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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
u:r.e 47 Number 37
Micmi, Florida Friday, September 13, 1974
Eleven Sections $2.00
9& JKasLnak 5735 1974


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Friday. September 13, ;*
Federation's Annual Meeting
Scheduled Thursday Night
The 36th Annual Meeting and
Dinner of the Greater M;
Jewish Federation will take
place Thursday night. Sept. 19.
at the Carillon Hotel.
I'm looking forward to greet-
ing hundreds
of Federation
members and
friends." said
Toby (Mrs.
Leon a rdl
F r i e d 1 a.n d
chairman of
arrangements
"along with
leaders of all
the members
of the Fed-
eration fam-
ily of agencies. This is the most
important business meeting of
the year for Federation, which is
,nore and more the central agen-
cy of Jewish life for Greater Mi-
ami.
Toby fr\rt\uni
"The Arrangements Commit-
tee has provided for an interest-
ing and enjoyable evening. 01
count, along with the business,
quite a number of people will
want to help us in honoring our
president. David F. Fleeman. and
1974 campaign chairman. Mor-
ton Silberman."
The dinner will begin at 7:30
p.m. with cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
The evening's agenda also in-
includes the honoring of Morris
Futernick. Esabell H. Gettis and
Howard F. Scott, who will re-
ceive President's Leadership
Awards.
The evening's business includes
X\.e annual election of the slate
of officers, board of directors an-1
board of governors, as submitted
by the Federation Nominating
Committee.
Reservations and information
about the event may be obtained
by contacting Michael Meyer at
the Federation office.
Irvin W. Katz. M. Ed.
Educational Consultant
APTITUDE TESTING
CAREER GUIDANCE
ACADEMIC MOTIVATION
COLLEGE ADMISSION COUNSELING
SCHOOL SELECTION AND PLACEMENT
By Appointment
407 LINCOLN ROAD
532-4848
Community And Temple Memorial
Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
5900 S.W. 77th Avenue Ttl: 274-0641
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1974
10:00 AJA.
RABBI MICHAEL EISEMSTAT
Temple Jifdeo
1:00 P.M.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion
3:30 P.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
ALL OF THE JEWISH PUBLIC ARE INVITED
i>
Sapir Paints
Gloomy Men
Of Latins
TEL AVIV (JTAi A
gloomj | Id ire of the lit
of Jews tn Latin America a.- fai
as their tics to Judaism at.
corned was painted by Pinhas
Sapir, chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist Or-
ttion Executive, on hit w
turn from an extended visit t
Jewish communities in that re-
gion.
Sapir, Who s;xnt time in Me\:
co. Colombia, P<-ru. Brazil. Ar-
p ntina. Uruguay and Ven.viw I
said the situation was disco1 irag'
ing because "Jewish education
there is veo' shallow and does
not embrace the entire Jewish
population.'*
HE said that T5 percent of
the Jewish populations in the
cointiies lie visited had no con-
nections with Judaism through
studies or educational institu-
tions.
He expressed se-ious concern
over the high incidence of mixed
marriages and said that eW in
cases where the non-Jewish
spouse converts, the children do
not receive a Jewish education.
Sapir said that while Jewish
youth movements proliferate in
Latin America, only 100 Jewish
youths emigrated to Israel from
that region last year.
HE ATTKIBI'TEU the aliyah
lag to Israel's security situation
and to gloomy letters received
from earlier emigres.
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Our New Year wish is to
make Israel strong Buy
Israel Bonds and give to the
CJA-Joint Emergency Fund
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ood Wishes on the New Year
To the Jewish Community
At. and Mrs. Leonard Ziibert
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin
THE MEN'S CLUB
of the
M8AMI JEWISH HOME
AND HOSPITAL
FOR THE AGED
(DOUGLAS GARDENS)
15! N.E. 52ND STREET, MIAMI
Fred D. Hirt, Executive Director
Wishes to extend best wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year
to all people
throughout the world
4 4 ? ft ? ft
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LAWRENCE SHVERMAN, PRESIDENT
Washington
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Friday, September 13, 1974
^Jenisf FfrrJdffair?
Page 3-A
U.S. Will be Supplier Peres
JERUSALEM (JTA) De-
(. Minister Shimon Peres said
would continue to re
. United States u
source of arms supplies
e France's decision to end
, ear-Ola errlbarj i
m i ts to Israel an I the
, inOtt>
,. j lestlons on a ra-
television interview,
gaid there were oniy two
ee of modem, so-
weoponry in the
_ the U.S. and the Soviet
Un '
FRANCE, he said, cannot re-
the U.S. as an aims source
rael in the foreseeable fu-
ture.
The Defense Minister dis-
that Israel has received a
from Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo,
Ihe commander of the United
Nations Emergency Force
(UNEF), advising the govern-
iei (1 a request to coordinate
the times and locations of Rus-
sian mine-sweeping operations
in the Gulf of Suez.
a ik-
ed the end of a scries of p.
attic aaftlaU b* Seriet .-....-.;
- two week*.
Peres .'aid Ihe incident? bpcsn
two weeks aero when Russian
minesweepers and helicopters
for the first time crossed a line
that Israel and Egypt ha by the
facio agreement establ d at a
midnoint in th Gulf f -^arat"
their respective territorial
waters.
HE SAID Israel promptly
lodged a complaint with UNEF
and the Russians halted their
violations, but resumed them
four days ago.
.........HMI "i ,'',|fc"
Credits
Reproductions of drawings
and paintings on Pages 1-A,
29-B, 1-C, 3-C. 7-C. 11-C, 8-D
and 15-D are from the book.
The Hasidim," by Ira Mos-
with text by Isaac
Bashevii Singer.
The photograph frontis-
piecc of Sec. F. featuring a
ite view of Babi Yar.
and the text and photo-
tar the articles. "A
Soviet Woman Bucked
item and Suffer-
ed Did She Win?" and
II Here They Shot the
Jews?" have been specially
i I for The Jewish
Floridi&n by the Student
Stl gli for Soviet Jewry.
The photograph on Page
: women soldiers in
the Armj of Israel; the
. ice essay, "The
are Formidable Now."
bj Ehud Va'ari, on Page 1-1:
tni photo frontispiece show-
ing "Israel's New Profile."
on Pa;e 1 J and the illustra-
tions on Pages 5-J and H-J
are published with the spe-
cial permission of "Israel
Today."
The Embassy of the Fed-
eral Republic of West Ger-
many shared its files with
The Jewish Floridian for
the publication of the photo
\ ..! Springer, which ap-
; ars with the special reoort
to us from Bonn by Roif
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Siilasvuo again was advised ol
atioi and was told thai
Israel had no objection to the
-.A mine-clearing operations
..'. they were carried out j
in ci^;:.......' coordination!
with Israeli fur;
t
Several provocative actior. by
the Russians followed, including
last .Tuesday's v.aterhose "at-
tack" on Israeli naval patrol
boats by a Russian mine-sweeper. I
ut the delivery of Siilasvuo's.
note marked an end to the inci-
dents, Peres said.
Kn said the Meaun Earned
was that if a small nation does
not stand firm against a great
i ov.er on relatively minor mat-
ters, it may eventually find itself
in confrontation on important
matters.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5735
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCF"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodtawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday. September 22nd, 1974
10:00 A.M.
Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE AND
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSC AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa locka Blvd.)
Sunday, September 22nd, 1974
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Sol Landau Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
WILL OFFICIATE
C^e meteru
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites you to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday Sept. 22,1974
eondueted by
RABBI MICHAEL B. EISENSTAT
TEMPLE JUDEA
10:00 A.M.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
TEMPLE ZAMORA
10:15 A.M.
Cantor Mcur.ce Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
O
M

SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
KYMAN CHABNER
President
FREDRIC P.OSENTHAL
Vice President
RALoI MAXWELL BERGER
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION f
OF KENDALE
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI DAVID M. BARRON
TEMPLE OR OLOM
12:30 P.M.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1:15 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:30 P.M.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Section K (Richter Mausoleum)
RABBI JOSEPH R. NAROT
2:00 P.M.
For Further InfoT^'Mon
Call MO 1-7493


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Fridcry. September
In our Rosh Hashona Edition 5735. we have taken a
look at the outgoing year and tried to ascertain the main
trends of the year as they applied to Jews both here and
abroad.
Typically, the impact of the Yam Kippur War threads
like a recurrent theme throughout the edition. It reflects
the shock sustained, but not yet over, of an Arab attack
on Israel just one year ago, on the &? of the most holy
day in the Jewish calendar.
AND IT reflects the shock of how close the Arabs
came to achieving their destructive goal and of the strain-
ed condition in which Israel finds itself today, and will
continue to find itself for years to come, from the enorm-
ous effort expended in a brilliant and successful self-de-
fense.
This theme cpart, we have attempted to examine
several others that we consider of primary significance:
The new and formidable voice of a Palestinian
presence in the Middle East. (See Sec. I and T). In re-
lated articles, we examine what this voice means to Is-
rael's future whether the terrorist and other political
instruments of war the Arabs are wielding against Israel
today will get them what they want at Israel's expanse.
Also, just hew much Israel will have to pay to win some
guarantee of survival if, indeed, she can win any at
all without renewed war.
The status of Soviet Jews. (See Sec. F and G). In
these sections of our New Year Edition, we begin with
Yevgeni Yevtushenko's "Babi Yar," the poem heard
round the world that alerted mankind to Moscow's sys-
tematic and brutual repression of Jewish religious and
cultural life. And we study the role of the Soviet Union's
own heroes, the "refusniks," those Jews who will not sub-
mit to Russian oppression and who continue to demand
the right to emigrate. Also, we observe the role of the
free world, particularly the United States, in pressuring
official Soviet policy to turn away from its traditional
police state methods and to permit emigration as a basis
for granting it Most Fcvored Nation status.
JEWISH LIFE in strange and exotic places. (See
Sec. E). Whether in the Caribbean or in such far-away
places as Morocco and Albania, Jews pursue as Jewishly-
oriented a liie as possible within the confines of political
and social restrcints imposed upon them by the alien
societies they have edepted as their own. Still, they sur-
vive, and in some pieces, they flourish and even prosper.
As they greet Rosh Kashona 5735 with the Jewish com-
munities of America, Europe end Israel, what are their
chances for the future?
(Also in Sec. E, we examine the status of Latin Amer-
ican Jewry and the Impact of a growing Arab influence
among our neighbors to the south. And, in an article by
one expert, "Arabs May Control New Year Hopes Life in
Latin America," the unhappy possibilities are studied of
a renascence of anti-Semitism :n Latin America as an
aspect of growing Arab prestige.)
The agony of Watergate. (See Sec. D). Hera, we
speculcte on the intense ievel of pain suffered by Amer-
ican Jiwry at the resignation of President Nixon. On the
one hand, American and Israeli Jewry will never forget
Mr. Nixon's active defense of Israel's right to exist end
to defend herself against Arcb attack in the Yom Kippur
War his prompt funneling of American war material
into Israel: hands as Israel's own guns, bullets and planes
began to give out in the brutal test of her capacity to sur-
vive end prsvail over the enemy.
ON THE other, there was a Jewish community, di-
vided with the rest of the nation, over their feelings about
the President's transgressions in office, but doubly torn
between the desire to defend him for his support of Israel
and the need to see the highest office in the land cleansed
of the irresponsible use of presidential power.
The meaning of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur,
which in the end is what our special edition is really all
about. This theme is also implicit in our entire New Year
Edition, but it is examined in particular detail in Sec. C
the historic meaning of the holidays, their religious pur-
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Volume 47
Friday, September 13, 1974
Number 37
26 ELUL 5734
South :ic::::j Jewi to the
cu:^c.:.v. ;
loxthropically, as a total See
Sic. B,'. These ere c sev-
eral of our leadi c
ties declare in messages greeting the New
Year. We may have me in 5734
will be there :o meet ac. and
:':.= i-.cpe is offered -iiat we v ill meet them as
forthrightly as bc-fore.
WE DO not sugges*, by any means,
thai we have exhausted the major thsrr.es,
OX that ail of them have been represented.
On the eve of Rosh Hashona, the;"e is a
new challenge. Torn as American Jewry is
over the fate cf a previous President, there
era growing feelings that in President Ford's
precipitious pardon of him, justice has
eluded us again.
That the people's right to know just
what Waiergate was all about has been
shortcircuited; that there is a double stand-
crd of justice plaguing the nation- that the
role of the special prosecutor, the Congress
end the Grand Jury have been usurped by
an appointed Chief Execu.ive who might
have been more careful about binding up
the nation's wounds, es he promised,
rciher man throwing new handsful of salt In-
to them with further presidential power
plays no President ought to feel he has the
righl to exercise, and this one particularly,
because he did not win his '.enure ct the bal-
lot box.
THEN, there is the aftermath rf last
year's Ycm Kippur War in Israel, to which
we have merely alluded here, and which is
examined in some detcil in essays like
'Nixon end Brezhnev Tried to Solve' the
Mideast Problem" end "High Priority Item
ace" Sec .' Beer-
..... r. Sovi
. nent" end "A Liberal Enemy M*
i Say
C: re d Rosh Hash i
Rat .; .. n N it
I a gathering of the Conference 4
j. .. rVeifare Organizations. And form-
Premier Golda Meir will bo
-. ted States later ::i December to help r.r.:."
us the unhappy story of her country's sucis.
Ihe political promem plagumq Isrce. >
day is t-ven more dangerous than the ecc:-
om.c problem.
THERE ARE those who say Rabin il
strong enough to withstand the press-'
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wffl
applying en Israel during his October *
to the Middle East to make further corc
sions to the Arabs in the name of peaces-
that the doughty little nation would j"
been better off with a stouter hearted M
Meir still at the helm. (See "President Fc
A New-Old Friend in the White Hot*
(Page2-D).
Adding to these problems is the**
tinuing "Who is a Jew?" issue, still us
solved, stiil sapping the energies of tne ^
bin government almost beyond en^n^
cops with Israel's Religious Bloc, **
man as and ought to have at least some-.
reser.tetion in in 3 Knesset. .^
ROSH HASHONA. the New Yecr. Wj
ever its date. 5J34. 5735. or the neX1. ^
end the next str:tching into futu i
- all of them are a stage on which r*
ed out the destiny of man. .-.*;
In this edition, we hop3 we baj^J
some light on part of that stage-
Tovc.


Triday,"^>->tember 13, 1974
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The Day of the Sounding of the Horn.
The sound of the Shophar (Ram's Horn) rings
any ears and touches many hearts, because
mbolizes the goals toward which all
kind is striving.
A modern Jewish scholar tells us:
"The Shophar is a call to man to hear the
sounds of weeping humanity; to feel the
unspeakable pain of the world.
And to resolve to do battle against all those
forces working for man's oppression and
subjugation. That the day might come when
the tear is wiped from every cheek and sigh
from every lip."
How fitting it is, then, that the Shophar is
sounded on Yom Teruah, the 1 st day of the month
of Tishri, the beginning of the New Year.
This Holy Festival is so revered a part of
Jewish life that it has not just one, but four
designations:
Yom Teruah (The Day Of The Sounding
Of The Horn).
Rosh Ha Shanna (The Beginning Of The Year)
Yom Ha-Din (The Day Of Judgement).
Yom Ha Zikaron (The Day Of Remembrance).
Each name, each thought has its own
significance for this, the first of the Ten days of
Awe which end in Yom Kippur, the Day of
Atonement. Truly Yom Teruah is a time to welcome
the New Year by reassessing the values one sets
on life: reaffirming the faith in G-d, rekindling the
spirit of hope and peace for all mankind.
May you be inscribed in the Book of Life
for a good year.
RIVERSIDE ,
Memorial Chapei. inc. /Funeral Directors
MIAMI BEACH: 1920 Alton Road at 19th Street/53M1SI ]
Miami. No. Miami Beach, Hollywood, Surmss.
Murray N. Rubin, F.D.


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Friday, Soptexbt, 13
Early Holiday Deadline
Due to an advanced deadline for this staek's to e the R -
Hasho::a Edition ol The Jew i.iian. local and nati
ne^j there.v.e leal
usual.
Pa n that many local vows item have
Ui next iwaak's edition, dated Sept 20.
We want to taka note of the fact that Mm
i precluded coverage Imartty election
of winners
Od l wMl aho bo ; ..Wished in our Sept 26
1.500 Mitzpeh Ramon
Residents Stage Strike
Bonn Favors Israel Guarantee
TEL AVIV (JTA) More
people, virtually the
, .-: i, ; .. tzpefa
Rimon I --':) ia the central
Se jei went on a banger
to ;. -.1 aged
h the* v -
town with continuing decay
and isolat
>ple rejected a
l.i '' Pi
Yil n to call off their
Ul shops, bu s
nesses and h a were
lay
Tin: MAIN oomplaint of
Mitzzpeh Rim in dtizeni il
ban
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ell.
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a< a midpoint on the road be
I en Beer [harajr w
eastward I pats thr u)
one of Lsri
n it areas. Scarce]
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Bast peace settlement.
Schroedw -' this
a ;jx mem1) -r I
D of the Bund..
foreign affairs
.. with Premier Yil
Rabin He they had a
ranging and -frank" talk oil '
... | .,. ill latioa.
scHRorniK. who is a 1<
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EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FCx A
HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR .,
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fjfn-iili fkrSctSjtr,
Pcge 7-A
Israel Studies End of Embargo
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
knouncement Aug. 2S in Parl
Trance ended its Middl..
isi arms embargo is still being
carefully in Israel. The
Jitial official reaction has been
L of (ii--crect silence.
|The Foreign Ministry spokes-
an said merely that Israel
huld want to examine the
tactical meaning" of the an
luDcement, and especially of
statement that arms sales
Du!d be approved after exam-
Bfi'ii of each individual case.
IE SAID that Asher Ben
Natan, Israel's Ambassador to
ee, who is currently vaca-
tioning in Israel, will return
shortly to Paris and hold talk
with French officials on this
subject.
Meanwhile, nongovernmental
commentators here all say th?
event presages an increase and
diversification of arms now flow-
ing into the Mideast. They expect
that Egypt in particular will
benefit from the French decision.
It will no longer have to resort
to subterfuges to obtain French
arms and at the same time will
be able to exploit Srance's new
readiness to se'l arms openly to
all corners as a lever to obtain
Soviet arms, of which Cairo has
b.'cn starved in post-Yom Kippui'
War months.
ISRAEL, too, wiil obviously
avail itself, subtly and discreetly,
of the available option of buying
French hardware in its arm
dealings with Washington where
certain articles have still been
hard to come by for the Israeli
ministers and generals sent there
on purchasing missions in recent
weeks, these commentators note.
Basically, however, Israel is
cvivrted to remain an American-
supplied state in most fields of
weaponry, at least for the fore-
seeable future.
In the long run. most realistic
observers here agree, the lifting
of the French embargo will
mn that the Mideast arms race
will become a matter of money
rather than of politics. Here, of
course, I'rael is at the intense
disadvantage. Even the arms it
currently receives from the U.S.
are given in grants or easy
credits, with very little paid foi
in cash.
THE FRENCH, on the other
hand, are in the business purely
for commercial reasons, and he
credits or other help in buying
their wares can be expected or
would be sought.
Thus, there can be for Israel
no realistic "alternative'" to
American arms with their con-
commitant American pressures
in the form of Franco because
even French arms would in the
final analysis nave to be paid for
with American money.
(In Washington, the St I I
Department declined specific
comment on the French announ-
cement. An official said it was
an internal decision for the
French government, adding. "I
would say we are certain that
the French government shares
our desires to achieve a peaceful
settlement in the Middle East
and to assure the maintenance of
the present ceasefire." He ex-
pressed confidence that the
implementation of the decision
"will reflect this view.")
Ford Backs
Off From
Jerusalem
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
IR'ASHINGTQN (JTA)
i lent Gerald Ford backed
By on Aug. 28 from his 1972
that the United States
Ivi its embassy in Israel from
v. i to Jerusalem where 1"<
'iii now locate their
I
firsl news conference
... o fic< Aug. 9, the
. I to :i (HI '-
iposal of two
i si) Ing, "Undei
n i > and the
of : t'iii- a just anil
i the Middle
: .- i..- iposal ought i
f'l.'li ADDED, -We must
it i so am
It n I- and the Ar.
i to achieve a
I at is both fair and
I
remark and his rev
B : fstio i to move th<
issy to Jerusalem wen
ttlly references
I isl conflict. As
p Minority Leader o'
r 17, 1972, the then Con
sman of Michigan told a
ganintion of America
I meeting in Cleveland
Nixon Administi
- : the U.s. Embass]
em.
- -ion. however, was
President Nixon and
"ary of State
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Friday, Ssptember 13, ig7<
| Ford Must
Cut Amnesty
\ Both Ways
By the time this is published.
President Ford will have an-
nounced his progiam tor am-
nesty for those who illegally
evaded military service during
the Vietnam War. It will be a
program which will not satisfy
those who beiicve that there
should be a blanket amnesty
a clean sweep of the slate with-
out penalty of any sort and
certainly will not satisfy these
who agree with our former
President Z".\or..
To him "Amnesty means for-
giveness the price for desert-
ers is a criminal penalty ... if
they want to return to <>-e
I'r-it--' States they must pay the
penalty."
(THE ABOVE paragraph
and the entire <'hunn
were written befOM ia>t
Sunday's iine\i voted grant
of a iiil* pardon to R'ctaard
Nixon. Nothing in the col-
umn needs Jo Ik- Changed,
except to point '' '
oils: if the price for \i\on'*
attempt t> ateal the coun-
try, to evade and ibtert i ie
( onetltuttan, :>ot a crln -
n.il penalty, then I K*li
new President and the na-
tion cannot treat the youn .
men who erred any dif-
fer! ntly).
( .,: new P '-
tarian approach I blem
les at a point tn the Hel rew
ndar when i
conscious "'. s, I e-
tance, of what t us be-
lieve to be the n^ Vie ethii .
values of our religion. The High
Holy Days, which begin next
Monday, make great demand on
us for personal introspection, for
rememi ering, for change. And it
is one of the strengths of Ju-
daism that promises made to God
may be wiped clean but commit-
ments made to one's fpllow man
are not so easily erased.
SINCE Tin: end of American
involvement in Ind< china, ma
Jewish organizations have taken
., .-.>". '
COMMENT

public stands in favor of "un-
conditional amnesty". The Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, for one,
maintains that, as I expect Pres-
ident Ford to pro;x>se, alterna-
tive service should not be a con-
dition for amnesty since it wojld
necessarily prolong the divisive
r.ess created by the Vietnam
War. And of course the re igio-s
comm-nity, the Central Confer-
ence of Ameiican Rabbis and
Lin.on of American Hebrew Con-
gregations among them, has join-
ed in the demand.
The late RabLi Abraham Hes-
c'e.. one or the gieat scholars
and humanitarian figures of oj:
tune, was a long opponent oi oar
Vietnam Involvement and at the
Inti rreligio .s Confeience on A
nestj shortly befo.e he died he
,. .; | what arc these ng
guilt/? hey are gui t.
Ints ea dei i hat all hi m
.- i see iv...en :t ;.- ;.
lat?) that the war in V. : lam
.. a m : .. oial, a .
acvent i : it ... I
.'... ... Gun the ili
.. .- Ie......11
e voi
tl at ..
,. ati n in .: an .... ...
.
si the word "il.egalli i
t i aft delil e ateiy because i.
ise ari hi nest about it we mu
that, by and '.a:
the middle c'.ass, white, well-
. aieo young men were spared
Lorn t.ie military service. Th
found refuge in college dei
ments, in teaching jobs, in con
soehtkus oajec*.: n they had
the resources to beat the mili-
tary game "legally" or. if t!
did not go so far as to duck the
haft, they knew enough to re-
fuse induction rather than dese:t
later on. a more serious offense.
. .e u...: ictoie, on a.:
nts, including diahonora
barges, is again one of ra:.i;
nation.
h -tile nncdon of the
.' te ;:ns of Foreign Wars -at
.: --'i. n President I rd
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tfie test Jewish tradition.V
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+Jew is* fh rid for
Page 9-A
Both Ways
Continued from Preceding Page
Lt he returns to Thee and live.
Wide open are the gates of
i., forgiveness '.or all who truly
El t be reconciled with Thee",
and while it is not for us to play
God, it surely is asked us of
during these awesome days that
we consider deeply pur relations
with one another in our common
humanity.

Russia's New Middle East
Policy Threat to Israel
By ZEEV BENSHLOMO
|Ln(lon Chronicle Syndicate
ISsia has .embarked on a new
H,cv in the Middle East, one
) ch although it carries with it
[ p.ssibility of renewed rela-
ys with Israel, is fraught with
not only for the Jewish
it also for many other in-
l^niicnt nations in the region.
This new policy is to be dis-
c in an authoritative 10,000-
j art ii-lc published in Izvestia
instalments over the last
, eeks and written by the
- er's editor. Lev Tolku-
U ["HOUGH IT criticizes the
i the Egyptians and
ikes the Syrians (ap-
[ -. their hastiness ''
their relations with
States its n ain i'on-
the Palestinians and
the forging of a
. istrument in the
si
is to the moderate
-. and its message is
si ouid take their place
i negotiating table
the sovereign Arab
. thee on. the Soviet
plainly foresees a situation
will help it reap advan-
|es leyond restitution of the
lghts of the Palestin-
i> \fa.'Tfne Soviet leader-
r.as now achieved that wider
nsus of opinion which was
l; when it was faced with
"I cm of how to respond
Its misting of the Soviet
rs in- 197-', the Yom Kippur
and its- aftermath and Sa-
ubsequent turning to the
reached this degree of
-. the-Soviet leaders will
:.! to satisfy themselves
.... the military and political;
shave been taken into !
itton and that the Army
; ro\ed the thinking behind [
i. tween Tolkunovs ,
!v new policy is designed |
...-images for the USSR ;
h;:. the existing framework of |
while taking advantage |
oak and "divided Euroi>e
nomic vulnerability the
Mans expect will increase
ears.
WAS also predicated on the
i fore President Nixon's
jnation, that there are two
remaining before the next
al election in the
StaUp, a per'd during
ph the C.S. can be expected
; iffer internal discord and
kened central authority.
hat they have now clearly
ken to do is to exploit the
I'1 itionary potential*' of the
Istinians.
he.i line of thinking echoes
of a member of the polit-
fcau of the Jordanian Com-
pt Party who, writing in the
[inform monthly, Problems of
Ce and Socialism, predicted
a "progressive Palestinian
on the West Bank" would
about the downfall of King
sein's regime and expand to
in the whole of Jordan.
THE same time, the "rev-
lonary potential" of the Pal-
pian diaspora is also thrown
the balance. Well aware of
fading role now played by
Stinians in the internal ad-
ministration of Kuwait and other
oil-rich sheikhdoms In the Per- !
sian Gulf, Izvestia looks to them
to initiate matching "progressive
changes" in that area.
But, fearful lest these moves
be directed by "unreliable" lead-
ers of the Sadat type, the Rus-
sians are looking to the establish-
ment of a Palestinian govern-
ment-in-exile formed from a co-
alition of nationalists and Com-
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Friday, September 13,
137<
E. Germans to Eye Reparations
By JOSEPH POLAROFF
WASHINGTON fJTA)
Claims by victim! at Nazi perse-
cution ami others against the
German Democratic Republic
will be discussed by that coun-
try and the United States follow-
ing their signing of an agreement
here Wednesday establishing dip-
lomatic relations between the
two countries, the State Depart-
ment said Friday.
The issue of claims. Depart-
ment spokesman Robert Ander-
son said, responding to questions
from the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, was the topic of "full and
- -mm" duiing the
talks between the Fast German
and American delegations in July
when they were negotiating dip-
ploniatic relations.
WHILE THE claims issue is
not a part of the agreement it-
self. Anderson said, a discussion
on them will be held "sometime"
after diplomatic relations are
opened. The agreement to be
signed will result in the estab-
lishment of emhassies in East
Berlin and Washington.
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Other State Department sources
Immediately concerned with the j
matter of claim* told JTA that
the claims discussions will be I
held "early" after the agreement
is signed but they could not fix
any dates.
According to these sources,
the claims by victims of Nazism
or their heirs could be taken up
with the Hast German govern-
ment either through the U.S. For-
eign Claims Commission or the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims against Germany, which
had negotiated directly with the
West German government on re-
parations.
"We are encouraging some
kind of direct talks," a Depart-
ment specialist told JTA. allud-
ing to the Jewish organization.
IN ANY case, he indicated,
the commission will seek to reg-
ister all claims against East Ger-
many, including those who were
not American citizens at the time
of the persecutions.
The commission, the special si
said, will seek to notify vi I
or their heirs to file cli
thro tgh advei tisi ments ui n
newspa ers and othi r w
However, the details of the pro-
res hai e not b< i ed,
EAST OERMAX1
' i now refused to ac
kno\ el :
tions to \;i ;
\ ictims, tring il was n
"i the Nazi ecul n.
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Arab Peace Cairt be One-Sided-Da van
HANNESBURG (JTA) bra mer Defense '
. Da an told an aidience he.e t .at
.<>
L, ith tho A:ab states nv-t he fair ar. i -.ever nn^-side 1.
t!:eie is*deadlock, we will have r?> live with d adlock." I
leltveririf the keynote add ird South African
inference in a packed Johai
,\L\ \\ strkssed Israel's
l ng need
for We
i! and maximum dia-
.at "the Araha are
strongej "i evi
ish life in the golah is
" he said that Zionists
Bte 'lavish life in
| Simulate maxi-
tor Israel.
Israel i an take care
ind yon in the
ire f the Jew Ish peo-
.; leclared.
thai unlike previi is
1 I-.,- i, I.'
ii war '-: n< the
ii ii ns which Is
, wanted and w
11 intin le at Gene-
: to negotiate ......
laid, "but we
d the formula i I
'. m lean that the
ie to this
\-. iti iting canrn I
'I; ey mual
ael will
i >to no Jess :. an the Ai
REGARDING THE ludea ai
Sam ia re ii ns ;: th< We i
. >a; an said i!
abie I : ever l
: from settling in any
: E their hist e an I
l's Amb issad South
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( ipeni ision ol
the col
I ettled j is
cov ;v the L'nite
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1 ingin t greetings I th<
'..-. I, .". n nenl to tl p
in that I
i were
o their un te I str ; [ie
trials ma
Mi ues were read "
il ak '' in u
chairman of the
ii Worl I Zionisl l :
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Friday. Septerab* V.

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U.S. Mum on Contact With Palestinians
WASHJJiGTON \- i JTA
The State Bepartneeat-discu&*yl ,
it $om*]?ngth. Iwit without*
Offering -Tiny clear answer, the
matter of VS. contacts with the
Palestine Liberation Organi/a-
iion (PLO).
At a briefing for newsmen, the
Jewish T 1 'graphic A ,< ncj ask
oil whether the U S. and th<
Pl.O were edging toward hi
level talks on the Pale
iblem and its place i'i th<
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ed
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denied that the^organization was
prepared to."uafloial( with Vie
BB. or that** bis*I4d any con^
tacts with the Americans.
Some sources here said that
both reports, while manifestly
contradictory* actually were ac
curate inasmuch as the Cairo
version is unofficial and a 'trial
b. lioon." while the Beirut report
is i since no discussions
have taken pi as yet.
I\ HIS respon j to the ques-
. State Departmeni spokes-
i, John Kin \ referred specifi-
B irut report, im-
plying tbat he agreed- with the
denial bv the anonymous PLO
"spokesman tnei-"
'KiriW' added, however, that Is
'part of any Middle East settle
ment. the interests of the
Palestinians must be taken
into account."
He declined to discuss specific
del. t.ement
procedure in the Middle East.
Bui wrel
contacts have taken place be
e U.S ..' I He
al-o said th
"rule out' no rul in" ; o
future I-'.S^PU) talks. :
KING'S HMtf seemed to
fcoiNNd "f-; the-''Bfffut reportJof
no contacts' wnioh"he had" ear'i or
given some credence. But they
confirmed what a senior State
Departmeni official told a grcup
of r.ev. (men here two months
lg i, nan thai the U S. would
1 1 to Bold high ievel
I with Lie Palestinians,
ed "f that, State
-aid they
I m to alter that
vit ions
spokesman *3id
been no request
states, sing^ J0
elusion of th, PaJleJf>
t:on asa separa^JMj
. agenda,of the Ul..ltZ*
.AJunera. -^,^2*
The spok,-.ri;m j^M_
I N was awar- ^
Cairo thai m Kttggto
an ed thai
should be :,
Action Against Teachers Out
r. n.win i.wnu'
rTA)
AH
t he found no
i] prosecution or
dis on against the
hik< and guides
who fled fro:-: the Maalot school-
house ..':;] three terrorists
atta< leaving their
j iiing chars to the mercy of
the its.
The sts murdered 21
di n members of the
. and a Liar.
SHAMGAR FOUND hike
\ .. Amross s a 1 ions 'rea-
fault'" sin<
Amrossi had clearly leapt from
a wi a vain efi 11
arked car whi
u
il
Tv o I 5, Zion Cohen and
Rabbi Y : nar, had
I thought" in follow
thr lugh the window
and f i
The) oujebt to have beer
amo i-' to flee, not among
the Shamgar noted. B
. acti in orovided no ba for local prosecution nor dis-
eipl ii I o *
to -
THE CASES r '
urn i "he hike
also fled through the win
ferred to the army's
Judge-Advocate who also found
no grounds for le^al action
against them.
p ts in Safed of thp M
\ ctims ily n l< ited the re-
port and threatened to stage a
hui i n Jerusal im if the
- nnd hike -'-ere
not punished.
Saf d M i: i Mi i in N i
pron in y pan
he would fully re '
\ it'hak
Ral ase from
:
IN HIS I' pag report '> the
-
.! to view the events not in
hi of hindsight hut in the
light of the circumstances and
considerations pertaining to th
time the actions wore committed
Thus, Shamgar said, he be
lieved Amrossi, who testified
that he thought the three assail
ants were about to slaughter all
Two Terrorists Killed
Bv Israel Border Police
TEL AVIV
terrorists on
(JTA) Four
a kidnapping and
sabotage mission were intercept-
ed near the Lebanese border last
week by Israeli security forces
who killed two of them in a brief
exchange of fire.
The other two escaped into .
Lebanon. The encounter took I
place on the Idmit plateau be-
tween the Israeli towns of Zarit
and Hanita.
THE TERRORISTS had man
aged to breach the Israeli secur
ity fence along the border but
were stopped only a few hundred
yards inside Israeli territory.
Documents on the bodies of
the slain men identified them a?
members of a terrorist splinter
organization known as the Pop
ular Struggle Front which is
headed by Dr. Samir Aussa and
supported by Libya and Iraq.
The documents included pam-
phlets printed in Hebrew and
English demanding the release
of 20 terrorists in Israeli jails.
THE INFILTRATORS planned
to kidnap Israelis to hold as ,
hostages, security sources said,
but their exact target was un- [
certain.
The terrorists" bodies also
yielded Kalachnik of rifles, hand
grenades, ammunition, detonat-
ing devices and civilian clothes.
They were wearing khaki garb
and rubber soled shoes when
they were killed.
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Page 13-A
Maimed Vets Here for Aid
By SUE JKACY
YORK (JTA) Al-
eh Israel has developed a
jliabl* network of medical
, in her short history, the
Enual strains of war occasion-
leave the country with
lt,rs whose medical needs can
pet best abroad.
Lr sin.ce 1948 Israel has sent
nded \ta veterans for medi-
i^ip in other countries, in-
Ln the United States, and as
fdracnoses of Yom Kippur
veterans were made these
few months, those who
_ not obtain adequate help
trael were sent overseas for
;AEI.I WAR veterans in the
are sent here by Israel's
rtment for Rehabilitation in
jinistry of Defense, which
medical and hospital bills,
fare, and living expenses
th< Mteran and his escort
felly a wife, brother, or other
member).
hen they reach the U.S.. the
ans and their companions
net by representatives of the
l]| Consulate in New York.
take them to a hotel,
er them, and help arrange
al and social activi-
vka Sivan, the head of the
lulate Section in the Con
I?-General of Israel in New
coordinates the activities
|e veterans and their escorts.
V of whom do not speak Eng
|an.! have never before left
homeland.
INSULATE staff members
take the veterans to d:n-
| their companions >hoD
irrai i visits to the ho--
i 'ps must stay in on?
; companion waits for
ition process to en I
as little as
" uft staj as :
. said Mrs. >:.' an
! not ive the U S
hie is done
she said.
children at home
stay away too
hen 'hey come here
v llina to get as
Ihey can."
3 n said that a'th
medical pro:
ti r a creat many
treatments on tl
'i' rig the removal C
r d fr m the eye an :.
I" n 'h lisp of seoir.
Israel once had a seeing-eye
dog institute, but when the head
of it died some years ago, the
country found that it was too
expensive to maintain such an
institute. Now Israelis in need of
guide dogs must come to the
iU.S. for a four-week training
period.
ON TOE day the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency interviewed Mrs.
Sivan, a veteran who had re-
ceived a guide dog in San
Raphael, outside San Francisco,
came to the Consulate offices
with his wife to confirm arrange-
ments fo rhis trip home that
evening.
The man had been in Germany
for two weeks, during which he
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then flew to San Francisco to
the guide dog institute.
His wife could only see him
on weekends during his four
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as the training was finished, the
couple came to New York for a
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"They are anxious to get back
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the couple had gone. "They have
two children girls, three- and
fiveyears-old who they left on
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THE MAN had not been with
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When the veteran and his wife
return to Israel, he will work on
his kibbutz.
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9>JcnUtnf*AMir
Israel** Premier Rabin to Yi*it This Week...
Friday, September 13
Middle Earn to eet
understanding of ine p.^1
turn returned v- a ***\
alert public -nni- es;r'lll
PmitHi

larae) w-.:: Tike h tfftf ad-
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-:i Ipariah corranu:

