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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Uewisli Floridlan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 48 Number 36
Miami, Florida Friday, September 5, 1975
Nine Sections
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Friday, Septern
Israel-Egypt Accord Initialed
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) All the territorial issues of
the interim agreement between Israel and Egypt have been
sectled and negotiators initialed it early this week.
This was reported as Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer left again for Egypt after a six-hour marathon ses-
sion with Israel's negotiating team.
ISRAELI sources said much
ol the time had b?en spent
liKticulously comparing Israeli
and Egyptian drafts of the for-
mal, public agreement between
the two countries.
Outstanding differences were
few and minor, according to
till B6 sources. The negotiators
are now reportedly concentrat-
ing on drafting the political
CMinitmonts in the public and
"s-jcret" sections of the agree-
ment.
The agreement on the terri-
torial aspects was reached with
cue last Israeli concession
in the number of American-
moncd surveillance stations.
Sou ices here revealed that
there would be two Anuiican-
mannjd statijns, instead of the
four-to-six that Israel had orig-
inally proposed.
There will, however, be sev-
eral unmanned American "sen-
sors" information-'.; tthering
devices in addition to the two
manned stations.
Later, an Israeli source said
there would be three stations.
There will also be an American
supervisory presence at Umm
Hasheiba. the Israeli-manned
.surveillance station, and at the
parallel Egyptian-manned sur-
veillance station, all in the
United Nations buffer sane.
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EGYPT'S .MAJOR concession
during the Kissinger shuttle
has been at Umm Hasheiba
where President Anwar Sadat
acceded to Israel's demand lor
continued Israeli manning ol
the Key siu*eillnce site north-
west of the Giui Pass. This, lor
Israel, had been a sine qua IHM1
ui me aecord.
The third key territorial is-
sue, that of Egypt s line oi ad-
vene-. w..s resolved in a com-
promise which was based on a
major bgyptian concession and
a more modest Israeli one.
Egypt will not advance east-
ward beyond the present buf-
fer, but it will advance some
two kilometers southward at
the southernmost tip of the
present buffer.
THIS MEANS that the top ol
the coastal corridor, which Is-
rael is ceuing to Egyptian civil-
ian adminisi.ation. will be in-
corporated in the Egyptian
"limited forces zone" instead of
in the area of civilian adminis-
tration.
the difference in practice is
that Egypt will be able to keep
troops in this area. It contains
a road leading from the main
auez City-Abu Kodeis road to
the seacoast. and Egypt was
apparently keen to have this
road under its military control.
Israeli sources characterized
this minor Egyptian advance in
the south as "an Israeli ges-
cure." The sources stressed that
there would be no Egyptian ad-
vance beyond the buffer ea*t
ward, towards the Sinai heart-
land and the Negev.
THEY POIMED out thai
Egypt had originally demanded
significant slices of land be-
>uiia tne easteiii eJge of the.
present butler but Israel had
firmly and consistently reject-
ed this.
With the lines now agreed
upon, the negotiators hav e turn-
ed to painstaking review of the
arims public and "secret"
parts of the agreement.
Tney concentrated on the
formal, public Israel Egypt j
agreement. Differences in draft- j
ing that have so far suifaced:
over this were termed "minor i
an.l manageable" by Israeli
sources.
But legal and political ex-
perts went over the clauses
with a fine toothcomb. The re-
sults of their deliberations were
discussed with Kissinger and
his aides. They include the "se-
cret" U.S.-Israel agreement in-
Continued on Page 3-A
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Page 3-A.
Accord Initialed
mainly military arrangements the U.S. Congress has approved that the signing might not tak3
on the ground. the American presence in the place at Geneva after all, bur
Final signing will, at Israel's passes. at a more modest venue in the
insistence, be held only once Top Israeli sources hinted Mideast area.


Concern, Relief Voiced 7-A
Kissinger Rebukes Allon 10-A
Basic Agreements Listed 10-A
Third World Plea 1S-A
Continued from Page 2-A
sofar a > *il contains unpublish-
ed Egj.'tian commitnents to Is-
rael tn.ough the U.S.
ThE> INCLUDE the pledge
to ren \v the United Nations
Lmeig ncy Force mandate for
at least three more years and
the undertakings to moderate
econo ric and diplomatic action
against Israel. The "secret" part
of th. pact will state clearly
that t e accord "stands on its
own." ;
Thii is intended as a clear
indicate n that there is no link-
age b ween the Sinai pact and
the fui e. interim negotiation
with v ia.
IS.. Li SOURCES said that
Israel n.l the U.S. had satis-
facto.i< concluded the issue of
U.S. l antees for Israel's oil
*
Soviet
Engineer
Sentenced
NEW YORK (JTA)
Lev Ruitburd, a 39-year-old
Jewish engineer and "refus-
nik' ft< m Odessa, was sen-
tenc id i;ere to two years im-
pris mment on charges of
"resisting arrest."
T .is ~vas confirmed here
by National Conference
on Yw y ;;nd the Stu-
den g for Soviet
Jev
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ecut t of NYCSJ, call-
ed .tunce which was
han vrf aft.: a two-day
trial t i estj of justice,"
and it s an "out-
rag H idded that
the itenee "is a
cla i<: e-.a'mj the Soviet
Uni t foi the
prii
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Od. lie .on his way
to : oators in
Mo; H* n seeding
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fic le chest after refus-
ing ait to a search a
chi .rying between one
an .irs' imprisonment.
oenied th charg- r.
had been manhan-
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;.:t even with
supplies and U.S. compensation
to Israel for Abo Rodeis and
help- in bihldirrg'a' massive sub-
terranean oil reservoir holding
one year's supply.
There js also a separate spe-
cial accord signed by Israel,
Egypt and the U.S. providing
for the U.S. presence in the
Gidi and Mitla Passes.
All parties were interested in
a speedy conclusion. Kissinger
had to return Sunday to ad-
dress the United Nations Spe-
cial Assembly in New York
Monday but he gave up that
commitment as the initialing
seemed to drag past the week-
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officers and officials will meet
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+Jewistincridk*n
Friday, Septembe
r 5, 1975
Rosh Hashona And
Middle East Peace
wiJJINANI" chants the cantor on Rosh
Hashona, when he informs the Di-
vine that he is praying for the entire con-
gregation and when, in effect, he suggests
that all sins are his sins, all transgressions
his transgressions, and that all punish-
i ments will be his to be borne alone.
This is one of the tenderest moments
in the entire High Holy Day liturgy. It is
central to the core of Jewish thought
throughout the ages: All of Israel is one;
each of us bears responsibility for the
other.
We are reminded of the "Hineni"
prayer less because of the holiday this
weekend than because of the international
diplomacy that has preoccupied us ever
since the Yom Kippur War of 1973.
QN THE occasion of Rosh Hashona 5736
it is fitting that we raise our voices in
prayer of thanksgiving. Almost precisely
two years ago, Egypt and Syria launched
an invasion of Israel. It was the Day of
Atonement, and what followed can only be
characterized as Israel's finest hourand
her most tragic, as well.
Now, two years later, Israel and Egypt
seem to have come to at least .an interim
accord in the Sinai, and the man who car-
ried the day was Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger.
No one can doubt that, without Dr. Kis-
singer, even this small step toward pos-
sible peace in the Middle East would not
have been taken.
JJR. KISSINGER has been assiduous in
his pursuit of this goal. There was,
certainiy, no one else to take up his bur-
den without exacting a far more terrible
price from Israel than Israel has thus far
had to pay.
Still, the achievement, for all the fact
that it seems on the surface to be a re-
markable one, will have to be judged by
the passage of time.
pOR IT does seem that there are more
secret amendments to the agreement
than public ones. In fact, it is hard to
know to what extent it rests on the de-
mand already being made of Israel that
she enter into instant negotiations, if not
sooner, with Syria over the Golan Heights.
And, of course, the question of Amer-
ican technicians at listening posts in the
Sinai, which both Israel and Egypt agreed
upon, is one Dr. Kissinger could assure
neither side that Congress will approve.
This last consideration, it seems to
us, is the pivotal one, at least for the mo-
ment.
A ND SO now, in the wake of our terrible
experiences in Korea and Vietnam, the
nightmares of secret agreements involving
Laos and Cambodia that brought us to
bomb the latter without our knowledge
and to abandon the former because we
were unwilling to remain committed to a
foreign policy forged by the Executive
unilaterally and without our consent, the
Administration is suddenly taking- an
open-handed view.
President Ford has already gone on
record that it will be up to the Congress
to decide whether or not U.S. technicians
will be stationed in the Sinai desert.
THIS IS, of course, a marvelous political
ploy, which puts a Democratically-
controlled Congress on the griddle. If Con-
gress says yes, then it reinforces the pre-
sumably great "peace achievement' 'of a
Republican administration, but it also
presses the Congress to share in the re-
sponsibility of any difficulties that may
arise in the near future.
No one will again be able to say that
America was secretly committed to a pol-
icy it had nothing to do with forging.
The number of U.S. technicians in-
' volved is a small one, some 200. But out
of a similar commitment, no larger in
number, of U.S. technicians in Southeast
Asia begun by the Eisenhower and Ken-
nedy administrations, grew our involve-
ment in the Vietnam war. Given the past,
is there a likelihood that Congress will
say no to the future?
Aware of this double-edged sword,
should Congress say no, then the adminis-
tration will be able to use that denial
politically, too, blaming a growing dete-

rioration of conditions in the Middle East
on Democratic "do-nothingism."
DETERIORATION will mean, of course,
anything from a renewed Israel-Arab
to an ever-spiraling Soviet presence in
to an ever spiralling Soviet presence in
the Mediterranean.
This is why we said at the beginning
that "Hineni," the perfect symbol of the
spirit of Rosh Hashona, is also a perfect
symbol for the new Israel-Arab accord.
The administration has spoken for
the "congregation" the American peo-
ple. Now the American people, represent-
ed by the Congress, muse speak for them-
' selves.
QN THESE Days of Awe, that is a most
awesome decision that the -nation is
being called upon to make.
The political opportunism of the 1976
election campaign seems too crass an ex-
planation for so earth-shaking a dilemma.
We prefer to affirm our salute to Dr. Kis-
singer, tempered by the understanding
that our praise must be conditional on
all, those considerations, frankly political
and otherwise, that we have here raised.
At least, the tone of Rosh Hashona
5736 is happier than the tone of the
Holy Days 5734 anu the Yom Kippur War.
For the first time in a long time, we have
the opportunity to stand back from our
obsessh e concerns in the Middle East and
to observe about Jews living elsewhere in
the world that the New Year brings ihem
a bushel of problems not entirely related
to Israel and her destiny.
JTOR JEWS in America, the responsi-
bility to Israel of course continues un-
abated. But perhaps the peace-breather, if
indeed it is a breath of peace that has
been wrested from the Israel-Arab agony,
will give us the opportunity to focus on
our own destiny apart from Israel's. Dare
we say there is such a thing?
We think we do so dare. In the com-
ing Bicentennial year, the 200th anniver-
sary of American independence, there will
be cause for us to join the rest of the na-
tion in renewing our commitment to free-
dom and democracy two human condi-
tions that have suffered most grievously
during the past few years at the hands of
political greed and economic opportunism
Jewish Floridian
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Pofttaare I'aUi at .Miami. Fla.
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Member of t.ie Jtwish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature SynC
.ate. Worldwide \k. Service, National Editorial Association, American *
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Volume 48
Friday, Septeml er 5, 1975
.Number 36
29 ELUL 573.

7n consort with men whose, respect for
lerifan way of life is low on the
it' their expedient "values.
J>ERHAP$ WE shall have the opportunity
to examine in a'rooFe detailed way
yyhat is happening to Jewish culture, Jew-
ish heritage, Jewish education, Jewish
identification in today's restless world
In tms regard, it is to be hoped '
we will be able to examine the growth in
intermarriage, the status of our Jewish
educational institutions and the support
we give them, the condition of the Amer-
ican Jewish student on the college cam-
puses of the nation.
In the end, these are not external
considerations to Israel or to our concern,
for example, for the status of Soviet Jewry
They are all one and the same.
Only a strengthened American Jewish
community can deal with these issues. A
Jewish community that flags in its own
institutional existence here, in the renew-
al of its own identification to Judaism
must inevitably become a weakened Jew-
ish community.
THEN TO what avail our concern for
Soviet Jewry or Syrian Jewry or the
survival of Israel herself?
May Rosh Hashona 5736 indeed breed
the spirit of "Hineni." May we, like the
cantor, recognize our mutual responsibil-
ities. May we be able to deal with them
in peace.
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Friday, September 5, 1975
vJenlsbfhrkMur?
Page 5-A
CRIME PREVENTION AGAIN
Herzog in Warning
Against Decision *
To Reinvite PLO
"This process is not going to "all sorts of organizations" "This will bring the ultimate
stop with the PLO," Herzog would ask to follow the PLO disintegration of the United
warned, predicting that soon precedent. Nations," Herzog said.
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
"The Palestine Liberation
Organization (PLO) has as
much to do with "Habitat" as it
lias to do with crime preven-
tion," Israeli Ambassador to the
United Nations, Chaim Herzog.
siiid here in response to Can-
ada's announcement that she
will host the conference on hu-
man settlement ("Habitat") in
Vancouver next summer, a de-
cision which means that a PLO
delegation will at end the par-
ley.
Canada decided last month to
postpone the conference nn
crime prevention in Toronto
tr st'-ong protects against
the participation o a PLO del-
egation.
CANADA'S REQUEST to put
off the conf :rence was reject-
p-h hv t1"- irv. teii it has been
shifted to Geneva.
In an interview here. Herzop
contended that the admission
of the PLO to international con-
ferences with which it has noth-
ing to do, is a "logical continua-
tion" of a process which began
with the UN General Assembly
last year.
. ...
. ..

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*Jtnit Meridian
Friday, September s, i97s
Eban Angered by Knesset Attaeks on Him
DETROIT Former Israeli
Foreign Minister Abba Eban, in
a delayed statement, expressed
resentment over recent attacks
upon him in the-.Knesset, and
branded the accusations as
rumors.
In a statement to Philip Slo-
movitz, editor of The Detroit
Jewish News, Eban referred to
the attacks upon him as "Mc-
Carthyist virulence." He stated
in refuting the accusations, that
the Israel Embassy in Washing-
ton requested that he entertain
top-level American officials dur-
ing a recent U.S. visit.
Eban was criticized for his
expenses, and the Israel govern-
ment forcen him to repay them.
Archaelogist On Tour
JERUSALEM Prof. Yigael
Yadin, Israels foremost archae-
olocist, "ill 'oul .! tour of Israel
on behalf oi the Foundation for *
Archaeoloo.ic-1 Investigation, a
non-profit organization devoted
to the furtherance of archae-
ological research and training. !
The tour, the third in three1
years to be 1 .1 by Prof. Yadin.
departs Nei York Dec. 22 on.
El Al Airlines and returns
Thursday. Jan. 1. Highlights of
the trip incl sonal brief
ings and tours of the archae-
ological sit 's.
Dr. Yadin, professor of ar-
chaeology at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jen ialem, is the au-
thor of the be >k, "Masada."
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a id 3-D. N-
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America and Canada, an electric
tw In-branched candelabra has
now been made available for use
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Pope to Receive Shofar
ROMEPope Paul VI will be
presented with a Shofar as a
gift from Israel by a group of
students of Seton Hall Univer-
sity and clergymen from various
parts of the country during
their audience with him at the
Vatican at the conclusion of
their three-week study tour of
Israel and Rome as part of the
Holy Year.
The presentation of the Sho-
far will take place as Jews the
world over are preparing to ob-
serve Rosh Hashana. the Jew-
ish New Year 5736. during
which the sounding of the Sho-
far as a clarion call for redemp-
tion is the central point of the
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Butz to Testify
WASHINGTON U.S. Sen.
Richard Stone (D.. Fla.) wrote
Sen. Herman Talmadge, chair-
man of the Senate Agriculture
Committee, before the recess ,o
request that the committee re-
convene oversight hearings into
the sale of U.S. feed grains to
the Soviet Union. He urged that
Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz
be called back to testify again.
Shortlv afterward. Sen. Tal-
madge informed Stone nersnn-
allv that hearings will be held,
and that Secretary Butz was to
testify on Thursday.
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Concern and Relief Voiced Over 'Peace

JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
_ Concern and relief re-
garding Middle East devel-
opments are traveling on
paraHOl lines here."The con-
urn is over the difficulties
;hat may ensue as a result
. f the reportedly many un-
pubLicizcd understandings
:.cd to the second-stage Is-
-ucli-Egyptian accord in the
final;
The relief is felt at the.
.rowing certainty that the!
M.ili bloc may not press for
Israel's ouster or suspension
;n>m the United Nations
J.encral Assembly in New
York this month in view of
idEspread reaction against
UNOFFICIAL obs.rvi.rs gym-
athctic tn Secretary of State
rlenrj Kissinger's effort to tie
.;p ;i second Israeli withdrawal
agreement feel that the ambi-
guities of the accord he shaped
i likely to bring storms when
it is to be carried out.
One termed the forthcoming
vement "a quick fix" that
will, like the agreement on
\ letnam, bring disagreements
that ultimately will cause disas-
ter rather than progress to-
wards a full settlement.
Noting that "coming home
;'i ;tn agreement, however
poor and false, seems to be a
political requirement for some
years now." another observer
loted, "We have to face up to
:nc painful fact that deceivers
succeed because there are too
many who are willing to b'J de-
ceived."
ACCORDINGLY, influential
bservers here arc urging a
continued drive by Kissinger to
bring about a second Israeli
vithdrawal in the Golan
:hts to appease Syria and
then push for a full settlement
in the area, including a state
with the Palestine Liberation
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Some think tha* Kissinger al-
ready has Israeli acquiescence
for something for Syria.
It is thought that in the cur-
rent state of Israel's utter de-
pendence on the United States
for financial, military and dip-
lomatic support, it cannot deny
Kissinger and President
Ford their views, particular-
ly with the Presidential elec-
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If Ford achieves the image
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the presidency would be im-
mensely improved.
AS PROGRESS towards the
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of the Arab-led campaign with
Communist and Third World
support to drive Israel out of
the UN has faded.
Many countries that had been
backing the Arabs, primarily be-
cause of their oil and potential
investments abroad, are now
wine that they will not vote
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of an Israeli-Egyptian agree-
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reach a Sinai agreement and
avoid embarrassment in New
York when the UN General
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President Ford
Greets Jewry
On Rosh Hashona
Friday, September 5. J
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washington
Mrs. Ford and I send warmest greetings to our
fellow Americans of the Jewish faith as you observe
the High Holy Days.
This year adds a special dimension to the mean-
ing of your observance. These solemn days are marked
by a traditional exhortation to prayer and self-exami-
nation. They mirror in a unique way the general mood
in our country as we approach the celebration of our
National Bicentennial.
f ON THE eve of the 200th year of our independence
as a nation, we are joined as Americans in a spirit of
reflection, renewal and reaffirmation. This same spirit
has united the Jewish people for centuries in the ob-
servance of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur.
Each of you can take deep pride in the profound
and positive influence of the Judaic heritage on our
national life. The principles that guide you in your reli-
gious worship have also inspired countless and endur-
ing contributions of the Jewish people to humanity and
3 social justice.
YOUR VALUES are a great component of our quest
for the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of
God. The inspired leadership and special sensitivity of
t Judaism in areas of humanitarian concern fill many bril-
liant chapters of America's history.
Mrs. Ford and I extend our sincere best wishes for
the Jewish New Year. May it witness world progress
toward fulfillment of the prophet's vision of peace and
prosperity for all mankind.
Gerald R. Ford
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for the New Year
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+ ktstfhridi Page 9-A
anada's-Hadassah in Unique Fund-Raiser
MONTREAL (JTA) The
tar-eat Goldsweep" is the name
Lf a unique fund-raising ven-
ture to be launched by the Ha-
tiaj-sah-WIZO Organization of
Tanada from coast-to-coast this
The objective will be to col-
ct unused, discarded metallic
khiectt for conversion into
much-needed cash- for Israel.
Hadassah WIZO women in
every community, 16,000
strong, will collect discarded
items of gold, gold plate or
filbd. sterling silver, or silver
plated, brass or items contain-
ing any kina of valuable metal
capable of heing recycled.
THE RESULTING concen-
trate will be sold at current
market prices for reuse by in-
dustries requiring precious me-
tals.
In announcing the "Great
Goldsweep," Mrs. B. M. Bloom-
field, national president, urged
every Jewish household to par-
ticipate in this collection as a
means of providing extra dol-
lars to relieve the economic
hardship suffered by many
families in Israel.
"This is literally a golden op-
portunity to help needy moth-
ers and children in Israel,"
3 Mrs. Blqomfield ^aid.
Mrs. A. A. Keenberg of Win-
nipeg has been appointed na-
tional chairman of the "Great
Goldsweep."
HER AIM is to implement
the project in every comrr. i-
nity across Canada. Detailed
plans for collection, sorting and
refining procedures have beci*
worked out over the past e'uc
months.
The campaign is being |W -
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Friday, Septembe: r
FOR REVEALING SOME STIPULATIONS
Kissinger's Rebuke of Allon
Was Part of Shuttle Tension

TEL AVIV (JTA) Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer, emerging from a confer-
ence room with Foreign Minis-
ter Yigal Allon. publicly rebuk-
ed Allon for spelling out details
of the negotiations on a second
interim Sinai accord.
Kissinger spoke only in gen-
eralities to the crowd of news-
men who had waited for the
iatest round of U.S.-Israelis
talks to end. Kissinger was
careful to avoid details on new
demarcation lines, buffer zone
adjustments and related points.
BUT ALLON responded in
detail to questions as to the ex-
tent of the Egyptian advance
into the United Nations Emer-
gency Force-held buffer zone
and Israeli-held territory on the
t astern side of the buffer zone.
Allon said Egyptian forces
would move into the present
buffer zone and to some extent
southwards along the Suez Gulf.
Kissinger, clearly annoyed, in-
terrupted Allon and said, "I
don't feel I can share your
\ lews now."
Allon quickly agreed that no
details of the proposed terri-
torial changes should be dis-
closed before signing of the new
accord. He sought to correct
himself, but Kissinger again
broke in to say that discussions
on such matters must be kept
secret.
Allon perforce told the news-
men. "We shal- have an oppor-
tunity to discuss this problem
in detail at a later stage."
A STILL irritated Kissinger,
asked as he arrived at his hotel
about the proposed Sinai lines,
replied, "1 would not like to
prevent others from speaking
on every conceivable subject
before the night is over" and
went to his room.
The second accord was de-
scribed here by Defense Minis-
ter Shimon Peres as the best of
all the other alternatives. Peres
spoke to members of the Prime
Minister's United Jewish Ap-
peal Mission, headed by Frank
Lautenberg. UJA general chair-
man, at a meeting in Jerusalem.
Peres. Allon and Premier
Yit/hak Kabln comprised Is-
rael's designated negotiating
team for the accord.
Peres saiu that agreement on
a new accord still leaves Israel
with some severe problems, in-
cluding terrorist activities and
increased tension on Israel's
eastern and northern frontiers.
HE SAID he preferred the
proposed new interim agree-
ment to any alternative, includ-
ing a general agreement put-
ting Israel back to its pre-Six-
Day War borders.
Peres also said that the cur-
rent negotiations were "at their
peak," adding: "We overcame
many difficulties in these talks
and there is hope that within
the next few days we will
achieve its conclusion, which
will also deepen the friendly
relations between the United
States and Israel.''
Basic Conditions In
Interim Accord Listed
CHICAGO President Ford Sunday night insisted %
Congress must take its share of responsibility in deciding
whether there will be U.S. technicians stationed in -he Sinai
desert buffer zone to oversee the new Israel-Egypt accord |
Ford declared there must be "no misunder tandjm
that the Congress understand what-the- apreemen- is, JJL
they would have to vote yes or no on it.
"The Congress," said the President, would uavMj
opportunity and a responsibility to either approve or dis-!
approve this as a part of an overall settlement."
At a glance, the 26-paragraph document covering jJ
latest accord includes provisions that:
Israel is allowed to maintain the Umm Kasheiba euftj
warning station, with the provision that Egypt will -u pro.
vided with a similar station south of the Gidl install .tion;
Israeli cargo will be allowed to g< through -'ie Sues|
Canal;
Israel will join Egypt in repudiating the use A forceI
or threats of force in their dealings with one ano* .r;
Egypt will assist in the search for and :.urn of
bodies of Israeli troops lost in the 1973
Egypt will refrain from basing missile site cast of1
the Suez Canal;
Egypt will be p-;;mitted to Increase the n_nber of |
troops stationed east of Suez from 7,000 u J-,000;
Egypt will be allowed a tank forct of "5 *ead o( |
35 east of Suez;
Egypt will refrain from setting up naval b xkada]
against Israel in the Red Sea.



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Friday, September 5, 1975
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JEWISH FEMINISTS IN WARNING
'Mexico City' Set by Soviets?
9 .
NEW YORK (JTA) A group of Jewish feminists
warned Hwe thut'ti1 Soviet sponsored confe'reh6e"6f sbbial-
ist feminists" scheduled for East Berlin in October may be
used as a forum for anti-Jewish, anti-Israel and anti-Zion-
ist activities ^s was the recent United Nations-sponsored
International Women's Conference in Mexico City.
1 v New '.'01 '!< Chapter of the
Jew sh Feminist Organization, a
national group which defines
as u -in the rights of
i WO everywhere, de-
I at i press conference
; it will -vivc "as a watch-
for the Jewish commu-
to : to forestall the
ulaUyn of feminists ev-
,n here awns" in the
i Israel.
GRO P began circul.it-
at noundng the
Mexico" for at-
tig Zii ll and Israel and
nth coioniali.Mii,
ialism .: apartheid.
In attacking the Mexico dec-
laration, the JFO petition said:
"We find this document offen-
sive in its particulars" because
it subverted the purpose of the
conference "subordinating
women's concerns to the po-
litical machinations and inter-
n.cinj struggles of the United
Nations."
The petition also declared
"that an international women's
conference should have been
asked t. endorse a view equat-
ing the two is not only an out-
ragaotia distortion af history,
bit further evidence that the
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LIMA (JTA) The conference of non-aligned na-
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Liberation Organization (PLO).
Meanwhile, the Arab states did not circulate their e:
pected petition to seek the ouster of Israel from the United
Nations but instead urged the conference to support efforts
to force Israel to give up territory occupied since the Six-
Day War of 1967.
THE ARABS are also proposing the creation of a stand-
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of decisions against Israel adopted by the 1973 Algiers rion-
alignment conference, last year's Arab summit in Rabat and
the March meeting of foreign ministers of the non-aligned
countries in Havana.
Diplomatic observers said that the creation of the ci n
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proposal to seek Israel's ouster from the UN despite
tact that the Arab resolution carried the won.! <
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Friday, September 5
MRS. MATIKIN RtELECUD PRESIDENT
Hadassah Lists Major Resolutions
ian Jews as normal. This pub-
lic-relations device, however,
cannot mask the never-cea$ir.*
attempts to dehumanize Sfnan
Jews, who are ghettotzed. re-
stricted in movement
access to most ionns' 0
ployment, continually hara^'l
and prohibited from enrWl
ing."
SAN FRANCISCOHadassah.
the Women's Zionist Organiza-
von- of Ameriear wiwJ -over
$23 million this year. Rose E.
) latzkin, national president of
ihe largest women's voluntary
organization in the U.S. an-
nounced at the closing session
of the four-day, 61st annual na-
tional convention meeting at the
San Francisco Hilton Hotel.
Frieda S. Lewis, national
treasurer, explained that even
though the 340,000 members,
responsible for fund-raising.
achieved a remarkable f>at in
Kght of the recession, inflation
here and in Israel is forcing
Hadassah to achieve higher col-
lections for 1975-76.
IN ADDITION, Hadassah is
reopening its Hadassah Univer-
sity Hospital, Mount Scopus, in
October, which will increase its
Hadassah Medical Organization
budget by about one-third.
Mrs. Matzkin (Mrs. Max N.),
of Waterbury, Conn, was re-

