
HI.ITS WBIS8MAN,
I..,.......I
T.. Al! Creditor! and All Persona Hnv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatale:
You are hereby notified and re-
am) re- quired ii. present any elalm* and de-
mands a-hlch you may have atminM
the ..slate of JIM.IPS WEI88MAN,
deceased late <>iDid*.County. Flor-
ida t'> ih'' County Judge* of Dane
County, an.I file the -am.- in dupli-
cate and a> provided In Section
iffices
LEGAL NOTICE
.u; Florida I I*. Florida Statutes, in th
in the Conn- i" the County Courthouse
i> Courthouse in Dad* County. PlorWa. : Count)-. Florida. within six
within six calendar month* from the) I months from the time or
of th.' first publication hereof, publication Hereof, or
nm.-
I ..r the same will be barred
Dat-d at .Miami. Florida. Util -'
day of August, AD 1971
FANNTE (IOLDEN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice <>n
i Hi- :: day -: August, 197!
JOSEPH BCHMTER
i Attorney for Estate
' ..'", Uuooln Road.
j Miami Beach. Fla 33139
SS-SI-g-I-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business utnler the fictitious nam
C-NEED SPANISH
at 4!.: N.W "7th Av*
tend t.. register said
th.- Circuit
unty, Ploridn
Haul i: j..s, i Lasaga -."'.
calendar
the first
allle will
be barred.
Dated at
day
Miami. Florida. Ihli l*Ui
f Aumtst. AD. uTJ2.
IEVINO WEISSMAV
As Executor
First publication ..f this nolle* on
Hi. ia .lay of Auttust. 1ST':
I'avid S. Kumlde
Attot ney for Executor
".v. Lincoln Road, Sun- -' i
Miami Bench. Florida SSI39
v S3 !---!".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7216813
IN RK: The Marriage of
ESTHER CVRRT,
Wife.
and
JOHN A CL'RRY,
Husband
Tt : Mr. John A. Cut 11
4'.: Easl its'' Street
r.ronx. New York I04ST
1YH' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED | ...__,., ,
that a Petition for Dissolution ..f Mar-
riage has l.e.-n filed against you, and i
yog are re.iuir.-d lo serve......p) "I
your answer or pleading* t.. the Peti-
tion, on 'la- Petitioner, ESTHER
CURRY, whose address is !701 B.W.
;::r.l Court, Miami. Florida till*., an.l
id.- ii..- original answer or pleading
In the office of the Clerk ..f Ihe Above
styled Curt on ..r before th- 1" day
,.t September. 1972. in default of
which Petition will be taken as dob-
f.-ssed agalnpt >*..u.
Dated this IS .lav of Auc I97J.
K. R LEATHERMAN
Cb-rk of the Circuit Coort
Dade County, Florida
< M BEARSE DC.
I (Circuit <"..lirt Seal)
8 1S-LT, O'l-S
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tur
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCv'IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16689
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv RK:
DBRRA PEARL AUSTIN
Wife
and
Hf'ifi CHRISTROPHER
!',
ADVERTISINd
Miami. Fla. in-
uame with lh*
Court ..i Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name ..f I
SIN' Ll'CK RESTAURANT at 14!:
\v. ii'tli stte.t. Hlaleah, Fla. Intend*
to reglatsr said nano- with lb- Clerk
..f the cir. uii Court "f Dao> County,
Florida
PHLTPE LI
-^ 9/I-S-13
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. 72-17862
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IV UF:
Adontlnn of I.HK.T RODRIOUBZ,
a minor.
Bi i > \ \-11. 'ft>rjis.
Her Stepfather
Husband q.
T(>: lluxo t'hrislropner Aust
Residence L'nknou n
YOU AUK HEREBY N'.TinKD
that an action for Diasoluiloi ,,. j|a'r
rlase his been filed againsl j inl
>"U are requlrsd to serve a i-opy of
your written defenses, if any, t'n it
on Stanley E. tioo^lman.. attorney Jr>r
Petitioner, whose address is :,.,, \ \v
fiL'nd Street. Miami. Florida 111", ,|
file the original with the 1,.,^ 0j
th- above ityled mun on :
September )!, I97Ii othcrwi-, at.
fault will be enteretl against \ u in,
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
Tills notice shall be publish. .1 nnet
eaeh week for four conse< ulivi iveeki
in THE JEWISH FIX>RTDIAX
WITNESS my hand and the wal
of said court at Miami, Florida ,
14 day .-f Aub lt-T:
i: I! LEATHERMAN
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
Dade County. Fl..i i.l
By t M BEARSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit <"..urt Seali
Htanle) E Ooodinaii
Ml N VV (2nd Street
Miami. Florida 3314C 691-.".931
Attorney fur Petitioner
8 IS-:-
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IN THE COUNTY JUUUE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3874
i- re i:-'.......f
.1 tcon SILVERSTETN
I.. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All L*ersons Hav-
in^ Claims or Demandii Against Said
E-tate:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEX thl
the undersigned, desiring 1.. engagi n
business under the fictitious nam- '.
li.'CAI. PAVIN1 at _:-l W, KI.il-I. 1
strt. Miami. Florida Intends reg-
..,|.l nam.- with th- Clerk rhi
'-,1111 Courl : Dade Count), Flor-
ida
ALCOA PAVINfl ISC .
a Florid 1 .....noratlon
Itj MIOL'KL, ALVAREZ, Pr-si.l.iit.
... .<.!',.
IN THE COUNTY .uuOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
X.. 7i-4-::t
'n RE: Estate of
You ar* hereby notified and requlr- HENRY T. WHITE
e.i to present an) claims and demand* Deceased
which you may have against th..... notice to creditors
tale of JACOB 8ILVERSTEIN deceas- To All Creditor* and All r>
Hav-
.-,1 late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judge* "f Dade County,
snd fib- the same hi duplicate a,..l as
provided in Section 7U.1C, Florida
Statutes in their offices In the C Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of thi first publication hereof,
or th- same will l. barred
Dated a. .Miami. Florida, this I'th
.1 .. ... August, A 11 t;.r-
HARRY iRVINfl BILVERSTEIN
HAiii ILD DAVID 8H.BY
As Executors
First publication of ibis notice on
thi RSth day ..f August, 1972.
HENRY NORTON
_\: tornt V for
Estate .1.- oh Sjlverstein
I |n i lluUdhuj
> _: : 1.8-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1255
I. RE Estate of
KSTRBLLA QOMEZ
I 1-. a-. .!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TV. All Creditors and Ail Pi r*on Hav-
111 ^ fla,nis or Demand* Agaiusl Bald
Estate:
>'ou ar- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ma) have againsl the es-
tate ..f E8TRELLA tlnMICii deceased
late of Dad- founty. Florida to tin
County JudK tile the lame in duplicate and a* pro-
vided it. Section "?.::.1
Ing "Maims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You ar- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HENRY T. WHITE dec.
late ..f Sumiei- Count)'. South Carolina
to the founty Judges ol Dade founty,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Hi- Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, wiihin si\ ralendar months from
th.- time of the first publication here-
of, or th- same n ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
da) of aucu-i A 1> i:iT:
Ll'THER I. WHITE
Ancillary Admlnlstratoi
First publication of this 1101
ill. .-'.'Ii day ,.f August, 1972.
ANDREW .1 T-iTH
Attorney for Ancillary Admmistratoi
Suite E-93SS Pai k I "
Miami Shores, Florida 13138
S ;:. : i->-::.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
F.fn.N' 1 Mi I'D IR INN
ECONO ROADSIDE INN
Ei 1 in'. TRAVEL I < 'DOE
Efi iN'ti HtiTEI.
ECONO MOTEL
EC'iXn LODGE
ECONO TRAVEL
K< "1 > N"i 1 IN N
ECONO HOUSE
1 ,". 921 Blacayue Boulevard, Miami.
Florida. Intend* to regleter said names
'with th- Clerk ol th.- Circuit Court (
1 ...I. 1 ounty. Florida.
JERRY GRANGER
MAC MBRMELL
\ orne) for Jerry < Iranger
IBIM b.W Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
s ::. : 1-8-1S
IN
I TO: APOf FO PftDRO RODRIGI'EZ
Residence unknown
Y'.f ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action t-'r Petition for Adop-I
tion has been filed against y you ar- required to serve a copy >f
your Written defenses, if any. to It .
on David E stone, attorney for Pe. |
tltloner, whose address l* 1m X.w
Itth Avenue Miami. Florida, und '
nd fil< th- original with the .1.
the above styled COUrl on or before;
October t, 197S: otherwise 1 default !'5f.
will l.e ent.-r-d againsl you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or

on
utes. in th. ir office* in ihe founty
Courthou.-e in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
..1 the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi* MtU
.1 ,> of August, A.I' l'.'T-'
GERARD A VEGA
a- Administrator Cum Testamento
Annex.
First publication ol thi- not].....
th- 1st day of September, ::::.
c ILDMAN 1 M ILDSTEIN
t! PACZIER
Attorney for F.stnie
2401 West Flagler Bl _
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-5297
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Bsta.....I
BETA MAY BEECHER
11.. en v d
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Keport and Petition foi
Florida stat- j Distribution and Final Discharge
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
In P.E: Estate of
.Ifl.llS WEISSMAN
D-. ea.-e.l.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE ui" BAID DECEDENT
You ar- hereby notified ih.it a wril-
t.-n Instrument purport inn to b. tl..
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has l.e.-n admitted to probati
in said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar month*
from the date of th- first publication
of this 11..tie- to appear in said Court
,111.1 -bow cause, it' any you -an. why
ih- a. ti-.'i of said Court In admitting
I saiil will to probate should not stand
unrevoked
John it Blanton
County Judge
NADINE S. JENNINGS
Clerk
Kumble
P-tiiion.
This p..ti shall 1- nuhllshed once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEW ISM FLORID*AN
witness my hand and ihe seal of
-..id court at Miami. Florida on this
_': day of August. 197!
K. l: 1 EATHBRMAN.
a- Clerk, Circuit Court
I .ad- 1 'ounty, Florida
By f P fnPEI.ANH
As D.-nuty Clerk
11 ircult Court s.-ali
: DAVID E ST11VK
STONE .- S'lSTfHIN
mi Nf.vr. 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
a-t-8-IS-tt
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4221
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE E-tate of
CHESTER A NOLAN.
I le.eas.-ii
To All Creditor! snd All Perw Ha.
or Demand* Agnii -i Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified
1 quired to present aay rla 111- al 'i fo-
lly
I la \ id S.
Attorney
:!."... I.in.'oln Road, R-3H
.Miami Beach, Florida
First publication .f this not
the 15 day of August, 1 : TJ
C. J SEAL
s a : !->-!:.
Executor of the .state of HETA MAY
REECHBR, deceased: and that on the
l!-th day of September, 1973, will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judge*
of Dude County, Florida. f..r approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and filial diieharce as Executor
f the estate of the above-named de-
cedent. This 1SH1 day of August.
1 :::.
HENRY NORTON
HENRY NORTON
Attorney
11".: Bfscnyne Rulldlng
Miami, Florida 33130
f. 1---I".
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3683 Cowling
NOTI
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act of 1941
File No 72 A 521
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVBN
T RE :
CHARLES THOMSON I'
Metro i onsultants
In,
holdf
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tb- undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the Bctltlous name
..f FRANK PHOTO BTUDIO ai :::4T
Bisca) n- Boulvvartl, Miami. Fla. in-
tends w> register said name with the
Clerk .1 th- fir. uii Court of Dade
County, Florida
FRANCIS G. GARCIA
- -:. : t '".
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16737
Notice of Suit
IN THE MATTER OF
A.I,-.: i..- of mil,,.r child
l.e St. pfath. r:
RICHARD LEONARD bEROER.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3955
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Cl ARA M FELSER
1 leceased
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
inn claims ..r Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any -la.ms ^l de-
mands which you may hav. against
ih- estate -f CLARA M. FELSER de- \ Clerk
,.,-..1 lat. of Dai.- County, Florida*
to the founty Judges of Dade founty.
and file Ihe same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. U, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse iii Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or th.- same will l..- barred
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis 14
day of Auk.. AD. I97S.
Richard I Kroop,
Attorney t..r Executor
Flrsl publication of this police on
the 18 dav ,.f August. 1"7'.'.
RICHARD I KROOP
Attorney for JOSEPH FESLER, JR.
EXECUTOR
Suite Ml', t'.'n Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, Florida 538-757S
I '.-::. : l-s
mands which you may i.a\- saain
tb. .state ,.f CHESTER A \'.!_,X
.I-, eased late of Dade County,
t.. the County Judges of Dadi C *>
ty. and fib- Ihe same in duplicate -jkl
a- provided in Section T".; :
Statutes, in their offices in II
ty Courthouse in Dade Count)
Ida. within six calendar month* (r-ta
the time of the first publican, hen>
of. or the sam- will be barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Iv! I
day of August, A.D. 197!
STELLA M Ni .LAV
As Executors
First publication of thi- not
tb- SSth dav of August. b'Tj
KL'RT UEI.I.ISCII.
FIRST NATIONAL. HANK OF .V1\M!|
Attorney at Law
Attorney for Executors of Estal
CHESTER ,i NOLAN. Dec
187 Almeria Avenue, Coral Qabli
Florida.
8'33 J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVI I
ih- undersigned, desiriti^- it. mutt
in business under tb, fictitious .,me
of SELECT INSURANCE AiiBNTT
ii i: i..tb street. Hlalei r* |
intend to register said nam, .ih it*
i the Circuit Court i
Unty, Florida.
HCMBERTO S. RODItb
MIRIAM A RODRI'il i:z
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. 72-17399
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
'V RE The Mnrrlage of
ROBERT T WADE, Husband,
an.I
PEGGY WADE. Wlf<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN Ital
ih. undersigned, deeirlng f ejunfi
in busine.-s under the fictitious ruttMl
of CRYSTAL CITY: SBXSI'AUTI
CENTER at 801 N.W. 111'! Streft
Miami. Fla. intends to '. rJst.
names with the Clerk of lh. Cl*3|
Court ..f Dad.- County. Fl
DAVID HAY'LOCK
-
.f
Petitioner
.1
County Tax Bale Cert I float. No 8tl TO JAMES JOSEPH \'l
Realdence I'nkin.w n.
TO: PEGin w Mil-:
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7_"-'7308
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The Marriage "f
I.YDIA BARRANl '. Wife.
ami
ARMANI i I: LRRANl 'O. Ill
Tn: ARM \N|h. RARRAXt'tl
Resident I'nki.ow
YOU ARE HEREBY
thfl' an action for Dc M|UI
f Mi
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ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
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. ,.u
n ai Ion for 1 Maanlutkin of Mar-
vou arc required t>
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
riagt him been filed
re her-ly notifi-.l
ind
' Issued Bald Cert 1 float, thai an action for Adoption has I
required t>
nu and
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JERItY A Bl'RNS
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As Executor
First publication of this notlcl
1st day of September, I97S
'ourthous. a...a on tb* first Monda
in the month ol October, 1972 which
is th* -ml da;
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WALLACE N MAER
Al lornev for Ex. Utor
Address Suite No I t I
I in. NW 11 Av Miami. E' **
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Dated this 28th da) ..( Augut
E P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of ii-uii i ouri.
I Dad- County, Florid..
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f..r the relief demanded In the Con
witness, my hand and seal
said I '"UII on AUgU 'Tl'
F. r. LEATHERMAN
f : rk, Circuit Court,
I lad* 1 '"tlillv. Florida
B) I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
H Ircult 1 'ouri Seal 1
Roi.ei 1 II. liuiiis Bsquir*
::.-... Lincoln Rd
Miami Beat h, Fla
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a. ii v el for four
11 -. 111 i ve weeks
hi h u ek for four
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in THE JEW ISII |-|.< IRIDIAN.
WITNESS in
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f .f said court at Miami, Florida
In- 23rd day of August, 1973
E P. LEATHERMAN,
and th* seal J-.d ,|.., ,,, AUgUSt,
(:. p. L.EATHEIDI \N'
As Clerk, I'ircuii '
11
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Dad< county, Florida
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Vs li, puii Clerk
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'iii N e 79th Street
.Miami. Florida
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Miami. Florida SS13
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Friday, September 8, 1972
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MAUOY ASSAILS
HIGH TAXES
AND SPENDING
John Cyril Malloy, who is in the
Republican primary ract for Slatt
Representative, assailed high
spending in Tallahassee. "If s one
spree after another," he charged.
He cited the pay raise the Demo-
crat State legislators recently gave
themselvesfrom $3,000 to $12,
000 a year.
"They raised their pay te an ef-
fective pay rate of $72,000 a year,1
Malloy pointed out; "because they
only attend Tallahassee sessions
two months each year, with th ex-
ception of relatively rare special
sessions."
The high salary rate of State
legislators now approaches twice
the amount paid to U.S. Congress-
men in Washington, D.C.
Another example which Malloy
cited was the pension fund which
the legislature enacted last session
for their part-time positions. "A
pension at tax payer's expense for
part-time jobs is not warrented,"
he commented.
Historically, the Dade delegation
to Tallahassee has been entirely
composed of Democrats. "Things
have gotten to the stage where at
least a Republican or two is needed
in that delegation if we can ever
hope to halt the spending," Malloy
said.
"When the day comes that the
Democrats who remain in our Dade
delegation realize that they can
no longer count on being elected
merely because they won the Demo-
cratic primary, it's going to bo a
stabilizing influence on our tax
rates and skyrocketing spending."
Generally, the Malloy campaign
campaign stresses more efficiency
instead of more taxes. He believes
that we need the benefits of the
two-party system in the Dade dele-
gation to Tallahassee.
PAID POL. ADV.
UGAl NOTICE
Page 15-E
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ATTENTION
fOR MSStNGtlt SERVICE
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solicits your legal notices
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373460S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,...... NAME LAW
,,'',' ,-: IS HEREBY C.1VFN that
undersigned, desiring to enrage In
ii i'.'.'T Ul"l'',' "" fictitious name of
T !,,'N B*l ENT l!< K)KS I i.MI'A N Y
1 '" N.w. 4-,iii Avenue, Opa-
.'' fin. mi,:nis in register said
f >' with id,, ricrk of the Circuit
ti',.;:'.'''"' County, Florida.
I ; ',, '-AN" STUDIOS INC. I......
.Manuel Greenland, president
t/8-16-22-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 724377
In RK: Estate of
DAVID R. HOCHBBfta
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing ( lalms or Demand* Against Said
Relate:
You are herein- notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
winch you may have against the es-
late of DAVID 11. HOCHBERO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dad* County!
and file the same in duplicate and ar
provided in Section 713.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six ratendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated hi Miami. Florida, this 25th
day of August. AD. 1!>7:'
JACQUELINE S HOCHBERO
As Kxocutrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of September. 1972.
DAVID P. CAT8MAN
Attorney for Bxecutria
150 8.E. 2nd Ave.. .Miami. Fla.
J/l-8-15-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4313
Frank B. Dowling
In RE: Estate of
JUNK'S D MORRISON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
[ ed to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of Jl'NU'S IV MORRISON de-
I eeased late of Daile County, Florida,
I to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and a*
provided in Section 713.14, Florida
Statutes, in their offices Id the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
i rida. within six calendar months from
tin- time of the first publication here-
I nr. or the same will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida .this 2Srd
day of August. AD. IKTli.
1.11. KIRK H. MORRISON
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of September, i : I CHARLES H. SPOONER. B9J
, Attorney for Administratrix
9r. Merrlck Way Suite 7"2
1 Coral tiahles. Florida 33114
9/1.8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3416
In RK: Estate of
PAULINE SPINDBL.
"'"NOTicE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All P*"n Tj
Ing Claims or Demands Against bald
r':You"an- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the ea-
V of PAULINE SPINDBL deceas-
.',11- of Dade County, Florida, to
Se County Judges of Dade County,
and Hie the same n *"P" .
nn.vldad In Section 182.1". Fwriua
""courthouse In Dad- County. ; -
ride within si* calendar months from
^ulneofthefirstliuhli.-anonh...-
^,;;;',.d,'a^M!a^:^';:,':i::.,ul.--''
""> f A^oSHREPHUN
As Administrator
,,!,,, publlcatlm. of this, ..oil.......i
,,. isi day of September, ii-
JOSH REPHUN
attorney rr Admlnlstraioi
1:1711 Washington Avenue-
Miami Beach. Florida 3313.' .,.,
'NTHECOUNT^JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1444 (Dowhnfl)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iv RE: Estate of
jack MBS8BU
Stands which you my have agalnsl
,'s innviiled In Section 133.10, inorian
gf.K" V offices In ithe Coun-
iv Courthouse In Dad.- 1 ..un >. 1
las within si* calendar months from
Se time of the flrsl publlcat..... here-
of, or the same wll be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1"
.iiv of August. A.D. 1972.
'' nil IN SOWLEY
As Administrator
First publication of this noii.-e on
the is dav of August, la,-.
BAKERMAN ft BHAPIRO
Attorney for Administrator
.,11? N Iv Aiilims Building
Miami, Florida
S 18-2.1 9 1-1
MOVING TO METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OR
BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR
APARTMENT HUNTING
The Free Easy Way
(301)587-6614
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8209 FENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fietitlous name
of CARIBBEAN TEST CONTROL nt
862 Palm Avenue. Ilialeah intends lo
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SHIELD EXTERMINATING, IXC.
a Fla. Corp.
X/25 9/1-8-ir.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16287
____ NOTICE OF SUIT
ESTHER RRENNER et ala..
Plaintiffs
vs.
OBOROB S. MALCOLM, et ala..
Defendants
TO: OBOBOB MALCOLM and
JULIA MALCOLM, his wife
Sucttraal Rep. Iiominlcnna
HA. Sani-l,ex No. 22 Ens. Naco
Santo Domingo, D.N.
Ton are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortage 011 the
Ftorida"" l"'"'""-v '" I,:,UI' County,
The Southeasi ij of the Southwest
\, of the Northwest ',. less 85
reel for road of Section :u, Town-
ship ., South. Range 19 Bast, ly-
ing and being in Dado County.
Florida:
has been filed against you and vou
are required to serve a cony of your
\lir!V,V,V,K-d"f/','"'i' if ""> '" 'I on
iV,A" ,vN ^Mu' attorney for
Plaintiffs, wln.se address is :,S4I liis-
cayne Boulevard, .Miami. Florida 33137
and file the original with the clerk
01 th.- above styled Court on or be-
fore September 22, 1872; otherwise a
judgment may be entered against you
Tor the rellel demanded in the com-
plain! or petition.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said coun on August 11. l7j,
Iv II. LEATHBRMAN
as Clerk of said Court
By C P. COPBLAND
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
8 18-25 9/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16383
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKKIAISF. OP.
MARIA BE lOfl tNOBLBS
LOPEZ MIRANDA,
Wife,
and
RE1VAI.DO MIRANDA,
I lu.-hand.
To: RBINALDO MIRANDA
Santa Monii-a
I'aso Il.ai d,. San Diego
I'lnar del Rio Culm
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required t,, serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, lo |"t on
PRIEDMAN AND UPCON, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 3787
S.W. 8 St.. Suite inn. Miami. Florida
.1.11.14 (4t-BtS5). and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before September 2". ll'TL';
otherwise a default will 1.....ntered
against you for the relief demanded in
the eomplaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.< .RIDIA.N.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Bald Court at Miami, Florida on this
10 day of Aug.. I8T2.
K. II. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By C. M. BEAR8E
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PRIEDMAN AND UPCON
:i":i7 S.W. R St.. Suite l"'.i
-Miami. Florida 33134
Telephone: 44li-H485
Attorney for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN'
t/18-25 9/1-11
LEGAL NOTKI
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. 72-16895
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK:
EDITH JOYCE ALBERTS,
Petitioner
and
REl'BEN ALBERTS,
Respondent
TO: REUBEN ALBBRT8
17 Orchard Place
Dravosburg. Pennsylvania 13034
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai 1111 action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you n.l
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to ft
on Robert H. liurns. attorney'for Pe-
titioner, whose address is ::;,ii Lin-
coln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled courl on or before Sep-
tember L'7. l72; otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published on,-,,
each Week fur four consecutive Wc.'l..-
iii THE JEWISH l"l. IRIDIAN.
B. 11 LEATHBRMAN,
As 1 ierk, circuit 1 *ourt
I iad, Counts Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As D.puiy Clerk
(Circuit Coun Seal)
Robert II Burns, Bsqulre
350 Lincoln ltd
Miami Peach, l-'la.
Attorney for Petitioner
8 25 9 1-8-lfi
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. 72-16641
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
1/iCIS R. BELLBR
and
ALICE BELLBR
TO:: Alice Heller, c o Safe. Rehoboth
Avenue, Iteboboth Beach. Delaware
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy ..1
your .written defenses, if any, 10 it
on i.ouis it. Belter, attorney m per-
sonaum. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is 620 Lincoln Road,
Suite MX. Miami Beach, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on ,,r before September
20, i!'7J: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition,
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, oil this
14 day of August. IOT2.
B. II. I.EATHERMAN,
As Ii 11-. Circuit Court,
Dad,- County. Florida
By L SNEEDEN
v- Demit) Clerk
(Clrcull Curt Seal)
Louis R. Seller
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
in personaum
( IR-25 l-s
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ll
business under the fictitious nami 1
THE STEAK AND ONION at 17184
West Dixie Highway, North Miami
"each. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
< ourt of Bade County. Florida.
mary jane conn
________ _______8/18-:;.-. t 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71.4398
1 r,..N,T,CE T0 ^EDITORS
In TIF: Ksiate of
I.CIO BELLA WALKER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All P.r*on* Ha v.
Brtat "" '" '"'":""1- A*ainsl Said
Voo are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate ..1 i.rK DELI .A WALKER
deceased late of Dad,. Count) Florid-,
to the County Judges ..f iia.i. County'
and file 1 he same in duplicate and hs
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade C'nuntv Pk>r-
Ida. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of. or the same win be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 10
day of August. A.D. 1971
Clara Mae Cummings
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the ii day of August. 1973.
Sanford 11. Kramer
Attorney for Administratrix
1150 N.W. Hlli Street
.Miami. Ploiida 33116
t 18-83 f !-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl
'he undersigned, desiring to engage
x'IV'.'i'.'T'v ."'"'"' "' "eMous name
MORAYS JEW 121 BBS ai 141 N
2nd Avenue. .Miami. Fla. Intend
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Curt of Dade Cout
i- lorlda.
BALLY 8CHECHTBR
RK "HARD SCHBCHTER
8 ls-1-j 9/].
1st
In
id
,B.
to
of
li.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Koci.A PIUEROLASS PRODUCTS al
77"4 N.W. Tii-.h Avenue, Medley, I'l..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of bade
County, Florida,
Jl ink RAMI IN Rl IDRIOl'EZ
JOSE ROM Kin 1 ADAMS
RAUL CLAVIJO
,s is.:1:, :. 1 n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WOMEN'S MKDICAL CENTER *
FAMILY I'l.A.WINi; SERVICES at
806 W. Flagler Street Miami, l-'la. in- .
tends to register said riain, with the !
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
ACTIII'K NBLLOW HENSON II D.O
'ir.....iberg *. Bodne
At torneys for applicant
19 w. Plagler Street
Miami. Ploiida
"/::, D is-ir.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1W
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Fstate of
l-ii.A VI t'EHL'LIA, SR.
Dei eased.
To All > realtors and All Per.....- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i: ii .
You arc her.-by notified ami required
to presenl any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PKI.AYo CER1 LIA, SR. de-
ceased lal.....' Dade County, Florida,
lo the County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
iis provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
\ L'ourthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida. Within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here
of, or 1 in- same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami, Florida, this 1 daj
..I August, A D 1972.
PBLAYO CERl'LIA, .IK
As Adminlstral ir
First publication of ilii- notice "ii
the IS day of August, 1972.
(IRIIVEH WEINSTEIN A
STAI'BEK, l'.A.
Rj SBERWLN STAT'RER
Attorney for Blstate of Pelayo Cerulla,
Sr. ___
:::." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8, 18-25 !" 1-8
nIOTIOI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
[he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th. fictitious name i.f
DOCTORS HOC8E CALLS. INC, al
r.82.1 Sunset Drive. South Miami. I'l..
Intends to register said name with
the > Ierk of the Circuit Courl ..t Dad..-
County, Florida.
LKJCTUKB SERVICES, INC
a Florida Dorporatlon
1 w.-in. r r Welsenfeld l'.A
I M-121 Rnney Plaza
-373 Collins Avenue T,
.Miami Beach, Fla.
* I8-8S :' l-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 515
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Municipal Consultants Inc holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 8817
issued the 1st day of June, A D
1970, has filed the same in my office,
and has made application for a tax
l.ed to b. issued thereon. Said Cer-
tificate embraces the following de-
scribed property in the County <
Dade, Stale of Florida, lo-wlt:
Lois 1 t,, 5 Inc Block 67, Lights
Resuli "I I Ilk ..7. Hat Book 12
Page ".'.. Set 1..... l\ Tow nshlp i
South, Itnnge II Hast, in lb,
Count) of Dade. state of Florida.
This rlee.l Will he IsSUt'd SUbJei
all other outstanding delinquent City
iif 1 llnleah 1:1 \-- and liens
The .1 --mi. Mt ,.i -.ud properly
under lb,- suit! certificate w;.s in iii,-
name of: Clara J. Shaffer
I ol. ~s said ..I nil, me Khali h* 1*.
deemed according to luw, the prop-
erty described herein will I., sold to
the highest bidder for cash .it the
Courthouse door on the flrsl Monday
1.1 .i.e moil III .q October, 1972, which
Is the 2nd day of 1 ictobi r, 1972.
Dal.d tliis .sib dav ..| August, 1972,
1: II I ISATHIMLMAN
cieri, nf i "iivuii 1' urt.
I lad, 1 'ounlV. I'l..1 id.1
II) P K 1 lllldi :i ami. I '
1 'Ircuil 1 ourt Si al
9-1 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Snug llaibor Tow.ihouses al lath
Avenue and Imh Court, N.W. North
River Drive, Miami, Florida intends t..
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
COUNTRY ADDITII >N's, INC .
a Florida corporation
By: Eleanor Hand. Vice President
Myers, Kaplan, Purler. Levtnson &
Kenln
Attorney a for Applicant
8/18-25 Ii IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
nf SBMANARIO CAN DI1.1M AS at
I860 S.W :nii Avenue, Miami, l-'la. in-
tends to register said name with the
(l.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Ill >HERT< 1 HOIKS
________ : 8-15-82 -:1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PRIDE MEATS & DELICATES-
SEN al IJl'Hi N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami, l-'la Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County. Florida.
PRIDE MEATS, IN "ORPORATED
a Florida co 'poratfon
Angela A. All
A 1 tome) for applicant
Roberts ItuildiiiK
Miami. Fla.
v HI :> I-8-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBBBBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hUHlneSI under the ficlltlOUfl name ,.1
." STAR CIO.AH MAIL ORDER
HOUSE ai 1688 W Flagler Street,
Miami. Fla, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, Florida.
NISSAN MANN IS
1-
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. 72-16561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN i:i:
i'IIAKI.KS T IMMJ | iKX.
PetH.....r,
.....I
n >SEi 111NE I'a IODEN,
Respondent
TO: JOSEPHINE BOGDEN
4 Kr\\ 111 1 'lace
Caldwell, N.w Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has l.e.-n tiled against you and
you are required to serve a copy i
your written defenses, If any, to ll
on TAL1ANOFF \- BADER. attor-
neys for Petitioner, whose address la
I2ii Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, 3J139, ami file ihe original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before September 80, 1072;
otherwise s defaull will be entered
against you for ihe relief demanded
in the complaint or petil......
Tins notice nhail be published once
each Week lor fi'Ur CimseCUtlVe Weeks
111 THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS in> hand and Ihe seal
of unid courl al Miami Florida on
tliis- 11 da) of August, 1971
K l: LEATHBRMAN,
As ('Ierk, (Ircuil ( tourt
1 lade 1 'ounty, Florida
B) I. SNEEDEN
As Di puty Clerk
1 Ircuil '' url Seall
TALIANi >FK \- BADBR
ISO Line.,In Road
Miami Beach, l-'la.
Attorney f-.r Petitioner
s is-j.-, :; iv
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Pace iS-E
+Je*isr RcrHfor
Friday, September 3. 1972
CELEBRATING OUR BAR MITZVAH YEAR
A Prayer of Rosh Hashonah That God uMl Richly Bless Your Heart and Home
and Loved Ones icith Peace and Happiness
From the Officers. Board of Direc.ort, Ladies Auxiliary, Membershio.
Executive Vice President and aged Resident* of the
MIAMI BEACH
Hebrew Home For The Aged
320 Collins A venue Miami Beach Fla. Phone 672-6464