alar .;jartv
Co a:
aad We]
Ne-.v York on Satard.iy Wl>
it vaa an.no->need b;
E^<:?:r.. CJF pecai '
fioMa1* ( ojaim Too
! Foimet
Pae
the lT.S
of th; t'r. al
cat of a aunWr of tap laaaali
leader* enlisted in the forth-
canuac IHA campaign
-.:
TVKee lterree In Dilate
TEL \V-.Y NtaM D A'.
. ti 1 1 inded rtraa .
1,000 pass s r- ice
Intei i -'. 1 I -' airilaaa
lab nned a work
work >t
Itaavhilc ill emp:
groups -. .-'-' wen >um-
1 meeting to discus-
fur.
paatj T-.ev
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Federal I
aj iart
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r e: A] bm-
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after
Yai tet tbeir ret it jrk
.;-
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El Al was preparing improvised
aaMaa Par fa planes whicr.
bad beer, grounded when me-
rtnmd 1 ted work.
6 *
Zaimanscn Mast Leare
Bv Sept. 15
NEW Y>.RK >>ha Zal
sen b told that she Boat
leave tat Soviet Union for Israel
by Bept 15, the National Con
faaance Jewry said
The v > said thai Ms Z*.
man-on. who was freed
Bath after WTtiag four years
of her 10 year sentence
allegedly Itteaptiaf to hijack a
mt !< demanding tc
: then Israel and
Yulf. who were aiso sentenced
in tl .ittem-ot.
M- son '"-; I '
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dMod, Edward Kotnetaav,
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Continued from Preceding Pa?e
Le j -he wu allowed to visil
j ih quarter under a
i police guard.
Sr &
[apucci Denied Foreign Lawyer
JERUSALEM Archbishop
:. Capuccl, the head of
I vk Catholic Church in
-alem and the West
ill not be permitted to
h foreign lawyer to defend
L,,, against charges that he
I terrorist arms into Is-
is the envoy of the Fatah
D-_, itxion.
-.i.!i law does not permit
11-.. iei- to appear in court
rials -'xcept in cases where the
. lant faces the death
Caoucoi's superior,
fee'.chite Patriarch Maximus V,
ml said he would hire a
foreign lawyer to defend the
lr '.-hop.
' in while Maximus V arrived
and said that there wa-
I rtain proof of Capucci*s
Kill He said "What the Israeli >
V .lit the Arabs call hero
are Arab-speaking
ipucci's illegal actions and the
lishops "who did many ille",;!
- :- to save the lives of Jews
i the Nazi occuoation." The
aekhites are Arab-Speaking
bth lies of the Byzantine rite
Egypt, Syria, and Israel.
-tfr ir
Clergymen Reject Charge*
JERUSALEM A group of
ghl Catholic clergymen in
Irael have issued a statement
ejecting Greek Catholic Patri
rch Maximus V's criticism of
'.'s handling of the case
I Archbishop Hillarinn
lapucci, the head of the Greek
ntholic Church in East Jeru
klem and the West Bank.
The clergymen demanded that
'-' process of justice establish
full truth" and rejected
laximus' comparison of Cao-
\ illeged smuggling arms for
brrorists with the priests who
I rewa from the Nazis.
How can one compare the
' is of men who at the risk
of their lives saved Jews from
death to the activity of a prelate
directly involved in the under-
takings of a movement which
murders unarmed civilians?" the
clergymen (aid.
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Israeli Tourist Office in
Frankfurt Wrecked by Bomb
BONN A time bomb ex
plodpd at the office of the Israel
Government Tourist Bureau in
Frankfurt causing an estimated
DM 60,000 in damages and
slightly damaging three cars
parked outside. No one was in-
jured.
There was no guard in front
of the office, but in the wake of
the explosion all other Israeli
offices, banks, and an Israel ex
hibit at the Frankfurt Trade Fair
were put under close scrutiny.
Police are questioning Arabs
living in Frankfurt.
* & *
Kahane Launches Campaign
NEW YORK Rabbi Heir
Kahane. the former leader of the
Jewish Defense League, launch-
ed his campaign against tile
policies of Secretary of State
Henry A Kissinger with a street
corner rally in New York City's
garment center.
Kahane said "Israel is desper-
ately afriid of Kissinger" be-
cau?e he is endangering the Jew-
ish state and is pressuring her
to withdraw from territories.
A lunchtim? crowd of nearly
200 applauded Kahane when he
said "There will be no peace
with the Arabs no matter how
much the State of Israel gives
back."
Kahane charged American
Jewish leaders and rabbis with
refusing to oppose Kissinger and
called on the Jewish laymen to
take up the task.
He said he would go to Wash-
ington Sept. 15 for a demonstra-
tion starting at the White House
and then moving to Kissinger's
house where he said he would
te!! Kissinger, "Henry the honey-
moon is over."
Kissinger Hosts Dinner
For Saudi Oil Diplomat
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The State Department announc-
ed that the Saudi Arabian For-
eign Minister Omar Saqaaf. has
arrived here for discussions with
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer on the next steps toward
a Middle East t>eace.
Saqaaf attended a working
luncheon at the State Depart-
ment.
Kissinger hosted a dinner for
him last Thursday night and met
with him again Friday morning,
the State Department said.
DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN
Robert Anderson said it was not
certain whether Saqaaf could see
President Ford. Anderson also
said that the date of Israeli Pre
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Friday. September 13. ^
Democrat!? Suffer Battered Child Syndrome
By MAX LERNER
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
NEW YORK We have all
been hearing about the battered
child syndrome, but what about
the battered party syndrome"
No. it isn't the Republican Party
which is displaying the symp-
toms, but the Democratic.
The Republicans took a beat-
ing all through the Watergate
hearings and trials, with every
report about the misdeeds of
their President and his aides.
THE DEMOCRATS sat by with
confident anticipation, like a
cannibal tribe waiting for the
pot to boil before the missionary
or the sinner gets thrown in.
Well, the pot is boiling, and it
Isn't the Democrats who are of-
ficiating at the throwing-in cere-
mony.
The Republicans should be the
sinners and penitents, riven by
recriminations and scorned by
the people. Yet here they are
riding high, a unified party
under the confident joint leader-
ship of a new President and a
new (prospective) Vice Presi-
den*.
THE DEMOCRATS have been
the moralists all the way
through, with swollen voter reg-
istration rolls, a good press and
every prospect of swamping the
coming elections through 1976
and perhaps 1980
But here they are. still bleed-
ing after a lethal delegate fight
at what was supposed to be a
harmony national party meeting
at Kansas City and stunned by
Greeks
Say They
Abhor
Bigotry
LONDON iJTA' A Greek-
Cabinet official assured a Jewish
_-.ition here that the At'
government abhored anti-Semitic
articles that have appeared in
some sections of the Greek \
recently in connection with the
Cyprus crisis.
The delegation of Greek Jew-
ish leaders, headed by Joseph
Lovinger president of the Cen-
tral Board of Greek Jewish C
munities, visited P. Lambrias,
Undersecretary of State to the
Prime Minister, to express theii
wing concern over the ar-
ticles.
thev voi< ED fear that
propaganda could disturb the
brotherly relations that have
long existed between the
Christian and Jewish communi-
ties in Grw vith-
od the era of Nazi occupation
when non-Jewish Greeks took
great risks to protect Jews from
the Gestapo.
Lambrias r- by de-
claring that the government con-
sl ;ored anti-Semitic articles ti
be "anti-Greek" and "harmful tc
the Greek Bat
He stressed that Greek Jews
enjoy e .
and that anti-Je
;n Greece was in-
conceivable."
THE ARTICLES referre
arentiy stemmed from Greek
bitterness over the American
role in the Cyprus ci
The leftist iaily Athenaiki"
referred in recent weeks to U.S.
Secretary of State Henry A. I
singer as the German Jew K -
singer" and said that Greece
longer wants to be the "sole
means of survival for any more
Israels."
The latter was a reference to
the use of U.S. bases in Greece
in the American military airlift
to Israel during the Yorr. Kip
War.
MAX LUttOK
the euphoria that Mr. Ford's
first week's have generated in
the nation.
How account for this strange
reversal? There may be a clue
in the history of victorious and
defeated nations. In World War
ill Great Britain was on the
winning side and Germany and
Japan were on the losing.
Yet in the postwar years it
was the German and Japanese
economies which turned out to
be the prosperous ones, and
Britain's is a shambles.
ONE MIGHT call this the
vanquished nation syndrome.
The defeated countries had to
rebuild their ravaged cities, rail-
roads, capital equipment, distri
button systems, starting from
scratch.
They were able to scrap
archaic methods and introduce
new ones. The victors felt they
didn't have to renovate and in-
novate, and they got stuck with
the old ways. There was also a
psychological factor.
The defeated peoples felt they
had to compensate for the shame
and guilt of defeat, and they did
it by redoubled skills and unified
action.
THE CASE of the Republicans
and Democrats offers a parallel.
The Democrats, sometimes too
smugly, felt untouched by the
dirt and dross of Watergate.
They vero the good guys. But
voters who recoiled from the bad
guys don't necessarily turn to
the virtuous on the opposing
side.
In fact, most Americans were
hypnotically relieved to find that
Gerald Ford was a good guy.
Hail to the vanquished. They
may well inherit the earth. For
one thing, they have to make a
greater effort, and like the
defeated nations the Republic-
ans have the spur of shame and
guilt over Watergate to make
them overcome their disunities.
For another, they start now as
the underdogs, and there will be
a sympathy element which will
operate for them.
Bl'T THE crucial factor
ideological one. The Republicans
fee! bruised and bloodied by
what Nixon. Haldeman and
Ehrlichman set in motion when
they started their anti-Ellsberg
operation.
Ideology has lost its appeal
for them which is why even
the right wing of the party is
putting up only a feeble, token
opposition to Nelson Rockefeller
as Vice President.
The party has its standard-
bearer now, and it wants to win
in 1976.
The Democrats seem more be-
mused by ideology. The Kansas
City fight, in preparation for
the mini convention to come, was
between the Jackson-Humphrey
Meany forces and the former
McGovern-McCarthy forces, who
want Kennedy or someone like
him.
The first group doesn't want
to see the 1972 disaster repeated.
the second doesn't want to see
the 1972 convention gains for
minority "quotas" lost.
The second took a walk at
Kansas City when it saw the
first was in control.
IT IS the old story in new-
form. The Democrats have the
majortv registration and they
have their virtue to warm them,
but they also have a sucide
imperative.
The Republicans are the
minority party, but they may-
show that taking a bad beating
its advantages.
Arabs
Boycott
Selfridges
LONDON (JTA)
Ktt
and Spencer Department sS
and SeJfrMgea DeptrtnwS
are undeterred by the nev*
they are to be picketed by
trols trying to ei: .a J,
by Arabs because ol their W*
ownership and conned
Israel. *'
The Arab boy ,- c ,^taM
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Arab visitors abroad.
observers OF differ
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erectly spot the
will be posted in front
side "blacklisted" stores inn
ain and other parts of Earo*
A spokesman for Maria aa
Spencer said of being mentj
in the boycott: We have
comment."
Selfridges, a huge OrfJ
Street store, sail There
nothing very much we can;
about (KHiple standing outside{
.- a e Inside we ha.e someta.
diction and our own sead
staff. It would (ic-
on what the w I
The Arab Le ere^
r \ lowing methods >1 |
the boycott which seel
vent firms fv ivinj
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Miami Florida Friday, September 13, 1974
Section B
MORALE OF THE PEOPLE IS HIGH
Clark Cook
Bruce Clinton
W. Nl. Klein
Israel Braces For Influx
Of Immigrants, Inflation
United Way Appointments
Are Announced Bv McLamore
The spirits of the Israeli peo-
are very high today," said L.
|u!es Arkin, a Greater Miami
lewish Federation vice president,
Ifter his return from the United
lewish Appeal Prime Minister's
gissi n last week.
'There's vigilance along every
[ with soldiers watching for
i'lii of any new hostilities. But
i rale of the i>eople is high."
Mr Arkin was addressing a
if leaders of the Greater
Jewish Federation, keep-
; the community posted on de-
:its within Israel. Many
humanitarian programs
Israel including the absorp-
: new immigrations from
S iviet Union are support-
ough GMJF's annual Com-
fcr.ed Jewish Appeal-Israel
p jency Fund.
iel must increase her
i!ion for several reasons.
In of course, is security. An
I is Israel's promise to kee;i
IJWVA Business
[eeting Thursday
Jewish War Veterans
i lies Auxiliary No. 330 was to
its regular summer business
I Thursday, at the Wash-
; >n Federal Bank Building,
14 Washington Ave., Miami
fach.
President Pauline Lazarus has
>-(\ that one of its mem-
Past Department President
?ne Cooperman, was elected by t
overwhelming vote to the of-
Be it National Historian at the
Itional Convention of the Jew-
War Veterans Posts and Aux-
I held in Philadelphia the
|ir 1 week in August.
|The next meeting will be held
the regular meeting place, the
gnerican Legion Hall at 18th
heet and Alton Road, Miami I
each. Thursday, Oct. 3, at 8:30 '
n. Friends, members and
>sts are invited to attend.
Romem, a native oi Tel
tiv who has served in the
^raster's Cabinet since 1970.
been appointed to suc-
David Peleg as Consul
e Consulate General of
iel in Atlanta. He assum-
his duties there late last
ith.
1.1UUS ARKIH
her gates open and to be a home
for any Jew in the world who
wants to enjov a free Jewish
life.
"The flow of immigrants to Is-
rael, particularly from the Soviet
Union, has remained steady.
But we expect that it may in-
crease significantly during the
coming months. More immigrants
to absorb for Israel means the
need for more support from Jews
in the Diaspora.
"All this is happening at a
time when the cost of immigra-
tion and absorption is increased
20-30'v per person over last year.
Inflation, in fact, is even more
painful in Israel than here in
America," Mr. Arkin continued.
"The cost of absorbing a fam-
ily of four into Israeli society has
now increased to nearly $50,000.
That is a staggering sum which
must be paid for work that's
vital to Israel's survival."
The Prime Minister's Mission,
sponsored annually by the na-
tional United Jewish Appeal or-
ganization, included nearly 300
leaders of American Jewish com-
munities. Mr. Arkin was joined
by GMJF leader Jerry Isan in
representing Miami.
The four-day mission, which
was highlighted by receptions
with tormer Prime Minister
Golda Meir and Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin, was geared to
provide new insight into the Mid-
east situation for American Jew-
ish leaders.
Also part of the mission was
a special visit to Ma'alot. scene
of the recent terrorist massacre
in northern Israel.
"What we saw at Ma'alot."
said Mr. Arkin, "was sad and en-
couraging at the same time. Be-
cause in spite of incredible hard-
ships, the Israeli people continue
working as hard as they can to
develop the Jewish homeland.
"We Jews here in America
can't do any less," he said. "We
must continue to give them all
the support we can, especially in
a time of worldwide inflation."
Bruce E. Clinton, president of
the Clinton Corporation, has
been appointed chairman of the
United Way's Unit P by 1974
general campaign chairman
James W. McLamore, chairman
of the board of Burger King
Corporation.
This is Mr. Clinton's first year
of major campaign responsibil-
ity. He will coordinate solicita-
tion of United Way contributions
from condominium residence and
hi-rise apartments.
Clark Cook, Miami Division
Customer Service Manager, Flor-
ida Power & Light, has been
appointed cochairman of the
United Way's Unit N.
This is also Mr. Cook's first
year of major campaign respon-
sibility within the United Way.
He will be responsible for the
campaign volunteer force which
wi'l solicit contributions from
Dade County's small businesses.
William M. Klein, vice presi-
dent of Florida Power & Light
Co., has also been appointed co-
chairman of the United \Yay"s
Unit N.
Mr. Klein will share respon-
sibility for the campaign volun-
teer forces soliciting contri-
butions from Dade County's'
small businesses.
Reception at the Surfside home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.
(Hap) Levy in behalf of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
brought together these leaders of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity (from left) Mrs. Lillian Dubowy, Mrs. Morris Topol
and Mrs. Rose Hochstim. Each woman donated a room at
the Hebrew University, Israel's oldest and largest institution
of higher learning. Dr. Moshe Davis, director of the Institute
of Contemporary Jewry, was the guest at the reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Levy.
May You Have a Sweet Year!
Make sure..with Mott's and Sunsweet.
good-tasting noshes on hand for your own family's enjoyment. Stock upjiowwith
Mott's and Sunsweet. And have a happy, healthy New Year.
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Friday, September 13 J
Rosh Hashanah Ushers In New Year, 5735
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will usher in the Now Year 5735 with services beginning Monday
evening and continuing through Tuesday and Wednesday except for beth sholom. .Tempiei. 4U4 Chase
some Reform temples which conclude their observance <>: the Holj
Days Tuesday evening.
The sounding of the Shofar. or ram's horn, calling upon man
to awaken to his moral obligations both to God and his fellow
man is a high point of the Rosh Hashanah synagogue service,
and will take place during Tuesday and Wednesday.
In addition to launching the New Year, the Rosh Hashanah
holiday also~opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which includes the
Sabbath of Penitence. Sept. 20 and concludes with Yom Kippur.
the Day of Atonement. Yom Kippur observances begin Wednesday
evening. Sept. 25. and continue through Thursday. Sept. 26.
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Coniervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
Rabbi Israel Rothman will conduct
traditional Rosh Hashanah. Yom Kip-
pur. Yltkor Sabl ith and Bunda>
in. .i i \ i 'antor
t-..ul Pakowlta,
BETH AM llenip.e). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
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BETH DAVID. rSTS SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lioson 4-A .
Saturday, : am Hai Mltivah o( I
Andrea, daiurnter of Mr and Mn
Allen Bernkranl Monday, M p m,
Sernn n "Whal W Mean Bi Bleas-
,;i be I b> WTMI-FW
SRAELIlK CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
Prlday, 6 p.m. evening aervloe; Sat-
urday, 8:45 a.m Sermon: "Seek Ufa-"
j livening aervlo* I D.m ; Monday.
i). in. Boah Hashanah Eve: Tuosdat
- g m Morning sen Ice: l" 10 a m
s. in ii "Sound* "f An Bit": 11:80
.iin Mussaf Service; 7 D.m Mlncha
.viiii Maari* Wednesday am Morn-
ni: Bervioa: 10:10 am Sermon: "Thoae
Were the Davs 11 >" Da. tlussal
Service; J p.m PHncha and Maariv.
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OR OLOM (lemple) /s SW 16th
St. Conserv.tive. Rabbi Djvid M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
Satardaa S:45 a.in Mar Mllsvah of
Arthur. son "t Mr anil Mrs Bernard ,
Smile* Monday, t:4t n Sermon
Sea Political Morality and the Ne
Year." Tueedaj I .i m Sermon: "Ab--
d Prayer* lor a IVaoeful New Year "
bi D-'vd Raab.
Monday T p ni Sermon:
,n Ni \ i ar ~'u. *dav
mon A lal* '
8 in Serm n: "Pi
i lara
2*. A
"Welcom r.u
S a.m Sei
a (dm
in Hi.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
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BNAI ZION (Tenolt) 200-178th St.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr Abraham I,
Jacobsor
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washinaton Ave. Orthoao
Rabbi Dow RoiencwaiQ 23
Monda) SO in Tueadai 8 .1 n
: i> m and 7 o.m Wednesday,
.1 in ':< p in and 7 u in
"it Tuesday. I a.m Sermon: For UVdnesdav. < a.m. Sermon: "Peace.
Thj Sake I Lord Ufa Tueadai
n:n pin Wadueacuu I m Sermon:
"Three Short steps One Oianl Ij**u9
b\ Kabbi Marvin Roae
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW.
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lipson 4-B
Kinlay. :1j n.m Late Sabbath Bve
Servn.es
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern T raduioral. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantoi Leon Seqal Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. I
Kosh Hashanah Monday l:M D.m .
1 ue-^mr 8 nm snd (:M i> m and
Wednesday. 8 a.m Sermone: "Israel's
Dtlamma and "Ovarlooklna ihe oh-
\ l"US."
BETH TOV St. Conservative. Rabbi
Rubel.
K \ Rosh Hashanah. 7 j.m.
Bosh Hiishunnh Tueeta> H
SW 8th
Charles
8
Monda v:
a.m. amf
I"::" a in. Sermon; "Today"* < 1 '
lent;* Tomorrows Triumph." E<
iiiiik service* 7 p.m Wednetxtay. 8 ni
and i" 3" in Sermon "Mothers in
Im.,.-: Kveiiinc servicea 7 p.m.
BNAI ISRAEL
MIAMI YOUTH
Sunset Drive.
Ralph Glixman.
ANC GREATER
SYNAGOGUE. 960C
Orthodox, Rabbi
8-A
CONGREGATION
LAKES. S W. 107
Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
CONSERVATIVE
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Tueadaj ai S m and 7 SO D m u
Wettnesda) ai 8 a in
ISRAEL (Trmotei OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 1*th St. Reform. RaLbi
Joseph R. N'rot 10
Friday, I p.m., Sermon: "The Et<
B< -I Si !lei The Book of Ul
I:.,i i i kand Roah Hash
t-rviceii ii Miami Beach Uunventlnn
Halt Monda) D.m Sermon "Whal
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.'ION (Temple). tOOu Miller Rd. Can-
servativ*. Rabbi Narman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Helfmsn. 16
Mimday. 7:.pi i> m : Tuesdav. Dam
and 7:30 p.m.; Wedneadav. S n m.
MfAUAN
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). Ml E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Z'jlondek. IS
Krev Roah Hashanah Monday Tom.
Tuesday, I -1" -i <" Bel mon 'The rj ill
ol the shofar." Bventn* service. 7 n.m
Wednendav. StSO a.m. Sermon: "Time
mil Space in i lur Spiritual Lite."
N0RTN MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Coniervative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamin. 35
Erev twsh Hashanah Monday. < i) m .
Sermon: "And They Walked To-
c< er Tuesday, s a m Sermon: "In
Search ol Identity." Wednesday I
a m Perm in "The .s--ai of Eiai h
Manx Ham! "
C JBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION 7'5 Washington Av*
Rabbi Meir M**lish Melamcd 23-A
Rosh Hashanah servl e* will be h*:d
ii the Hi.i : House iformer Plavl i
Plaaa h :. 11 Mi ndaj 7 p m Maai
Tuesday, I a.m., Shalrlt. nm Mlnia
ii ,l Tasl hi. 7 n in M.I.H Iv; \\ ednea
v a m Shi;' The Mlnia i I
M.-,an\ al 7 p m Wednesday U be
i..-iii in the mi *- e*u
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Wash'na-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv.na
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Brar.ch
of Hebrew Acadimy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C COHEm COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Av*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 23
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Sef 27
MENORAH (Tempi*-. C" 75th St
Conservative. Raboi M*yr Abram-
owitz. Cantor N co Feldman. 28
MIAMI HIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthode Rabbi Sheldon N Ever. *7
Bret Roah Haahanah Monday 7 p.m..
iriv rendered hv Cam R ihhi
"iniiei (Vrlmlaud Tuesday, < am.
S'-haohrim rendered b* Kuiiln M*shu-
,i in i' hei i:- .!' ik of thi
m s.--in..ii "Jfatemi Davs
Mankind." 10:M am. Muaaft II IS
afternoon servl es. 6-15 o
"rashlich aervlcaa, t:Sfl p.m evi
service* 7:30 nm Wednesday, i a.ni
Serm.....Praylna; for i r Sian
Mlncha at 7 p.m., followed t>>
Maariv
St end
Raab
Edward
29
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NER TAM'D iTemale) 79th
Carlyle Av;. Conservative
Funne Labov.tz. Cantor
Klein.
* 8 .< m Sermon: "Is
For Q-d '" Wednesday, I a m
t- si 'Belli a Putui S> '-,
World." Auxiliary service* rondu teil
bt Kabbi Edwatd Parber au I
hvuwn Fein in Ui- temule Sklai
Auditorium rnsjth and ore-teei
Ires in the synaaToSue'a ehuoel.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Sonita Dr. Or-
thodox Rabbi Prmsm A. Weoern an
30
BETH EL.
thodox.
2400 Pin* Tree Dr. Or-
SEPHAROIC JEW'SH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Raoo. Sadi Nahmias. 31
Ere> Roah H .-i ah Mond u
i m followed bv Harvlth Tueada>
Sermoi rim Tru*
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 4th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. IS
'.ONGREGATiCN ET2 CHAIV.
44 Washington Av*.
1>42.
32
5ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Av*
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
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A New Year's Message From
The Rabbinical Association
Rabbi RALPH P. KINGSLEY
President
The role rf tne rabbi in our
ja., has become quite complex.
ponslbUfBbfl have pone far
his own congregation,
ig out to the entire com-
The understanding of this ex-
role is vitally important
the spiritual security of any
flven community. For only
tough the proper understand-
of the purpose and the
Inctlon of the spiritual leader,
in a community gain maximum
enetit from his guidance and
section.
I ONE OF THE objectives of
\e Rabbinical Association of
,,,!,! Miami is to interpret
is role, and to inform the com-
lunity of the areas in which
\i Rabbi by his training and
Biiition. is qualified to lead and
guide his followers.
|Thc Rabbinical Association of
eater Miami includes close to
RabblS serving the South
\. i region, in all groups of
Filiation: Conservative, Ortho-
m nd Reform. Tliey meet
Dnthiy for deliberations on
- of common concern.
Chi work of the Association,
into two main categories:
relationship with the Jewish
and the relationship
general community.
IN i.xAMPLE of the former
i n ir tiie diamatic
jits luring and since the
ilir War" in Israel.
' belligerent threat
Ij- .. existence, through the
I weeks thai followed, the
Association stood in
joi -ii.-nt, i-Hllyiii!', 'be com-
.in unprecedented
M effort. The leader-
fc> of ilie community's Rabbin-
tiled an outpouring
BinaiK i.i I support from Syna-
ucs and Temples for Israel.
Bcs.n-1, in addition, with a
I las- leadership, our
feminity far outdid all ex-
ertions, The crisis in the area
e the war, has been a
I til ongoing concern and
fci" i tn >n of the Association.
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dinners, dances, parlor meeting,
telephone solicitations, etc., they
have uiiited in a total effort
strengthening the Jewish Com-
munity locally, nation;: ;, and
overseas.
THE RABBINICAL Associa-
tion sixinsors educat '. ::&', pro-
grams through the various media
of mass communications. Among
these are the Jewish Kloridian's
"Rabbinical Page," which fea-
tures sermons by the local
Rabbis; and two thirty minute
television programs every Sun-
day morning "The Still Small
Voice," on Channel 7 at 10 A.M.
and the Jewish Worship Hour,
on Channel 10 at 9:30 A.M. We
also participate on 'The First
Estate" an inter-faith television
program aired Sunday at 8:30
AM on Channel 4 and repeat-
ed on Saturday at 6 P.M. on
Channel 2 which has a rabbi,
priest and minister discussing
areas of mutual concern.
Foremost among our activities
are an "Ethics Committee,"
which devises standards of dig-
nity in congregation practices,
aiming at the elimination of com-
mercialism in synagogue lite, and
a "Vaad Hakovod," a committee
of arbitration, which rcsolVM
disputes within the community
without the need for legal ad-
judication.
As education is a vital part of
the rabbinate a portion of every
meeting Is set aside for study.
Guest x'holars who grace oui
community from time to time, as
well as our own member rabbis,
are invited to lecture, to lead
discussions. and to .present
papers and treatises on various
subjects. This is iji keeping with
our tradition which calls a
scholar a "Talmtd Chochom" a
wise student. It is only when one
considers himself a perj>etual
"student." always willing to
learn, thai he will succeed in
retaining and in expanding his
knowledge.
THE ASSOCIATION members
are active in their support of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion which scivcs as the fund
raising arm of the Jewish com-
n tnity, as well as all of the
Federation's constituent oi
. tii >S. The Stale of Israel is
the object of much of the Asso-
ciation's concern. The invest-
ment program of Bonds for
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area, with the purpose of elevat-
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The Association works closely
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dren's Service. We have a Rab-
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which conducts Seminars on var-
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staff.
THE COIVLMI N'TY Chap-
laincy Service has helped fill a
vital need in our community.
Visitations to offer solace and
services to the many ill and
infirmed in our hospitals is a
source of new strength and com-
fort to countless numbers in our
community.
The recent expansion of the
program will bring even greater
strides in the service of this pro-
gram, which is sponsored by the
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Rabbinical Association.
Part of our work in relation-
ship with the general community
is the issuing of an annual
"calendar on religious absences,"
which lists the dates when atten-
dance at schools conflicts with
the Jewish holidays. This caien-
dai is presented U the, various
school boards ana colleges and
helps eliminate many conflicts
of examination, frotbail games,
graduations, etc.
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Jewry has become of prime im-
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This is in keeping our time hon-
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peoplehood of Israel. To be a Jew
means to be concerned with the
welfare of all Jews.
The Association works closely
with religionists of other faiths
on matters of common concern.
One of these is the Inter-Faith
AgeBey for Social Justice which
involves itself in racial, social
and economic problems. We work
closely with the Archdiocese of
Miami and the Christian Com-
munity Service Agency on var-
ious community projects.
We join in extending good
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Stein Named Chairman Of
Technion Society's Dinner
NEW YORK Philanthropist
Louis Stein, chairman ofifhe Fi-
^Jiar^c umnpX& ol Fodri Fair
Sjpref Ilfc >oni lirgeA tfa* foftd chAinsi w*
serve as chairman of the 1974
National Dinner of the Ameri-
can Society for Israel's Technion
on Thursday, Sept. 19, in the
Americana Hotel, New York
City, according to Henry Taub,
president of the Society.
The dinner will honor British
banker and philanthropist Evelyn
de Rothschild of London, chair-
man of Technion's Board of Gov-
ernors. Maj.-Gen. (Res.) Amos
Horev, president of the Tech-
nion, will fly from Haifa to ad-
dress guests.
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Max Gleibermans Will Be
Feted At Histadrut Dinner
Retinitis Group Meetina
The general meeting of the
newly formed Dade Broward
Chapter of the Retinitis Pig-
matosa Foundation will be held
at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at the
First Federal Savings and Loan
Association, 18301 B i s c a y n e
Blvd., North Miami Beach. Guest
shaker will be Congressman
William Lehman.
Mr ind Mrs. Max Gleiberman.
MiaBtt Beach educational and
cl; "ural leaders, will be guest;
o: :\Qnor-Oct. 19 at the annual
c >t TiunitY-wide dinner sponsor-
ed y the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil if South Florida. The dinner
w be helj at the Fontaineblcau
Hot !
A ouncement of their accept
'i- made by Morris N'ew-
inurk president: Moc Levin.
i in of the board: and
llrvir.g Gordon, director of the
Fl >rida Histadrut Cam
|
ind Mrs. Gleiberman re-
iedicated a Kupat Holini
;.V Center in Givatayim,
Israel in memory of Mrs. Glei-
|1 in'a parents. The official
I : ition of the medical center
fw:'.l take place later this year
Ewhen 'ho Gleibermans visit Is-
[raol They previously donated a
[number of annual scholarships
I for underprivileged Israeli youth
[and >nly last year established a
tperix'fual Histadrut scholarship
fin their name.
T.ie Harry and Becky Saur
|Lah>ratory in memory of Mrs.
JGleiberman'a parents will be
|d I'.'i in the new Workmen's
Circle Home for the Aged in
New York.
'Max and Sarah Gleiberman
lave been in the forefront of the
Lra;! Histadrut Campaign for
the past number of years and
truly deserve the recognition as
Champions of Israel they will;
receive at the dinner," Mr. New-
mark said.
Currently the Southern Reg I
ional Secretary of the Workmen's ;
Circle, Max Gleiberman has also '
terved on its national executive
board and is a.member of the
National Executive Board of the,
Jewish Labor Committee and;
treasurer of the Yivo of Greater
Miami. He was recently awarded
the office of Health, Education
and Welfare's certificate of,
merit, in appreciation for his
contribution In translating Social
Security public information
literature into the "Yiddish lan-
guage.
Among the other outstanding '
Histadrut officers and guests
that will honor the Gleibermans i
on Oct. 19 will be Rabbi Leon!
Kronish, honorary chairman of j
the Histadrut Council, Bernard
B. Jacobson, executive vice-presi-
dent of the National Committee
for Labor Israel, and Dr. Soli
Stein, national president of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Irving Gordon, director of the
Histadrut Campaign, announced
that tickets to the dinner are
Bow available at the Histadrut,
office in the Barnett Bank Build-j
ing at 420 Lincoln Rd., Suite 388.
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Congregation B'nai Raphael
Broadens Education Program
| 'oi
B'nai Raphael's vice president
for education, hai announced the
Implem of educational
revision,- during the coming
which will broaden the syna-
gogue*! overall religieui educa-
tional p >y expanding the
curriculum ami eligibility tat
idance.
In an unprecedented move by
the synagogue's board of direc-
tors, a unaaim
the school's doors a! the primary
Sunday School level, ages fhe
to eight, to children of non-
congregant memberi for the
school year beginning this
month.
Mrs Nirenb I thi al
..-.- 1 be sta
by the second week of Sept. :n
ber, interested persons can still
their child *n b)
to % oftiee. 14M
\v ours
of .'. Thursday or 9:00
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
In addition to expanding the
el gib lity tor participation in
P'nai Raphael's education facili-
ties the synagogue will also be
reinstituting its previously sui
pended confirmation ehttsec
Blrs. Nirenberg said. "Two yean
ago the program was upgraded
by instituting a Hebrew- High
School," she explained. "At that
time, due to limited resources,
it was necessary for the con
negation to suspend the tradi-
- \ t
onlj the Hebrew
Sen l revised and im-
proved curriculum this year, but
the Con Irmal >n i lasses irill also
be resumi .'" she .n-'
B'nai Raphael will again this
year host the Tikvah Program
which Is l i by the South
east f the l'r..\ d Bj -
gogue of America. The pi
I Jewish educa
tion an I wperienee for ci1
who have a learning d sability.
aach week
at B'nai Raphael. Interested
nts shook! contact Rabbi
Seymour Friedman, executive
direel ir Southj asl Region of
; ., M7-6004) for
registration information.
... Raphael is aiso accepting
n on of two t.i yeai
.!-;> Child-
hood u
. .:'
eel;. Parents may
register Iheir children foi
ins, 9 a m. to 3 p.m or
half da>. "8 am to noon.
Two and three-year-old ehil
dren may be registered tor the
same program three days per
week rather than five if desire I
by the parents. BCEP is a teach-
ing kindergarten and incorpor-
ates the SWRL program used to
teaeh reading in many of the
Dade and Broward public
schools. Children may be regis-
tered by calling the temple
office
Members of the Council of Presidents, which
consists of the heeds of a large number of
Jewish women's organizations in Greater
Miami, attended a "Gel Acquainted" lunch-
eon last week at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Pictured at the luncheon are
from let: to right, 'front row Mis. Phillip
Thau, president Hadassah Miami Beach
Council, Louie D. Brandeis Grouc; Mrs.
Aaron Fair, national vice president- Na
tionaJ Council oi Jewish Women; Mis. Abrc-
ham Fincerman, president, Knights of Py-
thias, Ladies ary No. 195, an
row Mrs. Robert Wo!f, president, Amerie*
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Mrs So! Landau, vice president of Commit
Education, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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penheim, chairman. Council of Presidents
Mr! Morton Weinberger, president, Jewiji
Family and Children's Service Wornec'i
Committee; Mrs. Harry B. Smith, president
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women'i
end Mrs. Sidney S.... .::; pI6^
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Jcnistnrri.iHinn
jther Cyril Hudak of St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic
hurch, shakes hands with Rabbi Maxwell Berger, spiritual
cder of the Conservative Congregation of Kendale Lakes
had accepted his offer of a sanctuary in which to
bid High Holy Day services.
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New Slates
Elected By
Or Olom
Thl ; therl......I, Sisterhood
and temi le officers have been
Or Olo
"''" Is undei the leadership of
Rabbi i avid M. Baron. Tl
were installed in a formal cere-
which preceded the
le's Selichol sei rices.
Norman Shwedel v as seta te .
as presidenl of the congregation
and Man-in Solomon as exec -
tive vice president. Working with
thi m will be nine i e presidents
Mrs. Al Solo, activities; Mrs.
Peter Hornik, education; Joe
Shandler. fund raising; Sam Res-
sler. house and grounds; Stan
Gold, public affairs; Murray
Mandell, member.-!):;- Paul Gins-
berg, religion; Ted Sloan, youth.
and Sid Rubin, finance. Secre-
taries arc Myron Kahn, finan-
cia Mrs. Erwin Moss, recording,
and Pa :l '/. ;ckerman, corres-
!' tiding.
';""! '" I iffii srs include
! ;' St | resident; Ralph
: Barr; er and Paul
its: Al
s ,!" treas .:'. Gold,
tary; Arthur
in, i se etary;
correspond-
Kaplan, cl
i lia
' ': and Sa i Ki ssler, histor-
ian.
e Sloan was elected
i' the Sisterhood.
Serving with her will be vice
i iet'ts Una Miller, member-
ship; Abby Silver, cultural:
I Hornik. proje 'ts; Sheila
St0 ;'' ways and means.
and : :- I icobs, youth; Bobbie
Rul lues secretary:
i.....i i ecre
Platoff, recording
*n iry, I Lucille Forman.
as irer and parliamentarian.
Myra Berger is immediate past
president.
Suburban League
Aids I lavea School
Suburban League, a group of
young women from South Dad*.
has announced its affiliation with
the Haven School.
The group will raise funds and
pr ivkte volunteer services for
the : ml '' retarded children of
Haven School, 11300 SW 80th
Terr.
The Suburban League officers
for 1974-1975 are Myrna Cohen,
pn iident; D bo\ it.:. K i
en Forster. Marcie Aizenshtat,
Mar:!; n Tup] r and Susan Gro
man, vie \ i sidents; Heather
Kravitz and J me Greenberg si
rel ries; an : E |en Herskowitz,
treasurer.
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Friday, Septembei
Money Upturn to Encourage UJA Gifts
J ... ------ ^-..^ nf w Fisher Faid he was confider.1
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Max Fisher, chairman of the
Jewish Agency's Board of Gov-
ernors, predicted an upturn in
the U.S. economy that would
relieve the "liquidity problems"
of some big American donors
enabling them to redeem their
pledges to the United Jewish Ap-
peal thereby easing the Jewish
Agency's present cash crisis.
Fisher made his remarks in an
exclusive interview with the
Je"i>h Telegraphic Agency fol-
lowing a meeting of the full
Jewish Agency Executive at
which he and Jewish Agency
Executive chairman Pinhas Sapir
presided.
JEWISH AGENCY Treasurer
I on DuMi reported at that
. eting that this y \ ira bu '
v is enme S200 million short nd
that the Agenev needed the sum
mtly in cash.
slut ; nomy whi ;h
i*as slowini
COi" pi ;'
F
JTA "
nmed


n> -'. k i"' \ '!'
[es for i
year- c mpaign.
'It would be wron ta<
ng psychologically to allow
a prominent giver's temporary
liquidity problems to ironing)
upon his pled so for next year's
campaign." Fisher said.
CITING THE most recent
Prime Ministers UJA Mission to
visit Israel the largest ever
whose 300 members pledged SI5
million, exceeding their previous
donations bv 20 percent. Fishei
observed. "Most men who make
large commitments are men of
integrity."
He said that having overcome
their temporary financial set
backs they would fulfill both
their old pledges and their new
ones Fisher recalled similar
situat;ons in the 1960s and 197C
which he said bore out his thesis.
The Detroit industrialist, a
friend of President Ford, said he
was confident that the Ford
Administration's economic meas-
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sures would restore "buoyancy"
to the American economy within
a period of months.
FISHER EXPRESSED satis-
faction at Ford's ascent to the
Presidency and his choice of
\elson A. Rockefeller as Vice
President, whom he described
as a good friend of Israel.
Fisher observed that Ford's
pro-Israel record is well known
and, although he was now Presi-
dent and not just a Congressman.
Israel could be conifdent, in
View of Ford's record. Congres-
sional bipartisan support, and
widespread public sympathy for
Israel's case.
He thought all these elements
would result in favorable treat-
ment for Israel's aid requests
despite U.S. economic difficul-
ties.
BIT FOR all the Israel-U.S.
understanding, Fisher foresaw
tough negotiating '' i : H< said
. cl f >r l-r... I lead rs
<. that 1
b to "sal imi"
n thi uld
leave Israel denuded of her
bargaining positions and none
the richer peace-wise.
Turning to other matters,
Fisher told the JTA that he
believed a deal on the Jackson
Amendment was "pretty close."
He firmly denied that he had
ever opDOsed the Jackson
Amendment. Reports that he had
were "without foundation," he
declared. But he said he had felt
all along that Sen. Henry M
Jackson (D., Wash.) and the Ad-
ministration would reach a "re-
formulation" of the initial legis
lation mutually agreed upon.
Concerning Sylva Zalmanson's
release. Fisher recalled his own
intercession with Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger on her
behalf last summer.
HE SAID he could not know
if this had he:'n Instrumental in
her release but thought it pos-
sible He to ress
the issue ol Soviet Jewish emi
onal in. >r
vention im I j on ass n

Fi>hcr said he was confident
that if harassment ended inside
the Soviet Union and Jews were
allowed to leave without diffi-
ctiltv. the present downward
trend in Soviet aliya would be
reversed.
Fisher stressed that this did
not mean that inadequate and
unsatisfactory absorption facili-
ties in Israel had no *w.
affect on the decisions ofr"
sian Jews to emigrate.
He said it was up to -.,,
Jewish Agency, with the E(m2l
merit's help, to solve 21
problems and assure *2
absorption. A great deal haT2
done. Fisher said. **
He Predicted ,hat the Wi
bottleneck would soon be c1p3I
and said the Agency w>< ^
great efforts to create jobS
ings and suitable trainia, SI
grams for the newcomers
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SHELLEY O. FRANKFL
tehchey Frank el,
\Joseph S. Forer
Plan To Marry


n
- i
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I ieei
.in I Mrs. Ja
-. ;:' nkel graduated I
it; ol Georgia, w hei
cd in English and
n; is presently en
: the 1 eKalb County Board
tion. She is a member
I vita T.'i'i sorority. The
y \e mh)iii is a graduate
. Institute of Tech-
b < .n AilatBa. He is ourrent-
ited with the East Coast
('or;., here.
|. ngagemefit soiree is being
sti I Sunday at the Costa
i by Mr. Korer's mother and
f Mindi Forer, who return-
m Rome, Italy, for the
?1 es, Zalman Forer, his
f < is coming from Rehovoth.
for the party.
ouple plans a December
in Atlanta.
Congregation To
Use Catholic
Church Facilities
Hie Conservative Congrega-
I Kendale, under the lead-
Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
ling a sanctuary and of-
p Iquarten in the Ken-
} State Bank Building. It was
completed and ready for
ancy by Aug. 1, but due to
fcumstancM beyond control,
f iction has beqn delayed.
Bkin^' it impossible to have tjie
r.'inary ready in #me fat-tjic
li-!i Holy Days.
phen it became apparent that
congregatlBB would have tc
lid another place to hold its
rvices. Rabbi Berger walked
l>wn 107th Avenue to the
"ly completed St. Catherine of
knna Catholic Church and ex-
Bine<) hLs problem to Father Cy-
1 Hudak.
[Without the slightest hesiu-
pn. the priest offered the use
the church's facilities for the
Itire month of September.
[All Friday evening and Satur-
y morning services as well as
osh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
servances wiir be held in the
prch. which is located at 9200
107th Ave., according to
ILbi Berger.
Post Business Meeting
[Murray Solomon Post No. 243,
ush War Veterans, was to
N a business meeting Thurs-
|3 at 8 p.m. in the First Fed-
Rank, 2750 SW 22nd St.
nd Floor).
REMEMBER
those who fell in
THE YOM KIPPUR WAR
ENROLL AT YOUR SYNAGOGUE APPEAL IN
SH0MREII ISRAEL
BY LENDING ISRAEL A MONTH'S INCOME
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ROBERT L SIEGEL
General Campaign Chairman
LEONARD LURIA
Chairman, Advisory Committee
SIDNEY POLAND
Shomrei Yisrael Chairman
MILTON M. PARSON
Executive Director


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Friday, Septerr.
Hebrew Ulpan Concludes Its
First Summer Session
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ts, with the
1 |ja B studying
; ,.-.- lodei nil
atjre, in addition to the
Hebrew Conversational approach
i te i in ea :h of the groups.
Jerrold Coodnau To Speak At
Women's Inaugural Luncheon
Tl e inaugui ncheoi
ine of 1 ter
Di\ ision tin An
A-BS. LION HRON.'SH
Friends ol the Hel .- Univer-
sity of Jerusalem i eld
Tues la Sept. 24, at 11:
at 1 iers Hotel.
Plans v ... i form I
! tpation in the 50th an-
i !' the n 1923
of Israel's o est In-

i to Mi s. Lei n j
, i si lenl )i the
s.
ei ol
the be
-he gu ak r Gi
rel rned i
[s-ael where a hall in the Fac-
'.; '. of 1 aw i le licated in the
oanv : M R Ui JTablick and
.".'.". and Mrs, Goodman, ali of
als is a found *c
of : and acti\e
G s Miami Je
. ncheoi
en to tlie pul
t tl : es ol the
':>
ree-
livi i in.
esdames Ul-
v NTc .;- To] >>!.
;. ... | ...'.'.
. en, Her-
an i la R. Lear and
J. St. in.
Films At Y/ometco Theatres
The Devil's Triangle" op^ns
the Palm Spring! No.
2. Twin X... I Dadaland aid
Pa/a No 1 Hollywood; "The
Apprenticeship of Dut'.iy
starts at the Byron.
and B.ica
I: | :-, hinese Hercules" be-
- at the rown, Parkway, 27th
\ enue North Andrews and
d-Ft. Lauderdale.
and "Bring Me the Head of
Alfredo Garcia" at the Can1).
ORT Membership luncheon
South 1 i r. Women's
An :r. will hold it< paid-
in memb r-hip luncheon at noon
Tuesday, Si pt. 24. in the recn -
ro m il King"s Creek Vil-
1 ige 771 i ( amin > Real.
vh< e the
! luded 9 h" rs ol
study ich week, the claas eon-
ducted an Oneg Shabbat program
each Friday morning, which in-
ci ided Sabl ath songs an I bles-
sings, i and iss
pn sentations.
; e classes throughout the
county marked the anniversaries
u: the great Zionist leaders.
Theodor Heizl and Chain) Nach-
man Bialik, \ writings and "I their l iographies.
In addition, the latest L'l|>an
t \ts were employed with con-
centration on development of the
b] i a king and listening .-kills of
the students.
The teachers of the UI] an
I rogram ha I tici] ated in an
intensive week-long seminai con-
(i ,i te : by i>; Aaron Kai li I
di ctor of the l >e ai I nent of
Hebrew Language and Litera-
ture of I
' eal Iture i
,'. | ti n
innai.
assists
i -
the courses a I class-
the Wi 12

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lii series Habet
I'.-Inn a.
I I] an ;
ed tin Centra] Agencj for
ition, The Israel
Aliyah Center, The American
Zionisl Federation, and the De-
dication and Cul-
ture of the World Zionist
Organization, under the direction
of Dr. Abraham Cannes.
The Ulpan tea are ac-
credited by Miami-Dade Com-
munity e North for .' col-
lege credits, and are under the
supervision of Dr. Irene C
1 rofes ior Hebrew and Dr.
Id Carter, chairman of the
utnient of F Lan-
... a ;es.
'J he ii : is undei the i
Contimdi ition De-
i nt of rt. i e directe I
by Ms. Carrie Meek with Ton.,
as ;<-- stai ector, an ;
: the
I.' i :h-out Program.
The Fal s< mi sterol the i
will Ins the
week ol 0 -t. 15, with I oth n
i
I .. It.' ::. i; '
ich,
J ,. '.- i .....V .1
here w
Agencj
two nornings eac
will I i:!"
termediatc and a Ivaneed ;-
Following the c in n of
the ister,
tj was ten len I j the Ulpan
Faculty mi m i to Israel
plro, who served for the |
three yea-.: as dl e 'tor of the
Israel Aliyah Cente
was insti imental In I l ling
of the Uli an prog am, and la
wile Dorit, who was one ol the
first instructors in the program.
During the
Central Aaer* J Jj
tkwi will con ',*
a expanding the .*(J
.. aae, bu
above the a ..'. **
2
wtthWII an.
full college credit. ^
Serving on the .v,
f..,. (-:..
Haniei J
nt ofik
\n,:, an Zionist Fed,
Eliezei Kroll, ni J
director of th. |
Center. Lev! Soshuk. vel
ucator, Pita G ^
miniatrator, and Herbert In
son. director and ,
son. director and km .
director of the CA
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Hindi Diamond To Teach Yiddish
At U-M's Hillel Students Center
\ mer's d iss in co:v .
i at the L'niver
; uni's Hiliol Jewis i
C i i iti r began Wedi
I 7:30 p.m.
Hindi Diamond < :,-
k to introduce Yidd
l level in the State
al years b
-month course, glv >n
k. will also in.l.i !-
Yiddish i i k songs i 11
Mice :it the Jewish
the Aged i; foein;?
the end of th" course
. Diamond is a journalist
on .,-1.1 edits two ma [
in Spanish, she said
. Yiddish is a "labor ol
I f.,;! ition about the I
... btained by call-
'; chard Davis
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Friday, Septem}^ 13
ItS. Younjr: Mature Since Their Finest Hour? aMenti
wiSt0>S3
By ERNEST B. F lts Angeles Times {Syndicate
WASHI.WTC.N' ~ The naUoh
is offered an educational oppor-
tunity to find out whether the
recently celebrated Youth of
America has matured any since
its days of televised glory.
Its more restrained members
were given wide credit for ideal-
ism and education back in 1968.
when a percentage of them
shaved and combed their hair to
be Clean for Gene, as the main
slogan of the Eugene McCarthy
campaign phrased it.
Since then many of the things
hat aroused them have been
disposed of
THE WAR. for exhibit No. 1.
Beyond that, the President they
helped into office and who turn-
ed out far worse than they in
their innocence could have
known.
The system they were so upset
about made those changes pos-
sible, and it goes on. Another
constant is the whimsical, rather
arrogant political ambition of
their erstwhile idol. tha former
j sbwWf^ Minneso,a^
Since 1968. while the United
States was withdrawing from
Vietnam, George McGovern was
being crushed. Watergate was
being disclosed and Nixon ex-
posed. McCarthy has been drift-
ing along the edge of politics.
He has taueht college, he has
read his poetry in Ireland,
lectured almost everywhere, and
edited in New York.
HE MADE a halfhearted ges-
ture toward the Presidency in
1972. and he made a feint 8or
two against running for the Sen-
ate in New York, then excited
some gossip about ninning for
the Senate this time in New
Hampshire.
He took soundings in the sixth
district of his home state about
serving as its emissary to the
House of Representatives. The
soundings did not inspire him.
So. having found little en-
.urgent in St. Cloud. Bird thirty drive is the surej ^B^^JQt|i
rtand ar.d Pipestone. he is doing ,a>-.te continue Mr.F ord in of- agQ m s.Sj
McCarthy's considerable vanity
may make the parallel lesson of
1968 moot to him.
#v ^ u ci J <
n
Norm Francis, golf pro at
Kings Bay says plans are al-
l-eady moving foi the 1974 clos-
ing luncheon and last-day-of-play
' r the Greater Miami Women's
Golf Association. Date is Oct. 29
at Kings Bay. About 130 players
will be on hand with a shotgun
start at 8:45 and luncheon at
1:30. In charge of arrangements
are Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, last
year's Association president, and
Mrs. Robert Shoor.
ft The festivities preceding the
marriage of Alda Lernian.
daughter of I)r. and Mrs. Isidore
Lernian of Miami Beach, anil
duffles Weissman. son of Mr.
ami Mrs. Irving Weissman of
Tampa, last weekend in Hyatt
House included a poolside buffet
for out of town guests and fam-
ily at the Carillon Hotel Friday
evening hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
George Peeler. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Klein. Mr. and Ml*. Bruce Le-
Vine, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lin-
sk> and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Weissman of Tampa and Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Wlttner of St. Peters-
burg. The bridegroom's aunt.
Mrs. Harold Horwitz of Charles-
ton. S.C.. and Mrs. Charles
Weissman of Miami entertained
the bridal party and their friends
at a luncheon Saturday in the
Pub Restaurant (Newport Ho-
tel) and Saturday evening his
parents hosted the rehearsal din-
ner in the Silver Chimes Room
of the Carillon Hotel.
it it
A recent dinner party was
held at the penthouse apartment
of Art Collector iien Tobln of
Hillcrest. It was the scene of the
unveiling of his recent acquisi-
tion of a large figure painting
by well known Miami artist
hVyna Voungerman. Among the
guests were Mr. anil Mrs. Peter
Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Jost^.h Nel-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Da-
mian. Mr. anil Mrs. I>cnni* Da-
mian. Dr. Leo Weiner. Rachel
Kendis. Mr. Leonard < amp.
Steve Tobin. Dr. anil Mrs. Milton
Meyers. Dorothj Bryne. Louis
1.1dm.hi. Mr. ami Mrs. Richard
Brownell. II\ Kross. Ms. Nadine
Barnard, the artist anil her hus-
band Alexander Youngernian.
I *
I Morris -1. Harris, president of
Temple Beth Tov. will be called
to the Torah Saturday on the oc-
casion of the 50th anniversary of
his Bar Mitzvah. Harris, found-
ing president of the West Miami
Temple, is known as the L'ncle
Sam" of the West Miami Memo-
rial Day Parade, a position he
has had for the past six years.
He has been an officer of the
Parade Committee since its or-
w
n
1
1
ganization seven years ago by
the West Miami Jewish War Vet-
erans, and was assistant chair-
man this pasi year.
A semi-retired businessman, he
is also a rejiorter and columnist
fOr the South West News, a com-
munity newspaper. For the past
several years he has been the
shofai blower at Temple Beth
Tov. where he also helps main-
tain the daily minyan. Harris
and his wife, the former Shirley
Kosenthal. whom he met during
a vacation in Miami in 1937. are
the pai-ents of David. Sam and
Diane. The Kiddush after the
Saturday services will be spon-
sored by their grandchildren.
Debbie, Stephen and Larry Har-
ris.
cou
Island .
the obvloifs thing." He Is nobly r.^.J^&U^Wv--
making TflfflftH avatlabfe for
President instead.
THIS TIMIE he is taking the
third party route. He is announ-
ced as the "temporary leader" of
a movement called the Commit-
tee for a Constitutional Presi-
dency. He prefers movements to
parties and will not deign to
say ''party" in reference to his
now vehicle.
The main purpose of the
movement is to give voters some-
thing to choose from besides the
Democratic and Republican
candidates. It intends to petition
all 50 states to put presidential
and vice-presidential candidates
directly on the ballot and thus
to allow the public a "realistic"
alternative.
ASK^D INEVITABLY whether
he himself might make the
sacrific of standing if not run
ning for President again on that
ballot, he said he would if his
movement's committee "decides
to have me do so."
Not only that, but he said this
may be "the last chance to found
a new movement, because the
two-party system is becoming
crystallized and frozen into out
way of life 3s the only system."
To scoff at all this will seem
hostile both to the man and what
he is saving But I do not scoff. 1
No doubt the two-party system
bai become so hardened that it
is next to holy, and there must
be a way for fresh nonpartisan
thoughts to enter the national
dialogue.
NO DOlTBT. either, that
McCarthy is an eloquent and
proven contributor of such
thoughts But his eloquence does
not prove he should be Presi-
dent, and nothing he has ever
said proves that a third party
would help the things he be-
lieves in rather than hurting
them.
He says he thinks Mr. .Ford
will not do as President But he 1
has to know that whipping up a
M tf-
That is. is an'otffe
with McCarthy worth
tional four years v*fh ,
dent they CHjnot abitfj
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Religious Services
OwttoMd tnm Pce *-B
SUfFsrDE
r.N DAVID CONCRBQATION
H.-dino Av. Orthodox. Rabbi
/% Vine. Cantor Liebele
, i am.. Monday. 7 p.m..
' B:30 a.m. Wednesday. 8:30
FORT lAUDtKDALl
i ISRAEL 4e). 7100 W.
Lkland Park Blvd. Rabbi Phllto ^
Lmwhx Cantor Mawrtee Nau. 4*
{Tp hi Holidav Inn conducted bv
M PhilllP A LatWWlta and Cantor
Efca A Nan; at Temple Beth Ia-
l in' Mllea P. Bunder and Cantor
krhwartz. and at Camelot Hall by
Kmaiiuel Schenk and Cantor
Marchand, Monday. Tuexrtny
Wednesday at 8 a.m. and 7:80
in Holiday Inn and Beth Israel.
I, ;,i Camelot Hall; Tuoaday at
Tp'm. In all three locatlona.
Lnu-EL. S243 W. Oakland Park
to (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
irimt. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
. p.m. Sermon: "A New
irion." once Shabbat honorLna
Hf'F lienefactora and Patrons.
Rn.vh Hashanah Monday. 8 p.m.
i t>ari>er Playhoaae. Sermon: "A
Pay Kosh Hashanah. Tueaday.
(I Parker Playhouse. Sermon:
nii'unler With Abraham." Chll-
aervieea 3:30 p.m. in the tem-
neiuary. .
L SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
IeCATION. Liberal. 3501 Uni-
lty Dr. Rabbi Max Waltz. 4
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 401 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavaky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4t
Monda'y. 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday. 8 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday. 8 a.m.
SINAI (Temple). 1301 johmon St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Aaeociai'e Rabbit Chaim S. Littfield.
Cantor Vehwda L. Heilbraun. 47
Monday. 8 p.m.. Tuesday. 7:30 a.m.
0:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.. Wednesday.
7:30 a.m. and 10:80 am.
kRAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
57th St.. (Conservative) Rab-
iMilton J. Grof. 44-A
P0AIP4N0 BEACH
3ATE JEWISH CliNTER 8101
9th St 44-B
-------------
LOW iTemple). 132 SE 11th Ave, '
nervative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. :
ktor Yaacov Renzer. 49
HAUANDAlt
LANDALE JEWISH CENTER
nstrvative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Ibl Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
3 Oanziger. 12
7 11 rn Saturday. 8:4.1 am.
d dc Before God." Mon-
KM v Kosh Hashanah.
m Bermon: "The Caff of
Xoeaday, 7:10 d m Bv< -
Bel Wi dm srlav. 8 a.m. Ser-
I T, Thine Own Self Be True."
|i service 7:M p.m.
HOUTWOOD
EL Temple). 1951 S. 14th Av.
prm Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Aesiat-
I Rabbi Harvey M. Roienfeld. 45
and !' d m Bermon:
I American Dream." Tuesdav. 10
"Toaether With thi
fchold ft Israel "
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Coneervative.
310 SW 2n.1 Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Roeenfieke. Cantor Harry
Schmerling. 47 B
Kosh Hashanah servicoK conducted
y Rabbi Roaenfeld and Cantor Moshe
D-ozln. Monday. ":lf. n.m Sermon:
"The Call of The Shofar." Tuesday.
rt:3fl a.m.. Seranon: "Lt There Be
Uaht."
TEMPLE SOUL (Lloeral). 8101 Sher-
idan St.. Hoi y wood. Rabbi Robert
Fnaiin. Cantai Michael Kyrr. 47-C
Monday. 8:15 pan.; Tuesday, 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m. children's service; Wed-
nesday 10 a.m.
-------.
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 1*11 Stirling Rd. 83
Saturday. 9 a_m.
Rosh Hashanah service* conducted Lv
Rabbi Aryeh Spero of Cleveland.
Ohio In the Emerald Hills Countiv
Club. Monday. 7 p.m. and Tuesdav.
8:30 a.m.
MMAMAff
ISRAEL (Templi). 8920 SW 35th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Keater. 48
Sunday, 11 a.m., annual memorial
service. Temple Israel Memorial (Jar-
dens. Lakeside: Monday, 7 n.m Brev
Roan Hashanah: Tuesdav. a m..
Sermon: "What Can We Look For-
ward To?" Evening service, 7 n.m
Wednesday, 8 a.m. Sermon: "Second
Thought! on the Second Day."
HOIMTtAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Coneervative 61
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in South Florida.
Responding to a telegrammed
directive from the Lubavitcher
Rebbe. Rabbi M.M. Schneerson,
the Florida Hassidim will be
organizing a series of holiday get
together* to which all Jews in
the community will be invited.
These gatherings, to be held
at various synagogues through-
out the South Florida area, will
be devoted to discussion, prayer.
Talmudic study and will stress
the importance of charity during
the New Year period. They will
be held four times and will com-
pliment regular temple atten-
dance.
Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional
director of the Lubavitch move-
ment, said at the Lubavitcher's
Chabad House, "We want to
encourage the Jews of South
Florida to fully explore and ap-
preciate the tremendous opportu-
nities for spiritual growth that
aie possible during this holy
season."
fetor further information, con-
tact the Chabad House, 1401
Alton Kii., Miami Beach.
BBW Chapter Members To
Present Skit at Meetinq
The North Dade Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
first meeting of the '74-75 year
Tuesday, Sept. 24. at 8 p.m. in I
the Washington Federal Audi- ;
torium, 633 NE lt'.Tth St., North j
Miami Beach. The program will ]
consist of a skit performed by
the members a takeoff on
i
"Jonathan Livingston Seagull."
There will also be a pinning
ceremony for all new members.
Refreshments will be served.
Anyone interested in the work
of the organization ia invited.
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+Jenistffrrf Friday, September 13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,Th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 74-255:7
NOT'CE TO APPEAR
R< BERT SIEGMCND and MABEL
BIEQMDKP. hta wife.
1 lalntlffa.
v>.
FKAXK W WARNER HI '1
MARGARET E WARNER hia wit*.
i ther of them If livlna. and if both
1.. (>. ,-i>. i1 ihei the unknown
apouae, heirs, >i irlfew, aaaaaneea
rrantort, cred tort other, oartaaa
claiming by. throtuth. under or ae.iinsl
the aurvivor* I PRANK w.
WARNER and M Ui-'.ABKT E
WAKXEK. hi.- wife Who are not
known aa be Ithar dead or ;.iiv.
Defendants.
TO: PRANK W. WARNER
MARGARET K WARNER
wife addreaa unknown, or < ithir
, it,, m, it livlna. and if both be
,.., ;,-,-,! then the unknown
bdoum, helre. devleeee. aaaur-
aa, vrantora. crealltora oa other
partlaa claiming bv. throueh.
Und) r or aaalnet the survivors
.f PRANK W. WARNER and
MARGARET B. WARNER, his
wife Mm ar* not known to be
either dead or alive
YOf ARE HKHKHY NOTIFIED
that a Comnlaint for Declaratory
Judgment to remove the lien of a
mortjrace from the following- describ-
ed orooertv. to wit:
anil
Ma
NOTICE UNDER
FlCTIT C!JS N'-ME LAW
V'i :>; si on e: th il
(he nndi rlnv to
.1 und. tlou
HEAVEN al
29th Bl r. -
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Dad
F i da
MARK B Rl IDRIGl'EZ
I I3-2C .: I
STATE OF FLORIDA
Department of State
i,hei.i.\ii.\.mo ::ktifi CATE of
O 'i.Pi IRATE IIISSI 'l.l'TIi IN
in Th.- v..in. E\ The Authority
Of Th.- State of Florida
TO Al I. To WH< >M THESE PRE.
BENT8 SHALL COME. GREETLN08:
Whereat
EDGAR LEWIS
MIAMI. FI.ORIDA
JEAN SALUK
MIAMI. FI.OP.IDA
JAMES I. MA* K
MIAMI. FI.OHIDA
d on Ihe lf'TH clav of JUNK AD.
IMt. auwe to be incoruoraied under
tlo taw- of the State of Florida
JAMBS PI AZA APARTMENTS INC
a corporation, with its nrincloal Dlace
of baaMneaa at MIAMI BEACH. DAUB
I'olNTV. in the State of Florida and
\vhe.reas s i.-h rornoration did on the
IJTH da* ..f JULY. A.D.. 1M4 cause
10 b f ed in the office of the De-
partmen of Stale f the State of
Florida. I e do, um itnrv authority
requireC inder Section >." .:; Florida
Statulc I wine tl a dissolution of
such c -ation
NO! efore. e Bacratarv of
Sta' ehv fv to the i..r-
he tiafM that the
* 'h IW have I.....n
<
mv hand and
' of the eitate
Tatlahaaet a.
th "TH
' I) 1974.
ftTATH