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elected president for her fourth
one-year term.
Ofttw^*' mrttwnor """^jti icers re-
elected were vice presidents,
Beatrice Feldman (Mrs. James),
New York; Bess Katz (Mrs
Saul). White Plains, N.Y.; Sonia
Raizes (Mrs. Harold), Houston,
Tex.; Sunny Rubin (Mrs. Wil-
liam), Chicago; Aleen Schacht
(Mrs. Lawrence), South Orange,
N.J.
Also reelected were Frieda
Lewis (Mrs. Edward H), Great
Neck, N.Y., treasurer; and Rosa-
lie Schechter (Mrs. Emanuel),
of Harrison, N.Y., recording sec-
retary.
THE DELEGATES passed res-
olutions and statements of con-
cern on domestic and foreign
affairs.
Bernice Salpetcr Tannen-
baum. New York City, present-
ed the following statements pre-
pared by the Zionist Affairs
Committee:
On U.S.-Israel relations:
"Reassessment must not be
used as a lever to pressure Is-
rael, but, on the contrary,
should be geared to promoting
an Arab-Israeli peace and in-
clude: 1) the establishment of
secure, recognized and defen-
sible borders; 2) open frontiers,
trade, and communications; 3)
the building of normal rela-
tions and the end to boycott
threats and hostile propaganda;
and 4) face-to-face negotiations,!
as outlined in United Nations
Resolution 242';
Cn Arab Boycott: "Calls
Upon our Government: 1) to)
eliminate all discriminatory
practices within government
agencies and departments deal-
ing with Arab states; 2) to leg-;
islate against discriminate 7
practices and secondary boy-
cott. This should be backed by
both civil and criminal penal-
ties; and 3) to suspend assist-
ance and military sales to any
country participating in black-
listing operations "
On the United Nations:
"Hadassah views with dismay
the deteriorating situation with-,
in the United Nations and its
specialized agencies. Resolu-
tions adopted by these agencies
indicate a negation of the prin-!
ciples of the charter of the
United Nations and the politi-
ci/.aturn of their activities and!
procedures. These include the
resolutions passed by UNESCO,'
denying Israel entrance into its
European regional grouping,
levying sanctions against Is- >
rael, and suspending Israel from
UNESCO aid. The World Health
Organization's false condemna-
tion of Israel's medical treat-
ment of Arabs in the West Bank
and Gaza; the International La-
bor Organization's action grant-
ing the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization permanent "observ-
er" status and non-voting par-
ticipatory rights; and the ironic
move on the part of the Inter-
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that the delegates used the oc-
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the goals of the Conference.
The offensive and false equa-
tion of Zionism with forms of
oppresion as contained in the
text of the Declaration of Mex-
ico does great disservice to the
legitimate aspirations of wom-
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politicize the conference helped
to negate the purpose for
which they assembled. We are1
pleased that the United States
delegation, guided by the Con-
ference's original goals, voted
against this declaration."
On Syrian Jews: "Despite
unsubstantiated statements to
the contrary, the position of
Syrian Jewry has not improved.
The Syrian government has
launched a concerted media
campaign in the United States
to portray the situation of Syr-
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ivilian Control Over US. Military Firm
By MAX LERNER
Angeles Times Syndicate
jewed from the United
es, with its strong tradition
ivilian control of the mili-
power, there is an air of
Liiliiv about the stories from
nad about military coups
regimes. It is as if they
happening on another
net.
rhc trouble with military re-
|es is not only that they are
lessivc but that they are so
[n stupid. While the generals
colonels have the guns to
fern with, they don't usually
te the political brains to use
Li well. This is being proved
pn in Portugal, as it was
k-ed in the recent military
In in Bangladesh.
[kT THE fact is that histori-
niay see this as the age of
(tar) takeovers. In the next
fter-century, by the year
three out of four gov-
nents may be either run by
;,ls or directly Je-
iti.ni on them. The hard fact
I is ihat this is an age of
tarisms, big and little.
started in Europe. In the
decade we have seen it
lading through Latin Amer-
Urica. The two vivid
current cases are Bangla-
and Portugal.
HE BANGLADESH coup
ps to have been brutally
fied out by less than a score
|rmy majors, who machine-
ned President Mujibur Rah-
some of his associates and
families, in a dawn raid
kheir homes.
owever, they could achieve
bgitimacy nor gather a cab-
las a successor government,
they turned over power to
tw president. Mostaque Ah-
and a civilian cabinet.
}re the earlier government
oriented toward India and
|Soviet Union, the new one
be oriented toward West
stan. China and the West,
here ivas a time when left-
revolutionaries feared
lary regimes.
Jarx was severe about both
arism and Bonapartism,
he saw as the enemies
tie rule of the proletariat.
L'T IN both Russia and
|ia the generals hold a veto
er over the commissars,
| today almost every part of
left-wing ideological spec-
as well as the right-
iruni tries to use
lary officers as the first and
liai approach to the cap-
of power.
Ence the Portuguese story,
[ as. important as it is .
liise if is i testing ground
pvhether a right-wing re-
can be overthrown with-
Igoing all the way to com-
psm to replace it.
ne Creeks managed it. The
We of the colonels had so
civilian support in the
Ithat it couldn't muster the
pi to handle the war with
J over Cyprus.
IK COLONELS were over-
[*vn, and the people turned
lie traditional democratic
psition to replace them. In
hour of humiliation, na-
list pride could focus on
fmoctatic leader.
the midst of the current
over the possible com-
mon of the death penalties
nee leaders of the army
ne. it is worth remember-
Ihat what saved Greece was
fabric of the party system.
Mionalism is always part of
Stock and trade of military
toes. So is the passion for
r. and the promise to clean
f?,rru.ption and track down
Iflack marketeers. Heyond
f commitments everything
inds on whether the offi-
1 are righi left or centrist.
In the late 1940s and in the
1950s, in the. United States,
there was a flurry of anxiety
about the military:
One general George Mar-
shall became secretary of
state, another Douglas Mo-
Arthur challenged civilian
decisions in the Korean war
and a third Dwight Eisen-
hower became President.
THE DEMOCRATIC tradition
surmounted the crisis. Even
with the trauma of the pro-
LERNEB
IN COUNTRIES where there
is little sense of hope remain-
ing, and where political cre-
ativeness in the civilian sector
is stymied, the army becomes a
school for politics. It may also
become a school for revolution,
as in Portugal, where the po-1
litical struggle takes place in-
side the officer corps and turns j
on the question of what kind of
revolution it will be, and who
will cam1 it out.
---------
m*
traded, frustrating guerrilla
war in Vietnam, which had
earlier shaken up the morale oi
the French officer corps, the
American military rode it out.
Unless a major disaster hap-
pens to America, from within o.
without, the chance of some
Caesarism supplanting the tra
dition of civilian control r
highly unlikely. f
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9-Jenist ncridian
Friday, September 5
U75
Bicentennial E\ ent: U.S. Navy's
First Jewish Rear Admiral
1IIST0RIANS AREN'T accus-
tomed to making history,
but that's what happened re-
cently to Rabbi Bertram W.
Korn.
A world-renowned Jewish his-
torian. Rabbi Korn was recently
promoted to Rear Admiral in
the Naval Reserve the first
Jewish chaplain in the history
of the Nation's armed forces to
achieve flag rank.
AS A civilian. Rabbi Korn is
Senior Rabbi at the Reform
Congregation Keneseth Israel.
Elkins Park, Pa.in the Navy
he is Senior Chaplain for more
than 600 Naval reserve chap-
lains.
Rabbi Korn is the author of
12 books on American Jewish
history and a prominent mem-
ber of the Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB). Nonetheless, he
feels as deep a sense of obli-
gation to his military duties as
I to his civilian work.
"MY REASONS for maintain-
ing ties with the Navy are two-
fold," Rabbi Korn said recent-
ly. "First, in a time of crisis,
such as a battle situation. I can
be of service to people of all
faiths who really need my help,
and, secondly. I guess I'm just
plain patriotic."
The Rabbi's selection for ad-
miral was a surprise. "I honest-
ly did not expect it," Rabbi
Korn said.
"My congregation knew of the
selection before I did. I left a
board meeting to take a phone
call from Washington and re-
turned to shouts of 'Mazeltov
Admiral' and champagne."
A NAVY chaplain in World
War II, Rabbi Korn served at
Navy and Marine Corps bases
in California before assignment
to the China Theater with the
1st and 6th Marine Division.
For six months in 1946, he
was the only Jewish chaplain in
North China. He was constantly
on the move in the war-torn
country ". living out of knap-
sack, and sleeping where I could
find cover,*' Rabbi Korn said.
"I traveled regularly between
Peiping, Tiensin and Tsingtao
giving religious guidance."
AS A chaplain in China, Rab-
bi Korn helped not only Jews,
but Catholics and Protestants,
as well.
"One of the most gratifying
aspects of being a military chap-
lain is the opportunity to gain
first hand knowledge of other
faiths," the Rabbi said.
"I have close companionship
with Catholic priests and Prot-
estant ministers and have learn-
ed the pride and problems of
their faiths. It's a learning ev
perience that's hard to come by
tionist Rabbinical College in
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vjenist fhrkUan
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Third World in Plea to UNations
Vices in the Sin.-ii dese J-- But he added that ;" can not
clared that the use of techru- say they will be ininn ne 1
cians is ":ui acceptable ris clanger."
UNITED NATION'SThe UN
Jeneral Assembly opened its
deliberations here Tuesday with
demand by the Third World
underdeveloped nations that the
Industrialized countries support
them in their intentions to deal
Cvith the poverty and disadvan-
tage currently afflicting them.
Daniel Movnihan new U.S.
Ambassador to the United Na-
ns responding for Dr. Henry
vis-mjjti. who intended to ad-
dress the Assembly but was still
in the Middle East, by declaring
thai the U.S. is prepared to do
its nart.
BUT HE also warned the
Third World nations that they
must give up their uncontrolled
use of the United Nations, as
exemplified bv their role last
year, to politicize the world
peace organization.
He also declared that the new
pctrobillionairc Arab nations
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Defense Secretary James
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+JeistflcrMtor
Friday, September $, w,.
YomTeruah.
The Day of the Sounding of the Horn.
The sound of the Shophar (Ram's Horn) rings
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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 1st 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 weio
the New Year by reassessing the values one.
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Miami
Florida Friday, September 5, 1975
Section B
Marked Contrast in Rosh Hashona
Observance Here and in Israel
At Sunset Friday, the vast
majoritv of the more than six-
million American Jews will be-
gin traditional religious observ-
ances marking the arrival of the
year 5736 of the Jewish calen-
dar.
Rosh Hashonah (Jewish New
year) together with Yom Kip-
pur (Day of Atonement), which
begins at sundown Sunday,
Sept 15, are the two most sol-
emn holy days of the Jewish
year, and even generally non-
observant Jews return to the
synagogue for a period of pray-
er and fasting.
Except for those cities with
overwhelmingly large Jewish
communities such as New York.
Los Angeles and Miami, life in
America on Rosh Hashonah and
Dinitz To Speak
At Convention
Opener Oct. 19
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz,
Israel's envoy to the United
States, will speak in Miami
Beach Oct. 19 at the opening
session of the national Golden
Jubilee Convention of Pioneer
Women.
Acceptance by Ambassador
Dinitzwfo has nlayed a key
role in the sensitive negotiation
which led to the resump-
tion of Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy
was announced by Mrs. Harriet
Green. national convention
chairman and president of the
Pioneer Women Council of
South Florida.
Ambassador Dinitz will join
U.S. Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen
(D.-Tex.) on the opening night's
program of the four-day con-
clave, Oct. 19-22, at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
The two men, who have work-
ed together closely in mobilizing
Congressional support for Is- ;
rael, will keynote the celebra-
tion of the 50th anniversary of
the founding of Pioneer Women.
the Women's Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Convention headquarters have
been opened in suite 600 of the
Lincoln Road Building, Mi-
ami Beach, with Mrs. Felice
Schwartz and Mrs. Gisella Gut-
ter as convention cochairmen.
JWV Auxiliary 723 Ladies
Conduct Games, Visit Vets
. ^he Ladies Auxiliary of Har-
ry H. Cohen Post No. 723, Jew-
wish War Veterans, conducts
games for the elderly residents
f Miami Beach Hebrew Home,
or the Aged, 320 Collins Ave..
every Sunday afternoon, accord
">* to Lillian Kevoe, chairman
ach Thursday a hosnital com-
mittee under the chaiimanship
01 Kuth Spiegel visits the Vet-
erans Administration Hospital
Patients.
J5f *?hr, meetings are held-the
second Wednesday of each
mnth. beginning at 7:30 p.m.,
n the Surfsitfe Commmdty Cen-
er: socials are scheduled for
7-30 p.m. on the fourth Sunday
of each month at the Washing-
Jon Federal, 1133 Normandy
Dr- Miami Beach. Mrs. Ann
Hrn is president.
Yom Kippur proceeds much
along everyday lines. It is quite
different in Israel, however,
where these and other religious
festivals take on a public char-
acter.
OFFICES, stores, factories
and many restaurants are clos-
ed, and the authoritative En-
cyclopaedia Judaica reports,
"there is a virtual standstill of
labor and trade" accompanied
by a "pervading atmosphere of
calm and repose."
Bus transportation is mostly
suspended, no trains run, har-
bors ana airports are inopera-
tive, government offices and
places of amusement are closed.
On Yom Kippur, broadcasting
stops and there is virtually no
vehtele'to be seen in the streets,
although vital public services
such as utilities, telephones,
police and fire protection are
of course available.
FOR THE ultra-religious, ac-
cording to Dr. Frederick Lach-
man, executive editor of the 16-
volumc Encyclopaedia Judaica,
this is justified by the princi-
ple of "pikkuah nefesh," or
the saving of human life, al-
though on-' extreme religious
group does not take advantage
of this provision for non-ur-
gent purposes.
THE HIGH Holy Days pre-
sent a particularly great prob-
lem in Israel's armed forces.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, a co-
chairman of the Florida Com-
mittee for the Encyclopaedia
Judaica, who served with the
Chaplaincy of the Israel De-
fense Forces during the Yom
Kippur War of 1973, explains
that a set of standing orders
have been laid down which
take into consideration both
military and religious needs.
Other cochairmen of the
Florida Committee for the En-
cyclopaedia Judaica are Rabbis
Mayer Abramowitz, Herbert
Baumgard, Leon Kronish and
Irving Lehrman.
IN THE ev-nt of actual fight-
ing on the Day of Atonement,
which occurred in October,
1973, a soldier in battle must
break his fast as soon as he
fee's that hunger is affecting
his fighting capacity. In hot
areas, such as the Sinai, for
example, he must drink water.
Offices for the Florida Com-
mittee for the Encyclopaedia
Judaica are located at 420 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach. Mi-
chael Becher is executive vice
chairman.
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood President Lori Miller and
her cochairpersons, Rosita Levy, Vivian Rosen and Ar-
lene Miller, discuss plans for the opening bruncheon of
the season, which will be held in the temple's social hall
Wednesday, Sept. 24, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. A "reserva-
tions only" affair, the event, themed "Free to Be You
and Me," is free to paid up members and will feature a
gourmet brunch and fashion show by Jordan Marsh as
well as door prizes. Call the temple office for reservations.
Women's American ORT Presenting
'L'Chaim-To Life' On Ch. 6, 33
Women's American ORT is
presenting "L'Chaim To
Life" narrated by Eli Wallach
this week. The film will be
shown in its entirety with no
commercials Tuesday on Chan-
nels 6 and 33, beginning at
11:30 p.m.
"This tilm is an epic social
document ol enormous impact
and importance which describes
more than a century of Jewish
life in Russia and examines the
historical, philosophical and
emotional soil out of which
sprang the ORT movement,
dedicated to the vocational edu-
cation and training of the Jew-
ish people," says Mrs. Sydney
Kronish, president of the
Southeastern Florida Region.
Film footage brought together
from the four corners of the
earth by Harold Mayer, the di-
rector, are used to recreate the
life of the Russian Jewish com-
munity from the shtetl through
the first World War to the holo-
caust, the Warsaw Ghetto, the
DP Camps and the establish-
ment of the state of Israel.
"L'Chaim To Life," win-
ner of the 1973 Golden Eagle
Award, was a participant in the
Festival Di Popli in Florence,
Italy, and an entry in the 1974
Chicago International Film Fes-
tival.
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 eld ties with those you love '. and surmounting
them all, the happiness of dreams come true.
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Friday, Septernbe- 5, 1973
Rosh Hashanah Sen ices Fridav I slier In New Year
Synagogues and temples throughout the Greater Mia
will usher in the New Year 5"3d u.th services bej
e.ening and continuing througfa Saturday anc Stu -"
a number or Reform tempos, which concl.:
the holiday Saturday evening.
.A high point of the synagogue Rosh Hashanah er ice
sounding ot *he Shofa;. or Fam 5 horn, whici: calls upon man to
awanen to his moral obligations to God and to his :e.iov. Mn.
Some congregations will conduct Tashii on the
attjrnoon of the second day of Rosh Hashanah. during v.
e.-s are recited at the seaside or along the banks of canals or other
waterways.
Besides launching the New Year, the Rosh Hashanah holiday
also opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which include the Sabbath
of Penitence. Saturday. Sept. 13. and concludes with Yam K..
the Day of Atonement. Sunday evening. Sept. 14. through Mon-
day. Sept. 15 >.
mi Ami
M*VT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 995 SW 67:n Ave Or:-33:i
Rabbi Zvi Psrriaely. Cantor *wi
Ben Arcn. 1
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A.NSME EMES 2433 SW '9th Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Paleowit*
2
BETH M .Templei. 5960 N. KtfJn
Dr. So Miami. Reform Rabbi Her-
bert Biur jar- Associate Rabbi
Mitchell CJMrfttt 3
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tanu KejUirrmr.'- ( Being Jew
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Cantor William Ltoaon. 4-A
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BETH DAVID SOUTH 7500 SW
124th St. Conservative. RabO' $c
.atidau. Cantor William L dk.,. 3
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
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piro Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Ataa
ani. Kev. Mendel Ou* erman. *l
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ii m ,. r. Saturday, to srn> "Wh-r- Are Thj Brothers* Satur-
day. (:M p.m. and Sunday. 8 i.m.
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ROSH HA8HANAH: BYiday. am.:
Batutrday, m Sernvsn: The Dawn
of Man* Spirit RaBhi Kutvl will
condbci thi Shaoharta s-r\. Can-
t'.r Louis HriMitmn will chant the
MosA< aervlce Plaaldent Morri.- Har-
ris aill sound tht- Shufar. ushering
In tfri* New Yar SusHay nwrnina;
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3225 N E '21st St Consfrvat.ve.
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Continued on Pa?e 14-B
A mobile cardiac rescue vehicle donated by South Flor-
ida Jewry through the American Red Magen David Israel aids some of the scores of persons injured in the [
recent terrorist explosion in Jerusalem's Zion Square.
Fourteen persons perished in the Arab attack, but the '
death toll was kept down by the arrival of 14 Magen
id Adorn ambulances on the scene within minutes of
the explosion. The MDA first aid station in Jerusalem
irdmaied the rescue effort, and dispatched 100 pints
- blood to the hospitals which received victim- Indud-
the Hadas&ah-Hebraw University Medical :: and
Shoare Zedek Hospital
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Tage 3-B
lest We Forget-
A Texas Builder
Won't Let -Us
In the same tradition as Elie Wiesel, who will not
pgrrr.i: the world to forget, a Polish born American is
a;K ir.aking certain that "the next generation should
not be ignorant" of the holocaust.
Paul Lewis, of Dallas, Tex., and a Miami visitor,
came to the United States in 1922. His sister and her
children, who remained in Europe, were among the
millions who perished at Hitler's hand.
AS WIESEL, the writer, uses the word to remind
humanity of our darkest night, Lewis, the professional
builder, uses construction material. He is responsible
for the establishment of memorials to the six-million
jews in ten American cities.
These miniature "Yad Vashems" were financed
and structurally supervised by Lewis, who started his
memorial dedication work in 1959 at the Shearith Israel
Synagogue in Dallas.
As the mature world becomes increasingly aware of
the lack of recall by young adults, more requests for
memorials and remembrances are made to Lewis.
He sees this recognition of a need as a positive
force for Israel.
In an interview, Lewis surmised that "Israel and
the holocaust are interwoven."
ISRAEL WAS reborn as a Jewish homeland as a
"direct result of the holocaust," he believes. Therefore,
his memorial efforts serve as remembrances and warn-
ings for the "Never Again" philosophy of modern Jewry.
Lewis, who was honored by the Jewish Theological
Seminary in 1969, also has extended his commitment
by founding the Paul and.Leah Lewis Chair in Holocaust
Studies at Yeshiva University in New York City.
Thereby, Lewis' work is not simply to remind us of
the past, but also to protect against the future, lest
we forget.
- Norma A. Orovitz
Hail Court Rule Calling Halt
To Racial Quotas in Promotion
NEW YORK-A federal ap-
peals court decision rejecting
the imposition of racial quotas
on job promotions in the New
York State Correctional Services
Department was hailed today by
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith as a "landmark rul-
ing."
The case (Kirkland vs. the
New York State Department of
Correctional Services), in which
the League had filed an amicus
curiae brief with the Second
Circuit Court of Appeals, chal-
lenged a lower court ruling that
"at least one black or Hispanic
employee for each three white
employees" must be promoted
from the list of eligibles regard-
less of their test score rank.
ACCORDING to Arnold Fors-
ter, ADL's general counsel and
associate director, the new deci-
sion is a warning against "re-
verse discrimination" and
strong support for the Civil
Service system.
The appeals court pointed out
that the New York State Con-
stitution calls for appointment
to public jobs through *Civil
Service and went on :c state:
"Sc long as Civil Service re-
mains the constitutionally man-
dated route to public employ-
ment in the State of New York,
no one should be bumped from
a preferred position on the
eligibility list, solely because of
his race. Unless the 14th Amend-
ment is applicable only to
blacks, this is constitutionally
forbidden reverse discrimina-
tion."
THE DECISION also declared
that the replacement of individ-
ual rights with racial quotas is
"repugnant to the basic con-
cepts of a democratic society."
The ADL brief had pointed
out that **there is a basic pro-
position, sometimes lost sight
of, that the Equal Protection
clause of the 14th Amendment
prohibits state-sponsored or
supported discrimination against
all persons regardless of race."
It quoted Supreme Court A#-
sociate Justice William O. Doug-
las' statement in the DeFunis
case that "selection procedures
are constitutionally infirm un-
less 'racially neutral.' "
The decision reversed that
part of the July, 1974, order by
the Federal Court. Southern
District of New York, which
had imposed a racial quota, but
upheld the lower court's ruling
that a new job-related state
Civil Service test be devised.
THIS WOULD replace an
earlier test for promotion to
sergeant which led to the suit
by a group of black and His-
panic correction officers who
had either failed the test or
passed with low scores. There
was no intentional discrimina-
tion involved in the case.
The League, which approves
of merit selection and job-
related testing, took no issue in
its brief with the part of the
1974 decision related to the test
itself.
J
DevoteJ aitd demcated members of our community are
what makes Israel Bonds successful in its quest for life-
building support to Israel," declared Rabbi Leon Kron-
fch. (left), spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, na-
tional campaign cochairman, and chairman of the Rab-
b'ic Cabinet. He met with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. Salz,
Nrth Miami Beach, at the kick-off briefing of "Opera-
tlon Early Start" at campaign headquarters, 420 Lincoln
Rd-, Miami Beach. At the briefing Milton M. Parson, ex-
ecutive director, Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization,
announced that the Israel Bond drive in South Florida
hopes to achieve $20,000,000 to aid in Israel's urgent
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Friday, September 5, 1975
Hadassah Groups Plan September Meeting Schedule
Several Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah groups have an-
nounced their September meet-
ings.
Harikvah Group will meet
Monday in the Roney Plaza So-
cial Hall, according to Ethel
Rudenberg. president. The 7
p.m. program will feature poetic
readings by Louis Forgash.
South gate Group will hold a
regular meeting in the Terrace
Room (North Building) 910
West Ave.. Miami Beach, at 7
p.m. Monday, with Mrs Shirley
Rosenberg, president, presidine
The program will celebrate the
New Year and honor the re-
dedication of Mount Scopus Hos-
pital in Jerusalem. Refresh-
ments will be served.
bold a eeneral luncheon meet-
ing in the Hobday Inn. 8701
Collins Ave. Monday at 11:45
a -71 Ann Ackerman will speak
on "Jews and American
Politics."
Natanya Group plans its gen-
eral meeting at noon Tuesday
Sept. 16. in Winston Towers 200
Mrs" Lillian Martel will report
on the recent national Hadas-
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(S*H or Merchants) or a con-
t;bution of S4. Mrs. Rose Pod-
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*Jeisti fkri Page 5-B
U-M Policy On Observance Abl,a E1>an To Be
Of Religious Holidays Set
Recent negotiations by repre-
sentative- of Jewish organiza-
tions have results in the es-
tablishment of oodifivHl policy
regarding observance of reh-
oious holidays by University of
Miami students, faculty and
employees, according to .in an-
nouncement made by Donald
E Lefton, chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Relations
Committee.
The new policy, passed by the
University of Miami Faculty
Senate in April, 1975. and later
approved by the university's
prjjsideni is a guideline for uni-
versit) employees, faculty mem-
bers and students who wish to
observe religious holidays with-
out being penalized for their
absence from c'-.ss or work. It
also reflects a university aware-
ness "t these holidays when
scheduling university acuities.
Jieprcsent'iig tb\s<: institu-
tfei* wjr* M-'l C'lVlorgrJnsterti,
^fatfwuui of- the CfcC's Domes-
tic Concerts Committee; Rabbi
Stanley FingLr. Flotida area
director for the Hillsl Founda-
tion; Kabbi Ralph P. Kingsley,
president and Rabbi Solomon
J.chiff. executi'e vice president
cf ths RabbinioaJ Association,
and Dr. SiJflSy L. Bes'inick,
acting academic \ice president
and anting d'an of famines at
the University of Miami.
In bii.-f, tn policy provides
that Qptin notifying his or her
instruct}., a-fttudent shall be
encased f*om ci.iss to observe a
religious holy day. Hie student
wid a? respunsiola for work
missed du.ii.g t.ie absence, but
will be granted a reasonable
amount of time to make up any
work missed.
The statement represents the
official written policy of the
university and, therefore, sup-
plies the framework for re-
dressing grievances if disagree-
ments or infractions are en-
counter^.
"The official university state-
ment on religious holiday ob-
servance will be particularly
significant during the coming
weeks when the Jewish people
will celebrate the High Holy
Days," observed Mr. Lefton.
The policy negotiations were
undertaken by the Federation's
Community Relations Commit-
tee in cooperation with the Hil-
lel Jewish Student Center, the
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami and the Univer-
sity of Miami.
In addition, the policy states
that no major test, class event
or major university activity
will be scheduled on a major
religious holy day. and that pro-
fessors and university adminis-
trators will not penalize stu-
dents who are absent from aca-
demic or social activities be-
cause of religious observances.
The policy statement also
provides two "floating holi-
days" which may be taken
without loss of pay by the uni-
versity employee. These days,
plus earned vacation time, Will
allow employees to practice
their religious beliefs.
A faculty member who wish-
es to observe a religious holy
day may make arrangements to
have another instructor con-
duct the class in his or her
absence, if possible._________
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The third and final leg of the
1975 summer season of tho-
roughbred racing eets under-
it ( alder Race Course Sept.
13. The Hailandale Handicap, a
S30.000 contest is for three-
year-eld^ and older at nine fur-
longs on the main track.
The 4l-afternoon session ru*M
through Monday, Nov. 3. Racing
continues on a five day per
week basis through September.
Resume Sept. 13
P-ginnin dav of October, onlv Sundays
wi'l be non racing afternoons, i
Nine stakes events are on the
schedule with an aggregate'
worth of nearly saoo.ooo. FJch-
f"t of these are the Florida Turf
Cup on closing day which will
gross approximately S60.000, i
making this fixture the richest |
race ever contested during a |
summer meeting.
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At Beth Moshc I
Through'th efforts of M-s.
Bernice Stark, cultural Vice '
ncesidMt of Temple Beth
Moahe, the former Israeli Am-
bissndor. Abba Eban. will speak
p\ the temnle. 2225 NE 121st
St., North Miami, on Oct. 14.
P. ith Mnshe Congregation will
hst p. full nrogram of adult I
study everv Wednesday evening. |
r xfs^s will b? offered in Bible |
(Rook of Genesis), basic Yid-1
r'pV an-: contP'^Dorary issues
confronting world Jewry.
In conjunction with the cul-
tural Board of Jewish Educa-
tion R'th Moshe will sponsor
an Ulpan in elementary He-
brew. The course will run for
10 weeks and will begin with i
tV> language used in the svna-
tr.-oio H"b"w reading and con- ;
versational Hebrew.
As a culminating exnenence,
a "?n*ine Pilgrimage to Israel"
is planned.
Dr. Daniel J. Fingerer will
conduct a 9 n.m. Wednesday
lecture series dealing with an
in depth analysis of the life
evele of the Jew. The series will
begin with the birth of a new
born and trace the tradition that
relates to the entire life cycle.
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fJenisfifkirirftor
Friday, September 5, 1975
FOR ISRAil BOND DMi
Miami Beach Hadassah Plans
Advance Luncheon Tuesday
Miami Beach Hadassah Chap-
ter leadership wrll hold the
first advance luncheon on be-
half of the 1975-76 Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization
campaign. Tuesday noon in the
Encore Room of the Hyatt Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
The luncheon, hosted by
chapter Israe' bond members
Mrs. Bess B-ruch, Mrs. Max
Cohen. Mrs. Herman Feinberg.
Mrs. Morris Fox and Mrs. Car-
rie Rosen, is the pre\iew for
the annual Hadassah BonJ-
With-Israel Luncheon. Thurs-
day, Oct. 9. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
At this special occasion. Mrs.
Jack Katzman, last year's
luncheon chairman, will be the
first woman recipient of the
highly coveted David Ben-Gur-
ion Award for her devoted lead-
ership in the spirit of the first
Prime Minister of Israel, found-
er of the Israel Bond program.
According to the hostesses,
Tuesday's luncheon will play a
significant role in helping to
launch a record-breaking, life-
building drive for urgently
needed Israel Bond sales to aid
tn the crucial economic devel-
opment program of the State
of Israel.
Each of the women wil! be
presented with a nameplate
heart inscribed with "To Israel
with Love," which they will
place on a replica heart repre-
senting Israel on the dais, and
receive a miniature jewel hear:
"From Israel with Love."
Mrs. Feinberg. Miami Beach
Haiassan Chapter president,
sta-.ed that the Hadassah wom-
en will show their support for
their brethren in Israel with
an outpouring of Israel Bond
bases at this most critical
time in I
Diplomat Abbie Ben-Ari. con-
sular.: :o Israel Government
- in the field of mass
lunications and lormer di-
rector of the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office for North
America, will give the guests a
further insight into current
Middle East negotiations.
Milton M Parson is execu-
tive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization.
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From the Employees of
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685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 531-6173
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Use Heavy Duty
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For Pot Roast
Here"s an idea which pro-
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juices for gravy.
ONIONY POT ROAST
WRAP-UP
3 to 4 pounds beefs chuck
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1 envelope (1"< 02.) onion
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Arrange : long sheet of
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a shallow pan and place the
meat in the center. Sprinkle
onion soup mix over meat.
Close Reynolds Wrap; bake
in 350" F. oven for 2:- hours.
. mil fork ten
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broth hot heat and
thicken ture of flour
and
Makes 6 tr
FLOWER POTATOES"
Peel one potato for each
serving Slice across potato al-
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side, brush outside with pareve
margarine and sprinkle with
salt, pepper and other desired
seasoning.
Wrap loosciy in Reynolds
Wrap package. Bake in 350 F.
oven for 50 minutes to 1 hour
or until center is tender.
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Our appreciation to our many
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During the past year
We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Fish prepared by Vita.
For the herring eaters in your fam-
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Herring in cream sauce. Chopped
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Herring in wine
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For the smoked fish lovers, there's
Vita smoked kippers. Whitefish.
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September 5, 1975
*Jen?st- fhrkflan
Page 7-B
Vacations and visiting week-
ends were joint ventures for
manv of us this summer. Va-
cations began or concluded with
visiting Sunday at camp, in the
Pocooos. Smokies and White
"Sfand Lloyd Ruskin
,r8veled in Alaska and Western
Canada and then proceeded
South to see Karen. Going m
the reverse direction, Nancy
and Jimmy Orovitt and Dale
tnd Steve Knlvin stopped in
Maine to see their youngsters
tnd traveled farther North into
Eastern Canada. Our neighbors
to the North have been attract'
ing many South Floridians.
Nancy and Marc Lipsitz and
Celia and Tony Scalise all rav-
ed about Lake Louise.
Amy and Leonard Stolar and
Lois and Richard Applebaum
tnjoyed a Swiss tour and a
journey up the Rhine and re-
tamed home in time to fly
North for a camp visit.
Tova and Bobby Goodis,
Morty and Sheila Brown, Louise
and Gerald Smith and Judy
and Hilly Meyers, all popped
up in the Poconos in mid-sum-
mer to \isit their children,
larly, the Marvin Brans-
dorfs, the Robert Siegels, the
Leonard Lansburghs, the Rich-
ard Golubs. the Al Green v. aids,
and Marty Goodmans hiked up
and down hills visiting Sunday.
Allan and Khona Braun head-
td up East to the "country"
(Catskill Mountains) after
camp, and Barry Meiselman
headed West to join Toba in
the Rockies Bobbie and Gerald
Miller and Kathy and Donald
Farber extended their camp
\isit to include a side-trip to
Russia.
THE MOST enthusiastic and
well-traveled young woman in
town has to be Rochelle Nelson.
She's Judge and Mra. Ted Nel-
son's daughter. After a- Euro-
pean concert tour, Rochelle
spent fojr weeks at Brandeis
Camp Institute on the Califor-
nia coast Sha arrived back in
Miami with her own musical
compositor, entitled, "My Jew-
ish Mama." Her mama, Sookie,
is "levelling
For many of us, who stayed
home, the tedium oi rain,
heat and ;nosquitoes was de-
"ghtfulh interrupted by the
sprinkling of parries.
Jim Hauser urprised Lynn
*n a 30th birthday party. And
wa? she evtr surprised espe-
cia'ly by .he pictorial history
*nd inv:lotional poem devised
D>' her husband. The rain held
_^respect for Jim's month long
With IMORAAA A. OROVITZ
plans for a pool-side BBQ. It
was definitely a young group
as the pregnant profiles out-
numbered the greying roots.
Peggy and Michael Silver,
Laurie and Jim Silvers, Paula
and Barry Tabachnikoff and
Michelle and Robert Stone rep-
resented the Miami crowd
THE BORGERS, Multacks
and Weinsteins trekked over
from the Beach and won two
converts during the evening. It
seems that Joel and Susan
Ghanning are considering a
move across Biscayne Bay in
the near future. Although it
was a casual party, Freddie
Blitstein's wife Linda, won the
dressiest polo-shirt of the eve-
ning award. She was wearing a
Jewish American Princess tee-
shirt complete with a rhine-
stone dotting the "I."
Lourdes and Norman Weider
helped plan a surprise party
for his parents, the Arthur
W eiders. Sister, Sandy, and
brother, Barry, worked at mak-
ing the 35th anniversary a sum-
mer high spot.
Marveling at the execution
of their well-laid plans were
relatives as well as local Beach-
ite friends.
Moe and Rose Ghorowski,
Saul and Judy Strachman, Ar-
thur and Judy Klein, Hank and
Doris Olesky, Joe and Lillian
Goldberg, Tommy and Shirley
Kravitz, and Alex and Ethel
Frieden all helped to fete the
Weiders.
ALSO IN on the surprise
were Manny and Vivian Roth-
bart. Stanley and Janet Weider
and Saul and Jerrie Goldberg.
It's no surprise at all, to
long-time Miamians that we en-
joy our summertime respite. In
spite of the sub-tropical clime.
or perhaps because of it. we
can take it slow travel or
not.
The restaurants are ours, the
tennis courts more available J
and the living is nice'n'easy!
ORT Chapter Installation
Mrs. Cynthia Kronish, presi-
dent ut the Southeast Florida
Region. Women's American
ORT. will install the officers of
Miami Business and Profession-
al Chanter at its first general
meeting Thursday, Sept. 11, in
the Hospitality Room of the
American Savings. 1200 Lincoln
Rd. Rereshments will be served
following the meeting.
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American Savings
Scholarships Go
To M.B. Students
American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida has
awarded $1,000 in scholarship
assistance to two high school
s-niors for their college educa-
tion. The awards went to Sharon
GrvnsDan of the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami and to
Edward Dos Santos of Miami
Beach Senior High School.
The scholarship program is a
part of American Savings' con-
tinuing community relations
program which includes aiding
young Deople of both Dublic and
parochial schools who have
been active in their respective
school and civic activities and
have maintained a high scholas-
tic average.
A prerequisite for the Amer-
ican Savines Scholarship is that \
the applicant will continue his I
or her higher education within ,
the State of Florida.
A $500 scholarship was pre- I
sented to Sharon Greenspan at
the Hebrew Academy's gradua-
tion exercises. Ms. Greespan.
who plans to study Business ,
Administration at the Univer-
sity of Miami, was Valedictorian
of her graduating class.
Edward Dos Santos was
awarded a $500 scholarship at
Miami Beach High School's an-
nual Honors Assembly. Mr. Dos
Santos plans to attend the Uni-
versity of Florida at Gaines-
ville, where he will major in
Accounting.
Thomas R. Bomar, president
of American Savings, met with
the scholarship recipients, and
expressed his pleasure in trans-
mitting the scholarship certi-
ficates to two fine outstanding
youths of today.
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9-Jmis^ntrkMar
Friday, September 5, 1973
Diane Blackman Becomes Bride Of
Scott Sherman In Aug. 31 Rites
Sunday evening, Aug. 31,
Diane Faith Blackman became
the bride of Scott Mark Sher-
man. Rabbi Michael Eisenstat
and Cantor Rita Shore officiat-
ed at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony
in Temple Judea; a reception
and, dinner followed in the tem-
ple's social hall.
Diane, daughter of Mr. and
Mri. Edward Blackman. 5741
SWj 64th PI., graduated from
South Miami High School and
is presently employed as a mod-
el for a local sportswear manu-
facturer.
Her husband, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Sherman of 10451
SW] 78th St., is a graduate of
Paljnetto High School and at-
tended the University of Okla-
homa. Scott manages the
branch of s national tool dis-
tributing firm.
For her wedding, Diane chose
an ivory gown in an .
with iv id .-red
Alencon lace en an English n.-t
bodice, long traditional si
and an attached chaptl train
in chiffon. Her fingertip \ eil
fell from an ivory reembroider-
ed Alencon lace Camelot head-
piece.
Attending the couple were
Wayne Sherman, the bride-
groom's brother, as best man;
Ellen and David Billingsley, his
sister and brother-in-law. as
bridesmaid and usher. Diane's
sister and brother-in-law, San-
dy and Sammy Goldstein,
ed as matron of honor and
usher.
Relatives and guests sharing
in the simcha included the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. Bea-
trice Blackman. and her hus-
band's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Sherman; Diane's
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs.
Al Singer and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Bernard Kazdan, and her cou-
sin Ms. Martha Singer, from
New York; long-time family
friends Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ross,
Columbia. S.C.; Scott's sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. David Billingsley, Indian-
aDolis, Ind. Also Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Jay son and Joel Jayson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sher-
. scott's uncles, aunts, and
-in from New York and New
'--v-
:n the weeks preceding the
'. Diane was feted at a
-. shower hosted by Bunny
- Allan Michaelson and
Syl to (Mrs, Morris) Herman,
an i it a kitchen shower hosted
bv Jerrv (Mrs. Sam) Sherman
and Ellen (Mrs. David) Bil-
lingsley.
'.' and Mrs. Harry Sherman
hooted the rehearsal dinner at
Kings Bay Country Club Satur-
day night before the wedding
for out of town gue.c*s and the
wedding f '":'
Following a Jamctcan honey-
in. the new Mr. and Mrs.
rman will return to their
in Kendale Lakes.
Music
by
aid "nis
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and Cub Orchesfa
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September 5, 1975
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Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Groups Begin New Season
rZnie Minkes, 13, and his
'X Robbie, 11, are gomg to
f a! the cantors of Beth Da-
5-s Junior Congregation for
High Holy Days. They are
le "ons of Dr. a-d Mr.. Jules
fakes, and the grandsons of
bn !at; Cantor Louis Minkes,
,-no served* in St. Louis, Mo
tnianv years. Dr. Minkes will
Lt the Haftarah in the main
Ltuarv the Bret day of Rosh
JUana'h. jnaking it a real
r,ilv affair." The boys as
r]i as th'.ir lather have been
ttrjeted ip 'he intricacies ol
I h Holyday liturgy by
fan- ,r William W. Lipson.
, (and perhaps
. | illy) this year
L ( ml i.i.'-on's comple-
of service at
r^j, ;,, ch is some sort
ntorlal tenure
people in Dadej
?.,,,.. making a differ-
L-e for the United Way are
Ben and Bertha Marcus. Be-
cause of their commitment as
Ifnnd- ilunteers, contri-
butions to the United Way
[ icted at their
jme, the Morton Towers con-
i; nped by 11% I
I
Ha-ii Igned for the
I 12 years. Mr.
tributes the 1975 In-
fad that "Every-
Icne a Towers knows
I the United Way
|i; i' e of Dade Coun-
'::
Op i \rtnur and Marilyn
[Lazarus ndall wtfl be in
I Arthur will re-
th Minister of Tour-
| i trophv for winning the
Rillfish Championship
this past July. Making the trip
with An and Marilvn will be
Sian and Fran Kreiger, Larry
and Florence Robhins and How-
ard and Kiki Dnvidow, all from
the Kendall-Palmetto area. Ar-
total catch of Blue Mar-
lins in July*, which won the
championship, totaled 609
pounds,
The Parent Teachers Asso-
ciation of the Hillel Commu-
nity Day School opened its
WJS-1976 schedule of events
[tni< week with a coffee at the
Youth To Conduct
|Holi(lay Services
This year Tcmnle Adath
wuniii vomh will conduct
J* own High Holy Days serv-
^ More than 200 students from
J temnle located at 1025 NE i
M-ami Gardens D-... North Mi-;
^\'" ire expected to at-:
wnd thf services which start
with Rosh Hashanah. the
- Year, and end 10!
wys later with Yom Kippur.
"Th:- special youth service'
II the most crucial'
"eed said Alan Renzer. execu- i
!1Ve direct"'- of the temple. "We '
wve services for adults and I
Uy but this service will.
"-'^ the meaning rather than'
lust going over the prayers.
"Much of the service will be I
L uhsh instcad f Hebrew'
na the rituals will be divided |
^separate acts, such as read-
2 from the Torah (law book)
8 it back into the Ark
Jt) and leading the congre-
J "on >n prayers and chants,"
Ren*r added.
w n
home of Mrs. Robert Ross in
Hallandale to welcome new
families in school.
Serving with Mrs. Sara Har-
ris, the newly elected president,
are Mrs. Sally Bostom, ways
and means vice president; Mrs.
Florence Roth, membership vice
president; Mrs. Martha Finger-
er, programming vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Betty Weinberg, vice
president in charge of special
events: Mrs. Maxine Dubin,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Miriam Ginsberg, recording
secretary, and Mrs. Joyce Yar-
muth. treasurer.
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
groups will begin the season's
activities this month.
The Aviva Group will meet
Monday at 9:45 a.m. The guest
speaker is Dr. Ann Ruben who
will discuss "How to Make Your
Spouse Your Best Friend."
Albert Einstein Group will
meet Monday at 12:30 p.m. at
Washington Federal Auditorium
633 NE 167th St.. North Miami
Beach. Mrs. Charles Roth wil'
resent "American-Israeli Af-
fairs.
Alenoran Group will meet
Monday at 11 a.m. at The Coral
Cables Junior Women's Club.
1001 E. Ponce de Leon Blvd
Roz Soltz will be the guest
speaker, and entertainment will
be provided by Lucille Alter-
man and Tillie Pekelner.
Eleanor Rossevelt Group will
have a quiz panel show Monday
at 12:45 in the Marlcn Audito-
rium.
The Shalom Group will meet
on Monday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Card Room of the Century
Building. A musical program
will bo presented........
Chaim Weizruann Group wiw -
meet Monday at 8 p.m.
Bonnie Soltz-Yaffa Group rV
meet Tuesday, Sept. 16, at norn- <
in the Washington Federal Bink
at 633 NE, 167th St.
Raman Group will meet Mo
day, Sept. 22, in tho New Hcifl
fon Auditorium at 12:30 p.meV
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FriJay, Seprerr.btr 5 197J
B'nai Brith Council oi South Florida Lodges
Best Wishes for the New Year
i
The nearly 7.000 members of the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges extend greetings to the entire
Jewish community for a Healthy, Happy and Pros-
perous New Year.
As B'nai B'rith marks another year of unbroken
service to the community, its volunteer army of half
a million men invites you to join them in their con-
tinuing programs helping those in need, regardless
of race, religion or national origin.
W
BARRY T. GURLAND, President
HARRY MARCOU / JOSEPH SUSSMAN / Ma FEIGELES / COL. NATHANIEL KUTCHER
Vice Presidents
LOUIS HYMSON, President-Elect
TRUSTEES
George Kotin Sol Klein
Maurice Mehlman Sol Kaye
Jack Sloan Herman Nudelmon
Jack Chaiken tobert Feingold
Sid (fitter Dr. Mike Tertelbaom
ABE ARONOVITZ LODGE, Key West
Phil Kram, Prttident
BEN YEHUDA LODGE, North Miami Beach
Herman Cohen, President
BRANDEIS LODGE, North Miami Beach
Daniel Nadel, President
COLONEL MARCUS LODGE, North Miami Beach
Nat Cutler, President
CORAL GABLES LODGE, Coral Gables
Harry Missel, President
DADELAND LODGE. South Miami
Dr. Henry Ellison, President
DEDICATION LODGE, North Miami Beach
Sol Vogel, President
DREYFUS LODGE, North Miami Beach
Dr. Max Cooper, President
EASTERN.SHORES LODGE, North Miami Beach
Sam Seitel, President
FREEDOM LODGE, Bay Harbor Islands
Herman Nudelman, Pretideaf
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, North Miami Beach
Ansel Singer, President
GB. BALKIN LODGE, Miami
Charles Seiavitch, President
Maurice J. Feingold
Milton A. Friedmon
Joseph Gormstein
Arthur Horwirz
Bert S. Brown
GOLD COAST LODGE. Miami Beach
Dr. I. Amdur, President
HARMONY LODGE, North Miami Beach
Henry Sterling, President
HATIKVAH LODGE, Miami Beach
Eric Gloser, President
HAVEN LODGE, North Miami Beach
J. Tulcensky, President
HAYM SOLOMON LODGE, North Miami Beach
Dave Abramowiti, President
HOTEL EXECUTIVE LODGE, Miami Beach
Harvey Weinberg, President
ISAIAH LODGE, Miami Beach
Norman Sevin, President
ISRAEL LODGE, North Miami Beach
Irvina Levy, President
JUDEA LODGE, Miami Beach
Col. Not Kutcker, President
LEVI ESHKOL LODGE, North Miami Beach
Jack Domash, President
MACCABEE LODGE, Miami Beach
Julius leviae, President
ME-AMI LODGE, North Miami Beach
Lester Green, President
MAIMONIDES LODGE, North Miami Beach
William Roshkin, President
KENNETH HOFFMAN
Treasurer
HONORARY TRUSTEES
Malcolm H Fromberg
Jack Kirschbaum
Som Nieberg
L Albert Pallet
Jack Rosenberg
Sam I. Silver
SID SCHWARZBACH
Secretary
1(0 Steinman
Samuel Pascoe
Howard M. Nea
David I. Taw
Fred Snyder
M'AMI BEACH LODGE, Miami Beach
Nat Gillman, President
MIAMI LATIN LODGE, Miami Beach
Dr. Felix Reyler, President
NORTH DADE LODGE, North Miami Beach
Charles Hersh, President
NORTH SHORE LODGE, Surfsid*
Arthur Sheppard, President
SCOPUS LODGE, Miami
Myron Sandier, President
SHOLEM LODGE, Miami
Ken Hoffman, President
SIMCHA-AVENTURA LODGE, North Miami Beach
Al Sherman, President
SINAI LODGE, North Miami Beach
Max Jacobs, President
SPORTS LODGE, Miami Beach
Joe Sokoloff, President
SUNNY ISLES LODGE, North Miami Beech
Irving Cypsrs, President
TZEDAKAH LODGE, South Miami
Seth J. Krebs, President
WE1ZMAN LODGE, North Miami Beach
leo Tallering, President