Some of the Favorite
Pastimes of our Residents:
Outings. Movies. Bingo
and Birthday Celebrations
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 Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the Aqed embodies this commitment.
For almost thirteen years this home has been a dynamic force in sheltering and providing treatment
for the elderly.
No matter how youth-orientsd 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
The Aged. Your pledge can be given over a period of three years.
For giving opportunities, please call The Home Development Office at 672-6464.
LEONARD ZILBERT
PRESIDENT
MRS. MURRAY KOSTOFF MARGARET and ABE C. FINE
PRESIDENT, LADIES AUXILIARY Honorary Trustees and Founders
PAID FOR BY FRIENDS Of THE MIAMI BEACH HEBREW HOME FOR THE AGED
SIDNEY SIEGEL
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT


tJewish Floridiaxi
Miami, Florida Friday. September 8. 1972
Section F
Greetings From The Nation's Leaders

THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The spirit of self-examination and moral rededication
in which fellow citizens of the Jewish faith across the coun-
try observe the High Holy Days is one from which all of
us can draw courage and inspiration. It is the spirit on
which the greatness of the Jewish people has been built.
And it is also the spirit in which America's greatness has
flourished.
So as we send greetings to our Jewish friends on the
coming New Year in their calendar, it is well that we re-
affirm the ethical principles and traditional values we so
proudly share. As we ponder the message of these solemn
religious days, we are reminded of the dynamic leader-
ship which Jews have always displayed in man's struggle
for freedom, human dignity and justice. And we find
sustenance and strength not only in the significance of
their beliefs, but in the substance of their deeds.
May the New Year bring our fellow Americans of the
Jewish faith nearer to the fulfillment of their individual
| hopes, and may it bring the world a just and lasting peace.
RICHARD NIXON
METROPOLITAN DADE COUNTY U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
I am delighted to extend warmest Rosh
Hashanah greetings to my Jewish friends
throughout the community.
With the advent of the New Year, all of
our hopes are that mankind is entering an
era of peace and harmony, or reconciliation
among nations and among peoples every-
where. .
May the year 5733 bring the nation and
our community better understanding of our
fellow man and renewed devotion to America's
ideals.
The members of our City Council and of-
ficial family join me in heartfelt congratula-
tions and good wishes for health, happiness
and prosperity throughout the New Year.
CHUCK HALL, Major
City of Miami Beach
CITY OF MIAMI
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
It is indeed a pleasure for me in behalf of
my fellow members of the Miami City Com-
mission to extend the best of wishes to you,
your readers and all of Miami's Jewish com-
munity for a most spiritually rewarding new
year.
The coming 10 days from Rosh Hashanah
through Yom Kippur are the holiest of times
when Jews throughout the world pause from
the routine of their lives to evaluate the past
and seek spiritual guidance for the future.
Sundown tonight ushers in the year 5733,
a year of hope in a world of uncertainty. It
is also another year of opportunity for the
Jewish Floridian to continue its fine service
which has been a source of community pride
for nearly half a century.
Continued success in the coming year.
DAVID T. KENNEDY, Myor
City of Miami
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
I extend my hand of warm friendship to
the entire Jewish community and wish for
them a Healthy and Happy New Year. 5733.
May the Almighty grant you the fulfillment
of your prayers for Israel and the State of
Israel.
I recall reading that one day in Paris, dur-
ing a church celebration, a religious proces-
sion carrying a crucifix passed Voltaire, the
famous French philosopher, who was re-
garded as an infidel. Voltaire lifted his hat.
"What" a friend exclaimed, "are you recon-
ciled with God?"
Voitaire with fine irony replied, "We sa-
lute, but do not speak!" It sums up so much
that is true with many in our relationship
with God and religion. We salute and we do
not even care.
On your High Holy Days you not only sa-
lute but communicate with God. You acquire
a greater understanding and more intimate
relationship with Him, your culture and faith.
This is the time when our friendship must
pull us together, so that Jews and Christians
may extend the hand of friendship not only
at home but to the State of Israel.
May this new Hebrew year witness peace
throughout the world and for Israel.
"L'shono Tova Ti-Kosaevu!"
STEPHEN P. CLARK. Mayor
Metropolitan Dade County
STATE OF FLORIDA
OFOTCK OF THE GOVERNOR
Tallahassee, Florida
It is a pleasure once again to extend good
wishes on the occasion of the Jewish New
Year.
Because of the universal truths implicitly
exemplified in the ceremonies of the Jewish
New Year, it has a far-reaching impact on
all mankind. For the Jewish people, it is a
time for soul-searching examination of their
individual lives in order to determine the per-
sonal improvement needed to better serve God
and man. Such introspection, is worthy of
emulation by all.
During those sacred days this year, pray-
ers of concern will be offered for the Jewish
people behind the Iron Curtain and their set-
tlement in lands of freedom a hope shared
by millions of Americans.
REUBIN ASKEW. Governor
State of Florida
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
Washington, D.C.
"Shalom and best wishes for a Happy New
Year to all my friends of the Jewish faith.
"At this time of year our thoughts inevit-
ably turn to Israel and the gallant battle, for
existence, being fought there in the free
worlds bastion of democracy in the Middle
East.
"It has been a trying and difficult year
for the people of Israel, but yet a tremendous-
ly successful one because Israel enters the
New Year stronger and more determined than
ever.
"As a member of Congress. I renew my
pledge to do everything possible to insure
that the necessary American aid continues to
go to Israel so that the delicate balance of
power in the Middle East can be maintained.
I pledge to work for peace in that troubled
corner of the world. And I renew my commit-
ment to keep U.S. and U.N. pressure on the
Soviet government to achieve humane treat-
ment of Soviet Jewry, including the right to
a free exodus from Russia to the Jewish home-
land.
"This, it seems to me, is the best New
Year's present America can give to Israel
and world Jewry.
"Shalom, and may the Lord continue
His blessings in the coming year.
DANTE B. FASCELL
Member of Congress
Washington, D.C.
I would like to extend warm wishes to my
Jewish friends that each may be inscribed for
a blessing in the book of life.
As a Christian, I do not actively celebrate
the holidays of Judaism, however, I am aware
of their significance because my religion de-
veloped from the same roots as Judaism.
New Year's Day has lost its significance
in Christianity. However, Rosh Hashanah. the
Jewish New Year, which occurs this year on
the weekend of September 9th, is a very
sacred time.
At this time tradition maintains that three
books of account are opened wherein the fate
of the wicked, the righteous, and these who
waver between are inscribed and sealed. How-
ever, a person may by penance and prayer,
during the ten days between Rash Hashanah
and Yom Kippur, change his fate. Yom Kippur
then celebrates the atonement of sins. In
Christianity we have a similar period when
sins are atoned for Lent. During this period
of fasting and penitence observed on the 40
weekdays from Ash Wednesday to Easter,
Christians pray and do penance for their sins.
The Jewish people have always held moral
uprightness in the highest regard; indeed, the
Psalmist tells us that God's laws are "more
to be desired than gold, yea, than much
fine gold; sweeter also than honey, and the
honeycomb." Jewish concepts of social Justice
and individual human dignity have gone far
beyond the confines of practicing Judaism,
and have done much to guide the course of
Western democracy.
On this Rosh Hashanah. I look forward
with the Jewish people: to the universal es-
tablishment of the principles of compassion
and tolerance for which Judaism has long
fought; to the freedom from persecution of
minorities everywhere, particularly the Jew-
ish community in the Soviet Union; to the
freedom of emigration for people of all na-
tions; to a world of peace and well-being;
and to prosperity and spiritual enlightment.
.1. HERBERT Bl'RKE
Member of CongTess
UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C.
It is my pleasure and privilege to extend to
all of you my personal good wishes for a
happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Throughout the years, the Jewish people
have remained faithful, often amid great suf-
fering, to the eternal truths symbolized in the
High Holy Days which begin with Rash
Hashanah and culminate in Yom Kippur, the
Day of Atonement. In troubled times, the
Jewish Holy Days have sounded forth to men
and nations a call to justice and peace which
is the heart and soul of Judaism.
Our common prayer is that call may be
heard in the New Year throughout the world,
bringing security and freedom to the oppress-
ed. We are mindful especially of the plight of
the Jews living in the Soviet Union in their
aspiration to live in the land of their choosing.
We are hopeful for a lasting peace for the
State of Israel, and all the people living in
the Middle East. Finally, we pray that the
New Year call for renewal in the quest for
justice and peace may touch the lives of all
men and women of the world, regardless of
their faith, or their race or their creed.
LAWTON CHILES
Vnited States Senator
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Friday, Septer-^er 8. 19?2