East 1 ft. S in of I^it ".. and alt
of I-ot '" Rtock MR, Secf'on
It". FF1J-ORD BY THE SKA
SUBDIVISION, acenrdinu to the
Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
10. at Pake -i- of the Public Rac-
ords of Pade County. Florida.
has been filed aeainst vou and vou
are reouired to serve a conv of raw
Answer or oleadlna to the Comnlaint
on the Plalntlffi attorneva. BREfER
& BCHBE1BEB. WM N E Ittrd
Street x Miami Beach. Florida.
331 f.2. and file the original Answer or
pleadinc In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on before the
llth da) of 0.....ber. 1974 If vou fall
t,. flo *o, Judrment bv De'iull
be taken aaalnal vou for th. relief
Th:.* nntii e al all be Dubllahed
areeh fi r four naecuttva weeks
In the J< w al PI irldian
Datl |R|I. 1 '.ide C'U'ltV. <
!:;- Rth of s, r>tn bat 1974
RICHARD ill"'-'',
i. \ n WADE
Dcput) Cli 'ourt
< 13-20-27 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESB'TT
PROBATE NO. 74-5644
In RE: l'.stat. of
CARL M. ISA IMA NX
deceased
NOTICE TO Cr.EDITORS
To au Creditor* and All P< i
Having C aim* r Demand Aa
s.i 'I Eatate:
Vou .. i, herel v notlfli uir-
, ,i .,, preaeni anj laims and dem
H'l eh \ ii ma have aaralnai the ea-
tate of CART. M BAl'MANN d
ed la Countv. Florida, to
the i ir.-int Judari of l Wdi i 'ounty,
n duolii .. le and aa
I |d< i I3S Id Floi Ida
Btatueaa, In their ol he County
Courthou lountv, Florida
within foui .....ndar montha from the
tun, i i the flral oublii al on hen of.
or th. sam \< bi barred
Filed ..
Aa | i Au rani \ l 1974
.i. isEPHi.NE \\ n \;'m.wx
Firs- pul I his notW e "ii
tl I -Ii 1 it 1974
Myera K Let inaon

attorney I ria
Sn ti lie
Miami
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Friday, September 13, 1974
*JhrtaB Fforf-frtr
Page 15-B
Notes On High Holy Days
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
ri'HF. -hofar is the oldest musical instrumenT'
The blowing of Ihc shofar on the High Holy
Days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur was
, ited by thr Talmudic savant. Abbabu HB
i ireat believer in the rehabilitation of the
i lg-doer.
He thought that a man who turned to good-
ne from evil stood in a superior relationship
od to one who never deoartod from rec-
! 'Where the penitent stands," said
A i tahu "even the high priest cannot stand."
REB ITZCHAK Leib of Berditcheff de-
led other requirements than a mastery of
i ,-Tument from the candidates for the job
r ifar blowing.
One time, there were several candidates for
What do you think of.'" asked the
when you blow the shofar""
Mo. 1 replied: "When I blow the shofar, my
mind seems to travel back to ancient times and
I Mpses leading the Jewish enslaved out
of Crypt into freedom."
No 2 said: "When I blow I feel like the
priest in Jerusalem bidding the people to
in prayer."
N'o. 3 said: "When I blow the shofar I say
God I .im a poor man and have three daughters.
me, dear God. to get them husbands."
Rabbi Itzchak Leib awarded the job to the
last
OVE TIME in Berdichef as the Jews were
a^moled for Kol Nidre. the Jews looked around
b it their rabbi was not there. Where could he
be'.' Contact was made with h-s home and it was
r aled that he had left in time.
Fears seized the congregation Could some-
e happened to him en route to the
' The members went searching but
they could not find him. Then they thought
possibly he had gone another way through a
non-Jewish neighborhood.
Sure enouah. they now saw him sitting in a
yard in front of a cottage holding a erying
int child whose mother apparently had tem-
porarily forsaken him. Rabbi Itzchak Leib was
holding the infant awaiting for the return of
ThcWhar
JEWS LIKE things wholesale. Why just have
on Rosh Hashana' If a thing is good, have a
lot of them. There is a Jewish new year in
Nlsan as well as the one in Tishri. Also there
is a new year for trees. But the Tishri one,
usually falling in September is the most import-
ant.
The Western world has its new year in
January. But Jews like to gather around the
synagogue and talk and it's too cold and snowy
for that in whiter. So Jews selected autumn.
The leaves are turning a beautiful color and the
people rested from vacation are ready to return
to winning and since it is some months before
payment of the incoire tax is due. one still has
enough for tickets to the temple.
ON THE High Holy Days, we confess to our
s;ns. In the Al Chet. no less than two sins for
evry letter of the alphabet ar" enumerated.
Twenty-one letters in the Hebrew alohabet.
Forty-four sins for all no exceptions. We
take no Fifth Amendment.
THE KOTZKER rebbe thought sin had its
goad side. Sin. he said, gave God an opportunity
to manifest his noblest aspect compassion.
What arc our sins for0 Have we mugged
anyone, broken into homes0 The "grand Jewry "
knows that for the most part we are not guilty
of such offenses.
A sace o* the Talmud said he will be punished
in the next world for the legitimate pleasures we
have denied ourselves. It reflects on God, if we
have no: availed ourselves of all the gifts of
his creation.
It may snem odd that we should be punished
for not going to a picnic. But picnics bring
people together, promote brotherhood and sister-
hood. What could be more spiritual?
PERHAPS THE man of the Talmud was aIo
saying that our greatest sins are not 'hose of
commission but of omission We fall to lead the
full lives we should.
Be sure to go to the picnic.
FIVE MAJOR PROBLEMS OF TODAY'S
HEBREW DAY SCHOOLS:
1. Overcrowded classes that deprive your child of individual attention.
2. Poor English curriculums which can hinder your child's chances of
higher education.
3. Weak spiritual guidance in the areas of Jewish identity and love for Israel.
4. Inexperienced teachers who cannot cope with your child's innate curiosity.
5. Soaring educational costs that drain hard earned savings you need for
your child's future.
ONE SOLUTION:
1. YESHIVA DAY SCHOOL OF MIAMI.
990IM.E. 171 St.
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Saturday, Nov. 23, at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium along with a cast of 30 starring Yaffa Yarkoni. The
Festival, presented by the Southeast Region, Zionist Organi-
zation of America, wiii be produced by Arie Kaduri of
American Ger.eral Entertainment. It will also feature Gadi
Don and The Sabras. Tickets are on sale at the auditorium's
box office.
Hi
Best wishes to all our friends
in South Florida for a
Joyful. Happy and Prosperous
IS etc Year VShana Tova !
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+Jelshfk>rHtor
Friday, September
ll 1974
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WE WISH
A HEALTHFUL. PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY
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South Florida Met Rigors of Outgoing Year With Vigor
By DAVID FLEEMAN
President
And MYRON S. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
WTITHIN days after we cele-
" brated the coming of the
year 5734, at Rosh Hashonah
tragedy had struck Israel.
Th, Yom Kippur War of
October, 1973, was a catastrophe
for the Jewish state and a major
k for Jews all over the
Starting with sucn a tragic
couise of events, the year 5734
narked with grave chal-
lenges for all Jews. The year
would have to be filled with hard
jHjrt more energetic than be-
j,,rr simply to meet the basic
needs ol Jewish survival.
AS THE year 5735 is now upon
us, it is time to reflect on the
challenges of the past months.
Hi w have we met those chat
And how can we continue
so for a year that may be
'""''": '' ''I:.':.. I. i:i.in..:'..ii'
Bright
Hope,
Serious
Challenge
remembered for its hope and its
promise rather than its tragedy?
As a Jewish community we
first affirmed our oneness with
the people of Israel. And we
proved our dedication to the "We
Are One" spirit through commit-
ment to the vital cause of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
More local residents than ever
before stood up to be counted by
contributing more in dollars and
in hours than ever before. Tens
of thousands of South Florida
Jews showed Israel that they
care. While Israel was fighting
for her life, there were millions
of Jews all oven the world on
whom she could count for sup-
port. Hopefully, that support will
continue, as even now, with the
guns silenced, it is most urgently
needed.
HUNDREDS OF Miami Jews
showed their concern in an even
more personal way by visit-
ing Israel during the first uncer-
tain months after the war.
As Israel's brave people
tightened their belts and swal-
lowed the facts of a new austeri-
ty, American Jews continued to
go to Israel in another demon-
stration of oneness.
DAVID FLEEMAN
Federation President
'WE MOURN THE DEAD ...WE MUST ACT TO AID THE LIVING'
We Must Help Bear Jewish Burdens Abroad
Jewish Floridlan
Friday, September 13, 197 Many learned that the most
effective way of getting to know
the Jewish state was by partici-
patng on a "PeopIe-to-People"
Mission, several more of which
will be offered by Federation
again this year.
SOME OF the most outstand-
ing efforts and successes known
this past year, particularly in the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, were due to
the Jewish Women of Greater
Miami. The Federation Women's
Division, continuing to lead the
nation in their percentages of
campaign increase, showed simi-
lar degrees of energy and enthu-
siasm in their "volunteer profes-
sional" roles all through the year.
Their achievements were an ex-
ample to all of us.
The same kind of involvement
among your members of our
Jewish community may result
from another 1974 development.
Through the dedication and
imagination of a growing group
of young leaders. Federation has
become associated with a Young
Adults Division.
Organisations like this new di-
vision can only add to a Jewish
community's strength and its
meaning.
B] KOBERT L. SIEGEL
General Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization
unease.
In these difficult times Israel
looks to us to take the lead in
assuring the fullest means of fi-
nancial support to overcome the
current grave economic difficul-
ties and to engender the strength
required in order to deter a war
Continued on Page 19-B
FOR YOl'NG people from Mi-
ami and other communities, the
Continued on Page 18-B
o
k\ rut eve >>f the first an-
us- of the Yom Kip-
we are reminded that
I .- Israel's costliest war,
i ivea and resources, and
; i ven now and in thi> year
ROBIffT 1. SltGtL
Gen. Campaign Chairman
the people of Israel will
; ay In added hardships
I sacrifice* for the e.\-
I res lurces that was
defand the Jewish
freedom.
Israel was attacked on
: a i ai a <>, the Jews
I' ted States and Canada
ith instantaneous effort
i sity of unprecedented
I
I for Israel Bonds mo-
nagoguea in South
it forth a wave of
1 response of his-
nsions,
IME BITTER crisis of the
na [ogues proved that
: represent the heart and
1 not only of the com-
nu,|i'. Iritual life but of its
1 n foi Israel's safety and
welfare.
A great many momentous de-
lenta have occurred in the
Middle East during the past year,
pven following the disengage-
nent of forces agreements with
Rypt and Syria, there remains
Jhe specter of renewed war
the Arab world amasses new
past quantities of armaments.
thus ^ enter the New year in
atmosphere of anxiety and
miam
JM WISHES YOU A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be filled with many
shining moments, including the warmth of new friendships and
the joy of old ties with those you love and surmounting
them all, the happiness of dreams come true.
i. dadeland 163rd street hollywood fort lauderdale pompano west palm beach oriando merritt island ahamonte springs


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A Harp: ana P-. .'.- : \?u 1 '.-"
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aerenson
and child, en Benjie, Deena,
and Sandy
wish
A H :- \ew Teat
Mrs. Marshall P.
ond Family
u:>h thar reletft tnds
A Happ\ and Pr. ,.-. \fu' Tor
Mr. one mjrs noro 10 isorft o w Tz
and Family
U"h Uteri :' '"riendt
A Happy and Pre:'- ... \ne Teat
Mrs. Rose Bondes
and Family
:, :.:i :'.i:i re .:.;. .-> j -.,: fl :.:'.
A ':' I P esperoiu \... Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and daughters, Randi and Wendy
:. : : : eh relative! .
A Happy end P'- "" Hew 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald I. Baron
wish thetr r(\.;.;. and friends
A Happy and Pretperoti Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
BVSS ttVrrr r< ends
A Happ: and Prosper* ;> \rtc last
Mr. and Mrs. Benfomin Agronow
and Family
u:*.\ :<;.. ?:.;. ... -.fr:.u
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
iLish :ner .._.-.;- a-..: friends
A Happy and Prosperous .\'.'i' Tea
Mr. aad Mrs. Jock M. Bash
and Family
Wish :.- ;.j:.:.^ j-.i friends
A Hare
V. Tear A Happy and P-i'sprrjui .\eu- Tea*
Mr. aad Mrs. Eugene Alexander
and Family
With :':: -:;.;. and '-.ends
A Harp-, and Prosperous \tw Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Max Bessm
and family
Wish :he:- c.a::\et and friei
A H-pf;. *"- Pr*peri w .\eic Teat
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Altman
and Family
Bth rhett -r'~:::;- j-:,: fnetldj
A Happy and P- spt -.. \ess Tej-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler
and hamily
of 2120 SW 19th Terrace
anan die e*arti>es a-._. mds
A Happy and Proaajeyaui ,\"f.. T*a
( oniiinK-il from I*ae 17-B
States, mtu-h as their cousins tttd
Now. In 1974. American Jew-
ish comnrinitie< can assist thera
Greater nttaml PHgh School in
Israel crew to maturity during
1974. Its programs have hern SO
well-received lix-allv that stu-
dents from the northeastern and
midwestern L'.S. have joined
them.
College students, as well, were
a foe is of the community's atten-
tion during 1974 as the facil I
oi tie Hillel JcwLsil GentW be-
gan to expand more significantly.
From its base at the University
of Miami, Hillel grew to include
personnel and programs at three
other Dade County campuses
The agency's siceess has influ-
enced Jewish student organiza-
tions throughout Florida, as well
as in other parts of the country.
During 1974 the dream of an
expanded JaajdJah Community-
Center facility, to benefit all age
prou|)s. came closer to reality.
Efforts are now under way to
complete plans and to provide
funds for a Center offering recre-
ation and leisure activities to the
whole family the whole year
round.
MYRON s. BKODIK
Executive ^ lee President
(INK ajje group that has be-
come ti Boc of much atten-
tion during the past year is the
e. lei ly. Senior citizens in Dade
inty number upwards of
65.000 and thousands of these
people must live or. small, fixed
incomes.
With inflation.
ami the advent of new
problems pn
:'
sible conununit) ..-..
be utilized.
The South Be,, h Beach,
Ity Center grew |
tng programi : .;cklv
':u' Club thouij
M im|
tncthepasi mti J
;ram was ii ,inj^l
Heach to offer nearly l.OOOaJ
a hot koshei I
weekday.
And n prail t^J
was started, t
ternative to ,ln,< ^
inadequate i
Tl-.e problems haw
be solved but a go |
was made in I
OF WHAT
of a Jewish con
help other Jca-
has for more than a quarter(
been the t of oa
porl for the brave pe
rael. and for the encourtgogdj
immigration to [sraeJ
Jews oppieailJ in the::
iands.
In the 197
.<( ie* Jews began th
the Jewish state, and we!
ed them realize
each >ear. other Soviet to
w_sh to emigrate to the I'M
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Andich
and DoMabterr
P.m-lo, Melissa and Jill
u-i^h thei relatu n an
AH .'.:..
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blatc
and Family
ui>ri tJietr ralaShMl and friends
A Happy a--.J Prosperous Neu- Test
Dr. and Mrs. Gearne Baum
9am ramify
Irish their relative! and fiends
A Happy i ProsSefoui \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Beat*
and Family
y-.fi their rei-r:- a a--..i frieadi
A Happy and Pr --, us Xew Tear
B-
-B-
-B-
Mr. cad Mrs. Harvey Sermon
af S.W. 25 St.
M i ;: their -ewit:-. ; and frienda
A Hapr-. and Prosper*! \'eu- Tea'1
Mr. and Mrs. Josesth J. Bermcnn
and Family
Or. aad Mrs. Nnrrtan Bloom
and Family
.-:. U
A Happy and Prpsferoui \>u Tear
Mr. and Mrs. James Breslew
and family
u-sh thei' ulaiiwi ami frtaal
A Happ\ and Prosperous \eaT*l


n : -
Pfilip and Elaine Bloom
and Family
. lent e --i I fnendj
A Happ K T*
A napp> I I \eu "!'fjr
Mrs. I. W. Am*
and |
A H. -- \ :. Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
. e-.ii
A H_ Teai
Mr. aad Mrs. Sidney M. Arcnariti,
and Family
VI'"
A H
Mr asm Mrs. SkeWo. H. Bechcr
aad Family
:.::; and J
A -. Taer
Mr. and Mrs. Ckarles Beckerman,
Sheldon, Carolyn and David
-ids
A KsafH P Heu Year
Mr. aad Mrs. Marshall J. Bernard
one! family
Utsr. Me:- :
A H_ \eu Tear
and Mrs. Abraham BKimsctk
and family
and
.. \ett ".' car
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Brrfu J
Barbara, Mail, Janice and CKi-|
rheir relatiiei -"- fna
A Happy and Preaperoai \'|
Dr. aad Mrs. Seyssear Z. Beiser
end Family
u-.--. : : nek
A Happy and Preeprt \eu Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
A U-r-. and P prreeu \eu Teat
Mr. ond Mrs. Ted Bedin
and Family
With then
A Ha .i X. .. Test
Ser-dy aad Syhretta Asodew
H.-.-.-\ and Pi Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Billy Bellock,
Daughter Soadi and
Mr. aad Mrs. Daniel Bellock
m :
A Harr. H "_ ,s:
Mr. and Km. George Bernstein
and family
friends
py and P V-., Test
trtsh
Ht-.-
sr. and Mrs. Aktert Aster
aad Family
meb
\;u Teen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
aad saa Beraie
A Harp -- ? pet Men Teat
a u.-
r. etd Mrs. Arrhor J. Aagast
children Dale. Lisa ead son Jack
rfieti '- radi
Vea vea
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
end Family
Hd '- f-.ds
a t|----- rad Pn --- \!u fee*
Mr. and Mrs. David Bended
aad Family
- atata ra: ft --
* ~-'"- and ProspereaH \e- Teas
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Berger
and Family
eal a ami
--'- P- let m Heat Tear
Mrs. Yaiaade Bernsteia
cad family i
* : -..is
rroni \eu
Mr. and Mrs. Harry liber
and Fomily
dJbetr -e.iU-ei aJ 'n<
A Hap) J i"*d Prcipercu. .\eu- Teatt
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Bores
and Children Phyllis, tarry, Andrew
Brvee and Lynn
: the and 1
A H.. row \
Mr. and M. Rubin Bort
and Family
uish -:- and friends
A Happy )' ipe ... Mew Tea
Mr. end Mrs. Sheldon Bert
and Family
u-wh tneit rekuivea and frit
A Heppj and Prosperous \cu Teat
Mr. and Mrs. FrankSridwin |
and Family
:nth their re "r*J
A Happ\ ji-.i Pi
Meyer and Mollle Brilliont
ond children Cynthia, St>*
ana Joni
A Happy and P i '
Mr. Sumoel Broder
end sen Dr. Lawrence f- Bn*
Mr. and Mrs. Mil's Bander
and Fam'lr
A Happy and !
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burstt* |
and Family
I
mmWa. mtvaTsaamTTsI mtlCrCf
r*-r
Dr. end Mrs. Lawrence Brent
end family
; their retatrees and friends
A Happy an.i Proepen -.. i \eu' Tear
anaa dbett
A Happy and P-~
Ve."'
C-
air Been -- in: .-. enjs
A Htpfy and Pro,Dci'us > Mrs. Morris Bieneafeld.
and Mrs. AraaM Braaa
and Family
Irish their relatives and 'r
Mr. and AVs. Edward Cam.* j
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
Mr and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sens

A H.-- end P \est Tear
and Family
steae -Jsert elunri and fnemds
A H-" Tear
h -/
Mn. Sttvtfl 0. WXmhtf
friendl
B.
aadFomt.lv
A Ht---. .--: P'. >pe- --iu Hem Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Caaeme Be It uch
ajean ndmvaas and fn^nda
A Happy end Prospers*, \e- Teat
AW. aad Mrs. Harry
and Family of
lafJOB HJl 4fh Are.
Hart* Miami Bench
-.-.-.ei t'd -><
A Happy end Prosperous .\'eu Tear
Mr.
end Mrs. Hsraed Bark*,
and family
srul thetr relent and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous S'ra; Teat
Mrs. Jerome Bieneafeld,
Cberyi, Lamrn aad Baaia
nee and '*n
A Hapt-y and P- ,-e > \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack cVIl
and Family
-- :hc- etSaan f < an'.
A H-ppy and P \fu Tear
Mm. aad Mrs. Morris Battkar
Dr
A Happy beroue New Tear sHsfc thetr i ''
*i H*pr\ and :
Dr. and MrsTl-eonard Csft*
aad Family
. (eh dtett relsl
A rsapp) and P
Of
Jeaatbaa Brownsteia and Parents
Mr. aad Mrs. Herman Braanstein
the:' relaavai and fttei
A Happ\ and Preaperoai \eu Tear
Sea*
Mr. aad Mrs. Wiliam Bregmen
ond Family
uish then Mlattaei and frie
A Happ> -:.-; Prasperaai \ru Teat
u-uri their reia::: -. c.d jnendn
A Hcpct a*d Pratecr^u \fw Year
Be. aad Mrs. Jaak H. Brenner,
emaejstfoe nSvcneMe, eana Jeffrey
ema Brtfary
trtsh their relitnes and fnmda
A Hopp\ and Prosperous Jslew Tea
Be. aad Mrs. Jereaa
aad Family
A aVstt rebmw ni
*. HaprvanA ProtpfW*''
mV.esdm^lrCfc*,-T
>, Ida Bebiasee
tr^, their ISmHtei *
A Harr^ .Vrtil


Friday. September 13, 1974
*Jewtst) ncricfiftr
Page 19-B
through the combined efforts of
teven of Federation's family
agenda* which form the Int.-r-
Agency Council on Russian Im-
ittott.
Tiese agenciesCentral Agen-
JVuish Kducation, Cnnv
( enters of South Florida,
nUnlty Chaplaincy Service,
. Family and Children's
Service! 3( ant Sinai Medical Center,
escue and Migration Serv-
Lee of the National Council of
IJewish Women arc providing
ti,e new immigrants with such vi-
[ i Deeded services as shelter,
ige and job retraining, re-
n out assistance and always
|a welcome and feeling of oneness.
KKl>KKATION\S FAMILY of
agencies set right to work to
Enake Miami not just a destina-
Ition. but a home.
[.ration also played a role,
during 1974. in the fight against
[, Sachs, known as "Jewish
Jpisease." This fatal genetic dis-
I, which is 100 times more
Erequent among Jewish babies of
Ashkenazic descent than among
Ehe general population, can now
prevented as a result of a re-
hnologica] breakthrough.
Federation heli>ed the new
I ; program by making the
public aware of the disease, its
Implications, and the possibility
Continued on Page 23-B
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Mr. ond Mrs. Samuel Chassy
and Family
a and fnenjs
| Pi : Ml Htw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chernau
and Daniel
relatives and frien Is
. 1 Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chernigow
and Family
'.:.: friends
i Prosperous New tear
:
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment
of Roney Plaio, Miami Beach
latives and friends
! Prosperous New fear
\luije and Mrs. Norman Ciment
sons Ivan, Jason and Avi
i Uives and friends
I !' \\t.' fear
Faith Clein and daughter Dara
relatives and friends
:: iitid Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohan
and Family
ts and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Harry I. Cohen
and children
of 16950 W. Dixie Hwv.
tlieir relatives and friends
'' and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen
Lynda and Laincy
eir relatives and friends
. i Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cohen
and family
their relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Jewish Jj^urdens Lewis and Ann Cohen of
190 NJL 167th St., N. Miami Beach
tit relatives and friends
H py and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen
[ond daughters Dianne and Lauri
Sir relatives and friends
H.ir;n and Prosperous New Tear
. Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
P 801 88th Street, Miami Beach
I "': their relatives and friends
I Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Continued from Page 17-B
and create the kind of atmos-
phere in which Arabs will under-
stand that there is no alternative
to negotiations and peace.
so MTCH of Israel's well-being
and its capacity to solve trying
social and political problems de-
pend on the extent to which Is-
rael Bonds will help combat in-
flation and other serious ills
threatening to undermine the
country's economic structure.
It is for this reason that the
Greater Miami activities of the
Israel Bond Organization during
the High Holy Days, particularly
the Rush Hashanah and Yom
Kippur appeals in the synago-
gues, must achieve the highest
degree of success.
In many respects, the war that
shattered the solemnity and
peace of Yom Kippur a year ago
is not over.
WHILE WE mourn the almost
3,000 dead, we must act to aid
the living who now face a very
serious economic crisis. In their
memory, we must rededicate our-
lenges/ And how can we continue
jHjan roiu rww?
-D-
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friendf
A Happy ana frosperous \'::i< Tear
Mrs. Lillian Dubowy
Wish her relative and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Joseph Dunlov
wishes her relatn es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
-E-
MILTON M. PARSON
Israel Bond Executive Director
selves and our resources to the
building of the State for which
they died.
Once again we stand on the
threshold of a New Year with the
eyes of a troubled Israel turned
toward us, looking for a reaf-
firmation of our sense of oneness
with them and their destiny.
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Efronson
and their children Beth Loren
and Leon David
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Ehrenpreis
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
-c-
D-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen
and family
wish their relatn*! jmJ friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky
and daughters
wish their relatives and frien Is
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Sandee and Alan Cole,
Jeffrey and Brian
wish their telatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye :r
Mr. and Mrs. David Coleman
and Family
in.'; their relarfi es and f id
A Happy and Prosper >w Hew Year
Mr and Mrs. Victor Conn
and Family
. rStOSMft and friends
A Happ\ New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Demsky
and family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeas
Mrs. Rom Ehrenreich
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs Samuel ElmoH
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elbaum
and Family
wish their relative' and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Elkins
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Corwin
and Family
:.: :: their /datives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coslow
ond Family
Wish their relate, el Wld friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Coulton
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch
and Family
mish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Diamond
and Family
ic h their relatives and friends
A Happ I Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ellis
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hapnv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and Family
Wish their relatives and frit
A Happy anil Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Ellison
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ Year
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond
and Sons Perry and Paul
U'ish their relatives and friends
A HanpV '"id Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family
wish their reiativei tiendt
A Happy and Prosper* as Nei
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Diamond
and Family
u'ish their relatives and 'riends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
The Norman Emmers and Family
Wish their relatn : I '""S
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Covin
sons Gregg and Doug
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Rudy J. Crystle
wishes I and frien !
A Ha; py and Prosper ui V wi Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Diamond
and Family
Wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
D-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dandes
and Family
wish their relatives and f'
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Diamond
and Family
u ish their relatives and friends
A Hapfv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond
Lisa and Steven
wish their reiatu es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
----------------1 i j. ---------------------------------------------------------------
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dickstein
and Family
wish fhrt' relatives and friends
A Happs and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Enerfeld
and Family
u'ish their relatives and frien It
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mi. and Mrs. Malvin Englander
and Family
:: their relatives and frii
A H. pp> ami Pros| is M m
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
wish their relatives and ".ids
A Happy and Prospei New. Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Epter
and Family
eir relatit es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Cohen
and Children
llofsn their relatives and friends
' Happj, and Prosperous New Year
| Mr. and Mrs; Pet.r Cohen
and Family
| jwli their relatives and friends
L"M>y and Prosperous Now Year
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauar
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happ: .i '.i Prosperous Neiv Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diemar
and family
U'ish their relatives ar.d friends
A Happ) and Prosperous New "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Essen
ii :-! their relatives I ien Is
A Htppy and Prosperous Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Doom
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harpv and > New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dines
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hapoy and Prosperous New Year
-F-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davidowitx
and family
u-ish their rel I friends
A Happv and Prosperous N^J^L
Mrs. Bertha Davidson
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Mas Deaktor
and Family
wish fhetr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Lenny Dav/son
and family
with their relative' end friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ytar
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dcnnow
and Family
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
I
Mr. t.nd Mrs. Frank Faneli: t Family
wish their relatit ""' 'ds
A Hvpv an.I I' \ Tsar
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faska
wish their relatives a .. -ds
A Hapo' and Prospei 1 u Tear
Mrs. Jean i'einbera
and Family
uish t':.-ir relatives and friends
A Happy and Pro-.perou.s New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sharman Feinstock
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu> Year
-F-
Mr. and Mrs. G. Feldenkreis
and Family
viJi tJieir relatives aud friends
A H-ippy and Prosperous Neu' Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Feldman
and Family
U sJi their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Feldman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Feldman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman
and children, Barry, Sbeli, Leslie
and Seth 1
Wish theiT friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Shnwel Fershko
tvnd Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fiarman
and family
wish their reiatnes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
lack and Helen Filosof
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hip.--. and P '.--'"i- N*"1 v"ir
Mr. and Mrs. Robert rine
and Family
I
AH (' \ Tear
Mr. und Mrs. Ezra Finegold
and fr.T.liv
wish their reiatnes and friends
A Hippy ar.d Pro.perous New Tear
Richard Fink
. relatives and frien Is
A Hap us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mirk Finkel
and Family
relatives and frien U
. | Prosperous N w T^r
Mr. ard Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marc'a, Elliott
ard f o*h
itives and friends
A Ha- Pros] Mei Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving cirtel
and Family
ittves and frien U
A ':' and Pr isperou \ rw Tear
Mr and Mrs. Morris Fisher
and Family
- relatives and frie*Hs
\ an I Prosperous Neiv Tear
Mrs. Pauline Fisiier and Family
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
n ds
,\ Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Siamund Fogler
and Fcmily
en i
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Meyer (Mike) Forsr
and Children, Henry, Minna Lea,
Joseph, Debbie, Jack, Michael,
and Anna Louise
,. ...;,. ..f( J friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankal
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
'es
Mr. Abe Freed
his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Herb and Dorothy Freedman
of 12*00 ixoro Circle, Keystone Point
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freefield
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year


Page 20-B
>JmisiiHcridter
Friday, September 13,
1974
ranan roi jot?
F-
Mr. ond Mrs. Ben Freeman
and Family
with their relative* and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
insli their relatives and friends
A Happy end Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. John Freilich
and Family
with the id friends
A Hap*: and P i \Vu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Freund
and family
with their rela i friends
A Happy and Prospe \ .. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Freund
and Family
with their relative! and friends
A He ; and i'1 itperout \eic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fried
and family
;: their relative! and friend!
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried
and Family
wish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Friedman
and Sen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friodman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy und Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friodman
and daughter Donna
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friedman
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Rebel end Morton Fromberg and
Benes and Alan Glackman
. their relative! ends
A Happ) and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman
and Family
with their relative! and ;'iends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fuchs
and Children
Robin, Douglas and Paul David
and Tabatha
wish their relative! and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous K'W Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
wish their relatives and fr:e*iJs
'A HapP\ and Prosperous \etc Tear
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Mrs. Rose Garth
U her relative! and f'iends
A II Teai
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goartnor
and Family
wish the t! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Geltier
and family
with their relatr.es and friends
A Happy and P perous Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
with thefr relative! and friends
A Happy and prosperous K'w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Genad
and Family
with their relative! and friends
A Happy and Protperotu New Tear
Mrs. Sylvia Genandes
and family
with thefr elatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeie Teai
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler
and Family
with thefr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N<. < Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gesundheit
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Merton M. Gettis
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 'Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Gettis
nd family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Gilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friendt
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
With their relatives and frtendi
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
with : eir relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous TifiW Year
Bernard and Miriam Gingold
their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Y?a<
High Court Rulings Encourage Differences
By BEN GALLOB
ryWO Jewish organ izatzions
1 which use law as a basic tool
in their programs to protect the
rights of Jews htm taken diame-
trically opposed positions on
whither the U.S. Supreme Court
has. in two recent rulings, ap-
proved as possibly constitutional
government funding of remedial
aid to pupils in non-public
schools.
The National Jewish Commis-
sion on Law and Public Affairs
has contended that such aid to
pupils on non-public school
premises may be constitutional
and that the Supreme Court had
approved the concept of public
assistance to such pupils, in
situations other than public aid
for textbooks and bus trans
porlation.
Bi'T THE American J
Congress said that .in those
rulings, the Supreme Court had
demonstrated it had no intention
of weakening "its steadfast de-
termination not to allow any
further erosion of the principle*
of state-church separation as it
affects such aid."' Non-public
schools in the United States in-
clude an estimated 100.000 pupils
attending Jewish day schools.
The two cases WWre Wheeler v.
Berrera. a Missouri case, and
Marburger v. Public Funds for
Public Schools, a New Jersey
case. Both were handed down
,, in June The Wheeler Case in
volved Title I of the Elementary
and Secondary Education Act
of 1965. The Marburger case in-
volved a New Jersey education
law.
UNDER THE 1965 fedoral
education act. according to a
COLPA memorandum to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, state
education agencies submit pro-
posed programs to the federal
Commissioner of Education to
meet special educational needs
of educationally deprived chil-
dren in schools in area with high
concentrations of children from
low income families.
The program must be designed
to provide non-public school
pupils with service* that are
'comparable in -quality, scope
and opportunity for participation
to those provided for p'blic
,-chool children." according to
the COLPA memorandum.
Missouri education officials
implemented programs under
Title 1 primarily concerned with
providing remedial instruction
for disadvantaged children.
Federal funds were used to
employ teachers for remedial
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldberg
with their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Howard Goodsteln
and Family
with their relatites and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Goldberg
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldbloom
and Family
With their relative! and friends
A Happy and F 'US \ :< Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gcldfarb
and Family
t, :'. : -d<
AH..- i : V: 1 eai
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour A. Gopmen
and family
wish their relative! and friendt
A Hapr- and PtOipttOUS \e:.- Tear
Mr. Milton Gordon
..' and frie..:
A Happy and Prosperous Keu Teai
Martin, Margaret
and Eric Sam Ginsberq
' relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Girlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ) atnl Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. Jacob Goldfarb
i
A Happy and 1 \ 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs Max Goldin
wish their t -1 ts and
A H Ipp) and P \ Year
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb
and Family
wish
\ H HU \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Grafman
and Family
and fr.ends
V H Piospt \ Yea*
Mrs. Rose Grarx
it and friends
AH :. \( ui Year
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and children Alan, Geri Beth
and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pros v itu New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
wish ther relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Kew Tear j
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Golbut
and Family
uisli their relatives and frit
A Happy and Prosperous Keu Y.-ar
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Galmiti
With their rela:-,-. t! and frli
A Happy and Protperotu Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
wish their rela ntdt
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
wish their r.'.. | f .!
A Harp: .. /' \ t
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Glassman
and Family
i : :'-<: .lames and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glasson
' Barbara, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barusch
and daughter Kristi Alison
Wish their relatives aud friends
A Hippy and Prosperous Kew Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Hal H. Glist
and children, Alan, Kathi, tori
and Stuart
thefr retatft'et and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover
and family
Wish Eatire! and friends
A !' P ui \"'tc Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan J. Gech
and family
wish thei' relatives and friends
A Hapr: a:i Prosperous Kew Yea'
Mr. and Mis. L E. Goldman
and famib'
u i '. -.: i an 1 frien l<
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goldring
and Family
:.. ': their relative! and frie
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Goldsmith
and Family
with their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs Joseph S. Goldstein
wish their retain es and, jr-
A Harp: and i \, ; Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Goldstein
and Children Jonathan ond Michael
i:-': their relative! and friends
A Happv ana Protperoui \'eu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Greenberg
and Family
ir relatii ei and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs Emanuel H. Greenberg
with .::-. f and ftU
A Happ: in I P -.- u- \Vic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jock Greenberg
and Family
relatii tl and friends
V Hrr: nd Puisperous Kew Ye*>
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Greenberg
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
-\ H ipp\ nd P us \"<-w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Eleazer L. Greenstein
and family
i'-! their '.:t:--e. ami friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Goldstein
and Family
their relatives and friends
A Happy and i' Kew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Greenwald
and Family
Ir relaQj ts and friends
A Hi ; F- '> in \'-t Tear
instruction in USmm public
schools during regular school
hours but state educatiw o
cials refused to provide tmL
. for...remedial. m *&**
parochial schools during regahr
school hours, though parochial
school students do receive such
remedial aid after school hour-
away from the pre ... '
chial schools.
PARENT OF paro,hial school
pupils sued in federal coim
claiming that lack of provision
for teachers in the parochial
schools violated the ''comparibQ,
ity" requirement of Trio i r^j
state contended it could not
provide on prciv ictJ0[1
with remedial reading loacher*
in parochial schoa -"that
was banned by the F
ment. as well as b; the M
state constitution. T)i state also
argued that the .bilrry--
rule did not require idi
services but "< o n ones.
The district court ruled in
favor of Missouri.
the state was nol ';. igated :j
provide on-the-premises non-
public school remedial instruc-
tion. The district conn d;d not
rule on whether prografDj in
effect for non-public school
pupils off the premises complied
with the comparability require-
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Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Gross
nd Family
with their relatii f and ':.'-.Ji
A Happv and Protpei iu \;u- Tw
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grossiiiaer
nd Family
u-ish their relative!
A Happy and Pi
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Grossma
and Family
Wish iheir rela:
A Happ: and Pi N
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groismon
and family
i ith their relatii
A Happy and Prospt
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove

A H Pi v
Mr. and Mrs. Moses J. Grundwerj
Matthew and Shmuel
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grjndwerj
Steven, Rise and Oyte -
thi

A Happ> end P vfa
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 8. Cobernoi
daughters Shelly, Troey and Wetdy
their rela *
\ Happy and .'' Seot.-Tf*
~~Mr. and Mrs. Max tuniuA**
and Family
a-ish their H
A Happ: a id P ^ 2
Mrs. Rose Gunther
and Family
With their relaiivt f**
A Happv and Pros |JJ
MrTmel Mrs. Sam Gyws
and Family
u-ish their ... -;"
A Hippv and Protp ^!.)
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Gold
nd Family
their relati-.es and friends
A l:- I Prosperous Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. leonard Gold
and Family
' -nds
"' Happ :<.:' Kew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gcmpera
ini children Sheila, Henry, Billy, Ronni
and grandsons Jeffrey Scott
and Darren David
of the Bricked Town House
ids
A .'' \.;.' ) t-ar
Mr. ai>d Mrs. Marvin Greenwald
nd Family
'heir relative! arid friends
A Hi,": .. i / 'perous \'eic Tear
Or. and Mrs. leonord H.tHS
and family
ui-': their relotij
A Happy and I'-. -
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gold
and Family
itivee an I f
A /: -. -.. \ m Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sirr-on Gold
anr. daughter Melissa
A H ,' w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman
and Family
\ Tear
Mr. and Mrs Donald P. Goodstein
and Family
A Happ: and i \ w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grenald
and Family
an .' iendt
A Happy .::.! P osptrous \cio Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gredzienski
and Family
Tear
Mrs. Sidney Ko* *
and farmly ,
With their re..::. I
A Happ) an I P- N
Mr. and Mrs. Samuol Grosfcld
and family
: Is
p> and P Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herri rUlP*""
and family
jtitn their fru 104
A Happ: and i' x --
Mrs. Regina Halperi" o* ^
i
f-r.ondMrs Stonton Hahrst* |
and Forr, :.