COL. PHILIP COHEN, Southern Area Regional Director
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all terms al bigotry
to work for your community
te help the State of Israel
te build an informed Jewry
to promote good citizenship
to kelp build character he oar yevth
to kelp promote human rights and hvman dignity
to provide vocational service tor ovr yoang people.
to service the ormed forces and veterans in hospitals
NEIL C. ROSEN, Florida Lodge Services Director
To: B'nai B'rith Regional Office
1747 Van Buren Street, Hollywood, Flo. 33020
Tel. MBM11 (Oade); 925-3425 (Broward)
p
I ass interested in joining B'nai B'rith. Please h
ove someone contact ate.
Serving Is Believing Believing Is Belonging


Liav. September 5. 1975
*Jf*ist> fhtiMsni
Faee M-S
Rabbi Mordecai Blumenfeld
Mesivta** New Principal
Rabbi Mordecai Blumenfeld,
who has spent thepast six years
teach.ng at Vesh.va -high
rL-hoo:s in Toronto and St.
Louis has been named pnn-
.-3' of Mesivta Senior High
School (Louis Merwitzer High
I) for boys.
n,e appointment was an-
.loseph Bistritz
iident of the Mesivta of
\-._.,- at an executive
ting.
nfeld was raised
L | i. Conn. During
erved as re-
nt of Young Jib
^3 He idied at Columbia
jj- (-g and the Hebron
:ind later
c idies at the
nic College of
i
i wj
t to accompany
(.. einberg when
^ i ted dean of the
(,'er Is ihiva College in
Toronto. Ontario.
During his eight years" re;i-
c. Toronto, Rabbi BIu-
r. nfeld received Rabbinical
fJ-J;nation and a master's de-
gree in Talmudic Law. He has
spent the past six years teach-
ing Yeshiva high school in Tor-
onto and in St. Louis, where
he served in an administrative
Capacity as < gU.
This yeai will mark several
milestones for the Mesivta, in-
cluding the remodeling of a
two-story building at 1965 Alton
Rd. which will house the school.
Work is already underway on
the remodeling.
The Mesivta, a sister institu-
tion to the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, has a special-
ized program in Hebrew educa-
tion and general studies for
boys in the 10th, 11th, and 12th
grades. 4ts program- leads to a
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Friday, September s,
International Conference
Launches Israel Bond Drive,
strong commitment to peace. Is-
More tW 800 Jewish lea^p^gagement negotiations. Mr. Ra-
representmg United States and bin emphasized that despite its
Canadian communities heard a
special cablegram from Israel
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
stressing the "serious economic
problems" confronting Israel in
the midst of negotiations, at the
international Fall Leadership
Planning Conference of Israel
Bonds held last week in Chi-
cago.
Representing the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization at
the three-day meeting at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel were Gen-
eral Campaign Chairman Robert
L. Siegel. Bav Harbor Islands;
Robert M. Hermann of Ft. Liud-
erdale, chairman. North Brow-
ard Board of Governors: and
Milton M. Parson, executive di-
rector. Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
IN HIS cablegram, the Prime
Minister called on the Jewish
communities for increased large-
scale financial aid to help "light-
en the burden of our people."
He said they were hardpressed
by serious economic problems
resulting largely from the coun-
try's enormous defense burden.
Jscael Bond funds are needed,
he said, "to maintain our eco-
nomic stability and the momen-
tum of our economic develop-
ment."
Referring to the latest disen-
MILTON M. PARSON
peace at the expense of our vital
security."
He attributed the Dresent dif-
ficult economic situation to
overwhelming defense needs." a
continued high rate of inflation
and the gap in the balance of
payment.
AMBASSADOR Chaim Herzog.
Israel's newly appointed Perma-
nent Representative at the
United Nations, termed the cur-
rent move to oust or suspend
Israel from the United Nations
as "the largest single act of anti-