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Dr. and Mrs. Philip Abl
end Family
j 'r.e-ids
* ... -; : ;;,,_, Xestt
--..is
A H -1 I '-' Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Harry Ab.lv.. and
Mr. end Mrs. Sth H. Miw
'- "di
A Harp: aid /' N'esr Tear
Mr. and Mrs. DnM Adler
AT. OB. MrS. BvMJ.IMM ATM%.W
one eomily
<: tfiLi/ retain** and friend*
A H-tpt and Prosperous \tn teal
Mr. end Mrs. Harry Aiieashtat
and Family
-. :i.'.r rrlaw es and friends
A Happy ind Pr.-.sperou, \ew fear
Djuretta, Melodye and
Cenrad Allain
v teh their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tea'
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Altmen
and Family
With their rrlatii e\ and friends
A Happy and Prosperoui New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Harry Allman
and family
v I.': then reJatii es and friends
A li^vp: and. Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler
and r-amily
of 2120 SW 19th Terrace
i' irrwei ami friend*
A Happy ami I' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaum
and Family
Will i a and frit- '
A Happ and. Protperotu Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Laon April
ui-h their jelatues aid friends
A 11 ;rp: and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. ft W. Aptt
Sashes her relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin
and children Michael and Susan
uish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz,
ad Family
wish their relatives and frieru* i
A Happ:- and Prosperous New fear
A-
The Year 5732 In Retrospect
wxsr. then re's:-- a-.i frtendt
A Hipr: --. i P-osperoui \eu- Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Aneked
aad Faasiry
_: -. then .: e\ a'.i friend*
A Hacr-. anj P otperou* \'fu Tea*
irur; their *e!a:v.e and fr.endt
A H-r-- and P-oipercus New Tear
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iesr relatives anj friend*
A H.r~: a-.d Prosperous \eu Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Leonard Adler
Jocolyn, Deero oad toddy
e< and friends
A H .'- and P"> rerr/u. New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aerenson
and children Benjie, Deena,
and Sandy
li their derive* and friend*
A Happ I Protptrout New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
ftdtitrCf and friends
A Happy and Pn.ir ri'iui New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Family
ttfvet asad e'.dt
A Happ and P rfew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
nVffr friends
A Hapr- a-..'. '' Nets Tear
Mr. oad Mrs. Abe Baker
oad Feasih/
relntsves and fr-.endt
A Happ oad PwupcTAW Xew "tear
By GOEFFREY WKrODKR
Top headlines in the Jewish work! durinq
57j2 were madp b>- df^-^Iopments concerning
Russian Jewry althoueh. viem-ed in retrospect,
it can be seen that the basic pattern in this
resyiect was -imiiar to that established the
ptVvaHM year continuing emigration on the
one hand and continuing harassment of certain
Jewish elements inside Russia, on the other
From time to time there were rumors concern-
baf, emieration that it was being stop:>ed
or slowed down but in fact the rate ha<
remained fairly constant. The signal was
n early in the year by Koypin when he
uti in Canada. He promised that the doors
had txen opened for Soviet Jews to leave the
country an admitted that there were restrictions on the
emigration ot young Jews and on Jews trained
as soldiers but he said "We are opening doors
and will go on opening them." To a la
extent that promise has been kept.
Jewish protests, which were maintained
throuzho'it the year. hifted from the general
'Let My People Go" appeal to concentration
on specific case* of individuals who had been
refused permit ior. to leave. New name* cvtv
to the fore as Jews in Russia bravely insi
on their right to leave and pr.sed th. ir d
mand often suffering punishmer.t and im-
:>ri.sonment as a result. Other protests -a..-..
directed at the continuing cultura: depriva-
tion of Russian Jewry and noth'.r^ cha: -'.
on that score.
THE r.NTTED STATES
The I'nited States was in the throe-- of
the ireiiminary presidential campaign which
at first was lacklustre, and then picked u>
momenfim and interest. There were .
-pecific Jewish astieets to the campaign For
one tiling, support for Israel came to br-
as an issue. The r>eord of the Nixon adn-
tration vis-a-vis Israel was a remarkably g I
one iapart from some aberrations a-
abortive Rogers Plan'. Nbcon moreove:
kept his promise not to weaken in his su:
for Israel at his summit conferences. Ar.
cation by Ambassador Rabin to this effect
brought the allegation that Israel was inter-
fering in internal t'.S. politics. The record
soon put straight but the Demo:
C'uiitinurd On Page 1--K
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
aad Family
u-isr: then 'e!a::: et and friend*
A Harf- and P'oireroui \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and daughters, Randi and Wendy
wish ll-.e-.r relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barman
Uaan trieir rela:iT es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
aad Family
with their relatn es and friend*
A Harp; and Prosperous X'w fear |
Mr. and Mrs. Jock M. Bosh
and Family
T'l'li tlieir relatiee* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous .\eu) Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
v :-h :re:r rtlatiies and friends
A Happy and Prosperous X'w Tear
Mrs. Florence Bernstein
and family
14:.he> her relatives and friend*
A Happ and Piosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Edward I. Blackmea
Seedy, Sammy aad Diane
truh the-' -e'.a::\;i and friends
A Happy and P'> perous \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
apish rhe:r relatives and fr-.endt
A Harr-- f-' Protberou* Veir Tejr
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate
and Family
Uriah their -eluni es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Tejr
Dr. aad Mrs. lawreace fti-ant
and family
-ela::\ e-- jnd frier
A Happ] and P ospcroui .\-r
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bassia
aad faasiry
m*h their relatues and friends
A Happ: and ProspeTOlU Mess Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckerman,
Sheldon and David
U'ish their relatues and friends
A Her' and Ptosoeroui New "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Z. Beiser
aad Family
uish their reljtites and friendi
A Happ and P \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bellack
and children Danny and Sandy
of 1055 N.E. 171st Terrace
Wish their relatues and friends
A Happ and P't^petow. \'eu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein
and Family
u-nh then reLtites and friend*
A Happ: a>;d Protperott* Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernstein
and family
awl their reljlue* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. onl Mrs. Robert Bergman
and family
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Blaestein
and family
ui A Happy and Prosperous Xew tear
Dr. J. Fredric Blitstein
and family
theit relative a ..:
A Happ; 1 P out -\V:c Tear
Mr. oad Mrs. Mortimer W. V-bcrt|
aad fomily
uish their relut:-. e- and
A Happ) and Prosperoui \ev tt*
Dr. end Mrs. Jock H. Brenner,
daughter Michelle, sons Jeffrey
end Gregory
': their relat:: es and f iendl
A Happ\ and PVosperotu \ Tea
Mr. and Mrs. James Bre.low
and family
. their relat.-. e< and '.....
A Happ_\ and Prosperous
sh th
rr re.Jtites and
friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Xen fear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
I : J.s
A Happ) juj Frosperotu \-. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Brefjn,
Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charlet
u ish their reia-
A Happ and P : I
Mr. ond Mrs. David Bendell
ond Family
uish their relatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bermon
of S.W. 25 St.
Urfth their relatives and friends
A Happv iind Prosperous Xew "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Bernard
and family
ui^h their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloom
and fomily
and friends
Happ' perous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
swish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Xew fear
Or. Frederick Bergman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ. and Prosperous New fear
Mr. aad Mrs. Albert Aster
aad Family
u ih their relatives and friends
A Happy und Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Bergs
oad Family of
16900 N.E. 4th Ave.
North Miami Beach
tuvh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospeious New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Hymon Bernstein
and family
wish their relatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fee
Mrs. Yeloade Bernsteia
and family
uish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld
ond daughter Harriet, aad
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld,
Howard, lenore and Rabin
U'ish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bloom
and Family
u Itn ihi i ind friends
A Happ: and P ,\fi/' Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Blum and Family
. tl.eir friends
A Happv and Pro.oerous \eu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Blumsack
and family
tt>lsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickmin
and Family
thei .-;
A Happy and P j
Judge and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant
and children Cynthia, StetrM
and Joni
Irish their rela: : es and
A Happy and Prosper. 'J
Mr. Samuel Breder
and son Dr. Lawrence E. 8'sdif
swish their relative] .' I 'i""1"
A Happy and Prosperous .V' Tt*|
Mr.ead Mrs. L L BrseM
tvssh their fin
A Happy and Prosperous '' W
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
Mrs. lilyon Brotmon
aad family
uish their relatues and fd<*
A Happy and Prosperous ,\W
Mr. Max B. Aster
Wishes his relatives and friends
A Happ:- and Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthor J. Aetna*
aad children Dale, Lisa aad tea Jack
Irish their relativet and friends
A Happy and Pro. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barke,
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hapr: and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mrs. Cassia Berlin
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous >^eu> Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Bares
and Children Phyllis, Larry, Andrew
Bruce ond Lynn
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bwstun
and Family
U'ish ihe.r relatives anJ fi*"*
A Happy and Prosperous Nw**
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
and Family
uish their relativei and friends
A Hbppy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pro-perous \'esw Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Am.Id Brawn
and Family
uish their uiatues and friends
A Happy and Pn .perous \'eiw Tear
Mr. Harry J. Busmo*
.wishes his relatives and P"1*.
A Happv and ProsptroiU N" ''
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Mr. and Mr$. Edward CibiW
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
Wish their relatives and /"*
A Happs and Prosperous .Vj


Friday. September 8. 1972
fJewisti nor Milan
P'ge 3-F
Holiday Services For GIs,
Veterans Arranged By JWB



In Manidl, where Adolf Hitler
staged '.is first putsch, and in
Augsburg, American Jewish serv-
icemen will usher in the Jewish
IjsJcw Year through arrangements
made jossible by the National
Jewish Welftire Board (JWB),
Rabbi ;>.iamiel Raekman. chair-
man c JWB's Commission on
I Jewish haplaincy has announced.
Chaplain Cat>t.i Elliot M. Mar-
Inion, District Jewish Chaplain of
I Hi,. Sued Rayern District, notes in
[n let"- 10 JWB that Rosh Ha-
Jovvish New Year", which
.; starts at sundown Fii-
;.t. 8, and ends a! sundown
Sept. 10. occurs during
I the Ias1 <:ays of the summer Olym-
||iic' Ga s,
"Thi Sued Bavcrn military dis-
Itriit .';. the responsibility of pro-
Ividini: ippOTt for American mili-
Itary and civilian personnel attend-
liiv* thi "lames." Chaplain Marmon
Iwiiu- We shall be able to pro-
Ivid : tion.il services in Munich
|Hi.-,, i the volunteer help of
shanah
lllr- >;
I day. S< ]
I Sum
Philip Bernstein, who is a retired
chief of security for the European
Exchange System, and other ac-
tive members of our chajgcl^Mr.
Roi'ii-frin lives Tn Mtmieh wiTrTnTs
Austrian-born wife. He takes deep
interest in Jewish life, and has
been active in the cha|>el program
for many years. He has a fine
voice and is quite a capable can-
tor." The Munich services will lie
held at the Munich Army Hospital
Theater..
Chaplain Marmoa himself will
conduct High Holy Day services in
Augsburg, where the American
Jewish servicemen stationed
there will be joined by Jewish mili-
tary and civilian personnel who
will be housed in Auc-shui-", for the
Olympics. The Augsburg services
will l- held in the Reese Kasern
Chapel.
Tlic Munich and Augsburg serv-
ices on Roxh Hashanah and on
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement),
from sundown Sunday. Sept. 17.
to sunset Monday, Sept. 18, will
be part of High Holy Day serv-
ices conducted at more than 6i>0
overseas and U.S. military instal-
lations, on Army transports and
Navy vessels on the high seas, and
tuxan roiu
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a( Veterans Administration hos-
pitals.
Because of the shortage of full-
time Jewish military chaplains, a
number of civilian rabbis have
accepted special assignments to
conduct services at bases in the
United Slates and the Azores.
Tons of kosher food, Torah
scrolls, prayer books, prayer
shawls, skull caps, ram's horns,
Jewish calendars and InapiratilnaJ
literature were among the sup-
plies sent by JWB for High Holy
Day observances in Germany. Thai-1
land. Vietnam, Japan, Okinawa,;
Greece, Panama, the Azores and j
all U.S. installations.
Religious materials have alsoi
been provided by JWB for U.S. |
servicemen on duty at embassies j
overseas, for foreign service per-1
sonnel and Peace Corps personnel
serving in remote regions of the
world.
High Holv Day gifts and tra-
ditional Jewish foods were sent
to I he USO Clubs in Thailand for
the Jewish men using those facili-
ties during the holiday period. Am-
bulatory Jewish patients in. VA
Continued On Page 15-F
Sydell and Sidney Efronson
Mid their children Beth loren
and Lean David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 'Hew Ytar
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Mr-r-eind Mrs. David Ecroii
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospeious Hew Tear
Mrs. Rose Ehrtnrtich
and Family
urisli their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elbavm
and Family
wish their relative and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year '
Nathaniel B. Elkins
Irishes his relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ellis
and Family
wish their relative* ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew fear <
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and MrAvMfl* Fejd
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Teat-
Mrs. Bessie Feldan,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children, Paul, Howard and Jodi
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Goodman
and sans Herbert Michael and
Adam Joseph
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. G. FeMenkreis
and Family
iii.ii their relatives and friend*
A H.ippv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Feldman
and family
Irish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous \'eie Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Ellison
and iamiiy
Irish their relatives and friend.s"
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman
and Lenny and Mitchell
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Dr. tnd Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family of
4101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
v. > e:r relatives and friends
i and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Cats
and Family
.fir relatives and friends
and Prosperous Xeie Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing,
and family
U '.tir relatival and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charkin
and Family
u "fir relatives and friends
Met I and. Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Herbert Chernov
and Family
. and Prosperous Mere Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen
and daughters Dianne and Lauri
wish their relatives anil friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Lewis and Ann Cohen of
1190 N.E. H7th St., N. Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tearj
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Delnick
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elterman
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family
irish their rel Hives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous Net- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
U'ish their relatives dud friends
A Happy and Frosperoiu Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Demsky
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
Hnfpv and Prosperous Hew Year
The Emmers, Norman, f aye
Margaret and Steven
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellmon
and children, Barry, Sheli, Leslie
and Seth
wish their friend* and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous JvfeW Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman
and family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Te.ir
Mrs. Frieda Cohen
Irishes her friends
A Happv and Prosperous Heu
Year
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Cohen
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year i
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cohen
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
\ Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Denmark
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond
and Sons Perry and Paul
wish their relative* and friends
A HiP" and Prosperous Heir Year
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Enerfeld
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous Hew Year
\A H
Mr. and Mrs. Chvotzkin
and family
eir relatives and friends
..nd Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment
koney Plaza, Miami Beach
li -. :eir relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Jottoi and Mrs. Norman Ciment
sens Ivan, Jason and Avi
Irish their relatives and friends
.'!_.-';. and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen
and family
wish thnr relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Coulton
and family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \'eic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Diamond
and Family
U'ish their relatives and 'riends
A H.ippv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samoel Epner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
u>ish their relatives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous Neir Tear
Jack and Helen Filosof
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Atr. and MYs. lira rfnegoM
andd Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Sadie Diamond
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Covin
sons Greq and Doug
irish their reljtii ts and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Haiman and Faith Clein
and daughter Dora
u-i-. :heir relatives and friends
Hobo; and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohan
and Family
itvh their relatives and friends
Hi_rrv and Prosperous Hew Year
Rudy J. Crystle
,1.1ns his relatives and friends
A Harpv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond
Lisa and Steven
Irish llieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diemar
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A HoppV and Prosperous NU' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Di-kson
tnsh their relatives and friends
. A Happv and Prosperous Neie Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Eater
and Children, Wendy and Richard
irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Essen
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happs and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Etis
and lamily
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vir Tear
D-
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstsin
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Joel Finer
and family
Wish the:, telative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
wish their iclatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Richard Fink
Irishes Ins relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \'eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cahen
saj children Pamela, Jeffrey
and Ann Shira
" '-. their relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neir Tear
Mr. Harry I. Cohen
and children
of 950 N.E. 156 Ter.
I '' :i:eir relatives and friends
H and Prosperous Hew Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore I. Cohen
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
H.irr;. and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen
Lynda and Lainey
Kish their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cohen
and family
ui-h their relatives and friends
i p .-., \-. Tw
Mrs. Bertha Davidson
and family
tnsh their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dorson
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tc.ir
Mr. and Mrs. Jock Dranow
and Family
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Ha,t<\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davidowiti
and lamily
irish their relatives ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous \eir Tear
Dr. Celia P. Davis
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year A j| ,,,.
Mr. and Mrs. William Drucker
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
their relatives and friends
Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Falick
and family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea.
Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \'eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happs and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanelii
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Pio.pc-.oiis Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Horry Decky
and daughters
tnsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
uish their reiativis and friends
A H.ippv an,i Prosperous \'eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Farin
and family
wish their telatiiies and friends
A ll.-.fP' ^"^ Prosperous Neir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deich
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P pei V"' Tear
Mrs. Joseph Duntov
Irishes her rtlames and friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew Yea'
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fein
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Ffippv a>u'. Prosperous Hew Ye ir
Mr. and Mrs. loweH D. Fisher,
Allison and Seth
U'ish their friends
A Happv ana Prosperous New Tear
Marshall and Eve Fisher
and daughter Jill
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 5225 Collins Avenue
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Netv Tear
Mrs. Pauline Fisher and Family
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
uish their relatives and friends
A ''ippy aid Prosperous Netr Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Meyer (Mike) Forer
and Children, Henry, Minna Leo,
Joseph, Debbie, Jack, Michael,
and Anna Louise
irish their .Natives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Few
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A H.i.";-. and ProxperoiM \eir 1 \