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Friday. September 13, 1974
+J(wist fkjrtafidtr
Page 21-B
ment "despite gross disparity in
the sen-ice delivered" to the
parochial school pupils, the
COLPA memorandum said.
THE COURT of Appeals re-
versed the lower court and held
that the programs offered paro-
chial scbnol pnpils, compared to
those offered in public schools,
did violate the comparability
standard. The Court of Appeals
declined to rule on the state's
claim that use of Title 1 funds
to provide remedial reading
cichers on private school pre-
mises would violate the establish-
ment clause of the First Amend-
ment because there was no
specific p'.an before the court to
send teachers to teach in the
private schools.
The Supreme Court affirmed
the decision of the Court of
Appeals oil all of these issues.
Supreme Court endorsed
the comparaility requirement.
i that the public and
programs did not have
to be identical but found that
ims offered in Missouri
not comparable. Like the
App als Court, the Supreme
Court declined to rule on the
Amendment issue, for lack
: M ific o'an.
TWO PROGRAMS of the New
Jersey education department
involved in the Marburger
casi In one. reimbursement was
led to parents of children
in non public schools for money
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Harari
and Family
h their relative) and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris
and Family
II h their relative.? and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr ond Mrs. Isadere Hecht and
children*, Isabella, Neal David,
and Barbara
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helfand
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marten Herman
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
; A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney HertifeM
Wish their relatives and friends
I A Happv and Prosperous New fear
and Mrs. Sanford Hildebrondt
and Family
With their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Himmel
and Family
Witt their relatives and friends
Happv and Prosperous New Year
Canter and Mrs. Seymear Hinkos
d Children, David, Elliott,
Roberta, Jaimaa, and Beatrice
Wsh their relatives and friends
'1-rrv and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hirsch
and Family
Wirfl their relatives and friends
\A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
and Mrs. Arthur Hlrschberf
and Family
Wkn their relatives and friends
lappy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodes
ond Family
Wwh their relatives and friends
iappy and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
nd sons Allan and Mark
Wsh their relatives and friends
nappv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
h toft, tiUtlsm and friends
"arpy and Prosperous New Year
spent to buy "seeular non-
ideological textbooks, instruc-
tional materials and supplies."
The second program provided
that funds remaining from the
total appropriation, after the
textbook reimbursement program
was funded, would be assigned
to non-public schools, to buy
"secular supplies, equipment and
auxiliary services,-' according to
COLPA.
The AJCongress said that
in defining "equipment" and
"remedial services," a term used
to cover remedial reading and
remedial mathematics, the New
Jersey law was modeled "in
large measure" 'on Title I.
A group of individual citizens,
taxpayers and organizations filed
suit in federal court, contending
that the New Jersey law con-
stituted an "establishment of
religion."
A three-judge district court
struck down both sections of the
state law as being an establish-
ment of religion, holding that
the primary effect of the law
was to advance religion, that it
resulted in "excessive entangle-
ment of the state in church
affairs" and that it was likely
to produce political divisions
along religious lines, according
to the analysis by the AJCon-
gress Commission on Law, Social
Action and Legal Affairs.
THE SUPREME Court affirm-
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Dr. and Mrs. Robert I. Holtz
and Family
Uriah their relative? and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herzl Honor
and family
Irish their relatives an! friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Horewitx
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horvath
and Family
U'ish their relatwes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
Mitchell, Frencine and Ronald
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Heatz
aad Family
urish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Philip Houtx
uishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Maurice Hymaaj
unites her friends
Happy and Healthy New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Isaa
aad Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Israel
aad Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
ed that decision without issuing
an opinion.
According to the AJCongress
analysis, the Supreme Court
ruling in the Wheeler case "in-
terpreted the decision of the
Court of Appeals as in effect
upholding the basic contention
of tre (MissouriI State Board
of Education and the holding of
the District Court, namely that
the State Board was not required
to assign teachers to parochial
schools even if it assigned them
to public schools' as a means to
assure '"comparable" services to
the non-public school pupils.
Noting that the Supreme Court
had referred to the obligation
of Missouri state education offi-
cials "to provide comparable
service to children in non-public
schools." the AJCongress analy-
sis declared that "this language!
has been taken by some as in-
dicating that the Supreme Court
was prepared to retreat from its
recent holdings and to allow
some forms of aid previously
rejected."
HOWEVER, (he AJCongress
analysis declared, the Supreme
Court was "merely pointing to
the generally accepted proposi-
tion that Title I does require
programs for children in non-
public schools and that those
programs must be constitutional.
There is nothing in the decision
Continued on Pnge 22-B
nanahjoia nav?
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Harriet and Ken Kasselman
U'ish their relatives and friends
A H'.pj v anil Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Allen Katz
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Katz and Sons
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Kotin
and Family
U'ish their relative/ and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Yeat
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kotler
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Katz
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Eli Katzin
uishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Katzman,
Richard and Susan
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Kauff
Stephen and Linda
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Bella Kozloff
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy an.! Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kramer
and Family
uiish their relatives and friends
A H.-rpy and Prosperous \[ew Year
Mr. end Mrs. Ai Krantz
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Robert I. Krantz
ond Family
uish their relatives and friendt
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson
and Children,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobson, daughter
Keri Leigh and Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Jacobson and daughters
Laura Sarne and L's
wish their relatives and friend's
A Happy and Prosperous New "1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaufman
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Family
wish their relatives and friendt
A Happv and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and children Carole, Marc,
Barry and Richard
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. JaHe
and Children
Adrian, Russell, Stuart and Lawrence
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Desiderio Kellermon and Family
u ilh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Max, Billie and Norman Kern,
Donna, Stephen and Scott Bloom
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Krashinsky
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Or. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Krasne
anl family
wish their relatives and filends
A happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Lillian Brina and Brian Krupp
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and prosperous New Year
Lillian, Brian, Brina and
Nicole Krupp
Wish their relatives and fr-.ends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kulansky
and family
u'ish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. S. A. Jofnel and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. lea Jarecki
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
and chidren, Donald and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Armur jurxowitz
and children, Mercy and Warren
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. Max Kesselman
and Marc
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Cantor and Mrs.
Ban Zion Kirtchanbaum
and Family
Jeffrey, Shiro and
Jackie and Rob leifert
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaltr
Bruce and Clara
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William I. Kaler
' aad Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Kalish
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kirsh
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Kupferbeeg
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous New Yeat
Mr. aad Mrs. Sam Kurland
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
m
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlander
and Family
ifish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kushner
aad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttlar
and family
wish their relatives and friends
\ Happy and Prosperous New Yeat
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Klrsnar
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kit*
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy e-.id Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jaklon
aad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacobs
and son Stuart
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Willlon i. Jacobs
aad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. aad Mrs. George Jacobson
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kama* and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Komin,
Maxina and Stantey
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kaplan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis New Year
Mr. aad Mrs. Bortraad Kkaoaar
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kleinman
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Gert Kasdoa
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaslofsky
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Abraham Kasew
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Konman
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Rabbi
Korf
and Mrs. Abraham
and Family
wish their lelatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kornblaw
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Lamport
aad Daughters Deborah and Ruth
uiijh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. aad Mrs. Tod Landesman
and Children Brace aad Shelley
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Landsman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. ond Mrs. Solomon twister
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
Amy and Jeffrey
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
unsh their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Loader
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Ye.tt
Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeatt


Fage 22-B
>JeisHFkricffon
Friday, September
H. i9/
naian mm
L-
-L-
V
curt
be ill in-is
Mrs. Richard E. Lcr
enit
a tupp-. -: '' '"'' rm
Mr. end Mrs. Howard learner
and Family

A Happy .. id P \ -Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maxim. N. Lkhy
I
A tispr^ and Proiperoiu Hew r-':r
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lieberman
and Family
u:-h the:' relative! and fr-.ends
A Happj -.: Prospeiotu Hn Yeat
Beverly Lefcewrt and Children
u;-
ah Hn ''<**
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
wiA tnei
AH II x- "!e*r
Mr. and Mrs. iianey Lefcourt
anc" Family
! ft ends
A H_-~-- N Year
V.r*. Jean C. Lehman
AH., Hew Teei
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Liebling
and Family
their rebtii iendi
A Happy u'i>i P- ipet uj .\'u> Teat .
Mr. David B. liebman
. ..::
AH. \"> Test
Mr. and Mrs. Chester leiter
and Family
i
A J.....P
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
Wish i
A Happ> \;- Yaw
Mr. and Mrs. Ae'oJph Lepxelter
and Family
BrflJl '
A H P N ">'-'
~Mrs. Jesen* C. leraer end Family
their re'..
A Hj- -'. J id P \ : ItV
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin leiah
and Family
;: their relatives and friends
A h..'. pj end PVoeperoiii Hew tear
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
. reldttl U -"'- j rienda
A Hopp> and Prosperous \ew Yet
Mr. and Mrs. Sel N. Leslie
aad Family
fHendi
A Happy Health} and Prosr
N
Mr. ami Mrs. Lmris Lesselreth
and Family
em w en I
t >Jeii Tru-
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and Family
their
S
Mr. ami Mrs. David Lippmen
ami Family
-. :he:r relatives and friends
A Happy and Proiperotil \rw 1 fa-
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lipinsky and
Daughters Beanie, Joan and Corel
:.: h theii relative! end friendi
A Happj end P- iperoui Hew Yen
Dr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lipp
and Family
Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson
and Denise
With tharf rolotM'CI and fr.enl
A H_- Heu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel liptea
and family
: :' r relettvej end | li
AH \ 1
t ontinued from I'aue 'IB
that indicates any change in
position, or even any views as
to what Is constitutional."
The analysis noted that the
Supreme Court said the Court oi
Appeals decision, which it was
affirming, "is not to be read to
the effect that petitioners the
defendants must submit and
approve plans that employe.! the
use of Title I teachers on private
school premise during regular
school hours."'
In the Marurger-school case,
the AJCongress ass rted, the
Supreme 'Court did indicate its
views as to the validity of that
practice. In that ruling, said the
AJCongress. the Supreme Court
affirmed a lower court decision
condemning not only auxiliary
services but also rms
of textbooks and othe raids.
THIS PLAINLY implies
the court views these "ractices
as probably un< tional, in
the AJCongress view. But the
COI.PA memorandum contended
that the ruling in the Marbu
case '"does not conclusively add
anything to our understan;
of the Supreme Court establish-
ments doctrine" because the
court did not issue an opinion
in that cat
The OOLPA analysis of the
Supreme Court Wheeler decision
noted the court's refusal to rule
on the First Amendment issue
on grounds there was no specific
plan to send remedial reading
teachers to non-public schools in
Missouri. However, the COLPA
memorandum declared that.
"significantly."' the Supreme
Court "went a bit further than
th^ Court of Appeals on this
puint."
IX REITERATING that it vis
expressing no view as to the
Establi-hment clause of any
particular program, the Supreme
Court said that the range of
possibil broad one and
the First Amendment ImpUea-
tions may van- according to the
precise c "inters of the plan that
i- I rmulafc d For example, a
program whereby a former p.
rhial school teacher is paid with
Title 1 fund- to teach full-time
in a parochial school undoubt-
edly would present quite differ-
ent problem; than if a pubic
school teacher, solely under
puVic control, .- sei' into a
parochial school to teach spec >!
remedial courses a few fa UTS s
k."
M-
M-
Dr. and Mrs. kwin H. Mokevsky
and Family
wish the.r relati-.es and friendi
A Happ) end Prorttrotu \cu Teaf
Mr. and Mrs. Rithard Maland
and Family
en -'..:-- ind
A Hepp> end P- toe u \ u Year
Mr. and Mrs tmonuel Mer.ti

A Har ",'fJT
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mermel
and family

AH
Mrs. Joseph Manischewitx
iei friendi
A Happy -".: P- percui Hew '. u
Mr. and Mrs. David Mermelsteia
ond Family
(
A H -

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family
' Yea*
Mrs. lee M. lavM and Children
Jane. Deborah, Adrienne. and Albert
AH N
Mr. and Mrs. M.jrwyn E. levin
oid fcmilv
A \
Or. ami Mrs. Kithaaial M. levin
or.d Family
l
A r. i N
Mr. rod Mrs. Allan Ltvme
and family
AH ''
Mr. and Mrs. William Liss
and Family
.
A He N Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry, Robert
and Michael
'
\ Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mansbach
AH I x
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Mesh,
Roma and Scott


Mr. and Mrs. Max Marek
and Family
A H.. \
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lopatin
and Family
trfsl 1/ '
P \ Tee*
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Morgolesky
and Family
A Ha '- --'
X
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sol Meycrscn
and daughte.-s Linda and Wendy
.' I
Mr. and Mrs. lorry Mickenbcrg
and Family

P \e u Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leviae
ond family
'
A H '--r
Mr. and Mrs. Sam levine
and Children, Jack, Randi, Mike,
Kanci, Robert, Jvdi. Felicia,
r Jack H. ond Jea

A ':'. V' Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. tarry Levitt
and Family
diet*
AH '[''''
Mr. ond Mrs. Sam Lobv. Sr.,
Dr and Mrs. Julius Waqhelstein,
son Stephen, doughters
Shelly and None/,
Mr. and Mr. Sam Lubv, Jr.,
dounhtsi Lisa and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. lubv.
daeghterr Cynthic and Jodi

A Har--. 3-.'. P Hew Yeat
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lustgarten
ond Family
A Her- r and P terout \ew Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Margolies
and Family

A
Mr Sidney Margulies

. '. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitx
and family
I
A Hal
Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks
and Family
uish their -.'. ..'
A H-,"--. j--.,: P- Heu Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Miller
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and Children, Michael,Ronald,
Shelia, Gary, Cathy, Marcy and Brian
A Hat \ Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Herrron Mintzer
ond family


A H...
Lai
and family
A H.:- Krone \eu Yea*
-M-
Mr. aad Mrs. Martin Mayer
and Family
AH is Hi '
Or. and Mrs. Aaron Medow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
l rhnr rrletii
A HaT\ and Proepei x>'-:. Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Kicnard R. Mirow
and Family
' e'.ds
Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrarrt
and children Howard and Debbie
I friends
A Her-pv and Pwfrwii \rv Traf
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
- '-'.- net : frfimil
A HepP) a-.d P'ospe'ous \ew Yea*
rice Mehlmon
and family
thri' rt'j: -. en '-.ends
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miskcon
and .amily
I :
A Kepp> end P Mew Tern
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell
and Family
A Hapf and Prosperous \cl. Yen
Mr. and Mrs. Marray Mittler
and Family
their retativei end friends
A Hj,-Tn and Pratperoiu Ht*> i*o*
Mr. and a%rs. Harry Levy
A H : P- roe* pfem Tea* a tUfapy and Pre-spcous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maar
and Family
wish their ralanfoai d friends
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. levy Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moaaziae
and Family and Family
ikeir ret utH die rmli
A Roppj ami rVeeperoiu Heat Yet* A H. Mr. and Mrs. Cideea Lkhtman Mrs. Harry (Jemeette Mmjni
and Femiry aadl Family
wish their relatf es and fr-.md' insh their renames and '~**-.d
A Happy and Prosperous \cu> Tear A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mrs. Marcus Meisel
and Family
wiih their re\a:r.
A H-," r and P ipet hi Hew Year
Mrs. Max Meisel
Lewis, Tobi, Steven, Rachel
Ana, tefn Paala and till
uash tnarr reiatraei aad |
A Happv and Prosperous \ru' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Soal J. Maraan
aad Children
u'isJi thnr reUtti a
A Hepp> jnd Preepei :. Mow Tfar
er
ruli rhrtr lar.- e and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Dr. and Mrs M Riley Morris
and Family
therr relatiaei end fnrnds
A H*pp\ and Pro*perooji Haw Year
ntr. aad Mrs. Sam Morris
ana Sans, Cory ana Reaen
nnh their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hcuj Yeat
The COLPA memorandum*
sertcd thafisiftoeonfim*.
apparent straw in th* J2\
Ju-tice Byron White m a
curring opinion, and jJ*
William Doaglas in d;2
pointed to the apparent eniW
ment by a majority of justify
permitting some form of on-tv '
premise instruction."
T^e AJConRreas analn
while not referrinc to the Q\
reme Court comment on Z\
"bmad range" of
which "First A.m.vir
plications" might vary, decris|
Justice White a- SaThrg s,I
concurring ooinion th.:: .1
the court intimated no o^J
at to whether usin I
to pay teach' rs ..n; saetajl
instruction in di I
would bo constit
timated that it n
SINCE TWS would be Tn?|
mrasible under the .: t's receat'
eases in which he di-sentedI
he felt encouraged that The covJtl
it he retri from thel
tions .i ist e 11 I
! rihed. in the AJCongnsJ
analysis, as dissent n
ind that "any u frnds for parocb
dren would be unconsl
Th COI.PA memorandum!
tended '.hat the Wheeler deciaal
and the lower cow I
ruling "seems to support" ts|
M-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McriM
and Family
-.r-Jl
------ A Hepp> md P V- ^l
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Miru
and Family
nei
A H.:rr-. end P S Tal
Mr. and Mrs. Philip M*n,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mn. Edwori ms]
Hegh, and Andrew
A Happy and P N V;"|
Mrs. Anno Munchick
and family
A H. *-' A
MR. and MS. Albert Mesket
ond Family
j
A i ip|
Mrs. Cecil Myers
and daughter Hortense

John ond Sorio Vverl
1108 Woshinqton St., HollM<
AH J
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My*
and Family
AH Jl
-A'-
I
| Mrs. Julian H.
aad Robert
wish :'..! n
A Happy and P Na "
Mr.'aoNl Mrs. Jalio* KiiU
and Family ,
u.-:i tfce* -I
A Happy and P )!^4
Ilk. aad Mrs. Martin P. **
and Family
uish their
A Happy mi >' "
Miss Mariel Neurise" **
Mr. Herbert m**"
A thrir '.. Tdj
A Happ) ond V
M ihnr r ri
A Happ- a-.d P
Mr. -ad Mrs. $ H^-
mt Fom.lr a
anon *efr rrlamc l%iSlU
A Happs and Pr.-r"'^.
"Jj^md Mrs. Oscer Nh'-*
with their rrlat.tr* *\ ml
A H.^v and Prosper***


Friday, September 13, 1974
kmrlsi) ftoridlan
Page 23-B
leonclusion that a general aid
m with a "comparability"
requirement for parochial school
Ltudonts "would apparently be
ant in terms of overall
itional acceptability."
COLPA said this "would
jiminate both any open-ended
ommitment to parochial educa-
tion and the concomitant risk o
[periodic confrontations" stem-
fciing from the possibility of
Lnnua! debate and lobbying for
mbore funds for parochial school
aid under Title I.
THE COLPA memorandum
did draw a distinction as to the
acceptability of remedial instruc-
tion for non public school pupils
given away from such schools
and such instruction in the
schools. COLPA argued that
"remedial instruction programs
employing teachers directly res-
ponsible to public authorities,
who would teach outside of
parochial school grounds, would
be acceptable."
In regard to on the-premise
instruction, the COLPA con-
clusion was that "some"' pro-
grams were "constitutionally
feasible."
The AJCongrcss contended
that "what is not constitutional
and what the Supreme Court
confirmed in the Marburger case
is the provision of remedial aid
on the premises of non-public
schools."
tnion roiu;
-p-
\*)riciht crious
CLIL
encre
' Continued from Page 19-B
eradicating it entirely from
ur presence.
Within the structure of Fede-
Ltion, some basic changes took
bee :" 1974 which have already
Eg to realize results.
Helping make the organi/a-
,is central agency of
pv. ;.;: ife in Miami more effec-
ive is a newly augmented Com-
hunity Relation! Committee
P. in issues, causes and
L .immunity action.
MORE EFFECTIVE ways of
p: g some very basic com-
munity functions those of
planning programs and budget-
ing funds to improve the quality
of life within Jewish communi-
ties were instituted by a new-
ly-structured committee in 1974.
Now categories of service are
the responsibilities of individual
sub-committees, which access ex-
sub-committees, which assess ex-
isting situations, weigh inabili-
ties, and recommend action.
Certainly the challenges which
we face,! a year ago have not
lieen sv.rmounted. They were met
and, hopefully, will continue to
be met during 5735. The prob-
lems which we recognizad then
have not been solved or the ob-
stacles removed.
BIT WORKING together for
another year, perhaps we shall
be closer to those problems' solu-
tions and those obstacles' remov-
al next Rosh Hashonah.
So ahead is another year al-
ready marked with challenge. We
pry that it will not be marked
with tragedy. And we pray that
we can continue to move toward
true prosperity and peace.
-TV-
Mrs. Rose Newman
o? 4747 Coliins Avenue
ct and friends
! Pi iperoui Hew "Yet*
|M'. and Mrs. Sam J. Newman
I and friendi
I i' p rout New Tear
lr. and Mrs. Marvin a. newmark
and family
I .: es and friends
i Prosperous New Year
-P-
f Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark
end Fanriy
I Kvei amd frien li
hi \. i. Year
Mr and Mrs. Shale J. Niskin
and Family
ts and frien
I Prosperoui New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nissel
and Family
relativci and friends
i Prosperoui New Tear
The Padawers
: friends
A Hap id P rom New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piospr'ous New Year
Arnold, Jane, Micheile and Joel Pakula
: their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Year
Bernie and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
-P.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel B. Pepper
and family
wisl nil and friends
A He. -.i !' u \':; Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon B. PaHey
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A tiappy and Prosperous Hew T*w
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norton
and Family
It itivei and friends
id Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
relatives and friends
Prosperoui New Yea
-0-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oner
and Heidi Leo
relatives and friends
","' juJ Prosperous New Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Olins
and Family
ir relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
Wish all their friends
id Pi osperous New Yeai
[Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornstein
and family
j" tfcefr relatives and friends
Mid Prosperous New Year
and Mrs. Michael D. Oroviti
ano Family
| fir relatives and friends
jrp> and Prosperous Hew Year
*> "nd Mrs. Alex Ostrowsky
ondF-uTy
"1 their relatives and friends
PPy and Prosperous Hew rear
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Pahner
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and Fomily Michele,
Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
r relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pepper
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Yeu
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Perlman
and Son:
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perfnoy
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Pestcoe
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pester
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ard Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
and Sons Randy, Jeffrey and Gary
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Pawfiger
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. I Mrs. Murray Pearl
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pearlmon
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \Vw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Pelehat
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. George Pelti and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howarel N. Pelxner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Leon Pepltr
and son Irwin
Wish their relative.- and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peyser
and family
wish theit relatives and friends
A Hap,"-, and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Clifferd Y. Pierce
and Daughter Joyce
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pilzer
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Pincus
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy, and Prosperous New Year
_Dr. end Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and c.-.iidren Sammy and Susie
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Plofkin,
Barbi, Ben, Loren, and Amy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pent,
Dr. Edwin Stephen Pont,
and Dr. and Mrs. Steven Jay Oxler
insh their relatives and fuends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mark, Robin and Sharon Popkin
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. (Me* R. Pepkin
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ar.d Prosperous Hew Yet.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Press
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Prcuss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Prepp
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prost
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Prussin
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
The Parcel Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperoui New Tear
R-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rabin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and chi'e'r^n
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rafaleve
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rsrffel
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Raskin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv rind Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley I. Ratner
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Hcppy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Reed
and Family
wish their relative? and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rein
and Family
ici.sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reminick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
R-
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Resnick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hap^y and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Resfler
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Hdppy and Pro'perous Hew Yee.r
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Retter
and Family
irish their relatives and fnenos
A Hap*v and Pro5perou< New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lten Rettig
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce RickntM
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. David Richman
and Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin
and Family
v h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer
and daughters, Andria and Linda
wisfi thefr relatives and frien h
A Happy an.', Prosperoui Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Essad Rizk
thei lai and friends
A Ha IP V;, year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
anc ,-"ami:y
Wi | ><
A Ha: s
Mr. and Mrs. David Roe
and Family
md friends
A Ha i i.r-rons Sew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
: : : ..: es and .:.:'<
A Happ and P :. us Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rogovin
and Family
u'ish their relatives and frien U
A Happv and P ... \V:c Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer
and Family
;: their relatives and frien Is
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Rosa
and Family
Wish th.eir relatives and frien Is
A Happy and P V"< 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Lucky G. Roscoe
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ I P >tu \ 'w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart P. Rose
and Family
u-ish their relain es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Resen
of 7940 Ctimiiio Circle,
Kings Creek Village, Miami
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Healthy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Rosenberg
and Family
Wish the'' relative; and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sens JeHrey, Eric,
Adam and How, rd
With tl.ei- relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eir Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Lester M. Rosenberg
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy a-1 Prosperoui New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Rosengartea
With their relumes and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenstrauch
wish their relatives and friends
A Haofv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenthal
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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All Astonishing Freud Einstein Exchange
By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
iiokk THAN ever before,
*** mankind is concerned about
the spreading danger of war.
Isaiah's vision (Chapter XI) of
the wolf dwelling withe the lamb,
of the calf and the young lion
being together, of the cow and
bear feeding alike, and a little
child leading them, is more re-
mote in this nuclear age.
When the atomic bomb was
still unknown, before Hitler
gained power, the world's great-
est minds were worried about
the developing menace of war.
Albert Einstein posed the
question, "Is there any way of
delivering mankind from the
menace of war?", as early as
1932. He pleaded for an answer
and he addressed his consterna-
tion to none other than Sigmund
Freud. The world's leading
physicist posed his question to
the world's outstanding interpre-
ter of the human mind.
THAT WHICH troubled these
two geniuses 34 years ago re-
mains the leading challenge in
our day.
Prof. Einstein was not con-
cerned with nations alone. He
was worried about the "intelli-
gentsia," more about the intel-
lectual than about the uncul-
tured masses. He asked Prof.
Freud: "Is it possible to control
man's mental evolution so as to
make him proof against the psy-
choses of hate and destructive-
ness?"
The letter from Prof. Einstein
was dated July 30, 1932, and was
sent from Caputh near Potsdam.
The reply from Prof. Freud nec-
essitated a delay of several
weeks.
Dated September, 1932, Prof.
Freud's answer, written from
Vienna, indicated that the emi-
nent analyst was taken "by sur-
prise" by the query over the re-
lations between Might and Right,
and the eminent psychiatrist
made it clear that: "I was dumb-
founded by the thought of my (of
our, I almost wrote) incompet-
ence."
But Freud was quick to note:
"Then I realized that you did
not raise the question in your
capacity of scientist of physics,
but as a lover of his fellow men."
And Freud reminded himself
that "I was not being called on
to formulate practical proposals,
but. rather, to explain how this
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question of preventing war_
strike a psychologist .
WHILE POSING a question
Albert Einstein offered a S0|^
tion: "the setting up, by inter.
national consent, of a legislative
and judicial body to settle every
conflict arising between na.
t ions ."
As if intuition told him that
even a United Nations, which
was organized 13 years after he
had formulated his questions to
Sigmund Freud, might fail _
and the resignation of U Thant
EtanTtdn added to his query
to Freud: "I come up against a
difficulty; a tribunal is a human
institution which, in pro;>ortion
as the power at its disposal is
inadequate to enforce its ver.
diets, is all the more prone to
suffer these to be deflected by
extrajudicial pressure."
That is why Einstein, in pog.
ing his questions, commented:
"Man has within him a lust for
hatred and destruction. In nor-
mal times his passion ex
a latent state, it emerges inly
in unusual circumstances I u
is a comparatively eas; ; isk to
call it into play and raise it to
the power of a coilecti >
sis
that is why he deel ed: "I
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am thinking by no means only off
It'ie so-called uncultured masses.
[Experience -proves that it is
rather the so-called 'intelligent-
|sia that is most apt to yield to
[these disastrous suggestions."
Sigmund Freud's replyjusti-
fying the several week's delay in
inswering Einstein's urgent
questionswas more than three
times the length of Einstein's
|l ;. It was not an optimistic
conclusion. It asserted that
I"there is no likelihood of our be-
|in; able to suppress humanity's
iggressivt}. tendencies."
He was unable to accept the
contention that "in some happy
-.tiers of the earth, where
it ire brings forth abundantly
ihitever man desires, there
flourish races whose lives go
gently by. unknowing of aggres-
sion or constraint." He expressed
.lesire for more details "about
tese liappy folk" and added:
T^.e Bolsheviks, too, aspire
to i away with human aggros-
f -> by ensuring the satis-
\ : of material needs and en-
. equality between man
in. To me this hope seems
H Meanwhile they perfect
fa armaments, and their
hatred of outsiders is not the
|, : the factors of cohesion
-' themselves ." And
[: was written in 1932:
TAKING INTO account the
a te of this expressed thought
September, 1932the realism of
the eminent psychiatrist becomes
obvious. And his jiessimism was
embodied in this additional com-
ment in his letter to Einstein:
The ideal conditions would
obviously be found in a com-
munity where every man subor-
dinated his instinctive life to the
dictates of reason. Nothing less
than this could bring about so
thorough and so durable a union
between men, even i^ this in-
volved the severance cf mutual
ties of sentiment. But surely
such a hope is utterly Utopian,
as things are."
KRKL'D CONCURRED with
E.nstein: "There is but one sure
way of ending war and that is
the establishment, by common
consent, of a central control
which shall have the last word
in every conflict of interest .
(But) obviously such notions as
these can only be significant
when they are the expression of
a deeply rooted sense of unity,
shared by all."
Here we have a sense of pes-
simism. Freud wrote to Einstein
as a concluding comment, ac-
companied by the assertion,
"should this expose prove a dis-
appointment to you my taceru
regrets:
'The cultural development of
mankind .some. I know, prefer
to eal! it civilization) nas been
in progress since immemorial
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antiquity. To this process we owe
all that is best in our composi-
tion, but also much that makes
for human suffering. Its origins
and causes are obscure, its issue
is uncertain, but some
perceive ... On the psychologi-
cal side two of the most import-
ant phenomena of culture are,
firstly, a strengthening of the in-
tellect, which tends to master
our distinctive life, and, second-
ly, an introversion of the aggres-
sive impulse, with all its conse-
quent benetits and perils.
Now war runs most emphati-
cally counter to the psychic dis-
position imposed on us by the
growth of culture; we are there-
fore bound tc resent war, to find
it utterly intolerable. With
pacifists like us it is not merely
an intellectual and affective re-
pulsion but a constitutional in-
tolerance, an idiosyncrasy in its
most drastic form.
"HOW LONG have we to wait
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pacifist? Impossible to say, and
yet iierhaps our hope that these
two factors man's cultural
aisposition and a well-founded
dread of the form that future
wars will take may serve to j
put an end to war in the near fu-
ture, is not chimerical. But by
what ways or by-ways this will
come about, we cannot guess ..."
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and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weissmaa
aad Children Mark Weissman,
Ossie and Alan Weissman, j
Paula and raul Herman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Weiol
and family |
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Westoe j
ond family
wish thifr relatives and friends
A Happy and F;osperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William Wlckman
and sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiesner
and family !
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilpoa
and Sons
Michael, Stovon, Bruce and Allen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pi osperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Emonuel Winitsky
ond family |
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and children, Sharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. aad Mrs. Thomas E. Woolf
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, Ernest, Lilli
and Children Claire, Max and Neil;
Stanley and Marilyn and
Children David aad Honey [
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
and Family
wish their lewtfUH and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New T*


Page 26-B
+J*rt$tfkritfter
Friday. September 13, 1974
varan ram nw9
s
l\ MILLION' Jews were not
-w-
Mr. ond Mrs. Harvey M. WrubU
and family
wish Attt !--:
A Happy d P N'" r<"
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Bast Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry______
- Y-
Mr. ond Mrs Solomon Yoff*
w.sh thr- -.-::?< and r.enJs
A H*ppy -'* fnapermm Xw 1 -'i'
" Dr. mi Mrrs Mork A. Yarfay
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy an.'. Proiperoui New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mortm Yelea
and Family
1 idi eheir relativei and fri"*
A Happy ^ Prosperous \ew tear
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH P. K1NGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
To The Members and all Us
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
Jewish Community ____
Mr. and Mrs. *akrt Yasi
and Family
wish their rddtrwi and fiends
A Htppy end Prospemu Htm "fear
Dr. Bernard Tesner and
Dr. Paul Gu'lohn
and their families
wish I ;rJ fri****
A Hapr-. and P Nrui Tea*
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family-
extend to the officers, directors
ar.d staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
z-
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler,
Pamela, Scott and Jonathan
A H- -\"'u r Mrs. Albert (Petty) Zalka
wishes her re! frleiwi
A Happ) and i' New tear
Mr. ond Mrs Theodore Zalles
and Family
.,;, their reketvei and friends
A Happy and P N
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zeichner
and Family
Wish their rela
A Happy and Prospi fear
Mr. and Mrs. lorry I. Zeisel
and Family
wish their rel< "''
A Happy and P- : Year
Mr. ond Mrs. takert Zerli*
ond Family
urfsh their relative* and ''k
A Harry N Year
Mr. Md Mrs. Sigimmd Zither
: ('.:.:.: t and friends
A Happy and Prospert uj New Year
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
fxtend Heartfeff
NfW YtAK GPEfT/NGS
fo the Members *f
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and fo the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
DR. MAXUPSCHTTZ
end Family
o!
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
JACOB C. COHEN
SYNAGOGUE
and its affiliate groups
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Mr. end Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
'-. lhe:T re-am es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \e\c fear
Mr. ond Mrs. Don Zinomon
and Family
wish their reitftrt'Ci and friends
A Happy and F- New tea*
Dr. and Mrs. Doran dinner
and Family
I :: their u' nit
A Happy ami P- pt New Tfer
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
Extend Best Wishes for a Happ/
New Year to the Members and
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations.
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
Ottered by the Nazis ac-
centing to the author of a pam-
;.ublished in Britain by an
anti Semtetk political fringe
_ it is all part of the
Jews' myth making machine.
A question put in the House of
Commons by a Jewish Labor
Member. Paul Rose, and the in-
vestigation carried out by the
ir-ass circulation Daily Express,
after one of its readers discover-
ed 5.000 pamphlets in the base-
ment of a south coast guest
house, has exposed a skein of ex-
tremist neo-fascist groups operat-
ing in a shadowy world of false
names and forwarding addresses.
THE REAL identity behind
the pseudonym. Richard Har-
wood. employed by the author of
Did Six-Million Really Die?" re-
mains a mystery. The publishers.
Historical Review Press, cannot
be located.
The only people behind the
publication revealed so far are
members or sympathizers of the
extreme Right-wing National
Front.
The N.F. has yet no members
in the House of Commons but
has been successfully exploiting
antipathy and resentment to-
wards Britain's colored immi-
grants by picking up in some
constituencies over ten per cent
f the vote. In the 1974 general
election, tne N.F. put 33 candi-
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
Extend heartfeff
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to
Temple Adath Yeshurun
and the entire community
RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish for all Jewry and particu
larly the members and officer"
of TEMPLE BETH SHALOM,
Hollywood,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ARTHUR J. ABRAMS
wish the Jewish community
of South Florida, and
particuarly the officers
and members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
AVROM DRAZIN
Wish a Happy New Year
to the members of
Temple Israel of Miramax
and to the entire
Jewish community
Anti Semite Says
I Six Million
Of Europe's Jews
I
Did NOT Die
dates in the Field and polled
100.0000 votes.
The 28-page pamphlet itself,
entitled "Did Six-Million Really
Die? The Truth at Last." re-
sembles in its format, layout and
print the organ of the N.F.
Spearhead.
THE s<'I'KRILOI s content of
the pamphlet was first brought
RABBI and MRS.
MORDECAI SHAPIRO
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
to the attention of the Attorney
General, Sam Silkin, by the Jew.
ish Labor MP. Paul Rose, a bar-
rister.
He asked that the publication
be referred to the director of
public prosecutions "with a view
to prosecution for Incitement un-
der the Race Relations Acts''
Silkin. in the House of Com-
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAFIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
A Harr- and P
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
K HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to ail
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
ELLIOT WINOGRAD
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
Miami Beach
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliated orcar.izations
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
MICHAEL B. EISENSTAT
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.
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL oi
GREATER MIAMI
S;ncere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
nc" children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
h their ':':: tt tn i
A Hsppy a'.i P-" pesoms Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred ZisepH
and Family
di
A Happy and P \ Tear
Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Zwtker
Md Family
tffish mfh teiaamat and friends
A Happy and Prosperous J\ew tear
RABBI DAVID
M. BARON
Extends Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Memoers and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
cmd to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
NORMAN MUSSMAN
MARLA and JAY
Extend their New Year
Greetings to the
BETH TORAH FAMILY
and the Jewish Community
Mr. ami Mrs. fervid Z.ck.
wish their relames and friends
A Happy ar.d Prosperous "Hew Tear
Mr. ami Mrs. MeUm ZwkarMB
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON
WALDENBERG
wi*h a Happy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
PHINEAS WEBERMAN
Extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the rcsmbers of
Ohev Shalom
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
and to Jewrv Everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NtW YtAK
RABBI and MRS.
NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
to Temple Emanu-0
and
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
RABBI and MRS.
PHILLIP A. LABOWlfl
Extend Greetings to Member*
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL.
Ft Lauderdale.
and to the commune


Irridoy. September 13, 1974
* Jewish fUrldnnn
Page 27-B
,s disclosed that he had ask-
"JT. nPP to consider whether
ia libation under Section
Ihv, Race Relations Act,
i65 was justified.
Rut whereas Rose had asked
|Jti* prosecution of the author
",\ ,,. Hoard of Deputies
Tjelo- Jewry's representative
'hKiv> asked the Attorney Gen-
eral that the publishers, too,
luld be included in the con-
^deration d the DPP.
MARTIN SAV1TT, chairman
defense group>X+
mine.-, revealed that
a,i requested the govern-
ment t inMitute proceedings for
lit ol both against
irwoud and the His-
torical Review Press.
There can be little doubt
.....character of
ations made in the
insl the Jewish
I. it goes much further
| than denying the fact of the
death of six million Jews as a
direct result of official Nazi
policy. The Jewish people stand
accused not only of falsifying
na affidavits and
aphs.
p0, the pamphlet also sug-
I rests that the "enormous fraud"
lwas committed with the delibe-
i kmailing the
nto accei ting the estab-
ent of Israel and of ft-
dn by way of German
tion.
RABBI and MRS.
NATHAN ZOLONDEK
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE SHOLOM
OF POMPANO BEACH
for a Healthy and
Happv New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishe3 for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
he Jewish Community Cen'et
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
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.
SADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet the members of
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion of the
New Year
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
PQTtililarly ,he members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
u Sincere Wishes for
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
* E W YEAR
"It is possible," the author
wrote, "that the story of the six-
million Jews is seising a politi-
cal purpose, even that it is a
form of po'iticai blackmail. So
far as the Jewish people them-
selves are oorfcoined the decep-
tion has b efit.
"It roused sympathy for their
Jewish National Homeland they
hud sought for so long."
THE DE0EPT16N about the
six-million, he went on. also help-
Mi the Jewish people to have its
strength "consolidated financial-
ly" since "to dale the staggering
figure of EL 6 billion has been
paid out in compensation by the
Federal Government of West
Germany."
In its approach to the Attorney
General, the Hoard of Deputies
ha also asked tor 'he establish-
ment of the real Identity of the
author and the publishers of the
liLeious pamphlet.
Its author, Hartvood, is de-
scribed in the pamphlet as an ex-
pert on the Second World War
connected with the University of
London. But at the university
they do not seem to have heard
of him.
As for the publishers. Histori-
cal Review Press, it does not ap-
pear in any directory and its ad-
dress 23 Ellerker Gardens,
Richmond (a West London su-
burb i turned out to be a block
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members ot
TEMPLE NER TAMJD
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 Shoiom.
Jewry at large, and all
humanty a year of fulfillment
and peace.
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE CONGREGATION
RABBI and MRS.
DOW ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
CHARLES M. RUBEL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace end 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.
DOV BIDNICK
and FAMILY
of fiats and merely a forwarding
address.
HOWEVER, the Daily Express
some time ago got on the trail
of the pamphlet and revealed
this week some of the men lie-
hind Its publication and distribu-
tion. "Tracing the authors back
to the National Front," it stated,
"re.ii.iied a full-scale Daily Ex-
press i:i\ estlgatlon."
The first the paper heard of
the pamphlet was when one of
it- r< ade dii overed 5.000
copies stored i-i the basement of
a Brighton guest house called
"Heideltx..-."
i ; Heidelberg's manager,
Alan Hancock, told the Kxpress
tnat his guest house had a Ger-
man name because his wife was
German, that he himself "had no
contact with any political group,"
and that he had not been aware
of the thousands of copies in his
basement.
Though the Express does not
mention it. Hancock (who some-
times uses the name of J. Gre-
ville-Stewarl i is the founder of
the Racial Preservation Society
fated with the Na-
: '>nt.
Fl IITHKK INQUIRIES by the
- teal established that L'.'S
ei G.u<:en> -e.i as the
forwarding address for the His-
torical Review Press, belongs to
Robin Beauclair, a 55-year-old
faimer and a close associate of
Hancock. But unlike Hancock, by;
did not deny his active associa-
tion with the National Front.
The Express claims Beauclair re-
ceived the mail (addressed to
Historical Review Press I and
dealt with the financial side of
its maga inc.
A former prisoner of war in
Germany, Beauclair told the Ex-
press: The story of six-million
jews being slaughtered is a total
myth."
Continued on Page 30-11
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rota
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<-60G Coftns Avenue E C Southwest 40!h Street
. -1911 r440
Coral Gables West Dade
130C ^oiceaei-ton Boulevard 11291 B.rC RcaC
441 5641 1-214
Midtown
14 Niorthjves". 2.i.'."! Street
3250450
Riverside
60 Northwest 12th Avenue
3738771
MEMBERS SUN RANKS OF FLORIDA INC 'MEMBERS FDIC
"RABBI and MRS.
ISAAC D. VINE
Extend heartfelt wishes for o
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Mogan David
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
"RABBfand MRS.
ROBERT P. FRAZIN
Extend herjrtfe't wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SOLEL
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI DR. and MRS.
MAX J. WEITZ
and FAMILY
Extend heartfelt wishss for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
CORAL SPRINGS
HEBREW CONGREGATION
i!s members, and
affiliate organizations
RABBI DR. and MRS.
SHELDON N. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudjth Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
iii)'
RABBI and MRS.
ZEV LEFF
Extend Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
VICTOR D. ZWELLING
and FAMILY
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
Temple B'nai Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizations
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON J. GROSS
and FAMILY
Extend to the Officers
and Members of
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
HARRY E. SCHWARTZ
Wish a Happy New Year
to the members of the
Hallandale Jewish Center
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI DR. and MRS.
ABRAHAM B. JACOBSON
Wish a Happy New Year
to the members of the
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
the entire Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
Extend Best Wishes to
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
1ABBI and MRS.
MORDECAI
CHAIMOVITS
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH
SEFARD CONGREGATION
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI and MRS.
MEIR MASLIAH
MELAMED
Wish for al! Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
CUBAN SEPHARDIC
HEBREW CONGREGATION
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
DR. and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to the Members and Officers of
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION OF
KENDALE LAKES
and its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community____