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Semilasm and the most concen-
trated attack on the Jewish pop-
ulation since 1933 when Hitler
ROBERT L. SIEGEL
launched his attack on the Jew-
ish people.
"If Israel is not at the General
Assembly, then in the final
analysis there will be no Gen-
eral Assembly. The process of
disintegration which has taken
hold of UNESCO will seize hold
of the United Nations," he said.
Calling on American and
Canadian Jewry to support the
Israel Bond campaign as an ef-
fective way of helping to
strengthen Israel's economy and
to offset the Arab boycott, he
said:
-NEVER HAS the Israel Bond
Organization been so vitally a
part of Israel's or the Jewish
people's straggle as it is today.
The Jewish people can strike
back at those who have launch-
ed an attack on thenthey can
strike back through their in-
volvement in the Israel Bond
drive. This is the Jewish peo-
ple's reply to their attackers."
leader of Tomple Beth Sholom,
fare through the economic de-
national campaign cochairman
and chairman of the Rabbinic
Cabinet, discussed the import-
ance of this year's High Holiday
program in which members of
congregations will be asked to
use their Bond subscriptions as
"ballots for Israel" to demon-
strate the solidarity of the Jew-
ish communities of the U.S. and
Canada behind Israel.
Reporting on the local effort.
Greater Miami Campaign Chair-
man Robert L. Siegel announced
that a corps of volunteer work-
ers from throughout the Greater
Miami area will conduct a day-
by-day highly concentrated
drive to help raise the urgently
needed Israel Bonds goal of
$20,000,000 for the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization.
IN ADDITION to the Congre-
gation Dinners and Hi-Rise ef-
forts, a great emphasis has been
placed on the men and women
working in the trades, industries
and professions in Greater Mi-
ami, Siegel said.
"It is time that these business
members of our community join
together within their own pro-
fessional sphere and plan and
formulate how they can help ad-
vance Israel's progress and wel-
fare through the economic de-
velopment programs made pos-
sible with the aid of Israel
Bonds," he added.
Siegel called on all "Captains
of Industry" to answer the Bond
challen^- in 76 with a vote of
confidence for their brethren
in Israel with minimum pur-
chases of S!.000 or more in Is-
rael Bonds, and become mem-
bers of the "Shorn re! Ylsraer
honorary society (Guardians of
Israel).
Six-Day 'Shouk-Hashaloni' t|
Begin Dec:<*5 at Beth Sholoj
A totally new
South Florida, -<
Hashalom, an exci
Expo "Market-J__
will open Saturday, Dec. 6, at
7:30 p.m. and continue for six-
days through Friday. Dec 12, as
an extraordinary event comple-
menting the Chanukah holiday
season, according to Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
Chairperson is Marcy (Mrs.
Donald) Lefton. With the co-
operation of the temple's spirit-
ual leader and its president
James Knopke. Mrs. Lefton his
launched a project which will
not only transform the streets,
col tyards and halls adjoinine
the temple into a literal yeplica
of Israel's colorful market-
places but will bring to our
shores a score of Israel's most
prominent international person-
alities.
"The Hon. Simcha Dinitz. the
Israeli Ambassador to the
United States, has accepted our
invitation," declared Mrs. Lef-
ton, "and so has Ruth Dayan
president of Maskit. Inc. and
former wife of Moshe Dayan.
"Maskit, Inc. is the organiza-
tion which has singularly em-
braced artists and craftsmen of
every culture and country re-
siding in or having emigrated
to Israel.
^pynmitments to attend I
am been received from
dame Rojy Ben Joseph the I
fasKiojf -Bill' IIDd desist;!
Rikma Caftans, nnd Rf
Gera, the internationally fj
designer of silver lewelryl
Bashon, the Yemenite rock J
will be among the major Isj
stars who will perform."
Just returned from un
where she and Shirley y,
Irving E.) Miller, president!
the temple's Sisterhood, vie
the variety of cultures
crafts, Mrs. Lefton said that]
entire project, including b performing areis and decor!
be under the aegis of prom]
designer and florist David:
rison.
"Enchanted with our projj
Mr. Harrison joined 'is in Isn
at his own exnense to view (
concept at first hand." said!
Lefton.
"In its final form. our"S,
Hashalom' will be a literal I.
lation of Israel. Eve-yoga
be able to enjoy the tastes, I
the sounds, eniov their fineL
and see a total picture oil
rael's industry and culture n
h-re within the temple, in i
alleys and along the side?
of Chase Avenue."
All proceeds of the ct
which will be open to the,
lie, are earmarked for the l.
pie's School of Living Judaij
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New \fear!
nSBEH MARKETS
In Observance Of The Holidays Our Kosher Markets Will Be
Closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Sept. 13, 14, 15
DISCOUNT
KOSHER MARKETS
BREAST OF BEEF
WHOLE BEEF BRISKET
10-12 Lb. Avg.
QUEEN ESTHER FRESrf KILLED
Roasters-Broilers-
Fryers
FRESH KOSHER MADE
GROUND BEEF
BABY STEER UVER
C LB-
3 LBS.
These Specials Effective thru Friday Sept. 12 at Food Lane and
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'Jltcmbs ^Jo our JMcny Jriends and Customers
for tlieir patronage, may we wish you and your family
contentment, good health, and the fulfillment of y*
deepest wish in life.
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Friday, September 5
Religious Services
Continued from Page 2-B
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Villaoe. Conservative
Cantor Mu-nv Vavneh S2-*
(CUT LAUDiRDALE
BETH !S"BL "reTplel. 7100 'ft.
Oakwnd Park B.vd. Rabbi Pndio A,
Laoowlti Cantor Maurrc Nw.
'
-..-. :u.ir\.
! SHANAH: (Servlcea eon- In Camelot
H..ri 'i [aland Spa An
dltprlum), Friday. 7 p.m.; Saturday.
S a m Sunday. fr a m
AQUDAS ACHIM Nl'SACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.
Orthoous. Rabbi Mordetai Ohalmoj
***" NOirr'tVMWf BfKH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple)
Club, and
untry
6erv-
. r t the ti mple
Pr< -Nursery through
gioui Bel ag< Sen I -
*- -. m. and f
.. m
1029
M.S. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Can-
tor Ian Alpern. SI
KIJSH HASHANAH: Friday. 6:88
EMANU-E-. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Cantor Jerome Kle-
ment. **
.. ....... n,. u.v .11. t-_i A-... C .-
AQMDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ava. Hebrt*
POSH HASHANAH: Friday, i p.m..
Raligious Community Center. 192M Sermon: "Oqina Tomtber." Saturday.
NE 3rd Ave. Orth.dox. 3-A < 30 a m t>rmrn: A ^ ear of Good-
BETH TORAh. 1051 N. Miami BeaeH
Blvd. Conservative. Rahbi Max Lip.
achitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendaison.
3*
Saturday, f p.m. Evening
Service: Sunday 8:3! a rr... Sermon:
"To Hear or To Listen."
ROfcH HASHANAH: Services in main YOUNG ISRAEL e HOLLVi
sanctuary Friday, 7:30 p.m.. Mine ha. Maariv special family service: Sat- ROSH HASHANAn "Services
urday and Sundav. 8 a.m.. Shachrls: ducted in The Oaks Condominium.
9 am Torah Reading; 10:30 a.m. "on Stirling- Rd > Frirtav, 730 p.m.
HOLLVyVOOO
ces con-
Serapon; 11 a.m. Musaf (additional);
7:3> p.m., Mir.cha. Maarlv. (Parallel
rvjees in WometCO'l 163rd Street
Theatre conducted by Rabbi Ni.rman
Muse man and Cantor Emanuel Ehr-
li'b.)
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd Rt
Conaervative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ma Cantor .lark Lerner. 98
ROBH HASHANAH: Friday. 7 p.m:
Saturday. a-m. and 7 p.m.; Sun-
day. 8 am.
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 571
nJ.E. 171at St. Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
sim Gambach. Cantor Joseph Na-
lnwrn. 38-*
KOfiH HASHANAH: (Services con-
ducted in Pythian Hall. 2300 NE 171st
Saturday and Sunday. 8:30 a.m.
MIMFANO BtACH
maRGATF JEWISH CENTER 61C
mw th tit. !
SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SE 11th Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A, Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renter. 88
HALIANOAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 416 NE 8th Ave Rabbi
Harry E Schwartz. Carter Jacok
*"*enziaer ij
ROSH HASHANAH Friday. 7:40 p.m.
Sermon: "The Challenge of the New
Fear.' Saturday 8 am. Sermon: "is
' 'C of Any Account?" Saturday.
""-"" -- -,. i-4S pm : Sunday. Ram. Sermon:
si j Friday. 6:40 p.m; Saturday. 8.30 rht ,,,,.,,,. of ,h njsofar." Eve-
am. 6:30 and ;45 p.m ; Sunday. 8.40 r; g Service, 7:45 in
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Tempi'). 1351 S 14th Awe-
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rahhi Harvev M. Rosenfalr" *
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday. 6:3ft
p m and 9 n m : Saturday, 10 am:
Idrei i"vi .. 3 n.m, followed
by reception for them in Tobin Audi-
torium sponsored by the Sisterhood
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADH
1880-, NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabo"
Ralph P. Kinosley. Cantor Irving
Shu Ikes. <"
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday. 8 pm:
Saturday. 9 a.m. Children's Service:
in a.m.. Auull Bern Sunday. 10:30
am. ______ |
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE BETH fHALOM (Temple). 460' Ar.
1th Ave. Ortho-cx. Rabbi Dov thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortos
Qidnick. ** Malavsky Cintor Irving Gold. 48
R06H HASHANAH: Saturday. 7:45 -------------(-------------
a.m. and 7:20 p.m.: Sunday. 7:4'. a.m..
Morn ins Service. 10:50 a.m.: Sermon. SINAI (Temple). 12T1 Johnson St
11:f0 a.m., Shofar, 7:20 p.m. Evening Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Shaoiro.
service. Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listflald
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday. 8 p.m.;
Saturday. 7:30 a.m. and 8 pm.; Sun-
day. 730 a m
YQliNft ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 890 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Left 88
CMAl CABUS
JUPEA (Templei. 6550 Granada Blvd.
Raform. Rabb- Michael B. Eieen-
e*at. Cantor Rita Shore. *
ROfW HASHANAH: Friday. 8 p.m..
Sermon: "Masada. Without A Com-
plex." Saturday. 10 a.m.. Sermon:
"The Business of America Is ."
Yopth Service 10 a.m.. Children's
Service, 2:30. p.m.; Sunday. 10 am..
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservator*.
310 SW 82nd Ave.. Hollywood. fcabW
Oavid ReeenfieM. <7-8)
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday. 7 p.m..
Saturday and Sunday. 8:30 a m.
TEMPLE SOLEL .Liberal) 5100 Sher.
dap St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rabat*
Frazin. 41-0
PLANTATION
Serpion: "Unstiffenina: Stiff-Necks -- PLANTATION JFvVtau rnunac
Ik -There Value in Jewish-Christian ^VrTrTaT'aai J aJl"^... 2NSF.f'
Ik -There Value in
Di^lesTU^?''
GATfON. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd.. Plan
tation. Rabbi Arthur S. Abrams.
ZAMORA iTemple). 44 Zamara Ava. ,._., _. aWaTeUMaT
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. ISRAEL (Templet. 8820 SW 15th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrorr. Drazin.
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday. 6:30
p.DVI Saturday, Sam. Sermon: "How
to f"ace A New Age": 6:30 p.m. Min-
charMaariv Serviee. Sunday. 8 a.m..
Serpion: "The Mystic Voice of the
Shofar"; 6:30 p.m Minrha-Maariv.
Kabjbf Klein will be assisted bv his
son*. Theodore and Henry, and Reli-
gious Committee Chairman Jack Ru-
bin.
iVRFSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Mardmq Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D Vine. Bf
ROgH HASHANAH: Friday. 7 p.m.:
Saturday. 8:30 am.; Sunday. 8:30 am.
Cantor Abraham Kester.
MOMtSTEAO
HMESJEAD JEWISH CCNTCR.
i4 me tth tt Conaervative. *
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
29 ELUL 7:16
Moshe Levi, one of five living men who received the
Israel Medal of Valor the Jewish state's highest
award during the Yom Kippur War, is presented with
the key to the City of Miami Beach by Mayor Harold
Rosen. Taking part in the ceremonies are, left to right,
Sol Drescher of Miami Beach, Southeastern regional
chairman of the American Red Magen David for Israel;
Mr. and Mrs. Levi and Mayor Rosen. Levi, who lost his
right arm during the war and saved his platoon from an-
nihilation after his extensive wounds, is a volunteer
leader of the Magen David Adorn in Israel and is in the
'ted States to have an artificial arm fitted.
Status of Black Jew Open
To Question, Rabbi Declares
NEW YORKAccording to a
Yeshiva University Talmudic
scholar. Blacks who consider
themselves Jews solely by vir-
tue of their heritage and deport-
ment should not. with one pos-
sible exception, be recognized
as Jews under Jewish law. al-
though those who converted ac-
cording to "halakhic" traditions
should be accepted into the com-
munity without discrimination.
"Judaism is color blind: skin
pigmentation is unknown as a
halakhic' concept." writes Rab-
bic J. David Bleich, on the Tal
mudic faculty of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary,
an affiliate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, and assistant professor of
philosonhv at the University's
Stern College for Women.
HIS ARTICLE, entitled "Black
Jews: A Halakhic Perspective."
aDPears in the current issue of
"Tradition," published by the
Rabbinical Council of America.
"The question of recognition
of Black Jews as members of the
Jewish community ... is simply
one instance of the much broad-
er question: 'Who is a Jew?' "
Rabbi Bleich states.
Black Jews black groups
and individuals who claim to be
Jewish by virtue of genealogy
or conversionhave been an
historic recurrence.
THEY RANGE from a com-
munity of Ethiopian blacks
whose reference in Western
literature dates from the ninth
century, to slaves who identified
with the Children of Israel, and
to a variety of religious sects in
the 20th century who claim to
be the only true descendants of
the early Jews, Rabbi Bleich
writes.
Of the groups and individuals
claiming to be Jews. Rabbi
Bleich reports the only ones
who have a fairly-well substan-
tiated claim to Jewish ancestry
(and who have been accepted
without conversion by some
rabbinic authorities) are the
Falashas, the Black Jews of
Ethiopia.
THEY ARE said to be de-
scended from the tribe of Dan
and have been recognized by
manv renowned rabbis and
scholars throughout the ages as
beinn Jewish, according to Rab-
bi Bleich.
Except for the Falashas, Dr.
Bleich savs, all contemporary
sects of Black Jews are known
to have been descended from
gentiles, and thus the "Jewish-
ness of such groups is of fairly
recent origin" and any claims
that they are descended from
the lost tribes "must be dis-
missed as sheer fabrication."
If a nerson claims Jewish
identity by virtue of conver-
sion rather than through direct
ancestrv and is unable to pro-
vide witnesses who would testi-
fy to his conversion, his be-
havior must be such as to sub-
stantiate that claim. Rabbi
Bleich said.
THIS WOULD include ob-
servance of all rituals and prac-
tices of Judaism and his recog-
nition by the entire community
as a convert, he said.
Rabbi Bleich maintains that
with the exception of "a small
number of individuals who have
been formally converted to Ju-
daism in recent years and who
have been recognized without
reservation as righteous con-
verts, those claiming to be
'Black Jews' fail to meet one or
more of these tests."
The appeal of Judaism to
blacks during this and the last
century is explained, according
to Rabbi Bleich, by the "Old
Testament accounts of the per-
secution and election of the peo-
ple of Israel, a ready appeal to
an enslaved people. Recently-
emancipated Negroes saw a
commonality of experience and
anticipation between themselves
and the Israelites of the Bible.
WHEN A Black Jew ha
converted, he must be treated
the same as a native-born Jew,
as must any proselyte, Rabbi
LEGAL NOTKf
Bleich reports. "The Tcah
pressly.forbids any tvpeV
crimination whatsoever.
"Any form of prejudice
er expressed in a word o-
constitutes a violation of
precept. The Torah does
countenance discrimin
against converts; nor doe*"
tolerate discrimination
righteous proselytes on
basis of color," he said.
UGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
SERVICES TO PERSONS UNABLE
TO PAY THEREFOR
SOUTH SHORE HOSPITAL aV
MEDICAL CENTER
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
The Hureau of Community Mrdiral
Ppcilitte*. I'onartment of Health and
Rehabilitative Services. State of Flor-
ida, has established the sum of
11(1.768 80 ai- the level of uncompen*at-
ed services to be made available by
South Shore Hospital ft Medical Cen-
ter in the neriod of June 1. 197S ti
Mav 31. 1876.
This determination has been made
pursuant to the requirements of the
remilations of the Public Health Serv-
ice. U.S. Department of Health. Edu-
cation, and Welfare. (42 CFR. 53.111)
and the applicable provisions of Flor-*
irta. Medical Facilities Conatruction
flan.
"Uncompenrated aervicaa" means
servicea available in the facility which
are made available to persona- unable
to pay therefor without charce or at
a-coarse which is less than the rea-
sonable coat of such services. Thn
level of such services is measured by
the difference between the amount
paid by Buch persons for-the aarvioea
and the reasonable cost thereof.
The level act out above- meets the
nresumrtuve compliance guidelines of
the federal reKulations and ts 10% of
all federal assistance provided the fa-
cility under the Hospital and Medical
F.-uilities Construction Act
South Shore Hospital at Medical Cen-
ter has the riant to determine how.
wl.en. and to whom hospital services
will be provided.
^here are no guidelines which posi-
tively identify a person or familv aa
elutiola to receive full or partial un-
compensated services Each case must
he evaluated on its own merits
_____________________________8/5/75
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the uriii.jrsieneil. deslrinc to enaase
In business under the fictitious name
of vh.i_,\r & vii.i.ar CTGARS at
8,77 SW 28 Street. Miami. Fla 33165
rejrlator said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
JOSE a VILLAR
9/J-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tld
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUll
OF FLORIDA IN AND F0R
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75.277M
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVMa
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE- The-marriaee nf
KLAUS BOETTCHER. husband
and
EI.KE BOETTCHER. wife
TO: El KE BOETTCHER
APENRADERSTRASSE-1
Fl.ENSHURG. WEST
GERMANY
YOU ARE HEREBY MO.
that an action for Dissolution ol)
'iage ha been filed aituinst nia.
you are required to serve a coajj
your written def.-nses. if any lotti
ARTHUR H, UP SON, attoraajj
Petitioner, whose address is iN j
Ocean Drive, Hallmnlale. Fla
33009, and file the original with
clerk of the above styled court onT
before October 10, 1W.'., otherwise]
default will be entered against
for the relief demanded in the
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal j
said court at Miami, Florida on
28h day of August. 1S75.
RII HARD P IIRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
IU It LIPP8
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcurt Court Seali
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM|I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCblTT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6087 (Dowlinaj|
In HE: Estate of
EVKI.YENE HAHHKI.I..
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pa
Having Claims or Demands
Said Estate:
Too are hereby notified and.,
quired U> present any claims and I
manda which you may have
the estate nf EVELYENE HAF
deceased late of Padr County,
Ida, to the Circuit Judges of
County, and file the same in duj
cate aud as provided In Section '"
Florida, Statutes. In their offices I
the County Court house in Dade i
fy. FWricls. within four
moatha from the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this ;
day of August. A D. 1S75.
ISAAC HARREIX
As Administrator
First publication of this notice i
the 5th day of September. 1975.
WOI^FSON. DIAMOND AND
I OGAN. PA.
By: RODNEY D LOGAN
Attorney for Administrator'
4n" Lincoln Roadsuite sG
Miami Beach. Florida 1313?
BEST WISHES
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY
VA,F>N.i
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MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
President, Frank J. Ccwio'a
LOCAL 655, A. F. oi M.
NOTiCE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
>siSLV.l.L ACTION N- 75-27958
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
iv dtt ,, OF M*RR'AGE
IN Hi-. Marriajre Hetw-een
JIDITH H FKI.miAN.
Petitioner
and
0 ZVl FI.I.HMAN
Respondent
< DAVID xvi PBLOMAN
Turnpike
K( w Gardens New York
,.P' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
foi Dlaaolanior, of Mar-
filed ajrainst vu ann
H reauired to serve a conv of
fcHBRWIN STAUBER. attornw for
I' net nrho i addn u fi Ar-
Kiorid 'ri"Vf i ''"' M1Wnl '"'""
.U\rl! It ".'I! f'.''' ""' "nL'i"''l with the
cierK nt Ui- above styled ,urt on or
", October v. ,.,;-. othorwlM a
Ul Will be entered && VoS
tor we relief demand-d in the com.
Dlalni or petition
, J!" I be Dubllahed once
vewoaa.
-.'th Rl.-MMU, P BRINKER
Ai Clerk, Clrculi Court
Dane I'numv ;, ,ia
By I. SNEEDBN '
_ ** D-nuiv cierk
"..^.u:t Court Seal)
yiEKWIN BTAt'BER. ESO
. H- id
13141
tor Petitioner
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
I hereby certify that MAIZUSBI
08TRO"WSKY, INC was n Hies
day of January. 19B1. ni.ori>rteJ1
der the lau yf the SUM of PW
with its principal place of bis*
al Miami (Dade County) Florida
I further certify thai ih<> abo" '
poration filed in this offlot ".
13th day if Aur.:-: 175, NOtWI
Intent to Voluntarll) Dlsaol
Section S08.27, Floi
GIVEN uiul. r my hand ana
Groat .<,.,: State of F
Ida, at Tallaha Uie < ^i
this the [1th d tj Al
BRUCE A. SMATHBU
Bi retar) Si it .
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF DISSOLUTION .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J 1
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN I
FOr. DADE COUNTY, FL0RW
Case No. 7"..'7831
GE.MERAL JURISDICTION DIVW
NOTICE TO DEFEND
in '<, The \i.-utm"'
MARY JANE BEl'TER,
Wiie/Petltlwer. Ai a
KEITH AKTHI HH EK.
Husband Resi '"'..-- Fi
YOU, KEITH A ,';'',,;,,
Creek Estates, Routi
ville,
x.uth Carolina, are JJjJL
tifled that a lawsull r JJ^JP
aaaj has been filed in uii<
by your wife, ajlegin* ai
i li..... la Irretrli vahl (,
are .imred to servo COW
" ,um.....*M2Sm*
or any other pap< r or | -'. '". ('
to. Up,, JOSEPH \..^% Jim
NW 7 Avenue. Miami, r '"[' "',.-
Phone 787,75t >"""'
Of record, not later than ^
197S, and to file th< ;'-;! 0tt
v.ith tl.c c-u-rk of this I '""T,-!
wise :i Defaull ; ;.'', ...
ynu for the Relief li man0*0
Petition. .. jiisi
Dati i. 19 tiuj isi
Florida .,.,, r\at
RICHARD P BBINhhB."'
Bv c. r COPE AND
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i"Jenifi FhridFfar
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flje
^abfemtcal 1$n$t
co-ordirated by the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associaticn
co-ditors
Dr. Max A. Lioschirz KAuoi Robert J. Crkand
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
m
Despite Our Wide Diversities,
e Form A Unique Fellowship
Question Box
\, RABBI RALPH KINGSLEY
President
eater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
IN BEHALF of the Greater
'Miami Rabbinical Associa-
Jon representing more than 70
fcform. Conservative and Or-
Exiox rabbis who serve our
Li>h community as pulpit and
Kini'ational rabbis, educators
m chaplains. I wish to extend
rhe readers of The Jewish
|r:J:an, their families and
h?nds. our best wishes for a
i: of health and peace and
ilfillment.
Ichaim Weizmann once told
hrry Truman that his iob was
so much more difficult
Truman's because although
MUD was President of 250
mm Americans, he (Weiz-
|vm) was President of two mil-
In presidents. Similarly I as
'.dent of the Rabbinical A"-
l:ia:ion am the "rabbi" of 70-
Ijs rabbis. I have no mean task
(assure you.
BUT DESPITE the wide di-
prstty of ages, backgrounds and
^ologies. we do form a unique
iHowship. What we have in
ptimon is a deeo love for Ju-
pisni and the Jewish people.
M a strons desire to work for
strengthening and better-
fcsnt of Jewish life..
[Accordingly, we come to-
per on a monthly basis, and
putimes, more frequently, to
are experiences, concerns
friendship as we engage tn
nt common task of being
iachers of Judaism.
(The fact that we 'may fre
pently differ on various Issues
mat two Jews agrees about
hvthing beyond how much the
p'i Jew should give to Tzeda-
a') is transcended by our
ling of mutual respect for
[? another, and our acceptance
the fact that we are all dif-
rsnt.
I IN ADDITION to our meetings
H joint study sessions and
h'N (we eo away together
W a year for a day of learn-
tand comradeship), the Asso-
ation sponsors two rpm'a'- TV
?erams "The Still Small
'." seen everv Sundav it
Ml. on Ch. 7. and "The
W Worship Hour." sen on
10 at 9:30 a.m.. also on
"My. We also contribute reg-
W to these pages.
nHHh our evecuti'-t* Vila
resident, we are in tourh with
rw Rabbin'cal Asstc'itionn.
! *1 as with th A'cMior-s-
. "ami. the M-troooUtan Fel-
*'|P of Churches and com
ln,tv 'ins. including gov
n*ient aR:ncies.
P*5Ji sit on manv of the
pmittees of our Greater Mi-
' Jewish Federation, both as
CrfS and as reDresenta-
L .' ,he Ribbinical A-wocia-
ta!n hdDinK t0 brin a
-, inner collusiveness to
iwishcommunity, and nro-
"te-wf ,d"e towen the
I non-svnagogue
KABBI KINGSLEY
cially significant. We rabbis are
not only concerned that our
own synagogues should be
strong. Wt sense the need for
interrelationship and coopera-
tion between rabbis and lay.men
on all levels in order to create
a strong and united Jewish
community.
The Association, incidentally,
is blessed in having Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff as its executive vice
president. Rabbi Schiff provides
the continuity as the officers of
our Association change-
It is he who represents us so
well at public functions and it
Is he who sees to it that the rec-
ords of actions and work are
kept, that communications go
ort on lime and that agendas
are well preoared.
Rabbi Schiff serves in his pri-
mary Tole as chaplain for the
C-*ater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
AS WE approach 5736, a full
agenda of challenges confronts
US, not only within the Inner
world of the synagogues, which
ar so central to Jewish survival
and which are beset with all of
th problems that these diffi-
cult times create, but within the
outer world itself, which beck-
ons us to mold it and to shaoe
it according to the visions
b-ou our nro*mts of old when they
fjrpgr^o^j of ie~" mar in safetv und*r bis "in- ">nd fis
tree, secure and unafraid.
Esreciallv t*M* ver Hi .
t"n our -Jtt-'ntion to the Unit\1
cMWrs of A"*"*-''^ wHi^h **
b-vm so hospitable to us for
t~n- than its ?00 v..T-= of of-
fj-i'.i ovit-nce as a nation.
Seldom has a land be-n so
recetrtive to us. Seldom has a
BMtwv of l*ws bnen ""nee in
harmnnv with th* teachings of
n-ir F"*h-ow R'^i concerning
t*. rioKts and dignity due the
individual.
WE CELEBRATE t':e Si"-"-
tonnfal as f'i'l na-ne-s w'th
o'her Americans and nrav for
the wMfare of this land and its
in^bitartts.
Y*t the State of Israel too. is
dear to usan integral part of
n-ir evi-:tQnc'* s Jews from the
ti-'e almost 3.Q0n vea-s ag>
when God charged Abraham to
"gn forth" to a land fiat He
would show him a land 1"-
sc-ib^d as "flowing with mil*
and honey."
H"w can wj amroach the
New Year without pledging o-i -
selves an^w to wo'l' for her
ooin: is esoe- safety and for the well-being of
those who live within her bor-
ders?
Both the U.S.A. and Israel
have been through much during
the past several years. One can-
not say with certainty that the
turmoil within either of them
is at an end.
BUT WHILE rising prices, un-
employment and a disnarirv be-
tween rich and poor still plague
Americans here at home, and
while terrorist activities, threats
of oil embargoes and boycotts,
as well as religious and political
oppression of the sort that is
directed against the Jews of
Russia and Syria, continue to
threaten the existence and se-
curity of Jews in Israel and the
world over, the New Year brings
with it. as always, the convic-
tion that things can change for
the better, even as men and na-
tions can reorder their priorities
and seek to "beat swords into
ploughshares" as it were.
Happily there are many good
signs upon the horizon, along
with some of the ominous
signals that continue to emerge
too often to suit us.
It is for us in this season of
newness to seize upon and to
strengthen those forces within
our world which seek to bring
justice and freedom to the op-
pressed, food and nourishment
to the hungry and peace to
those areas of the world which
have continued to b ravaged
by threats and acts of war.
Such is the challenge of the
Nw Year. May we seize it with
enthusiasm and courage.
TV Programs
SUNDAY, SEPT. 7
Jewish Worship Hour
WPLG, Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m.
No Program
Rosh Hashonah
Still Small Voice
WCKT-Ch. 7, 10 a.m.
No Program
Rosh Hashonah
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the purpose of the
chanting of Kol Nidre on che
eve of Yom Kippur?
Technically, the Kol Nidre is
a formula by which vows are
annulled. Some claim that in the
past year people pledged them-
selves to do many things, some
of which remained undone
Hence, these vows are annulled
before Yom Kippur starts so
that they enter the Day of
Atonement with a clean slate.
Others state that it is a dec-
laration for the year to come.
Man realizes that a resolve to do
good in the year ahead is just
as important as a search for for-
giveness for the sins of the year
past.
Understanding that man may
be tempted to make rash vows
in the year ahead, he attempts
to temper these with annul-
ments if they are things that
might not find possibility for
realization.
It is claimed by many that
the Kol Nidre formula achieved
such great importance either by
a melody which was compose 1
for it and caught the hearts of
worshippers, or because of the
experience of the Jewish people
during the Spanish Inquisition
During the Inquisition period
many vs took vows of a for-
eign religion which they were
enamelled to do under threat of
death.
Having m mind deep down
never to forsake their own reli-
gion, tbtsse Jews (called Marra-
nos) appeared in the synagogue
or were hidden in the forest?
secretly practicing their relig-
ion. They asked the absolvement
of .their vows which they had
been forced to take so that they
could still be regarded as mem-
bers of the chosen people.
Why is it required to have
two men, one on each side of
the cantor, standing next to
Wm during the recital of the
Kol Nidre?
Since the Kol Nidre is, tech-
nically, the act of absolving the
vows, it reouires a Beth Din.
A Beth Din is composed of
three men, and thus the cantor
is joined by a man at each
si'dt* in order to complete the
tribunal which absolves
vows of the neoole
the
Tms same triounal offers a
declaration before the Kol Ni-
dre is recited that all Jews who
df compelled to desert their
taith are now reaccepted into
the faith; and their vows,
along with all other vows be-
twsen neonle and the faith, will
be absolved.
Why does Jewish tradi-
tion insist upon burying the
dead as soon as possible?
Basically the practice was
derived from a passage in the
Bible which dealt with the
corpse of a criminal who had
been executed because of a
crime that carried a death
penalty with it.
The Bible writes that such a
person, whose corpse had been
hanged: "You shall not allow
his body to suspend from the
tree you shall bury him on
t^e same day" (Deuteronomy
21:23).
According to Ibn Ezra this
was a means of sanctifying the
holv land of Israel for whom it
would be a desecration to have
a corpse hanging overnight.
In Jerusalem there still is a
Tradition, somehow, which pro-
hibits holding a body overnight
in gmeral circumstances. This
prohibition has been extended
to other countries where tradi-
tionally, an attempt is made to
bury the corpse no latr than
the next dav.
Other commentaries (e.g.
Fforno) claim that the reason
for the prohibition is that man,
even in his bodily form, still
reflects the image of God (per-
haps because the body housed
the soul). Not to bury the corpse
as quickly as possible would
therefore be an insult to the
Creator in whose ima$e man
was made.
Others claim that withholding
the body from burial oys ex-
cess attention to the body of
man which could lead to over-
stress and even some sort of
deification of man's bodily
existence.
Why Must Jeivs Be Different?
!gom- ^ "resident of
AtionT f direCt0rS f
: ^ombined Jewish Appeal-
IrSttT*? Fund- as w"
WclnH,ook,therab-
'^M r 'ami t0 orovide
taSri?" ^-raising
f'thr"Tnc,,both in Miami
* 'tR noinr la
By RABBI NATHAN ZWITMAN
Congregation B'nai Zion,
Key West
As we approach the New
Year and the daily press an-
nounces "Jews to welcome.New
Year 5736," many of our non-
Jewish critics wonder "Why
must these Jews be different?
Everyone celebrates the New
Year in January, they have to
do so in September. Everyone
knows that the world is billions
of years old, they have to in-
sist that it was created only
5736 years ago."
My answer to these critics
would be. "If to be different
is to be right, then it is right
to be different."
Our Torah tells us to cele-
brate New Year in the seventh
month. September, coming from
the Latin word septem meaning
seven, originally was the se-
venth month, just as Octo-ber
was the eighth, Novem-ber the
Psn*h Decem-ber th.- tenth
month.
The Gregorian calendar now
universally used is the victim
oi the whims of emperors and
the wishes of the Church. Cae-
sar wanted a month named aft-
er him and so did Augustus,
and shace July had 31 Jays
Augustus insisted two days be
ix.^doi NAlhAN ZWITMAN
taken from February so that
August should aiiso have 31'
days.
Fv>pe Gregory had ame x.an-
inilatlng to do because he felt
that the first day of the year
should fall on the Circumcision
dav of the founder of Christian-
ity who was born eight days
earlier, Dec. 25, etc. etc
With regard to our claim that
the world was created 5735
years ago. we arrive at this fig-
ure by adding the ages of Bibli-
cal personalities beginning with
A lam and going on through the
Bible.
Adam was created six days
after the beginning of the world
he was thirty years old on
the day he was created, and
when you understand creation
and can believe that God "cre-
ates" (man can only 'make')
and He created Adam 30 years
old on the day of his birth, it
becomes easy to understand
that God created the world bil-
lions of years old on the day of
its birth with fossils millions of
years old and geologic forma-
tions pointing to ages beyond
human calculations, even the
evidence of an evolutionary
process all created in the
seventh month. 5736 years ago.
Happy Birthday, Mankind.


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rJewlsl\nwkhan
Friday, September J
Sept. 6th -7th
1975
Tishri 1-2
5736
*

We wish our many
friends a Joyous
Holiday Season.
May we take this
time to express our
thanks for your
patronage.
FOOD
FAIR
(?:
5
STORES


Federation: Yesterday's Achievement. Tomorrow's Hope
By HARRY B. SMITH
Preside-nt
MYRON I. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
Greatei Miami Jewish
Federation
-jMHS YEAR, 5736, will be a
' v( pecial one for the
h community of Greater
, On behalf of your corn-
's leaders, and your Fed-
i, v, 3 t-i'- pie isure in
ach an i every one of
i'ova," a good year
ill mark the 38th for your
in, the 200th for our
and the 5,736th for our
lie.
\o other people has endured
- of continuous, re-
corded history as we Jews have
ing proudly to the great
tree of life that is our living
01 R FAITH has sustained
us through times of oppression
and times of glory. And rather
tiian being shaken, it has be-
c ime enriched with the years.
The coming year is signifi-
cant since we. as American
Jews, can add our distinct ele-
ments of appreciation to the
tinted States at its Bicenten-
nial This is a celebration of
deep meaning for all Americans.
and a perfect time for Jews to
reflect on 200 fruitful years of
religious freedom, justice and
participation in the maintenance
of equality for all Americans.
At the same time, we in Great-
er Miami may reflect on the
development of our own Jewish
community. Its contributions to
the well-being of all Jews and,
through these, its value in mak-
ing the whole community a bet-
ter place to liveall attest to
the importance of our continued
si ngth as a Jewish commu-
nity.
IN JUST one year, for exam-
0 many important develop-
have occurred and so
programs undertaken by
the Jewish community, that the
ntion of some can begin to
HARRY B. SMITH
outline the goals we seek: equal-
ity, social justice, humanitarian
cai e.
These precspts of the Jewish
communitynot unlike those of
the entire American nation
continue to be cohesive forces
in the existence of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The productive energies put
to work for the community'^
benefit by your Federation have
taken so many excellent direc-
tions in just one year, that we
would like to use 5735 as an
example.
During the past year, your
Federation helped bring about
important advances in providing
services to our large elderly
population.
Establishment of the Federa-
tion Central Commission on the
Elderly and the work of an ad
hoc committee on housing for
the elderly serve to focus com-
munity concerns and to institute
programs where they may best
alleviate needs.
OF PRIMARY importance,
too. was the formation of a
Task Foice on Federation-Syna-
gogue Relations, catalyzing the
effort toward cooperation for
the benefit of all Jews. Federa-
tion's Leadership Development
program was reorganized and
set into action, benefiting po-
tential community leaders and
assuring knowledgeable leader-
ship for the Greater Miami of
the future.
GMJF's Community Relations
Committee was an influential
voice during the past year, ad-
dressing matters of Jewish con-
cern as acute as the oppression
i Soviet Jewry, and continued
terrorism in the Middle East.
JUST AS visible has been
Federation's Women's Division,
leading the nation in its Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund success and
yet placing equal importance on
the observance of Human Rights
Day and Interfaith Day, on edu-
cating its leaders through reg-
ular "learn-in" courses and edu-
cating the women of the entire
community on "Federation
Tuesday."
The past year's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund effort by the entire Jew-
ish community was marked
throughout by "We Are One,"
the expression of our solidarity
with the people of Israel and
Jews in every community. This
tremendous effort, as important
as life itself to thousands of
Jews in need of humanitarian
services, brought hundreds of
key personalities into the coop-
erative drive for CJA-IEF suc-
cess.
Two of the world's leading
symbols of Soviet Jewry's strug-
le, ballet stars Valery and Galina
Panov. made a special visit to
Miami in December to help
launch the 1975 CJA-IEF.
This was the year which set
aside the Purim to Passover
period as a month-long mora-
torium on all of Federation's
non-campaign activities, in view
of Israel's continuing emergency
needs. And the course of the
tiewish Fllondbl&n
Friday, September 5, 1975
-'. 17-B
High Holy Days and Israel Bonds: Your
Hole in Achievement of a Lasting Peace
Bj ROBERT L. SIEGEL
General Campaign Chairman
State of Israel Bonds
'jMIE APPROACHING period of
the High Holidays, which
s in an atmosphere of
itened hone for peace, will
focus on Israel's increased need
1 i Israel Bond resources to
carry forward its postwar eco-
nomic recovery, its urgent de-
velopment programs and the
creating of jobs for new immi-
grants from the Soviet Union
and other countries.
lioth as a people and as in-
dividuals, our concern for Is-
fael's future reaches its most
intensive level during the High
Holidays. In this most solemn
1. we seek new strength
her to help Israel meet the
serio.ua internal and ex-
ternal problems in its history.
DURING THE past 27 years,
than 1.5 million immi-
fiom many parts of the
Id, including survivors of
the Holocaust, refugees from
Arab countries and more re-
cently from the Soviet Union,
nave passed through the open
B ites of Israel where they began
? new life as citizens of the Jew-
ish Stateby right.
Today, that right is being
ROBERT SIEGEL
challenged. Thirty years after
the murder of six-million of our
people. 30 years after the defeat
of Hitler, 30 years after the lib-
eration of Auschwitz and Da-
chau, a new anti Semintism is
abroad in the world.
By escalating their economic
boycott of Israel, by blacklisting
firms dealing with Israel and all
Jewish and non-Jewish friends
of Israel, the Arabs hope to
achieve the economic strangula-
tion and destruction of the State
of Israel and the weakening and
isolation of the Jewish and non-
Jewish people as a whole.
ON THE High Holidays mem-
bers of congregations, the back-
bone of life-building effort, will
be called upon to enroll as
"Shomrei Yisrael" (Guardians
of Israel) through the purchase
of $1,000 or more in Israel
Bonds to strengthen and pre-
serve the State of Israel.
In the face of the clear and
present danger to Israel's eco-
nomic security and freedom,
this is the time to stand up and
be counted. In the face of the
clear and present danger to the
Jewish people as a whole, this
is the time to stand up and be
counted in the united action
against the Arab boycott and
blacklist.
Whenever our community has
been called upon to meet an al-
most impossible task, you have
responded with profound sup-
port for a nation which is strug-
gling to exist with pressures
from all sides.
This is the PAST and now
we must look forward to the
PRESENT today, tomorrow and
the next eight months.
NOW IS not the time to sit
back and reap the awards and
plaudits of last year's effort, as
great as they may be. but to
campaign saw appearances by
such distinguished figures : Is-
rael's Deputy Premier Yigal
Allon and Minnesota's Sen. Hu-
bert H. Humphrey, Jewish
Agency Chairman Pinchas Sa-
pir, Treasurer Leon D ilzin and
Director General Moshe Rivlin,
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz, Con-
gressman Charles V.inik. and
authoress-freedom fighter Ruth
Kluger.
This has spelled diverse per-
sonalities, all involved in furth-
ering CJA-IEF's universal cause:
one of Judaism's binding prin-
ciples, "Tzedakah"social jus-
tice for all through charitable
giving by all.
IF CJA-IEF allowed our Jew-
ish community the means to
express its indelible bond with
the people of Israel, it has been
equally influential in strength-
ening our local Jewish commu-
nity.
Through providing support
for Federation's growing family
of agencies and services, a
broad scope of new humanitar-
ian programs became available.
And the reach of already exist-
ing programs was augmented.
In Jewish education, the High
School in Israel became a focus
of national attention with stu-
dents from several communities
taking part in the exciting quin-
mester-for-credit program. Mi-
MYRON J. BRODIE
ami's Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education provided valuable
input into the curriculum of
Dade's public school system,
and began experimental projects
with local Jewish day schools
designed to integrate the learn-
ing of academic and religious-
oriented subjects.
The Hillel Jewish Student
Centers, with Federation re-
Continued on Page 18-B
Development of an electronic phone system by TelRad
Communications of Lod is one of the many science-based
projects financed with the aid of Israel Bonds. Shai Ro-
nen, a sanra and graduate of the Haifa Technion, is
shown at a prototype of an electronic telephone exchange.
reach deeply in our hearts and
minds for the ultimate achieve-
ment for our Israel.
They cannot do it without our
help, they cannot continue to
give 40 per cent of every dollar
they make to keep the corner-
stone of our people ever-going.
Israel needs our help and our
help we will give but not only
Israel benefits from your gen-
erosity.
We as American Jews benefit
too, for if Israel loses her free-
dom and the rights and choices
of her people, then we as Amer-
icans cannot survive.
THF HIGH Holidays tradi-
tionally mark the opening of the
fall phase of the Israel Bond
campaign, and. one again our
area's 26 s\ n i| will unite
together. Orthodox. Conserva-
tive and Reform displaying a
never-ending tradition of eco-
nomic support, as well as spirit-
ual kinship with the people of
Israel.
Israel's battle for economic
Continued on Page 18-B