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reran stou rrsv?
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Mr. Mid Mrs. Sol Frank*!
and Family
rrsh their 'cliv.: es and f-ienis,_
A Happy a-.i 9-npcoui New Tear
I -a BM -'.\i:.:es and fnends
A Happy md Prosperous f\nt Tear
Herb and Dorothy Fr
of 13900 Ixora Cirel*, K.yston* Pt
ir--;h their relatues and fntTuij
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
tnsh their 'mK'.ji and friends
A Heppv and P'o iprrtnu Neir Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
u-.sh their relatues a-nd friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
aad family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. sad Mrs. tmmtwi Mrf
leiA their retain ci and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous Hem Tear
poh their relatives aul fnen-jst
A Happy and Prosperous Krtv Teat
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Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and ch.ldr.ri Alan, Geri Bath
and Elian
unsh their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gaden
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Efralm Gal*
and Mich*el
mull their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. Bad Mrs. Jerry Galkin
end Fernily
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garbor
and son Jordan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaertner
aod Family
wish sfarrr relatives aid friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea*
Dr.f-d Mn,.9*mmi.itxhxm~
wish their relatives and fnends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvon
Irish their relatives ttnd friends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. m Mrs. Bcaiomia vmeea
mtwmm
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 7\ew Tear
Mrs. Srhrio
iriih their relarrpes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mp and Mrs. Chert** itMrMtV
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. mi Mrs. Massif M. Mai
ad family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous >iew Tear
ami Sea
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous >(ew Tear
New Year Message From
The Rabbinical Association
By DR. LEO.V KBONTSH
Pr~Htrr>t, RjdMniJ*1 AsfJocjUtioti \ Z
We are one people and our central concern
is survival survival "in Eretz and survival
in Chutz La-Aretz:-'
This is surely the symbolic significance of
our P-abbinical Association: with the rarest of
exceptions, almost every rabbi in South Flor-
ida is part of our "Ecumenical Association."
no matter what his sectarian organization."
or movement" or hierarchy" loyalties or
preferences.
If there is an historic unifying thread that
binds us together it is common concern for
-Kial Yisroel"; whatever denominational di-
visions may have seemed important during
the 19th Century and the early part of this
century, they have almost dissolved against
the background of Auschwitz and Israel Re-
born and especially the "six days that shook
the world" five years ago.
As one united Jewish community in South
Florida as the spiritual and communal lead-
ers of "Am Yisroel" with a profound sense
of a destiny that is Interlocked vnjfh Jeruia^n
anT" with a continuing oorrtrmtment to the
preservation of our people as a "people with
a purpose until the end of time." we approach
the New Year with great sensitivity through
our historic responsibility.
The very consciousness of the eonl
crisis of survival makes us aware of an inter-
locking relationship between the Jewish com-
munity locally, nationally, and internauor.al'.y,
the Medinot Yisroel and the Synagogue We
are also the people of the prophetic grantee,
applying that prophetic promise to the prac-
tical problems to the issues that ar.tare
America, the problems that plague this p'.a.-.et.
We are not only concerned with YE5H-
UAH (salvation) and GELUAH (redemption)
for YISROEL, but we are also involved in
TIKKUN OLAM moving this universe a
little bit closer toward the Chazon Geulah
M shichi the vision of Messianic redemption!
May I spell this out in specifics? It means,
Coatistoed on Page 14-F
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. asMl Mrs. NysM Friedtaad
sad family
uiih their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friedman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
unh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. S ton ley Friedman
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hacpv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Molcolm Fromker*
ami family
U'ish their rela::ves and frier.d'
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
U'ishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Chart** Fracbtmoa
ad Family
un'sh their relatites and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gieaart
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \'ex Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Girson
and family
u-ish their relatives and friends j
A Happy and Prosperous \eu' Tear
Or. and Mrs. Paul Classman
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. saw Mrs. Jack Gloss**
end Barhora, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baresch
wish their relatives and fr.ends
A Hipp:- and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Max Glkkmaa
Irish their relatives and fnends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hoi Glist
and children, Alan, L*rl aad Stuart
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat I
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Gloer
aad family
UTih their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gsmperi
ad children Sheila, illy, Henry, lonni
and grandsons J*ffr*y Scott
and Darren David
of the Brickell Town House
uur. their relatues and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous \'eu- Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Seysaoor A. Ciamoa
and family
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happ: and Prosperous \:u- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Eleaier L. Grtensttm
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Har-n-. jnd Prosperous \eu> Tear
Th Misses
Lillian and Esther Goodman
of 1548 Morton Towers
wish their relatues an-', fiends
A Hipp: and Pro'-er.yus McSi Tear
Mr. and Mrs Howard Goodsteln
and Family
u-.sh their relatives and 'r-.er.dl
A Happy end Prosperous \';x Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Gerdia
and family
u:sh their relit::es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'(u- Tear
Mr. ami Mrs. Bsrtea Steae Cuamttoil
and family
uish their relatives and fnends
A Hjp ?: and Protperpus \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex GreeaweUi
ad family
u-ish their relauves and 'riends
A Happv and Prosperous f\ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
u-ish their relanves and '-:-.:;
A Hippy and Prosperous \ea Tar
Mr. aad Mrs. Ernest Boms
Mr. and Mrs. Sam*el Gresfeld
nd family
u-ish thetr relatives and 'rends
A Happ) mi Prosperous \ex Tej-
Mr. and Mrs. Arther Grossman
and family
u-.sh their reUesvei and fnends
A Happ) -nd Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Moses J. Grundwerg
wish their relatn-es and frienil |
A Happv and Prosperotu \eu- T;r;
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht
and children, Isabelle. Ned,
David and Barbara
trish their relatives and -
A Happy and Prosperous \Y r"'
~ Hermea tmd Lima Heisler
ond Family
misfl rheir laaSSSMH ir.d '- it
A Hirr>: ind Prosperous Xf.
Mr. Md Mrs. A. Helfan
*)d children Steven and Borry
loisn the:- -elatr.es ml -'- ;-.is
A Hippy and Prosperous >. v /
Mr. mid Mrs. hraa J. 6*ch
and family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Use. aad Mrs. Danny Garden
and Family
Irish their relatues and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous T\ew Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Jack Gordon
aad family
u-ish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. leeaard G*M
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gold
and daughter Melissa
Irish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous N-u Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. leeaard Cerdea
aad family
urish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
u-.s'r. :'neir relatives and fnends
A Hipp: and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Seel Grvndwer*
Steven, Rise aad Elyse
u-.sh their relatives and friends
A Happli and Prosperous New Tear |
Mr. aad Mrs. Marvin B. Gvberman
daughters Shelly, Tracy end Weedy
u-ish thetr relatives and fnends
I A Happv and Prosperous New Tear.
Miss Gertn.de Carload
uishes her relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschhja]
Mr. and Mrs. hilli* HerschfeM
and Son
wish their relatives and
A Hippy and Prosperous \*ew Tj
Mr. aad Mrs. Sidaey HersJT
aad Family
Wish their relatives and :-.;-.h
A Hippy and Prosperous \ewTnfl
Mrs. Alfred G*Hesmen
aad family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Bernard mmmmmnj
anl family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Joc.h G.ldfarh
.Irishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Goldman
and family
u-ish their e'-'tives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. P. Grabler
Irishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aaa Mrs. Jerome wrefaaaa
am Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rosa Garth
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
Mrs. ShSriey Goldmen
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Julian Goldstein
aad Ckildren Jonathan and Michael
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Green
their sea Bob, dat.er.ter aad
sen-in lew Linda aad Brace Brotmen
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aaa Mrs. Marvin vroonwoM
ond Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grave
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Sam Cysaa
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Dr. aad Mrs. Leeaard Haker
aad family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs, Sidaey Heita
aad family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Barbara Greenberg
and family
Irish their relatives jid friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Jack Greenkere
aad Family
in'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Howard Hindi
nd family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herzl Halperin
and family
irish their fnends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous J^eir Tear
Cantor aad Mrs. Seymour Hinkri
aad Children, David, Elliott,
Immmmj Jaime*, aad Beatrice
u-ish their relatives and rrienii
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tan
Mr. aad Mrs. Seaferd HiMekrtoft
aad Family
unsh their relatives anj friends
A Happy and Prosperous Vtf T
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hindi
and Family
unsh their relatives and 'riends
A Happy and Prosperous \fu' To|
Mr. aad Mrs. la* Hekeeser
aad family
uish their relatives anl fiends
A Happy and Prosperous N'eu' T
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert HoN
and sens AMan and Mark
wish their relatives and fnertil
A Happy and Prosperous Xew T*
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
Irish their relatives and fnendi
A Happy and Prosperous N'fuJ^J
Mr. aad Mrs. HenlHoasr
aad family
Irish their relatives and /"'<"*.
A Happy and Prosperous New
Dr. aad Mrs. Micheei Honviti
aad family
Irish their relatives and f"'0^.
A Happy and Prosperous N*
Mr. ami Mrs. Sylvan Hoitxa
end Family
irish their relatues and fr"1^,
A Happy and Prosperous He" "1


Friday, September 8, 1972
*.Jen-ist> fhrSdtiati
Consultation Held To Consider
Status, Future Of Jewish Family
*.. nnDATirv iMmmmm *
Page 5-f
By DOROTHY RABINOWITZ
Author of Hone Life Mid The Other Jew*
Last April several dozen prominent scholars
and sociologists, rabbis and researchers gath-
ered in the conference rooms of the American
Jewish Committee to exchange intelligence on
a matter of increasing concern to the Ameri-
can Jewish community: the status and future
of the Jewish family.
Organized by the Jewish Communal Af-
fairs Department of the American Jewish
Committee, the Consultation reviewed demo-
praphic facts and intermarriage statistics, ana-
lyzed comparative behavior profiles on child-
rearing, and worried about political trends
among Jewish youth, divorce rates and other
threats to traditional Jewish family patterns.
The free-wheeling discussions left this visitor
with the feeling that what the participants
did not know about the thoughts, habits and
predilections of American Jewry was prob-
ably not very important anyway.
One learned, for example, that when it
comes to the use of physical punishment and
other coercive child-rearing measures, Jewish
mothers rank lower than Protestants such
as Episcopalians, Presbyterians and Congre-
cationalists, but not as low as "non-religious"
mothers the two groups with whom Jews
. pared to other groups sampled, Orthodox
\omen have, on the average, the lowest edu-
cational attainment, although their husbands'
!3JS jfX?1 ****** that of Rafonrr, Jewish
husbands. That Jewish children have the low-
est participation in formal groups like Boy
Scouts and Campfire Girlsthey are not
joiners-while their mothers have the high-
est rate of organizational participation of all
the groups tested.
All this, and more, stems from the re-
searches of Dr. Zena Smith Blau, Professor
of Sociology at Northwestern University and
Senior Research Scientists at the Institute
for Juvenile Research at the Illinois Depart-
ment of Mental Health. Dr. Blau has been
studying behavior and social patterns among
Jewish, Protestant and non-religious families
with children in an upper middle class ele-
mentary school.
There were some surprises in Dr. Blau's
findings. She noted ruefully, for instance that
the present generation of Jewish mothers are
no longer lowest on the scale of coercive pun-
ishment of children a regressive assimila-
tion, Dr. Blau believes, toward the ways of
non-Jews. On the other hand, she reported
Jews continue to outrank every other group
in level of aspiration for their children; and
marital stability is still higher among Jews
than among others.
Considerable disagreement emerged over
Dr. Blau's calm appraisal of the changing
Continued On Pag* 10-F
ti-*i_nB. nav?
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Mr. mi Mrs Jack KereabUt
OfM< F.Mily
wish their relatives A Happy and-fnaperous Hew "Tear
Mr. and Morris KoiMt
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kopelman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. end Mrs. Arthur Leecbewer
eod family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Projperous Hew "Tear
Mr. Mi Mrs. Morton leafer
ami family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Katia
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hihhv and" Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kotler
and family
wijh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
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|Mr. and Mrs, Morris Honiybaum
wish their relatives and friends
i Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Harbor! j. Heodwin
end family
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mrs. Hymen Heeea
and Family
Urish their relatives and friends
[Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Bernard Horowitz
and Family
|u'ish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. HerowiM
*d Children Rim, Mercy and Jeffrey
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
r. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
| Mitchell, Francina and Ronald
With their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Maurice Hymon
wishes her friends
Happy and Healthy Hew Tear.
-I-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jecebsea
and Children,
Mr. and Mrs Aim. Jacobean, daughter
Ken Laiffe an*- Mr. and Mrs.
lonald Jacobs on and daughter
Laara Sorene
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Semntel A. Jafnal
mmA B------1--
mm roMHiy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alax Jaret
and children Donald and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Katzmen,
Richard and Susan
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arrnur JurKowitr
and children, Marcy and Warren
wish their relatives ond friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. George J. Kohn
and daughter
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ism
and Family
[ Wtih their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Te/.1
*' 0"d "rs. Mortimer IsenekseV"
and family
*h their relatives and friends
[""TPy,and Prosperous Hew Tear
,r- *nd Mrs. Joseph Israelow
Win their relanves and friends
iappy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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"> ond Mrs. Irving Jacobs
[wish their relatives and friendj
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
*> end Mrs. Willloa B. Jacobs
ond Family
"h their relatives and friends
[fW-P^and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs- Ctlia Jacobsen
ond children Steve end Jeannie,
Mark and Francina
l"Wi their relatives and friends
V^PPtjindProsperous Hew Tear
Sol and Moriene Kalchmon
and children, Chucky, Leslie and
Shelly and Mrs. Esther Kalchmon
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
race and Clara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin,
Maxine and Stanley
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kane
and family
wijh th/ir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Molly Kers
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. KauH
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M Kaufman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Murray Kaya
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat
and children of
800 West Ave Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward lawrenca
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lamport
and daughters, Deborah and Ruth
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mai Kresae
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy rid Prosperous Hew Tear
Or. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Kresne
enl family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Krosnow
ond family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Al Krenti
and Family
vsh their relatives and friendj
A Happv and ProsDerous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard langberg
and sons Don and Mike
wish their relatives and friendj
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
wijh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel LesvHt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and ProsDerous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben D. lederman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. anl Mrs. Michael Krissel
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hnppv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaya
and children Carole, Marc,
Barry and Richard
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Messier
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marry Kulansky
and family
wish their relative* anrl 'rim/I*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. idney Lefcourt
and Family
wish their latives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrt. Jean C. Lehman
wishes her friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Emannel Kupferberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lelchuk
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zelke
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ana Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Benjamin Leigh
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuppersmith
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Sam Kurland
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Mollie Messier
ond Family
wish their idatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mrs. Jereme Kimball
wishes her relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Kenneth Messelmon
wishes hie relatives and friends
A Hapiy and Prosperous Hew Tear
*" Mrs. Paul Jablon
ond Family
" 'heir relatives and friendj
^PPy and Prosperous Hew Tear
* siid Mrs. Joseph L Jaffa
. ond Children
7' ?"mM' ****** Uwreace
"s" their relatives.and friends
naPPy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Kaslofsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. end Mrs. Allen Kofi
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Keti
and Seas
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Eli K.rzin
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear I
Cantor and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family
wish their relatives and friendj
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Ben Mommaa
and Family
wijh their relatives and friends
A Htppy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlander
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kushner
and Family
wish their relatives and friendj
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
and family
wijh their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea?
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. end Mrs. Sheldon N. Lelchuk
end Sen, Ira
wish their relatives and friendj
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Leopold
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous H Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lopxelter
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs, Miles E. Kuttler
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lev
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Judge and Mrs. Leonard Levenstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperouj Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Vittorio Labi
and Family
wijh their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Salomon Laaster
and Family
wijh their relatives and friendj
A Happy and Projperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lop in
Amy and Jeffrey
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
k. writh their relatives end friends
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
oad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Jack Levin
end Femily
wish all their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn E. Levin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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+Jmistfkrktta*!
Friday. September 3 iS72
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Mr. ssrU Mrs. Sieaey Levia
amdtSSl ISeraey
smd '*- r12*
earn Family

Pi -,
Top Names Of The
Year In Israel
mod Umih A Mr. Jacob P. Meiam MMltM-% ., -; A H;-- 1 -i ? N TMf
Mr. oad Mr*, Rsnaaaa K. Lcviae aad family Dr. aad Mrs. Irwia H. Makesrsky aad Family
-A Hap* A Hi--. ;-: P- "",*-. Yea*
Mr. mi Mr*. Robert Leviae aad fMMfr : en: \"ex Tear Mr. and Mr* Alfred Moll, oaa family PCS and fnt A H;-- .- : ?- per \-.
Mr. ond Mrs. Som Leviae 4 Children. Jack, Roadl, Mate, Neaci, Robert aad Jedi Mr*. Jonph Manischawirz tsW her fr.e -uS A H;.--. Mb rVesperctSI HiwY.ii
By Carl Alpen
. -
A Kept* i P -- \eu Tr
Mr. Nd Mrs. Newtea levisen
Smd family
- iuii
A H >-.: Prosperous Heu
Mr. hnI Mrs. Irvkee Monkes
ifrrc 311 frie :
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. *nd Mrs. Sidney Leviton
and Family
friend*
aal
irih the:' reiatues and friends
A h'j.r; -: Prosperous Hew Year
.. c a ..
A Hirr: ~nd PVaape*eui Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and chitdran Howard and Debbie
uish their tfisiMfi and friends
A Happ; aisd P'<>sreroui New Tees
Mr. Sidney Marguiies
urisncs hsi '.''am e$ anJ f'iends
A Honpy and Prrsp*' -us Xeu Yea
HAIFA It s our annual cu=-
- it Each year, on the eve of
th. v.e review the
events .:' 0* past yeai and se-
lect the ten top name* which
In I-ra-.
durir; twelve month-.
Once listed In year;, a
r.anv ma) not a.-ain reappear.
I these becarne fam is
notorious, but all
-: the- spotlight in turn. Here
a- in alphabetical order:
Hau.i Bar-Lrv, army Chief of
whoso leap from uniform
into the po-t of Minister of Com-
meree and Industry, stirred some
doubts and raised many cye-
Uiuawj a- to the propriety of the
sudden tran.-ition. Since then, ho
has rnade sood ir. his new civil-
ian position.
Mordechai Friedman. General
Manager of th-:- NVtivei Neft oil
company in the Sinai. He was
exonerated of accusations of per-

nent o; hi- company, but the
eom.i ,_aTion was a
fiivHOi k- display and circu- com-
L'aed.
iiora <.odik Israel's lesrUng
impre>ario and producer of the
country's biggest stage specta-
cles and musicals, disappeared
suddenly, leaving behind him a
mourn iebts. Major respon-
Hity for hi-- colla; vas as-
cribed to mwise mark'? invest-
nts of his money.
Mr*. *-y. att a t..- Je-
rusalem mother of three
beneficiary' of a nationwide col-
lection of funds to enable her to
leave for Switzerland to undergo
operation for what was said to
be a tare Idnd of tumor. Later
:-.po;t< claimed the operation
eourd have betn performed in
Israel.
Gior.i Neumann. lS.year-old
\oulh who rcfus:d to be indtK-t-
I into Ua Isra I ami)
to
do non-military >
orm OS ,
critical of Israel as ai
-:.r army ol o
Koto Ofesuswto,
member of the Japane!
squad, who face: a .'
tary court after he and I
jea.ucs had ktHed or .
more than a hu.Trrd -.
vhat has c>> -n as
the Lod massacre He
Biohop li.-ph K.i\.i.
the Gre-k Catholic Chore
Israel, spearhea>ied an a_:
>.ve public aampaign i penrti
the Ar.ib r -i lents : Birm and
Ikrit to return to th-::
\uiago- from which th-.-y had
bi-en barred for '.'4 j a:- for se-
curity reasons.
Yaacov Shin".hon Sha;iirD n> j
signed under fire from v..- pnt
a- Minister of Justice aihel
Marks
4 Mrs. Harry Levy
u :,h ft
and P \'e"'
Iklry
Mr. and Mrs. Mac D.
and Family
u ir ";- reliui'-t and fr.ends
A Hj,-'i i'.d P'oiftroiu \fu- 1tJ4
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-P-
Trsr
A H;-r
Mr. mmi Mrs. Mai N.
. faaaifr
. j<
A Hsrp: aid ( He* Itm
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
frienai
A Happ> *""' P">^f",,', N'f"-' Tear
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
Mr. ond Mrs. Max Martk
aa Foaiily
ifcrtr rciaurcl and friends
A H-rr: 3r- Proaprreui -\eu' Year
Mr. aae Mrs. Henaaa Mintier
aid toiaily
ui'h :he:r re!jt:ies and friends
A Happy a PVosperosa Xeu Year
Mr. Had Mrs. Marvin S. Newmerk
and foaiily
sri^h r':eir -eiarnes and fnradj
A Hafip" and Prosperous \eu Year
A
Mr. and Mrs. Herbart Paijt
and family
I ..... ..-: fneai
Maps* aid rVaSptraea Htm fa
Mr. ond Mrs. Julias Morgolies
aad Family
Itijfi : -: Rflatioes and friends
A H...-r> anj Prosparosu \ew Yaar
Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
and Family
dth the:r rdathMS and fnrnds
A HappJ ^nd Properom Wu' 1'tar
Mrs. Rose Newman
of 4747 Collins Avenue
her rdathws e-.i ftieacfa
Ha,~r> and Proiperr-iK \
k