Page 28-B
*>Jenit fkrkHaup
Friday, September
13,
As if They Didn't Have Enough, Jews Seek New Demons
By KAP.BI ALAX W.
fRCIST" is still play-
crowdtl Aruses. *he
i l ing
lines stretch longer than they did
for "The Godfather." For the oc-
cult to bypass the violent at the
American box office is already
a phenomenon. Reports of mis-
carriage, vomiting. fainting
spells, loss of appetite fail to
daunt the hundreds of thousands
of all races, colors and creeds
who brave wind, rain, sleet, cold
and a five dollar ticket for an
encounter between the devil and
a 15-year-old.
One young man reports a de-
sire to see her masturbate with
a crucifix, another to experience
her green vomit, yet another to
hear the voice of the devil
through adolescent lips.
THE TITLE of this incredible
cultural phenomenon is "The
Exorcist," but the intent of the
crowds is the opposite. The "suc-
ces de scandale" of book and
movie is but a symptom of a
massive return to a morbid pre-
occupation with the evocation of
the occult in recent years rather
than its abolition.
Horoscopes, astrology, tarot
cards, witchcraft are all part of
the same family of phenomena.
We are witnessing a recrudes-
cence of unreason unprecedent-
ed in civilized countries since the
Middle Ages.
Whatever the reasons the
radicalism of the sixties and the
reaction thereto, the Watergate
syndrome, the end of the era of
of social engineering, the death
of God and the ineptitude of con-
ventional religion the fact
must be reckoned with.
THERE IS little reason to
doubt but that Jews are part of
this trend in its overt, more vul-
gar dimensions though to what
extent it is hard to estimate.
.MILLER Sales of books on the bi/arre run
high and Jews buy books.
The box office crowd for "The
Kxorcist" is not exactly Juderi-
rein. In a more subtle, sophisti-
cated, refined but no less dan-
gerous sense there has been
among Jews a functionally equi-
valent growing preoccupation
with if not the exclusively oc-
cult the mystical, the irra-
tional and the exotic as opposed
to the rational ever since the end
of the Second World War.
The preoccupation with Hasid-
ism on the part of those who
have no intention of becoming
Hasidim themselves is part of
this phenomenon.
The Hasidic story in Its origi-
nal historical context the vir-
tually impotent Jewish ghetto
performed a salvific, sustaining
service for the Jew whose fan-
tasy could more often than not
be his only reality.
IX A pragmatic, action-ori-
ented society where Jewish sur-
vival may conceivably depend
more on shrewd communal
planning than on selfishly indi-
vidualistic pipe dreams the story
becomes an intellectual luxury,
a will-'o-the-wisp, side-tracking
the mind away from reality to
the more pleasurable but ulti-
mately less rewarding world of
fancy.
Non Zionist, non orthodox,
non-observant Jews like Irving
Kristol sing the praises of a me-
dieval Church-State combination
in Israel ("God bless and keep
Orthodoxy far away from
us>"I to the bewilderment of
Israelis.
The swing to the right among
American Jews, first visible like
the proverbial small cloud no
bigger than a man's hand on the
horizon in the voting for the
Civilian Review Board in New
York City in 196G. which grew
steadily through 1968 and 1970,
until it became a cloud of stag-
gering relative proportions in the
Nixon landslide oi 1972. is also
part of the same family.
IF LIBERALISM is based on
faith In progress, conservatism
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID ROSENFIELD
extend a Kappy Nsw Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH AHM
and to the Jewish community
DR. and MRS.
DAVID RAAB
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON
Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...
rKichard, Of/en and Q^hildi
rot
does not mean opposition to pro-
gress. There is a delicate semant-
ic twist involved here. Conser-
vatism merely suggests that we
have a surfeit of progress.
What the liberal calls progress
is radicalism or revolution, too
much, too soon. To arrive at this
remarkable conclusion in present
day America involves nothing
less than a species of verbal con-
juration.
A whole generation of middle
class Jews were brought into the
mainstream of American .
by the New Deal. Now a *
American generation onlv t
minuscule extent Jewish call it
a New Deal to do for ,he A
privileged and exclude ltt\, *
what the original New Dp.,
. for the underprivileged and
eluded of yesterday
whom Jews were a sjgni(i,
part. ia
INCREASING M MBF.R$
American Jews seem ti be J
ing: too much, too goon, toor*
cal. Liberalism designates si*
an attitude as reactionary,
tory will judge.
Stories go well with reedl
v-mm.
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_ September 13. 1974
*Jewisti fhridfiain
Page 29-B
40,000
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in Rossmoor
communities
can't be wrong!
)UNG HASSIDIC COUPLE: Pen and ink drawing
iry oolitic*. Sometimes, as with
ke original Hasidim, they al-
Iviate the pain from the under-
.g's standpoint. Sometimes they
the guilt from the top-
I standpoint
nee i is tewer stories
facts. We nerd to feel
the immediacy of pain and op-
pression in our innermost selves,
be goaded to cope with it to the
best of our ability, not sing songs
to ourselves which put our con-
sciences to social sleep. "The
Exorcist" goes well with a con-
se: vative mood .
The diabolical is there, outside,
beyond us. Not our concern. A
culture preoccupied with the oc-
cult and the escapist, with main-
taining the status quo, is not go-
Ing to take its social obligations
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J-reitJ C*ii**Mn w.rcwgwy
Continued from Pase 25-B
Since this exchange of letters
which have historic merit
came the most int.>lei able of all
wars. Hitler canje and with him
the threat to everything that is
decent in the world. And now
tliere are new wars, added
threats to man's dignity.
How would Einstein and Freud
have written and acted in 1932
had they known what was to
happen to them Einstein a
refugee in the United States and
I a refugee in Great Bri-
tain?
With what added despair both
might have written only six
years after their exchange of the
two new famous epistles! But
even now. their questions, their
pacifist cravings tor an end to
wars, continue to haunt the in-
tellect of man. pleading with him
to make an end of strife so that
the prophecy of Isaiah may in-
deed become reality.
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According to the pamphlet,
only 300,000 Jews perished which
could happen in any large scale
war. "The object of our publica-
tion," Beauclair said, "is to edu-
cate the people and reveal the
tiue facts.
"WE ARE a small group, call
us John Citizens, and we are not
ail necessarily members of the
National Front. Our purpose is
to sweep aside all Jewish propa-
ganda of the past.
"Don't you know that we live
under Jewish domination? The
entire mass media is Jewish-con-
trolled. It is time that we as
British people, dictated our des-
tiny."
London Chronicle Syndicate
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vJenist ftcridiar
Friday, September 13,
1974
Jews are Seeking New Demons Todav
Continued from Pace 2!>-B
too seriously.
SATAN IN Judaism is the Ad-
versary, hardly the Devil. In the
Bible he is almost persona grata
with* God. Ce; tainiy !:e has ac-
cess to high places. Ha ll a pro-
secutor, a necessary evil for
man's' rectitude. As for spirits,
the Bible enjoins us to ignore
them. It does not deny their
reality witness the witch of
En Dor.
'The Dvbbuk" is indigenous to
folk Judaism, and we have had
oar exorcists in our time. But
this li the twentieth century and
one would like to think that Jews
by now would have accepted the
challenge of Freud and'diagnosed
diabolical possession as psychosis
and not familiar spirits.
That which our ancestors de-
icribed as Satan and Dybbuk
can be accounted for far more
intelligently by current opera-
tional concepts than by postu-
lates of external supernauralistic
beings.
Bl T BELIEF in the Devil y
an external hypostasis j, \
least of the problems involved fa
the current mood of America.
society in general and American
Jewry in particular.
The single area where Ameri
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Page 31-B
We of B'nai B'rith extend
Greetings for the New Year
The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges, representing
more than five thousand members, wish our fellow
Jews A Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year.
We are proud to be associated with the largest Jewish service
organization in the world, dedicated to our principles of
BENEVOLENCE, BROTHERLY LOVE AND HARMONY.
We urge all Jews to join with us in our work as we strive to
make this a better community and a better world for
all peoples regardless of race,
religion or national origin.
FRED SNYDER
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodqes
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1974-1975
President FRED SNYDER, 1031 N.W. 196th Terr., Miami, Florida 33169
President-Fleet BARRY T GURLAND
Wce-PresHent GEORGE KOTIN
V>c-PresMent JOSEPH SUSSMAN
Vice-President AEE CHECKMAN
Vic-President HARRY MARCO'J
Trooturor 10UIS HYMSON, 2011 N.E. 210 St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33160
6532088
947-2140
TRUSTEES
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1974-1975
S0t KAYE
SIDNEY RITTER
JACK CHAIKEN
HERMAN NUDELMAN
SOI KLEIN
ROBERT FEING01D
MOE MEHIMAN
ALFRED GOLDEN
COL NAT KUTCHER
MEIVIN FEJGEIES
supreme lodge regional membership director in Florida
JACK R. GUCK, 18021 N.E. Biscayne, Apt. 1104, No. Miami Beach, Fla.
HONORARY TRUSTEES
MAURICE J. FINEGOL0~ SAM NlfBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN L ALBERT PALL0T
JOSEPH GORINSTE1N JACK ROSENBERG
ARTHUR HOKWITZ SAM I. SILVER
BERT BROWN LEO STEINMAN
MALCOLM H. FR0MBERG SAMUEL PASCOE
JACK KIRSCHBAUM HOWARD M. NEU
DAV)D I. TOW
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PHILIP COHEN, 2560 N.E. 215th St. North Miami Beach, Fla. 33160
lOBM.i:* COMPRISING B'NAI B'RITH IOINUL OF SOUTH FLORIDA i OIK.is
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
CORAL GABLES LODGE No. 1682
Herbert Schurowiti, President
Dinner Meeting-3rd Tuesday 6 p.m.
Different Place Each Month
DADUAND LODGE No.2846
Dr. Philip Mogolesky, President
Meets at Dade Federal
104th St. and S. Dixie Hwy.
8 p.m. 4th Thursday
BASKERS LODGt He. 2914
Allan masters, President
Dinner Meeting-3rd Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Different Place Each Month
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GILBERT BAIKIN LODGt
Charles Seivitch and
Morty Kaufman, Presidents
SCOPUS LODGE No. 2718
Roberi II Nowman, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Bldg.
7 p.m.-3rd Monday
SHOLE/M LODGE No. 1024
Ken Hoffman, President
Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th St.
8 p.m. -2nd Tuesday
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
GOLD COAST LODGE No. 2608
Myron H. Cohen, President
Seocoast Towers
5101 Collins Ave.
8 p.m.-3rd Tnesday
HMIKVA LODGE No. 2632
Eric Glaser, President
American Savings and Loan
Lincoln and Alton Roads
8 p.m.-4th Wednesday
"OTfl EXECUTIVE HOSPITALITY LOME
No. 2690
H<"vey Weinherg, President
vriou$ Hotels
Noon-last Friday
IUDEA LODGE
Cl- Nathaniel Kutcher, President
oney Pioia
* Pi2nd Tuesday
*"4M LATIN LODGt No. 2794
''"Sue Kolusin, President
>'phardic Jewish Center
M* Collins Ave.
8 Pm.-lst Sunday
MACCABEE LODGE No. 2579
George Kotin, President
Forte Towers-1200 West Avenue
7:30 p.m.-3rd Tuesday
MIAMI REACH LODGt Ne. 159T
David E. Rubinson, President
100 Lincoln Rood
8 p.m.-Lost Monday
SPORTS LOOOE No. 2834
Edward Weiner, President
Jefferson National Bank
41st Street
8 p.m.-lst Thursday
ISAIAH LODGE
Norman N. Sevin, President
BAY HARBOR SURFSIDE, FLORIDA
FREEDOM LODGt No. 2421
Herman Nudelman, President
Surfside Community Center
8 p.m.4th Monday
NORTHSHORl LODGt No. 1744
Jack W. Sloan, President
Surfside Community Center
8 p.m.-lst Tuesday
NORTH DADE, FLORIDA
BKANDtIS LODGt No. 2705
Joseph Sussman, President
Point East Club House Meeting Room
7:30 p.m.-2nd Monday
FRIENDSHIP LODGt No. 2795
Morris Slavik, President
Buckley Towers Auditorium
Miami Gardens Drive
8 p.m.-3rd Monday
DIDICATrON LODGt No. 2743
Saul Vogel, President
Jade Winds Auditorium in Towers
3rd Sunday-Brunch Meeting 10 a.m.
ORETFUS LODGt No. 2775
Jack Lippson, President
Windsor Towers
1550 N.E. 168th St.
8 p.m.-3rd Monday
MAIMONIDES LODGt No. 2812
Maurice Mehlnvan, President
Star Lakes Condominium
10 a.m.-1st Sunday
HARMONY LODGt No. 2463
Jacob Weitzer, President
Washington Federal Auditorium
633 N.E. 167th St.
p.m. -3rd Monday
ISRAEL LODGt No. 2676
Irving Levy, President
Moorings Auditorium
1415 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.
10 a.m.3rd Sunday
mt-AJHH LODGt No. 2393
Lester Green. President
Financial Federal
650 N.W. 183rd St.
8:30 p.m.3rd Tuesday
NORTH DADt LODGt No. 2043
Charlie Hersh, President
Washington Federal
633 N.E. 167th St.
8 p.m.3rd Tuesday
SIMCHA AVINTURA LODGt No. 2911
Al Sherman, President
First Federal Savings A loan
Biscayne Blvd. & 183rd St.
8 p.m.last Thursday
LtVI tSHKOL LODGE No. 2786
Dr. Charles Frank, President
Rolling Green Condominium Auditorium
1201 N.E. 191st St.
8 p.m.Last Wednesday
SUNNY ISLE LODGt No. 2806
Irving H. Cypers. President
Arlen House, 500 Bay View Dr.
7:45 p.m.4th Tuesday
WtlTZMANN LODGt No. 2727
Royal Kweit, President
Forum Condominium Recreation Hall
14th Ave.and. NX 191st St.
S p.m.-2nd Tuesday
SINAI LODGE No. 2709
Max Jacobs, President
New Horizon Condominium
8 p.m.4th Thursday
COLONEL MARCOS LODGt No. 2884
Harry Bexley, President
Century 21 Auditorium
8 p.m.-4th Thursday
HAVEN LODGt No. 2903
Nathan Goldstein, President
Del Prado Condominium
180th St. I Biscayne Blvd.
8 p.m.2nd Monday
HAYM SOLOMON LODGt No. 2885
Dave Abromowitz, President
Winston Towers-Meeting in the
Towers 100 or 200, 174th and Collins
8 p.m.-lst Thursday
SOUTH MIAM', FLORIDA
TZEDAKAN LODGt
Seth J. Krebs, President
KEY WEST, FLORIDA
ABE ARONOv'ITZ LODGE
Bernie Traub, President
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
tASTtKN SNORES LODGE
Milton Balsam, President
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Hyman Antokoletz, President
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vjenistincrkfirtr
Friday, September 13, jg.
Phone Service Restored to Connecticut Nazi Organization
NEW HAVEN. Conn. (JTA)
A federal judge has approved
an agreement to restore to a
group of Bridgeport Nazizs a
telephone service they used to
disseminate anti-Semitic and
anti-Black messages on recorded
tapes, pending a ruling on the
constitutionality of the state law
under which they lost that ser
vice.
Judge Robert Zampano ap-
proved the agreement, previously
reached by attorneys for both
sides, during a show cause hear-
ing on a complaint by the
National Socialist White People's
Party.
THE NAZIS had filed suit
contending that an order to the
Southern New England Tele-
phone Co. cancelling the service
abridged their freedom of the
press under the First Amend-
ment.
They also sought $15,000 in
damages. Damages were denied.
The cancellation effort was
started by Attorney General
Robert Killian and brought a
rcuest from Bridgeport Police
Chief Joseph Walsh to the utility
to stop service on grounds that
broadcasting or transmitting de-
famatory statements about a
race' violates Connecitcut's group
slander law.
Judge Zampano ordered Walsh
to notify the utility to restore
the service to the Nazzis.
THE JUDGE also waived the
statute of limitatons. a ruling
which would apparently make
the Nazis liable to criminal
prosecution if a three-judge
panel, to be convened this fall,
upholds the constitutionality of
the state law.
The suit by the Nazis, under
Judge Zampano's ruling, will be
continued with only the Connec-
ticut Public Utilities Commis-
sion, Walsh and
Attorney Gen. Frederick ff
ner as defendants.
State"s Attorney Joseph r*
ley. Chief Prosecutor John W
and the utility are no lon,
lii-ted as defendants, Judge Z
pano ruled.
IN A ruling filed with t,
court late August. Neusner d
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"the most vicious and deprave
forms of racial and religi0J
Neusner contended that th
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RovSh Hashona
Prayers And
The Meaning
Of Survival
By MEIR CHARNIAK
*~"TTinmiiiinnmm .........
AT THE approach of Rosh
Hashona. our thoughts turn
to prayer itself, its meaning to
us as Jews and its value in Jew-
ish survival. In dipping through
basic Jewish classics, I find that
even the great philosophers,
theologians and religious lead-
ers and spokesmen probe the
meaning of prayer, and come
up with different concepts.
We all stand in judgment be-
fore God during the High Holy
Days and, of course, we pray,
both as individuals and as
members of a communityfor
forgiveness. Abraham Joshua
Heschel, in "Man's Quest for
God," tells us the following:
"IT IS not safe to pray alone.
Tradition insists that we pray
with, and as a part of, the com-
munity; that public worship is
preferable to private worship."
Then he added, "Those who
cherish genuine prayer, yet feel
driven away from the houses of
worship because of the sterility
of public worship today, seem
to believe .that private prayer
is the only way.
Yet, the truth is that private
prayer will not survive unless


As we p^ay this Rosh Hashona
for individual souis and for Jew-
ish souls all over the world, we
also pray that Israel remain se-
cure and be permitted to develop
its cities, its soil and its industry.
The commonality of interest
between us ties us together in
an unbreakable bond, and we
must pray that it remain so.
'
it is inspired by public prayer.
The way of the recluse, the ex
elusive concern with personal
salvation, piety in isolation from
the community is an act oi im-
piety."
PERHAPS these words, dear-
ly and plainly enunciated, ex-
plain why Jews, sometimes in-
different to synagogue attend-
ance during the rest of the year,
fill their houses of worship
during the Days of Awe.
Dr. Heschel made another
penetrating point about Juda-
ism, and relates it to prayer in
communion with others:
"Judaism is not only the ad-
herence to particular doctrines
and observances but primarily
living in the spiritual order of
the Jewish people, the living in
the Jews of the past with the
Jews of the present.
"Judaism is not only a cer-
tain aualitv in the souls of the
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(Broad Causeway) President
To All ... A Very Happy New Year
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community horn
PATIENTS CENTER
(LOU GROSSMAN)
Telephone: 445-2662
3121 Coral Way, Miami, Honda
THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
Ponce De Leon Beauty Salon
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 445-2631
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ANVIL METALS. INC.
Miscellaneous Ornamenii! Fabrications
840 West 20th St., Hialeah 885-5525
LEO BECK
A KAFPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SElDEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave. OX 1-8700
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHARBET CHEMICAL CORP.
Charles, Betty and Mel Turk
1360 N.W. 54th St., Miami 759-6894
YOIXGBLOOD ItOOIIM. CO.
RAY and LEROY YOUNGBLOOD
1085 N.W. 36th Street 635-2501
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Rhone: 751-9415
IQoslt Centiamed froea Page 1-C
individuals, 'juc primarily the
existence of the community of
Israel. It is not a doctrine, an
idea, a faith, but the covenant
between God and the peopl?.
Oor share in holiness we ac-
quire by living in the Jewish
community. What we do as in-
dividuals is a trivial episode;
what ve attain as Israel causes
u- to become a part of eter-
nity."
IX THIS striving for eternity,
in this desire for unity with
one's own people. Jew? gather
-.ogether on Rosh Hashona
when they cannot seem to Rad
the time to come together on
other holidaysand Dray. Thus.
"the Jew does not stand alone
before God." according to Dr
Heschel "It is as a member of
the community that he stands
before God."
Nevertheless, prayer is a!*o
an individual act and Rabbi
N'achman of Bratzhv. as para-
hrased by Martin Bub3r clari-
fied the sienificance cf per-
sonal prayer in these poetic
words:
"Let everyonr cry out to God
and lift up his heart to Him. as
if he were hanging by a ha:r
and a trumpet were raging to
he very- heart of heaven so
-hot he did not know what to
Jo. and he had almost no more
jme left to cry out. And in
ruth there is no counsel and
~.o refuge for him to ssve to
-emain alone and to lift up his
ves and his heart to God and
:o cry out to Him. One should
do this at all times, for a man
is in great danger in the world."
A man is in great danger
.n the world ..." and if man
'he Jewrecognizes himself as
part of his people, then man
-annot but be anxious not onl>
ibout himself but his people.
THIS IS why the Jew re-
;ponds to the call of his fellow
Jew everywhere in th world
ind why Kol Yisrael Chaverim"
all Jews are Brothers.
Besides prayer in the syna-
ioeucboth the private and tlM
3ubl:c act what can we. as
jcws. pray for (as reoresenta-
i-e= of an entire oeoplf) as
ve face the challenge of the
lew Year?
Wf can. and must, of course,
pray for world peace.
The Heorew Prophets. fiet
and demanding as they were,
understood that peace was pn
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL ..,
11223 St. MXIEIW7.
233-7765
1936 N.E. 163rd Street 947-7577
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
UNIROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania! MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
"We Never Close"
1501 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 373-8445
LEON C McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL, JR.
Of
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of Their Friends
A Very Happy New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. & MRS.
AIMERT ROSE\RERG
4k FAMILY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
AMOCO OF PERJRINE
18005 S. Dixie Hwy. 233-7756
ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES-TOW SERVICE & REPAIRS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOMES APARTMENTS ACREAGE HOTELS
SIDNEY SPARER. REALTOR
REGISTERED 'REAL ESTATE BROKER
226 SONNY ISLES BLVD., MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Ph.n 945-M3I
A Happy New Year To All .
GABLES LINCOLN MERCURY, INC.
4001 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables Phone 445-7711
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.W. 59th STREET, MIAMI
Ph. 633-8271
mary if there was to be Dm.
gross in the world. In the *
u, X** Prophets do ,e ffaJJ
" ""4 -apousals Z
ptace it .s inherent in oUr h -j,
thai we pray forand seek
peace.
other religions conquered bt
the sword, and left trails et
death, bloodshed and massacn
in their wake. This is foreign |J
the Jew. It has been peace, not
the sword for the Jew.
AND EVEN today. as u,
Jewish State of Israel prays fat
peace, calls for peace sessions
with adamant and wi
enemies, the weaoons o! -
Jewish State arc collected ar.d
purchased in the devout hops
that they never will b util i
And SO. as we pra>
la-hona for individual (_.;
lrd for Jewi-h soul; all ovei
he word, we s!so pr
rael remain srrure and r
nittfd to develvi its citiej .-
>oll and its industry.
We must pray, too. :'
tinuation of the partnership be
'.ween the Jews of Israel a:d
the Jews of W\n' Unit States
who re^rosent the sr< ati ". cent
Continued on Page 15-v"
A Happy New Yecrr ioA]
WALLACHS-
DICK
RICHMOND
Fine Men's Clothes
201 E. Flagler Street
300 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
fompano Fashion Square
Dadeland
rtolicay Greetings
mnvAKD v
ill tfkWKH
"Custom rtou*e Brokers"
Port of Miami
P.O. Box 389- 33101
(305) 371-8431
A Happy New Year Tc ';
DESK
EXCHANGE
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35m STREET
Phone 634-4024
Holiday Greetings
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman
534-9587 or 538-2503
A Happy New Year To AH
from
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER


Fridav. September 13, 1974
+Jewisti fhrkHan
Page 3-C
HASIOIW SEATED IN SYNAGOGUE AT PAYR
A Happy New Year To All
CHARLES D'ESTE
licensed Hypnotist
Stop Smoking, Reduce Weight
Etc. With Amazing 95% results)
Over 45 Years Experience
1410 N.W. 119th St.
Office 751-2215
Home 681-8717
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
232B Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
A H3ppy New Year To All
MARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BIDG.
Suite 12-G
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2700 or 534-4750
A Happy New Year To All
LEE'S TACKLE. INC.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle
Marine Equipment
LUNDY'S
MARKET
'435 Washington Avenue
WISH THTilR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy New Year To All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
'2801 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami
685-1514
Ut
Jjest Wishes J-or &*t ear
KELLEY UPHOLSTERY
81 E. 4th STREET
HiALEAH 33010
*
*.t WOm MES A-PERODE AU
INSURANCE INC.
10 N.W. 14th AVENUE
MIAMI 33125
ID
&* WMs %r e4 Jtappy J& %
BELL BEAUTY
and BARBER SUPPLY
25 W. 21tt STREET
HIALEAH 33010
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Eitan Kassel and Yoav Moshe
Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS-Phone 757-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue-Emergency: 895-2738, 893-3758
441
^fjest Ct /sites J~or AAA CUTTING SERVICE
4650 E. 10th LANE
HIALEAH 33010
iy
JtJ-ii
Jjest LVishes J~or &** <-^aPPy <-/*w M*
ear
WESTCHESTER
GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
MIAMI 33155
Jjest ILishes J-or z/t ear
CREST WOOD INDUSTRIES
MANUFACTURERS OF KITCHEN CABINETS
4733 E. 11th AVENUE
HIALEAH 33013
tg
Jfest 'Wishes 'jor &4 G. F. SIGNS
7003 S.W. 46th STREET
MIAMI 33155



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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
SOUTHEAST INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
fr DISTRIBUTOR
COMPLETE STOCK OF SELF-LOCKING PANELS.
BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
MASONRY, PAINTING, ALL BUILDING OBSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE WORK
SALES RENTALS
PHONE 635-2408
*5
"Holiday Greetings
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Phone: 854-1254
265 Shore Drive, East Bay Heights, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
*
Miami Jai Alai fronton
633-9661
L STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associate*
3590 NW 37th Ave., Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone. 238-3535
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Hoffman Office Supply
Company. Inc.
DESKS-CABINETS-CHAIRS-ETC.
53 HIALEAH DRIVE, HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE 888-2479
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RAYMOND'S Famous STEAK HOUSE
and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
ONE AND ONLY LOCATION
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 947-0331
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
DIXIE GAS CORPORATION
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH. 667-2533
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EDWARDS PRODUCE COMPANY, INC
1201 N.W. 21st STREET, MIAMI Phono 324-6143
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG., 221 N.W. 1st Court Miami
Phono 373-1257
vjewistrkritffor
Friday, September 13, 1974
The Memorable Sounding of the Shofar
By RABBI CHARLES SCHULMAX
(~|XE OF the most memorable rites to cast a
listing impression on the worshiper during
the High Holy Days services is the sounding of
the ShofartViMiorl -rnaar- 1 "" mt en-
tire hushed congregation. youn* and old alike,
brace their thoughts and feelings against the
shrill, piercing blast that has called upon Jews
down through the ages to awaken to full spiritual
cjnsciousness.
This is as it should be. for the shofar has al-
ways typified the everlasting, traditional charac-
ter of the Jewish faith.
Reaching back into remote beginnings of
Judaism as a national creed, the sound of th^
shofar issued forth from Mount Sinai in what was
the most solemn moment in Jewish history- It
was also present at other meaningful timeson
triumphant occasions, as when the martial blast
il the shofar was sounded when the walls of
Jericho collapsed before Joshua and the people:
and on festive occasions, as the dedication by
King David of a new pavilion for the Ark of the
Covenant.
WITH THE possible exception of certain types
of reeds, the shofar is the oldest surviving form
of wind instrument While a variety of other types
of musical instruments were used in the Temple
and developed and improved subsequently for
ritua! purposes, the shofar has never varied in
structure from its ancient simplicity.
According to Jewish law, the shofar used for
ritual purposes may be made from the horns of
any kosher animal, except the cow. The exception
was instituted as a reminder of the incident of
the golden caif, when the Jews, following the
exodus from Egyt, tatteredTn theiriaHlTcfurirfg
the absence of Moses on Mount Sinai.
IN ACTUAL practice, Jews in various parts
of the world and at different periods in history
used a wide variety of animal horns for the
shoiar. The Talmud relates that the shofar sound
ed in the Temple on the High Holy Days was
made from the horn of the wild goat, "straight,
with its mouthpiece overlaid with gold."
Subsequently, more popular for use as a shofar
was the ram's horn which served as a reminder
of the Biblical incident in which Abraham proved
himself ready to sacrifice his son. Isaac, but. at
the last minute, a ram was miraculously produced
:o be substituted for the boy. The narrative u
oart of the Torah readings during the High Holy
}ays, and serves as a high example of supreme
faith in God.
One of the more interesting types of shofar.
is the horn of the African koodoo, which has been
used bv members of the Bene Israel community
in India. Of exquisite curvature and shape, sho-
fars of this type are sometimes as much as four
feet ir. length.
WHILE SHOFARS are never painted, many
are carved with artistic designs with some bear-
Continued on Page 14-C
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .. .
ROLLS ROYCE SALES & SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers ...
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
BMW MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berrv Rolls Royce Inc.
2135 N.W. 27th Avenue
hono 633-6531
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Tvpes of Residential & Industrial Roofs
* WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE a~d SMALL LEAKS
118 W. lit* St., Hialeah
Phone 885-1641
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BNPIELB'S
4000 N.W. 30h Ava. Ph. 633-1551
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FAIR HAVENS
LUTHERAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING CENTER
201 Curtitt Parkway, Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Decor Concrete Railing
by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC.
3931 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5S01 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
23rd Street Standard Station
Owner Hv Hcrmbvrg
340-23rd STREET-MIAMI BEACH-532-2110
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
!
A Happy New Year To All
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries A Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dado County
A Happy New Year To Al
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
County Gas
Company
1234 N.W. 791h.itrtct
Phone 693-3921
A Happy New Year To A
FOURTEEN K SHOP
1650 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
Telephone 531-6267
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL
DORIS JAY
285 N.W. 26th Sheet
Phono 576-2360
A Happy New Year To All
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 NW. 23rd STREET
fhone 573^762*


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A KAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
YARNS GALORE, INC.
2422 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 445-0367
1230 N.E. 163rd St., No Miami Beach 945-8454
2306 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 564-4508
Oakland Blvd. and Rt. 441, Lauderdale Lakes 484-6565
"Largest Selection of H. id Knittings and Needle Work"
A Happy New Year To All
LEE'S
Prescription Pharmacy
riSCOC'NT DHUO STORK
We carry complete Selection
of Barton's Candies
Fr Delivery
7M0 Corl Wy 221-8222
4C1 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables
448-1728
2S25 S.W. 3 Ave. 854-3825
5898 Sunn Drive 661-7651
Holiday Greetings From ..
Coral Park Discount
Pharmacy
Prescription Specialists
9722 S.W. 8th Street
Miami-221-0353
Mr, and Mrs.
NORMAN CHASIN
and family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANER'S & LAUNDRY
"Everything Drycleans Better"
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
PHONE: 661-5831
5840 S. DIXIE HWY.
SOUTH MIAMI
A Hcppy New Year To AS
S. ROSS
COMPANY
PLASTIC SLIP COVERS
WINDOW SHADES
WHILE YOU WAIT
4115 Prairie Avenue
Phone 538-5454
A Happy New Year To All
COPERNICO^
RESTAURANT
250 N.av 183rd Street
North Miami Beach
Phono 652-43W
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
1800 N.W. 70th Avenue
Phone 592-3600
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OP
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. & MRS,,jM:UB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS *
1527 N. Miami Ave.
371-1426
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
STEMBLER ADAMS and SWEET INC.
INSURANCE
EASY OFF-STREET PARKING
"SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA OVER 40 YEARS"
2301 S.W. 27th Ave. PHONE: 854-1330
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 379-4008
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Maid-for-a-Day
Delivered to your doora highly skilled, professional household
helper. Picked Up when her work is done.
Fully Guaranteedyour satisfaction is assured. Insured & Bonded.
We take care of all payroll taxes.
CALL 371-6748
A HAPPY NEW YLAK TO ALL .
BISCAYNE AWNING and SHADE CO.
242 South West 5th Street
Phone 373-6248 ^_^_
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
ALEXANDER STOCK FARM
12220 S.W. 43rd Street
Phone 221-9057
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ABC BABY SITTERS & ROCK-A-BYE
CHILD CARE SERVICE
"We Step in While You Step Out"
SERVING MIAMI BEACH and NORTH and SOUTH MIAMI
725 N.W. 123rd Street
Phone 688-6519
Miami Beach Phone 532-6721
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
La France Cleaners and Dyers
244 N.W. 35th Street, Miami 576-2300
2249 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami 854-5519
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel ______
Best Wishes For A Happv New Year
ANTON'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
3695 N.W. 183rd Street 624-3854
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ACE TERRAZZO COMPANY
35 N.E. 26th Stroet. Miami, Florida 33137 Phone 573-3870
Anthony Scremin, Owner John F. Scremin
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel t Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone 573-6888
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LANDRY'S JANITORIAL SERVICE
Hotefs Homes Offices Stores Cleaned
Floors Stripped and waxed Construction Clean-Up
Carpet Shampooing 24-Hr. Service 573-8866
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
WEST CASH & CARRY BLDG.
MATERIALS OF MIAMI, INC.
50 N.E. 181 Street
Phone 652-2877
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DEAUVILLE PACKAGE STORE
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
6640 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Free Delivery
Phone 866-2902 865-OS37_____.


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._
MR. and MRS.
MANNY ROSENBERG
GAYLE AND ELIZABETH
WISH THEIR FAMILY A1SD FR1EJSDS
A HAPPY MEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. BEN CUTLER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
ANSWERITE and ANSWERPHONE
OF MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
MAY THE COMING YEAR BRING
TO YOU AND YOURS
ALL THE BLESSINGS OF PEACE,..HEAITH,
JOY AND HAPPINESS
DR. and M*S HVMAN ROSENKRANZ
DR. PETER FISHMAN
DR. ROBERT CORTZ, AND THE ENTIRE STAFF
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FROM ..
MR. and MRS. HARRY HOLTZMAN
and Family of ...
RELIABLE AUTO LEASING & RENT-A-CAR
1130 5th Street, Miami Beach
Telephone 672-1250
Mr- and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
111sland Avenue Penthouse D Miami Beach
HARRIET and MILT GREEN
and children Bunny and Dennis
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
AAA TETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 379-0041
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Loris 110111 mi \\.
President Brandeis Zionist District
1
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS. ELLIOTT C. COHEN and FAMILY
16 W. DiLido Drive, Di Lido Island
A SMALL privately-funded Jew-
ish organization, working in-
dependently of the Jewish estab-
lishment but in informal coopera-
tion with its institutions and
agencies, has been quietly de-
veloping and field testing experi-
mental approaches to stimulate
worship, education, and Jewish
practices in the home.
The existence and purposes of
the Center for Contemporary Ju-
daica were disclosed at a convoca-
tion on May 10 of the Outgoing
Hebrew Year in New York City
and amplified by its founder,
Rabbi Jonathan D. Levine. a New
\ork-born Conservative rabbi, in
an. interview with the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency.
RABBI LEVINE
the CC.I was not a
organization, did
witn established
and agencies and
sistent effort in its
avoid duplication
from other sources.
stressed that
membershio
not compete
organizations
made a con-
programs to
of programs
Experimenting
To Stimulate
Jewish Practices
In Your Home
By BEN GALLOB
Describing the CCJ as a "re-
search and program center," Rab-
bi Levine said that "our resources
are available to all." He told the
150 supporters at the convocation
that, after two years of experi-
ence as a "low-profile" agency,
conducting both theoretical analy-
ses and experimental program-
ming, the CCJ had decided tc
announce its goals and expand .ts
efforts.
He described the CCJ as a
loosely structured organization
with a small board of lay Jewish
leaders who have enabled him
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BRANDT BOWLING & BILLIARD
SUPPLY. INC.
BILLIARD Commercial and Home Tables, Lamps, Cues
BOWLING Balls, Bags and Shoes
RECREATION EQUIPMENT Adult Games, Ping Pong,
Shuffleboard, etc.
651 N.W. 124 St., Norm Miami 688-2661
52 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 563-6032
U.S. 1 at S.W. 128th Street, South Miami 251-9507
J. K. JACKSON
ELECTRIC CO. INC
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
fij;i:max hi imm its
"HUMAN BUM MUNS BfTJM BUM"
Dadptand Towers Bui'dina Ph. 235 781'
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LIVE & LET LIVE REXALL DRUG STORE
3520 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
HOLIDAY GREETINGS EROM .
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
Cantonese Dishes Pit Barbecue Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
A Happy New Year To All .
< 4MI>1I III I \l I INI!IX,
SI/PPLY CO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone 374-6444
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
3642 N.W. 37th Ave., Miami Phone 633-6372
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th STREET, N. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 651-2131
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BERKSHIRE LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florid* 33132
Phone 373-6504
and his colleasuesrabbis, edu-
cators, community professionals
and active laymento study, de-
velop and test specific means to
meet demonstrated needs of Jew-
Continued on Page 10-C
DRAKE
PROPERTIES,
IISC.
Harold Sehres
and family
200 W. 21st STREET
HIALEAH
Phone TU 5-3831
Best Wishes From
LEVITZ
1400 N.W. 167th Street
Where the Sunshine State
Parkway Begins
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACK'S
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN COLUMBIA
BICYCLES
REPAIRS All MAKES
Perking in fear
Phone 891-8457
651 NE125rhSt., N.Miami
-JolHoy Greetings Frcm
CUSTOM TAH.QH
Suits Start at $150
LBERT
CUSTOM TAIlOtEO SUITS
EipM Altertion*-Ladl* OttoUm
RtWEAVING
7209 S.W. 58h Ci. Sth *'""
PH: 641-9606
Cor. Sunset Dr. & SW 58 Ct.
A Happy New Year To All
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Write
SOLD HEMTED
REPAIRED
325 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
374-0115 __


ixjy, September 13. 1974
Friday.
-JewistirkrMtorr
CELtiSATlNG AT THE WAILING WALL AFTER MILLENIA OF FOREIGN OCCUPATION
A Happy New Year To All
Sand s
AIH CONDITIONING CO.
Mechanical Contiactors
Cool; :q and Heaiinq
T32C N.W. 58th Street
Miami, r'iorida
Phone 592-3410
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
A Happy New Year To All
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
'PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS"
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
W5st Miami
Phone 261-5051
Holiday Greetings
KEN NY
OFFICE SUPPLIES
6047 S.W. 8th Street
FREE DELIVERY
Phone 264-0601
A Happy New Year To All
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc
MO *scayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
A Happy New Year To All
n-om All Of Us At
MflMMir realty
10427 S. DIXIE HWY.
665-5456
r Prfessional Realtors-
specializing in S.W. Dade
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FAMOUS HOUSE OF PIES
eat here take out
TRY OUR FAMOUS PIES
HOUSE OF PIES
SANDWICH SHOP
Baked Daily
13900 Biseayne Blvd., N. Miami 947-2255
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK"
5750 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fla.
F.D.I.C.
Member Federal Reserve System
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
?875 N.W. 77th Ave.
Phone 592-3120
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Pnwliger Building Industries
9701 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JOE GUTHRIE'S REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1922"
OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 576-0096
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FRENCH JEWELRY, INC.
Renee De Paris Inc.
J. Ventura and Sons
6608 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 865-7631 or 865-0294
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH MFDICAL CENTER
Special Attention To Our Senior Citizens
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 532-4122
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP. INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-0620
Page 7-C
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .

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MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER SIX DECADES
100 Biseayne Blvd.
377-3941
G& very -Uiappxf _/Vcw M*ar \Je ^411 .
MIAMI BEACH OPTICAL CENTER, c
OAV'.D i'-KCtftLAKC '.*. t'M'tX OPTICIAN
J5NWASHl*IOMAVENUE^-~^_^^ {-------^^ TELEPHONE
MIAMI 8EAOH ^*^ "^ 7 N-^~ "^^ iUJiin

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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM...
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
3905 N.W. 37th COURT,
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 633-2686
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOLIDAY INN
2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-1511
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
GELFAND ROOFING
7565 N.W. 24th Ave. Miami Phone 759-0922 or 696-4301
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Fredericks)
MIAMI 651-9394
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3443
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CURTISS PHARMACY
3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
PHONE 871-5020
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DACHTON GUN and TACKLE SHOP
6429 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 261-4772
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
STEINFELD CUSTOM TAILORS
ALTERATIONS FOR MEN and WOMEN
12858', BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
(127 Street Shopping Center)
Phone 891-5672
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach 947-2567


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RODRIGUEZ
VILLARREAL SCHOOL
4286 Palm Avmmm
Hialeah 33012
^* OIU.. 7"or ^ Jt^ JVew %
tar
NAVARRO TAILOR SHOP
1854 S.W.Sth Street
Miami 33135
$
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ear
MANAGEMENT &
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE^
7805 CORAL WAY SUITE 100
MIAMI 33155
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DR JOHN M. LEE
220 lol toy Drive
WMM 33154
VT-HKN JLWTSH immigrants reach the United
States, most of them remain in New York.
This has been the case ever since the years of
the great mass immigration some 109 years ago;
this is also the case now wi'h Jewish newcomers
arming from the Soviet Union.
Soviet Jewish immigrants who prefer to be
settled in cities outside of New York are bein*
assisted 1n absorption By the local Jewish "Fed-
erations in the communities where they choose
to live. .
IN NEW YORK, this mission is carried out by
the New York Association for New Americans,
better known by its shortened name NYANA. Now
celebrating its 25th year of existence NYANA
can boast of the fact that since its establishment
it has assisted more than 150.000 Jewish immi-
grants to become settled in New York.
It receives its funds from the United Jewish
Appeal
During the first four y*ars of its existence,
when the Jewish DP's who survived the Nazi re-
gime in European hirts began to come to the
United States. NYANA heloed about 50,000 of
them to settle in Greater New York.
SOON THE wave of Jewish refugees from
Hungary started. Then Jews from Cuba began to
arrive in this country as refugees from the Castro
regime.
This was followed by a wave of Jewish refu-
gees from Czechoslovakia after the 1968 Russian
invasion.
Later b^gan the farced emigration of Jews
from Communist Poland where all Jewsinclud-
ing Communist Jewswer> branded by the au-
Tn*??. Septonfcer 13. ifj| J
New York

Still Absorbs


Most Newcomers
By BORIS SMOI.AR
.-
fa
i
thorities as "Zionists" and were brutally per-
secuted.
Many Egyptian Jews who succeeded in getting
out of their country also arrived in the. United
States during that period and were given aid by
NYANA.
Now NYANA is engaged in helping the Jew-
ish immigrants from the Soviet Union, about
5.000 of whom are expected to arrive in to*
United States this year.
SOVIET JEWISH immigration to this country
started at the end of 1969. About 1,700 Jewish
HAPPY NEW YEAR .
DR. and MRS. HYMAN KATZ
AND FAMILf
In Memory of those who have Ripened and Fallen off the Vine
and o our sweet Young Blossoms which have
been blown off Hie Vine.
The Moyshe Zilber Family
m
Jj**t (viMtf Jor <-^* | -
SILVER TRAY COOKIES CORP.
5675 W. FtAOLEft STREET
MIAMI 33144
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LEVISON LOANS
130N MiAM) AVENUE
MIAMI 33m
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A. L PERPER,
BROKER
Dealing in General
Real Estate For 45 Years
in Florida
P.O. Box 2491
Miami Beach, Ra. 33140
Phone 531-0375
I
I
A Happy New Year To All
CAROLINES
MASSAGE
Steam
1519 Washington Avt
Vliamt Beach, 538-1785-
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
6REEN BROOK
CORF.
R. SOLOVEI, President ^
10B5 E. 14* STREET-
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
A Happy New^ear-J* All
*R1T1T
A^
1*54 COLLINS AVB
532-1719
EU QOASNS
F1FSTORI
215 LINCOtN ROAD
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A Happy NewTeer,;foAAll
FROM ; \^iT:
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, September 13, 1974
-JmlstifhrMkuj
Page &C
-wrcomers from the Soviet Union have been at-
J2 by NYANA to establish themselves in New
Jince last August, when the U.S. government
instituted new and speedier procedures for the
jaiiii< of Jewish immigrants from Russia,
HYANA has helped to resettle 1,200 newcomers
from the Soviet Union.
The help for an average family consists of
payjnent of rent for three months, basic furnish-
hd| for apartments, maintenance until employ-
meat to secured, food where the family cannot
. ^ived by friends, intensive English courses,
,ndi special peeds such as clothing and medical
care.
I The average total cost of this aid was about
$1,300 for a family of four until last year. Be-
came of the wildly growing inflation, it may sub-
stantially increase now.
MOST OF the immigrants become independent
three months after their arrival. But there are
also some who require NYANAs support for
about iix months.
particularly difficult is the finding of jobs for
newcomers who fall into the professional cate-
gory. It is much easier for NYANA to place a
factory worker who speaks only Russianand
Yiddishthan it is to place a doctor or an en-
gineer who knows no English.
NYANA sends many of the newcomer profes-
sionals to private English courses for which it
pays. But even then, language knowledge is still
often barely adequate for them to obtain em-
ployment in their professions.
Added to the language barrier is also the fact
that most professions in this country are licensed
and examinations are required of all who have
received their training in foreign countries.
THE MOST difficult is the examination re- s
quired from medical graduates of foreign lands
who want to practice as physicians in this coun-
try. A physician from Russia must have intensive
prepara. n in this country before he succeeds
in passing this examination. Medicine in the
Soviet Union is far below the American standard, I
and so are engineering and other professions.
Despite all the obstacles, 85 percent of all
the newcomers from the Soviet Union are in
their own apartments within one or two months
of arrival. Within six months, the average family
is fully self-supporting, and no longer requires
assistance from NYANA.
It is interesting to note the impact of the
recent inilux of Soviet Jews on the Jewish com-
munity in New York. There are now Jewish
neighboi hoods, such as Biookiyn's boro Pane,
which have been revitalized by the newcomers.
DURING PASSOVER this year, some 450
Soviet Jewish lamiiies in New York held seders
at their homessome for the first time in their
livesarranged tor them by NYANA.
Others attended community seders. Still others
were invited to private homes as guests for the
seder. All Jewish newcomers from the Soviet
Union display the determination not to become
a public burden 'and to nuke good" in America.
A few years ago NYANA instituted a policy
of asking families of newcomers to repay the fi-
nancial help given to them, when they were able
to do so. This loan program is working very suc-
cessfully.
Continued on Page 12-C
Happy Holiday From .
FONTANA
iHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. fo 10 p.m. Darty

A Happy New Year To All
. I. GIVNER
LADIES' I MEN'S
TAILORING
tyecfa/miig in Ahenrtions'
125 N.B. 6th Avenue
hone MMM1

A Happy New Year To All
MR, end MRS.
WWMbrFARRW
** endMRS.
MHT0N KKHMONP

Greetings...
tomtvvnw
WCKUER-IYDEN
Nm-BjmimSI.
CwaJCahla.,
VAMfrHiia...
&RVKE CLASS *
MR. and MRS. SHELDON N. LELCHUK
and SON, IRA
wish their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
MR. and MRS. HERBERT S. LELCHUK
MR. and MRS. RICHARD LELCHUCK and
MR. and MRS. ROBERT ZELK0
wish their relatives and friends a Happy New Year
*
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ear

ROSE & ROSE INC.
1981 NX 1 A3rd STWEET
NORTH MIAMI KACH 33T62
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2290 PALM AVENUE
WAUAH 33010
.
MR. and MRS. JULES P. CHANNING
and FAMILY
Wish their relatives and friends a Happy New Year.

ear
FRIENDLY FORD
2198 N.E. 163rd Street
N. Miami Beach 33162
? y y
J$eat rWialte* Jor &4 ear
WILUAM SCHNEIDER INC
16400 N.W. 15th Avenue
Miami 33169
ORLANDO COMAS',
& ASSOQATES
landscape Ce*j*fients
-.
1840 Coral Wat
Miami 33145



Page 10-C
>.kist fhrkJian
Friday. September 13,
1974
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
A Happy Holiday to All .
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-8615
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"tamk With A Smile 0 Po/m Springs Mill"
TO ALL GREETINGS
CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO., Inc.
(A Subsidiary of Sun City Industries, Inc.)
BILL WARSHAW & SAUL ZALKA
Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
* WE WHOLESALE *
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY
41 N.W. 10th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. 379-0675
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BELCHER OIL COMPANY
Residential Industrial
FUEL OIL
Serving Florida since 1912
MacArthur Causeway, Miami Beach
PHONE 672-6801 672-6892
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS .
|CROWX LAl\DRY & CVBXNtiMt
2025 N.E. 163rd Street North Miami Beach 947-1812
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANTS & PANTRIES
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Phone 446-7031
14501 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami Phone 251-0650
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
COMPLIMENTS OF
REPRESENTATIVE BILL LOCKWARD
1501 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah, Florida
PHONE 887-1561
Jewish f^ractices
Continued from Page 6-C
ilh religious ana communal in-
stitutions and their members.
HE CITED Likrat Shabbat
.Greeting the Sabbath), a new
text for both heme and syna-
gogue Sabbath eve observance,
as an example of the CCJ ap-
proach.
Two years ago. the CCJ began
with a study of the gradual dis-
appearance of Sabbath Eve ob-
servances in Jewish homes, par-
ticularly those of younger-fam-
ilies.
Both lay and professional Jew-
ish loaders in some 35 commu-
nities were interviewed on the
problem and what mi^ht be done
tn help deal with it, Raobi Levine
said.
R-iMv I *vfn atd st the coi-
vocation that the growing tend-
ency to transfer Jewish observ-
ance and religious activities tD
the congregational setting over-
looked "the centrality of the
home in Judaism and contributes
to the deterioration."
HE SAID the CCJ set out to
provide '"concrete, practical aids
for revitalizing home observance
in a lively and meaningful way."
and linked to an effort at syn-
thesis cf Jewish traditional am?
contemporary material.
Likrat Shabbat contains a 75
page section for home Sabbath
oD^ervance. The CCJ also pre-
paied aii instructional cassette
lor use with the text.
The cassette '"Wfflfins table
hymns, the blessings over the
candles, the kiddush and Grace
after the meal. Rabbi Levine said
that during the five months since
last Sukkoth, the text had been
introduced in congregations, com-
munity centers and Jewish homes
in more than 100 communities.
The cassette is being used in
similar settings in about 40 com-
munities, he said.
I IKRVT Shabbat contains 150
pages of contemporary material,
including poetry and excerpts
from the writings of modern Jew-
ish thinkers, as well as the full
range of traditional prayers, and
can therefore be used for either
a traditional Sabbath Eve service
or an experimental one. It is the
first text to otter such a range,
Rabbi Levine sa:d.
Rabbi Levine said Likrat Shab-
bat was conceived as a "trans-
r^nnminational" resource and
that it has proved to be that. He
saia tne response in Uie Conserva-
tive movement had been 'over-
whelming "
He said that, because there is
a large amount of Hebrew in the
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ParTV
Time
TELEPHONE 696-6521
0 3o01 N.W. lUt- STKET MIAMI, FtOilDA 33147
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S BOAT YARD
"Through the Years Quality & Service'
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 325-0680
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 635-5207
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
National Freezers
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO AIL
from TED KENNEDY of
TED KENNEDY, INC.-REALTOR
327 WEST 47TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 531-3497
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CURTIS-KAPLAN, INC.
290 N.E. 181st Street 652-3960
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LOUIS HOBERMAN,
President, Brandeis Zionist District
text, the CCJ felt that Reform
congregations might not be inter
ested but that, in fact. sev
have adopted it for use in ,2
/riday evening services
HE ADDED that even some IS
to 20 Orthodox rabbis have info,
mally endorsed the Likrat Shab-
bat package and suggested it,
u&e by congregants.
The 34-year old innovator said
that CCJ officials were in agree-
ment that its loose structure
should be maintained. Rabbi Le-
vine cited as one reason the CCJ
experience with a Passover home
casette.
1T1H was created in response
to feedback from field worfc u
dicating that thousands of young-
er families were strongly inter-
ested in some form of Passover
participation in their homes but
tbat they lacked cither the knr,vi-
edge or the desire for a tradition-
; 1 seder or any of the available
alternatives.
ACCORDINGLY, a Passover
program was developed and dis-
tributed to about two dozen fam-
ilies in some 12 communities. The
feedback. Rabbi Levine said, in-
dicated that the program did not
meet the needs of the families.
so the CCJ is developing a new
approach for the 1975 Passover.
Rabbi Levine pointed out that
the CCJ structure permitted such
experimentation, with its risks
Continued on Page 12-C
Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
POLLY DAVIS
CAFETERIAS
i'ne Cafeteria that Changed
"Eating into Pining"
ONE NEAR YOU
A Happy New Year To All
MODERN
CONSTRUCTION CO.
13147 W. DIXIE HWf.
NO. MIAMI. FLORIDA
891-5590
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
264-9373
Our Wishes for Your Health
One And All .
Oak Feed Store
NATURAL FOODS
3030 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE FLA
Phone 448-7595
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
6 Days A Week
Sundays Until 8 P.M.
Holiday Greetinqs From
Shirley and Leon Bernard
and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard
A & A SIGN CO.
SIGNS
. Show Cards .
Window Lattoring Ou<- SP*C. '
Metal. Gold Lear. Wall*. TrueM
1743 S. W. 8th Strttt
643-1751 M"mi
ALY
HANDBAGS
Extends To AH A
Very Happv New Year
9907 N.W. 79th Avenue
Hialeah Gardens
822-7118
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13. 1974
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lEFARING 10 UNROLL THE TORAH SCROLL
GROVE
CLEANERS &
FURRIERS
3180 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove
Phone 446-0334
SHEtT METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OITCHICK, Pres.
A Happy New Year To All
OVERHOIT
JEWELERS
Crossroad Building
7220 Red Road
South Miami
Phone 665-2112
A Happy New Year To A||
BEN
HURWITZ, INC.
^pleteBuildinfl Demolition
lndLnd Clearing Service
rfe Estimates
IM0 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
^0^624-7347, 945-7188
Compliments o*
JERRY METZ
*;* B AUTO
949-2277
?J65 NE. 151st ST.
Norm Miami Beach
COUNCILMAN and MRS.
THEODORE R. NELSON
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY NEW YEAR ..
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GELEMBYN'S ORTHOPEDIC SHOES
HANDMADE FOR YOUR WALKING COMFORT
2310 W. Flagler 642-3233
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
Wish Our Many Friends A Happy t Year
THE 6AIER FAMILY
PAUL, BELLE, WILL and Family
WISH THEI* FRIENDS A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC.
EJectrk Contractors
COMMERCIAL ft RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Phone 823-3486 501 SW 71 st Avenue
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their Friends A Happy ISetc Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
1071 E. 16th Street, Hialeah, Florida 33010
188-4744 Mr- ""^ Mr$- Henrv Cooperman
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
CITY ICE for EVERY COOLING NEED
For Dealer Merchandiser in Your Neighborhood
BLOCKS CUBES
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
F10RIDA DIVISION
990 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone 373-2191
Also Hollywood and ft. Lauderdale
A Happy IVeic Year To All...
JAM&S E. REARDON
& FAMILY
MAYOR OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FRANK J. ROONEY, INC.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 757-5751
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBfcRRY & CATLIN
POOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Phone 643-1744
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CITY SHOE SHOP, INC
ORTHOPEDIC. SPECIALISTS
Leave Repairs with us While You Shop
121 S.E. 1st Avenue 373-9690
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
PIER 800 INC.
800 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 534-7780
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NAVARRO
BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida 643-2060
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KR0ME CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY INC.
426 KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
PHONE 247-3024
A Happy Holiday to All .
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC
14851 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami Phone 759-9836 or 685-8023
Mon.-Thru-Fri. 8:30 to 5:30
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
RAY GERARDO
Expert Diamond Setting
340 Seybold Bldg.
373-5914
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHEZ VENDOME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
EiSES CATERERS. INC.
9601 COLLINS AVE., BAL HARBOUR 865-88M