ge 18-B
*Jeisl fkridtir
Friday, September 5
lfji
\)ov Prankel (left) chairman of the Manpower Depart-
ment, Magen David Adorn, and Chuim Vigolik (right)
director of the MDA's Jerusalem First Aid Station, visited
the United States recently to study ufe saving and life
supporting teciinuiues, emergency medical care and evac-
uation of wounded. With them are Joseph Handleman.
national president of American Red Magen David for
Israel, and the Hon. Evianuel CeUer, national chairman
of ARMDI. The tour included New York. Miami. Tampa.
Jacksonville, Los Angeles. Seattle and Chicago.
season's greetings
from
Wometco Enterprises, Inc.
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MR. IRVING GARBER,.Chairman of the Board
Frank R. Spence
City Manager of Minini B Best Withes to the Entire
Jewish Community for o Htfppy
and Healthy New Year
Federation: Hope_anj_AfhSevcment
1- n with sacred human rights and We celebrate \ ,
Continued from Page 17-B '',..,,,. ,mH with iustice foi cenfenmal as
sources, were able to expand
their presence on all four ol
Dade County's major coll 'Re
ca npuses to serve a uro
Jewish student population.
1 he pooiilar South Beach Ac-
ti^ (ties Center reopened Its
Washington Avenue facility to
accommodate hundreds more
senior citizens, while also reach-
ing out to elderly population
centers in North Dade.
JEWISH FAMILY and Chil-
dren's Service expanded its own
counseling facility for senior
Citizens, and the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
(Douglas Gardens) added a day
care center at Miami's Legion
Park and a second Outpatient
Mental Health Center on South
Beach.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida added a
Senior Aduit Camp to its most
.successful year ol summer day
Camping ever, and Mount Sinai
Medical Center begin exploring
the possibility of adding an out-1
patient clinic in the heavily-
populated South Beach area.
Mount Sinai and other area
hospitals and nursing homes
were also the recipients of in-
creased friendly visits bv spirit-
ual counselors through Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy
Service.
WHILE MAKING its much
needed ion placement service
community-wide, the Jewish Vo-
cational rvice also made avail-
"abV* a "Meals on Wheels'' dis-
tribution to the homebound, in
conjunction with JVS's success-
ful Nutrition Prou-am for the
Elderly on Miami Beach.
Perhans even more note-
worthy was (he success of the
Russian Resettlement Program.
combining the efforts of six Fed
eration agencies in absorbing
scores of newlv-arrived Soviet
Jewish immigrants into Miami's
Jewish community.
For this New Ye;.:, our "Shana
Tova" wishes combine ex-
treme pride and equal dedica-
tionwide in the achievements
Which this Jewish communitv
has brought about so far in its
brief hlstorv, ami dedication to
the nrincinh's which nave sus-
tained the Jewish people foi
5736 years
Th-s nrincmk's. appreciating:
the richness of life and dignity.
Israel Bonds
Contribution
h Peace !
C'on'inued from Page 17-B
survival can be wen through the
coincidence and support of our
community expressed in the
concrete faith of an Israel Bond.
Let your Bond be vour ballot,
your vote of confidence in Is-
rael, in its future and in the fu-
ture of the Jewish people.
If 7o per cent of the United
States Senate can stand up and
be counted in support of Israel's
security, is it not our obligation
and our responsibility to dem-
onstrate our unanimous support
for Israel's economic security
through Israel Bonds?
ABOVE ALL on this solemn
occasion, the second anniver-
sary of the Yoni Kippur War,
as we mourn the loss ol the
more than 3,006 voung men who
fell in defense of Israel, we must
reVdicate Qiir.s hvs to the sur-
vival and upbuilding of Israel, so
that their sacrifice will not tie
in vain.
Miainians stand up and be
counted! Our brethren n.-ed us
even more in the new vear
let's not let them down."
ireedoms, and with iustice foi cenfennwl as A,
a!V jelfsame ideals to we welcome 5735
v.mch ,., dedicate our .fforts on this occasion v
-Am and as Jews to- ^ of,,,,,
day
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fJen l$t> ITh}iriIdfnr)iin
Page 19-B
Ties to Israel No Substitute for Judaism
By DAVID LANDAU
KUSALEM (JTA) An attachment to Israel.
uilt on sentiment and a consciousness of the Holo-
cannot become a substitute for Judaism, Prof. Gerson
i, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
i (Conservative), told a seminar on "Israel and
World Jewry" held here recently. A dimension of greater
raliiy is required, Cohen insisted namely, the cen-
trality of the Jewish people.
He opened a session of the
seminar devoted to "The Cen-
liiilitv of Israel." The three-day
nar, attended by Jewish
.is from around the world,
was held at the home of, and
under the patronage of, Presi-
dent Ephraim Katzir. The press
was not invited to attend the
seminar.
THE REAL center of Jewish
life must be Jewishness, Cohen
continued. This would generate
multiple loyaltiesto the land
of Israel tn the people of Israel,
and to the Torah of Israel.
This view was challenged by
Prof Yitzhak Greenberg, of City
College of New York, who as-
serted that the Holocaust had
made Israel's centrality a fact.
It had brought to an end dia-
spora Judaism in the sense of a
way of life which took exile as
normative.
After the Yom Kippur War,
Greenberg continued, voices had
been raised in America suggest-
ing that American Jewry must
prepare for Jewish survival no
matter what happened to Israel.
THIS VIEW had been still-
born and treated with derision,
Greenberg said. Israel had in-
augurated a major new cycle
of Jewish history characterized
by Jewish sovereignty and self-
determination, he added.
On the subject of the dia-
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spora's influence on Israel's
policymaking, Prof. Charles
A, I Bar-Han University,
ted thai it was minimal.
Among the reas in i for this,
Liebman listed: the dias]
only limited efforts to try and
influence Israeli policies, bra-
el's own unwillingness to legiti-
mize, diaspora influence in its
policy-making, the absence of
political instruments for chan-
neling diaspora pressure, and
the secondary quality of dia-
spora leadership.
BRITAIN'S CHIEF Rabbi, Dr.
Jmmanuel Jakobovits. urged
more effective diaspora Israeli
consultations. He cited the re-
cent Israel government decision
to honor Lord Moyne's killers
with a state burial. Jewish lead-
ers in Britain had been horri-
fied by that decision, the Chief
Rabbi said. They should have
been consulted by Israel in ad-
vance, he added.
Prof. Nathan Rotenstreich, the
Hebrew University philosopher,
said the reality of the coexist-
ence between the State of Is-
rael and the Western diaspora
was the decisive reality of oui
generation.
The need for support had be-
come a more important basis
for the relationship than any
other consideration. He telt the
discussion should not center on
the centrality of Israel but on
the primacy of Israel over the
diaspora in the Jewish people's
scale of priorities.
KATZIR HIMSELF, who de-
livered a closing address on the
last day of the seminar, agreed
with many speakers who urged
a greater role for the diaspora
in links of all kinds with the
State of Israel. The process, he
said, should be reciprocalin
that the State of Israel should
figure more prominently in all
aspects of diaspora life, too.
Katzir surveyed the Jewish
people's unique ideals and his-
toric goals stressing that the
State of Israel could provide a
normalized basis and give di-
rection to the realization of
these ideals and goals.
The seminar's chairman, Prof.
Moshe Davis of the Hebrew
University's Institute for Con-
temporary Judaism, noted that
overseas participants in the
seminar had tended to speak
each of their own diaspora and
its special problems. There
were many diasporas, he noted,
even within a single geographi-]
cal community.
DAVIS SAID the seminar was
part of an ongoing effort to at-
tack world Jewry's current
problems on a scholarly level.
He referred to the previous
seminar at the President's home
which had produced the book
"The Yom Kippur War; Israel
and the Jewish People," edited
by Davis himself.
The first day of the seminar
had been devoted to problems
of Jewish identity, with one of
the main lectures delivered by
Prof. Zvi Gitelman of Michigan
and Tel Aviv Universities.
Analyzing Jewish identity in
the Soviet Union, Gitelman
said the recently held theory
that Soviet Jewry was the most
assimilated of all had been
thoroughly disproved by events.
In fact Soviet Jewry, while on
the whole thoroughly accultur-
ated, had not become assimilat-
ed but had retained its Jewish
identity.
GITELMAN ascribed this to
three causes: Soviet government
policy (which establishes offi-
cial identity and heavily influ-
ences the choice of identity by
the individual); secular, social,
economic and demographic
trends; and the perception of Is-
rael.
A recent Soviet immigrant to
Israel, Alexander Goldfarb. took
up this theme, saying that in
the USSR nationality is the only
identitv. and fo>- Jews the only
solution was to leave for Israel.
The seminar devoted its
second day to discussing anti-
Semitism. Dr. Haim Avni. of the
Hebrew University, said Latin
American Jewry has since the
Yom Kippur War found itself
facing a new anti-Semitism at
the governmental level.
Even soiw of the regimes
which are not anti-Zionist or
anti-Semitic might be hard put
to maintain their positions
while at the same time foster-
ing their ties with Arab extrem-
ist states.
THE NOTED Israeli Arabist,
Moshe Maoz reviewed anti-
Semitism in Arab lands. He
pointed out that the pre\ious
image of the Jew that was
common in the Arab world and
was not totally negative was
steadily giving way to a totally
. ::.i ab olutely negative stereo-
'. had become
octis of hostility
n Arabs. The greal
majority of the Arab masse:
- in unquestioning'
ly the (relatively) new am1
ish ideology which was pn
religion and tradition.
The disti- .i Jewish his-
torian, Salo Baron, termed anti-
Semitism "a disease of the gen-
tiles." What the Jews did was
always wrong to themand the
Jews' actual behavior was no*
a decisive factor. Anti-Semitism
said Baron, would last as long
as there was Jewish minority
existence and as long as it
could be useful for other pur-
poses.
.
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Accord With EEC
Creates Opportunity
For In vestment
NEW YORK IJTA) The
first phase of Israel's accord
the European Common
Market, which became effec-
tive last month, creates uniqu*
opportunities
vestors m Israel, the Govern-
ment of Israel Investment Au-
thority said htm.
The Free Trade Area agree-
fsraal Baacaased
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bes an initial 60 pi
reduction 01
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ontries and
calls I nag out
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2 Local Artists
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Two local artist! Marcia
Kaneraaser and Hal Kaye.
exhibit the:r works at the La
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pie Bert Shalom froai ser- :
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fJemsti IftiDrSdliiaim
Page 2IB
Two Soviet Coins in the Trade Fountain
B JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
\\ Vi.AUTON (JTA) -
jhere U a wowing feeling hsre
lin some circles that the Soviet
?JJpudiaflon of JAv. 1972 trade
Was intended to ac
complish two thins* among, per-
ji u p -. others.
I wi to destroy S n.
Jacks >n D Wash ) as
a | -. .1 presi 'ntial ca \
tiat. second was to advance
; : i .. i Seer IV.\ 0
\ t ;' put
tit!. blame i Jackson aid
'inti affairs" and not saying
ab >u Kissing rs a>
n his Ocl 18 letl ar to
,!'.!,. which lord aiso a\y
v y
SOMi MERE g >o far is to
saj l ine So\iet attack on
.],. i was designed with the
iOSEPH UXAM
JEWELERS, INC.
IN lOVINC MMORY
Of our rwmcR
JOSEPH
URAM
THE
URAM
FAMILY
heln cf some Americans knowl-
edgi abl In the high politics of
the 11 idential campaign that is
em rging. .
5in#wiy! u i, bstng said I
Soviet Communi t Party Secre
tary Leonid I. Br zhnev's can-
til ation of !-; i isil ; > :' >ypt,
Syria and Iraq wa3 a chara le also
dec with i"i .- >ki ov A. ol
M b hingt .n !.) i h
o'vioi live ( : i < k
" i'-" h '
?<> < | ','v:>r- W j;l 1 :in.-e .' .
In big o .; n or Isra?! i
withd av E rord in
and Syria I into in;
hed th i ra-? is.
TTTP is su rti '. th i
c-'.'ni is:-- ei i ml o"iai .! i ors
arc r.i\\ 1E1 I i d the gr 'it
fc&l by Fgvptian Pr i! nt An-
war Sadat in "chains" the Rus-
sians out. of Egypt two years ago.
h is fu.ther believed thnt Sa-
d;>t )= engaging in a charad? for
psychological mtrooeo* in saying
fiat hr is for st**n-hv-t' tiations and peace with Israel.
Why. it is being asked, was
the interview in Le Monde of
Paris not published in full in the
Arabic press in the Middle East?
ALSO, why was the interview
bepun by an aide whispering in
Sadat's ear and Sadat exclaiming
fiercely that he had enough of
the fedayeen and terrorists?
This exclamation started the
interview that Le Monde actually
published, and it fit well into the
fact that Sadat visited France re-
cently, anil Prance is irritated
with tho Palestinians because of
the two terrorist incidents at
Orly Airport.
I has, the theatricahsms of
both the Brezhnev cancellation
and th? Sadat interview are seen
as elements woven together as
part of a psychological campaign
to mislead Israeli officialdom an/1
public opinion .lod, of cows .
Western opinion that will accept
the words and actions as being
sincere
Southeast Florida Region To Hold
Brotherhood Retreat Oct. 3-5
Tiie annual weekend retreat
i >r all Brotherhood members of
t'i Southeast Florida Region
rid theii' wives and guests, will
D.' held Oct. 3-5 at Hollywood
s C tun! y Club and Holi-
Ihn, 1 1 00 Hollywood Blvd..
it has bj. n announced.
The retreat, theme of which
is "World Jewry and Its Sur-
vival,' will be an informal gath-
e.ing with time allowed for ten-
nio, golf and swimming; reser-
vations will close Sept. 24. and
may be secured after that on
a space available basis only.
Kabbi Sanford Shapero, Union
of American Hebrew Congre-
gations director in Miami, will
be the speaker Friday, Oct. 3,
at the 8 p.m. meeting which
follows a 7 p.m. dinner.
followed by a free period.
The 7 p.m. Ha'dalah service
will be conducted by Cantor
Jerome Klement of Temple
Emanu-El, Fort Laudcrdale.
Prof. Seymour B. Liebman of
the University of Miami, presi-
dent of the Jewish Historical
Society, will address the 7:15'
p.m. banquet guests.
Sunday's 10 a.m. business
session will include elections
and the presentation of awards.
Check out time is 11:30 a.m.
For reservations and infor-
mation contact Albert Roth,
president, Golden Beach, or
Milt Jacobs, 4801 Van Buren
St.. Hollywood.
Community Singers
Beginning 23rd Year
The Miami Beach Commu-
ne. Singers will beein its 23rd
Consecutive year of existence
by holding its first weekly re-
hearsal Thursday, Sept. 18, at
7:30 p:.m. in Ida Fisher Junior
High School, 1424 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach. Joseph Mooney
is director of the group. Addi-
tional singers in all categories
are being sought. Contact Na-
than Aucrbach or Louis T.
Levin for additional informa-
tion
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IN LOVING MEMORY
OF MY DEARLY
BELOVED HUSBAND
ALBERT A.
ZALKA
You will always be in
my Heart and Thoughts
BETTY S. ZALKA
Your Children and Sister
Mourn Your Loss
Saturday morning is free; the
first meeting, at 1:30 p.m., will
feature Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe j
of Temple Beth El, Hollywood.'
as the speaker. Rabbi N. T. I
Mendel of Temple Beth El. I
Boca Raton, will address the;
2:30 p.m. session, which will be I
In Memory Of
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In an area en hanced with
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French Urge Rehabilitation
Of Julius, Ethel Rosenberg
By CHERYL MALSERT
PARIS CJTA) An open letter appealing for the
rehabilitation of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg and Morton
Sobel has been signed by 10,000 people, a spokesman for
the Movement Against Racism and Anti-Semitism and for
Peace (MRAP) told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The public reaction has been enormous, and signatures
are still coming in, the spokesman said.
sonalities have agreed to pub-
lish their names at the top of
the list of signatures.
They include liberal poet and
author Max-Pol Fouchet. inter-
nationally known pantomime
artist Marcel Marceau, theater
director Jack Lang, and actress
Marina Vlady.
The MRAP is a liberal or-
ganization, based in Paris,
whose goal is to defend groups
and individuals against acts oi
racism or anti-Semitism.
FRENCH PUBLIC opinion
was recently stimulated by a
three-hour French television
broadcast covering the Rosen-
berg trial. After the film re-
enacting scenes of the moment,
the Rosenberg's two sons par-
ticipated in a 1 '.-vised discus-
sion of the affair.
The television program trig-
gered a reaction in tl'e hearts
of the humanitarian minded
French. Newspapers headlined
the Rosenl air for a week,
emphasizing the anti-Semitic
overtones of the trial.
Faced with this icaction
among the public and among it*
own members the MRAP felt if
was duty bound to voice it
opinion.
AT THE time of the Rosen-
berg trial, the MRAP, along
with several 1 ench-Jewiafe or-
ganizations voiced stiong pro-
tests against the witch-hunt ind
anti-Semitic aspects of the 'rial.
Before launching the appeal
letter, MRAP leaders met with
Sobel and the two Ros.
sons who had com; to Paris
especially for the television
program deb.-? They igr? d to
help coordinate the French
campaign with the Campaign in
the United Stales.
A mrrh n French per.
Long Named By
National Airlines
National Airlines has created
a special international travel
development program here, and
named Lonnie Long as interna-
tional marketing coordinator.
The airline also has named
international marketing coordi-
nators in five other key system
cities which originate substan-
tial traffic on National's Miami-
London route.
"This is a major step in Na-
tional's continuing program to
improve its ability to help trav-
el agents cope with the rapid
changes in international travel
requirements and demands."
said Charles J. Unser, district
marketing manager.
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claims to have 15.000 members
throughout France.
EXHIBIT Washington Fed-
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paintings by Stephen Pressler
at its main office, 1701 Merid-
ian Ave., Miami Beach, through
Sept. IS. A native of Austin.
Tex., the artist studied at the
University of Texas, the Yale
Summer School of Art in Nor-
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Paee 2. ,
production Base, Not Israel* Depletes
I .$. Army Combat Readiness
WA:
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fcrms
I ,,\i n
leader
S
insFl'H POl.AKOFF
. ;,\,;T,)\ (JTA)
. i-r.ic'. with vvrap-
.,. .-tripping hare the U.S.
fclSftl lv boon shot
i,x Defeuc Dpartmnt
t:ir\ ol IH'fonse James R
inaer himself is known to
bo annoyed by officers making
general observations of the
army's au,uipnwit fom their
knowledge of only small seg-
ments of it* operations.
TIIK ARMY'S new Chief of
staff. Gen. Fred ('. Weyand, has
publicly declared that the main
reason the army found itself
with a tank shortage was not sales
to Israel and other countries hut
that "we let our production base
Weyand disagreed with some
Officers who have charged that
the requirement to ship tanks
to Nrael and other countries in-
cluding Iran. Saudi Arabia and
Ethiopia, has seriously damaged
army combat readiness.
[Gould Announces Election Of
liilliarmonic Officers, Board
Asked if he feels the arm), h
dan)i r tuslv jhort of tanks and
other ( luioraent. Weyand re-
plied, "No I don't."
THE ARMY, he said, is about
1.800 tanks short of its current
requirement of slightly more
than 10.000 tanks. Weyand said
that if the tank shortage "should
get to the noint where it would
affect training and nir.rale. I
wou'd b deenlv roncomed. but
it is not at that point."
The Pentagon confirmed to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the army has organized a new
tank production group to expe-
dite conversion of M 48 tanks to
ha\ e i nil '.he le\
M-80 units and increased produc-
tion of th Istter from 30 i it I
.' month
The Pentagon also said thai t
does not think the readiness I
the U.S. four, has been "degrad-
ed to any significant extent' iy
its arms deal with Iran.
THIS COMMENT came aft r
Rep. C!:nence 1). Long | D !Hd
(!i-closed he had learned th it
President Nixon made major
secret .inns commitments to the
Shah of Iran in May. 1972. wit -
out national security studies ol
ing any increase in the peril to
its possible consequences, incli
"the friendly Stale of Israel."
Long said that U.S. arm-, sales
to Iran totaled between $8.9 b -
lion and S'i.8 billion during the
ruuri two yean alone.
Emil 1 Gould, president of
Hie Greater Miami Philharmon-
ic Society, has announced the
Ejstructui ing of the society and
[he election of officers, the ex-
ecutive committee and board.
"We have increased the size
lof the Philharmonic Board of
Mrectors t<> create broader
^immunity representation and
have sought to strengthen the
orchestra's ability to seek in-
teased community support,"
Laid Mr. Could, the society's
bunding president who served
Broin 1964-68.
"I am also very pleased to
Sec .in additional number of
Prominent people who have
been willing to join us. We will
bo able to announce an out-
nandini season of concert
Hates, guesl conductors and
Soloists for the 1975-76 season
|n Miami and Miami Beach."
Dale Heapps lias been ap-
pointed general manager of the
prche&tra. Mr. Heapps served
is representative for the
Metropolitan Opera for 13
ears, and for the past several
years has been associated with
iurok I oncerts, Inc. both in
publicity and in sales. He was
the southern representative for
pliHi organization.
lite new officers are Larry
Homer, | resident elect;
Bean Davis, Evelyn Spitalny and
William S. Ruben, vice presi-
dents; i- oh Z. Fleming, sec-
anJ Move Hudson, treas-
|rer.
Ah aii :' Chapman, Jr., James
HcLam John R. Ring, Rob-
krt Macht and Murry Wood
have been elected to the exce-
ptive committee.
. The hoard of directors in-
Nudes: dark Ashe, Alfred Bar-
ton. Elaine Bloom. James
Broun. Sherman Clark, John
Corrigan, J. Montgomery Cur-
tis, Judy Davidson. Jorge Del-
gado, David A. Doheny, Clyde
I'yfe. Edward C. Fogg. Ill, Law-
rence M. Gould. Arthur Horo-
witz. Sissy Kaplan. Julian H.
Kreeger, Ronald Upton, Bobbie
Litt. Maurice Lowenthal, Mat-
thew Mellon. I'.lda Menendez,
Harry Nathenson. Rod Over-
bold. Larry Porter. Alan L. .
Radcllff, Fdie Ross. Ruth Sa-
martino. Dr. Herman Selinsky, ;
Juan Serralles, Don Shoemaker.
Diego Snare/. Stewart Thomas.

Blood Pressure
Checks Are Free
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association and the Heart
Association of Miami will spon-
sor a free blood pressure check
Monday at Flagler Federal's
Miami Beach Office located at
1050 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Units will be t up in the
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Friday, Septembe
<" 5.

Ketubbah Sets Forth Financial Obligations ol the Groom to His Bride
. __T'i- By DR. FREDERICK LACHMAN
Encyclopaedia Judaica
Q. What it a "Ketubbah?"
A. The KBTUBBAH is a do-
cument recording the financial
obligations which the husband
undertakes toward his wife in
respect of. and consequent to,
their marriage. At the present
time a standard form a ketub-
bah deed is normally used which
is read before the bridegroom
and the witnesses and signed by
them, the authoritative En-
cyclopaedia Judaica reports.
Vie ketubbah was instituted
for the purpose of protecting
the woman, i.e.. in order to
renuer it difficult for the hus-
band to divorce his wife by
obliging him to pay her. in the
event of a divorce, the sum
mentioned in the ketubbah,
which generally exceeded the
sum due to her according to
law.
The amounts specified in the
ketubbah deed are those of the
"main" Ketubbah and its incre-
ment and those of the dowry
and its increment. which
amounts the wife is entitled to
receive upon divorce or the
death of her husband. The
"main" ketubbah. says the Ju
Uaica, is the amount determined
by iaw as the minimum that th;
wife is entitled to receive from
her husband or his estate on
the dissolution of the marriage.
If the husband so wishe h<
may add to the minimum
a"u..;nt of the ketubbah, an in-
crement. Th.' eeneraJ custom at
t''e oresent ti^e is to grant the
ircre:rert ani thi< is a'-:o re-
flected in the standard form of
th* et ed.
In addition to the above-
knenffned amounts .: i--
lo fixed in the ketubbah deed
the amount which t'-e husband,
of his own free will ano by
virtue of his underta! ing under
th i- -mbbah self liable to return to his wife,
when he pays her the ketubbah
as the equivalent of her dowrv.
The husband's liability to re-
turn this amount becomes a
monetary debt.
In cases where the wife "for-
feits her ketubbah the effect
in general, is that the husband
is released from his liability to
pay her those portions of the
ketubbah which ha dto come
out of his own pocket, i.e.. the
main ketubbah and its incre-
ment: in the absence of any ex-
press halakhic tine to the con-
trary, the wife does not forfeit
the dowry or its equivalent
which is regarded as her own
property, even when she is ob-
liged to accent a bill of divorce
with forfeiture of her ketubbah.
Reform Judaism has dropped
the use of the traditional ketub-
bah. Instead, most Reform rab-
bis issue a marriage certificate
drawn up by the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis
(Reform). The certificate makes
no reference to the halakhic
formulations of the traditional
ketubbah.
The wife's rights under the
ketubbah are unaffected by the
laws of the State of Israel. How-
ever, according to the Succes-
sion Law 5T25 1965. whatever
she receives on the strength of
her ketubbah must be taken into
accoup' against her rights of
inheritance or of maintenance
from 'he estate of her deceased
husband, the Encyclopaedia
Judava conchaJ.
The Shofar is an animal's
horn r epared 'or u.--. as a
born prepared tor use as a
musical instrument. Together
with the reed, it is one of the
earliest musical instruments
known to man which is still in
use. says the authoritative En-
cyclopaedia Judaica. It is men-
tioned 69 times in the Bible and
frequently in talmudic and post-
talmudic literature.
The shofar is first mentioned
in Exodus 19:16 at the
theophany on Sinai. It was used
to proclaim the Jubilee Year
and the proclamation on "free-
dom throughout the land" (Lev.
25:9-10.), tne \erse which is en-
graved u,.on the Liberty Bell
in Philaaelnhia. It was to be
. indeJ :i Rosh Hashona.
is ^ >signated as "Yom
ah ("A a ly ol blowing;"
29:1). It was also used
as an accompaniment to other
musical instruments in proces-
sionals us a signal, as a clarion
Cdll to war, and in order to in-
duce fear.
When used in the Temple, the
shofar was usually sounded in
conjunction with the trumpet,
the Encyclopedia Judaica re-
ports. The Talmud states that
the trumpet was made of silver
while the processed horn of one
of the five species of animal
sheep, goat, mountain goat,
antelope, and gazellewas used
to fulfill the ritual command-
ment of the sounding of the
shofar. It further declares that.
the shofar should preferably be |
made of a ram's or wild goat's
horn, because they are curved.
Traditionally a ram's horn is
sounded on those days because
of its connection with the sacri-
fice of Isaac, the story of which |
is the Torah reading for the sec
ond day of the festival. Con-
versely, a cow's horn may not
be used because of the incident
of the golden calf. The shofar
may not tie painted, though it
can be guilded or carved with
artistic designs, so long as the
mouthpiece remains natural.
The Bible refers to two kinds
of trumpet sounds: teki'ah and
teru'ah (Num. 10:5-8). The
Mishnah describes the teki'ah
as a long blast and the teru'ah
as three yevavot, a wavering
crying blast. It prescribes three
sets of shofar sounds since the
word teru'ah is mentioned in
the Bible three times (Lev.
23:24. 25:9. and Num. 29:1).
each set to consist of a teki'ah,
a teru'ah and a teki'ah thrice
repeated.
During the month of Elul the
shofar is blown from the second
day of the new month to i
in the penitential season. There
is a tradition that Moses as-
endo. Mount Sinai for the sec-
ond time on Rosh Hodesh Elul
and that the shofar was sounded
so that the children of Israel
might not be misled. Thus, ong-
inallv it was blown only on the
first dav of Rosh Hodesh blul.
Todav it is sounded daily, ex-
cept for the last day. through-
out the month at morning serv-
ice until Rosh Hashona is
over, and once more on the Day
onement at the conclusion
of the final sen ice (Ne'ilah).
This last, tou^h, is a more re-
cent custom.
The shofar may be sounded
in the daytime. Women
are exempt from
:'lent to listen to
its i>lac in the
'-:-; itu .1 that
R ish Ha-
shona occurs on the Sabbath
the shofar is not blown, the \Z
ditional reason being "Jest k,
carry it (the shofar) from o*
domain to another (in violatb
of the Sabbath)." When Z
Temple was in existence it *-.
sounded there even on the Sab-^
bath, but not elsewhere.
In modern times the shofai
is used at the inauguration of a
new president of Israel. Duriw
the Six-Day War in June, l^
the chief rabbi of the Israel
army blew it at the Western
Wall after its liberation by the
Israel Defense Force, using the
same shofar which he had
sounded on Mt. Sinai in 195ij.
More and more in modern Is-
rael, the Judaica concludes, the
shofar ha1- been used to mark
various solemn occasions espe-
cially by the oriental com*
nities.
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INTO JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION
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After 4 Years, Student At
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Beginning this year," a stu-
dent who has been in attend-
ance in Beth David's weekday
'. afternoon and Sunday morninn
I Relipious School for four con-
secutive years or its equivalent
will graduate from the Elemen-
jarv Division into the Junior
High Division.
"There, he will find a pro-
gram geared to the things that
are beginning to interest him
Jewishly," says Rabbi Marvin
Rose, the temple's young edu-
di rector.
the time of the Bar/
Bal Mi! ivah occurs, it will be
is the exit from Jew-
ation, but merely as
an important milestone in life
and .'i- t ven a greater challenge
to pursue his studies with a
more mature mind."
Beth David Junior Pro-
gram is a two-year, two-day-a-
week program that is totally
separate from the Elementary
Div sion Classes are held at
Beth David South. 7500 SW
120th St., Tuesday evenings
fron 7 00 9:00 and Sundays
from 9 00 11:00 am.
While only those who have
completed at least lour consec-
- of three-day-a-wee!<
cation or its
" :i are eligible to grad-
iati I the Junior High pro-
may, with the per
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ige sale Sunday. Oct.
18, from u a.m. until 4 p.m. at
the home of Evelyn Clein.
I u lie proceeds will go to-
: work at the Home-
Force Base Hospital
and the Miami VA Hospital,
according to Hertha Mink, the
newly "appointed hospital chair-
man. Plans were also discussed
for a donor program .
. Sylvia Dubbin and Jackie
Roe. cochairman of an auction I
io be held later this year, gave I
a report on the progress of the
committee.
The next meeting of the Aux-
iliary will be held Tuesday at
il Temple Beth Am.
Mizrachi Women
Meeting Tuesday
Chapter of American
-chi Women will meet
I 1 p.m. in the club-'
room cf loo Lincoln Rd
iegei president, has
8 firsr meeting o. the
ntu year to lay plans for the.
chapter's activities. All are wel-!
' of the afternoon
will be ;. special convention re-
;,n:' Of the Jubilee Year Cele- '
ot AMW in Israel, to
25 Florida Council mem-
few, by Lily Stone, nation-
al vice president
Rachel Katz, president of Mi-
"mi Rch Chapter, has an-
nounced a meeting Tuesday at
P-m in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
rector, audit the courses.
Two hours each week will be
spent on Conversational He-
brew, taught on two separate