ends
A H -." P Hen Tar
-- in ft 'ids
Mr. oad Mrs. Edward Liaderman
and family
rlattvet anJ friends
A Harr: uni ProtpeTOM \ew tear
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Markowiti
aad family
. and friends
!' '.
Mr. ft Mrs. Raymond (Anna McCallers
and Family
rrr 'e!a:ue and friends
A H_. J' .--- N[eu Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Madow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley I
:r reijfii ei and friends
and Prosperous \eu- Year
Dr. and Mrs. Kicherd R. Mirow
and Family
Irish l anJ friends
AH;- PraspeTOtu \'eu- Year
M
A H--.
Canror and Mrs. William W. Lipson
and Denise
loiah llie r rtla!:ies and fr.enf-
A Happy end Prosperous Xew fear
Mr. ond Mrs. Carl Upton
aad family
h their relative! and friends
A Hnnn: .nd ProiptTOU* \ew Tear
rice Mehlmon
aad family
ipish thei- relatii't and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu' Year
Mr. oad Mrs. Lester Mishcon
and .amily
u:sri their reladrei and friendj
A. Happ\ and Prosperous Xea' Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell
and Family
u-nh their relatives and friends
A Happ) aad Prosberotu \
Mr. aad Mrs. Marvin NoeVow
And Family
.-.."
A Happy and P V Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
and Family
of Triton Towers
tri'th their relatn e< and friends
A Hartv and Prosperotu >v*e Tejr
Bernie and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
u-ih u.e.r relattvti and I
A H-rr;. and P-e>re't^s X .'I
Mr. aad Mrs. Snekfea B. Pallet
and family
AH.-- \
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Palmer
and family
Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
uis'i (heir relalii es and :-'
A Happ> and Prosperoio \eu Yeff
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children Michele.
Alissa, JeHrey and Stevan
:. ; thett (':<::. I -:
A Hcppx aad Pn^rt
Mr. (n>n Mrs. Samael Lipton
aad Family
ti'ish the-r rrlcmes and friends
~A Happ: -nd Prosperous \'eu' Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry, Robert
and Michael
h the-r relative* and friends
A Hippv and Prosperous Xeur Teai
Lewis, Tobi, Steven, Rachel
Aaa, veth Paulo and Bill
leisfi their reluines and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neiv Year
Mr. aad Mrs. Philip Meislia
aad feasiry
Uriah their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Ticw fear
Mr. aal Mrs. Herald Mermel
oad family
u-iih their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 7\ew tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Philip Mass,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mess,
Hugh, and Andrew
u-ish their reiames and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous \eu- Year
-o-
Mrs. Anna Maachick
and family
Uriah thei- relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu: fear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ofaer
and Heidi lee
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pasco*
Hush their reiativeS j-'.; frienil
A Happy ard Prosperous \rx Trr|
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Patters"
aad family
.
A Happ> and Prosperoi, \;u' T;:fl
Mrs. Cecil Myers
and daughter Hortens*
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mrs. Rose London
ttisflcs all her fiends
A }lipp\ and P.crerous >lew
Teai
I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waghelstein,
son Stephen, daughter*
Shelley and Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby,
daughters Cynthia and Jodi
Kith their relative' and friends
A Happy jnd Prosfrou* N'etu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson
and daughters Linda and Wendy
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Xeu.- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
and sons Cary and Mark
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piospcrous Neui Tear
Mr. aaa Mrs. Laaaord Merrtsaa
aad Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
oad family
I] their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-M-
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mickenhef |
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. David Miller
aad family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'ui Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
tiish their rrlatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous H'ui Yeai \
Mr. and Mm*. WrtlasM N. Maer
and Family
u:'h their relatives tnd friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. aad Mrs. Howard H. Miner
and Children, Michael,Ronald,
Sheiks, Gory, Cathy, Marcy and Irian
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller
assd family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
John and Seaia Myers
11M Washington St., Hollywood
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Oritt
and family
uriffl their reijtiis-s and fne
A -.- i-..; P-.^r-T,-:.* \e-r Yea- j
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
irnh all their f*:'enrlj
A Happy and Piospernus \eu- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A H.irr-> and Prosperous Hew Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. lle-yd Orlow
and Family
wish their relatn es and fr-ends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-N-
Mr. aad Mrs. Jelion H. Nocrea
oad Robert
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eir Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Julius Hadkame
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
and son Arthur
urish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
and Seas Ready, Jeffrey and Gsrf
u'ish their relatn es and fifenS
A Happy and Prosperous Nfir l"
Mr. oad Mrs. Russell Paul
and Family
U'ish their relatives end ''
A Happy and Prospe-ov> X'"'
Mr. aad Mrs. Richard A. PewHS* |
uish their rctatites ->! frienJ'
A Happy and Prosperous \eut
Or. and Mrs. Arthur Pesrl
and children Michael, Mart,
Celie, Samuel and Mox
u-ish their rela:.;e< snd f*s*
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornstein
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year A Hjppy and Pro-pe
Mr. and Mr*. Michael D. Oro.iti
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
He*
Mr. aad Mrs. Louis Ostrew
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. aad Mrs. George J. Nelken
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Neemonn
and Family
twish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. oad Mrs. Alex Ostrewsky
ond Family
wi^h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Padnick
and family
ui.th their relatives and friends
A Happy aid Prosperous Neu' Tear
Arnold, Jaae, Mkhello and
JaelPsskaks
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous X>ir Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Peehw*
and Family
urish their relatives and P***
A Happy and Prosperous He* T*j
Mr. sssd Mrs. Henry J. WS"
and family
Wish their relatn.- -'' ''""".
AHappvand Prosre ul Hf*19}
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pl"*|
and Family
vish their relatives '
A Happ^' and ProspeTCUl
New 1''i
Mr. aad Mrs. Manuel B. Pff*
nd family
uish their relatives and /
A Happx and Prosperous X*
Mr. astd Mrs. Milton
end Family
u-ish their relative-" and P
Happy and Prosperous
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Friday. September 8. 1972
fJenist! ItcrtMom
Page 7-F
bi'came victim of the political
riossfire which followed the so-
called "whitewash" in the Ne-
trvei investigation and the grant-
ing of fantastically high fees to
all the lawyers involved in the
..ptobc. B
Yitzhak Shubinaky, dynamic
businessman, founder and gen-
eral manager of the Autocars
company, claimed that his com-
pany was forced into bankrupt-
cj as a result of commercial and
political elements ganging-up on
him.
Israel Yt'shiijahu was the sub-
ject of acrimonious debate as
he marie tho move from the po-
litically active post as Secre-
tary of the Israel Labor Party
in the presumably non-itartisan
position a* Speaker of the Knes-
set.
And for those who think they
have a good memory, what do
you remember of the follow-
ing, who were the top ten names
of last year: Kphraim Klrom.
Grisha Feigen, Alfred Frauen-
knecht, Miriam and Hanoch Lan-
ger, Meyer Lansky, Saadia Mar-
riano, Shmuo! Rosenwasser, Es-
ther Shahamurov, Joseph Sisco
and Abdul-Ariz Zuabi.
-R.
Mrs. Hannah Rossin
and family
with their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
-s-
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and children La.r.ry, Lori and Mark
wish their relatiies and friends
A Happy and P. otperotu Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rubel
and family
With their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-P-
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Perlman
and Sons
Irish their relatives and friends
[A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pester
and Family
Wish their relativei and friends
[A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Tear
-R-
Mr. and Mrs. Sol B. Robinson
A Happv and Prosperous T^ew Year
wish their relatives and friends
-R-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy
and family
wish their relatives and friends
|A Hjppv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peyser
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. end Mr*. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
M ah their relative* and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and children
Wish their relatives and {'tends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Roe
and Family
wish their relatives and friend's
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. Abe Rubin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Max Rubin
and family Ross, Check, Lauren
and grandaughter Michele
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Ruskin
and family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff
Jim, Judi and Richard
f 8107 S.W. 72nd Avenue
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Rabbi and Mrs. nwtan.Schlinsky
of Temple Adafh Yeshurun
wish their friends
A Happv and F-otperotM Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoffman
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv ami Prosperous Hew Year
-s-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schaffiin
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
wish their relative* and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scharlin
and family
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Wish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoychid
and family
With their >elativei and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartz
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Schwarti
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. I. Schwartz
wishes hit relatives and friends
A nappy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family of
5010 S.W. 91st Avenue
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Raskin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Reher
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
wishes all
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Scharzman
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Loon Rohm
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plafcs
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Plott
[ and Children Jonorhan and Robert
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosferous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
and family
| Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Piosperous Hew Tea?
Or. smd Mrs. Joseph Pomeronce
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pant
Lyn mid Edwin
U'ish their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Marti. Robin and Sharon Popkm
Wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Eva Rose* and
Muriel Naorison
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
ns^nj | unti ITif Si rSjTT l^nnsanj e%ej Jf VPI eaT ej
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Stanley Pred
and Family
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
With their relatives and friends
Happy andProsperous >sfeu> Tear
>r. and Mrs. cmsnuel rushkin
and Family
I Wish their relatives and friends
i Happy and Prosperous New- Tear
Mrs. Rose Purzel
and family
ti'uh their relatives and friend.
' Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and met. Albert Rosa
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. irving Schatzman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Rosa
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Faye and Albert Rosen
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reminick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Resnkk
and family
it'i.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-R-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rabin
and family
[Wish their relatives and friends
1 Happy ailj Prosperous Hew Year
"r. and Mrs. Samuel RadoH
smd family
[ With their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Richmon
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. David Richmon
and Family
Irish 'heir relatives and friends'
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer
and daughters, Andria and Linda
wish their relatives and jriends
A Happy and Prosperous Nru> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Robbins
and Family
wish 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. Arthur Rosen
Jeanette, David and Robert
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. David Rosen
Michael, Barbara and Larry
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Schechter
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Bernard Sedon
Wishes his friends and relatives
A H.ipp-' ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Segal
and Family
uish their relatives ami frlen Is
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Segal
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Segal
and Family
wish their relatives and frirntl*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidle
and family
wish all their friends
A Happv and Prosperous N'ie Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe SchonfeM
smd family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman
wish t/ie:r relatiies and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scher and Sail
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Irving Saal
wishes his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
and Family
Wish their relatiies and friends
A Happy am! Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen
a.' 7711 Miller Drive, Miami
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Healthy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosonberg
and sons Jeffrey, Erie,
Adam and Howard
wish thev relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth
and Family
wish their relatiies and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Rabbi and Mrs. A. J. Sofra
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year ,
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
wish their relatii cs and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs Fred Sandier
and Family
wish their reLtives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Sager
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year j
Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year\
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous N*' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Sanes
and family
A Happx and Prosperous Ncu> Tear
wish i/ieir relatives _..d friends
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Salman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year,
Cantor and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Helen Rosenthal,
Alan and Joyce
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperoxts Hew Year
Sea and Albert Rosenthal
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenstrauch
and Children, Samuel, Jeffrey
and Judy
Wish their relatiies anil friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children, Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
teish their relatiies and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. lazaro Sapoznik
and family
irish their relatiies and friends
A Happy and Pros-p-rous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Somowiti
and family
Wish their relatives and jriends I
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Vankiel Sapoznik
and family I
A Happv and Prosperrus Hew Year
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Sanders
and Steve
wish their relatives and 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. A. Sovraasky
and Family >
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
and Family
wish their relaiiie.s and friends
A Happy and Prosperous ,\ew Tear
'


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Friday. September 3
'371
snr. end Mrs. t. Leo is Seitlia
end children H.beccc lorry ond
Stephanie |
snh their re*asn-J and friends
A Hire- end Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur A. Seleron
ood Family
h rr.-:T fffartuq and friends
A Happ) ani Projperous New Tea*
Mr. and Mr*. Daniel Sepler
and Family
- h diet* retaines mi friendt
A Hcppy and Prosperous \eu- Tar
Mr. and Mr*. Lewi* I. Serbin
and Family
unh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous "Sew teat
Mr. and Mr*. David Serns
and family
UTih their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 'New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shalom
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Gabriel ShcmtVis
ana Fomily
Mr. oad Mrs. Isidore Shoatzis
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hcopy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro
and children, Daniel, Jonathan
and Adam
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ana Mr*. Henry H. Skeeear
mmi fomily
u:sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Dr. I. Maurice Share
unifies his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
Dr. mmi Mrs. Koanoa Sheinman
1'iiJi their relatives and friends
' A Happy and Prosperous N'W Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Howard Shidlowsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shires
mmi Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sichel
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Siegel and Fomily
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegel
and Family
Of 2825 N.E. 201st Terrace,
Bldg Ml 13, North Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Jock Siegel
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Max R. Silvor
and tons David and Ira
and daughter Gail
u: A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Benedict Silverman
and children Jill and Jonathan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Georqe Simoa
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julian J. Sincoff
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Singer
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua SirVin
| end Fomily
unsh thet'r relatives and friends
A Happy jnd Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
fish their relatives and friends
\ Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*, i/turray Skup
and ton* David and Mark
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Ben and Mimi Smith
and Fatnity
sffCsn their relatives end friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
A
lebel onl Benes Selktwoy
wish their relatives and friends
I Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
and Dehi
wish their relatives and friends
i Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Or. Nathaniel and Fanny Sereff
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jelis Specter
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Sheshaanha Specter and
Herman AsneSS
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Speiser
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. mmi Mrs. David Smith
and family
wish t heir relatites and fnends
A Happ | aid Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Jenny Soldo*
u'ishes her relatives and friends
A Happ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. oad Mrs. Herman Soiled
and family
wish their relatives and fnends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
A New Year
Message From
Federation
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation took
the pledges, and promises of Miami's Jewish
community and turned them into reality for
the Jewish New Year 5733.
For over three decades. Federation has
been the central address of Miami's Jewish
community, serving as its representative in
the planning, budgeting and fund raising for
almost 50 local, national and overseas bene-
ficiary agencies.
Federation and its agencies touch the
life of every Jew in the Greater Miami area:
the fastest growing Jewish community out-
side of Israel and the fifth largest in the
United States.
Commitment on the part of Miami Jem
has enabled Federation to expand, broaden
and innovate agency services: services which
mirror the success of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund car
which has. for the second year in a row, led
the nation in percentage of increase.
It's these agencies that embody the
of the High Holy Days, a time when Jews
everywhere reevahiate their respons
others and strive to improve the quality yt
Jewish life.
Through constant evaluation. Federation
has risen to the challenge of providing : r our
growing, changing population.
Working side by side with public agi
Federation enters the Jewish New Year 5733
serving more people than ever before with a
wider range of services than ever b-
More than 1.500 volunteer worker.- have
brought the Federation story' into every hom
In an Exodus unequaled since Biblical
times thousands of Jews have moved from
and business in the Miami Jewish community.
But the story' goes beyond the bo: i -
Greater Miami.
While daily headlines tell of the constant
dangers that threaten Israel 25 yean o:
threats and challenge a new story has
emerged.
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Mr. and Mr*. Eaqene I. Somberg
and Family
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Lena Steinfeld
ad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mas Steinf ink
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N'W Tear
Mr. Al Spiegel
u'ishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear I
Mr. Lee L Stemman
and family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spritzer
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadia.
and family
Or. and Mrs. Carmi Morgelii
sens Ohr Hckack and Adar
Menachem, Mrs. Sarah Blanco
sons Nathan and Danny
Dr. and Mrs. Emanwel M. Stadlan
sens Doron, Carmi and Noam
of KM Bay Road
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Stahl
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tejr
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and family
un'sh their -relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ranald K. Stern
and family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens
and children. Ellen and Leslie Asm
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
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rhoda Stein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Steinberg
and fomily
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Stalnberg
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Strauss
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happx and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strick
and family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happ- and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lo-jis Suchman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers
and children Vickie and Leslie
wish their relatives and friends
A Haphv 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
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg
and family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Suss men
and daughters Bryna,
Anne and Marcia
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Manuel Svssmenn
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swerdlin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous ^nir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
no r-amily
wisli their relatites and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Lee, Roadi, Sesie and Sandy Swerdlin
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy jnd Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Msmeel Tops
and Family
unsh their relatives and tub
A Happy and Prosperous \ewTsf1
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Tracbteabtn,
and family
unsh their relatives and
A Happy and Prosperous \rx
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurif
wish their relatives and ;-itnji
A Happy and Prosperous \tu
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Treitnw
and fomily
wish their relatives and 'nenit
A Happy and Prosperous \ea To
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taigman
and family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Or. and Mrs. Herbert Talisman
and family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I. Tamarkin
and sea Gary
unsh their relatives and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temcbin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trim
oad Fomily
with their relatives and frffasa
A Happ y and Prosperous \etr TJ
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Trep 1
and Family
wish their relatives and frioii 1
A Happy and Prosperous \cx Tot 1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trysts
onl family
wish their relatives and fieiii
A Happy and Prosperou- Hew'
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Trtill
Dr. and Mrs. Mark P. Tyttll ad
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Col.
wish their relatives and fnfiii
A Happy and Prosperous Htm 1"
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leoh fldell
wishes her relatives and fimil |
A Happy and Prosperous Mm 1'
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Taran
and family
U'ish their relatives and fnends
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tendler
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Or. and Mrs. Ed Tescher, Denise,
Howard and Marc
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tobias
and Family '
wish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Tobht
Kenneth J. and Amy /an
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Unas'
and family
wish their lelatives and fn A Happy and Prosperou W
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Ungtr
and Family
wish their relatites and
A Happy and Prosper Y
V-
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Verst
and son Andy
wish their relatives and ;;"'; I
A Happy and Prosperous X'u
Mr. and Mrs. lost Vents"
and family
wish their relatives and ^
A Happy and Prosperous Hem
Mr,. Abrohom Topel
Wishes her relitives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Viedrob
and Family .
wish their relatives and [""-J
A Happy and Prosperously
Mr. Jose Lis V1tkin*
100 Lincoln Road
wishes his friends ^ ^
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Friday, September 8, 1972
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behind the Iron Curtain to the Promised Land.
With no thought of personal risk or hard-
ship, they have applied for exit visas in un-
precedented numbers, asking only for repat-
riation to the land of their fathers.
Federation's hand reaches them.
Over $7 million from Miami's Jewish com-
nvinity will go this year to the United Jewish
Appeal and the Israel Emergency Fund.
The Exodus has begun, Israel's doors are
opon and Miami's Jews have assumed their
share of the responsibility for providing social
services to the 70,000 immigrants expected in
Israel this year and to the Israelis, the most
heavily taxed people in the free world, with
over 80*/r of their tax dollar going for defense.
Here and abroad are homes for the aged,
educational, spiritual and counseling programs
. things to be proud of and to work for in
5733.
In Miami, 43 congregations stand ready to
welcome new members and to provide a full
range of spiritual and Jewish educational pro-
grams.
And here at Federation, we extend our
warmest New Year greetings to you on behalf
of our officers, board of directors and staff.
We again pledge to maintain a strong Jcw-
Ish community here in Miami and to hold out
our hand to Jews throughout the world.
May Rosh Hashanah 5733 bring peace,
health and happiness to you and yours.
ROBERT Rl'SSELL, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
nanan
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Mr. and Mrs. Larry I. Zeisel
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morten B. Zenel,
Joseph Saul, Pamela Tova
and Fred David and
Alisa Oebra Vafa
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "I ear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zipkin
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ROBERT RUSSELL, President
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Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven,
Howard and Kenneth
Wish their relatives and friends
, Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Seel Yen Zemft
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mrs. Aims Waitzmtw
and family
UXih iheir relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
[ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Waldman
kd daughters Hare, Abhy and Bonnie
lu-ii ilieir relatives and friends
1 Happy and Prosperous New Tear
fMr. and Mrs. Philip Warshew
and Family
|u>nh their relatives and friends
. Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
of the Palmer House
wishes her friends
i Happy and Prosperous New Tear
r. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
|U'i.li their relatives and friends
I Happy and Prosperous New Tear
| Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
I Irish their relatives and friends
| Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblart
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Weiss
end family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Simon Weiss
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
end Family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Wesel
ond family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
|tn' [Happy and Prosperous New Tear
and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner
and Family
|tt"%li their relatives and friends
I Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkla
Iwiili their relatives and friends
IHappy ad Prosperous New Tear
and Mrs. Milton Weinstein
and Sons Stuart and Michael
ill their relatives and friends
Ppy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Westen
and family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kramer
Meryl, Irike end Scott Benell
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. end Mrs. William Wtckman
and sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiesner
and family
UTfeh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Mare, Barrett and Cindy
their relatives and friends
tippy and Prosperous New Tear
>nd Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
end o.ughter Romelle
j*l their relatives and friends
fi opy and Prosperous New Tear
and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
1 their relatives and friends
t^PPy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilpon
and Sons
Michael, Steven, Bruce and Allen
wish their relatives aid friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Winiek
and family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Imanuel Winitsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. end Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and children, Sharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mrs. Max Wetfman,
Ernest, Lilli and Children
Claire,Mox and Neil, Stanley and
Marilyn, David and Nancy
wish their relatives and friends
f\ Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Harvey M. Wruble
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wucher end Family,
Fred, James and Belinda
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wynn
and Family
letth thefr .elatives and friends
A Hanpy and Piosperous New Tear
Y-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yacker
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yaffe
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaffe
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
and children Alan Jay
and Judith Marcia
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zohler,
Pamela, Scott end Jonathan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Zalka and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Pn.iperous New Tear
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members oi
TEMPLE ISRAEL oi
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMLD
and to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Temple Beth Sholom,
Jewry at large, and all
humanity a year of fulfillment
and peace.
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
PAUL J. BENDER
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
ELLIOT W1NOGRAD
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to MemDers and Friends of thb
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
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Mr. and i/lrs. Monroe Zipp
and children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zisquit
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. David Zuckermon
and Family |
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Zuckermon
and family
wish their friends and relative*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea*
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU j
and Family
extend to the officers, directors,
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION '
Best Wishes for a Healthy j
and Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for a .1
JOYOUS NEW YEAR J
to Temple Emanu-Q -|
and
To All Their Friends of the j
Greater Miami Community
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
Fxtend Heartfelt #"J
MW YEAR GKtETINGI |JJ
to fee Memoers of "j]|
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI -1
and to tht T
Grtottr Miami Jewish Community
DR. 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 V
and its affiliate groups
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
the Officers, Members, Wor-
shippers and Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfi'.ah
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
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
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NfrV rfAl
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Friday. September 8,
VOXOn ram rim? Consultation Held To Consider
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
' o Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE CONGREGATION
RABBI and MRS.
DOW ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
Wish lor 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 community
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
RABBI DR. and MRS.
SHELDON N. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
, DR. and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happ,
4iew Year to the Members and
Officers of
Temple Zamora
md its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
ARTHUR J.ABRAMS
wish the Jewish community
of South Florida, and
particuarly the officers
and members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
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 ZOLONDEE
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
~HABBI~and~ MlST'
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
Status, Future Of Jewish Famil
y
C ontimifil From Pa|je 5-F
nrmal patterns on the college campus. The
much-vaunted "semi revolution." Dr. Blau
asserted, is not really a revolution at all
Young men and women are simply more at
ease and less armed with each other today,
she believes and she considers that s tuation
all to the good. Several of her colleagues in-
sisted, however, that there was indeed a sex-
ual revolution under way. and that it boded
ill for Jewish family Hfe.
By and luge, the conferees addressed
themselves in serious terms to serious issue*,
the most important of which was the trans-
mission of Jewish identity. DA Marshal.
Sklare Professor o: American Jewish Studies
at Brandois University and regarded in some
quarters as the Jewish sociologist, was a key-
note speaker. He pointed out that the Jewish
family has held together de-pite an earlier
conflict between generations the conflict
between immigrant parent and immigrant
child Even today. Dr. Sklare noted, Jews
tend to interact with their families far more
than ether groups do. One study he cited, for
example, by Dr. Robert Winch, indicates that
some 78rJ of Jews in the metropolitan area
maintain relationships with at least 12 house-
holds of kin i compared to 35'^ among Cath-
olics ami 16'i among Protestants'. Never-
theless, cautioned Dr. Sklare. changing hfe
styles have produced a new alienation that
threatens Jewish continuity.
Describing some of the differences Vt*cen
Jewish radicalism of the thirties and the
radicalism of the present day, Dr Slda*
noted that the former did not fragment th.-
family. Indeed, the Jewish radicalisrr. of ttie
thirties was usually a family affair. Even the
atom spies. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, had
drawn brothers and cousins into their saioi,.
age activities. Contemporary' Jewish radicals
Dr. Sklare observed, are overrepresented
among the militants; they tend to be -ror.d
generation offspring; they all show > marked
concern for th underdog: and most typically
they have weak religious identification
Perhaps the most sharply debated
of the conference was the issue of intemwr-
riage. "Everyone now has someone in ih fan
ily or close to it, who is Intermarried," Dr
Sklare observed. "This is unique in Jewish
history."
The conferees seemed to agree that the
major resiionsihility for Jewish aUenai
rested with the nuclear family, which has
failed to keep children actively Jewish railrd
to maintain the Jewish family tradition and
exposed Its children to an environment which
made intermarriage not only possible but
likely. The Jewish family. Dr. Sklare pointed
out. has substituted for its once prime role
as transmitter of Jewish identity the syna-
gogue, the Jewish school, the Jewish camp,
the trip to Israel. They are all surrogate Jew-
ish families." he observed.
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.
MORDECAI SHAPIRO
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
txfmi Umrtitit
f HEW 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'nai Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizations
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.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for
HAPPY MEW YEAR
to the members oi
TEMPLE SINAI
["h* Jewish Community Cente
Hollywood. Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of Norm Miami
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS,
NAFTALI PORUSH
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to Ali Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
HARRY E. SCHWARTa
Wish a Happy New Yetrr]
to the members of the
Hallandale Jewish Cento |
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL JAFFE
AND FAMILY
Extend Greetings to Members
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH EL
of HOLLYWOOD
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
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 th* Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organisations and to all
Jewry.
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.
NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish for all Jewry and particu I
larly the members and officers\
oi TEMPLE BETH SHALOM. ;
Hollywood,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
SADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet the members of
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion of the
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliated organizations
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
Extend to all Jewry and
particularlv the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
llABBTandTilRS?
ISAAC D. VINE
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Mogan David
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
RABBI and MRS.
ROBERT P. FRAZIrf
Extend heartfelt wishes for:
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SOLEL
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI and MRS.
MARVIN GOLDSONI
extend New Year Greeting*!
to
North Bay Village Jewish I
and the entire comznunif/1
RABBI and MRS.
PHINEAS WEBERMAN
Extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Ohev Shalom
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
and to Jewry Everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
AVROM DRAZIN
Wish a Happy New Yeffl I
to the members of
Temple Israel of MiranW
and to the entire
Jewish community
SISTERHOOD
CHESED
SHEL EMESS
FresMUM lidr. UkwM
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many memi*"
and friends
best wishes for a
Happy New Year,