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-Jenist fhridfar
Friday, September
V-
i
TO ALL A HAPPY NEY YEAR
Kl ISB
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
1827 PURDY AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
538-8721
A KAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
252 Miracle Mile, 3T78 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
1033 Kane Concourse, 96h Street, Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach
MR. and MRS. MATTHEW G. ETTINGER
and CHILDREN
David Harry, Daniel Leon,
Phylis Yetta and Glenda Leese
wish the;r relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FLORIDIAN FURNITURE
:- Decorating Consultants >
Specializing in Mediterranean-French
Spanish-Italian A Modern Furniture
4795 S.W. 8th Street
448-2639
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CAPT. BILL HAMWAY
New Popeye
Haulover Beach Dock Phones 945-3801 947-3525
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
G and L ROOFING COMPANY
7814 N.E. 4th Court, Miami, Florida
Phone 757-1675 49 Years in Business
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BOOK HORIZONS
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U. of Miami)
North Campus Location Phone 681-0148
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
South Campus Location Phone 665-6161
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LUMBER YARDS, INC.
1261 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2448
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LARRY MARKS & COMPANY
- BMCIWUBBM DrJTBWUTOW WHOLESALE
Mark. Bid,. 130 II 2*4 Stmt Miami, .. Pl.e 379-2431
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205
sjn%mmt Continued from Page 9-C
It gives the aided immigrants a sense, of dig-
nity when they can begin repayment. Repayment
is postponed or cancelled altogether when there
is illness, where the family is very large with
only one wage earner, where the individual is
an elderly person, or where there are other spe-
cial factors.
NYANA carries out its assistance program in
i modest way without any special fanfare.
ITS PRESIDENT. Mr?. Jerome I. Udell, is a
: known figure in Jewish communal life, and
its board of directors includes quite a numh *l
prominent Jewish women. er ^ '
Philip Soskis, its executive director i-
sidered a most able person in the field of r*
ish social work and his record in conducts .*
NYANA program is superb. el
As part of its activities, NYANA also finanCe,
summer camps for children of newcomers and
maintains sheltered workshop programs for eto
erly. or physically, emotionally and socially hanj
icapped immigrants.
The work chiefly assembling, sorting a-d
packagingis secured from manufacturers im
the immigrants are paid wages according to then
productivity. Their work qualifies them for Social
Security and Medicare benefits.
cvpcr/iiic#ifiiu7 fo Stimulate Jewish practices
Continued from Page IOC
of failure but wltnout the reper-
cussions over failure that could
occur in a communally funded
agency.
He reported that a cassette was
in preparation for camps and
youth organizations designed to
enable younger Jews to master
basic melodies of the Sabbath
eve liturgy. The Shabbat mate-
rial is scheduled for field testing
in a dozen Jewish camps this
summer. Camp staff members
have agreed to report to the CCJ
on the effectiveness of the mate-
rial.
THE CCJ is an outgrowth of
the Tree of Life Fellowship, a
tax exempt Jewish religious or-
ganization, created by Rabbi Le-
vinc and his friends. While a
number of Jewish Federations
have endorsed the CCJ pro-
grams, its funding continues to
be through gifts from private
donors.
Rabbi Levine said that about
80 percent of the studies, evalua-
tions and preparation of mate-
rials is done by volunteers. He
said the Tree of Life Fellowship
provides small grants for specific
assignments or finds resource ex-
perts to work on projects.
Happy New Year To All
Terrier's Of Miami Corp.
LADIES HANDBAGS MANUFACTURERS
136 N.W. 1st Street
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
Phone 371-2623
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GREATER MIAMI
OPERA ASSOCIATION
1200 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 854-1643
To AT Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holiday*
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
573 N.W. 71st STREET
758-1009 751-2878
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue
11211 South Dixie Hwy.
11150 N.W. 32nd Avenue
698 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 377-2766
238-2181
685-8444
947-6521
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
Greets the Entire Jewish Community
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings Wallto-Wall Carpeting
A Happy New Year To All .
STORE'S PHARMACY
We Live on Premises For Emergency Night Service
"Drive-In Window Service"___________(Near Barry College)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
AMERICAN MAILING SERVICE
5050 E. 11th Avenue, Hieleeh
Phone 681-3244
He said there were "ail
of creative people in local ag
cies and we are trying to
them and their work to thi'i
tention of the larger co~
nity."
HE SAID the CCJ had b,
organized in four departaa,
each with a "lean" administrate
structure, staffed on a pnrt|
basis. He said professionals an
from various fields wria
musicians, psychologists,
tists work with CCJ sM<
bring together the best avai'al
brain power and prograaoi
skills.
A Happy New Year Tc Al
Adolph Lopez
General Sales Manager
FLAMINGO
FORD
of Homestead
U.S. I, N.E. l!th Street
Homestead, Florida
Phone 247-5112
"
Holiday Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskat
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Rd
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-0631
The Best of Holiday
Greetings To All Our Friends
RELIATEX, Inc.
2201 N.W. 72 Avenut
Miami, 33144
Phone 592-3220
Mr. 4 Airs. Som H. GoM
Mr. I Mrs.
Marvin I. Goldman
Mr. t Mrs Arnold Siaoi
WISH THEIR RELATIVES
AND FAMILY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 South Dixie Wa**1
South Miami -
Phone 661-6981
661-B542


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+Jelsti rtorirffor
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[eshuva is Rosh flashona's Major Theme
Bv RABBI DOV P. ELKINS
rHE Sreat maJest'c theme '
JRoshHashona Yom Kippur
,eason is the Hebrew concept of
TVihuva. We are all In the debt
m{ prof Max Kadushin who has
Lstalized in three books about
LL Jewish tradition the basic
Las of the rabbinic theological
iheritaae. In a recent book, "Wor-
K and Ethics," Rabbi Kadushin,
,'rofessor of theology at the
[e-,vish Theological Seminary of
Hm-riea, reiterates his funda-
mental thesis regarding "value
oncepts."
Dr. Kadushin points out that
here are certain key words in
j language of all cultures which
[jgnify their quintessence in a
ihort phrase, or a word. Amer-
ican? jointly possess such value
Lnceots as "democracy," "major-
ity rule," "civil rights," "freedom
speech." These words, or
bhrases. point to the values of
civilization.
ACCORDING to Prof. Kadushin
h.'re are over 200 such value
oncepts in Judaism, terms point-
ng to 'he ideals and values of
he civilization of Judaism. One
these is Teshuva.
! Thus Teshuva is not merely an
.of asking forgiveness. Its tech-
To All .. Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO.. INC.
James B. Burgin
I Serving South Dade County
and South Miami
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
Hcidov Holiday To Mv
(many friends and clients
d;"fdtch, realtors
"Berrer Class Homes
Since 1923"
|975 Arthur Godfrey Road
538-1343 Miami Beach
Happy New Year To All
i T. C. Tool Corp.
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
Happy New Year To All
Venetian Gulf
iervice Station
Washing and Lubrication
Phone 538-9159
1403 Darfe Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
S. BRANNON, Proprietor
H*opy New Year and Best
Wishes For The Holidays
ROYAL PALM
CLEANERS AND
ALTERATIONS
Margaret & Andre Roth
^U Royal Palm Avenue
Miami Beach
|A Happy New Year To All
From
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*" 691-5452
nical translation is "repentance,"
to be sure. But as with all value
concepts, it is beyond definition.
One could write a book about
democracy, and maybe the reader
would get the Idea of what it
means after reading it. But this
is the point. It takes the time
and effort of immersing oneself
in a culture or civilization to
fathom its -value concepts. No
simple definitions are accurate or
helpful.
This is true of Teshuva as well.
Teshuva is more than repentance.
Teshuva is Teshuva is Teshuva.
How then can we define Teshuva?
By reading and studying the
scores of books which make up
Jewish tradition, and seeing the
work in its context and coming
out with an understanding of the
values it expresses.
THE NEXT best way to under-
stand Teshuva is to try to define
what it implies. What are the
cluster of Jewish values which
constitute the underpinnings of
Jewish theology, and can help us
define Teshuva?
Here we must assume that the
concept implies that man is a
protean, constantly improving
animal. He is strong enough to
overcome past weaknesses. He is
courageous enough to combat
former mistakes, innate inade-
quacies, and unfortunate mishaps
in his life. In the phrase used
today by the civil rights move-
ment, he can "overcome." In fact,
one way of stating the meaning
of Teshuva is "we shall over-
come."
There are many phrases in the
English language which spawn a
pessimistic view of the nature of
man. "You can't teach an old dog
new tricks." Or, "you can't change
human nature." "Once a fool, al-
ways a fool." These expressions
imply the opposite of Teshuva.
For if Teshuva imDlies anything,
it is that mankind must have a
deep faith in itself. Teshuva
means that you can teach an old
person new interests, that you
can improve human character,
and that once a fool, perhaps to
morrow a sage.
TESHUVA means that God cre-
ated basically a good world, and
that man is a good creature. Hi<
basic propensities are for good
He can err. he can slio, he can
backslide. But he has within him
a built-in corrective system
known as conscience. Upward, to
climb higher, to achieve more,
and become better. These are the
elements of Teshuva.
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
rCaimondo
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PH0N: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Mia.ni, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone 538-6707
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REALTY
1 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-7401
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
STATEWIDE SODDING & LANDSCAPING
BULLDOZER ft WRECKING SERVICE
20103 N.W. 37rh Avenue, Opalocka 621-9394
MR. and MRS.
HARRY SIRKIN
AND FAMILY
1
wish their relatives and friends a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET-No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ADAM'S APPLE INC.
3190 COMMODORE PLAZA
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Phone- 444-2111
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
BANK OF MIAMI
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue
759-4321
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
Union Optical Service, inc.
67 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami, Florida
Health Peace and Happiness for the New Year Season
PILGRIM'S
APPAREL FOR MEN ft WOMEN
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI ____
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
955 E. 25th St., Hialeah 691-8710
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WILLIAM DASS CARNIVAL SUPPLIES
11629 Northwest 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 688-8389
A HAPFY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
STANLEY FURNITURE FINE DECORATORS, INC
1051 N.W. 3rd STREET
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
PHONE 534-5024
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CY-S PROD9CE COMPANY* MNC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET PHONE 324-4520
A Happy New Year To All .
SPOLTER, FRECHTEL ASSOCIATES, INC
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Parker Spray and Tree Service Inc.
3047 S.W. 38th Court, Coconut Grove
Phone 448-0986



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Friday, September 13, l97
&4 l/cry A QOq^ of Good Taik
ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THREE
SISTERS
STORES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA
FLOORS & INTERIORS. INC.
4151 N.W 2nd AVENUE
DAVID HARDY
Phone 576-1410
"FEATURING THE FINER FLOORS"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TRENOUTH A. ADAMS, AGENT
753 N.F. 167th St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
LOUIE AGUIRRE PAINT & BODY SHOP, INC
Axel Frame & Front End ServiceInsurance Estimates
7111 N.W. 6th COURT, MIAMI
Phone 757-9681 754-8659
Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Clients from
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHK AND FAMILY OF THE
GABLES CUSTOM CABINET!*
4215 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 444-6947
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Serving All of Greater Miami
Phone 661-5681-------Night 226-6406
MI LL S
I
B U I^N B T T
ail o c I a t c 1
Cuatim ^Juvtliutx *?o* OIU ^btcovdox
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KAHN-CARLIN & COMPANY INC.
3350 S. Dixie Highway 448-2683
A Happy New Year To All .
RUBINDALE KOSHER MEATS
2101 Coral Way
Phone 856-6650
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
VITO'S SERVICE MAINTENANCE
1930 N.W. 139th Street, Opa Lock., Florida
Phone 681 -8032 VITO VERIZZI OWNER
Sound of Shofar
Continued from Page 4-C
.nscriptions relevant to the High Holy Days.
. the Talmud mentions tire fact that
shofi itimes employed for ordinary
:nent. among Jews they have been
inecTVUmost exclusively fur ritual or le^al pur-
poses.
Its primary use of course, has been during the
Rosh Buuhona rites la I si die conclusion of Yam
Kippur. But other occasions have called for the
sounding of the shofar from Biblical times untii
the present day.
In addition to the particular instances when
the use of the shofar was specifically mentioned
in the Bibie. it is known that the instrument was
used generally on fast days to arouse the populace
to the proper frame of mind.
THE TRACTATE Sanhedrin mentions the sh>
far as one of the tools of the trade of the judge
in Israel. Citing an instance in the time of the
Prophetess Deborah, when Barak, a Hebrew lead-
er, excommunicated Meroz to the accompaniment
of a blast from 400 shofars. the Talmud also
states that the shofar was used for announcements
af prohibitions and on other occasions of legal
consequence, as well as by the Beth Dm in an-
nouncing the appearance of the new moon.
In some cases, the shofar was sounded at cer-
tain funerals to emphasize the mourning 01 the
populace.
In Palestine, up to the beginning of the
present century, whenever a prolonged droUah
threatened the land with a serious famine "1
blowing of the shofar heightened the'solemn't
of prayer by the populace. This practice was h
fo-;nd in Spain and other places during the\r7
die Ages. d'
An interesting vestige of an elaborate custom
dating back to pre-Taimuci days, can still be oS-
lenred by the visitor to Jerusalem, where
'Witt'I'MM c*v. the>Wa*fbf the shofar late*!
lav afternoon announces the onset of the S|k
bath.
Years ago. similar shofar blasts during Fridav
IterneOM successively signaled the tiftej to oat
work in the fields, in the city, the time to kindle
the Sabbath lights and finally the onset of'the
Sabbath.
CURRENT practice calls for the soundin? of
repeated blasts of three basic typesthe tekiah,
-h varim and truahduring the svna>>02ue ser
vice on each of the two days of Rosh Hashona
during the synagogue services and a final blast
at the conclusion of the Neilah service on Y03
Kippur.
The order of blowing the shofar on Ro$h
Hashona is one of the many examples of certain
Jewish religious rituals in which charges have
been made at various points in history, and thj
changes are subsequently retained where the orig-
inal need for them no longer exists, but whert
the custom still serves as a historical reminder.
Originally sounded earlier in the liturgy, the
time of blowing the shofar was shifted to the ad-
ditional service later in the day because of inter
ference by the authorities during the Roman
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the New Year Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South'1
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone: 758-3377
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI Phone: 633-6338
975 1NTERAMA BLVD., N.M.B. Phone: 949-0801
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ..
GULF ELECTRIC
SERVICE
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
PHONE 573-4045
1529 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BISCAY1NE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 576-1712
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
OSSIP INSURANCE AGENCY INC
OSSIP-HARRIS INSURANCE INC.
4800 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 757-5551
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
JONES
5ULF SERVICE
13500 West Dixie Highway 1
North Miami, Florida
Phone 891-2052
Holiday Greetings
WESTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign
Children Classical & Opera
instructions in all Instrument)
8551 Coral Way 264 5232
A Happy New Year To All .
MIAMI SPRINGS HEALTH STUDIC
41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
865-4146
A Happy New Year To All .
GOUGHTLY BROTHERS, INC
10470 S.W. 187th Street 235-3722
A Happy New Year To Ail
HOWARD
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
WRS. HARRY AUGUST]
AND FAMILY
WISH THEW RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
\ Happy New Year To All.
cues a nm
RESTAURANT
14255 k.W. 7f VO0
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
ALL OF US
FROM
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Str**
extend best wishes for
A Happy New Year To A"


Friday. September 13, 1974
U*itf nrrkfl&n
Page 15-C
occupation of Palestine. It seems that when the
shofar was sounded early in the service before
manv Jews had congregated for worship, Roman
soldiers used to appear at the synagogues in
search of persons they thought were taking part
a military exercises. This led to the change in
Ihe ritual whereby the shofar was sounded only
later in the day when it was obvious to all that
the only purpose of the blast was a religious rite.
Today, the shofar is sounded at both times dur
g the service with the additional sounds a re
Bunder oi our troubles in the distant past.
OlR PRACTICE today also calls for the
joundin? of the shofar once each day at the con-
clusion of the morning prayer >rvice during the
".onth oi Eiul, the month immediately betoiu
he Hi'Ji Holy Days. This, too, is an extension
cf an earlier custom when the shofar was sounded
onlv on the new moon of Elul to commemorate
the date of the ascension of Moses to Mount Sinai
to receive the Tablets of the Law.
The sound of each type of blast has generally
been handed down from father to son or from
teacher to pupil.
Medieval manuscripts have been found, how-
ever, in which attempts are made to note the
sounds of the tekiah, shevarim and truah by
means of strokes of particular length and shape
primitive forms of our modern system of musi-
cal notes.
WHILE MUCH of the symbolism of the shofar
ritual may not be immediately apparent to the
ordinary synagogue worshiper today, none can
fail to note the impact of the call to solemnity
and spiritual awe, inspired by the sound of the
shofar. .
The very curvature of the instrument is meant
to suggest the need for a contrite heart, and the
spirit of repentance.
/vos/i Continued from Page 2-C
munity, in nuipbew, of Jews in
the world.
It is possible, as the years
sfretch across this decade, that
... o Jewries will, sometimes,
miunderStantf one another and
will not always speak the same
laagiMCje or **-e eye to eye on
critical matters. But the com-
monality of ink-rest ties us to-
Mr. ond Mrs.
William W. Shayne
wish their friends
a Happy and Healthy
New Year
A Happy New Year lo All
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
GOOD ART ALSO
PISTURE FRAMING
IOW PRICES
6992 'ndian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, Cor 71 if Street
Union 5-3181
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Dade Underwriters
insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
Wl N.I. 125th Street
North Miami
891-6300
Hurmu io au
w "Jt Anther" feting Plac.
Jenny's Restaurant
318 Araqon Avenue
Coral Gables
PHone 448-2761
Pen 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
A Happy New year To All
HOWIE'S
TIRE
. SALES
J-omplete line of New,
Used & Recapped Tire*
13640 N.W. 7th Avenue
N^no 685-8313
gether in an unbreakable bond
and we must pray that it re-
mains so.
WE MUST, therefore, pray
that the American Jewish com-
munity deepens and extends
Jewish education in the United
Statesan education that is not
superficial, an education that
sticks to the heart, soul and
mind of the Jew. so that, in the
years ahead, Jews will continue
to recoeniz one another and
help one another.
"A man is in great danger in
the world ..." Indeed, so is the
Jew. And as he prays, in the
common language of Hebrew,
and observes ihe High Holy
Days simultaneously with other
Jews, so shall he feel solidarity
with his own people, as an in-
dividual and as a member of
the large Jewish community.
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
To Our Friends and Customers
Of The Jewish Faitn .
PORT OF CALL Restaurant
Captain Bill Beck
14411 BISCAYNE BLVD. 945-2567
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
SCHWIISIS BICYCLES
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 661-8363
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
MR. and MRS. JOSE COHEN
OF MONACO BEAUTY SALON
452 S.W. 8th Street 856-2394
Wish A Happy New Year To All Their Patrons and Friends
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE CO.
3535 N.W. 112th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 685-0325
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GAEL'S 1 i:\il\IXi: AFPAMSL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-9886
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
NEW AND USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751 -5084
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Superior Stamp & Seal Works
613 NE 1st Avenue 374-1034
Miami, Florida
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ISRESSER'S CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PETER F. HELLER
& ASSOCIATES
* Public Relations fc
403 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
538-6778
Greetings From Mr. and Mrs.
AL OSTRGf SKY and FAMILY
OF THE OSTROFSKY'S
Miami Bagel Bakery
1996 N.W. 22nd Street, Miami 325-0839
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
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1770 Bay Road 538-6676
A Happy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
PHONE: 949-3521
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOWARD AYARES
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC,
NEW AND USED CARS
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Why is there no additional poetry inserted
in the evening service of Rash Hashona as there
are in the evening services of other holidays
or in the morning services of Roah Hashona?
The fact of the matter is that the community
of Worms was known (according to the Maharil's
description) to have had poetic insertions in the
evening service of Rash Hashona. The reason for
which our liturgy does not have any is usually
explained by virtue of the fact that it was cus-
tomary to fast on the day before Rosh Hashona
and therefore the rabbis did not want the evening
service to have any additional poetry so that the
fasting would not be necessarily prolonged.
Strangely enough, it is claimed that the commu-
nity of Worms did have these poetic insertions
in order to prolong the fast and to make sure
that the fast did not end sooner than it should.
Some claim that the absence of the poetry is
to teach man that he can approach the Almighty
with the simplest of prayers just as well as he
can with flowery poetic devotions. Others claim
the absence of poetry during the evening service
it due to a desire to mislead the prosecuting angel
into thinking that it is an ordinary evening so
that he would not give thought to prepare hie
case before the tribunal of the Almighty the next
cay accusing us of our sins.
Why is it customary to sound and listen to
one hundred blasts from the Sbofar each day
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tions
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of Rosb Hashona?
These one hundred blasts are said to represent
the one hundred groans emitted by the mother
of Sisera (Judges 5:8), when she realized that her
son was not to return to her alive. It thus reflects
the feeling of helplessness and frustration which
eventually brings about complete surrender and
reliance upon the Almighty. The Midrash tells u;-
another interesting reason (Tanchuma, Emor II)
when it relates that the one hundred groans are
those of a mother in childbirth. The first ninety-
nine cries are those of pain, while the last one
(the hundredth one) is the final cry of relief as
a new life finally springs forth from the mother's
womb. Thus the first ninety-nine shofar notes
represent our despair and anxiety over our guilt
while the hundredth note indicates our relief that
the New Year is finally here and forgiveness is
at hand. The last note is usually a long, drawn
out notecalled "Tekiah Gedolah" (the great
blast).
What is the origin of the "Avinn Malkenu"
prayer that is chanted on Rosh Hashona?
This same prayer is also changed on every
fast day and also during the ten days of Penitence
which begin with Rosh Hashona and end with
Yom Kippur. The Talmud (Taanith 25b) relates
Continued on Page 16-D
Jews Felt the Watergate Agony With Particular Pain...
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There Was (he Nixon on Israel,
Without Whom the Yom Kippur
War Outcome Would be a Disaster,
And There Was the Nixon on Jews
Israel President Ephraim Katzir (sealed) applauds Prime Minister Golda Meir,
now retired, and President Nixon during the Nixon swing through the Middle
East to meet with Israeli and Arab leaders following the disengagement agree-
ments. It was Nixon's last moment of great power play in the pyesidency.

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Dr. Henry Kissinger (center) and his bride Nancy (right) are greeted by former
Foreign Minister Abba Ebon and Mrs. Eban at Ben-Gurion Airport on the
occasion of Kissinger's arrival in the Middle East to launch what came to by
known as his shuttle diplomacy in the cause of disengagement. Although it
was a highwater mark for the Nixon administration, it was also the beginning
of the end for President Nixon who, several months later, would be forded to
resign.
By JTA Washington Bureau
TORN American Jewish feel
ings about President
Richard Nixon because of the
Watergate scandal on the one
hand and the deposed Presi-
dent's strong support of Israel
during the Yom Kippur War
on the other reached their
lowest point of frustra-
tion when, within hours of his
resignation, it was reported in
Washington that President
Nixon wanted his daughters to
keep away from "the arts" dur-
ing the 1973 election campaign.
The reports noted that it was
President's Nixon's belief that
people in the arts are "Jews
and leftists."
THE BASIS of the reports
was as unimpeachable as the
President, himself, was vulnera-
ble to impeachment: the tran-
scripts of conversations re-
leased by the White House on
Aug. 6.
Nixon's statement was con-
tained in the first of three rec-
orded conversations he had
with his then Chief of Staff,
H. R. Haldeman. in the Oval
Room of the White House June
23, 1972, six days after the
Watergate break-in.
TTie two were discussing
areas where Nixon's daughters,
Julie and Tricia. could cam-
paign and also the possibility
of harm to them from hecklers.
THE PRESIDENT then said:
"For example now the worst
thint: (unintelligible) is to go
to anything that has to do with
the arts."
Haldeman replied: "Ya, see
that it was (unintelligible)
Julie giving that time in the
museum in Jacksonville."
Nixon: The arts you know
they're Jews, they're left-
wing in other words, stay
away. Make a point."
Haldeman: "Sure."
Nixon: "Middle America
put that word out Middle
America tvpe of people Bob,
relate it to Middle America and
I
not the elitist (unintelligible).
Do vou agTee?"
Haldeman: "Yep, sure do."
LAST MAY, the New York
Times and CBS reported that
in transcripts the White House
turnd over earlier Nixon had
used ethnic slurs including
anti-Jewish comments such as
"Jew boys" :n private talks
with aides.
This was at the time cate-
gorically denied by White
House Counsel J. Fred Buz-
harcit.
Meanwhile B'nai B'rith Pres-
ident David M. Blumberg issued
a statement declaring that he
found no evidence in the White
House transcripts to warrant
chares of anti Semitism
against President Nixon.
Blumberg said, "The Presi-
dent's unfortunate remarks,
read in the cold print of the
transcript, is a sorry example
of crude stereotyping. But
weighed against his actual re-
lations with Jews and the Jew-
ish community and on per-
sonal judgements drawn from
several White House meetings
with him I find no evidence
to charge Mr. Nixon with being
anti-Semitic."
Blumberg warned that in the
context of the complicity of the
Watergate affair, this particu-
lar incident should not bo ex-
aggerated.
IN NEW York. Howard M.
Squadron, chairman of the Na-
tional Governing Council of
the American Jewish Congress,
said. "We are dismayed that
President Nixon should have
stooped to linking 'Jews' with
left-wing' politics. It represents
a way of thinking that classi-
fies people by ethnic stereotype
and repeats a calmuny that the
majority of Americans have re-
jected."
Squadron continued. "We are
shocked to read such a libel
against the Jewish community
Continued on Page 3-D


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vJenisHFhridfor
Friday, September 13, 1974
PktSiDtNT GERALD FORD
-
President Ford:
A New Old Friend
In the White House
By PAl'L LEVY
And MLKKAV Zl C KOFF
f ERALD R. Ford tokk office
as President of the United
States a month before the in-
coming of the new Hebrew
Year on a tide of agonizing na-
tional ex:>erience. Watergate,
that nearly destroyed the fab-
ric of American society.
Americans of every persua-
sion breathed a sigh of relief
that the agony was past them.
For American Jews, it was a
particularly difficult time.
THE Winimil that led
to Watergate and the resigna-
tion of President Nixon early
in August could not erase from
their memory the forthright
role he played in standing at
the side of Israel precisely one
year ago. on the day of Yom
Kippur. when Israel was so bru-
tally attacked by invading
Egyptian and Syrian armies.
As he took the oath of of-
fice, the threat of renewed war
in the Middle Last appeared
to become stronger with every
passing moment. Some Israeli
officia s were frankly predict-
ing a new outbreak of fighting
within months.
While considered a statin h
1
supporter of Israel and expect-
ed to carry forth the Middle
East policies begun by former
President Nixon and Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger,
whom he has retained in his
Cabinet. Ford has also said he
would oppose the United States
entering into a "firm treaty
with Israel" guaranteeing that
country its independence in
case of attack.
BIT HE has also said:
"We should not draw a line
around the United States and
go back to our old isolationism,
sitting here dumb and happy-
while the rest of the world
festers. We have to be alert to
any further Soviet encroach-
ments in the Middle East."
Israeli officials, who ap-
preciated Nixon's firm support
from the start of his first
term the former President had
insisted that only a strong Is-
rael would guarantee Middle
East peace greeted the ele-
vation of Mr. Ford with re-
straint and some apprehension.
Former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban said a brilliant pe-
riod in international relations"
has ended and that Israel v ill
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But Arieh F.liav. a Labor
Party Deputy in the Knesset,
said that the resignation of
Nixon and the transitional i>e-
riod following the swearing in
of Ford could prod the Soviet
Union into taking some act.on
in the explosive situation."
A number of other diplomatic
and political observers made
the same point feeling that a
decision by Ford to concentrate
on solving this country's do-
mestic problems in the wake of
Water-ate could allow the
situation in the Middle East
to worsen and the Soviet Un-
ion to test the new President's
firmness.
OTHER OBSERVERS, how-
ever, noted that much of the
nation's foreign policy during
the past Administration was
carried out by Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger, who
was the first person Ford an-
nounced would remain in his
Cabinet.
The elevation of Ford, who
has described himself as a
'dyed-in-the-wool international-
ist in foreign affairs." may have
worried the Arab leaders more
than those in Israel, however.
Because of his repeated and
staunch support of Israel while
in Congress and as Vice Presi-
dent. Arab leaders say Ford is
"extremely pro-Israel."
ONE PALESTINIAN guer-
rilla leader called Ford "more
Israeli than the Israelis," and
another Arab leader said that.
"We can only hope he'll put his
personal views aside" now that
he is President.
Israeli Foreign Minister Yi-
gal Alton, who met for 45 min-
utes with Ford recently, re-
marked afterwards that Ford
is considered a friend of Israel.
Alton noted that "I found
him very well informed and we
had a very interesting talk
about matters in the Middle
East"
The foreign tnlntoter also ob-
served that "I don't see any-
thing like a change in his
friendliness" now that Ford has
become President.
Similar expressions Of confi-
dence were voici d.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chair-
man Of the Coi.feren.e of Pres-
idents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations, said, "a new
chapter in the book of presi-
dential leadership in the United
States has begun. On the basis
of his record and public pro-
nouncements, we have every
confidence that President
Gerald Ford will ahere too-
basic theme of the tradition^
American approach to the MM
die Cast since 1940 and will
continue our country's assj/
tance to Israel through dlpte.
matic, military and economlfl
support." "
MRS. CHARLOTTE Ja)h.
son. chairman Of the Ameri .,
section of the World Zionist 0r.
gani/.ation. said in a statement
that "it is a matte;- of deep re-
gret" that Nixon resigned, ad-
ding that it would lie most un.
fortunate if the momentum to
peace in the Middle East
developed under Nixon's leader.
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+Jewish fhrldtor
Page 3-D
shj,(, were to be permitted to
peter out.
"We have every hope, she
declared, "that the new ad-
ministration under President
q, aid Ford will build upon the
.nous Mr. Nixon laid in
. affairs, particularly in
the Middle East."
WMHjG kord is experienced
in dealing with domestic is-
sues, his experience in foreign
issues is almost non-existent.
But Ford is seen as a moderate-
on foreign issues, especially as
regaii's detente with the Peo-
ple's Republic of China and the
Soviet I'nion.
Watergate Agony Was
Particular Pain for Jews
PRESIDENT NIXON
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SEN. JAV1TS
'shocking statement'
DAVID M. BLUMBERG
crude stereotyping'
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in the name of the President of
the United States."
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R.,
N.Y. i who was the author of
the bill creating the National
Endowment of the Arts, which
last year had a budget of $61
million, called the President's
comments "extremely distaste-
ful."
Art officials rfom institutions
throughout.the country reacted
with shock and confusion to
dent's strong support of the
arts during his administraion.
"IT'S A shocking statement
coming especially from a man
who has done so much for the
arts." said Kenneth Donahue,
director of the Los Angeles
County Museum of Art.
A spokesman for Nancy
Hanks, chairman of the Na-
tional Endowment of the Arts
in Washington, said that Ms.
Hanks "assumes that the Pres-
ident's and his family's record
in support of the arts and en-
joyment of thm through the
years speaks more to the point
than the words of the tran-
scripts."
Regarding the latter, there
is some anticipation that he
may strive for balance with the
USSR and that this might lead
him to be cautious about the
Soviet emigration policy with
regards to those Jews who
want to leave.
In this area, observers note,
Ford may be motivated by a
feeling that trade between the
U.S. and the USSR is beneficial
for this nation's economy, es-
pecially the agricultural sector.
In any event, according to ob-
sei era, he will not seek to
strain U.S.-Soviet relations at
this time in order to shore up
America's stature abroad.
IT IS also noted that the re-
tention of Kissinger would
mean a continuation of U.S.
diplomacy toward the USSR,
the improved relations that
was paved by Nixon in his
meetings with Soviet leaders.
Nevertheless, there is some
indication that one aspect of
U.S. foreign policy that may
undergo some modification:
the amount of money expended
in terms of military equipment
and grants and aids for mili-
tary purposes.
The hardest hit may be Is-
rael in view of its needs.
FORD HAS made it clear al-
ready that he intends to focus
on domestic problems in an ef-
fort to tackle problems of in-
flation and unemployment and
the sagging economy in the
agricultural sector.
In view of this, it is expected
that he will have to cut back,
for a while at least, budgets
earmarked for overseas mili-
tary expenditures in order to
refunnel these monies, or cer-
tainly part of it, for domestic
economic purposes.
Meanwhile there will be
some slowdown, if not hiatus,
in administration activities
while the changing of the guard
takes place. It is expected to
decelerate for a while some of
the international activities in
which Nixon was involved
including those in the .Mideast.
THE VISITS of Arab and Is-
raeli diplomats in Washington
on the eve of Rosh Hashona
to discuss with administration
officials next possible Steps in
tiatioas anil i>eaee talks
were not delayed in order to
give Ford a chance to settle in-
tn office.
But there is a slowdown or
hiatus unavoidable, perhaps,
in terms of administrative me-
chanics that is caiwll
anxiety among Jewish leaders
he: and Israeli leaders that
the Arabs and the Russians
may try to create come untow-
ard situation in order to test
the new President's mettle.
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Friday. September 13,1974
Ancient Origins of the Maehzor Liturgy
By RABBI JAY ADOMSKY
IN OPTIMIST who heads for
the synagogue on Rosh Hash-
ona expects to find the special
Jewish Ne"w Year prayerbook on
a shelf or near his pew when he
arrives. Persons who don't like
to take chances bring their own
copy from home. But how many
optimists and pessimists alike
have stopped to wonder how that
special prayerbook originated0
The answer to this question is
laden with interesting insights
into the developments of Jewish
ritual.
The first efforts to compile
prayerbook* did not get under
way until after the Bab>:
Taimud was compliedafter 500
CE. Until then, rabbis had been
opposed to fixed prayer ser
that left no room for spontaneous
_>us expression thro.i-h ord-
inal verse or appropriate
t:ons from the Scriptures.
IN FACT, during the Talmudic
period, a'.l of the Ktaolan who
contributed to this monumental
compendium of Jewish '.a.
::on the Tannaim.
-aim, Geomm and
trim forbad. -
Jews
expected to know
r weekday? or holidays
by heart and no congress v. or vjs
to be constrained from e- llish-
ng these prayers with riginal
Hebrew verse or exeerpts from
reservoir of Ht
Me, Mishna w -----
The efft
titudc was an "** -
Hebrt r poetry 1
;
tine i
He was "
erary movement that flout
Jews
from Spain in 1*92.
BIT AS the the

'
to seek new lands of refuge ever
further removed from the seats
of Jewish culture and scholarship,
the need for a psalter or prayer-
book became ^apparent. ,T(j spny
tinue to do without one would
have meant risking divergencies
in Jewish prayer services to an
extent where religious anarchy
and consequent disunity would
have been inevitable.
The rabbis had to concede that
the gradual breakdown of the
established centers of Jewish
learning left little assurance that
forthcoming generations of Jews
might have the knowledge and
underpin ling necessary to choose
liturg-.cal ver>e suitable for the
synagogue. Opposition to ha\
ur'"an arrar.;ement of
Jewish liturgy ended, and the
..: a >.-der
was
When : -' prayerbooki
we: eted by iaon
and Hai G-ion in the 10th and
lit]
1 jyers and those for
311 other oc
ed b. These
were referred to as a -Siddur"'
interchangeably:
I even today. Sephardic J>
ro words as synonyms.
IT WAS it ker.azic J
community of Western. Cento
and East, rn Europe that gave
Marhrr:
cJse '">' "ave in Amer-
\-hkenazim -
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v and SaSbj-h
sen.. I "Maehzor" for
High Bolj Days and the three
Sufckot, Pi
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Semitic languages, including He
brew, and means to repeat or
review.
The main difference between
Siddur and Maoavar Ifli 1B **
number of "piyyutim" contained
in each. "Piyyutim"religious or
synagogal poetrywere composed
by Hebrew poeis mainly in Spain
and Italy during the Middle Ages
Some of them were famous fig
ures in Jewish history, such as
Judah Halevi. Solomon Ibn Ga-
birol. Abraham and Moses B
Ezra and Samuel Hanasid
THE FAMILIAR hymn Adot
Oiam"' was composed as a
piyyut" probably by So.
Ibn Gabirol. who lived and wrote
in Spam during the 11th ccn
Y. nother example of
gogal pot scribed to
-1 Ben V .: I I Hebrew
poet who lm 1 R
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Friday, September 13, |M
A Liberal Enemv of Israel Must Say Farewell
I By CHARLES FENYVESH1
London Chronicle Syndicate
rpHE DEFEAT of Sen J W.
Fu'.bnfht in a Democratic pri-
mary in Arkansas will remove
from the Senate the tie*
late spokesman of the case against
American friendship with Israel.
As the powerful chairman of
the Senate Foreign Relav -;
Committee. Fulbright has led the
struggle aga-nst a long list of
Congressional action designed to
help Israel: resolutions and ap-
propriations on arms supph 'he
provision of credits and. most
recently, grants ind the linking
of e mi .ration rights for Soviet
Jewry to preferential trade and
credit term* tot the Soviet I'nion.
THE TALL, courtly gentleman
seldom missed an opportunity to
speak against the Jewish State
whi.-r. he termed expnnsioais- >n-
tiunuhjant. and aggressive. He
tf discouraged by his mabil-
swm? the Senate or public
opinion behind his ***
The Southern aristocrat who
became the Senate leader of the
movement against American in-
volvement in Southeast Asia has
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thought of himself as a man of
-i to warn Americans of
what he saw as a dangerous over-
commitment to Israel leading to
another IS. military involvement
and perhaps world war.
During the past two years, Ful-
bright had been the Nixon Ad-
ministrations key man in Con-
gress in the campaiJn for detente
and against Sen Henry Jackson's
amendment which would make
that detente conditional on emi-
gration nihts for Soviet citizens.
HE ALWAYS dismissed any
allegation of anti-Semitism. He
claimed no bitterness over the
fact that protest from American
Jews helped to dissuade Presi-
dent Kennedy from naming him
Secretary of State in 1M0
He occasionally charged that
certain unidentified Jewish lead-
ers were "after him." "poisoning"
his relations with the American
Jewish communitv and "distort-
ing" his views on Israel.
la the recent campaign, his
supporters dropped dark hints
about -Jewish money" helping
SEfc*. FTLBRIC.HT
averick stances
Fulbright*3 opponent. Dale
Bumper- The natu ;.-.-
grily leak d hj the pof
ernor of Aria M nk.u'j
on fwessn arteir* ?re imvmu to
-afree- Fj'.-
brceta s.
in fact the [
paign report filed by Fulbright
indicated thai i rizeabk portion
e fro Jews
mostly liberals from the East
and the West Coast who ?aw in
ban t Bunuauai on Viet-
nam and the symbol of the Con-
gressional struggle to curb the
power of the White House.
THE l-NXXFECTEDLY wide
margin of Fulbrights defeat
two to one suggests that Ar-
kansas voters rejected him for
reasons which had nothing to do
with campaign funds, much less
with IsraeL
His views on the Middle East
and detente did not figure as
campaign issues: nor did the
State's Jewish community. 6900
strong, put up a fight against
Him
It appears that the people of
Arkansas were tired of the Sena-
tor who became world famous
hut who did little to help the
Statr They had small sympathy
for his maverick stances in for-
eign policy And last but not
least, they felt that after voting
him in for 30 years, it was time
for a change
After the November elections
when Democratic candidate
Homon i is expected to be an easy
wrsner. the Senate Democratic
Caucus will meet to decide on a
new chairman for the Foreign Re-
Lauaas Committee If they follow
uranauan. they will elect the sen-
ior member. John Sparkman of
.Alabama another Southerner,
but one who has usually voted
against Fulbright.
IT START*AN declines he
is "4 and wiE probably retire in
1Wa likely successor is Frank
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disciple of Rashi. His work, which
was completed in France in the
12th century, contains prayers for
all occasions of the year and be-
came the model for all subse-
quent Machzorim.
One medieval Machzor was
compiled in 1306 by a woman
Pola Bat Abraham the Scribe. To-
day this edition is in the posses-
sion of a library in Verona. Italy.
The violent disruption of \%
ish communal life in medi,
Europe occasioned first by tw
Crusades, then by the BUl
Death and finally by the InquU,
tion, made it impossible for {<&
"Minhagim" to be perpetual
As a result, religious ceremo
were consolidated and gradu
evolved into the Ashkenazic
Sephardic rites of today.
TIACI-uKG CHEDEH WITH STUDENTS: Pen and ink drawing
Ancient Orpins of tJie Machzor Liturgy
Continued from Page 4-D
i method for Identifying
"piyyutim" is to look for acroitics
in the Hebrew textverses that
start with successive letters ot
the Hebrew alohabet or wh >se
first letters form phrases when
read vertically.
The ab'lity tr> comoose poetry
with such features was part of the
artistry of the "paytanim." the
poets who wrote this type of
verse.
THE FIRST Mackzorhn, which
appeared in thp 12th century,
tended to be encyclopedic both in
size and content and incluied
man; that have been dropped in
subsequent editions.
The tendency to retain only the
most eloquent "piyyutim" became
more pronounced in the 18th cen-
tury, when the European enl'ght-
ment imbued Jewish scholars
with a critical attitude toward
things medieval.
By the time the Middle Ages
had ended, the "pfcyut" had be-
com so common as a poetic form
that in Spain for exauple, each
town hid its own unique liturgy
and was proud of its native poets
who contributed to it.
MODERN scholars estimate
that from 75 to 100 different Jew-
ish rites Minhagim"each with
its own set of "piyyutim" were
arranged and almost as many
Machzorim were assembled on
that basis
Among the better known schol-
ars who composed Machzorim
based on the rituals observed in
their communities were Rabbi
Jacob Samson of Fleischthe
teacher of Rahbenu TarnRabbe
nu Tarn himself and Rabbi Moses
Ben Nachman. also known as the
Ramban or Nachmanides. His
Machzor not only abounded in
piyyutim. but ;il>o contained Rab-
bi Moses" commentaries on them.
THE BEST known and most
complete oc the early Machzorim
is the one assembled bv Rabbi
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Friday. September
New Year's Ancient Rituals and Traditions

Continued from Page ID
that once during a period of drought. Rabbi
Eliezer went before the congregation and uttered
many prayers and they seemed to have been of
no avail. Rabbi Akiba then came forth and chant
ed the opening and closing verses of Avinu
Malkenu" and his prayers were answered. "'Avinu
Malkenu" thus seems to be the formula of prayer
in times of distress.
The first verse of our "Avinu Malkenu" pray-
er contains the inference that Rabbi Akiba com-
posed (at least the first verse of) it because its
numerical value (adding up the numerical value
of the consonants that make it up) equals the
numerical value of the Hebrew expression which
says: "Akiba ben Joseph formulated this." The
well known book "Pardes." usually ascribed to
the authorship of Rashi. explains that when the
sages observed that Rabbi Akiba's verse helped
in time of distress, they appended more addition
al supplications and designated it as a prayer of
repentance for all future generations. What is
basic about this year is that it beseeches the Al-
mighty both in the form of a "father" and of a
"king."
Why is this prayer omitted on the Sabbath
if the Sabbath falls on Rosh Hashona?
Actually, the way the rabbis formulated and
arranged the intermediate verse?, it follows the
pattern of the daily prayer benedictions (Shmo-
nah Esreh>. These benedictions are petitions and
petitions are not to b addressed to the Almight>
on the Sabbath because one is supposed to feel
himself at peace and well satisfied with his lot
on the holy Sabbath. The "Avinu Malkenu" is
actually placed after the prayer benedictions
(Shmonah Esreh) because it is patterned as a
model of these benedictions.
Since the tall complement of prayer benedic-
tions (Shmonah Esreh) is not recited on the Sab
bath because petitions are not allowed on the
Sabbathlikewise is the "Avinu Malkenu." which
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great interest in foreign af'J's.
He is a friend of Israel, but it
has not ahvavs been easy to con-
vince him of the wisdom of Phan-
tom shipments or the Jackson
amendment.
It may be that under another
chairman, the Foreign Relations
Committee will not be as power-
ful as it has been for the past
15 years under Fulbright.
AND IT is equally possible that
followers of Fulbright's line on
the Middle East Mark 0. Hat-
field (R.. Ore.) and James Abou-
rezk (D.. S.D.) will not need
the forum of the Foreign Rela-
tions Committee to argue their
case in the Senate.
Fulbright will doubtless con-
tinue to exercise influence on
American foreign policy.
He will be a much sought-after
sneaker at big dinners, a contrib-
utor to the Op-Ed Page of The
New York Times and a signer
of manifestoes.
AT LONG last he will be un-
encumbered by his conservative
constituency which, he hinted in
the past, made it impossible for
him to vote for civil rights meas-
ures and other pieces of legisla-
tion considered vital by liberals.
But he will never regain the
stature and inflence he had in
the days when, in the full glare
of TV cameras, he grilled Secre-
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eight hours on the rationale of
America's most unpopular war in
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Chairman of the Board....... Max Orovitz
Vice Chairman of the Board...... Leonard L. Abess
Vice Chairman of the Board...... Samuel Friedland
President............ Edward Shapiro
Vice President.......... L Jules Arkin
Vice President.......... Jerry Blank
Vice President.......... Shepard Broad
Vice President.......... Edward L. Cowen
Vice President.......... Paul Faske
Vice President.......... Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Vice President.......... Benjamin G. Kline
Vice President.......... Leonard A. Wien
Secretary............ Julius Darsky
Assistant Secretary......... Aletha Gifford
Assistant Secreta-y........ Dan B. Ruskin
Treasurer........... Miiton Weiss
Assistant Treasurer......... A. C. Fine
TRUSTEES
X .lames M. Albert Arthur Mark
Theodore Baumritter Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Morns Broad Nicholas H. Morley
Joseph H. Davidson Harry L. Nathenson
Robert S. Feldman W. James Orovitz
Samuel Gertner Arthur Pearlman
Jerrold F. Goodman Mrs. Theodore P.ncus
Abel Holtz Mrs- Abraham Rib.coff
Milton Kelner Marshal E. Rosenberg
Bing Kossoff L,yd Ln Rus*n
Maurice Koven Robert Russell
Cal Kovens Arthur SchuePPa;d u .
Sydney Levison Everett Shocket, M.D.
Ralph Levitz Michael Weintraub
Harry A. Levy ou.s Wolfson, II
Lewis E. Zorn
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Samuel Blank Aaron Kanner
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AAorris Goodman, M.D. Stanley Myers
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Friday, September 13,
197J
What Chance Does Yiddish Literature Have of Surviving in Our Time?
By PHILIP RUBIN
TOURING THE past quarter-century Yiddish, as
a spoken language of daily intercourse ard
as a literature, has suffered terrible blows. The
major blow was. of course, the destruction o! sta-
tion European Jew;, most whom were Yiddish-
speaking and Yiddish-reading.
The other was the voluntary linguistic assimila-
tion i :' } wi in the United States and other free
democracies, countries where a generation earner
a large immigrant generation had in its vast
majority lived out its life in Yiddish. The
blow was forced ling:. ';on of three
million Jews in Communist Ru destruc-
tion of Yiddish secular culture there by St)
after World War II.
While the decline of Yiddish as a main, or at
auxiliary
- .'
ID population as New York, Buenos A.
n some Russian cities I de-
imber of Yiddish read< -
there arc
it
COMMUNIST RUSSIA un ler SI
V iperi an'! theatres
the publication of Yiddish book
Dt Jews there from speaking Yi I
eaci:
n American Ji -' 11
k Yiddish even if they mix English words
of these Yiddish speakers do
In New '.
the 'Daily News." even
til j-h their E meagre, to an intelligent
Yiddish i
Mor.:
Only these two Yiddish dailies are now left on
the North American continent, whereas four dec-
ades ago there were ten.
The sale of Yiddish books, even by famous
authors has become so ridiculouslyand also
tragically,mall that a noted author like Sholom
Asch, who died 17 years ago, in his later years
virtually wrote his best-seller novels for the
English-reading market and didn't even care
whether they were published in the original Yid-
dish.
ISAAC BASHEVIS Sinser, who has succeeded
Asch as the sole living Yiddish star on the pres-
ent-day American literary firmament, seems to
be heading in the same direction.
But while the number of readers of Yiddish
books has declined almost to the vanishing point,
a remarkable thing has been happening to Yid-
dish literature during the past quarter-century
its greatly increased popularity in translation,
particularly in English translation, since more
than half of world Jewry now lives in the United
States and other English-speaking countries. I
have mentioned the present vogue of Singer and
the popularity of Asch in the immediate ast. But