RABBI MARVIN ROSE
levels by Mrs. Hadassah Blum.
As in a Chug Ivri, any subject
of interest to the students may
be discussed, but the ground
rule is that only Hebrew mav
be spoken.
The lower level course Is de-
signed for students with at least
a reading knowledg? of Hebrew,
but arrangements may be made
for students who have never
learned to read Hebrew.
Bible will be studied in Eng-
lish for one hour each week.
; be seventh grade will be study-
ing the Early Prophets in light
Ol traditional and contemporary
commentaries and modern at-
chaeology. Included will be se-
lections from the books of
Joshua, Judges, Samuel and
Kings.
The eighth grade class will be
studying the Later Prophets and
will be addressing themselves to
such questions as "What is a
prophet?" "Did the prophets
disagree with the Torah?" and
"Can there be prophets today?"
Selections from the books ot
Amos. Jeremiah, Isaiah and
Ezekiel will be studied with an
eye toward the prophet's mes-
sage tor his own dav and for to-
dav. The Bible courses will be
taught by Mrs. Naomi Resnick.
F.-ch vear. three electives
will b~ offered, on" hour a week
for ?n 11-week trimester. The
electives are chosen by majority
vote in each class.
The most nopular choice for
t*e first trimester in both
classes was "The Jewish Com-
munity of South Florida," taught
bv Elliot Greene, who is coordi-
nating a similar course for all
the Jewish Community Centers
in thp region. The course will
Include sneakers and at least
one field trin. Electives to be
offered, in the next trimester
mav include the Holocaust and
Soviet Jewry.
"Enrollment for the Junior
High Division has been nothing
short of phenomenal," said Rab-
bi Rose. "Many students who
had dropped out at Bar/Bat
Mitzvah are now coming back
and it's entirely possible that
next year's graduation class
may exceed the enrollment for
Aleph."
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"At Hollybrook we're offerina
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variety of salad plates. A cater-
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starting in November the res-
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For tennis buffs there are
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-< II l When all 14 a-e oocra-
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t>cb iclitv include* a laree
atviamiNU nool and sun deck.
shaffiebeard courts and barbe-
cue BUM. Another satellite -acil-
,-. j< planned for the final phase
of development
Tb"e also are a wide varietv
e-iltifr.il ani social activities
imri r the MMrviskNi of a resi-
tVnt entertainment rommittee.
Tr*~v ran?-1 from classes in voea
and needlepoint to dancing.
bride* ond binso. gnlf tourna-
ments, fishing excursions, guest
lecturers and choral groups.
bow ling leaeues. planned pool
parties, clubhouse buffets and
nightclub Hjee entertainment.
"We feel Hollybrook has the
MOSt comprehensive recreation-
al and social activities program
in South Florida." says Garcia.
emphasizing that permanent
Hollybrook residents to not have
to pay greens fees or clubhouse
membership dues.
When a person purchases a
condominium at Hollvbrook. the
nolf, tennis and clubhouse facil-
ities are all inclusive."
And. for persons currently
renting condominiums under
Hollybrook's unique rental pro-
gram, a Vacation Guest Club has
been established permitting two
persona per apartment to un-
limited use of all "olf. tennis,
clubhouse and satellite recrea-
tion facilities with no member-
ship dues or greens fees.
A limited number of choice
once ano two bedroom condo-
miniums are now available from
"05.100 and $30,500 respective-
ly
Hollybrook is located three
miles west of Florida's Turnpike
off Hollv.vood Boulevard at
Douglas Road. The sales center
is onen daily from 9 a.m. to 5
P.m.
Jan Pfeiffer Named V-P Of
Flagship First National Bank
Tbo board of directors of
Flagship First National Bank of
Miami Beach has announced the
appointment of Jan Pfeiffer as
vice president.
>! s ptei'fer joined the bank
in 1973 as an assistant vice
president for business develop-
ment. Before joining Flagship,
she advanced through various
levels of responsibility during
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in New Jen
Fducated at Pottstown Busi-
ness College and Montclair State
College. M'-s. Pfeiffer has also
taken numerous courses under
the A.IB. and the Bankers
Business Development Institute.
Professionally. Mrs, Pfeiffer
serves on the board of govern-
ors for the Dade Chapter of the
American Institute of Banking
and as treasurer of the North
Dade Group of the National As-
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In addition, her community
involvement includes the board
of directors of the Miami Beach
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Health Club at Jersey City Jew-
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City, N.J., Monday, it has been
announced.
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and received his degree in
Physical Education and Recrea-
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the Jewish Community Center
in New Orleans. La.. Stuart
moved on to < bigger Chal-
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Community Center
From Detroit. Stuart moved
up to the post of health and
physical education instructor at
the Reading Jewish Community
Center in Reading. Fa., where
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Page 27-B
Beth Vin Introduces 'Chavurot' In
IOiIj Grade Confirmation Program
\m, in South
v oduce a new ao-
i Us Confirmation pro-
grqa p4rt.begin-
ninsthT "< ,
111 involve the
rot"fellowship"
ill meet every
u it the temple.
neni of Chavu-
to the de-
, t of the vounc
s Of B sense of
;ir lives," says
>k, associate
a Beth Am.
i intended to
|v together fo>-
noup expert-
"
:; a maximum
, v aided by
an jroup leader
itor and re-
-
>e activity and
and tvnical
include creative
ither oreced-
i bat dinner
in Ones Shah-
i ity) projects;
cultural events and guest dis-
cussion leaders.
There will also be social ac-
tivities. Each group will estab-
lish its own identity within the
framework of preparation for
Confirmation.
The Confirmation Class at
Beth Am normally includes
a*vut 125 young people. This
will mean that five "Chavurot"
will, op rate independently with-
in thv larger class.
The ''ouna; v ople will meet
regulaily Moncay evenings. In
addition to theii "Chavurot"
s'ssions. they will have an hour
oi intormal study which will In-
,i,, | c ... s ., on "Hasidism and
Modern Man." "Living as a Re-
form Jew." "Jews in American
Lil ." i e, Sex, and Mar-
ri ig ." and a colleg credit
cottrsi i opt nal on the Bible
The Monday night Confirma-
tion projj i v.' ich also in-
cludes ;i:"i' ties for about 120
ninth graders, is coordinated bv
ii Cook. Rabbi Mitchell
Chefitz, n_ a socials rabbi for
the congregation, will teach the
Bible course for college credit.
Brenner To Address Council's
1st Meeting Of Year Sept. 10
Ha Id 8 tner of Washing-
ion. D.( isociate national
ir. x iti ;ctor of B'nai
B'rith, v id '.'ess the first
ir of the South
I )i B'nai B'rith
: iy evening.
: President Bar-
has announced.
traveled exten-
i : the United
St 1.1.i other parts
stimulating and
-hip growth
iccording to
lere will help
isive tnember-
"75-76 year.
n, M.D., B'nai
. membership
nd Robert Fein-
i membership
ill be in at-
nce.
B'nai B'rith at
a Iquarters in
>nner, a native
ved as presi-
u B'rith Good-
is president of
Iff
T
HAROLD BRENNER
Congregation B'nai Israel.
Membership awards will be
presented to various individual
Dade County lodges for their ef-
forts during the past year at the
Sept. 10 meeting, which will be
held at 8 p.m. in the Jefferson
National Bank Building. Miami
Beach.
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^JenistfkridK^r
Friday, Septembc
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FROM AMBULATORY ILDF.RLY
Miami Beach Home For The Aged
Eases Eligibility Requirement
The Miami Beach Hebrew-
Home for the Aged has eased
is now accepting applications
its eligibility requirements and
from the elderly in all counties
in the state of Florida.
Leonard Zilbert. president,
said that the expansion of the
home will allow for the ad
ting of those most in need A
its multiple services and total-
care protection.
Priority will go to ambulatory
men and women who are alone,
in modest circumstances and
medically eligible for the home's
residential section: applicant*
will be considered on the basis
of their financial, psychological,
and social needs.
Mr. Zilbert urged those eli-
gible to apply now while they
are ambulatory and can enjoy
the home's many recreational,
cultural and educational fea-
tures.
Noting that there still remains
a long waiting list of those who
are not ambulatory and need
immediate entrv to the nursing
care section. Mr. Zilbert stres-
sed. "Once you are a resident
you can remain if you become
sick or bedridden and you will
have immediate access to th*
jed care facility."
The president reminded that
the philosophy of the 17-year-
old home is to help others. "The
commandment." he noted.
K>n us to take ca
the ;. I we are taught this
is a moral responsibility."
Mr. Zilbert added that the
home is designed not only to
provide protection and shelter
for its aged, but to add to the
aualitv of life and maintain each

LEONARD ZILBERT
resident's individual sense
merit and digni
"Too many po
homeless old people, live
meager pensions \u-
rooms with neither the stren
or sometime:)
medical atten'io
,4jj. r>er*ot^ wh.. win reci
priority,' promised Mr. Zilbe
Those wishing to
urged to call th< tting
flee or write 1 ABttl
Hebrew Home
320 Collins Ave.. M
Fla. 33139.
HEBREW TEACHER,
pa* time. All grades.
Bar Mitzvah preparation.
Hollywood Temple.
Call Evenings
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Mr. John Frank Woodall Extends Best Wishes
To All Jewish Families In The World For A
Peaceful And Happy Rosh Hashona
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Friday, Septemb
Rabbi Steven Riskin Featured
Speaker At Wednesday Banquet
in, Judaic
: irer and author, will be the
er Wednesday at
i banquet celebrating the
founding of the Talmudic Col-
ic -. of Florida a year ago.
Meh in Feit is chairman of
tiie banquet at the Saxony Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, where 16 Mi-
aniians will be honored as
"founders" of the college.
Rabbi Riskin, author of
"Home Studies in Prayer,"' is
spiiitual leader of the Lincoln
Square Synagogue in New York
City and has lectured and min-
istered throughout the United
States and Canada. He is also
an instructor in Talmud and
Religion at the Yeshiva Univer-
ia nn the National Ad-
visory Board ol Yavneh, the
ish student group.
Kabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, out of which
the Talmudic College of Florida
concept grew, said "The fact
r of Kabbi Riskin's
stat ire is coming to Miami to
irate the first anniversary
of the collet:-' is a credit to our
community and to the founders
of the colleg ."
Honored at the anniversary
dinner will be Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel Bosem, Mr. and Mrs.
Gabriel Deutsch, Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Edelstein, Mr. and
Obituaries
BBN'JAMIN. I...... 80, of North Miami
h. Rlversldi
FRANK. Morns. 87. of North Miami
It. ii h. Gordon.
(JEltHAKD, Max. 74. of Miami.
Ml.,-I>. I g,
GOLDSTEIN. Svlvla, 57. of Coral
Gable* Rlvi i- i.
KAHli. Thomas J S3, of North Miami
B. ... h. Riverside.
PEREUMl'TER. l-.it.;.. ..f Miami.
Riverside.
SAAUE1.S. David. 68. ..f Miami
Beach. Ki\ i rslde
SEH KJ. Bertha. '." ...f Miami Beach,
Rivi rslde.
SCtil.ESSER. Isidore. 85. ..f Miami
B.a. h. I-evitt.
SCHN'KIDEh Abraham. 68. of Miami
Beach. L-lavberff.
BRICK, i-aline, &). of Noorth Miami.
Riveralua,
BROMRERG, Luther. 77. of Miami.
Gordon [ntermenl Mount Nebo
'-111. t. IV
CHEItSON. Samuel. 70. Of Miami
Bi ... h Rlvi
I OHEN, David. *.;. ,,f Miami Beach.
Riverside
COOPER Freda. 87, of Miami Gor-
Interim i : Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
SI ....... .lose; h. 74. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
A I BERT, Meyer, 7m. of Miami Beach.
Riverside
ANiSi-'EI n. Morris. CS. of .Miami
Beach. Riverside.
UEERMA.N. Ida. 7* of Miami Beach.
< ioi 'Ion Interment Star of
David Jlem-r i:l Park
COHEN. Davi.l. *. of Miami Beach
Riverside.
SCMNITZER Harry. 68. of Miami.
< i..nl<.ii.
"lUCHTENBHRG, Bernard M.. 64.
.f North Miami Beach. Riverside.
DRESNER. Earl. 3 ...f Miami.
Gordon. Interment star .if David
Memorial Park,
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means someone cares
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RABBI STEVEN RISKIN
Menashe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Hornstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Kasden, Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Retter, Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Robinson, Mr. William
Silverstein, Rabbi and Mrs. Ti-
bor Stern, and Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Zilbert.
The 16th founder. Nathan
Ginsburg, long a supporter of
Torah institutions, will be hon-
ored posthumously.
The Talmudic College of
Florida, 4014 Chase Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, opened its doors in
August, 1974, with an enroll-
ment of 30 rabbinic students
and graduate students. Many of
the students, including several
from Israel, had come to the
new institution to study with
its dean, Rabbi Yochanan
Zweig.
Rabbi Zweig, a noted rabbin-
ic scholar, is a graduate of Ner
Israel Rabbinical College in
Baltimore and was dean of
Graduate Studies at Beth Ha
Talmud in Jerusalem, prior to
accepting the dean's position at
the Talmudic College of Flor-
ida. A native of Philadelphia.
Rabbi Zweig spent five years
teaching in Israel.
The associate dean i Rabbi
Yaakov Poupko a graduate of
the Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege and the Beth Medrash Ge-
voah in Lakewood, N.J.
In addition to the Rabbinical
college program, Rabbi Zweig
has instituted special lectures
on the Talmud, in English,
three days each week.
On Sundays at 5 p.m. Rabbi
Zweig presents a special Tal-
mudic lecture; on Monday
nights at 9 p.m. he conducts
scholarly lectures for the lay-
man and on Thursdays at 9
p.m.. an in-depth discourse on
the Bible. Also, on Wednesday
evenings the Women's Auxil-
iary of the college offers a class
of in-depth study of the Torah
portion of the week.
Rabbi Riskin has an extensive
schedule in addition to his lec-
tures, writing, and as spiritual
leader of the Lincoln Square
Synagogue which he helped
found. He is dean of the Sha-
piro Academy of Higher Jewish
Studies, which has educational
programs attracting more than
1,000 adult students each week,
and is the founder and dean of
the Manhattan High School
Mesivta Ohr Torah. a new and
most unique Yeshi a High
School for Boys.
Assistant professor of Tal-
mud at the James Striar School
of Yeshiva University where he
has taught since 19 S3, Rabbi
Riskin is also chairman of the
Center for Russian Jewry, a
founder of the Student struggle
for Soviet Jewry, and honorary
president of New York Confer-
ence for Soviet Jewry.
Aug. 25 Telecast Launch?*
United Ways '75 Campaign
Mrs. Rob Mr.
Mrs. Mehin I it M and
Seymour Friend, Mr. and Mrs.
United
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ncentrated
campa Dadie Coun-
ith a sut-
te broad H -; mated si-
multai ::'" com;
cial tele ,! ",s an
by an e I audience
of 741,000.
Genera! Campaign Chairman
J. Bernard Shuma of th< National
Hank of Miami, began the kick-
off program by stressing this
year's "Now. you mean more
than ever," theme. He asked
everyone to insure that the ef-
fects of inflation do not threat-
en United Way services.
To maintain these services
at present levels, the 9 percent
goal increase must be achieved,
and $9.351.305 must be raised
by the November 13th Cam-
paign deadline.
"Achieving this goal will con-
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last five having led the nation
as the Number One United
Way." Mr. Shumate said. "But.
our uncertain economy and un-
employment mean this accom-
plishment will require a more
concerted effort by more vol-
unteer campaign leaders than
in any other year."
Because they understand that
the same economic and unem-
ployment factors mpke United
Way services more important
than ever. 3,600 volunteers, the
largest f-rce ever recruited,
are already launching full cam-
paign activity, two weeks ear-
lier than previous years.
l*.e concerr. of these volun-
teers is reflected in the austere
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi- un.I. tmlt.-iI. dMtlilMC I" efUHUN
in business urnl.-r tlin fictitious name
Of SOUTHLAND APARTMENTS ttt
l.iil Alton Road. -Miami Beach. Flor-
ida Intend* to reaiater said name with
the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of
I lad.- < "Univ. Fl< irlda.
.- sara edelman
8 j:> : 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring* i" engage
in business under the fictitious name,
f LYDIA'S RESTAURANT at 18327
NW 4.' Avenue, Carol City, Fla in-
lends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
County, Florida
REGINO FELICIAS'* I
B 22-29 0 '.-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 753946
Ii. RE Kstate ol
KENJAMIN \\ ILLNBR
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
wnich you may have against the es-
tate i(| BENJAMIN W ILLNBR .....
ceased late ol Dade County. Florida.
the i Ircull Judges ..f Dade Countv.
mo rile the same In duplicate and as
I" S< 7JS Ifi, Florida
tutes. hi their offices In the County
ouse in Dade County. Florida
in f.'ur calendar month* from
r.e time ..f the first publication here-
ot the same win i. barred
| at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
v <'f August. A I" m?:,
8ADIE U III NER
\- Executrix
tmi.ii.ati,,,. of this notice on
..;:' ,''\!v "f Ajwust, 1975.
ESTHER G SCHIFF
Attorni i for Executrix
v i Lincoln Road.
" ami Beach. Fla. 3.1139
9/S
"BO 11 il's" 1
Mr. Shumal
remarks that d
vised kickofl Z\
r,,~JiST,CE UNDER
,,.,F. ?.T'J'OUS NAME LAW
1 16 HEREBY OrVBN that
; ::;,;:.'.s;',/.:"r!;;;
" of Dade County!
'', '' Miami. F|.....|:, ,, |, .... ,
Augusl IB7.1 --!"
I tANDl
S 1 \ VKSSE1 ROTE
\ IN 1: w i:\sri- in

ERO. FRi i.MHERG I
ml. Florida :
t 9
I
traditional
out this unit- .;::;1"
efficiency and
"WL;'re>' vour
contribution ^
people who rei lU- ^
s;ti J.
While Mr. SI nates remarks
and the flve r inut cp> ;.ajgn
film were seen or. four Stauooj
United Way H. ard ol 1 rustees
Member. Miami Ma or The
Honorable Maurice Fe'rre, pre-
sented the kickoff in Spanish
on Ch. 23.
Dadeland Chapter of ORT
To Feature Astrologer
Dadeland Charter ol Women's
American ORT will hold its first j
meeting of 1975-76 Tuesday
Sept.. 16. at 8 p.m. in the Jefl''
ferson National Bank. 9600 N. j
Kendall Dr.
Astrologer Robert Ball will be I
the guest sneaker. Prospective!
members are welcome.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIIV IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 75-5J06
lii RE: Bptnte of
ANNE SHERMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All .- Hv- \
inn Claims ..r Di mi nd ||
Eatate:
Vnu hit herabi notified iml r-nuir-
. .1 I.. ir*.si-Mt ajiv claim* 1 1 ; ilentndi I
Ahlch V"U mv hav< ag> the es-
late ..f A.VNK SHRIt.MAN de-
ccaaed late ..f Dade Cou norUfc
to the Circuit lodger ol foantr,
and fll<- tin sum. u. dui'l 1 and u 1
[irovldcd in Section 7 Flnridt,
Siatutt-s. in thfii- offl ef CoaV
CnurUlouse in Dade Cou
"iiliin f..ur oalendar m.'iiths ffmm I
tho time .'f ih.- fir.-i null n liore-
of, ..r the name .n b.
I Ii .1 at Miami. Florl.
day .'f Auauat, A 11
SA.MIKI. II SHERMAN
A- i: Utoi
Flral publleatiun of tl & \
the Sth .la\ of Aunu
FAI'.NCE. FINK \ FOR.MAN
AtiiTiu-vs fur Bxecutor
.......ongreaa Bldg.. Minn FU
IN THE C'RCUIT COL'RT OF THE
EL r-.;fr..-rM HJDICIA'- CICUlT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
r^Anc r;rl"MTN
DPABATE DIVS'ON
PROBATE NO. 75-3307
I" I"- '.......1.'
SADIR "maV
di .1
NnT'CE TO CPF1ITORS
To AH Creditor* and A I1 :,
ins 1 in- or 1 lemandi :
1' I
You a herehv no'f'i-il ,! rrtngj
. ,1 .,, ,,-...,.,,. :l.,v I ... I
which ^-,iu max have "'' '*"l
tate of PAD'E HFI ,x
I
munwr
Plnridl
('..iinff
Klorid*.
s fm
... .1 '.-. ..f 1. ..1, *
to the Clroull Jiidgos 1 I 1
and the tame In du"i
provfdi I :" c"- *- 7
Sta tute* ln the** **"
< n-houe in Dade Con
" 11 imi fnur calendar m
tllH I'll.. .f th.. dr. ill
of 01 thi 1 Ki'. a uiam'. '".....
.i.v < \...-,, -i x 1 :
M ^ X I'lKTr \
A-' Kv.-.mI. 1
|.v... ......
II I" X BTBRRT J> V
!>......,.
' T i\ !. 1 |lyd
Vi mii. Florida lll
IN THC r'RCUIT muRT OF THE
El r\/c|TH JUDICIAI C'DCUn
r>r fi r.BinA IN AND FOR
DDOBTe niV'S'0*!
rojK.|< n now1 inI
PROBATE NO. 7
In PF '
M i-1 1 1 -1 -! >, 1 rpMAN.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"' I ditors and AH
; 1 in- < Demand" v
,..,..,v rifled T'J.'gB
I n nvv h v- v ft
'',,",','i
... .. Florl*j4
' n he're-l
Si A
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rn
.... September 5. 1975
^Jkn'iiti Fkrudi^n
Paqo 31-B
LEGAL NOTKf
OTICE LNOER
ous NAME LAW
. v. i.' eliKa*e
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[ IiIh S8138 In-
I ... with ih.
i, i uuri "i '''
'.\ ner
: II .".
. -iCEOF ACTION
; CTiVE SLRVICE
" ,,, PKOPEXTY)
TH VculT COUHT OF THE
Lf-lis-MJUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ELE r' DA. IN AND FOR
- ADE COUNTY.
cv ."ACTION NO. 75-26239
C-
t '
f.iS'RA
. ||K\ IA
. ^ ^ IS1-VIA
' .,,.":. street
VIii I:ii 'i
..," iii.i;.:::. NOTIFIED
. "- or j--inii.ii for l-m-
r;; ,-. unar-i. custody a,,,i
Croi. been '"" "=""-< >'"
.. ruquired --erve a copy
I i.i. ---. if any. to
Ron '' I'l-NKIKO. JR.. at-
| IVI ll inner, II""' biiui row
I .7i.. Avomie, Miami.
I .,n.i ii.-. iii-- oruuiiul
T.,.,1, ..I ih- above Niylu.l
.,,,, .....- s--I-.- iiii.-i- 10. 1973;
h ......UUil "I I". '< '
I .... .1. Illllllll.il ill
.j,r ,,.,'. or I- i Hon.
y. i,.il ... |..|l.lislli il ..II. -
I I.nil -iim 1-UIIVi wuelte
L thi 'AVISII Kl oiillUAX.
H i, i ilium ihiU trie .~-ni "i
vi .nil I Mill- i "oiii-i.\ .
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'.OTICE LNOER
F C" riuud NAME LAW
X" : -1.;.. i ii v i-:x iIkii
f II -l. Ill -.i.lii. tu i.-n.
:.. I.-I 11.. .US II..III. -
I -..- i.i'i ii. kim(>W i:i: sh. t
?ii..- i>S 'h.i m.Ii I'A'l'lu in
I'v. .-,-.... .wuiiin. Florida
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II I II -nil ..I I 111.I.
MM .
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'.OTICE UNDER
F'C-iTIOUS N,.,E LAW
v ........... -.i.ii.s (Ml
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-. ..'ii.. t .i-iuiuus union
.'i ..- I7:ig N.K. I..:;..,
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NOTICE UNDER
. FICT-TiOUS NAME I *W
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NOTICE UNOER
' v-Ti.iouS NAME LAW
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C, |u -' i .i.- ui ninwi
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IN MIL.1.1. up .M,,|,
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X..M ",T'0US NAME LAW
iflfl .IIVKN ,|,.
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fiivii 'I. < U-rl. ..f in..-
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FirT ?.V!CE UNDER
lM,ST,T,Li NAME LAW
I 'I -.:> tilfKN llml
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LEGAL NOTICr
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-26023
GE'ltnAL JURISDICTION DiV SION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
in. mm riafii of
11 XI HIA HKHNANDEZ. lfi .
an.I
DAVII1 HKIt.NA.NI >KZ, I u-i-iunl.
TO: I'AVil- HKUXANifKZ
41 -P l':.r-..u's lih.i Ar-l -"i
rillslli.lU. I.-IIK IhIuIHI.
\. Vork
YOI ai.i: HEItliUY NUTIPIUD
thill nil Ui-lloll fill I n-.-i-Ull i--ii -il Mm
i ia::- ha- li-.-n lil* 11 au.iln.-l you anil
you ai-- n nun' in nerve n i op) nl
\i-u, W.H.... ii-ii-nr..-.. )) uny. I- ii on
AHTHl'll H LlI*SOX. attorni) for
I'-Iili.-ii. i. whoMVi :,i|ilr--s i> l!'Sn S<
lian I Mm. I l;i llan.l.il. Plorillu SSIHW
ami iiii in- original with ih- clerk
..I ih. nbovr i-i>i-ii .nil mi or I.- -
lore siiu. la, IS75; otherwise a de-
fault w il! I" -Iii. r-il auailiM > nil l.ir
lit- reltol il-iiuiiiili-ii in ih- iiiiiilaini
or peuUoli.
wrr.M.ss my hand ami ih. .l
..r Mini uouri ni Miami, IfloriUa on
thin i li ilny of Aukusi. \'y,:,
KlIliAI.D f. .il.l.SMOIi.
Am I'l-rk. Circuit Court
l J.) I. A. I.AI.SH.V
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Scull
. li-21'-;il ft/fi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONbTnuCTlVE bEnViCE
(no pkopekty)
in the circuit court of the
Eleventh juoicial circuit of
flokida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 75-26238
generlal jurisdiction division
notice fok dissolution
of marriage
IN liK:
Mli.l.V.M KA.UINSK'V
nun
A.\,.i.l.. KA.VII\SKV.
in; .i.Mu.l.i IVA.UI.V8KV
A.i,ii. s> unKliofV a
I'I >i Am. Hi-.i:i;.:V .\. .'I II- ll'.l.
ili..- a petition I'm u.>.-..luii..ii "i your
Ai.,111.it. liar i.n in. .i anil -ni-
in. ... .. .,! iiim -..ui'i anil you ai- r--
141 in -ii in .-. 1 \. a cont .-i your urn-
1, n 0.>i> 11.--.-. it any, to M on MAli-
'11 .< 1.1.111. aiii,i-i,-\ ior r.-iiii......1.
"....-.....OtcMi U. IIII AlllhlO liin.il-
inir, -w mil. KI01 ni,. ::::i.... ..ml til*
in. oriKiiial with ih- clerk of 1I1-
. imivi -,..,. 11 i-oui: on -a 1.....1, Scp-
1, OH.. 1 .:-. I:-. .. .,1111 1 ,. ,-. a l-l.lllll
will I-. ,i.,..-i.-.l aKiiin.-l you f- r III.
rvil.fl ,.!;,...1 ,,.| 111 .,., ,.|ii|M,, 111, i.i
... ill II,II
11.,.- 1,..11., nbull be i.ui.ii.-li-.i once
-...I. ...,., ior .--in uoiiHt-i'uiivi w-. K.-
.11 Till. .Il:u IMI l-'l.l.KIJU.W.
VV1TXK8S 111.1 hand ami lln- .--ill of
-inn i-oui'i m Miami, Klorlda on llii.-
...,m !.... 01 Aucii-i. m!...
..' iiAj.i I", i.i.i.v KKK,
.V- 1 i.-ii.. 1 ii. ui' 1 oun
1 atuf -uii!\ i-'|..riil;i
li) nl". \i 1 .- >i;i.i.i.a
A- I ', .'II > .
in.u.1 L'ouri .-..-i.n
> 1 ;.::-- : e
aaoNii aoixON
FICTn OUS NAME LAW
Nii'iiii: is iu:i;i:i:v ,.ivi:\ that
tin- ui.-.-l. iK'.'-'l. U->irilit '.> -t,i...ii.
in i.u ui. u;,.i. r the Bel u- nanii
.f I'Ai. UUil; V.\ SH.VS .11 iniiiil.-r
<"!:< s i-:. ".n-i Ai-i.u.. in iii, 1 itj ,.'
.1111.1111. I'I,,. i.ln. Intend* to r-siNter
.Hi- .iui iiara,- u, .'1 .; 1 ;. 1 ], l,i 1I1,
Cln-uii Court .-i l'ailc louniy, l-'|..i-
|...i.-.i .11 .Miami. Florida, 11.i- nil.
dj ni Auuu.-i. ]'::
\ H r<.i: li.v.M'.s
KAJiOND k vAui.-i
.via 1:11.v nnni
till Uuklei UldM.
J..UIIU. Knt, ::::i;ij
ai rn.. i,,i Applicant
.- IR-SS-29 : I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 75-27070
NOTICE OF ACTION
Iii III-:: Tl- ,\lnri-lHi 01 .
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1 in. a- ... I UI.....* ......,.,.,,
v,., \i.i-: iiKi:i-:m ntikimi>
, 1 ., petition for illfHilu...... '! nir
,,,.... |m> 1... fll' 'I ami ""'
in.......I in rhl fimrt :ii"i -" "', ':
1.11 .1 r- 11-.-. ii nny. 10 1.......i-..i.'.i.
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ii....... ivho- nddr-. :- "[J'';f'^-;"
1 i HiiiK, Miami. Kl-.vi'l:- !.; 1. un-J
1 ,1 oriKinal with thi I Icrk nl
Hi. a'.....-MVI.-.I 'I'" l'","'.'1
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mil ... ,.,i..,-.i ; B.iiiisi 11'."' ";;:
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J,, rZin* Miami. rt.rWu 'l-
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1:, 11 1- Miir..1:1:1 i-A
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1(1 :i-: 1:1 ias. jit., p
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i'1 Mi-: IS HKKKHY lil\ ,:.\ ll,at
tin iiml. r.-iiii., .1. -I. -iniii: |o i.L.ii:.
i-iimii.-.-.- in-.1. ; he Hi lillou 1 11
: in '1 1 1 ;\ ,1.1. Win 1D8 ill 1113.1 1; .
i-aj 11- II.\ il, \i.....||, ii,,1 mil I, 1 pkIm-
n in, tin- Clerk ol
III 1 '"i.....1 I lull- 1 '"iinn Kl 1
T-i M KSKHIIJS. |.\C
A Klorhlfl t'onioration
! .: .Ml-, ,-
Vli 11 1 i'. miki i
1 11 1.,11, .-in l:".ni, M 1: 33139
A.I..iii.-> I.'t- I'... iiu.11. 1
It -I'-.".1 IL
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.Vi .'I I. i-: IS 11 i.iiKl: 1 tliV'lv.X I hut
Hi- uiulerHliciied, ili-hirliiK i" eniciiKe
in bui*lneMi< until .p. flcillloUK name
-I TliKHM' H'l AS'. .1 TKCHXIQCK
I.M T.sTUli.s .11 77. .". \.\V. T.'-ili Am -
mi-. Ailaini. l-'ii.iiiia US I lid ialemla to
retrlater milil name with the 1.11. ..1
iin Circuit Court ..I Dads County,
''l.iriila.
JI'-MV-DA COUP
:>:.| x.u. i:::mIi Btreet.
"l-a I.IH'ka, l-'l"l l.l.i
KITRT V\ lil.l.ISi'il, ATTORXKY
AT LAW
All.a n. > for .11 M N -I'A 11 .1:1'
I'.l Aim. li.i Avenue, Suit- u'ihi-I-:
Coral tialii, -. I'la. 3.1IU (41." r!6ti
LEGAL NOTKt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C F THE
1iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN JM3
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR'OA
CASE NO. 75-1973
NOTICE 8Y PUBklCAT N
IX li : i'i-: ."i'ii ix ik ik.n ;>i:
l'i:.\. .- iS.SI.VIiil V.M ihn .1-
N'exl f Kin II Ki-niiV
NOT CE BY UDL!CATI0\
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voi' ,:. i: 1 -1:1 i-: 1; -
111 ll a I-. lit loll
li...- Iii 11 uli 11 11 ihi
i. nit] \ .-a ;i 11 renuiri -I to Mervi
ii -i.|.\ 1.1 your Anovw-r :.- thi !'-
1 li n 011 the I' 1 11
MA It TIN HI.IT8TEI.N 1 14" X \
1... Miami, l-'i"i 1.1.1
ih- oriirliuil Vnawvr In the tiffl
.I.. ". k ni 1 I'lr-uli -i 01
1I1- -'.'.Hi lift) of s.-in.-ml.--.
IMS; "111. 1 u 1- 11 I ,. lam, vvl
.. n -I IIKII I ll> I \ -ll
DATKI) ai Miami, Florida thin ISth
.lav of Aukii- 1, |75,
ItlCIIAl.'li P KRIXKKI!
i'i. 11. of Circuit t" -in 1
m in: 1 >adc ounty. i'i -r.i
li.. HAilltAJtA i;'.i:i:iis-..\
I '-iiuiy Clerk
(Court S-all
S.J2 iC si :.
> ss-ai
;. z-w
IN THE CIRCUIT COU T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-2855
IX RK: KSTATK liKUTitiDK i:usi:\sw i:ifi
in-.........1
NOTICE OP PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLOR DA:
tu AI.I. PKRKoxs ixti:;:i:sti:j.
IX Till-: KSTATK 1 IK SAIIi
IIKCKDKXT,
You are hereh) notiftetl thai :i writ-
1, a 111-1 runi-iii pUTPurtllut IP '" the
la.-i xv i 11 11 ml leatumenl of huM .1--
lit ill I,a- liei'll ndmllleil i" in-.-l.al- in
mi Id Court, V..11.11. Ii.r,l,\ -ninnim..1-
. .I uilhin six -al-mlni nnuilli- from
il- In It- ,.| 1I1, f|nl inil.li. i.ii.-n <-f
ii,i noiii-e ii. appi-ar In mild Court
ami -i"\, -an-., ii' any you -an. itlm
Hi. a-ll-ili of -anl Court in li 1111 i 11111 l
Kiiill will In prolmlu -Imiilil mil .-lamI
inn V0K1 .'
JOHN II l'-l A XT' >N
I'I mull Court JudRv
1:11 llAll. P rtltlXKRlt. Clerk
ll) iini.i is 1. 1 v\'ii:
I ii nulv 1 "' rk
VUornev 1 v\.\ w kip ..vi iii-:i;i ;
VKtiMIIKlit:. Klio.vi i:l'li"i a- ItOTH.
I' A
Ml VV. FIiikIi r SI .\'-l"2
1 im l-'l.......1 SS130.
l--ii-i iiulilicatioii of thin noilci "ii
Hi- semi "im of .vtncufi-. it7*.
- _J-J!i .".-l !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 75-3946
ju In-: Frank B. Oowlino
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
ju \r.i. ri:i:si>xy i\'ti-:i:i:sti-|. iv
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IN THE.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH UDICIAL CIRCUIT Oi
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PPOPERTY)
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-2bO?7
CENEKAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICF FOR DISSOLUTION
pc MARRIAGE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C.VIL ACTION NO. 75-9371
AMENDED
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION 0"
MARRIAGE
IN RK: 'i'i- Marrimri -i
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UP at Ppki i\ "i the I'ui.i I'.. -
i.r-l- -I I'a-'.war.l County. Florida.
heariiiK Sir. --i .\.I.li *tM Mir.i
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with Hi- ('l)-rk "i iiii.- Court ai.-i mail
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IN THE C'RCUIT CPUfl'T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCjIT
u> i-LOKJOA IM AND KOR-
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PR09ATE NO. 75-4261
IN Iiii: KtfTATR OF
s v \i.ii:j. sf'iiw AK'iV.
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
TJ4J* ST.VTi.; utf M-*M*H'A
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT C0JRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'OAL CIRCUiT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-25495
GENERAL JURISDICTION
ACTION FOR O SS-V UTION
OF MARRIAGE
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NOTICE UNDER
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADC COUNTY. FLORIOA
CASE NO. 74.11350
NOTICE TO APPEAR
,BY PUBLICATION,
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oriKinul in in- office of 1!.. .'U-r. .1
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBAT-E NO. 76-3219
In RK: li-iai. "i
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NOTICE OF ACTION %
CONSTRUCTIVE StHVICE
iNO fnuPEfllr1
IN THE uirMJUlT 0OURT OF THE
HLB.VENTH JUDICIAL CMCUiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTiilN NO. 73-270*6
CENErtAL JURISDICTION OIV4SION
ACTION FOR QISSOJ-UTION
OF MARRIAGE
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IN THE C'RCU rr>URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCU'T
OF FLORIOA IN ANO FOR
'OAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'S'ON
PRO"\TF NO 7S-5"'7 .B i-lon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Friday, September 5
m
t=
, continues to be The Most
Successful Condominium Community in South
Florida HERE'S WHY...
The Community
D A prestigious country club com-
munity beautifully located away
from the concrete jungle.
? Five-year building program finished
in 18 months.
D 54 buildings and I710apartments
complete.
D Over 1400 families now living here.
D Immediate occupancy available.
D Nearly 200 acres devoted to open
space and recreation.
? Just minutes from shopping
centers, beaches and major
municipalities.
The Recreation
D Two golf courses in operation.
NO DUES. NO FEES. Pay only for
golf cart.
D Eight tennis courts in operation,
six more coming.
D Elaborate clubhouse in operation.
D Six swimming pools and one
coming.
? 20 shuffleboard courts.
D Six satellite recreation facilities in
operation and one coming.
? Aqua driving range in operation
with full time instructor.
The Apartments
Q Spacious one and two bedroom
units.
D Screened balconies with golf
course views.
D Central air conditioning and heat.
D All electric kitchens with dish-
washer, disposer, counter-top
range and double-door, frost-free
refrigerator.
? Custom designed cabinets.
D Ceramic tile bathrooms.
? Large walk-in closets in bedrooms.
The Financing
? Up to 90% financing if you qualify.
D Title Insurance available at closing.
? Most apartments can be qualified for
5% FEDERAL TAX CREDIT
You may save up to $1,441 if you qualify
? A GREAT RENTAL PLAN.
Not ready to buy? Take advantage of our rental
program from $260 per month. We will .
APPLY 75% OF RENT TO BUY YOUR APARTMENT
L'St price guaranteed as of start of lease.
No children under 14 years.
The Price
Z Select from our last few choice apartments at these
REDUCED
PRICES