riday. September 8. 1972
*Jmlgft fkwidFfan
Page 11?
On a similar nc>U\ Dr. Robert Gordis. Pro-
fessor o! ReligioniAt Temple University and
nutcd biblical scholar, cited current family
iit'iivl-. and their implications. Thore Lg a
weakening of parental and personal authority,
hi'declared, a weakening of monogamous mar-
riage and a rapid increase in all asjK-cts of
-c. ilarity. The homo as a religious center has
almost disappeared, and as Jews become more
and more secularized, there is a decreasing
involvement in Jewish community concerns.
"No society can endure without a religious
fabric undergirdiog it." Dr. Gordis warned.
"And th;s i- as true for Jews as for any other
people." The synagogue, Dr. Gordis lamented,
has acquiesced in the decline of religion, be-
cause it has allowed itself to become a substi-
tute for the home. Nevertheless, he declared,
the synagogue is still the most important in-
stitution in Jewish life.
Dr. Gordis also noted that he could con-
ei i\v of no weaker reed for the preservation
of Jewish life than the current ethnicity.
"Ethnicity itself," he predicted, "is a passing
phenomenon. But Judaism has lone; been the
umbrella which protected ail kinds of ethnic-
ity." Tiie word "preserve," Dr. Gordis cau-
tioned, has two meanings: One is "to safe-
guard" mid the other is "to pickle." Jews
mu*t be careful which of these they choose.
Another principal speaker. Rabbi Herman
Pollack, adviser of B'nai Brith Society of
i he Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
provided the Consultation with a historical
overview of the Jewish family. Stressing the
significantly changing self-concept of Jewish
youth, Dr. Pollack pointed out that in medie-
val times there was no reference to adoles-
cence, because a Jew at the age of 13 was a
man and nol alienated from the adult world.
Dr. Pollack also pointed out that during the
Renaissance, when individualism became cru-
cial, the communal structure of Jewish life
(came less imiwtant.
Dr. Sidney Goldstein. Professor of Sociology
and dire-tor of Population Studies and Train-
ing Center at Brown University, commented
on the decreasing Jewish pro|>ortion in th<
total American population, and noted that
American Jews were becoming more and
more dispersed. Weakening family ties, and a
general decrease In discrimination, have led
Jews to desert the Northeast and the urban
areas that were the traditional Jewish cen-
ters. Dr. Goldstein also reported that the
Jewish fertility rate had be-on dropping sharp-
ly Since the 19th century and is now almost
below replacement level.
Other speakers at the Consultation ana-
lyzed Jewish education and some, like Dr.
-Mortimer OstOW, Professor of Pastoral Psy-
chiatry of the Jewian Theological Seminary,
testified to the Jewish psychic condition. Dr.
OttOW reported that Jewish psychiatric pa-
Conlimieri On Page 15-K

ISIDOR and SARA
DEEMAR
9480 BAY DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
wish all their
friends and members
of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
knd Peace in the World
L'Shona Tova
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
North Miami Beach, Florida
Mr. and Mrs.
MOE LEVIN
OF
1020 N.E. 82nd Street
wish their relatives and
friends a
Nappy New Year
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
MIAMI, FLORIDA 667-5587
JOINS WITH ALL JEWS
IN THE PRAYER FOR A YbAR OF PEACE
AND PROGRESS TOWARDS
THE MESSIANIC DAY
L' SHANAH TOVAH
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.L.
BARRY ALTMAN, Associate Rabbi
David Stuart, Administrator
President, Dr. Maxwell Dauer
Executive Vice President, William Sanes
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 10 All
tZ/Qrtniir and \~Jlaire r^osicnem
fallen trnJ Jjiem PCoichaHt a&mjj and *Co
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 Uar Creetinos to The Jewish F/oridion
and the Entire Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MM. HAROLD OOftfMAN, Presid en t
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
NEW YEARS GREETING
To the members of the Lebediker Branch and
the National Executive Board, and to all Sisters
and Brothers who are an integral part of us,
we send our traditional greetings on the
ocassion of the New Year 5731. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
the Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throughout the world and for
the perpetuation of ISRAEL.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN, President
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Vice President
FANNIE GIBSON, Vice President
ANNE KELLER, Financial Secretary
HANNAH YESNER, Recording Secretary
LEON ORNSTEIN, Treasurer
MORRIS TAMRES, Parlimentarian
LEON APRIL, Hospitalar
SHMUEL FERSHKO, Musical Director
HILDA GLATT, Cultural Director
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
to all our
Relatives and Friends
and to
all the Farband Members
FROM
MR and MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMANI
DAVID BLISS BRANCH FARBAND 322
and
MOYSHE DAYAN BRANCH
extend their best wishes to all their members
lor a Healthy and Happy New Year
SAMUEL 0ELFAND, President
David Bliss Branch Farband 322
JUDGE RALPH FISH, President
Moyshe Dayan Branch
The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
IRVING FIRTEL, PRESIDENT
LOUIS MERWITZER, Honorary Life President
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS, PRINCIPAL
MRS. LEONARD ADLER
President,
Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. LEONARD GRITZ
President P.T.A.
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
WOMEN'S DIVISION
of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
Reba Wexler, President
" Dedicated to the Service of Our Community "
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS, GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
\


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Friday. September 8, fcjj
MAY WE TAME TUTS
oppamwmr to extend
/ FOR THE NEW YEAR
10 THE ENTIRE COMMONiTY
The Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
420 LINCOLN ROAD MAIL
AGUDATH ISRAEL
INSTITUTE
7M1 CAtt Ut AVtMM
HUM BEACH
^:n r.;* n:r7

We herewith extend mr hesl wihei
f ear hell em Spirit ami Uadar
It ABU SHtLDON N. EVER ami FAMIIT
Officer*, Drrtcifi, Memhers, Shtfw4 Oraamiiatiam, Mm** Cluh
wall n li ill Hr mill-withert in Greater Miami
MAY T*f NEW TEA* MfW THf WtAtllAlKHi Of All OUK HOUS,
comuni uiDimnioH to out rioru
mmim
0. SOLUTION TO Aff UCTID MUM A KJT f
RABBI IGOR HERSHKOWITZ, President
HERBERT SCHRAGA, Vice-President
PHILIP YASSER, Vice-President
MRS. LILLIAN BOTKISS, President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE
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 FIRST MIAMI CHAPTER
GIFT OF LIFE CHAPTER MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
LORBER CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
POINT EAST CHAPTER NORTH DADF. BROWARD CHAPTER
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL OF PRESIDENTS OF CARIH
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM
1S44 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
- AVROHOM ORONfR, Rabbi
MOMX BRAFMAM, Present
HTMAN HERSTEIN, Vic* President
DONALD S. BECK, Secretary DAVID PLOTNER, Treasurer
GABAIS SAMUEL WEUZ DAVID GREENIER6
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
No. 343 FARBAND L.Z.A
Chaim Weizman Branch Farband No. 343 L.Z.A.
extends best wishes t* its members, friends, the Greater Miami
Jewish Community and to The State of Israel and all Mankind for
New Year fall of Good Health, rtoeelaeii and Above All PEACE.
MORRIS BIRNBAUM, Financial Secretary
SANDRA and SOI CALLER, Secretaries
A Very Happy New Year to All
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President, Rudolf Mann
Sisterhood President, Mrs, Stuart Wag nor
The Year 5732 In Retrospect
rnrtr
candidate* countered with their own strong
support while their eventual'victor. Senator
McGovem. tried hard to rectify the imaee
that in the past he had shown himself only
lukewarm to Israel's needs.
But it was not only the Israel issue that
was behind indications that more Jews than
ever before would this year vote Republican.
In the past, the Jewish vote has been over-
whelmingly Democrat but Jews in general
have been moving to the right in recent
years. The vast majority are in or near the
affluent category and are not interested in
changing the existing order. The liberalism
of earlier generations burns far less strongly
today (except in the college-age group I and
for the fir^t time it seems that the Republi-
cans will capture a sizeable Jewish vote.
The dilemma of liberalism was best illus-
trated during the past year by the Forest
Hills controversy. In this popular district of
New York, largely inhabited by middle-c!ass
Jews, it was proposed to establish a housing
project for low-income blacks and Puerto
Ricans. Where should Jews stand on the is-
sue? As upholders of the liberal tradition,
they should welcome any project to contribute
to the war on slums and poverty. But as
middle-class apartment-owners, they felt that
the new development would threaten the
nature of their neighborhood and instead of
pulling up the newcomers would pul! do*,,
those already there. Many protested bitterly.
Thrs"-protest was exploited by- their enemies to
try and show that the Jews were not really
sincere in their support of poor blacks.
NEW PHENOMENON
Problems related to Jewish youth in the
Western world were eased as a result of the
collapse of the New Left which pro-zed to be
only a nine-day-wonder. But those Jewish youth
who had been activists on the far left did not
return to an active Jewish identification They
remained apathetic and beyond the pale of the
community. A new phenomenon wa> th>? Jews
for Jesus" movement which made a certain
impact on marginal Jewish youth many of
them dropouts from the drug culture. These
youngsters had never known the association of
Christianity and anti-Semitism but had erown
up in an ecumenical atmosphere in which the
Jewishness of Jesus was often described And
so they joined a Jewish-Christian movement
which even turned to some Jewish customs
while regarding Jesus as saviour. Their elders
saw this as another passing fad and expected
it to fade away like other way-out movements
of the recent past but in the meanwhile it
has attracted an unexpected number of ad-
herents.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Won r.Kri
L'Shonah Tikosavu
THE 34 MIAMI AREA
CHAPTERS OF THE
B'NAI BRITH
YOUTH ORGANIZATION
Best Wishes for a
Good New Year
Ralph P. Kingsley
Rabbi
Irving Shulkes
Cantor
Robert M. Rye
Administrator
Richard D. Siegel
Director of Education
North Dade's Only Reform Congregation
TENPIE
GINAI
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
The Friendliest Synagogue In Town"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
REV. P. HILLEl BRUMMER, CANTOR
MR. AINSLEE FERDIE, PRESIDENT
(LInim
(LtRCSCUM
BETHEL
CONGREGATION
500 S.W. 17th Avenui
H. ROTHMAN, Rabbi
HYMAN CHABNER
President
A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 North Miami Avenve
MAURICE KLEIN, RABBI
MARIO OFFNER, President
ALLAN GREENSPAN, Chairman of the Beard
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
from the Members of
AHA VAT SHALOM
CONGREGATION
985 S.W. 67th Avenue
Best wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
THE DEED CLUB
WISHES COOO HEALTH end PEACE of MIND to ell
THEIR GOOD FRIENDS
GREETINGS to the
RABBIS and MEMBERS
OF
CONGREGATION
BETH TORAH
from
JUDD MERL
REV. & MRS.
JACOB D. KATZ
AND FAMILY
4141 NAOTIIUS DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
wish their relatives and
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU |
Sky Lake
Synagogue
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
JONAH E. CAPLAN
11151 NX lWi A***-
Rabbi
MORTON MAISEL
President


Friday. September 8,1972
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THE ARAB WORLD
In the Arab world, it has been the small
Jewish community of Syria that has attracted
most attention. Stories came out that they
were, "considered, to be host*ges" and .that
ttjey "lived .in-iCOQsfantnfar of..governmental
measures against them." Information was ob-
tained about the imprisonment and torture
of Syrian Jews. Albert Elia, longtime leader
of the Lebanese Jewish community, was kid-
napped earlier in the year and according to
reports has been held in Syria. The plight of
Syrian Jewry evoked sympathetic demonstra-
tions by Jews in many parts of the world as
well as the intervention of prominent non-
Jews such as Alain Poher, president of the
French Senate.
ISRAELDIASPORA RELATIONS
Central to Israel-Diaspira relations was
the 28th Zionist Congress. Although the press
played up some of the more "sensational" as-
pects, it was the solid continuation of Zionist
work that was the real contribution of the
Congress. Moreover, while some of the ma-
neuvers of the younger participants annoyed
the older Zionists, there were those who found
a healthy sign in the very care expressed by
the youngsters concerning the future of the
movement.
There were issues during the year that
stirred up relations between Israel and the
Diaspora. Mr. BeigirTs visit to Britain revived
old wounds and apparently made some of
Britain's Jews feel briefly uncfljnjortable. The
perpetually smouldering "Who is a Jew?" is-
sue brought religious circles.of all trend* to
a-,doep-inw^vemenl-ino the problem and to
the clear realization that here, as in so many
other instances, it is impossible to draw a
clear dividing-line between Jews inside and
outside Israel.
PERSONALIA
Turning to personalia, two Jews Simon
Kuznets and Denis Gabor won Nobel Prizes.
Two Jews Bruno Kreisky of Austria and
Sir Joshua Hassan of Gibraltar led their
parties to power in elections and headed
their respective governments. Two Jews
Major-General Jacob and Rear Admiral Sam-
son achieved military prominence at the
time of India's invasion of east Pakistan. Two
films of Jewish interest "Fiddler on the
Roof" and "The Garden of the Finzi-Continis"
won Oscar Awards and evoked international
interest. Two half-Jews, Boris Spassky and
Bobby Fischer, contested the world chess
championship amid unprecedented publicity.
And in a year when "Women's Lib" was in
the news, Judaism had its first woman rabbi
Miss Sally Preisand who was ordained at
the Reform Hebrew Union College in Cin-
cinnati.
TEMPLE
BETH TOY
(Conservative Synagogue)
6438 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
CANTOR
SEYMOUR HINKES
PRESIDENT
GEORGE H. FISH
AND ALL THE
MEMBERS
WISH THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
\ V\\ \\\\ //
Greetings to all
AMERICAN
JEWISH
COMMITTEE
(DUPONT PLAZA CENTER
Miami, Florida 33131
Aay the New Year be a
ountiful one and bring a
lull measure of happiness
po our members and the
pntire Jewish Community.
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MRS. CARITON BLAKE, Pres.
CANTOR and MRS.
BEN GROSSBERG
and daughters
k Mori, Judy and Suzy|
I wish their relatives and
[friends a Happy and
Trosperoua New Year
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and
ROBERT L SIEGEL, PRESIDENT
extend vest wishes for a
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
1500 MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB
MORTON TOWERS
JESSIE HALPRIN, President
lashona Greetings From
fROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
NSH WAR VETERANS OF
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
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
ions
The P.T.A.
The Group
The Forty-Niners The T'hillim Club
and all affiliated Youth Groups
The Men's Club
The Temple Players
J
PIONEER WOMEN
COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
AND ITS
U CHAPTERS
ami
CLUB 2
GOtOAMEW
KADIMAH
SHARON
WNNERET
CHAI
HAIOEISON
CORAL ABUS
A VIVA
OUT
M1RAMAR
SHALOM
Extend Heartiest New Year Greetings
To The South Florida Jewish Community
*
V
1972 ". 1973 nma njrnni rmTD 5733-j"?c;
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Extend a hearty "Birchas Shnas Chaim
V'Sholom, Osher, Vechol Toov" To All
Members, Worshippers, and Klal Yisrael,
Here and in Eretz Yisrael.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
REV. MAX WEISS, 1ft Vie* Pros. ISIDOR GREENBERG, Treasurer
LOUIS MERWITZER, Hon. Treasurer
Women's League tor Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter
f ends deorfiest greetings for a Hppjr end Healthy
New Yeor to Members and Fritnrfs
'In every field of our existence the stamp of Technion"
..AAoshe 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
Norman J. Kasser, President
The Rabbi. Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors.
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
HARRY SAMOLE. President
Contor Solomon Palcowiri Re*. Hymon Israel