.
SHOI.OM ASCH
one of the money-makers
I. B. SINGER
the new literary tycoon
that isn't all there is to itfar from it.
The popularity of Sholom Aleichem in English
translation has steadily risen in the United States
since World War II and reached its climax with
the smash-hit performance of "Fiddler On The
Roof' which ran successfully on Broadway and
throughout the world, and is based on Sholom
Aleichem's tales of "Tevye the Dairyman." Shol-
om Aleichem's humorous works are still selling
well in English translation even though they
haven't become best-sellers.
CURIOUSLY ENOUGH, there is one Yiddish
author whose name is hardly known to the
English-reading public but whose one work, a
drama, has been seen by tens, perhaps hundreds
of thousands of persons on the stage, in the
movies and, a few years ago, on television.
This is S. Anski. pen name of Solomon Rap
paport. author of the mystical "Dybbuk." one of
the most moving dramas of the twentieth cen-
tury in any language. (In Italy and in this coun-
try even operas were made out of "The Dyb-
buk.") This is the penalty an author often incurs
for writing only one work, no matter how great.
Anski's masterpiece was issued recently in a

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finally impress upon American readers that "The
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somebody was known by his pen name of S.
Anski.
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other Yiddish plays, which were also translated
by Prof. Landis, will serve to introduce a new
generation of English readers to such fine Yid-
dish writers as H. Leivick, who is represented
here by his long mystical play, "The Golem,"
Peretz Hirshbein, author of the pastoral drama,
Green Fields," and David Pinski, whose "King
David and His Wives" is a delectable tidbit.
THESE THREE authors were translated into
Fnglish about four decades ago, but the books
have gone out of print. The fifth play which is
published in this paperback volume is the con-
troversial "God of Vengeance" by Sholom Asch,
)ne Yiddish author who hardly needs any intro-
duction to an English-reading public.
In 1953, Viking Press got out a big anthology
of 630 pages, entitled "A Treasury of Yiddish
Stories," edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer
Greenberg, to which this writer., contributed a
translation. It was subsequently issued as a paper
back by World Publishing Co. in 1958 and has
since gone through many printings, an Indication
of the continued popularity of the Yiddish short
story in English renderings.
A FEW years ago there came out in London
a new edition of Joseph Leftwich's "The Golden
Peacock," a huge anthology of Yiddish poetry in
English translation. Leftwich, a well-known Anglo-
Jewish journalist, author and translator, is I now
hear, planning to edit an anthology of Yiddish
essays, something which has never before been
attempted in English.
There are several questions which arise in
connection with the present popularity of Yid-
dish literature in English translation. Who are
the people who read this translated Yiddish lit-
erature? Is their interest in translated Yiddish
literature a steady or only an ephemeral one?
If it is a sustained interest, can it continue for
long? t ;
ONE CANNOT delve into these matters within
the space of a short article.
But we might say in closing that the present-
day interest of an English-reading public, which
we presume is overwhelmingly Jewish, in Yid
dish literature appears to meet a need among at
least a large sector of American Jewish youth
for understanding their immediate Jewish past,
a need which may serve to bring to the attention
of American Jewish youth other Yiddish writers
besides the three or four who are popular today.
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How Did British Jewry Stand Up to Rigors of Outgoing Year 5734?
By 9. I. GOLDSMITH
THE VKAR 5734 started for
.lews with the Yom
,.; w.n. Of course. In this
.,> do not differ from
ther Jewish community.
eat anxiety, and finally
: .,idness at the easual-
the war. The partnership
meited itself in the mate-
inse.
.five million pounds
ing were raised in a short
match this response
Jews would have had
, t iisi for Israel alone, apart
|l needs, some two bil-
I In actual fact. Amer-
Jews raised only some
nillion.
Till: ORGANIZATION of
[me ai i for Israel during the
h v'ippur War was a unique
p lu: Jewish communi-
; [the liaspora. Apart from
isma for transfusions,
! nanaged to secure
Ian : I mass of medical
id, above all, some
\ rare and generally unob-
It Irugs and appliances. In
[this i e helped by the Bri
II the way.
Army Medical
\( i : ipplies as soon
I < asked whether they
and oil them
lis] atch. I "Just take
worrj about the cost,
\> II liscuss it later.")
n imber of volunteers
|f rked in kibbutzim most-
eing able to join the
: came from circles con-
ilienated." In fact, we
Ha irned in this war that
ots assert themselves
MJ there is a challenge, while
tin inactive in the face
|of prea 'hing.
THE VKAR 5734 saw the end
"' isolation of British Jews.
" i- rather a late resi>onse to
the en I ol the Empire. To be
sure, the recognition by British
Jews that they were like all
lews, and not something
ial in Jewry, had come years
- But they could not make up
ninds to join the World
-1 Congress,
Iwo years ago, the Board of
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Deputies, the representative
body of British Jewry, made a
declaration of intent, and this
year the Board decided to af-
filiate to the World Jewish Con-
gress, and British Jews are now-
well and truly part of it. The
Congress Plenary Assembly will
put the seal upon the affiliation.
This means the end of the Bri-
tish Section of the World Jew-
ish Congress. The Board itsell
will now be "The British Sec-
tion." It is a minor shakeup, but
nothing serious. In olden days,
the British Section was an effec-
tive political and organizational
instrument. Of late, it was al-
most dormant. The Institute of
Jewish Affairs, which is based
in London, remains, of course,
an independent body in close as-
sociation with the World Jew-
ish Congress as such, and not
with its British affiliate now
the Board in particular.
THE BRITISH general elec-
Uon took place during the year
under review. We may yet have
another one before our year is
out, but we cannot wait with this
survey. Rosh Hashona. like time
an,I tide, waits for no man.
In the | eneral election last
< ictol e there were a numbi r of
. Udates Ol the extreme right
under various guises. We had
Fascists, neo Fascists, near-
Fasdsts, anti-Negroes. We did
not have open anti-Semites. Not
one of them dared to come out
ant say that he was an anti-
Semite. This is progress.
But British Jews and the
rest of the country knew ex-
actlj who's who among the can-
didates in the end, not one of
the extreme right was elected
to Parliament, and all of them
lost their deposits. (Which means
that none of them could muster
one eighth of the total votes
cast in the constituency where
he ran. i
This is now new. But there
were some fears that Arab pro-
paganda, the advent of more col-
ored people, and the economic
difficulties might give the ex-
treme right a chance. This has
not proved to be the case. Peo-
ple in a mature democracy are
not swayed all that easily.
HERK ONE could stress, in
parentheses as it were, that Mr.
F.noch Powell, who is in some
ways on the extreme right of his
own party, the Conservatives,
and who refused to run this time
because he disagreed with his
own party over racial issues, is
not even" remotely anti-Jewish.
On the contrary, he is an Anglo-
Zionist in the old tradition and a
friend of Israel.
As in previous years, British
Jews have been "on the side of
the angels" in the racial contro-
versy. But only as individuals.
As a group their contribution to
the fight against racialism was
minimal. It only goes to show
that they are human.
Some advance the excuse that
the Blacks do not want them as
alies, which is partly true. It is
also a fact that many of the
Blacks here support the Aiabs.
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IKAl HOTXE
By rrrZHAK rabi
Al-nost a yea.- after the Yost
r War. Israel set ins. at
Brit zlance. to have recovered.
Dizengoff Streetthe Champs
M i M Amis once again
throbbing and vibrant as young
leopie sipping mffee trade gos-
sip, exchange smiies and jokes
along the bustling thoroughfare
and in the crowded sidewalk
Yet. despite this surface
.^station of everything-is-
back-to-nonrsaL there can be no
ISRAEL I- .::ferenr_ Israel
-anee-i and will not be the
same again :
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knowT. &.. rr.y 'ais.
'To-: ] v. life very :if:"er-
Bame for
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Da.
was ttarim -e sea
lapping languidly along the shore
o: Tel Aviv ani telBng me about
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v,ce!(t,T,T:OUS NAME "-AW
..NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
;;; SygSfS "'"'.v '!'' fictitious name
S.-S'V? GENERAL merch.xn-
DISEat 1168 w. J4th Street. Hlateah,
1 28010. Intenai to register said
name with ih.- Clerk .,r m, cin ult
Court ,.f Bade Oouniy Florida '
GERARDG SANTOS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTH OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION t
PROBATE NO. 74-5289
i: Re: Ei late of
ROSE FRCCHTMAN 1
I 6-18-20-27
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ICE TO CREDITORS *
- ami Ail Persona Hav-
11. mands Against .-'.,:ii
C'R^,UJJ, COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
____ NO. 74-25200
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
.V T!C,?.. BV PUBLICATION
IN RE I UK MARRIAGE UK
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FRANCISCO J, Cl'STODIO
H unhand.
Ton. FRANCISCO J. CITSTODIO
if. ldem t nknown. are hereby notl-
fled to serve a copj of y..ur Answer
i.. tne Dissolution ..f Marriage riled
'.K'.Ki.K NICHOLAS. ESQ. 12 N.\C
i-iii Avenue. Klaml. Flori.ia 3313K
and file original with cierk ,,f Court
'I or before Don.her 9, 1974- nther-
the Petition iii i. confessed
this 3rd day of Septembe
r.
iY OF SAFAD: Pen and ink drawing
u Is.
by you
Dated
1:174.
RICHARD P. BRINKER CLERK
By: \v TV mix ski
Deputy Cler
_______________ 1/6-12-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslaned. desiring 1.. engage
"' "VSES?". '""'"' "'' fictitious name
nVCTFI, 5.EpyCA '' < "
,..'- ,.,,h'.1? Street. .\. Miami Beach
' '.'' Intends 1.. register said
name with the c|erk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florid*
BETTY ROSENTHAL
9 6-12-20-27
NOTIC
To Ml Credit)
Ing Clalim r
1.' tate:
V..U in. hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any claims .-.nil demands
' I' '1 you ma) h..'. e against the es-
tate 01 ROSE FRCCHTMAN .:. -
d late ; i lade 1 iounty, Florida,
io Ha Circuit Judges of Dade .'ouoiy,
;" Ml' the -.Hi.- in duplicate and as
provided in Section 738.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in tin County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months from the
lime of th< first publication hereof,
or the sail i., barred
Filed .11 Miami. Florida, this lfith
day oi August, ad. 1:1-4.
ASHTON KORN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
th< ii day of August, 1974
IK' 'X A EPSTEIN
Attorney fot estate
4: 1.in,..in Road
Miami 11. a. h, Florida 33139
8 :>:i-::n
Year After the 1% War
of emigration, but they have,
nevertheless, learned to under-
stand. At least, this is the ap-
pearance.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY GIVEN
X(
the undersigned.
In '
that
pntinuod from Preceding Page
the fierce battles on the Suez
tint.
Vhi!e he was talking about the
Irrors of the war, I realized
at he had learned to appreciate
In fact, he had learned to
predate everything.
Jut. by the same token, he
lea; tied to disregard every
Inp. Whatever hapi>ens now,
(M-cns. I do not care. I realized
not help if you worry."
These contradictory feeiings
iation and disregard
be traced in almost any Is-
ii who lived through the
luma of the last war and its
fe:math.
PEOPLK ARK tired. True. But
-. :ne time there is an
pern-ess to get the most out of
With unprecedented inlla-
ln it seems that for many
pany. not all), money is no
pblem. Someone remarked joe-
thai people do not liKe
1 in iiow fast they get
for bigger and
: buy
ge TV ;c% and ostentatiously
;~-a them in their huge ;.v-
' with new
: abroad.
. is a <,:: at
Life is too
ir :e can
: '1 ached from
ime eo-
:. ..v>woro
a th;eat to their very
} I is all !,., perplex-
no eaa ways
- to the preoccjp*
I set mlngly taaatJa-
material things,
j 'or a while ont- suddenly
I 'Hat thlj new cult of
Penalism and the pursuit of
Bood, sweet life" is the In-
jaoie esca;* from the trauma
*e last war, from the knowl-
t.iat real, lasting peace is
>'et at hand, and that this
l.i
awful experience called war
might te thrust upon them once
again in the near future.
"I don*t see how we can get
out of the mess of the Middle
East conflict. I have no illusions.
I do not think anything will
help, except, maybe, one thing: a
mil acle."
THE WOMAN who made this
obse. vations u as Ai iana Haran,
the famous Israeli ret from Ke-
vin at Schiller. After the Yom
Kippur War, she mused, one has
to believe in miiacles to see the
Arab Israeli conflict resolved.
Meanwhile, until that miracle
arrives, life continues. A new
generation is born. The Yom Kip-
pur War babies, as they are call-
ed by some, are already taking
their fiist faltering steps.
People, as after any other shat-
teiin<; experience, are much more
tole:ant antl understanding.
Theie is an openness to new
ideas, not just on the political
level but also on issues that in-
volve the individual and his way
of life and his relationships with
other people.
FOB EXAMPLE, the issue of
women's liberation Is no longsi
viewed as a problem Imported
ureeptitiously from the I'nited
State:. The role <>: women in Is-
raeli society is now a valid 1*3 e,
and judging by the Israeli press
a.i is. a i .ai -tiis a .creat many
a ments and emotii ins,
Many taboos have also disap-
peared. Inc iss e "i emigration
from I:-, id v. is highly ex i | '
ate,'. Contrary to Impres
creaUd by the international
press, not every other person was
ta knv: a o .i leaving Israel.
What did ha;-'en. however,
was that the former taboo about
leaving Israel, or even talking
about it. was shattered. During
Israel's ^6 years of statehood
there has been some emigration.
There was a time when those
who left Israel were regarded as
"traitors." This is no longer the
case. People still do not approve
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N<-TT( K is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underata-ned, dealrina to encase in
DUPinesi under the ft.-minus names of
king r>iversification8: ktno
decorators: k 1 n q m \ i i.-
k;v.:si propiots: kinosi- in-
vestors at Dade Ci'iinty. intend to
"'"'" -ai.l namei with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
H s"""Ul.-T
F. SHOCHET
I :'3-Sn 9'-13
. desirine to
of s"t i'"SAs!UJ(,!,:i '^ "Ctltloue Ifame
2iJ-S AS-so' IATES at 1S4 West-
ward Drive. Miami Sprlngif Florida
... en.. ,,, rej, .....ameVuhthS
County! nori.ia'r,'",t "ur' "f **<
STUART BERNSTEIN
JACK RIRSTINKK
BAUL MANDELL
8/2S-30 fl'6-lS
tht
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME AW
NOTICE IS HKKKin OIVEN that
the undersipned. desirlnr to enmae
In business under the fietillous name
of -ANNS CORSET COVE a I 170
Viaml Oarden* Drive. Sky l^.ke .Mall
Shopping Center. North Miami Beach,
Florida Intend* to reirlHte^ .-,'1 ..-,m .
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad, County, Florida.
CORSET "i IVB. INC
BY: SHIRLEY HAHTFIKI.D
President
ATN8I.EE Tt FERDIE
Attorn... for CORSET COVR. IXC
_______________ S/23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslened, desiring to ensajM
i. I'.: '.,ss under the fictitious name
of ABCO International Corporation of
M Si Iti ?S. 144 Brlckell Ave-
nue. Mintni, Florida intends to recis-
ter said name with the Clerk ni the
Circuit ."our: o' Dad. County, Florida,
FINANCIAL VSSOC1ATES, INC.
OF MIA.VI
By: PACL SHIFMAN
As r1^.....tent
CAID1N ROTHEN BERO, KOOAN
.i i.i KORNBLl'M
Aiti !!...- 'or FIN> MIA '
AS-' ii-: \T1.S. INC OF MIAMI
v :n 3" a/a.11
r,^TNOTICE UNDER
,. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEUERY GIVEN that
le under1Kne.l. .leslrin..- to engage
of HOME CLCB at 48 A ft S W inth
Btreei Miami. Florida Intends to re
CiMer said name with the Clerk of
Wortda, of "'"'" (""un,v.
BUGBNIO AVOCIO
I M-80 9'6-I3
NOTICE UNDER
FiCTHIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
.I. irit I-
in business under tin- fictitious nanta
..,-:. Ii Bill IRE i .\"K i IPMENT
AS- iCIATES at 1675 We: : 4:>ih
Street, H1.1 leah. For Ida t< nd i"
| i |: iIUi .- illl ie CiiTK oT
tin Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fit
JACK A.RON 501
3 TACT BERN'S! BIN -.>--
^ JS-80 /rt-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74 ?35S7
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR IIISSOLUTION
..... OF MARRIAGE
IN Rh: THE MARRIAGE OF
HE I A DASZKAL.
Petitioner
and
ELIZABETH VEREBE* DASZKAU
Hesnon.lent
TO: ELIZA RETH VEREBES
PA6ZKAL
!'T-40 82nd Drive
Apt, Ml
Reno Park. New York
"^ "' "< hereby notified that a TY-
lltion for Dissolution of Marrlagre has
been filed acalnsl you. and yoti are
required to serve a copy of your \n-
or Pleadlnic to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage on the ivm-
ti. n. i's Attorney. KENNETH N RE-
K INT. One Lincoln Road BalldlnK
Suite 829 Miami Beach, Florid* ..
ind fill lh. oi itimii Anew, r or Plead-
ing in i!ie office of the Clerk of the
I '.u I Court on or before the .'Tth
'aj of Sepl I97t If you fail in da
".iKineii; by default v ill he taken
Flt si >' u h r thi relief demand. .1 In
II Pi 'lion.
DATED at Miami, Florida this 16th
lav of \.-! 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade 'ountj. I rlda
By wI i.i ik i:i: VDSHAW, JR.
! lenuty Clerk
KENNETH \ REKANT
a i torne] for Petitioner
Ont Lincoln Rd I'.i.ic Suite 229
mi.inn Beach, Florida 11
I 21-lfJ n fi-13
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
GREENLAND STUDIOS
4500 N.W. 135th STREET
CPA L0CKA, FLORIDA
PPhone 688-3531
IN THE CIKCuiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Cr FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 744758
In ."';; Km., r of
LIU IAN HOOVER.
D reas<
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN thi: ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT.
Vi u are hereby notified that a writ.
ten Instrument porportlnK to be the
last :': and testament of said dece-
,!. ni hat been admitted lo nrobafe m
said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within sH calendar iw"'!"
from th, date of the first publication
of this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you .an. wh
the a.lion of said Court In a.lmittinn
said will lo probate should not stand
unrevoked.
JUDGE JOHN R KUN'TON
Clreull Court .Indue
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
By CORNELL ROBINSON
1 ieo.itv clerk
KI'HT WKLI.ISCH. Attorney at T-*w
Attorney for Gil BERT MARBBY.
Executor of Estate of LILLIAN
IB ii IVEB. Deceased
B.1 AlmeriM Avenue, Suite 200-E
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
F*rst i ublication of this notice on
the Kth 8/9-18-2S-M
IN THE CIKCUIT COURTH OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PRORATE NO. 74.4S73
(JUDGE DOWLING)
In Re Eetate of
WILLIAM CHALBK.
d. -------1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi raom llav.
in*; Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renuir-
ed in present any claims and demands
which jou may have against the es-
late of WILLIAM CHALEK. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in dimlicate and as
provided in Section 712.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
c. -ih. us.- In Dade County, Florida.
within four calendar months from th*
lime of the fust publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
File.l at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of August. AD. 1974,
! BE CHAI ER-
AS Administratrix C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
the 23rd day of August. 1*74,
SIMON. HAYS & GRCNDWERG
By: MOSES J GRONDWERG
Attorney for Administratrix C.T A.
608 Amslr- Building
Miami. Florida 33132
8/28-SO /e-18
9 '6-13
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL"
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25203
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ME1 BOURNE ENO.
Husband.
[RENE ENO.
Wife.
You. IRENE ENO. Residence Un-
known, are hereby notified to serve
ii COpj of your Answer to the Disso-
lution of Marriage riled against you.
upon husband's attorney. GEORGE
NICHol AS. ESQ till' N W. 12th
\venue, Miami. Florida :i:{i::;. and
original with Clerk of Court on >r
lefore (let. 9. 1P74: otherwise the 1"-
lition will be confessed by you,
Dated tins 3rd day of Sept.. 1974
rich, hi. p, BRINKER CLERK
By: T, D DELGADO
Deputy Clerk
9 ti-13-2l>-;7
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25201
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DAISY BOYKEN.
Wife,
vs.
EVERETT RAY BOYKEN,
Husband,
You. EVERETT RAY BOYKEN.
Residence Unknown, are hereby noti-
fied to serve a copy of your Answer
io the Dissolution of Marriage filed
list you. unon wife's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ 612 N.W.
lL'ih Avenue. Miami. Florida 22126. and
file original with cu-rk of Court on
mi before Ocl 9. 1974: otherwise the
Pel it inn will he confessed bv vou
Dfltod (Ms 3rd day of Sept. 1974. ,
RICHARD P BRINKER CLERK
By: T D DEI QADI i
Deputy cierk
9 6-12-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-23606
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE 'P
\ ERNON DAVIS.
Petitioner,
VS.
NANCY DAVIS.
Respondent
TO: NANCY DAVIS
Ri Idem i 'rd nown
v\- NANCY DAVIS, Respondent,
m:i: hi:i:i:i:y notified to file
your written response i< this action
for dissoiutl......f marriage, with the
Clerk ni thi sbi vi Court, and serve
a cojpj in n Petitioner's Attorn, vs.
VON ZAMFT A SMITH, Sum IK,
Soutl Hiuliuay, Coral Oa-
Vh Florida 13146, on or before the
27tl daj of Sent 971 elsi the P< -
i : i i :. in itloi Marriage will
be takei nnfessed
I'M'1'1 M'G ". '' 74
RICHARD P BRINKER
r Ci DELGADO
Denutj C erk
I. "i- i ult I "out I i
I 'in h. four i on lecutlve ei ks In
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
22-20 9 6-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOH'DA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIV'L ACTON NO. 74-18321
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Or MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M VRRIAGE I IF
A I icia UENDEZ. Wife Petitioner
and
CARI OS MENDEZ.
Ilui bain' Reap.indent
TO: (AIM OS MENDEZ
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ AND
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN, attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address is 420
I incoln R. ad, Suit.- 172, Miami Beach.
Florida aim hie the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before September soth. 1974: other-
wise 8 default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
convdaint or petition.
WITNKSS my hand and the seal of
said curt at Miami. Florida on this'
22nd day of Auxust. 1974
RICHARD P, BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv Florida
By I. 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
JOSEPH ;:. iSlNKKANTZ &
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 372
Miami Beaon. Florida
(Phone 622-2424)
Attorneys for Petitioner


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Exterior view of the renovated Synagogue of Bless- chipped away from the pillars to reveal the original
ing and Peace and Acts of Piety, St. Thomas, U.S. Danish brick. New hurricane windows and doors
Virgin Islands. Layers of plaster and paint were were also installed.
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fKosli From the Virgin Islands and Bogota to Tangier and Albania,
Jews are celebrating Rosh Hashona in many of the most
remote and exotic places in the world. For some of these
communities, the future is enshrouded in doubt or even fear.
For others, there are relatively stable if not altogether
bright prospects for a Happy New Year. For all of them.
laces
apprehension rises in proportion to the rising political for-
tunes of the Arab nations and Black Africa, as well as in
relation to that old and established threat, a strengthened
Communism. This section of The Jewish Floridian New Year
Edition examines some of these communities and their ex-
pectations. ^^
Old Synagogue Comes to Life Again in the Caribbean
By LARRY VINICK
T. THOMAS, V.I. The domed house of worship
that has stood atop Synagogue Hall here since
September, 1833, has a new look. Purists might call
't an old look, for the 140-year-old Synagogue of
Blessing and Peace and Acts of Piety, its formal
name, has just undergone a complete face-lifting.
The St. Thomas Synagogue is the second oldest
m the Western Hemisphere.
RENOVATION of the 40 x 50 ft., one story build-
ing was begun August of last year. Layers of peel-
ng paint and chipped plaster were stripped away
'o expose the original walls of handsome Danish
brick.
Now hurricane windows and doors were installed,
and the building was completely rewired.
All interior woodwork has been restored to its
natural state. The Ark. which houses the holy scrolls,
and the bimah (pulpit) are made of Island ma-
hogany and cherry wood.
THE CENTRAL chandelier with its 18 glass hur-
ricane lamps, and the candelabras that flank the pul-
Pit are the original brass fixtures imported from
Denmark 140 years ago.
A one-Inch thickness of clean sand covers the
marble floor. This age-old custom is preserved to
commemorate passage of the Jews through the des-
erts of Egypt.
The synagogue was designed by a Parisian archi-
tect, and was built for a little more than $5,000.
Cost of the current restoration is estimated at
$25,000.
Money was contributed by St. Thomas residents
and tourists, in a drive spearheaded by the Sister-
hood of the congregation. An additional $15,000 will
be raised at a later date to restore the synagogue's
mahogany benches.
HISTORICAL records indicate that a small group
of Sephardic Jews settled in St. Thomas as early as
1665. They had fled the inquisition that swept
through Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece. By 1789,
there were nine Jewish families listed on the Is-
land's tax and census records.
They made their living as peddlers, shopkeepers
and small landowners. Religious services were con-
ducted in their homes.
In 1796, they built their first synagogue, a simpU
structure of Spanish'Moorish design. It was destroy-
ed in the great fire of November 22, 1804. Two more
temples were built and destroyed before the present
building was completed in 1833.
Emmanual Vass might be called the Henry Kis-
singer of his time. In 1734, the Danish Governor of
the Virgin Islands selected Vass, a St. Thomas Jew,
to go to Martinique to successfully negotiate the
transfer of St. Croix from Frenth to Danish sover-
ignity.
OTHER GREAT and colorful Virgin Islands Jews
also gained world renown. Among them are Camille
Pissaro, painter and father of French Impressionism,
who was born in St. Thomas in 1830. Judah P. Ben-
jamin, born in St. Croix in 1811, became attorney
General. Secretary of War and State in the cabinet
of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
David Levi Yulee, born in St. Thomas in 1810,
served in the U.S. Congress from 1845 to 1851,
representing the State of Florida. David Naar, editor
and motivating force behind the creation of the
State University of New Jersey, was born in St.
Thomas in 1800.


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Problems Mounting for Argentina's Jews
. NISaUi ELNEX AST
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Assimilation Low, Economic Prospects Bright in Peru
By YITZHAK RAM
THOUGH relatively small, the
Jewish community in Peru
i. leading an active cultural aid
I life, is not infected with
>n. and Is economical-
ly In most cases, ac-
cording to Eric Topf, president
pf the Zionist Federation of
peru, Jews lead "comfortable
re are "very few poor
Jews in OUT community," he
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency during a recent inter-
view when he was visiting New
York. Those who are poor are
supported by their respective
communities: the Ashkenazic
[Kx>r by their institutions and
the Sephardic poor by their in-
stitutions. Almost all of the
5,30(1 Peruvian Jews reside in
Lima and are part of the upper
middle class. Topf noted.
TI1E JEWS in Peru, a mini-
scule portion of the total pop-
ulation of 14.010,000. are con-
centrated in industry and com-
merce Their economic status,
In this respect, is similar to that
of Jews in other South Amer-
ican countries, Topf said.
The younger generation, how-
ever, tend more and more to-
' ward white collar jobs and in
law. medicine and engineering.
While Jewish consciousness
is relatively high among all sec-
tions of the Jewish population,
Zionist activity is low keyed.
There is interest in Israel,
Topf noted, but "aliya has not
been that successful" even
though there is a shaliach from
Israel.
NEVERTHELESS, he said,
the Yom Kippur War made a
strong impact on the Jewish
community: it evoked expres-
sions of deep concern and
anxiety.
According to Topf, the war
brought the i .ununity closer
together and tended to dissolve
whatever differences there were
prior to the war. "The Jewish
students in the University of
Lima began to get organized,"'
he reported.
"They held a meeting at the
university and a few of them
even volunteered to go to work
in Israel."
Despite the fact that the Jews
in Lima are "stroncIy tied to-
gether." they are actually di\ id-
ed mto three groups, Topf said.
The Ashkenazic community
?prises TO percent of Peru's
Jewry-, while the Sephardic and
German Jews constitute two
smaller communities.
"EACH of the three commu-
n:r:es has its own rabbi and
synagogue," he said. The Ash-
kenazic community has four
synagogues while the other
two communities have one syna-
gogue each.
To coordinate a policy cf
mutual cooperation the three
communities formed an umbrel-
la organization, the Association
of Israelite Societies, which has
two objectives.
"ONE IS to provide Jewish
education and the other is to
provide the Jews with public
relations needs," Topf said. He
noted that the association was
given the name Israelite So-
cieties because "the word Jew
in Peru has been considered as
an insult. We therefore avoid
a
the word Jew in public and use
instead the term Israelite;"
A new association president,
rotated from each of the three
communities, is appointed an-
nually.
Focusing on the associations
first objective Jewish educa-
tionTopf stated that some
1,000 students are attending this
vear an all day Hebrew school.
"The school." he said with a
great deal of pride, "which of
fers general studies as well, is
considered to be one of the fin-
est schools in the country. It
has such a reputation that even
some non-Jewish students are
enrolled."
STUDENTS are taught pri-
marily Hebrew and Jewish cul-
ture. Ironically, he noted, the
school, the only Jewish one in
Peru, is named after a convert
to Christianity, a former rector
in Lima whose name was Leon
Pinelo.
"The Peruvian government
does not approve of foreign
names, Topf said.
Turning to the public rela-
tions activities of the associa-
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tion. the Zionist leader said its
activity has proven to be an
essential tool in the hands of
the association.
To counter the increasing and
vehement Arab propaganda in
the country as well as the anti-
Semitism of the New Left, the
" aaWMatirnt has established 9
Human Relations Committee.
"THIS IS our Anti-Defama-
tion League," Topf said. "The
committee acts against anti-
Semitism and Arab propaganda
aimed at the Jewish community
of Peru," he stated, "but does
not get involved when Israel or
Zionism is attacked."
The reason for the hands-off
policy regarding Zionism and
Israel. Topf hinted, is to avoid
the accusation of "foreign
agent."
According to Topf. the "tradi-
tional anti-Semitism" is fading
away in Peru. "The anti-Semit-
ism as such, the one sponsored
by the church, is disappearing.
It is being replaced, however,
by the strong anti-Israel and
anti-Zionist position of the New
Left. In fact, this new anti-
Semitism is a regular phenome-
non in Peru's larger and more
influential dailies which are
controlled by the Left "
THIS INSIDIOUS develop-
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What is Future of Portugal's 5,500 Jew*
By GEOFFREY D. PAUL
London Chronicle Syndicate
PORTUGAL'S KNOWN Jewish
community of scarcely more
?hsn 3.500 souls is unlikely Woe
much affected by the events of
the past year, except perhaps for
handful of individuals
whose prominence in public life
- from their support of the
deposed regime.
What remains of Portuguese
- but a pallid reminder
-.e once great community
which pave the Jewish people.
I, eminent scholars,
travellers and which
ended its golden age in rivers of