NOW
NOW
$30,500
s
2 bedroom, 2 bath
25,100
1 bedroom, IV: bath
HOLLVBROOK
GOLF & TENNIS CLUB CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS
Exit 8. Florida Turnpike, 3 miles west on Hotl/wood Blvd. to Douglas Rd 900 Holly-
brook Dr.. Pembroke Pines. Broward: 961-6210/ Miami 524-1436. Sales office open
9 AM to 5 PM Prices subject to change without notice.
South Florida's Most Successful Condominium Community
Sit recreation centers are complete and operating in
addition to heated pool, each has shullleboard and
barbeques
In addition to two golf courses in operation Holly-
brook has an Aqua Driving Range and lull-time PGA in-
structor.
Clubhouse has golf Pro Shop. Lounge. Dm.ng Poom.
Dmmg Terrace. Billiard Room and Commund.
lor dances, parties, meetings, classes m everything
Irom Yoga to Needlepoint
M


Rosemarys Thyme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
"Jewish Floradian
For the past three summers,
we been going to Aspen, Colo.,
readers of this column must
fnow by now. Each summer,
fve spent more time away from
Miami, and this summer I hit
,he all-time record of nine
veeks. One of the reasons it
was so easy for me to be away
from Miami for so long is that
Miami came to me. Or at least
it seemed that way .
Being a reclusive type, I was
surprised to find that it was
reallv verv pleasant to have
so nianv friends in such close
proximity. One didn't have to
use the phone. All that was nec-
-ssarv was to take a walk into
the tiny town to meet just
about everyone you wished to
meet
If you walked on Main Street,
Aspen, any summer day, you
might meet Lois Siegel, Jay's
wife, shopping for furniture for
her new Colorado apartment.
Or son Jimmy, sporting his
"Outward Bound" tee shirt, lis-
tening to the sidewalk musi-
cians Adolph Berger would
sprint by on his way to the
Aspen Institute to meet wife,
Helene, who preferred driving
to the Bill Moyers' seminar she
and Adalph audited. Nancy and
Hank Green would be some-
where on the mall, with daugh-
ters Susan and Florence.
ters Susan and Florence, eating
in one of the many sidewalk
restaurants .
Ernie Halpryn and Col. Nat
Rood routinely walked into
town, and Carolyn Raster con-
tinued the jogging she does
daily in Hollywood. No one
seemed bothered by the alti-
tude. Not even Martin Feinman,
who, beret bedecked, would
walk on Main Street, fresh
from his game of tennis. The
Feinmans had a family reunion
in Aspen with daughters, Olga
Melin, with husband, Dave, and
Californiaites, Tanya and Na-
tasha. Mrs. Feinman, a poet,
found a poetry group in Aspen,
find ii you'd meet her on the
mall, she'd read you her favor-
in poem .
Yo might see Pat Fine with
alking stick and hiking
on her way to another
oon climb to one of the
beautiful lakes around
en.
and Barry Meiselman
Little Cliffs, the best ba-
in town, and it you bump-
them, they were always
good for a doughnut or a
Daughter Abby
fame to Miami by win-
Aspen Racket Club
tennis Tournament, sin-
and doubles. Trophy in
she made The Aspen
Jay Meiselman made
giving tennis lessons
nule Halpryn. Jay now plans
to "hustle" the other men at
Westview. He's good! .
Ms and Dan Franco, with
Richie and Barbara Pallot,
passed through Aspen, but the
men might have been difficult
to recognize on an Aspen street.
They had both grown beards,
and next to all the other Aspen
beards, they blended right
in ..
Roz and Stan Gettis were
busy shopping for shoes. The
airlines lost Roz's suitcase with
all her shoes in it.
You might not meet Dr. Mar-
tin and Marilyn Belle. They
were up on Red Mountain, stay-
ing at Arthur and Bunny Horo-
witz's house. Marilyn is Ar-
thur's sister. However, they did
attend the Institute sessions
daily, and I don't think they
missed an evening lecture. Ar-
thur, who will soon be opening
a restaurant in downtown Mi-
ami, squeezed in a few weeks
in Aspen, to play tennis with
Mike Sumberg and Lefty Brink-
man, who runs Highland Moun-
tain Ski School and a summer
tennis resort Bunny joined
Arthur later, but had to rush
back to her shop.
Joyce Sumberg, meanwhile,
toyed with the idea of starting
a Federation in Aspen, but her
friends warned her she might
be run out of town. Aspen is
only now beginning to develop
a Jewish community spirit with
High Holy Days scheduled at
the Community Church. But
knowing Joyce, she'll get to
them yet .
Others glimpsed in the
crowd: Mort and Val Silberman,
Sol Rosencrantz and wife, Jill
and Stan Arkin- who camped
out for weeks in the Colorado
area with JiU's hair still look-
ing perfect, Bill and Linda
Binder, Toby Friedland and
family, and the Viv Whittens...
If you left Main Street and
went to the concerts where the
likes of Isaac Stern, Pinchas
Zuckerman, Itzak Perlman
(Inky and Pinky to their
friends), Robert Mann and
Aaron Copland would play al-
most weeklv, you might meet
Lynn and Phil Gladstein who
trudged into Aspen from Basalt,
a nearby town, every day be-
cause "they were afraid to miss
anything ."
If you went to the Carbon-
dale Fair you d have bumped
into Arlene and Mel Zucker or
Marty Fine, buying the raunch-
iest patch work jeans in town.
And more. Lots more Miami-
ans. I'm sure I've left out plen-
ty of names. Forgive me. I'll
remember them later, when
we'll all be back again in As-
pen .
Meanwhile, it's good to be
back in Miami. But I'm still
having trouble with my hair.
Friday, September 5, 1975
Page 33-B
Israeli Vets Visit Pittsburgh
IS. Open Tennis Tournament
Schedules Games on Rosh Hashanah
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Edward I. Koch (D., N.Y.)
expressed surprise and shock
in a letter to Bill Talbert, chair-
man and director of the United
States Open Tennis Tourna-
ment, for having scheduled the
Barnes on Sept. 6 and 7, the
first two days of Rosh Hasha-
nah.
"Scheduling the games on
those days means that Jewish
Players, whether of American
or foreign nationality, will be
either precluded from partici-
pating or caused to violate the
basic tenets of their faith,"
Koch stated in his letter.
"THE SAME would apply to
spectators of the Jewish faith.*
The Congressman urged Tal-
bert to immediately reconsider^
holding the tourney on those*
days and the scheduling of an-
other date.
Talbert. who was called by
the JTA for comment, said that
his hands were tied oecause the
International Lawn Tennis Fed-
eration schedules the tourney
dates the world over.
Talbert said the games have
for decades been held begin-
ning the last Thursday in Aug-
ust and continuing through the
first Monday of September.
HOWEVER, the games this
year are scheduled to begin al-
most a week later.
Talbert suggested the JTA
contact Mike Burns, president
of the U.S. Tennis Association,
for further comment.
Burns, however, could not be
reached for comment.
PITTSBURGH(JTA) Ten
disabled Israel war veterans
visited Pittsburgh for a 14-day
stay which ended recently
The men, who received wounds
in wars fought since 1948, lived
in individual homes as members
of their Pittsburgh hosts fami-
lies.
The veterans are members of
Zahal (Defense Army of Israel)
disabled veterans organization.
One veteran said, "We did not
know each other before we came
to Pittsburgh. Now we are all
great friends ."
THE MEN came to the States
after Sylvia Robinson and her
husband, Donald, past president
of the United Jewish Federation
of Greater Pittsburgh, attended
a Joint Distribution Committee
meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.
At that time, Mrs. Robinson
heard of Israeli Europe-disabled
veteran visits, known to only a
few communities in Europe.
She decided to initiate and head
a veterans project here.
According to the Pittsburgh
UJF, the purpose of the visit
was to have the veterans "learn
the warmth and feeling and car-
ing that Jews in America have
for the Jews of Israel."
The ten veterans who visited
Pittsburgh were Govary Schmu-
el. 29; Ilan Halperin, 31; (group
leader); Arie Tamari, 32; Atmon
Rubinstein, 28; Eli Sofer, 35;
Yaacov Steuer, 50; Ran Gafni,
31; Amihal, 30; Yekutiel Ger-
shoni, 32; and Iran Shacham, 43.
ALL THE men are married,
and most have children. None of
the ten had less than 50 per
cent disability, with two having
100 per cent disability.
But despite their handicaps.
their 14-day visit included
parties, tours, shopping and
trips to Niagara Falls and Wash-
ington, D.C.
Prior to the visit, many of the
veterans had never left Israel.
Group leader Ilan Halperin,
who lost a hand and damaged
an eye during the Six-Day War
in 1967, described the Zahal
Disabled Veterans organization
which he said, "represents the
disabled of all wars and acts for
their rehabilitation in the eco-
nomic, cultural and social life
of the state."
ACCORDING TO Halperin, the
organization has 20,000 mem-
bers, assists them in solving
personal problems, has set up a
mutual assistance fund, schol-
arship fund for the disabled and
their children and mutual life
insurance funds.
He also described the Beit
Halocham (House of War Vet-
erans), which serves as a phys-
ical and social rehabilitation
center for the veteran and his
family.
Of the Pittsburgh visit, Hal-
perin said, "Although it is the
first group to the States, we all
believe and hope it will be only
the beginning of a positive tra-
dition to bring other groups
here and to other communities
all over the U.S."
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Friday, September 5
Contestant* Invited To Enter 5th
'Miss Florida Teen-Ager Pageant*
Young ladies of this area are
invited to enter the fifth annual
Miss Florida Teen-Ager Pageant
to be held at Winter Park High
School. February 28, 1976.
The Miss Florida Teen-Ager
Pageant is the official State
preliminary to'the'TUMs Nation-
iil Teen-Ager Pageant to be held
in Atlanta, Ga., next August.
The invitation was issued
this week by Mrs. Sybil Shaffer,
director of the pageant. The
reigning Miss Florida Teen-
Ager is Putti Blount of BaitOW.
Contestants will be judged on
scholastic achievement-leader-
ship; poise-personality; and
beauty. There is no swim-suit or
talent competition.
Each contestant accepted will
be requested to participate in
the Volunteer Community Serv-
ice Program of the National
Teen-Ager Pageant. This pro-
gram teaches teen-agers to
share and to participate in
school and civic affairs. The
pageant-theme- is "What's .Right
About America."
A mini modeling charm
course will be given during the
week end of the pageant.
Contestants must between 13
and 17 years of age as of .Ian
1, 1V76. (Born on or after Jan.
2, 1958.)
Teen-agers interested in en-
tering the Miss Florida Teen-
Ager Pageant may write for
further information to Mrs. Sy-
bil Shaffer, 215 Piedmont Ave..
N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30308.
Holidrty Greetings to the
Jewish Community
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Convention Plans
DfeeHfrion Topic
Plans for the national Golden
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chapter meetings next week
Hi Rise Tikvah Chapter of
Pioneer Women witt meet at
noon Tuesday In the Forte
Towers Card Room. 1200 West
Ave. Clara Rubinstein will he
the guest speaker, with Mrs.
Pauline Finkelstein presiding.
Admission is free, open to the
general public, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Beha Idelson Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will hold its first
meeting of the Jewish New
Year Wednesday at noon in the
offices Of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida. 605
Lincoln Road Building.
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September 5. 1973
+Jewitt fhridSain
Page 35-B
[Rabbi Tropper Appointed By
Congregation Beth Tfilah
R,bb. Israel Max Trooper has
lw-n appointed rabbi and spirit-
E oader of Congregation Beth
$,.,,,, J35 Euclid Ave.. a pio-
(nee Orthodox Synagogue m Mi-
larni Bead).
Rabbi Tapper was born In
I New York City and received his
hasic Hebrew Education and
fining m Yeshivath Tlfereth
Jerusalem. Torah Vadath and
Manhattan Talmudical Acad-
emy. After graduating m 1935.
he continued his studies at the
Rabbinical Seminary of America,
one of the foremost Rabbinical
Colleges in the United States,
where he was ordained in 1942.
R;.bbi Tropper's training also
iocludeJ two years of extensive
study (1937-39) in the world re-
nowned Veshivath of Kamienoc
and Mir. Upon being ordained
be was admitted as a member
of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States and Canada
In 1943 Rabbi Tropper found-
ed the Yeshivah Rabbi David
Liebov.it/. of East Flarbush. a
Hebrew Day School in Brooklyn,
where tier continued to serve as
principal, executive director and
rabbi and spiritual leader of the
Congregation for over 20 years.
In 1967 he joined the faculty of
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami
Rabbi and Mrs. Tropper have
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where he and his father studied
and where ordained; Rabbi
David Tropper heads the He-
brew Day School in Bangor, Me.
The youngest son. Samuel, is
active in support of Jewish edu-
cational and communal organiza-
tions; the oldest daughter, Mrs.
Sarah Noble, teaches in the New
York City public schools and
the younger daughter is attend-
ing Brooklyn College.
Douglas Gardens
To Host Seminar
On Mental Health
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged has in-
vited members of South Flor-
ida's community agencies serv-
ing the elderly ,tp. participate ui
a seminar on aging and organic
brain syndrome Wednesday in
its Ruby Auditorium.
The in-service training event
is being offered to all area pro-
fessionals as part of Douglas
Gardens' overall effort of pro-
mulgating enlightened methods
and approaches to caring for I
the elderly.
"We consider it our responsi-
bility to make whatever contri-
butions we can in the field of
geriatric care, from both the
lay and health care workers'
point of view," stated executive
director Fred D. Hirt.
The seminar will open with
a film produced by McNeil
Laboratories entitled "Aging
and the Organic Brain Syn-
drome." Following the film, a
panel discussion will be mod-
erated by Fred Hirt.
Panel members will include
Jeffrey R. Solomon, Ph.D., di-
rector of Community Services
for Douglas Gardens, Jack Ski-
gen, M.D., director of Neuro-
psychiatry for the Miami Jew-
ish Home and Hospital for the
Aged, and Waldo Ellison, M.D.,
Consulting Psychiatrist, Doug-
las Gardens Outpatient Mental
Health Center.
"The purpose of this seminar
is twofold," explained Dr. Solo-
mon. "First, to provide partici-
pants with a clear and accurate
picture of senility, and second,
to explore positive avenues of
care and treatment, in light of
the most recent work done in
this increasingly vital field."
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+Jewistncri Friday, September 5
ltM
Many residents of the South Dade area took part in the
recent "Miami Shalom" open house at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Federation leaders Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Praver (left) of Key Biscayne, helped welcome
newcomers to South Dade, including Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Ashman (right).

Greater Miami Jewish Federation president, Harry B.
Smith and Mrs. Smith of Miami Beach, (right) helped
greet newcomers to the Jewish community at the recent
"Miami Shalom" open house. Among those taking part
were new Miami Beach residents Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Kopek (left).
<3for fe6i ^|ear
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Canada Puts World to Shame
With Decision Against PLO
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WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
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UNITED NATIONS (WUP)
Canada, which has distin-
guished itself here at the UN
throughout the 30 years of the
organization's existence as be-
ing fair and just on all issues
affecting world problems and
which, during the period of Is-
rael's struggle for statehood, re-
fused to follow Britain's anti-
Jewish stance by putting up a
valiant fight for the Partition
resolution, has put the United
States and other Western coun-
tries to shame by cancelling an
important UN conference in
Toronto because of the sched-
uled appearance of a PLO dele-
gation.
This is the first time since the
UN had granted the PLO Ob-
server status that a member of
this world organization should
have taken such a bold and de-
finitive stand against Yasir Ara-
fat's terrorist gang.
IT IS doubtful whether the
United States, although it joined
Israel and several other stales
in refusing to recognize Arafat
when he appeared before the
Assembly last year, would have
shown equal courage had
conference taken place in
America. It Is a known fact that
Washington did not oppose the
opening of several PLO propa-
ganda offices in several cities
throughout the country.
Last week, Canada's Secre-
tary of State for External Af-
fairs, Allan J. MacEachen. in-
formed UN Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim that his coun-
try does not wish to proceed
with the Fifth UN Congress on
the Prevention of Crime and
Treatment of Offenders which
was scheduled to be held in
Toronto Sept. 1 to 12 because
the Canadian authorities "can-
not allow entry, sojourn and
exit" to any members of the
PLO.
MacEACHEN, IN an earlier
statement before the Canadian ^
House of Commons, had stated
that "it is with reluctance that
the Government has decided to
seek postponement of the Con-
gress, but we concluded that it
would not be possible to hold a
successful Congress on Crime
Prevention" with the presence
of criminals.
"We are all aware of the pub-
lic outcry for and against ad- I
mission to Canada, for this
Congress, of Observers from the
PLO." he stated.
"We have all been worried
by its divisive effect upon Cana-
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dian public opinion; we could
not ignore the risk of public
disorders. These factors would
have led any Government to re-
consider a decision to host an
international conference. But in
the final analysis," he added,
"two factors dominated in our
discussions.
"First was the inevitable in-
trusion of unrelated political
considerations into the proceed-
ings of the Congress. Second,
was the reescalation of violence
in the Middle East and the con-
sequent spread of its bitterness
into Canada and subsequently
into the Congress itself."
TAKING INTO account the
present Arab and Third World
campaign to have Israel ousted
from the UN. MacEachen took
the occasion of his speech to
affirm the universality (,
world organization.
"We. wj11 r"ist any
to exclude Israel or L
country from the rmJL
Of the General Asnj3
said. "We have ahSff
ed and defended the rich
State of Israel to ex?;
with its neighbors, beL
cure and recognized bonfe
Although MacEachen
the rights of the 1(
Palestinians and that a s,
must eventually be found n
conflict, he made it clear
Canada has condemned the
of violence and terrorisi
policy of the PLO. and i
would be a mockery to ioc
criminals, murderers of i
Continued on Page 39-B
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+Jewlsti Herb/ton
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Events Vindicate Eban's Dovish Position
United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral U Thant informing him of
the Cabinet decision to this ef*
By DAVID LANDAU
[JERUSALEM(JTA) Abba
Van bas emerged from the
Lor Alignment's "political de-
Ite" satisfied and encouraged.
he debate clearly showed, he
ys, that he is not "an eccen-
jc loner" within the Labor
ovement, a "maverick" in his
bestioning of the government's
kace policy.
[The views which he stated in
first session of the debate
Ere echoed by veteran Mapam
Jgders, by some ex-Ahdut Ha-
jradah members, and by sev-
,bl members of ex-Mapai in-
juding Pinhas Sapir.
POLITICAL PUNDITS have
llculated that almost half of
thirty-odd speakers who
k part in "the great debate"
Bed with Eban in his call for
government to draft an
rerall peace plan now, and to
hft it> territorial provisions
bveishly
[Eton believes his own out-
.oken criticism of the govern-
ent was the cause or at least
.catalyst of the decision to
id the debate. And the de-
lta, he says, was thoroughly
Indicia, With all speakers
ivokiing polemics
I recriminations, it
E | on a consistently
, sveL
RTi a at one stage
In legenerate into a
Irson id between him-
B Premier developed
sincere effort by
j ruling political party to ex-
nine its liciea with a view,
thinking them.
[ebAN NOTES that many ob-
Irvers saw him as the focus of
|e doveish camp which evolv-
I during the debate beyond the
Inr.er dove hawk demarcation
pes, and certainly transversed
old factional divides within
Labor Alignment. He be-
i that the continuation and
nsification of the debate is
(evitable as the "moment of
uth" inexorably approaches.
| Many observers see him tak-
rleadership role in the on-
evolution of the enlarged
iveish bloc
... points out that his tac-
alas distinct from long-
strategic criticisms of
I government's present policy
pre shared by more than half
the participants in the de-
Former Defense Minister
she Dayan, for instance, who
not share Eban's minimal-
views on borders, agreed
him nevertheless on the
for the government to
the political initiative and
ling posture, Eban remarks.
|MANY OF those defending
government's tactics were
fact members of the Cabinet,
ABBA EBAN
who share responsibility for
them and could hardly have
been expected to speak other-
wise, Eban points out. The cur-
rent Israeli position, Eban says,
Is that "we have nothing more
to offer on an interim settle-
ment and do not wish to dis-
cuss at this stage an overall
settlement."
He expected that an intensive
effort would be made during the
Ford-Rabin talks to investigate
what chance there is for resus-
citating the interim settlement
talksand believes that an in-
terim settlement will in fact be
attained soon.
HE expected President Ford
and Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger would press Egypt to
softenat least cosmetically
the position it adopted at the
time of the suspension of the
Kissinger shuttle in March. Is-
rael would then be pressed to
produce modifications in its own
position which would make a
settlement possible.
Eban has all along opposed
an interim settlement, mainly
because he believes that such
vital assets as the Mitla Pass
should be traded in the context
of a more meaningful and more
permanent arrangement.
He still feels this way, but he
says that if the government still
hopes for an interim settlement
as it clearly does it must
strike out to achieve one soon
and not allow the post-suspen-
sion immobility take root in the
region with all the dangers
that immobility can spell.
In all these expectations,
Eban has been vindicated.
HE STILL believes that an in-
terim settlement will solve
nothing in the long- or even
medium range period, and
therefore sees little purpose in
it, beyond, perhaps, an improve-
ment of the atmosphere at a
subsequent resumption of the
Geneva conference.
He does not subscribe to Ra-
bin's thesis that Israel's prime
aim must be to "gain time
through the "seven lean years
ahead. "It is impossible to play
for time ... We simply wont
be left alone for years after an
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interim settlement with Egypt.
. The Soviets and the Arabs
will take us to Geneva soon
enough," he said.
HIS "IMPRESSION," says
Eban, is that Kissinger is simi-
larly aware of the inevitability
and imminence of Geneva, re-
gardless of an interim settle-
ment. The interim settlement
has become in the Secretary of
State's thinking, no longer a
prelude to it, no longer an al-
ternative to it. The shift is clear-
ly detectable in his public state-
ments during this year.
All this being so, "June, 1975,
is not too early for the govern-
ment to tell the people that
Geneva is in the offing" and to
prepare its peace plan accord-
ingly, Eban said as early as
this spring, and rather prophet-
ically.
In his speech at Labor's
"great debate," Eban outlined
a 20-point list of "components
of peace" which he recommend-
ed that the government demand
at Geneva.
Peace for the Arabs, he ex-
plained, must be a major revo-
lution in their patterns of
thought and life. Their funda-
mental attitude to the existence
of Israel must undergo a dras-
tic change which must find
expression in these legal, po-
litical, diplomatic, economic,
social and cultural provisions
which together comprise
"peace" as it is understood by |
other neighboring nations who
live side by side without hos-
tility.
ISRAEL SHOULD begin with
a "maximalist" line in its peace j
demands Eban says. If the i
Arabs find the list unpalatable;
in its entirety, then there is I
logical justification in seeking
a compromisein the form of
partial settlements in which
the Arabs accept some of Is-
rael's peace demands and Israel
accepts some of the Arabs ter-
ritorial demands.
But it is "not very intelli-
gent" for Israel to expect the
Arabs to declare at Geneva that
they are ready for peace with-
out Israel simultaneously stat-
ing its territorial demands,
Eban points out.
RABIN AND other ministers
have argued that whatever Is-
rael .puts forward as its minimal
territorial demands will be
treated by the other side as
maximum bargaining positions
and they conclude therefore
that it would be wiser not to
draft a peace plan.
Eban takes cognizance of the
argument, but demurs to the
conclusion. He does not pro-
pose, he says, that Israel pre-
sent now precisely delineated
maps: but it must make clear
its basic "propositions."
These, he says, should be:
That territorial concessions de-
pend in their scope on the
Arabs' response to Israel's
peace demands. That in the
event of some Arab response,
Israel would insist on extensive
demilitarization of areas re-
turned and on changes in the
1967 lines which, while not
radically changing the pre-
1967 borders, would "signifi-
cantly change the conditions
under which we live."
The aim should be to avoid
annexing large areas or large
populations. Israel must "stay
up on the Golan" but Eban
does not define "stay up."
There would have to be a rela-
tively small change at Rafah
(south of the Gaza Strip), re-
tention of control and access at
Sharm el-Sheikh (for which a
juridical arrangement could be
made) and Jerusalem must re-
main united.
EVEN IF these moderate de-
mands were rejected by the
Arabs, Eban says they would
help Israel's relations with the
powers and the wider world by
giving the lie to the "expan-
sionist" allegations.
Israel's insistence that Jerusa-
lem never be redivided has
gained much support in the
world, Eban points out. The
question of the holy places
would have to be solved by
some sort of extra territorial
arrangement.
"We are committed to re-
nounce jurisdiction over the
holy areas," he recalls. To-
gether with then-ministers Me-
nachem Beigin and Zerach War-
haftig, he drafted, soon after
the Six-Day War, a letter to
feet.
ON THE Palestinian question,
Eban endorses the "Yariv
formula" which expressed will-
ingness to negotiate with any
Palestinian representation that
recognizes Israel.
Under its present leadership*,
the PLO is unlikely to come to
recognize Israel, and therefore
Israel must continue to oppose
a separate Palestinian state on
the West Bank, as long as that
is the case, Eban says firmly.
This policy has gained ac-
ceptance, if not approval, inter-
nationally as witness the
Kremlin's current attempts to
persuade Yasir Arafat to accept
Resolution 242 and thereby gain
admittance to the Geneva con-
ference.
THE LETTER by the 76 Sen-
ators to President Ford en-
couraged him greatly, Eban
says, adding though that per-
sonally he had never subscribed
to the view that Israel's support
on Capitol Hill was being erod-
ed.
At the same time, he warns
that "it would be wrong to see
the letter as an endorsement of
a hawkish territorial policy."
The letter, he says, should cer-
tainly not be seen as encourage-
ment for immobility. Its signa-
tories are "for a strong, robust
Israel but not for a greater
Israel. ."
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New Refugees
And (if OM
' \ MERIC-VS EFFORT of trying to resettle 131.210 Indochinese
refugees has its, good and weak points. If you listen to
is official U.S. Task Force director, Julia Vadalia Taft. you
"; he convinced that absorption of the uprooted is going
'-"'onthly, with sponsors found, some jobs located, and camp
"'.trig somehow bearable.
If. on the other hand; you listen to Senator Edward M.
ennedy. head of the Senate subcommittee investigating the
-rdcednre. you will he impelled to tfote that the program has
T'tftied irito a shamble* because of failure of leadership.
What is truth, what fiction, we'll learn later.
MEANWHILE. Americans by the millions are demonstrating
-ehtiine compassion for the newcomers, each of whom must
*$ guaranteed room and board and S4.000 as a part-of sponsor-
lip.
It is good to know that the S55O.0O0.OOO voted by Congress.
H President Ford's urging, to Carry out the gigantic rescue
oration, is bcinc; nut to work. We can take cheer also from
-ve report that the first 25,000 refugees were meshed into the
American scene by warmhearted-backers in short order.
Time will reveal how it all go>s with the remaining 107.210
(migrants.
SEVERAL JEWISH conimtma' organisations have made spe-
. al pieas for a hearty welcome for the refugees and are joining
the task of finding sponsors. No ddubt. the leaders of these
rganizations recall America's snotty record on immigration
om the early part of the 20th century through the rough days
nder the McCarran-Walter Act.
How many of our fellow Americans recollect the shame
f our State Department's behavior during some of those dark
a'ml Do they know the degree of moral insensibility exhibited
y State Secretary Cordell Hull and Assistant Secretary Breck-
-lridge Long when Adolf Hitler was telegraphing his determina-
nn ro expel, mistreat, and exterminate so-called non-Aryans
. om his blood-lusting domain?
CORDELL HULL, in those days, was boasting of "th^
renerous quantity of refugees we have ali3dy received" while
aware that between 1933 and 1943 there were more than
-00.000 unfilled places within the I S. immigration quotas of
. v.rftries under Nazi domination.
This was the same State Secretary who met the cries for
lercy with this incredible opinion: "The unknown cost of
i loving an undetermined number of persons from one undis-
posed place to an unknown destination, a scheme advocated by
. attain pressure groups, is, of course, out of the question."
NOWHERE IS the sordid story of such cold-hearted be-
ivior on the part of American government officials of those
days more movingly revealed than in "While Six Million Died."
r fully documented chronicle of the horror scene in the State
apartment written by Arthur D. Morse after a careful and
f Morse's account of Hull's rola in this black chapter of
- merican history and of Franklin D. Roosevelt's lamentable in-
--*;on when the uproofed begged for sanctuary should be made
andard classroom reading.
ABOVE ALL, those who properly and honorably applaud
- n show of compassion to refugees from Vietnam today should
go back to Morse's day-by-day log of journey of the Hamburg-
- merican Line's "St. Louis" Which sailed from Germany May
13. 1939. with 936 passengers930 of them Jewish refugees out
. Hitler's hell.
Vlcrhnrzed and rejected- by corrupt Cuban- authorities whe
they tried to enter Havana in hope of eventual settlement in the
lTnited States; hounded by a U.S. Coast Guard cutter hard by
Miami; eventually forced back towards Germany waiting to
ersecute them anew, these refugees were rescued by the Joint
Distribution Committee and given haven by Belgium, Holland.
I ngiand and France, but not by this land of freedom.
Friday. September 5, 1975 >Jmish fkrkti&r Page 38-B
Oct/m
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tour
-L^icvnton
T f'NTIL RECENT years. Catholics were barred
U from reading the Pentateuch unless a priest
was present, He could prevent the infiltration
of heretical or non-Catholic theological con-
cepts and could clarify discrepancies between
the Five Books of Moses and the New Testa-
ment. _
I believe that a well-read Zionist or other
person steeped in Jewish history should be
present when reading "A Psychohistory of
Zionism." by Jay A. Gonen (New York. Mason
Charter. S15, 376 pp.).
MUCH OF the book is one man's opinion
which is contrary to the facts. It almost attains
what Podhoretz once described as "perversity
of brilliance."
Prior to reading non-fiction, one should
know the biography of the author. Jay A. Gonen
was born in Haifa in 1935. His parents were
Socialists and non-rel'gious. if not agnostics.
He left Israel in 1961 to study psychology
in the United States and received his doctorate.
His present (second) wife is a Christian. He
has two children. He renounced his Israeli citi-
zenship and is a dropout from Israel."
HE IS a Freudian in even- sense of the
word and a follower of Erik Erikson. a pro-
ponent of nsvehohistory. This latest fad has
been derided by Jacques Bararn and other
eminent historians. Erikson. at least, tried to
learn about historiography before entering the
field
Gonen. as a Freudian, sees many aspects
Tiny Jewish Community
Withers in Castro Paradise
PL'BA'S JEWISH population of approximately
1,700a tenth its size before Fidel Castro
took power 16 years agohas full "religious
freedom," but the lone Jewish elementary
school on the island has only 37 pupils with a
Hebrew speaking non-Jew as their teacher.
These pupils, like virtually all Cuban
school-age youngsters, belong to the blue-uni-
formed Pioneers to whom the principles of the
Cuban Revolution are taught.
"WHAT WILL haPPen t0 Jewish faith and
practice?", an American correspondent recently
in Cuba asked. Someone shrugged and smiled
thinly and replied. "Much depends upon the
home, too."
The correspondent, Robert Gruenberg of
the Chicago Daily News, said in an interview
with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Wash-
ington that a Cuban Jewish civil engineer sum-
med up the Jewish community's situation this
way: "We respect the government, and the gov-
srnment respects us." and "there Is complete
freedom to practice the religion."
CUBA'S JEWS, about 1.500 of them living
Zionist Hlslorv:
Freud Exhumed
of Zionism in sexual terms. The chalutz .
turned to the Holy Land in order to have stm
relations with his mother, and as a result ni I
such relationship he procreated and begat him.
self as a new man.
HE ADOPTS Loewenberg's analysis of
Herzl but extends to all Zionists all of Henri
neuroses, including the act of being a gambler
in his meetings with European rulers.
Gonen then writes that for a gambler, "wu>
ning could stand for orgasm and killing the
father (an ideal), while losing could mean cas-
tration or being killed."
Gonen also fails to distinguish between I
Israelis and Zionists. He should know that dur-
ing the 1950s, many Israelis regarded Zionism
in a pejorative sense.
HE EITHER does not understand Ahid
Ha-Am or distorts his thesis. Ahad Ha-Am wroti
while living in Palestine, "I maintain that Zion-
ism cannot confine itself to the material work
of rebuilding Palestine While making ever?
effort to create a large Jewish settlement *j
sound lines, we dare not neglect to do what i> I
necessary to make Palestine" a cultural center
He was a practical, as well as a cultural Zion-
ist.
Gonen writes well, but his book is not
history but a web of misinterpretation. He lacks
a thorough understanding of what has hap-
pened in"Israel since the Yom Kippur War. Hit/
last chapter, non-historical, should be read be-
cause it is intellectually stimulating even though
one can disagree with parts of it.
i I
VJJ4
n Havana, have five synagogues that estfetf
before the Castro revolution. They include
Orthodox. Reform, Conservative and Scphardic
congregations. There is no rabbi. An American
rabbi who had been there left.
However, two kosher butcher shot* func-
tion, and kosher meals are served in \ INfg
gogue. Passover supplies conic from Canadian
Jewish organizations. ,
Cuban Jews, Gruenberg aekl.'<.' -neriehc*
no difficulty in receMnz parcels from tht
United States, but most of the postal traffic is
from Canada.
IN PRE-CASTRO'S Cuba, the Jews wffl
mainly in the professions and comrnerde td
industry*- Those there now are mainly profes-
sionals and, like most other Cubans, are gov-
ernment employes.
Those remaining may be divided into three
principal groups: those Weologicalry-orientedti
the Castro philosophy, including ome in promi-
nent governmental peats; thosa who felt the?
could continue a decent existence by werkinj
and drawing on their savings;
i
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Israeli Style Kibbutz for Vietnam Refugees in the United States ?
DEOPLE SEEM to be learning something from
Israel. Is it not written om of Zion shall go forth
he Law? The former Premier of South Vietnam.
Vygen Ky. announced in California the other day
that he wanted to establish an "Israeli-style farming
fribbutz" for several thousand of the Vietnam retu-
rn the United States.
Maybe the ide:i would be good for Amerecan
unemployed, rf it is good for the unemployed Vietna-
mese, it should be stood for Americans unemployed.
... THERE ARE people who do not care for the
S aw Sty'lQ f llfe They like urban Hfe' The>' like
k afvPLn the morn'n8 and rush for the subway.
a -S MB ffifcfXS
country had to be rushed back to dry