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+JeistrhrkRar
Friday. September
Israel Histadruf Council
of South Florida
and
ISRAEL WSTADRUT FOUNDATION. INC.
sponsors of
LILLIAN and SIDNEY BOLOTIN MEDICAL CENTER
BEER5HEBA, ISRAEL
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Suite 214
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, 33139
Telephone 531-8702
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
1140 ALTON ROAD
wishes to all its members ami
friends a very Hap/ty Mew Year
RAM! S. T. SWItSKY DANIEL ROTH
WILLIAM 6. MECHANIC Treasurer
President HARRY SHOPIBO
MAL ENOUNOft. ESQ. HARVEY TENDLER
SitNARD FRANK. ESQ. Secretaries
ISAK GOTTLIEB
HARRY SCHACK
LEOKAI0 ZK.BERT
Vke-f residents
A Happy New Year To All .
LOUIS IIOItM. >IA V.
President llr.ni RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER and OFFICERS of
Temple Judea
OF CORAL GABLES
Extends Wishes for a Happy New Year To All
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY and the Members of
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
extends best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
BEST WISHES L'SHANAH TOVAH TIKATEVU!
To all our members and community
MR. SAM COHEN, PRESIDENT
OR. DAVID RAAB, RABBI
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
MAKE IT A REALLY BEAUTIFUL YEAR JOIN
THE YOUNG SINGLES
of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
L'SHONA TOVA TIKOSAVUN VISACHOSEMUN
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE, INC.
Extends Best Wishes for the New Year to all.
J. William Baros, Jr., President
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
Extends Best Wishes of the New Year To Members and Friends
ABRAHAM DRAZIN, RABBI
ABRAHAM KOSTER, Cantor
DONALD F. POWELL, President
New Year Message From
The Rabbinical Association
Continue*! From Paa* 4-F
of count.', thai we jotn forc.-s with the Greater
Mauri Jewish Federation. the sponsoring con-.-
n:una! agency of the CJA-IEF i Combined
Jewish Appeal and Israej Emergency Fund'
which provides the nece^ai-y planning and
financial r> 'Source* for our local agencies and
which has assumed an aver greater responsi-
bility in the last five yean "since the Six-
Day \Var. findin? and mooting the ever-
increusahe, co*t of jvdeemins our people from
the So\iot Union and from other lands of
Galut iexile i and def^ndins and strengthening
Israel a?aint those who would attempt geno-
cide one* awaits in our century.
Bin they are alao part of tins society: a
heaKhiei Amerkaa democracy and the more
peaceful and productive planet must engage
nergiea and tirrw not only because
of our prophetic heritage, but also becau*-
these are the practical necessities for aheei
trvival, both as Jews and as human beings,
living on a planet thrcaten-d with a thermo-
nuclear holocaust or ecological imbaJanoe and
lical Insensltivity.
But. if we are sensitive to Jewish history
then it must surely mean that we strengthen
the Syi le as the c-r.tral institution oi
Jewish survival for the Synagogue is Survi-
val!
For the Soviet Jew*, it is the ymbl
around which they demonstrate their Jewf*
loyalty and mobilize their activisim in rousjjw
hundreds of thousands to cry "L.: My Peops
Go." For all oi us the Synagogue i-
tic bond and the source of our strength
There are many Jewish leiders through a
variety of Jewish causes and ac> ncies and
institutions who have sold the S>Tiagoru. short
in their zealous commitment through the*
aforementioned causes. Our good friend and
colleague. Rabbi David Polish, the president
of the CCAR. has charged that if our Jowsti
leaders aver that the Svnagogue 'like the
goose that laid the goWen egg." wHl wither
away, it is inevitable thai these causes and
institutions rnu=t aLso wither away.
Without question, the Synagogue ha.- to ue
revitalized. Many Jewish leaden question its
validity and it relevance even a- it i- >_
revitalized. It is clearly th* central institution
in which th< purpose of our being has been
preserved for more than twent) c M let o!
Galut.
May we express hope that the New War
will witness a greater coalescence of com
a coalescence of communal an>!
tional leadership: even as we give
priority to Israel, so we shall give the highest
priority to the Synagogue, for it is thi sanc-
tuary for the survival of our spirit
BEST WISHES FOR A
MOST HEALTHY AMD
JOYOVS HOLIDAY AMD
A VERY HAPPY MEW YEAR
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
YOUNG ISRAEL
of
GREATER
MIAMI
990 N.E. 171st Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
"THf CtHTH fOK ORTHODOX JODAISm IN NOKTH MIAMI UACH"
WISHES A HAPPY AND MEANINGFUL
NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF GREATER MIAMI
Dr. Zalman Kossowsky, Rabbi
Barry D. Schreiber, President
THE HILLEL
COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
wishes the entire Jewish Community
Good Health and Much Happiness
in the New Year
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
from
YIVO
Holiday Gree' ings
To The Jewish Co^-y
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-0032
Holiday Greetings
VIVIAN
BLUME
FINE FURNITURE
736 Arthur Godfrey Row |
Miami Beach, Florida
ALY
HANDBAGS
Extends To All A
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( mil mini From Page 11-F
tlents talk more openly than others, make
their relatives more miserable and, generally,
have greater familial cohesiveness. He also
noted that Jews are more likely to many
"down" when they intermarry, rather than
up." ns in the thirties. "The Jew who inter-
marries today often does so out of a basic de-
pnash/e fooling about himself and picks some-
one inferior with whom he can feel comfort-
able." Dr. Ostow conceded, however, that
Jews are also marying "across." 'They are
saying, 'This is the sort of young man I'd
1'ko as a son-in-law if only he were Jewish.'
An,! more and more, they are acting on it."
Ur. Ostow also noted that Jews are far
more likely than Wasps or blacks or any
other groups to worry about their future as
a group-*- an observation for which no greater
proof is needed than the American Jewish
Committee's Consultation on the Jewish Fam-
ily. The mcotinps ended only when the last
minutiae of Jewish American life had been
filtered around the conference table for such
liffht as it could shed on Jewish prospects.
Those prospects, the conferees all agreed,
rest in large measure on reinforcement of
Jewish identity and Jewish family life.
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extend cordial good wishes to
all Friends of Israel.
With God's will, may the New Year
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May the travails of last year nourish wisdom lor
this year's dreams and aspirations.
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Friday, September 8, m
This is the end of a year in
which much has been achieved.
And for this we thank our friends.
This is the beginning of a year
in which our obstacles and
opportunities will be greater
than ever. And for this we
need our friends.
Your community will change a
lot during 5733. So will the
world! The quality of that
change depends upon each of us.
Greetings and best wishes
for the New Year.
Ralph \V.ildo Emerson
Local Agencies
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
Girt Boss.ik. Regional Director
Sigmund Zilber, Chairman
Central Agency for Jewish Education
H. Z\ i Berger, Executive Director
A. B. Wiener, Chairman
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Community Chaplaincy Service
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Director
Leo Eisenstein, Chairman
Greater Miami Hehrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Principal
Irving Firtel. President
Hillel Community Day School
Rabbi Dov Bidnick, Principal
Dr. Joel B. Dennis, President
Hillel-Jewish Student Center
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler,
Executive Director
David S. Kenin, Chairman
Robert Russell, President
Harry A. Levy, Campaign Chairman
Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, Women's Division President
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Women's Division Campaign Chairman
Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie, Associate Executive Vice President
II
Jewish Family & Children's Service
Leon D. Fisher. Executive Director
Arnold J. Stern, President
Jewish Home for the Aged
Arthur Kalish. Executive Director
Jack S. Popick, President
Jewish Vixrational Service
Eugene Greenspan, Executive Director
J. William Baros. Jr., President
Mount Sinai Hospital &. Medical Center
Samuel Gertner, Executive Vice Pres.
Samuel N. Friedland, President
National Council of Jewish Women-
Immigration and Naturalization
Service
Florence Alberts, Executive Director
Mrs. Philip Bloom, President
South Dade Hebrew Academy
lrwin Marshall, Principal
Dr. Melvyn Greenstein, President
YM & YWHA of Greater Miami
Myron A. Bere:in, Executive Director
Stanley R. Gilbert, President
0 greater miami Jewish federation
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eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday. September 8, 1972
Section G
\
INTERVIEW WITH GOIDA MEIR
Jfl,
ovnentoMS journey
s<
By GEOFFREY D. PAUL
lewWh Chronicle News Service
I Some 51 years ago. a Kiev born.
nlwau\ec'tTaintd scliool teacher. Mrs.
foi'Ja Mverson. left Wisconsin with
fr Imsba.id to settle in Palestine. Here
11 Premier. Mrs. Meir opened her
fcari to the }CHS staff man in jeru-
Vim on her thoughts and feelings on
successes, challenges and unan-
tered questions of Jewish statehood.
Question Israel Is about to
liter her 25th year of Statehood,
?hen you look back to your pre-
date hopes and dreams, to what
Ktant does Israel 1972 meet then?
Answer Thirty to 40 years
to, I was convinced there would
a Jewish state some day, but I
pould not have prophesied that,
" 1973, I would live to see the
lh anniversary of a Jewish state.
Whenever I thought of a Jewish
Jate, it was always with the as>-
umpiion that the day would come
ion the Arabs would accept our
t esence here more than that,
^V there would be cooperation
etween us. This certainly did not
appen. If somebody had asked me
(u'n 'f I thought that 25 years
fir the establishment of the
state there would still be wars be-
tween us and the Arabs, I would
have said "No."
I certainly couldn't have fore-
seen or foretold that in the econ-
omy of the country we would be
as successful as we are. For in-
Ptnnce. I knew agriculture in l971
when I came here. It wasn't ex-
actly as primitive as the agricul-
ture of the Arabs who lived in
Pa'esthv, but Merhavia (the Bet
Shean Kibbutz where Mrs. Meir
settled in the early '20s) then was
pretty primitive.
The first incubator in the coun-
try was in Merhavia 500 eggs!
And from all over the country
people would come to look at this
wonder, how chicks came out of a
machine! We see our poultry in-
dustry now ... it seems as if we
were babies at that time.
What kind of industry did we
have? When I came here and
tasted chocolate from the first
chocolate factory, it was more
sand than anything else. And when
I asked why there was so much
sand, I was told that that was the
only natural industrial resource
we had.
Everybody knows that three mil-
lion Jews is not enough, it's only
the beginning. But when we were
rr
Trom
^yylilwauhee Jo j-erusau
80.C00 to envisage three million
Jews in the country was a dream.
On the other hand, what have
we accomplished? We have the
Iraqi Jewish community in the
country, the Yemenite Jewish com-
munity, even seme East European
communities, or what was left.
This nobody could have foreseen.
These weren't things we were
dreaming about, all of this was
a basic concept of Zionism. But
for me to say, now, that 40 yean
ago I would have told you this was
how it was going to be would not
be true.
But foolishly I suppose, I
thought that when we will have a
state it will be entirely different
from all other states. I remember
Tel Aviv. There was no jail. It
was a little room in a little police
station and it was always empty
and I always believed that in a
Jewish state there would be no
crime.
1 once said I was convinced that
in a Jewish state no citizen would
try to bring in something and not
go through customs. Everybody
laughed at me then, but I really
believed it. This would really be a
"State of States." It isn't so and
there are many things in our so-
ciety that I, like everybody else.
am not very happy about.
On the other hand, we are still
the only society in the world that
voluntarily has groups that havt
no match in any other country.
I'm speaking of the kibbutzim, the
moshavim, and there is still, with
all the self-criticism we have
(which is justified) a spirit in this
country that you won't find every-
where.
I won't say that we are the be*t
in the world, but there's something
iliecia' alwut this country. If
you'd asked me 40 years ago if
there'd be a Jewish state and all
the Arab countries together will
attack us and still we'll remain
alive at any rate, if I had to
consider myself when I was taught
to handle a gun as one of an army
winning a war against five Arab
countries, I wou'd have doubted it.
Now not that we want wars
when I go to an Air Force base
and see these youngsters, their un-
limited ability to do things, to
improve equipment that we get
from not-backward countries, I
look at them and wonder: How is
it that we have it. ?
Question Do you agree with
Mr. Ben-Aharon (the secretarv-
geueral of the Hiatadrut) that
what Israel needs, perhaps, Ls a
war economy, or at least some-
thing: whirh distributes the na-
tional income more fairly, some
measures which will counter the
growing materialism of Israeli
society?
Answer If Mr. Ben-Aharon
means by a "war economy'' what
it Ls usually supposed to mean, I
am against it.
Israel Is tn extreme need of
development and of the investment
of capital, from within and very
much from the outside. I've known
Jews in the U.S.A. and other
places, including Europe, who are
very liberal in their contributions
to the UJA of JPA (Britain's
United Israel Appeal). In the
U.S.A. they'll invest certain
amounts, (sometimes very large
amounts) in Israel Bonds, not be-
cause this is the best they can do
in the investment of their money.
There are investments that will
bring them immediate results. I
believe that Israel Bonds is a very
good investment. And we've proved
it. Paid on the dot, the interest and
everything. But there are higher
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to arrest the wave of hijackings now
plaguing the world. But few people in
aviation seem to have realized that the
business of preventing hijackings and of
safeguarding human life can pay off
very well.
This emerged from this year's balance
sheet of El Al Israel Airlines. The com-
pany is one of the relatively few inter-
national carriers to manage without a
subsidy and to show c profit in spite of
heavy expenditure on security precau-
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As for back as 1968. when an Israeli
airliner was hijacked to Algiers (the first
and last time hijackers were successful
on El Al). the company decided that it
had to rely on its own resources to safe-
guard its aircraft and passengers and that
its security could not be entrusted to out-
side bodies.
The company refuses to divulge the
exact nature of its security precautions,
but all baggage is searched, including
hand luggage as are the passengers
themselves. Metallic objects are delected
-by-TaysH-Ot4he'crirraft ftemsehres. there
are armed security guards. The company
has spared no effort or money in makinq
its airplanes as safe as human integrity
can make them.
No doubt it helped give El Al the highest
load factor 69.1% during 1971-72for
any scheduled carrier on the North At-
lantic route (with Air Lingus coming in
second with 63.6% during that fiscal year.)
Those who doubted the wisdom of a
small company going into the jumbo jet
business have been confounded. El Al
managed to achieve the highest occu-
pancy rate on any route in the world for
any airline flying Boeing 747 Jumbo jets
a year-iound average of 68.7o and a
high of 80.6% during the summer peak
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hew much, exactly, the company refuses
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that passengers hpve been willing to wait
days to fly El Al rather than take a seat
on other airlines less particular about their
security. Even though it means checking
in an hour earlier and having one's per-
son and baggage subjected to firm scrut-
j^y,people, se$m te.prejer, this to landing
at some unknown destination.
Lest it be thought mat El Al managed
its results by appealing to Jewish loyal-
ties; the company points out that 40% of
its passengers are gentiles, which is
roughly the overall proportion of gentile
tourism to Israel.
The security effort has been made
possible by savings in all other directions
compatible with comfortable service.
Company president Mordechai Ben-
Ari has succeeded in pressuring the Is-
raeli Treasury to loosen its purse strings
to enable the wholly government-owned
airline to take up its option on a third
Boeing 747 to cope with the 'Jumbo" in-
flux of visitors expected in 1S73. Israel's
25th anniversary year.
El Al operates on the principle cf own-
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sure regular year-round operations and
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periods. Perhaps it is not a question of
principle but of necessity being the mother
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Be that as it may, Ben-Ari's policy
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in 1971-72, the year in which the com-
pany put its two jumbos into operation
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But this is by no means regarded as
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Talks are also due with the United
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PART? Fra.-.: fa UaflHl
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rate, has tradrtionattji been
used by Jews and non-
A-mea fame neither
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said French Jewish gynecologist
AkdB Be^auah.
:; the Frer womar. prefers
the pHa, the Jewish one. hiwmr,
dboaaei n irter-uterme
deviq --".ice was r 1
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Jar -30ittracepcion is less used by
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of existence in Judaism."
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comfort, selfishness or sheer en-
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vJewisfi HcridUan
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The JNF Helps Restore Ecological Balance
By AHUVA RABANI
^>, J>972, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
i* <*> *K^*ifl>e the "Ecological Imbalance"
began to haunt our generation, and decades
before "Fight Pollution", became a catchy slo-
gan,-the Jewish National Fund was working
towards restoring a balance in Israel's eco-
logical system and fighting pollution with
neither fanfare nor drama.
In the 24 years since statehood, the JNF
wrested from desert and desolation more
than half a million dunams. Its projects by
1975, under its current Four-Year Plan, will
cost nearly $62 million.
Non Use: Ecological Imbalance
While ecological imbalance refilts from
man's over-exploitation of his environment,
which in turn disrupts nature's equilibrium,
Israel's case was different. The land has been
neglected through centuries of war and the
lack of permanent rural habitation, its veg-
etation despoiled by nomadic goat herds. And
man's neglect led nature to compound the im-
balance: defenselers against the elements, the
land which was fertile in Biblical days, be-
came desert, swamp and was eroded by floods
and winds. The ecology was disrupted by non-
use, rather than misuse or over-use.
But since the turn of this century-, with
its creation in 1901, the JNF has been work-
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Israel. In fact, the fund's reason for existence
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
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Phone 373-1257
Miami
A Happy New Year To All .
N0RTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC
5340 N.W. 163rd Street
A synagogue administrator. b>
- n :i no'hir. has a
view oi the High Holy Day*
its in with 1
:'
-.. 1 his i
being
is he n si ihes I '
;-h oth 1 Jews in what se
a nevt lb si to
iai r be'.m
tyles nd tl
In nan my
01 the pa.-t five yea
. I noticed a ps'tiT in
col imn pieces around tl 1 1
of the year that tc \i something
about the nature of the job and.
perhaps, about Ji .v- From akno.-t an ob----
concern about the cost of bc-
longing to synagogues I seem
to have traveled to an a', n *1
obsessive concern about the fu-
ture of the synagogue.
FIVE YEARS ago, I wrote
that "th- cost of belonging to
most synagogues today lit' rally
: many thousani- of
To such an extent
that Dr Mauri'e Eiscndrath.
Union of American
.a'ion-. baa
_ then i- a 'golden
tail u ding the syna-
It w is not difficult then to
for that ;>oint of
a 1. in far too manv in-
thai :' :-
today. It i- difficult for
. ins to meet
the tag.
posted and
.-:-.- na ; a prac-
tical I stiil find myself
with a 'ila.r.n I
wrote in 1969 lund
by Rabbi 51 ven Jacobs which
the issue: "Car. A Poor
Mar. Join A Svwogue?"
IT WAS one of the few ar-
ticles which ended with an inxi-
tation to write in confidi
The response was heartenin
for one who often wonders
by EDWARD COIR
who's out th
in? in the bitteme--
b> so many who cl
were turned away
By 1970. I see.-!<:
ing somewhat. Syrv-.. _-... a;.
filia'ian. whether wi
nit. ha- been y to
e?ono.Tiics." I continui
but also I perceived
i< the undeniable
U ititutions, whi th are
government or 0:
churches a- I synagos -are
under attack tram '
and, right and thai tl
crun -
ALL OF th-s an I
ctological reasons a< a
backlash against im
sorial action. I saw ,i-
for the reversal o: tl
to Judai-.n"' trend th il
on the rise since the
World War II nnd I
of the State of Israel.
La-t year. I devot
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Friday, September 8. 1972
*Jew #> Meridian
P"ge 7-G
pore tpace to the problems of
he nnagogue but a lot lea to
,iio problem of the poor. That
i membership (Jcnic^. "I .still .
hold that in fa1' to many '
our concrecations that truth is
| gclf-evident" but I fear I was
ihe crusader against that
Imn in spelltog out another
| "truth" I *> to fiml s<>lf-evi-
lent.
Tilts. I wrote, that "It is
Ijess the cost of affiliation than
tin' order of priority the syna-
|i)"iie hokls in American life
I thai accounts for the lowaffilia-
llion rate. People make their
choices of how to spend their
l.i'oney even if they have lots of
I -l often the bill for a month
|ii: Europe coincides with the an-
nual synBROSiie statement and
hat's how decisions are made."
.\s I read back, I see another
.11 that same month that is ob-
viously bitter in tone. Writing
the two-thirds of Greater
Miami's Jewish population which
Iocs not affiliate with a syna-
gogue but calls upon it for
weddings, deaths, and ch- >
tickets for the holidays lit-
erally looking upon the syna-
gogue "as a (en ice station where
expert mechanics can he found
to put a patch of Judaism on
their lives" I suggested they
be placed on notice that such
si rvii-es no longer can be bought
cheaply.
I HAVE had a year to think
alwut what I wrote then and I
Iwp si'en little to make me
change my mind in that time.
The life styles and values of
others are leas my concern now
than my own as I appvoarh the
new year convinced that the
future of Judaism does not lie
.'n the hands of those who do
not care hut in that minority
which does.
The message of these days is
that the responsibility remains
with the individual to measure
his own life.
May the sounding of the shofar
fill your heart
with love and peace,
and way the year be filled
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with joys that never cease.
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1175 Northeast 125th Street
Phone 891-0500
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17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
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2333 N.W. 7th PLACE, MIAMI 634-6231
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9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
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290 N.E. 181st Street 624-9665
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Friday. September b, <
Jfiay ^411 Our (JrienJs
C^oorf (A/ishcs J~or fear
BOB and MURIEL
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3800 N.W. 59th Street, Miami
Ph. 633-8271
A Happy New Year To All .
Carpenters
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2955N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 635-5207
A Happy New Year To All .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday Phone 374-4733
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MEL WARSHAW & JOSEPH BERMAN
2600 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 635-2419
"For The Ultimate In Fashion"
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MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 865-7922
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3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year
BILL H0FMAN LANDSCAPE NURSERY INC.
2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
The JNF Helps Restore Ecological Balan
ce
CmiUiwd From Page 5-G
natural and manmadf disasters have been
rectified by man.
Trees were the JNF"s first soldiers. For-
ests began to svalloW deserts and not only
helped beautify the barren environment, but
also helped check soil erosion. In the 1960s
and 70s. when lsiael*s industrialization ex-
panded, the JNPs proves, woodlands and
vast forest* inadvertently turned into the
country's 'Green Army" in the battle against
smoke and dust pollution. The 108 millnn
trees, planted by 1972. will be joined by 12
million more trees by 1975, at the cost of 43
million pounds.
Forests Fi*;ht Air Pollution
While forest* do not completely solve the
air pollution problem, they have become valu-
able in controlling pollution. Forests are. in a
way. a relatively inexpensive means of making
life more pleasant and healthy. The negative
effects of smoke and dust from factories,
cars or power stations can be minimized.
Trees planted around such pollution sou-ces
act as barriers by helping red'ice the speed of
winds blowing throush such sites. As the
wind slows down, it loses its ability to carry
with it solid particles and much of the pol-
lutants drop to the ground.