The presence of Jews in Portu-
gal been recorded from the
year; of the current era
one tradition has it. from the
action of the Temple in the
.: some historians
med Jew ement
-bably several centuries ear-
BY THE twelfth century, large
aad flourishing Jewish eommuni-
..;.-fd throughout Po:
and in the following decades, un-
der a succession of monarchs.
some more benevolent than
others, they developed a unique
system of internal self-govern-
ment which reached even to the
administration of criminal law.
Under royal patronage, the
community elected its own rabbis
and enjoyed the services of seven
dayanim. appointed to each of
the country's regions, whose de-
cisions were in turn open to ap-
peal to a travelling court of as-
sessors.
T: Je.v-" comparative free-
dom and protected status contri-
buted to strengthening their in-
fluence with the ruling families,
to the anser of the Catholic
Church which pressed with
varying success over three
centuries for their suppression.
This campaign came to a head
15th century with vio-
' riots which.
er. did not deter Jews
from Spain seeking asylum from
jtion in their own country'.
THEIR ESCAPE was short
lived. W:th the union of the
Spanish and Portuguese thronw
at the end of the 15th centm
the anti Jewish measures adorn*!
in Spain were extended to ?0Z
gal and thousands of Jew, ,*
forced either to flee or
were
forced conversion to Catholic!^
One of the bloodiest incidents
occurred in 1503 when 2.&0G iin
willing -conteTts" weret-ntii
acred.
This gave rise to the v
Jews who followed their own n
ligion secretly whil
aving as believing
Their numbers mere | *
the -iibic-oiient Introduction i
an Inquisition in Port
continued with vary:...
of intensity for the .- r. 20(
year- and which was
Uy ended in 1821.
::..
DURING THE tin
Qjnisition, some 1,200 people
were burned at the stake Thou-
sands more suffered o\ : |_:~s
of death and indigni-;.
But Marrano commur..:ies coj
tinued to exist and traveller]
within Portugal within the las)
decade have found village ecu
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mu'nities which maintain a Mar-
"iJwf'oinly reestablished
themselves in Portugal in the
M,|V lth century and were
nve official recognition in 1892,
, status enhanced by a 1933 de-
cree granting freedom of reli-
gion 'to all citizens (but which
nevertheless maintained Catho-
licism as the State Teligion).
THE SMALL number of Jews
in Portugal at the outbreak of
the Second World War was in-
creased by the arrival of refugees
following the fall of France.
Portugal maintained a more or
less liberal immigration policy
throughout the war years and
even when exercising restrictive
measures extended its "protec-
tion"' to a large number of Jews
, and Allowed Jewish rescue organ-
izations to operate from its ter-
ritory.
Portugal has never acceded to
Israeli overtures for the estab-
lishment of diplomatic relations
between the two countries for
fear of Arab reaction (which has
been hostile nevertheless). <
However, the two countries
era;
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conom
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I' ment seems somewhat ironic
considering the fact that Jewish
immigration to Peru began in
16th century when Portu-
guese Mnrranos settled there
Jjfter its occupation by Spain,
modern period of immigra-
tion began in 1970 when Jews
Alsace and Lorraine ar-
^Between the two world wars
,h immigrants arrived
Central and Eastern Eu-
, as well as from Turkey
,.. In 1931 there were
600 Jew s in Peru and their
numbers swelled to the pres-
ent si/e since then. Zionism
was first introduced into Peru
by Jews who settled there aft-
er World War I.
The first Zionist meeting
u ... held in the building that
once housed the headquarters
s/trqctiUna s
i' ___.
f- rcblcms
^ Vlounting
t Nitinued from Page 2-E
[act H fflfttr! this dl 1 not
the Prin ate of A:
It. Archblsho] An-
jtonio C from i on u ting
enos Aires Cathe-
ths ago in memory
|of killed Arab terrorists.
AT THE mass, the cardinal
Icritl ed the state of Isiael for
ing what he called the Bib-
llical "law of vengeance." Frim
[time to time, synagogues are the
Ibomb taints of terrorist ele-
Iments.
Jews and non-Jews alike have
Ibeen the victims of a great num-
Iber ol terrorist kidnappings. All
I one "i the abducted Jews
[were treed when the ransom de-
Imandod was paid. The exception
[was the victim of cross-fire be-
tween the police and the kid-
pappers.
Physical assaults on Jews are
practically non-existent.
Lately, there has been some
(increase in anti-Semitic propa-
ganda, mainly due to Arab Lea-
gue agitation, which is frantical-
ly trying to enlist the support of
Ultra-right-wing Catholic circles
and left-wing croups for its twin
campaigns to advance the march
of the "Third World" and defeat
he "dangei ol Zionist world do-
nination."
FOR Tills purpose, the Arab
propagandists have millions of
ollars at their disposal, while
{he Jewish establishment and the
sraeli Embassy in Buenos Aires
nave no organized plans to coun-
er their activities.
The late President Peron was
er>' pragmatic. He knew that
Jjnti-Semitism could only harm
Jus objectives, particularly in the
pternational sphere. He never
faed with any anti-Jewish drive.
But the adherents of Peronism
fjso include groups from the far
I*) ani1 the far left, all of them
unfriendly to Jews and in parti-
tular to Zionism. Left-wing
uns Jews and most of the
ommunity's youth is left-wing-
regard Zionism as militarist.
fcrth'ever the supporters of the
Pfthodox centrist Peronista tra-
>n. which still forms the nu-
l Us of the movement and was
PPenly backed by President
pwn. Publicly state their sym-
^iry with Jews and with the
"te of Israel.
of the Inquisition.
THE SOCIAL life of the
Jewish community in Lima is
centered around the six syna-
gogues in the city and the He-
braica Club which is devoted
mainly to sports activities.
These institutions, Topf said,
are always crowded on the
High Holy Days and Sundays.
Despite the earlier distinctive
characteristics of the three
communities, the differences
between them have been fading
away in recent years, he ob-
served.
"Mixed marriages" between
the Sephardim, Ashkenazim
and the German-speaking com-
munities are increasing, Topf
related, hut intermarriage with
non-Jews does not occur.
News about the Jewish com-
munity in Peru and about Jew-
ish life in other countries is
obtained through the local Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency Daily
News Bulletin.
"This is the main means of
communication for our com-
munity," Topf said. "Actually,
this is the only Jewish publi-
cation in Peru. There used to
he another publication Nos-
otros that appeared regular-
ly. But now it is published only
from time to time in the form
of a review."
TOPF WHO is 39 years old,
speaks English fluently despite
the fact that he came to Peru
as a child from Vienna. He is
an engineer, is married and has
four children.
He explained that he was in
New York because his wife re-
quired medical treatment aft-
er suffering injuries in an auto-
mobile accident in Peru. End-
ing the interview Topf said he
was happy being in New York,
despite his general concern
and sadness over his wife's in-
juries, because there are so
many Jewish restaurants. Jew-
ish food in Peru can only be
found in private homes.
"We do not have even one
Jewish restaurant in all of
Peru," he mused.
have carried on a lively trading
partnership and an Israeli has
been advising Portugal on the
development of her tourist indus-
try.
LAST VEAB, the Portuguese
' 'Government"* ieftoS^d to allow an
Israeli football team to play a
return match against a Portugu-
ese team which had previously
played in Jaffa. The Portuguese
delegate at the UN has frequent-
ly voted against Israel and Is-
rael has joined in denunciations
of Portugal's policies in her over-
sea* territories.
But. curiously, it was only
thanks to the Portuguese Gov-
ernment's cooperation that the
United States was able to estab-
lish the airlift which, in October
of last year, brought Israel her
much-needed military reinforce-
ment. This led to Portugal being
classified by Arab oil producing
countries as a "hostile nation."
There are no reasons for be-
lieving that the new regime will
show any particular friendship
toward Israel. Although its for-
eign policy is at yet unclear, its
expected bid for a better world
image sugests that it will tend
to conciliate the Arabs.
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ISRAEL AND Latin American
* Jewry are the twin targets of
a sophisticated, well financed
Arab offensive now under way in
Latin America.
With an arsenal of powerful
political and economic weapons,
the Arab drive is designed to
force the nations of South Amer-
ica into pro-Arab positions and
weaken their Jewish communi-
ties.
In launching the offensive.
Arab strategists were inspired by
their diplomatic victory in Africa
where, in one month, they suc-
ceeded in having 18 nations break
reltions with Israel.
IN ARAB eyes. Latin America
is a major base of political sup-
port for Israel. Since November,
194", when Latin American votes
were crucial to a United Nations
decision to create the State of
Israel, about one-half of the votes
supportive of Israel's position at
the UN have been cast by Latin
American representatives.
An Israeli diplomat, comment-
ing in 19T2 on Latin American
support for Israel and the fact
that Israel maintained diplomatic
relations with all 24 countries
there, said that "Israel is proud
of its position and success there."
Now both are threatened.
Two nations have broken dip-
lomatic relations with Israel:
Cuba in September. 1973, and
Guiana in March. 1974.
To the extent that the current
Arab offensive succeeds. Israel
will be more effectively isolated
in the international forum of the
United Nations.
THE POLITICAL offensive was
launched last January by the
Foreign Minister of Lebanon,
Fouad Naffah. who visited seven
Latin American capitals as the
official spokesman for the Arab
League.
His assignment was to explain
to heads of state and other gov-
ernment officials the Arab posi-
tion on the Middle East situation
and get their support for Arab
demands Israeli withdrawal
from all territories occupied in
1967 and the self-determination
of the Palestinian people.
Fouad Naffah visited Cuba.
Mexico. Colombia. Venezuela.
Argentina. Uruguay and Brazil.
In some countries, the official
MORTON M. ROSENTHAL is di-
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Lf'the principle that territory
Irtnnot be acquired by force.
THE COLOMBIAN communi-
.oue and those of some of the
lather nations visited reaffirmed
support for this principle as well
\l UN Resolution 242.
Mexico ft-ent further than sup-
|Mrt bv insisting that "Israel
must withdraw all of its forces
rom all of the territories which
L noW occupies as a result of
[the war of 1967"
An additional indication of
Mexico's shift toward the Arab
position was its reference, for the
first time, to the concept of the
I Palestinian people." The com-
Imuniquc spoke of the need to m-
Lre "a suitable and free future
Ifor the Palestinian people."
48 THE largest, wealthiest and
I mPt influential Latin American
I nations. Brazil and Argentina are
[the focal points of the Arab of-
fensive. The strategy is to bring
Ithem into the Arab camp and
Ithen persuade the other Latin
[American nations to follow their
llead.
I There were varied assessments
|rf the import of Naffah's visit to
K'ra7il "Brazil decides to support
|lhe Arabs" was the headline on
iFehruary 1 in the Brazilian daily,
JTolha be Sao Paulo."
[.-The paper's diplomatic cor-
respondent. Flavio de Almeida
fealles. based his analysis on
Brazilian Foreign Minister Gibson
. speech at the banquet
I n honor of Fouad Naffah.
He cited the absence of any
Inference to the policy of "equi-
jjistaii, Rich previously had
been a required part of every
tpeech and fne Foreign Minister's
teferenr* to the Latin American
1967 draft resolution, which
failed "for Israeli withdrawal of
fell of its forces from all ter-
ritories occupie! during the war.
IN ASSERTING that the Latin
American draft resolution still
^epre.-ents Brazil's thinking on
j_e of w.helhej Israel must
vithdraw from "some" or "all"
territories. GibsonJBarboza seem-
?d to be backing the Arab inter-
pretation of UN Resolution 242,
[hat is. that I-ra-1 must withdraw
from all territories.
Arab diplomats in Brazil were
kurprised by the Brazilian Fo-
reign Minister's "speech, accord-
ing to "Journal Da Tarde." a Sao
Paulo daily which callpd it the
I atic equivalent of "a joint
bilateral declaration."' Fouad
Naffah described the speech as
p.ne wh ise text had "profound
I al and informative con-
ical," .
THE: BRAZH.I.W Ambassador
I'o Israel, Miguel do Rio Branco,
I .\ denied reports that
1 oved close to the
f on.
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stories, he said his government
"had not changed its policy of
neutrality in relation to the coun-
tries in the Middle East... The
speech by Mr. Gibson Barboza to
his Lebanese colleague did not
mention any demand for the
withdrawal of Israeli forces from
the occupied territories..-. The
interpretation of my government
of Resolution 242 of the Security
Council of the United Nations has
not changed and will not change."
The ambiguity of Brazil's posi-
tion may. in large measure, be
due to the fact that Naffah was
dealing with a lame-duck admin-
istration, six weeks before Presi-
dent Ernesto Geisel was sworn
into office.
BUT BECAUSE Brazil's rapid-
ly expanding economy needs
large amounts of foreign capital,
depends heavily upon imported
oil and President Geisel worked
closely with the Arabs when he
was president of the state-owned
oil firm, Petrobras. the new gov-
ernment's Middle East policy may
be more responsive to Arab de-
mands.
Argentina's response was less
ambiguous. At a banquet held In
his honor, the Arab spokesman
spelled out the Arab position and
urged Argentina to play its pro-
per role "in defense of justice
and law."
The Argentine Foreign Minis-
ter. Alberto J. V'ignes. endorsed
Naffah's speech saying. "We
share the same principles." He
also asserted that a peace agree-
ment mut recognize "the legiti-
mate rights of the Palestinian
people" whom he described as
"the great victims of the entire
conflict."
This was reflected in the of-
ficial communique which also
endorsed l"N Resolution 242. op-
posed acquisition of territory by
force and implied that Israel
must withdraw from all occupied
territories.
NAFFAH'S ability to bring
Argentina and other Latin
American states closer to the
Arab positions was due in large
measure to his use of the threat
of oil and the promise of invest-
ment capital and trade.
He assured his hosts that "no
under developed country that
backs the just cause of the Arab
world will suffer from an energy
shortage."
He also held forth the prospect
of the Arab states directing some
of their vast amounts of capital
into Latin America, a region
from which local capital flees be-
cause of political instability and
high rates of inflation.
This hope was reflected in the
inaugural remarks- of the new
Brazilian president who spoke of
the "solid bonds of friendship"
which link Arabs and Brazil as
he cited the "voluminous and
growing capital resources of the
Arab world" as a possible source
of much of the S4 billion (U.S.
dollars) of investment capital
needed in 1974.
THE ARAB states, with a pop-
ulation of 130 million, are seen
as important new markets by the
Latin American Governments.
Last year, the Foreign Minister
of Brazil and Egypt met in Cairo
to sign a Brazilian-Egyptian trade
agreement.
On the same day that the Le-
banese Minister was feted in
Buenos Aires, the Argentine gov-
ernment dispatched a 40-man
delegation to Libya, led by Jose
Lopez Rega, the Minister of So
cial-Welfare and close, .confidant
of General Peron.
The delegation included the
Secretary of Press and Broadcast
ing, the Sub-Secretary of Forci-m
Commerce and officials of the
state-owned petroleum corpora-
tion.
In Tripoli, Lopez Rega assured
the Libyans that the revolution-
ary ideas of the Arab world and
those of Argentina were very
similar and used the occasion to
announce that Libya and Argen-
tina would exchange ambassadors.
The Libyan Prime Minister. Ab-
dul Sallaam Jallud. promised the
delegation that Argentina would
receive "priorities over other na-
tions" in it dealings with Libya.
TIIE LIBYAN mission was ac-
claimed a great success in Argen-
tine eovcrnment-sponsored news-
paper advertisements and posters.
Among the accomplishments
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A MAJOR casualty of the recent Middle East
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Nineteen African countriea broke relations
with Israel after the start of the war on Yom
Kippur. incladiBf sweh close friends as Ghana
Labena Nien. Kenya, hrory Coast and eren
Eiauopia whaae Emperor Haile Sehtssie Imr to
diplav his kinship with Israel because of his
claimed descent from the Biblical meeting be-
tween King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.
One long-time friend. Zaire, the former Bel-
pan Congo, ^ered its relations two days be-
fore the war started.
THE WAR probably accelerated a develop-
ment that started when Uganda cut its ties with
Israel in March. 1972. Since then 27 countries
south of the Sahara have broken relations leav-
ing Israel with diplomatic ties to only Botswana.
Lesotho. Malawi and Swaziland.
The African countries, many of them with
large Moslem populations, have long felt pressure
to dissolve their relations with Israel from the
Arab states in the United Nations, the Organiza-
tion for African Unity, the non-aligned confer-
ences and other organizations where both blocs
are members.
THE BREAK with Uganda, which shocked Is-
rael, came apparently after Uganda President Idi
Amin was offered financial aid by Libyan Presi-
dent Muammar Qaddafi. A similar reason was
given when Chad broke relations a few months
later.
Saudi Arabia also reportedly offered funds to
induce countries to drop their ties with Israel.
Israel had provided these countries with num-
erous technicians and other advisors and trained
thousands of their citizens. But the Jewish State
cannot match the funds of the oil-rich Arabs.
The latest round of breaks rr.ay have teen
decided upon at the non-aligned conference in
Algeria last August where some observers suspect
the Arab states also planned the Yom Kippur
attack on Israel.
A CLUE to this was Zaire President Joseph
D. Mobutu's remarks in the United Nations Gen-
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in 1955 and the New Delhi Asian Socialist Con-
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is that Israel's pol:y was started by Golda Sfeir
when she was Fore.gn Minister and is considered
her most creative act in that post.
MRS. MEIR traveled so extensively throat*
Africa that at one time she was the best-known
white woman in the Black countries.
The Israeli program began with the creation
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of the International Cooperation Division of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1968. The first
program of aid was to Ghana shortly after it be-
csnk'/fen independent country. .
By the end of 1971, Israel had sent 4,362 ex-
perts to more than 80 countries in Africa, Asia
and Latin America and the Mediterranean Basin.
During the.same M-jear period,. 15,474 person*
from these countries came to Israel for training
in: a wide number of fields.
"THE ISRAELI programs have involved both
government and non-government programs. The
Histadrut, at its famed African-Asian Institute,
trains hundreds annually. Private companies also
carry $ut projects in Africa.
" Most projects are carried out through bilateral
agreements between Israel and the country re-
questing aid. Some programs involve a third
country and/or the United Nations or some other
international agency.
Israel is also carrying out development proj-
ects',/or the Organization for Economic Coopera-
tion and Development and the Organization of
American States although she is not a member
of either group.
UNLIKE MOST nations giving aid, Israel re-
quires the recipient to share in the cost of the
project. Financial aid is sometimes provided by
a third countrythe U.S., Sweden, or the Nether-
lands in particularor by the UN.
However, the program still costs Israel about
SIP million a year, about one-third of the budget
of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Irael has looked on the program as a com-
bination of altruism and self-interest. There is
no question that to some extent it has followed
the Biblical injunction for Israel to be "a light
unto the nations." But at the same time. Israel
has tried to use the program as a means of break-
ing out of the political, economic and cultural
isolation in which the Arabs have tried to place
it.
L'NABLE TO have normal relations with its
closest neighbors, Israel has sought such rela-
tions with its next-nearest neighbors.
Israels programs have won wide acceptance
because as a small nation other developing coun-
tries do not see Israel as the same political and
economic threat as they view the developed coun-
tries. Secondly, Israel has a justified reputation
fur hiA technical know-how.
A third reason is that as a developing nation
itself Israel has coped with some of the same
problems now faced by other new nations and so
its experiences may be more applicable than those
of the industrially developed countries. FinaJJy,
the development of human resources is stressed
in all of Israel's projects as it has been in the
gwrth of Israel itself. r
ALL PROGRAMS are designed to enable a
country to have its own people administer and
man a project in the shortest possible time. Is-
raeli instructors work along with their students
rather than telling them or showing them what
to do. This not only creates a greater rapport
but helps both the students and the instructor
adapt Israeli methods to local conditions.
Israel has been criticized for giving military
aid and instruction to African countries. The
Foreign Ministry's reply is that they had no
choice since this is what the African country
wanted. Idi Amin was trained by Israel.
What the ministry has not admitted to but
has been reported by Western journalists is Is-
raeli aid and advisors to Chad, Zaire and Ethiopia
in combatting rebels and to the South- Sudanese
rebels against Sudan.
IF THE Middle East negotiations lead- to a
settlement, diplomatic relations will probably be
restored with most of the African countries. But
will Israel continue its aid programs? The pro-
grams always had public support in Israel but
this may have evaporated.
Yet the programs have won Israel many friends
in Africa, who probably maintain warm feelings
for Israel despite their country's rupture in re-
lations. Israel has certainly found no better way
to improve its image abroad, a way which has
alo been of extreme benefits to the recipients
of Israel's programs.
Morocco Jews Still Feel Six Day War
By M. R. BULL
London Chronicle Syndicate
^LTHOUGH KING Hassan of Morocco has
stated several times that his Jewish subjects,
now only numbering some 25,000, have the same
rights as his Moslem subjects, there has been a
certain amount of discrimination and bad feeling
against the former ever since the 1967 Six-Day
War.
The local French language Opposition daily
"L'Opinlon," has been partly to blame.
HOWEVER, even during the Yom Kippur
War, when news of the casualties suffered by the
Moroccan expeditionary force, serving with the
Syrian Army became public, there was surpris-
ingly little anti-Jewish feeling.
Morocco is still the Arab country with the
largest Jewish community. According to Jewish
sources, some 25,000 members of the community
were living there last year. This compares with
some 40.000 in 1971 and some 100,000 before Mo-
roccan independence in 1956.
The first Jews are thought to have settled
in this North African country before the Arab
invasions of the eighth century CE. Because of
persecction, they later withdrew into their own
quarters in the towns and cities which became
known as "mellahs" from the local word for salt.
THIS WAS because the wretched inhabitants
were forced to pickle the heads of rebels and
criminals before being stuck on spikes over city
gateways.
South of the High Atlas mountains there
was even a Ksar (mud walled village) entirely
inhabited by Jews.
After expulsion from Spain at the end of the
15th century, many Sephardi Jews settled in Mo-
rocco, chiefly in the north.
The Moroccans always found them very' use-
ful as financiers, money-lenders and traders.
Some Jews even held high office at the Sherifian
Court.
AFTER INDEPENDENCE, Jews and Eu-
ropeans began leaving Morocco in increasing
numbers. Today there are more Moslems than
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Among them are Israel's tech-
nical and agricultural assistance
programs, which have won many
friends, and great admiration for
Israels courage and resourceful-
Aid Lifschitz. a new Russian immigrant, is a production
z'.z-r.ez at a Jerusalem furniture factory emerged through Is-
rael 3cnd program.
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were t:>e importation of Li-
gas,
t -t h e : Irgenttoi d-
ml ex-
ka between the two
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- and the opening in Buenos
Aire* of the Arab-Libyan Argen-
t.r.e tank to place investment!
Argentina and other Latin Amer-
ican countries.
Latin America's large Arab pop-
ulation, mostly Lebanese Chris-
tian, is also being mobilized by
means of a recently created net-
work of umbrella organizations
ir. each country linked to the co-
ordinating organization in Sao
Paul? called FEARAB-America
(Federation of Arab Entities of
the Americas*.
The FEARAB structure is try-
ing to involve the continent's
three million Arabs in a 15-point
program that calls for Arab pur-
chase of mass media to influence
public opinion and the creation
of financial entities which will
advance the Arab cause. Strong
emphasis is also being given to
cultural exchange and tourism.
THE ARAB offensive is aimed
at Latin American Jewry, as well
as land. Efforts are being made
to force a rupture in business
relations between Arabs and
Jews.
An Uruguayan journalist. Car-
les Maria Guttierez. reported an
-zed meeting between a Libyan
, and the Uruguayan
Commander in-Chief during which
Libyan offered to provide
Uruguav with all the oil it need-
ed if the Jewish member of the
Cabinet resigned.
THE ARGENTINE Jewish com-
ranity was greatly distressed
jr Lopez Rega re-
turned from Tripoli and conven-
ed a special meeting for Arab
: err,at- and Argentine Arabs.
He told them, according to the
Buenos Aires daily. "La Prensa. '
-sion's work had been
helped 1 er
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g-r that the 1
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ber- are Jew.
IN r.SAZIL. a leadi-
journalist was dismissed because
:ab pressures, which haw
al-o re-m ited 'm more symoi
reporting of the Arab cause in
the government censored press.
The anti-Semite thrust of Arab
propaganda is evident in oublica-
tions of both right and it
The general line is that the
Arab states, as members of the
Third World, are allies of the
Latin American people in their
war azi.r.ft imperialism, that Is-
rael i; a tool of imperialism and
Z rust! thai -. Jews are dis-
the < ..r.tnes in which
live.
THE ARAB Hue was clear...
articulated in Baenos Aires dur-
2 Feb 27 broadcast of "Jour-
nalists' Roundtable" on a govern-
ment owned station.
Miguel Cosma, correspondent
for an Arab paper, linked "po-
liticai Zionism"' to monopolies
that have no national sentiment,
but merely seek wealth so as to
"maintain domination over all
humanit;.
A second panelist was Jacues
Scytoryk. who calls himself a
Jew of the "Mosaic religion" and
said he opposed the "anti-social
and anti-Christian Judaic reli-
gion.'*
He claimed that Zionist com-
mandos were poised to set up a
Jewish state in Argentina and
charged that Jewish capitalism
impoverished the country
ALTHOUGH the Arab offen-
sive poses a serious threat to Is-
rael's relations with Latin Amer-
ican nations, an Arab victory is
by no means certain. The po-
cal contest has been fought
for 3 quarter century and many
of the factors that have deter
mined Latin American govern-
ments' oro-lsrael or neutral policy
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American nations, seeking to free
themselves from United States
pressures, are unwilling to bo
to Arab pressure.
This sentiment was expressed
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How Jews are Faring in the Maoist Regime of Albania
By EDWARD MANTUS
London Chronicle Syndicate
AT THE Han i Hotit frontier,
all the books and magazines
I had with me were con-
fiscated, including the Jewish
Chronicle. This was my welcome
to the People's Republic of Al-
bania, stronghold of the Maoist
regime of Enver Hoxha since
\W< and staunch ally of Com-
munist China.
Although the posters proclaim
"Long Live Marxism-Leninism,"
no Russian is. welcome here. Nor
are the Americans, Yugoslavs or,
for that matter, Israelis. Indeed,
anti Israeli propaganda is a staple
of the Albanian broadcasting
service. Relations with the Arab
world are good and there had
just been a visit by an Egyptian
folk jjroup.
THERE ARE something like
300 Jews living in Albania, al
though Government officials
were only prepared to concede.
with reluctance, that their mi-
norities consisted of "some
gypsies and some Greeks." They
seemed put out when the ques-
tioned about "Cifut," the Al-
banian for Jews, and first claim-
ed that there were none.
[n my extensive travels through
the country in search of folk
music. I managed to make con-
tact with a number of Jews, the
survivors of a community first
recorded in the 12th century by
that interpid Jewish traveller,
Benjamin of Tudela.
Their most recent history has
its roots in the 16th century,
when many Jews from Spain set-
tled in the country at the in-
vitation by the Ottoman Turks
who ruled the Balkans for nearly
: 450 vears. until 1913.
THERE WERE sizeable Jewish
communities, consisting mostly of
traders, in anumber of centers,
with synagogues following the
Castilian, Catalonian, Portuguese
and Apulian styles.
At least half of the present
Jewish population lives in Tirana,
the capital, which has a popula-
tion of 200,000. The second larg
est group of Jews, about 60, lives
in Vlara, formerly Valona. This
naval port was a major center of
Jewish settlement In the 16th
and 17th centuries, with fine sy-
nagogues.
In 1685, during the Turkish
Venetian war, many members of
the Valona Jewish community
fled to Berat where Shabbetai
Zvi, the false messiah, had been
exiled by the Turks.
I WAS NOT able to visit Vlara
personally since, for some reason
or other, it is out of bounds. But
I did meet a very Jewishly-con-
scious family from the town.
Another Albanian town, Durres
(formerly Durazzo) had a Jewish
population of more than 1.000 in
the early 1800s but its subsequent
decline as a port induced many
to move to more prosperous Sa-
lonika and only a handful of
Jews remain there today. There
are a few families, too, in
Shkodra (formerly Scutari) and
others in Berat and Elbasan. with
a handful scattered elsewhere in
the country.
The Jewish community was
granted official recognition only
in 1937. Just before the outbreak
of the Second World War, King
Zog allowed political asylum to
15 Jews fleeing from Austria and
Germany before himself tak-
ing off into exile. His sister-in-
law, incidentally, was a convert-
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Michael Deutsch, of Senta, Yugo-
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Albanian JEWS were un-
harmed following the mid-1943
German invasion which ended
one year later. The German-
Italian agreement placed parts of
Yugoslavia under Albanian con-
trol and many Jews from Serbia
and Croatia fled to this annexed
territory where they were well-
treated by the local population
and with one major exception-,
the occupying Italian forces.
The Italians agreed to hand
over to the Germans those Jews
detained in Pristina prison, in
the annexed territory, and they
were transported to Belgrade and
put to death.
After Italy's surrender in 1943,
the Germans themselves took
control of the Yugoslav territory
annexed to Albania and by 1944. some 300 Jews had been
ij^nprisoned in Pristina where oth-
ers were sent to join them.'Four-
hundred were dispatched to Ber-
gen-Belsen and only 100 survived.
With the accession of Enver
Hoxha in 1946, Albania became
an almost hermetically sealed
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In Tangier, still rexy cosmopolitan though
no longer an international port, only about 1.000
Moroccan Jews remain of the some 30.000 who
formerly lived there.
Few Jews remain in the "mellah" where, in
the narrow, winding Rue des Synagogues, there
used to be many raises of worship. Today only
three synafofeues are left in the*treet. In all
eight have been closed. A total of nine synago-
gues are left in Tangier.
OF THE OTHERS, some have been incor-
porated in Arab houses and one is now part of
a small clothing factory. Only one kosher res-
taurant. Fl Dorade. remains. The owner, of the
other emigrated.
Of the three former Tangier rabbi- only
the elderly Chief Rabbi Yamin Cohen st I! con-
tinues in office. His status is that of a retired
Moroccan civil servant Occasionally 3 rabbi
comes from Tetuan. a distance of 36
give his services.
H ^r;ver, the Tangier community it J ha?
Its Casino Club all of whose members are
wallers held the
eral assembly. Today nearly all jew
Moslems. b\it the new committee of their ->
ciation includes two Jewish members.
And last summer a Jewish girl w;
the sea< n*s Beach Beauty Queen.'"
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-.any other aspects
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contribution to locai society.
JUS* SEVERAL weeks ago the
front pases of Bogota's dailies
carried a photo of three Colom-
bian chiefs-of-state President
Misae'. Pastrana Borrero. Presi-
dent-elect Alfonso Lopez Michel-
sen (who took office in August),
and ex-President Caries Ileras
Restrepc at the inauguration
of the Mer.orah Technical High
School, a building totally fi-
nanced and equipped through the
efforts of Colombia's B'nai B'rith
Women in one of the city's low-
er-class ne:ghborhoods.
President Pastrana called the
donation "an act of generous
solidarity" and referred to the
Jewish community as "a splendid
group" worthy of "even greater
admiration and affection."
The President also mentioned
the significance of education as
a means of "strengthening the
bonds among classes, among
races. 3mong the diverse sectors
that make up a society."
PASTRANA'S WORDS would
have turned an inquisitor's
stomach; and indeed, the Colom-
bian city of Cartagena de Indias
had been one of the principal
seats of the Spanish Inquisition
in America during the colonial
period.
History books speak of a crvp-
to-Jewish presence in the Vice
Royalty of New Granada, as the
area was then called.
Some further argue that the^
Colombian state of Antioquia
}:-:.v had a large proportion^
of crypto-Jews as evidenced not^
oaafi. bat also by the
posedly Judaic^ traits and
practices of the inhabitants
goid business sense, a penchant
hard work, lighting candles
It
I by Colom-
-tics of the
sent-day anucouenos.
ONE IS on firmer historical
.nd in M t the first
Jews to openly settle in Colomb.a-
were Caribbean Sephardics who
came from Jamaica. Curacao.
ana other islands at the turn ofi-
the 19th century when New*
Granada became independent of
Spanish rule and the anti-Jewish^
-ation was abolished.
One such immigrant was
George Henry Isaacs, a resident"
of Kingston who arrived on Co-
lombian soil in search of fortune
and married the daughter cf a
Spanish ship captain after con-
verting to Catholicism.
Their son. Jorge (1837-95). be
came a leading writer whose
romantic novel. "Maria." put
Colombia on the literary map of
the Spanish-speaking world.
Th< heroine. Maria inee Esther'.
The heroine. Maria ttotr was modeled on the au-
thor's orphaned cousin, also a
Jewish native of Jamaica. Her"
star crossed lover, supposedly
Isaacs himself, was significantly
named Efrairr..
WHILE ISAACS was penning
his love story. Curacoan Jews
were settling in the coastal towns
of Sant3 Marta. Rio Hacha. Car
tagena and Barranquilia.
Visitors to Barranquilia land at
the Cortissoz Airport, named af-
ter a Jew from Curacao. The
Bank of Barranquilia and the-
city's municipal water works
were also started by Jews.
In the old Sephardic cemetery
the tombstones with the name-r
Mendez. Cortissoz. Juliao. De.
Sola are mute witnesses to a^
community that helped Colom-
bia progress in its post-indepen-
dence years, but that in Jewigj,
terms has largely been ltet
through assimilation and :?<.
mairiage-
The founders of the m, .
Colombian Jewish yiahuv we're
also Sephard.m. but I
North Africa M
and came about the time of
Wor'id War I.
THEY WERE fallowed by their
Polish and Bessarabian b: g
who in 1929 founded the
Israehta de Bogota, the country's
first Jewish institution.
Hitler's persecutions brought
other Eastern European and
German Jews to Colombia.
Starting out a; itinerant sales-
men offering dry goods from
door to door, these Jewish immi-
grants.writes prominent Colom-
bian journalist Alberto Llcras in
an article entitled "A Humble
Jewish Revolution" didn't
know that they were making a
small economic revolution, but
they were."
According to Lleras. until the
advent of the Jews only the up-
per classer could afford the ex-
pensive imported items sold in
Colombia.
BY INTRODUCING the system
of buying on long-term credit
and founding local industries
"with their small machines." the
Jews allowed even lower class
Colombians to purchase goods
and taught them how to save
their pennies in order to pay the
"Pole" as the Jew was known
when he came to collect.
With skill and dedication the
immigrants worked their way up
to ownership and management of
textile and footwear plants.
Their children went on to col-
lege and are today professionals
lawyers, doctors, engineers.
They are likely to live in one:
of Colombia's four major cities:
Bogota, with half the Jewish pop-
ulation. Cali. with 3.000 Jews,
and Barranquilia and Medellin
with about 1,000 each.
Every one of these communi-
ties has a Jewish day school, at
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least one synagogue and often
more, and with the eception
of Medellin a Jewish country
club.
BOGOTA IS also the seat of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel House
which provides accommodations
for students away from home
along with the usual Hillel acti-
vities.
Its director, Rabbi Gunther
Friedlander, was trained in Ger-
many and lived in Chile for
many years. There are five other
rabbis serving the various Co-
lombo-Jewish institutions, all
educated abroad, either in Eu-
rot, North Africa or Turkey and
Argentina.
An interesting example of Ju-
S
cws in
tL JHaoist 9
eqtime o
d
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ania
Continued from Page HE
territory and the Jews remaining
there were lost to sight. In 1952,
.;;, Israeli Government made
visas available for any Jew who
wanted one. This involved more
than 50 families but the visas
never taken up. In 1953
there were reports that Jews
._: to escape to Italy and
e had been shot and their
pi i ierty confiscated.
the late 1950s. Jewish
service! were held in pri-
imes in both Tirana and
But the Maoist regime bc-
>asingly hostile to all
,- 5 of religious expressions. In-
-. nice readied its peak in
when all religious practice
irganized or private was
len and made a punishable
v Even the possession of
or prayer books was made
a crime.
SINCE THEN, there have
no Jewish educational fa-
- communal organizations
or rabbis, and it is doubtful
ven a handful of Jews
are brave enough to worship in
the secrecy of their homes. Jews,
however, can still be found,
among them a leading Tirana
doctor and some of the lecturers
at Tirana University, most of
them in the language faculty.
I did manage to meet several
Jews, all of them Sephardim.
They were very cautious in their
conversation and reluctant to say
much. Despite the totally hostile
anti-Israel propaganda to which
they have been subjected, they
spoke of a desire to "visit" the
Jewish State. I had the impres-
sion they meant much more than
this and that, if given the op-
portunity, most of them would
leave for Israel.
The chances of this happening
as a voluntary act on the part of
the Albanians is remote. They
frequently attack the Soviet Gov-
ernment for allowing Jews to
leave Russia and an Albanian
official spoke to me in biting
terms about the Kremlin's "per-
missiveness."
WHEN I REMINDED him that
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China had allowed all her Jews
who wished to do so to leave the
country, and because of this all
had now left, he was virtually
speechless with surprise. Indeed,
an approach to Albania through
China to allow the Jewish com-
munity to emigrate is probably
the only way tins could be
achieved.
While no Jews hold important
political positions and few are
members of the Communist
Party, there is no active discrim-
ination against or persecution of
Jews, apart from the religious
prohibitions under which all be-
lievers suffer. There is. however,
a high rate of assimilation and if
something is not done soon to
rescue them from the oblivion in-
to which Albania's isolationist
policy has thrown them.they will
quickly disappear altogether.
daeo-Christian dialogue in the re
iigious sphere took place several
years ago in Bogota, when, on
the eve of Pope Paul VI's visit to
Colombia, representatives of La-
tin America's Jewish communi-
ties met with high church pre-
lates, among them Raul Cardinal
Silva Hendriquez. Primate of
Chile.
SINCE THEN, Bogota's Jewish
community has also been host to
the continent's first conference
on Soviet Jewry which brought
together many distinguished His-
panic intellectuals.
Perhaps a good example of
the attitude of coffee producing
and loving Colombia to the Jews
and Israel is the fact that one
of the few Latin Americans on
Mayor Teddy Kollek's interna-
tional commission for Jerusalem
is Dr. Belisario Betacur. a prom-
inent Colombian writer and ex-
candidate for the presidency.
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There is the steep bluff,' writes the poet, empty, forgotten
mminillll1imiHlliKW""iini''T::r".li:;
At
Babi Yar,
It Became
Clear
Indeed no memorial stands
at Babi Yar, as the Soviet
poet, Yevgeni Yevtushen-
ko, declares in his immortal
poem that galvanized the
wor!d to an understanding
of me depths to which So-
viet Union an!
has plummeted. Ar the start
of the Hebrew New Year,
ation of Russian Jew-
ry to Israel and other free
lands is one cf the
critical issues of the tl
an issue that has galvan-
ized American c: I
Russ'^n Jews themselves
in their determination to
leave and, of course, intel-
lectual circles. See-.
BUCKING the System
Page 2
THEY SHOT the Je.vs
Page 6
A SENATOR Fights
Page 13

"rjewlsih Florldian
Friday, September 13, 1974 Section F
But AH Anti Semites Hate Me... As if I Were a Jew'
By YEVGENIYBVTUSHENKO
Ar Babi Yar no memo':al stands.
There is the s'eep bluff, like a crude gravestone.
I am afraid.
I am as old today
As the Jewish people itself.
I imagine myself now
a Jew.
Here I am, wandering "hrough ancient Egypt.
And now, crucified on the cross, I die.
And to this day I bear the marks of the nail*.
I imagine that I am
Dreyfus,
Philistines prosecuting and judging me.
I am behind prison ban.
Trapped,
Harried to exhaustion,
spat upon,
traduced.
And fine ladies with flounces of Brussels lace.
Shrieking, poke their parasols in my face.
I imagine
I am a boy in Bialystok.
My blood gushes out, streaming over the floor*.
The leading lights of the saloon,
Reeking of Vodka and onions,
Are on the rampage.
Sent sprawling with a boot, helpless,
I entreat the pogromist thugs in vain.
To roars of laughter
"Beat the Kikes, Save Russia!"
A flour-dealer beats my mother mercilessly.
Oh, my Russian people!
I know
that you
Are at heart internationalist.
But often those with unclean hands
Have loudly taken in vain
Vour most pure name.
I know the goodness of my land.
How vile
that, without a quiver of remorse, the anti-Semites
Style themselves bombastically
"The Union of the Russian Peoplel"
I imagine
that I am Anne Frank,
Transparent
as a twig in April.
And I am full of love.
I don't want talk.
What I want
is for us to look info each other's hearts.
How little we can see
or smell!
Not the leaves,
not the iky.
But much we can do
We can tenderly
Embrace in a dark room.
Someone's coming?
Don't be afraid-that's the rumbling
Of spring itself
it's spring that you hear coming here.
Come to me.
Give me your lips.
They're forcing the door?
Nothat's the ice breaking up .
Wild grasses rustle over Babi Yar.
The trees look stern,
like judges.
Everything here screams silently
and. baring my head,
I feel myself
slowly turning gray.
And I myself,
am like a continuous soundless scream
Over the thousands of thousands buried here.
I-
am every old man
who was shot here.
I-
am every child
who was shot here.
No part of me
will ever forget any of this!
let the "Internationale" ring out
When the last anti-Semite on earth
Has been buried forever.
There is no Jewish blood in mine.
But all anti-Semites hate me bitterly, venomously
As if I were a Jew.
And that is why
I am a true Russianl


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will soon be my turn. Of what
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the charge will be formulated
and what statute will come to
the minds of my accusers. I only
know that my conscience is
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I shall be put on trial only be-
cause I am a Jewess and, as a
Jewess, cannot imagine life for
myself without Israel. I am 23
rears old My entire conscious
existence has been tied with the
Jewish State, and it is not my
fault that up to the present I
had no possibility of making use
of my indubitable right to go
to my homeland, to Israel.
I. WHO was bom w. faraway
Lama caL Israel my homeland.
because that country is the true
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imi \I-KXA\DROVICH is a
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RUTH AUXANMOVICH
|j brae! cannot be a crime
W crime is committed by the
be who forcibly keeps them in
harness ami does not give them
an opportunity to go to their
Homeland.
But throughout their long his-
tory, the Jews have survived
Ir.any persecutors and despots,
nany states and empires, many
rjeat and small pharaohs. All of
Item, all of those who boasted
fcf their preatness. have disap-
*ared without a trace, but the
bewish people are alive. They, an
ancient and a great people, will
never give up Israel, because for
them such a thing is equal to giv-
ing up their own life.
I DON'T know what my fate
will be. I don't know how many
years of life, how much health
and strength will the prison or
the camp take away from me.
to all who will not remain
enl t i this letter of mine,
I promise that never will anyone
I al le to take away my c
s. ience and my heart, I -
neve:- betray my friends those
v. today are in Israel, and
e who are (till here.
I shall never betray my much-
suffering people. I shall never be-
tray my most cherished dream
to live, to work and to die in Is-
rael.
Following Ruth's arrest, her
mother, fiance and seven friends
sent out this plea:
APPEAL TO THE
JEWISH PEOPLE
THE PERSECUTION of Jew.
who wish to leave the Soviet
Union for Israel has become
manifested in yet another scan-
dalous act: in Riga they have ar-
rested the 23-year-old Ruth Alex-
androvich. On the morning of
Oct. 7, three agents of the KGB
*Jewisti fkriafiotr
came for her and said that they
needed her for an interrogation.
But as soon as Ruth left the
house with one of them, the
other two showed the mother a
search i>ermit and told her that
her daughter had been arrested.
Ruth left the house without
mc that she would not re-
turn to it on that day.
She was received and thus not
given an opportunity to say
r mother and to her
1 she was sup-
11 se. to get married a week
later on ami by a
wedding in the Riga synagogue.
The KG! ru knew this
very well and, evidently, have
taken everything into considera-
tion. A few days before she was
arrested, Ruth and her fiance
sent a symbolic invitation to
their wedding to the collective of
the Israeli kibbutz "Kinneret,"
in which they expressed their
hope of celebrating their next
wedding anniversary in that kib-
butz, after having the honor of
becoming equal members in it.
ALL OF L'S who have signed
this letter are relatives or close
friends of Ruth Alexandrovich.
With pain and bitterness did we
learn of her arrest and we con-
sider it necessary to express our
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attitude to this event that has
shocked us.
Ruth Alexandrovich .and ..her
family have more than, qnce ap-
plied to the Soviet authorities
asking to be given a chance to
go to Israel, but received inces-
sant refusals. Her signature
stands under numerous petitions
written by Jews, demanding that
they be given the right of a full
national existence and of free
emigration to Israel.
We know Ruth Alexandrovich
as a courageous, kind and unsel-
fish person. Her profession of a
medical worker, one of the most
humane professions in the world,
fully corresponded to her inner
being. She is always burning
with the desire to help others,
she is full of love of life and
sympathy for everything that
lives.
BIT I.IKK a child loves his
mother best in the whole world,
so does she love better than any-
thing her much-suffering people
and its eternal and sole Home-
land, the State of Israel. Many
of her close and distant relatives
live there.
She had more than once seen
her best friends off to Israel, but
every day new friends appeared
at her side, just as every day
new friends of Israel appear in
Russia.
Her hospitable home was al-
wavs full of people. Sometimes
there tame to hjjr people from
.,iher^o\f.ns, people who were al-
most strangers to her, but each
of them found in Ruth Alexand-
rovich's house on Suvorova
Street. Number 16, lodging for
the night, refuge and human
warmth.
In that house the Jewish
language was frequently heard,
in that house we celebrated our
Jewish holidays, we listened to
and sang Jewish songs, we
danced Jewish dances, we learn-
ed to speak and spoke the Jewish
language. "What did you talk
about?" we can hear some-
one's threatening question. We
have no intention of concealing
that we talked mainly about Is-
rael.
WE TALKED about Jewish
history, about the great suffer-
ing and sacrifices that fell to the
lot of our people, about the great
- ritual firmness, thanks to
which it had been able to revive
its State that had been erased
frorn the face of the earth after
19 centuries of wanderings and
tribulations in alien lands.
We talked about the govern-
ment of modern Israel, abiut its
economy, its culture, its vva- n(
life and its morale. Many qJ j
tions evoked stormy argument
among us the questions- of ft,
mutual relation betvveen the to
tional and the generally'h^'l
in the Jewish spiritual life the'
question about the moral 'rij*t
Of a Jew to assimilation; ft,
mystery 6t the roots'of antuj
mltism and the ancient 'pririi.i'%
of the Jewish religion sir'-ft.
excited and excites our minds'
INCIDENTALLY, vue .talked I
not only about Israel We spoke
with bitterness abor the fact
that in the Soviet I'nk.n. where
almost three million Jews )j I
there is not a single Jevvi$J
school and not a single Je.vilJ
professional theater. T\y wer, I
sad because there has ne\wl
come out a single book on the I
history of the Jewish People a I
the Soviet Union.
We deplored the fact that the I
main mass of Jews who wish toI
leave the Soviet Union for Israel
meet with endless obstacle! and'
refusals on their way.
Ruth Alexandrovich is not go.1
ing to deny that she had takenl
a most fervent part \r. the*e riis-l
cussions. At present she has been!
arrested and is charged wit|J
"anti-Soviet agitation and proJ
paganda" according to the 65tk|
statute of the penal code of
Latvian SSR, which provides i
to seven years of deprivation ill
freedom.. But. on such a ground
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Mr. aad Mrs. A1m Besenthal
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An Astonishing Freud Einstein Exchange
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wishes all
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and Gail
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Jim, Jadi and Richard
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of Temple Adath Yoshurun
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By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
AIOKK THAN ever before,
mankind is concerned about
the spreading danger of war.
Isaiah's vision (Chapter XI) of
the wolf dwelling withe the lamb,
of the calf and the young lion
being together, of the cow and
bear feeding alike, and a little
child leading them, is more re-
mote in this nuclear age.
When the atomic bomb was
still unknown, before Hitler
gained power, the world's great-
est minds were worried about
the developing menace of war.
Albert Einstein posed the
question, "Is there any way of
delivering mankind from the
menace of war?". as early as
1932. He pleaded for an answer
and he addressed his consterna-
tion to none other than Sigmund
Freud. The world's leading
physicist posed his question to
the world's outstanding interpre-
ter of the human mind.
THAT WHICH troubled these
two geniuses 34 years ago re-
mains the leading challenge in
our day.
Prof. Einstein was not con-
corned with nations alone. He
was worried about the "intelli-
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gentsia," more about the intel-
lectual than about the uncul-
tured masses. He asked Prof.
Freud: "Is it possible to control
man's mental evolution so as to
make him proof against the psy-
choses of hate and destructive-
ness?"
The letter from Prof. Einstein
was dated July 30, 1932, and was
sent from Caputh near Potsdam.
The reply from Prof. Freud nec-
essitated a delay of several
weeks.
Dated September, 1932. Prof.
Freud's answer, written from
Vienna, indicated that the emi-
nent analyst was taken "by sur-
prise" by the query over the re-
lations between Might and Right,
and the eminent psychiatrist
made it clear that: "I was dumb-
founded by the thought of my (of
our, I almost wrote) incompet-
ence."
But Freud was quick to note:
"Then I realized that you did
not raise the question in your
capacity Of scientist of physics,
but as a lover of his fellow men."
And Freud reminded himself
that "I was not being called on
to formulate practical proposals,
but, rather, to explain how this
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question of preventing' Wars
strike a psychologist
WHILE POSING a j.estion.
Albert Einstein offered a s0|^
tion: "the setting up. by inter-
national consent, of a legislative
and judicial body to settle every
conflict arising between nj.
tions ."
As if intuition told him that
even a United Nations which
was organized 13 years after he
had formulated his questions to
Sigmund Freud, might fail __
and the resignation of rj Thant
Finstein added to his query
to Freud: "I come up against a
difficulty; a tribunal is a human
institution which, in propartlqg
as the power at its disposal is
inadequate to enforce its ver-
dicts, is all the more prom to
suffer these to be deflected by
extrajudicial pressure."
That is why KinstPin in pos-
ing his questions, commented:
"Man has within him 1
hatred and destruction. In nor-
mal times his passion exists in
a latent state, it en inly
in unusual circumstai
is a comparatively eas task to
call it into play an I it to
the power of a collet I
sis
THAT IS why he |
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Friday. September 13, 1974
+Jewish tk>ridiian
Page 3-1
ters. His clothes and mustache are well-groomed;
he is a chain-smoker and very fond of alcohol.
Compared with the hard, gray Arafat, Habash is
a charming person.
His family doctor, an old Arab now living
in Jerusalem, told me that even in his youth
Habash devoted himself to politics and took part
in demonstrations against the British Mandatory
Government of Palestine.
HIS MOTHER asked the doctor to beg her
son to stop that 'foolishness," for which he hail
already Pa'd with several months in prison.
When the doctor lectured him, young George
replied: "You like smoking. Others like to drink.
Itn HI"-' tnat to- But *or me> Plitics is above
everything else."
Habash is a mediocre underground leader,
despite being professional and experienced. On
the speaker's rostrum, facing an audience of
thousands of refugees, he is unequaled. He car-
ries the crowds right with him.
I M IKK ARAFAT, who graduated from an
Egyptian Army reservist officers' course in 1956,
Habash has never had any military training.
He has never taken any part in working out
operational plans.
He was blessed with a talent for coining
attractive slogans and for constructing elaborate
ideological doctrines, which have gradually
moved him from the right extremity of the
political spectrum to its neo-Marxist edges.
He believes in organization within the
framework of a political party, in contradistinc-
tion to Arafat who supports a "people's army."
ALL HIS life Habash has preached the unity
of the Arab peoples from the Atlantic Ocean
to the Persian Gulf. Arafat, on the other hand,
hoisted the banner of separatist Palestinian na-
tionalism.
Habash was born in Lydda in 1925. It was
then a tiny Arab township in the center of
Palestine, commanding the routes to and from
Jerusalem.
His father was a grain dealer who trudged
the villages in the vicinity until he moved to
Jeiusalem a few years after George's birth, to
the Musrara quarter where Jews and Arabs lived
in close proximity.
The problem of Jewish immigration worried
Habash from childhood. He knew the Jews
intimately and well, from street fights as well as
from the good relations which grew up between
various families of the two peoples.
WHILE STILL a high school pupil, George
took part in demonstrations and was arrested
several times, until he went off to study medicine
in Beirut.
In 1948, near the end of the Israeli War of
Independence, he returned to Lydda. He left
Lydda in the stream of refugees who fled at the
approach of the troops led by an unknown bat-
talion commander, Moshe Dayan, who rode an
ancient armored car which was named, for some
reason, "The Terrible Tiger."
While Habash was fleeing from the town of
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i.B.U l*af""
rALBS VKF toid of his of crying
_ar Israel Defense
M Karasneh om March 11, 1968* in
: dnretr =--. mere killed, he sat
a a rock for a loaf IB
uflaged posi-
oki of the Jordan,
I chained :o their ma-

- 5 ft. 2 in in I f~: 176
ep> to a diet, he has not
. tendency to
\plain the
bis aggres-
-
HE H\I' the butt oi D Kaia^h-
il .\ould not
. ...-:- Dg about.
Those who
^nl move-
looking into
one is forced

-- past :'- It Arafat
has lean >. he
a-ty
ners.
TO TH15 day, ail '"->' in
bstaj nuitrf tecaaiciaii of the underground,
not a tribune.
He is far more successful in a tete-a-t
than in a newspaper conference, in publlc ?
usa.s ovcr*;mp.:f:ed demagogical phrases bir
unconvincing. "
Without any charm, and of a frightening
pearance. theie is an inconsistency bettlfeea T
verbal fireworks and his uflsavorj loots. "
In the matter of rhetoric Arafat could
much from his rival. Dr. Gt-oige Habash
ARAFAT WAS born in 15,28 Accordm, h
him it was in a house in Jerusalem be] m
to his mother's family, which stood adj
the Wailing Wall 'The house a :shedin
\969. when a large space was cleared in order
to permit mass p-ayers.)
According to other versii \; was bom
in Cairo. whole story of his
Jerusalem was Invested to embelHsfl his biopj.
phy. He was the second of four children of
Abed a! Rahman Arafat al-Kado. a pr-
land-owner who had a great deal of prepay
throughout the scuth of 1
It was his alder brother. Jama rt
couraged his love of politic.-, and Va-
lowed him from Cairo to Palestine to take pot
in the 1948 war.
IN ANY case, there is no doubt that Anal
got his schooling la Cairo and to tin- da]
lian expressions creep into hi
Habash i# three years ol lei than Arafil -.:
his political experience is greatei bj tei
or more.
Belonging to the Greek Orthodox c
nity. he is a Christian who rejected
from childhood. He is a genial man, aateraa
in behavior.
His family life is happy: he has two caugh.
andrew geller
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Page 25-B
,m thinking by no means only o'^
ip so-called uncultured masses.-
rlerienoe proves that it is
Z- the so-called 'intelligent-
S,- that is most apt to yield to
these rflsastroui suggestions."
1 Sigmumi Freud's replyjusti-
I fiine the several week's delay in
Spring Einstein's urgent
Uiestions- was more than three
times th- length of Einstein s
, ,ter it was not an optimistic
conclusion. It asserted that
there is no likelihood of our be-
Ing able to suppress humanity's
aggressive tendencies."
He was unable to accept the
contention that "in some happy
co. nets ot the earth, where
nature brings forth abundantly
whatever man desires, there
flourish races whose lives go
gently by. unknowing of aggres-
sion or constraint." He expressed
I a" desire for more details "about
the-* happy tolk" and added:
T^.e Bolsheviks, too, aspire
iway with human aggres-
. ensuring the satis-
. material needs and en-
\'. equality between man
To me this hope seems
|, nwhile they perfect
t and their
. tsiders is not the
tors of cohesion
es ." And
I, tten in 1932!
TAKING INTO account the
I ressed thought
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Singer
and Family
lives and fritndt
.ins Y{ew Tee
Mrs. Flora H. Sinick
. ires and friendi
Pi perous Hew Tear
Mr, and Mrs. Murray Skup
and family, David, Jean and Mark
relatives and friends
Htfp) j-..i Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Sam Slavin
and Children
With ttieit relatives and friends
|A Happy jnd Pros.irrous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Matthew M. Step in
end Family
their relatives and friends
Hdpp) and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Jenny Seldew
Sninei her relatives and friends
h Htppy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sole
and Debi
t fish their relatives and friends
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Mrs. Judith Solomon and
Mrs. Fanny Gibson
ma :ac.T relatiues and friends
md Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Euqeni I. Ssnehsro,
and Family
'' relatives and friends
riippv and Prosperous New Tear
* I Mrs. iMfcM Sorkin
and Family
i"sh their relatives and friends
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* er.d Mrs. Levl Seskok
(luli their relatives and friends
and Prosperous New Tear
*' and Mrs. Janus Specter
and family
laid, the,- relatives and friends
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*V. ana' Mrs. Israel Sparser
and Family
Bah **" Tela*v** and friends
[* Htpp-, dnj pr0sptroul j^ew Tmt
* an Mrs. Martin Spike
nd Family
** their relatives and friends
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*> end Mrs. Jacob Stefm
and family
*o AeiT relatives and friends
"Wj and Prosperous Hew Tear
*r. *d Mrs. Fred Stain
and Famfry
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I PP> and Prosperous Hew Tear
September, 1932the realism of
the eminent psychiatrist becomes
obvious. And his pessimism was
embodied in this additional com-
ment in his letter to Einstein:
The ideal conditions would
obviously be found in a com-
munity where every man subor-
dinated his instinctive life to the
dictates of reason. Nothing less
than this could bring about so
the rough and so durable a union
between men, even if this in-
volved the severance cf mutual
ties of sentiment. But surely
such a hope is utterly Utopian,
as things are."
ft'RKUD CONCURRED with
E.nstein: "There is but one sure
way of ending war and that is
the establishment, by common
consent, of a central control
which shall have the last word
in every conflict of interest .
(But) obviously such notions as
these can only be significant
when they are the expression of
a deeply rooted sense of unity,
shared by all."
Here we have a sense of pes-
simism. Freud wrote to Einstein
as a concluding comment, ac-
companied by the assertion,
"should this expose prove a dis-
appointment to you my linceru
regrets:
"The cultural development of
mankind isome, I know, prefer
to call it civilization) nas been
in progress since immemorial
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Jack Stein
and family
tr; h their relatives jnd friends
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Mr. ana Mrs. jueph R. Stein
and Family
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Rhoda, Cathy and Robert Stain
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. _,id Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
and Family
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Mrs. Sady. 0. Steinberg
u'ishes her relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. lean StainfaM
and Family
wisl. their relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and family
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Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Stem
and faaeihr
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and children, Ellen and Leslie Am
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and Family
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and family
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and children Vickie and Leslie
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and Family
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antiquity. To this process we owe
all that is best in our composi-
tion, but also much that makes
for human suffering. Its origins
and causes are obscure, its issue
is uncertain, but some
perceive ... On the psychologi-
cal side two of the most import-
ant phenomena of culture are,
firstly, a strengthening of the in-
tellect, which tends to master
our distinctive life, and, second-
ly, an introversion of the aggres-
sive impulse, with all its conse-
quent benetits and perils.
Now war runs most emphati-
cally counter to the psychic dis-
position imposed on us by the
growth of culture; we are there-
fore bound to resent war, to find
it utterly intolerable. With
pacifists like us it is not merely
an intellectual and affective re-
pulsion but a constitutional in-
tolerance, an idiosyncrasy in its
most drastic form.
"HOW LONG have we to wait
before the rest of the men turn
pacifist? Impossible to say, and
yet i>erhars our hope that these
two factors man's cultural
disposition and a we'l- founded
dread of the form that future
wars will take may serve to
pi:t an end to war in the near fu-
ture, is not chimerical. But by
what ways or by-ways this will
come about, we cannot guess ..."
Continued on Page :w-b
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and daughters Bryna,
Anne and Marcia
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Mr. and Mrs. tVJward Swerdlin
*-;d fam'iy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
ana r-amily
wish their relatives end friends
A Happy and Prospertus Htw Tear
Loo, Randi, Susie and Sandy Swerdlin
U'ish their re!f:ives and fn'trtds
A Happy and Trosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Swirsky
and Family
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A HaPpv and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taigman
and family
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A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Talisman
and family
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A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Margaret Taub
and Family
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Mir. end Mrs. Mo* Temckia
itisejfjl'ffMHv
arftfl their relatives and friends
A Happy and, Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Manny Temkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. end Mrs. Somool Tendler
and Family
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Dr. and Mrs. Ed Toschor, Doniso,
Howard and Marc
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and Family
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and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tobias
and Family
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ranan raiu mrt
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Morris and Stella Teaol
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and family
With :heir relatives and friends
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u.. and Mrs. Jules Trop
and Family
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u-
leah Udell
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and Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Viedrah
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. Jose Lis Vltkinas
100 Lincoln Road
wishes his friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Voeel
and sens Steven,
Howard and Ken
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and Family
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and Family
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Mrs. Nathan Waller
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Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller
and daughter Roberta Hope
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
of the Palmer House
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and Family
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and family
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and Family
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and Family
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and Family %
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Weinberger and children
Marc, Barret and Cindy 1
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and Family
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Dr. ana Mrs. I. Newton Woinkle
and daughter Romelle
wis i their relatives and friends
A Ht cpy and Prosperous Hew Tear
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Mr and Mrs. Jerome Weinklo
and Family
ui n their relative! and friends
A h ippv and Fiosperous Hew Tear
Mr. nd Mrs. Milton Weinstein
ar.d Sons Stuart and Michael
w./i their reljtivei and friends
A Hpp> jnd Prosperoui New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblart
jnd Family
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss
ar.d family
wish their rela ie Is
A Happ and Prosperoui New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Family
wish their friends and relative*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weissman
and Children Mark Weissman,
Ossie and Alan Weissman, ',
Paula and rau! Herman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M, Wosal
and family ]
wish their relatives and friends
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Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Westen .
and family
wish thiir relatives and friends
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Dr. and Mrs. William Wlckman
and sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiesner
ond family j
wish their relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilson
and Sons
Michael, Steven, Bruce and Allen
wish their relatives and friends
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and family j
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and childron, Sharon and Keith
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Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. Woolf
and Family |
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Mrs. Miriam Wolfman, Ernest, lilli
and Children Claire, Max and Neil;
Stanley and Marilyn and
Childron David and Nancy
wish their relatives and friends
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and Family
wish their ic.atives and friends
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