Studies in the United States show that wind
velocity is reduced by as much as 20** by the
presence of a shelter bed of trees, while a
fully grown fores? can reduce it by up to 60^.
Also, in a properly planned forest, winds can
be slowed down over an adjacent area 30
times the height of the trees.
Forests al*o help reduce the effect of
gaseous pollutants. As a result of friction ere-
ated when winds come into contact with for-
est crowns, low-grade turbulence result; and
lifts up gases before the wind passes on \Vhiie
exact figures are not available, air which has
gone through a forest has, to a certain extent,
been strained much of its dust dropping to
the ground and some of its gases risir.s high
into the atmosphere where they are no longtr
irritants.
Noise Pollution Abated
Noise pollution has been found to n-eakei
the hearing ability of some people in large
metropolitan centers. And forests are as ef-
fective in absorbing noise as acoustic -vails
and reduce the noise level 10 to 12 timesa
benefit which spreads beyond wooded aras.
With the rapid disappearance of quiet sites
for relaxation, forests are becoming a sanc-
tuary for city dwellers. On holidays and week-
ends, hundreds of thousands of Israeli \cur-
sionists and picnickers flock to forest-. And
the JNF has equipped over 60 groves with
plrnic facilities such as running water, sanita-
tion units, cooking grills, tables and benches.
In Israel'-: harvh summer, tree crowns help
block out some of the sun's rays and -env
peratures are cooler by as much as five de-
grees centigrade, and the light within urxxls
is more restful to the eyes. Only 14f'< of the
unpleasant red rays and just four per cent of
the slightly less glaring orange rays of the
spectrum penetrate the forest in comparison
to open areas. Also, the humidity con':- of
forest air is about six per cent higher :han
around treeless sites. This helps ailevia;.- the
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Friday- September 8. 1972
.kwist> Hcridfon
Page 9-G
period*; "Hamsinim" (hot desert winds) which
can last up to several weeks, drain the moist-
ure out of air and lower physical energy.
Forests are not only friends of man, but
also species of birds, deer and other creatures
which had seemingly disappeared from Israel
have begun returning now that they have a
suitable home. Similarly, bright wild flowers
decorate many woodlands. There is a widc-
liread educational program, backed by legis-
lation to safeguard this new flora and fauna.
Lund Reclamation Aids Ecology
The JNF can be regarded as one of the
world's oldest agencies concerned with ecology.
The importance of achieving; such an equilib-
rium is reflected in the JNF"s budget for
1972-75 which is close to 260 million pounds
and is to help reshape the scenery and utilize
acricultural potentials, while providing a
stimulus to the economy. With more than half
ct the 1972-75 budget (54/1 ) directed to new
settlement development, formerly empty
spacer will be covered with fertile fields, or-
chards, pastures and villages.
I-ond reclamation which constitutes the
hulk of JNF activities and consumes more
than half of its budget, also has its ecological
implications. The fund has under its jurisdic-
tion more than 3 million dunams, half a mil-
lion of which is wasteland. By 1975 the fund
will reclaim 170.000 dunams, converting brush-
land and desert into arable fields. In the
Galilee, rocks are removed from fields, hills
leveled off, terraces built for poultry runs,
orchards, fields and farm units. In the Negev
desert badlands are chopped off, gullies filled.
In the Arava desert, between the Red and
iJead Seas, plots are rinsed to wash away
salts and chemicals from the soil to make it
tillable. A few remnants of ancient woodlands
are being protected from flocks or fire and
the pruning, thinning or planting of new trees
are reviving these natural woodlands in north-
era Israel.
Correcting Natural l>-ri-i*--*.
Where there is too much heat or pollution,
JNF forests provide shade and cooler, some-
what cleaner air, Where there are desert
storms, the fund trees and plants halt the
shifting sands. Where there is too little
water, the fund dams up rainwater for dry
river channels by building embankments that
protect fields. Where the soil is saline, the
fund, in cooperation with the Ministry of
Agriculture, drains" salts and minerals
through a week-long rinsing process. Where
the quality of the soil is poor, the fund, in its
"land creation" enterprise, transfers the top-
soil from distant fertile areas.
Through these and other projects, the
JNF is reshaping an environment damaged
both by nature and man.
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EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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2990 N.W. 73rd Street
Phone 696-4011
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+JtHist, fkridian
Friday. Septe~i 8,
Good Wishes on the New Year
To the Jewish Community
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ziibert
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin
GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
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I know that.
But when you speak to these
; very same Jew* about opening a
i factory i" Israel, something that
i Israel needs very much, they'll
say: "Ah. no. This is something
else, this is business. I want to
; know what 11 be the return of my
Capital." Thev'r^ very good friends.
But they separate what they want
to give I-:ael and if it's busi-
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One thing is certain, any for-
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and when a person meets these.
, there are things that the state
Elves, tax concessioas. nil kinds of
: things.
Many things turned out to be
successful. If you see exports 10
years ago and now, there's no
comparison. And, sometimes may-
be their profits are bigger than
one of us would like them to be,
but they ba\e them and they come
by them honestly and they've also
Imade a very important contribu-
tion to the economy of the coun-
try, and the economy of the coun-
try mean the absorption of aliyah:
the economy of the country also
makes us stronger to meet our
burdeni of security and so on. It's
all conn> ctcd.
One must not forget that,
whether one likes it or not. land
I don't like in that we are in a
war economy in the sense that
we are at war. Large expenditures
that are not constructive, and yet
we have to spend the money We
have to build a !ot for the absorp-
tion of immigrants, there L a lag
in housing. There's a question of
young people who want to get
marri.-d and have no house. I
think that in every country where
building is on a very large scale
this ~ets a .standard of greater
profits than should be legitmate.
and everything that goes with it.
I'll give you one example
the ceasefire on the Egyptian
border went into effect m August
1970. It called for at least 90 days.
We accepted that it was 90 days.
We had the Bar-Lev Line. It was
after the war of attrition. Believe
me, every day to us it was a
miracle that some of the fortifi-
cations there didn't cave in on the
boy* that were in them.
The fir*t thing that the Defense
Ministry did was to go all out to
strengthen the Bar-Lev Line, hop-
ing for more, but no! *,
that it would be (. ;.'
extremely Imports i
strengthen that line,
that, wkbin our ;
done everything,
there was a direct hit on o
these bunkers, no terrible tT1
would hapi>en.
I can't tell you 1 u
lions, not just mil:: ,r- jwi
of million*, of dollar*
into it. Contra~to -
tors, nnyixyly who '?. p
to go down there ; worku
it was hard work. Of ^ousjl
co^t much more than :;' w,
planning something r<* fy\
next 10 years. We tab)
time about it. we ,-..., i
bids and see who w.. ihe lu
bidder but. then ai ;ha-
we were right.
Hie ceasefire has
two years. Maybe
sons that it didn't
90 days was becaus
we did in those 9u da; T:
that it's lasted over '
no doubt not becau sada-
to love us more, but becan
sees the Bar-Lev Line whkal
couldn't destroy two yean
and what mala |
could destroy it ow? V.\
couldn't cross the -'
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nhould lu' think ho can
.. it was nol only the
I ingot ill Bar-Lev Lino.
iieJhertnMf e-nornlly in
Hty.
I. i- a war economy from the
ol view that you spend liun-
,, nillions of dollars and it
ate something in the
i:l (ho poople who work
n c intracl <-rnw rich nuirkly.
I ,k it? No! So what are you
to do? So wo (ax them. We
dc mosi highly (axed country
world.
|i ihere arc still many things
which I wouldn't lose any
< nights if wo didn't have
the wealth in sonic groups,
'hat is led. (he weddings
riar Mitzvah's. There are some
i;n_- where neojilo marry off
01 i uighter, a great day. it's
hii' I've never thought that
-- ioy and happiness when
jii.' modestly.
i-linn I-rarl has an ao-
edjred poverty gap* You have
ol tin- plight of homeless
Isn't- there pariMf* ik
for (ewer ooneesslons to
itii immigrants, even perhaps
nporoo halt to Western tan*
\liuii While Israel's spare re-
L the lot or
(In lighters?
her own sons anil
Ansvyj-'j; to One thing,.I'U never
ac ept, do not accept stopping
Immigration, because n xt to secur-
ity there's nothing Israel needs
more than Jews, under all condi-
tions. We brought Jews hero, hun-
dreds of thousands, when wo didn'l
have anything to eat Neve!
We accepted the partitioning of
Palestine, and a Hide tiny state
With the internationalization of
Jerusalem, because we wanted the
key to Haifa port, to take the key
and throw it away. That's basic.
You might just as well sal we
should give up sovereignty for a
few years.
I'm prepared to agree that may-
be we overdid it in our great en-
thusiasm after the 19H7 war, with
Russian Immigrations, which is a
miracle. A second miracle is when
people come from (he Western
world. They're not driven by per-
secution, they don't come here he-
cause they want to imorove their
economic situation. Thank God,
they come to a realization as Jews
that they want to live here, they
want to raise their children here,
they're not running away from
anything hut they're attracted by
the Jewishness of the Jewish state.
Maybe we overdid It. So, all right,
we've lowered the standards now
in the size of flats .
iHit it'-; -i mistake to think wo
are building only for immigrants,
Simultaneously (his year we are
building over fj",030 units and
those thai we started building last
year will come in, part for immi-
grants, part for large families in
substandard housing, and I believe
there are between 10 and 14 thou-
sand units now for young couples.
It doesn't solve all the problems.
but wo are on (he way. There's
one thing I do blame ourselves for
and that is that we've remained
backward in (he housing industry.
We're making experiments now.
There are several systems that are
being used in the country ... I
hope that it won't take loo long
to come out of the woods and that
we'll have modern methods.
Question You have said that
you WOUM prefer the rabbis to
Ihul solutions to personal status
problems, rather than resolve them
by parliamentary legislation. What
is your view ol the role ol re-
ligion in the Jewish state?
Answer To me. it's not a
question of the part of religion in
Continued On Page It-fl
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a Jewifh stale. This ts not a re-
ligious state. It is not a state
basd cm ttie haiaeha. The state is
TWWon Ta"w. TTiat"? how It sho-ild
be and that's how it will be.
The question is not the place of
religion, but the question of mar-
riage and divorce in Jewish life.
not in a Jewish state. And the
question of whether we can afford
a "kulturkampf" in the state and
among the Jewish people. And the
q/m -tion is: Hw to do everything
that is possible that there should
be a Jewish people, not only in the
State of Israel but also outside
Israel.
In the largest Jewish conrr.un-
ity in the world, the United States,
the Jewish people can fade out
through love just by way of
inter-marriage. And the fact is
that the number of mixed mar-
riages are growing Wry, very
rapidly. I haven't taken the sta-
tistics, but I read that out of hun-
dreds of thousands of students on
the campuses, inter-marriage is at
the rate of 20-25';. Some say
30"'.
Now. even if I reduce a certain
number of inter-marriages where
the children will stil! grow up as
Jews, this means that, with no
pressure from outside, the very
existenze of the Jewish people is
in danger and I think the state
has a responsibility not only to-
wards the Jews who are in the
country', but for the existence of
the Jewish people.
Leniency by law here. I have no
doubt, will in turn express itself
as leniency in the rest of the
Jewish world. That I worry about
very much. A state that can be
an ideal model Jewish state for
just a small number of Jews and
without carrying the responsibility
for Jews all over the world to
me. it's not worth fighting for.
not worth so many young people
losing their lives. Just for even
the three million that are here,
that's not enough.
This is my consideration. This
has nothing to do with my I
don't know how to express it
my anger and imoa;ieno\ and
more than that, with rabbis who
haven't found a way to solve the
misery of individuals who suffer.
I know that, in the golah. in
Eastern Europe, small towns and
large towns, there were many more
observant Jews than there are in
Israel. There were no mamzerim.
What does it mean because the
Jews there were all angels? No.
There were ereat rabbis and I'm
sure they didr't allow themselves
to do anything aeainst the halacha.
But. as I said in the Knesset
previously, and I said it over and
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bL* with great hear-. a^j ,1
leviation of the suffering Jzf
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the suffering of a w -an to
was part and par >{ j^
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what the repercussions win,
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suiting in the most terrible
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question. So I drpari it I just
it. I'm angry with our rabbisJ
I don't understand the ot
when thev think there's
simple solution.
So. therefore. I say, the ni
must find a solution so :hat
young men and women, coi
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*Jewisf> Flrricflftn
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
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rJenist thridiari
Friday. September 8 H
l is our privilege fo express
Our appreciation fo our many
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During the past year
We Express Genuine Greetings and
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Birth Control Attitudes In France
Continued From Page 4-0
ing to these religious texts "the
woman has the right to drink a
sterilizing potion in order to be-
come infertile." Therefore, it
would seem, there are no con-
ditions or restrictions.
According to certain sages,
however, there must be a health
motive. They say the texts spec-
ify that the woman could drink
the potion "if her children were
not following the straight and
narrow and if she feared giving
birth to others with similar ten-
dencies."
Judaism does not believe in a
policy of unlimited births. Reli-
gious law is more concerned with
buikting a balanced family with
an optimum of children, brought
up in a harmonious atmosphere
where they can blossom, the
rabbi said.
"It Ls for this reason that Juda-
ism is not against the rhythm
method which calls for will and
moral discipline ather than for a
technique for spacing births,"
Rabbi Gusrenheim said.
Judaism does not explicitly fore-
see the use of- contraceptives ex-
cept in exceptional cases and for
medical reasons. Thus the ma-
jority of religious authorities au-
thorize contraceptives when
nancy threatens the life of the It would seem, thereto-,,
mother or her physical or psychic Judaism brings satisfaeto ."il
equilibrium with all the conse- swers to the modern family
quences this could have on the occupafioas. "partiirularfajS'
peace and harmony of the existing matter of birth control "p ?
family, the rabbi said. Gugcnheim said.
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ridoy. September 8, 1972
fJenisti Her kit air
lomentous Journey From Milwaukee to Jerusalem
| Continual From Page 12-fl
:. want to liw fiore, want to
one Jews, "giyur (conversion*
1 bo without suffering. I'm
a judge, but I've spoken to
bbis who say it, I've spoken to
wry learned people who
ow the halacha not loss than
rabhis do, and they say it, that
, obligatory to do it quickly. I
ou- that there is terrible suffer-
. There's no excuse for it.
j"hi< business of mamzerim is
something we cannot live
In. We cannot say to a child
tur moth, r did or didn't dosome-
ng. therefore out for the rest of
life, for generation upon gen-
liion: L'ntouchables we cannot
And then there's the ques-
i of Cohens who want to marry
orce-'s. .
tabbis, learned men, with the
acha. must use their knowledge
their hearts in order to find
Jition.-. And I've si>oken to
k-nel people, who say that there
I solutions to all these problems.
u.-tion There are criticisms
nit thr IraperionHMW of i-.ra.-i
fn relation-, with the diaspora.
insistence that Jews support
hHclM even il they think the)
| wrong. How do you react to
I criticism?
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f ft*
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IA HAPPY NEW YEAR
Answer We are sensitive to
what Jews in the world think. We
think they have a i-it?ht to express
their opinions, but the only thing r
ask of Jews Ls that they should
know the matter and express an
opinion on the essense. on the
merits of our stand and not be-
cause somebody doesn't like it.
When they say to us, "You are
wrong." and they argue with us,
that's perfectly all right But when
they say, "Your image is no good"
I've often said, if it's a ques-
tion between being alive or having
a nice image after you're dead, I
prefer to remain alive with an
image which is misunderstood.
Those of us who accept the policy
of Israel and are a bit responsible
for making that policy, are eon-
!$?$& MftUft "O-VMUoj: caftriee.,
that we just love to have people
against us.
We think this i.s a question of
to be or not to be. So it deix>nds
upon what level, what plane, the
criticism goes. I must say, I do not
have too much sympathy with the
Jew who says, "If you do not
adopt another policy I will not
give any contribution to the UJA."
We will have to do without it .
too had. Hut not even the United
Nations has accepted the introduc-
tion of sanctions against us.
1972
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The Officers and
The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
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Extend Cordial New Year Greetings To All
OFFICERS
Chairman of the Board....... Max Orovitz
Vice Chairman of the Board...... Baron deHirsch Meyer
President......... Samuel Friedland
Vice President.......... Max V. Cogen
Vice President.......... Edward L. Cowen
Vice President.......... Julius Darsky
Vice President.......... Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Vice President.......... Samuel J. Heiman
Vice President.......... Howard Kane
Vice President.......... Joseph M. Lipton
Vice President.......... Dan B. Ruskin
Vice President.......... Edward Shapiro
Vice President.........: Milton Weiss
Vice President.......... Leonard A. Wien
Secretary............ Shepard Broad
Assistant Secretary....... Paul Faske
Treasurer..........: Leonard L. Abess
Assistant Treasurer......... A. C. Fine
Ex-Officio Samuel Gertner. Executive Vice President
TRUSTEES
James M. Albert Hank Meyer
L. Jules Arkin Benjamin Meyers
Jerry Blank Harry L. Nathenson
Harold Brown W. James Orovitz
David P. Catsman Clifford Perlman
Joseph H. Davidson Mrs. Abraham Ribicoff
Robert S. Feldman Julius M. Rosenberg
Sydney Gans Marshal E. Rosenberg
Robert Z. Greene Mrs. James H. Ruby
Louis Hand Robert RUSsell
Isadore Hecht Herman L. Shaw
Henry Keller Car| susskind
Milton Kelner Ma.'colm Woldenberg
B.ng Kossoff Louis Wo|fson>
Sydney Levison Lewis E Zom
Arthur Mark
LIFE TRUSTEES
Col. Jacob M. Arvey S. C. Levenson
f3 Iank J. Gerald Lewis
ffn *|umu Leon Lowenstein
MaC ^ache A. j. Mo|ask
Sam A. Goldstein Stan|ey Myer$
Abraham Goodman Joseph M Rose
Morris Goodman, M.D. Jacob Sher
Paul R. Gordon WiNiam D s
Mrs^ S. Harvey Greenspan Harry Sirkin
Nathan S. Gumenick Joseph Stein
f' J' aJr,S Abe W. Waxenberq
Samuel Kann CaH Wejn|<|e
Aaron M. Kanner Louis E Wo|f$on
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1972
JUDGE and MRS.
ARDEN M. SIEGENDORF
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EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY SEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS
A Happy New Year To All ". .
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Phone 271-5533
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President Paul E. Bell
The Attempt To Convert Moscow's Great
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Mllur lUrtnf Emeritus J.T.A.)
(EMTOR> NOTE: Thin is a chapter from
Mr. Smolar' foithcomine book on the
high points of Ms career as a journalist
and foreign correspondent.)
Jewish tourists from the Americas -- ami
those from other countries as well when
they visit Moscow now, make it a point to see
the Great Choral Synagogue there, the last
citadel of Jewfcb traditionalism in the Soviet
capital. Whether or not they are religious, the
Moscow I) nagogue is for these Jews the onl>
attractive Jewish address in the Soviet Union
BIT XOXE of these foreign Jews knows,
that this imposing synagogue, situated only a
few minutes walk from the Kremlin, very
nearly became a Workers' Club in 1928 as a
result of demands that were made by Mos-
cow Jewish Communist.*. The danger was
averted only after I succeeded in persuading
Soviet Vice President Piotr Smidovitsh and
Commissar of Culture Anatole Lunatcharski
to take an interest in the matter.
Vice President Smidovitsh was an excep-
tionally wonderful person. One of the older
intellectual Communists, he was a very' good-
natured individual and very sensitive to Jew-
ish feelings. In addition to being Vice Presi-
dent of the U.S.S.R., he was also Commissar
of Religious Aliairs as well as chairman ot
the Soviet Governmental Committee (COM-
ZETi. which was concerned with helping a>-
classed Jews settle on the land as fanners
Actually, my friendship with him had it. otf.
gin in the contact which I. as correspondent
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Mos-
cow, developed with him as a consequence ot
these two of his various oositions.
Of Commissar Lunatcharski it Is enoush
to recall that although Hebrew was almost
entirely forbidden in the Soviet Union as a
result of the influence of the "Yev*ektia" -
the Jewish section of the Communist Party
Lunachharski nevertheless, in 1918. one
year after the Communist Revolution, helped
organize the Hebrew language theatre troupe,
Habimah.
BOBX EN MOSCOW, Habimah (with some
of its original members, among them the
actress Chana Rovina, is now the State The-
atre of Israel. With the aid of Lunatcharski it
was even possible for the Habimah group to
go abroad for guest performances and then to
return to the Soviet Union. This was' true
until 1925, when the ..troupe became p-rma-
nent residents of Palestine.
Were it entirely up to Lunatcharski. who
was a highly cultured person, Hebrew ivouid
have remained a living language in the Soviet
Union. But Lunatcharski was under a con-
siderable amount of pressure from leader^ o:
the Yevsektsia, who regarded Hebrew as an
expression of Zionism, which- they gtvatly
opposed. Nevertheless, he kept one eye closed
to the fact that even as much as 10 yean
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Synagogue Into A Clubhouse
after Hip revolution Hebrew religious books
were being printed in various cities of the
Soviet Union such as Berditshev, Zhitomir,
Minsk, Slutsk and Bobroisk.
To this day I have in my archives a small
volume by the Rabbi of Slutsk, Ezekiel Ab-
ramki. II is printed in Hebrew and is entitled
Yigdal Torah. It was published in Bobroisk in
1927 at the Komunatrost Press and with the
permission of the area censor. The volume
treats of "Torah and Casuistry" and couJd
not have api>eared without the consent of
Umatcharsld, since he was Minister of Cul-
ture.
AS LATE AS April 7, 1928 more than
10 years after the Bolshevik Revolution
while Lunatcharski was still Commissar of
Culture, the Moscow newspaper Ernes, lead-
ins Yiddish Communist orjran, published an
angry article allojrins that Hebrew books were
still being printed in Bobroisk ami Berditshev.
The article related that in Bobroisk a private
publisher had nut out 85,000 copies of Hebrew
books "which received wide distribution."
In Berditshev, the article complained, 100.-
OdO religious volumes had been printed. Al-
though bis name was not mentioned in the
article, the charge was, of course, aimed at
Lunatcharski for permitting such things to
pctiir. Emes did not dare come out openly
against Lunatcharski personally.
How did I come to be drawn into efforts
io help avert the implementation of the de-
cision to transform the Moscow synagogue
one of the very largest in all the Soviet
Union into a Workers' Club?
BACK IX 1928, when this was about to
happen, the Moscow .community still counted
many thousands of, traditionalist Jews who
were members of synagogues. Many of them
were not completely Orthodox, but in Soviet
Russia all the synagogues are still Orthodox
-just as they were in Tsarist Russia. Rus-
sian Jewry has no knowledge of Reform Juda-
ism or of Conservative Synagogue*. If anyone
is a member of any synagogue it can only
be one conducted in the Orthodox tradition.
The traditional clement of the Jewish com-
munity of Moscownot only the very re-
ligious, but also those who had little con-
tact with the synagogue except on holidays
-expressed great indignation when it be-
came known that at the end of June, 1928
the Yevsoktsia the Jewish section of the
Communin Patty had applied to the Mu-
nicipal Soviet of Moscow with a request that
it order the conversion of the Great Choral
Synagogue Into a Workers' Club.
Although they knew it was a dangerous
thing for them to do, some of the leaders of
the directorate of the Moscow Choral Syna-
gogue decided to begin gathering signatures
on a petition to the Moscow Soviet in which
they expressed opposition to ihe demand of
the Yevsektsia. In those years it was still
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