wartz
He was almost poisoned by the sudden flow of
nneofluted air. and there are those who cant stand
the singing of the birds.
Otie city chap was so disturbed on this account
he stock his head out of the window and holleftd
to the birds, "Hey you," he said, "what do you think
this is. Carnegie Hall? Get going. I want W sleep "
BUT THERE are many who would like h. There
... rt,*ny advantages. For instance, if you have
utrtrL^ri'.,0^why 80 to West Point? A kib-
* ood.
Most of Israeli generals come from the kibbutt
and considering the fact that the armies they eoff
mand were much smaller than those of the oppose
forces, it must be considered they have done pW
well.
Study your American history and you "*"
thai when Sam Adams, back In Boston, proposed
Tight the British, many kept saying to him. "J?
you must be out of your head. Look at the Bntis"
military organization. It is the finest in the *
We Americans haft ho military Organization-J
haven't any officers. All we have. Sam, are ra"1^
snake colonels."
A man who had shot a rattlesnake was consid*1**
te be licensed to call himself a colon"1
YET THESE rattlesnake colonel*, who *J
laughed at, didn't do so badfy fighting the Bntw*
IhV had tka same (NiekgreMd an the general* *M
came { ^ ^^ i^j^^
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Friday
, September 5, 197S
*Jcnisti Fkridifajn
Page 29-B
Gotham's Sutto,, Reports Canada Puts World To Shame
Acitcment Among Emigres
Ly YORK (JTA)
Ihattan Borough I'resi-
|t Percv Sutton, on a re-
l visit to Israel, found
I Soviet Jewish.. immi-
fots there had undergone
ofound change since he
met with a group of
m in Moscow in Decem-
1973.
the first of a series of
|clcs in the Amsterdam
L reporting on his latest
f of Africa and Israel.
Con said he visited an Is-
Bi absorption center in
iry to renew his ac-
intance with the same
|isian .lews who two years
: were still struggling to
Bin exit visas.
SAW (hem and found that
fchan'.*'' was. gfnt," the Black
lical loadoi wrote.
They were excited. They were
Bred, and they were busily
mptinj! to loarn the Hebrew
Lur so ;<- lo be able to move
[of t'lp ill nrntion centers and
lutiliw their technical and
scientific skills toward building
a Greater Israel."
Sutton said that "these are
brave people who reminded me
.so much of ourselves, as Black,
people, in our long struggle for
dignity and freedom here in
America."
Sutton said that another aspect
of Israel that greatly impressed
him on his recent visit was Hi"
sight of warm weather crops
thriving in the cold of January.
"IT WAS virtually mind-bog
gling to see the mange groves.
the banana plantations and the
tomatoes, the broccoli, cabbage
and other vegetables growing in
servere cold bigger and better
than if they .were in the warm
sun of1 Florida or Southern Clli '
fornift." Sutton said.
He added that "these fruits
and vegetables growing in the
cold attested to the genius of a
dedicated grv" of agSUMOftJlt*.
technicians and scientists who
btf turned Israels roadside,
mountains and deserts into for
tile and productive laud. A gen
iiis which I was to hear com
With Decision gainst PLO
Continued from Page 36-B
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and Treatment of Offenders.
He said that at the Fourth
Congress, held in Tokyo in 1970,
his Government had proposed
that the Fifth Congress be held
in Toronto and that this pro-
posal was confirmed by the
General Assembly. He added,
however, that, "since that time
there has been a steady de-
terioration of the atmosphere in
which international conferenc-
es were held."
HE THEN mentioned the dis-
cord that had marred the Sixth
Special session and the last Gen-
eral Assembly which acclaimed
Arafat and his PLO. He also re-
ferred to the anti-Israeli ac-
tions at th.1 recent conferences
of UNIIX), of ILO and at the
International Women's Year
eonfab in Mexico which adopted
a Declaration calling for the
elimination of Israel.
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Profits fi-ein this "Tbeetre
Night" will help to support the
many programs and projects ot
B'nai Brith Women, which in-
clude the Anti Defamation
League. Youth Services (B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, flil-
lei. and Career and Counseling)
and local Community Service
Recently, the Miami Council
of B'nai B'rith Women under
took a new community service
project, with monthlv visits to
Jackson Heights Nursing Home
to bring refreshments, small gift
items and conversation to many
patients in need of human
warmth and attention. Renee
Braun is Miami Council chair-
man.
is essential to any progress in
the international field," he stat-
ed, and in recent times, he add-
ed, "we have witnessed exces-
sive confrontation on issues that
were not related to subject mat-
ter of conferences."
The Government of Ontario
Province, under Premier W'i)
Ham Davis, initially took the
lead in opposing the presence
Of the PLO. Davis personally ap-
pealed to Trudeau to prohibit
the delegation from entering
Canada.
JWV Auxiliary 723 Ladies
Conduct Games, Visit Vets
The Ladies Auxiliary ot Har-
ry H. Cohen Post No. 723. Jew-
wish War Veterans, conduct*
games for th; elderly residents
of Miami Beach Hebrew Hoiua
for the Aged, 320 Collins Ave..
even- Sunday afternoon, accord-
UUf to Lillian Kevoe, chairman
Kach Thursday a hospital com-
mittee under the chaiimanship
of Ruth Spiegel visits the Vet-
erans Administration Hospital
patients.
Regul&i meetings are held th
second Wednesday of each
month, beginninfl at 7:30 p.m.,
in the Surfbide Community Cen-
ter: socials arc scheduled for
7: if) p.m. on the lourth Sunday
nl each month at the Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy
Dr., Miami Beacn. Mrs. Ann
Horn is prt ndent.
bituaries
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Page 40-B
Friday, September S.1
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Avodah Prayer
Chanted on Day
Of Atonement
AVODAH, the Hebrew word
meaning "service," is the
name for Temple ritual, applied
to the central nart of the Musaf
liturgy on the Dav of Atonement,
celebrated this year on Sent.
15. It poetically recounts the
sacrificial ritual in the Temnle
on the Day of Atonement. The
ritual, based on Leviticus 16, is
described in detail in the Misli-
nah and in a talmudic tractate.
After the destruction of the
Second Temple, says the au-
thoritative Encyclopaedia Ju-
daica, the description of this
ancient ritual became the core
of the Musaf service on the
Day of Atonement. The Day of
Atonement was the only occa-
sion during the year when the
high priest entered the Holy of
the Holies in the Temple and
he had to make special prepara-
tions for the ritual.
SEVEN days prior to the Day
of Atonement, the hieh priest
was moved to a special apart-
ment in the Temple court where
he studied with the elders every
detail of the sacrificial cult for
the Day of Atonement. A deputy
priest was appointed to take the
place of the high priest should
he be prevented by defilement
or death from performing his
duties.
The day before the Day of
Atonement, the high'priest was
escorted by the elders to his
chamber in the Temple com-
pound where he joined the other
priests. The elders earnestly
entreated him to perform all the
minutiae of the sacrificial cult
carefully as interpreted by the
Pharisaic school, and took leave
of him. On the Day of Atone-
ment, the high priest performed
the offering of the daily sacri-
fice, the incense offering, and
the other sacred duties. After a
series of immersions and ablu-
tions he offered a bull as his
personal sin-offering. He con-
fessed his own and his family's
sins, the sins of the tribe ot
Continued on Page 15-C
FROM FAMILY TO FAMILY: 'L'SHANA TOVA'
Jewish Floridian
Friday, September 5, 1975 Section C
Man What Does the Word Come from and Mean?
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the derivation of the term
Shofar?
Actually, the derivation of the word itself
is not too well established. There are some who
relate the word to the Assyrian and Babylonian
term "Shuparu" which means a "Horned
Sheep The Shofar being used in its current
sense as the "Horn of the Sheep" might easily
come from such a derivation. The word Sho-
far also might be traced to a root signifying
"decoration," or "beauty." Since the horn of
the sheep is an "ornament" of a kind, it might
be very well called "Shofar" because it "deco-
rates" the animal and gives it perhaps a cer-
tain type of beauty.
ft ft ft
Why is it that the Shofar used on Rosh
Hashona can be made from the horn of
any kosher animal except the cow or the
ox?
Two reasons are given in the Talmud. One
is that the horn of the cow or ox is not re-
ferred to as "Shofar," but rather as "Keren."
The latter term would preferably indicate an
item used for destruction rather than one used
for ornamentation. An item used for destruc-
tion would hardly be the instrument to be used
as the agent with which to approach the Al-
mighty for his mercy on Rosh Hashona. In the
case of other Kosher animals, the horn is more
of an ornament than an instrument of destruc-
tion. The second reason referred to in the
Talmud is that the cow and the ox bring to
mind the Golden Calf which was used in the
idolatrous sin committed by the Jewish people
at Mt. Sinai. A prosecuting attorney should not
be used as an agent for defense in front of
the Heavenly Court.
It is also said that a ram's horn is gen-
erally preferred for the Shofar because it was
a ram which was substituted on the altar in-
stead of Isaac. Thus, the ram's horn brings to
mind the merciful consideration which the Al-
mighty gives to His people in times of stress
and peril.
ft ft ft
Why is the Shofar blown at two dif-
ferent parts of the services on Rosh Ha-
shona morning?
It seems that the Shofar was originally
blown at dawn in order to comply with the
principle that the "pious perform their re-
ligious obligations as early as possible (Tal-
Continued on Page 15-C


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Friday. September 5, 1975


n.-i a. >"- ."--*-' J
'** Uw
-.4-
-.4-
Mr. and nans, Philip S. AM
and Family
Mt their relat::es and friend*
A Hippy jnj Pr,>spu.< \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. August
ind children Dale, Lisa and sen Jack
untr. ;'' -As-- j- and friend*
A Hi-r. New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Abrams
and Family
truth their relatives and friends
A Hippy md Projperjui New Year
Mr and Mrs. Albert Ackersfeia
and Family
Mrith their relative* and fnends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. ojm oodanes
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ-- Heu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Adler
end sen Mark
wish their relative anj friend*
D .. v A Harr>\ j- i frwperoui AJew rear
A Hjr.nv jr.J Pr.aperous \ew Year ______fj___________\_________________
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
wish their friends
Re*, and Mrs. Merdechai Adler,
Adioe
Wish their relatives and fnends
Mr and Mrs. Raman Bakolchuk
and Family
Uriah their ~;la:.-:- j-'.J friends
A Hapoj and Pre*prtu New Tear A Happy and Krajpei .. ,\ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Baiter
and Family
wish their relative* i-.i friends
A Hippy i-i P- \.-'.c tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aerenson
and child, en Benjie, Deena,
and Sandy
wish trie i--.i friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \ew Year
tt*r. and Mrs. Williarr. Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
wish their relatives -..' friend*
A Hippy and P Vv leu
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
u-.-:: :'- reiatix a i I friend*
A Hjt- N Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Agronow
aid Family
unsh then relatives ami friesuil
A Happy and Prosperous .V Yttxs
Rochelle, Marshall and
Robyn Anne Baltuch
wish thetr reldtivej ind friend*
A Happy and P ui New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Aifcen
and Family
wish their relattiei and jnends
A Hippy ind Protpmtoms Sew Ywat
Mrs. Rose Sanies
and Family
uns'n their eia::-. e- i:i .ends
A Hipp;, aii P'o;perjus New Year
yHE ASSIMILATORY impact
of the American open so-
ciety on Jews was cited by B
Lubavitcher rabbi in an inter-
view as the rationale for the
Lubavitcher movement's out-
reach efforts to fight such as-
similation
"We do not stay barricaded
behind our doors." said Luba-
vitcher Youth Organization head
Rabbi Schmuel Butman, inter-
viewed in his modern office at
the Lubavitcher compound in
the Crown Heights section of
Brooklyn.
THE LUBAVITCHER move
ment is known in Hebrew as
Chabad. an acrostic for Cho-
chmo (wisdom). Bino (under-
standing) and Daas (knowl-
edge).
Although Hasidim are known
for their emotional approach to
Judaism, the Lubavitcher move-
ment stresses the intellectual
approach as well. The Chabad
approach teaches a person to
serve God not only with his
heart but also with his mind.
Rabbi Butman said.
The Lubavitcher movement is
the largest segment of HasiJism.
according to various sources.
Rabbi Butman says there are
500.000 Lubavitcher members
in the world, with 10 to 20 per
cent living in the United States.
IN ADDITION to headquar-
ters in Brooklyn, major Luba-
vitcher communities are in 20
Lubavitcher
Monitor Trends
In Assimilation
By MINDY YOCHELSON
U.S. and Canadian cities, in-
cluding Las Angeles. Miami
Beach! Houston, Minneapolis-
St. Paul. Philadelphia. Toronto
and Montreal. The name Luba-
vitcher is taken from the White
Russian town of Lubavitch
where the movement began in
the 19th century-
Although from the standpoint
of Orthodox Judais-n there can
be no change in the basic con-
cepts of Judaism, there has
been a change in the Luba-
vitcher approach to the outside
world. Rabbi Butttan sr.l
Rabbi Butman cited the basic
Jewish principles of man's ob-
ligation to God and his obliga-
tions to his fellow man.
HE SAID th? change repre-
sented by the group's outreach
efforts to other Jews was the
way the movement now inter-
prets mans obligation to man.
The Lubavitchers stretch the
interpretation of that obligation
to mean that one should jo out
of his way to help others be-
come more Jewish.
This change began in 1955
when the Lubavitcher Rebbe
and current spiritual leader of
the jjroup. Menachen; n.
son created the L
Youth Organization, specil
designed as an outreach pro-
gram. The rebbe saw 1
need for a progra"''. o
because of rapidly
assimilation and tntennu iage,
Rabbi But-Man said
The new outreach
beg-ua by sending out repressn-
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene miexandtr
mmd Family
.': their rifaHnai
A Hipp\ and P-'ijperou* Sew Year
Mr. en-' niu Jaaaah A;**->r
and Fomily
vth their rtlauve* and frtendt
A Hjppv and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Altmark
and Foamly
uh their reiaxiuet and fnendt-
A Hippy ind Prosperous \eu. Year
Mr. and Mrs. JacV Attshuler
and Pamity
of 2120 SW 19Th Tarraca
'-.' tdfr re'ittoai aid 'n*m4
'A H"v ind ProrperOttl \eu: Year
Mr. od Mrs. Ernaet W. AnaUck
and Dauqhter*
Pamela, Melissa and Jill
unsh thei' resti"e and fnen J.
A Ff-~~\ ml ?-.trim New Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. lean April
Kn*sn their relatives jnj frfend*
A Hippy mi Prosperous \ew Year
Mrs. lose Banner
and Family
...;!. .1 ... r^if.. i jnJ friendf
A Happy and Prosperous T^ew Year
-B-
Mr. and Mr*. Hnj*Jd Barkowitf
and Family
*tli t^'ii 'lt'i.'" -nl friend*-
j A Unppv ind Prosperous ^eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boron
nd wjstii.'is. Randt and Wondy
I nndi r1-- -Wi>.--5 ^^J '''ends
A Happy \eu- Year
Mr. oad Mr*. Bnid Beaded
and Family
u>uri tlieir relotiue-' and 'nend'
A Hi"-"' and Prosperous yiew Year
Fannie and Simon lenberiel
and Family
uisli their nsleM'VOI and friends
A Happy and Prosperous }{ew Year
-B-
-B-
Mr. and Mr*. P-.iild I. Baron
and Children
wish their relatnes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mr*. Irck M. Bosh
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mr*. Max Bassin
and family
with thei~ refottvei and "'<
4 Hipo. and Prosper; .; \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Barons
Odd Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous -\eu/ Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph h Barmonn
and Family
wish their 'rljtrtr- j'.i friends
A H-pp> and Prosperous ,\Vu- Year
Shirley ond Leon Bernard
and Family
Ronnie end Fred Bernard and
Mario and David Bernard
u'uii tiieir rrlorwei anj 'ric.-.j,
A Happy ir.i Pi ,\ru Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Btunuack
and fomily
unsh their relatives anj -
A H*pnv snd Prcsperous -\^u lea'
Or. ond Mrs. William K. Bores
ond Children Phyllis, Lorry, Andrew
roc* ond Lynn
u>uh rhe-r relotrrci and inends
\ Happy New Tear
Mrs. R. W. At-
i-ishes her r-!:ves and friend-
A H-~-v md P-osper-ni: >{eu- Yeir
Mr. ond Mrs Salomon Arwk
ondFomiry
-- uush their relatives ani ^nenJs
A Hippy and Pr isperous \ew Year
Mr. ond Mr*. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
wi A Happy New Tear
Dr. ond Mrs George Boom
an Family
' A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Sol Bourn
ond Fomily
'. ': trrr relatives and fnenis
A Happy and Prosper >us Netti Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Charles Beckermon,
iaaoaon, v.oroi,n ana Darid
utisn their relatim -H friejad*
A Happy and BtOSpOTOUS \ew Y-:-
Mr. ond Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
U'th tr A Hippy \ew Year
Harry and Roberta Berger
and Family Steven, Michael, Sharon
ond Alan
ui.Ji Jieir raiativn and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Berger
and Family
unsh their relatirej and friends
A Happy and Prosperous ?iew Year
Br. end Mrs. Frederick Bergman,
ond Family
u:,^ -u(-. reldtu-n wd 'rtfndi
A Hopp> New Year
Mr. and Anr%. flarnw-/ Sernstoin
ind F-'mily
nwh if?er 'eiam es and friends
A Hipp. \eu. Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Rubin Bon
ond Family
wish their relative* and iriends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Vis. Gco-go Be.-nstein
and Family
xi-n :h 'rlafit'e i "--id>
A Hi; \..u. y.j.
Mrs. Yolanda Bernstein
end family
I rnendj
A Hj -. .I : -. .. Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bert
and Fomily
ui.i their relatives and jnends
A Happy and prosperous N'' "^ci'
Or. ani Mrs. Lawrence Brent
and family
unsh r'leir rel A rlofpN ind Prospers -\ >- Tear
f-r. ana nirs. Horry Biber
and Famiiy
' -- ind j rtendj
A H-- jj j ;'- ftperoiii \'-u- t ti-
nts, and Mrs. Arnold Broon
and Famiiy
u'ui their ifhttWH nd jriend*
A Ham: >nJ r-r.u-- W 1'J'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Arenovitx,
ond Family
wish fr*e*T -.'::- ; j.- | ffierufl
A Hipav X'au; T#ar
Or. and Mr*. Soymenr Z. Beisor
ond Family
tins'- the" -'.>,.... 1 -~_J
\ Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Bergman
and Family el
16900 M.L 4tb Av*.
North Miami Boocn
""' ends
A Mappj \ew Year
._
mrs. Morris Bionenfeld,
daughter Harriot, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerime Bienenfeld,
and Family,
Mr and Wrs. Edward Morrin
and Fomily,
u-.sh then r iuit. and Friendn
A Hup..-, uid I'- isper u Me* ra-
Br ond Mrs. Herbert Broufnw"
and Family
u-.iii their relume* and fno
A Happy and Prospe- >ui \
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Asness
tt-nh their relatives and jr-.e-.i-
A Hip"y and P- isper \eu> Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ahtert Aster
and Family
svish dieir reietitas and finds
A Hippy \eu- Tear
Mr. and Mr*. M-Wt* dejar
and Family
aim the-- -Wantes and fnends
A Hor>v 4nd Prei/>e-":s New Tear I
Mr, and Mm. Billy Bollock,
Daughter Sandi and
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bellack
and son, iesen
with their mfeVJianj and t*:enda
A Hippy end Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berk*,
and family.
their friendjj
A H-.ppy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berkey
and Fomily
wih their rajaajaei and 'nenj,
A Happ: ani Prosperous h)eu Year
Ar. and Mrs. Jock Bill
ero -dm.,y
or.-. 9u-r re : -:li.
A H*|>p \,- Tea,
- 1
Mr and Mrs. Abraham Awgenstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benaim
and Family and son Bemie
wuh their relatives and friends unsh their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tedr i A Happy ind Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkewirz,
daoohhm Honey end Debbi
wish the-.' relatives and fnends
A Happ\ and Prosperoiu \e:, 1 ear
Mr. rnd Mr*. Horvey Sermon
o? S.W. 23 ST.
wiih th^it roiattooi and fn^ndi
A Happy a-d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond ,.. ia3k,o4or Binnun
oad Fomily
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy a yflr
Mr. and Mri. Horoort AinAa
*d Fami'f
wish then telassves -.,.J friends
A f^.LV and P- ....
Mr. and Mrs. William Bregmoi
and Familv
lidsh their Tclativei and fnendt
A Happy and Pr.rsperow V-. t'-'"
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Breitbart
and Family
wi<': their relatives and friendl
A Happy and Prosperous H" Y''"
Dt. ond Mrs. Jock H. Brenner,
aooabter Michellt, sons JeHrey
and Gregory
wish B>* -i........' '- i*
A INpDv Hew Year
Mr. ana Mrs. Dovid Blaam
ond Family
*" then ra^sttimj ,j .r,..
njtappy and Ptosptrrjus \eu ..-
Mr hhJar BfamenWd
wuhe. his relative* ond tnends
A Mappy md Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond M.-o. Jam*s Bres'ow
Sjnd family
I the.- -'latire* and fri
A H-.-.-- smd Prosperous KB r,i1
Mr. ard A-s. Herman I. 8retan,
Barbara Nerl, Janice end '* wish the' rAnti-" :;d
A Happy New Tear


priday, September 3, 1V75
* Jew 11 fk iriidHann
Page 3-C
Tiic LuOOVitcher t -B-
Meyer and Mollie Brilliant
and children Cynthia, Steven
ana Joni
Ifish their relatii e\ and friends
A Happy New Tear
-c-
Mrs. Matilda Bromttin
and Family
u-.'h then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohan
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Barry N. Barak
wakes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manoel Burstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Tiew Tear
-c-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cahn
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Caidin
and Family
uiish their relatives and friends
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cimntr
nd children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
Wish then relatives and friend*
A Happy N*w Tear
Or. nd Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family
wish tieh relatj W frteadj
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chos.y
and Family
wish tods relatives and- friend*
A Happy ad Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chernov
and Daniel
With their relatives and fri-nds
AJIappv and Pronperous Men- Tedr
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chernit-ow-
d Family
With their mbjejam and flu id*
AjUpnx and RraoaeH>ne afm Tear
Mr. Som ChemoH
wishes hi tele- >s and 'r Is
AJ "Pp> a Year
;"r- and M M|pis ChoreanM
I
Is
' r
ooh

id
Wish the
A Happv c
Councilman and Mrs. Harry I. Cohen
and children
ol 16950 W Dixie Hwv.
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cohen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cohen
and family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen,
and daughters Diaime and lanri
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
of B01 88th Street, Miami Beach
wish their friend*
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cohen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Pater Cohen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen
and family
U'ish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. Irving Cole
wishes his friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Celeman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv New Tear
Mr d Mrs. Maise Ceslcaer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P-osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coslow
and Family
wish their relatives nnd
A Happy and P -"sprrom
Mr. Mrs '
I family
u- c... "''
/< Happy nnd Pre1 >ui &
~~Mr P"JV J. Crystle
Julia
wish u. . AH '
tatives to visit colleges, army
bases, and communities. Invita-
tion.- were also iied for Jew-
-. sit the
1 1
TOD VY Tl
a
. inists.
well-
publicized
\. York in
the si The m
actuall; cavaic id -
ed vans. by rabbinical
studei ed in the busy
street.- of New York and Chi-
cago. Their main purpose is to
persuade Jewish male passers-
by to put on phylacteries.
j h< I lb n itchers have also
started "candlestick brigades"
to encourage women and Kirls
to light the Sabbath candles.
Jewish, non-Hasidic groups con-
tinue to attend "Encounter with
Chabad" weekends at the Luba-
vttcher Brooklyn compound
during which they participate in
Hasidic living.
As part of a wide range of
campus activities, the Luba-
vitchers still send out their rep-
resentatives to do individual
counseling with those whom
they believe need help.
DURING THE interview. Rab-
bi Butman received a phone
cali from a distraught Jewish
Continued on Page 13-C
tnnan ram nav?
-D-
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Mr. id Mrs. icl 0 cno.-a
Family
-c-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cutler
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
-D-
Mr. ond Mrs. Isaac Dannenberg
and Family
wish their relatives and frtends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauar
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Daum
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davidawitz
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. Celia P. Davis
wishes her children and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear'
Dr. and Mrs. Dale G. Davis
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Dawsen
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Deofcter
and Family
umh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Delnick
and Family
wuh their relatives end friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Demsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Deatsch
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Diamond
and Family
nsh (heir relatives and friends
'appy and Prosperous New Tear
: and Mrs. Henry ::. Diamond
and Sens Perry and Poos'
> their relatives and ien.'
i,i i\ and Prosperous >'ew T< IT
Mrs. Jack A. Diamond
and Family
icsh theft relatives md 'rieml.s
A Happv New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. En Essen und
Mr-, ond Mrs. Richard Essen

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond"
Lisa end Steven
A H ::' N>
Mr. and Mrs. iviyron Dickstein
and Family
not
\:u' Tear
Mr, and Mrs. Sam Diemar
and family
nds
A H.i: IP :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dines
and Family
.;:.,. and fiiends
A Ha/ x and Prosperous N Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dronow
and Family
elattvi
A Happ) \. :. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dobbin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mrs. Lillian Dubowy
and Mr Leon Kronheim
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Joseph Dontov
wishes her friends
A Happy New Tear
E-
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edelmon
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Raise Edoimon
Marc and Hildy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Edelsoa
and daughters Beth end Lisa
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards
and Family
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
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Einik
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Niu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Artie Einlegar,
son Neil and daughter lynne
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs Seminal Ermeff
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous New Teir
Mr. and Mrs. Nathemiel B. latins
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. FJkins
and Family
wish their relatives and friend
A Happy and Prosperous New T' :r
Mr. and Mrs. David Ellison
and family
wish their relatives and friend
A Happy and Pro rous New
IV 'tarman Emmers and Famih
wish thei" ""d frien.
A H .;: """< New
Dr. and Mrs. raid Enerfeld
a; 'ily
wish their re An. n-r frien.
A Happv and New '
Dr. and N Epstein
(ii nati ,
u their r< 'ives and
pv .-".I I '-' 1M
-F-
Mr. ond Mrs. Fima Falic
and Far
Mr. ond Mrs. Morris Fnrber,
Lynn, France, Elaine ond Adam
'. w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Paui Faske
wish I
A .'-:.
Mrs. Jfn.-i "finberg
end Fcmily
\' Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstoclc
and Family
; friends
A H I let Year
Mr. and Mrs. G. Feldenkreis
and Family
vi h ind friends
A Happ) and Pr< n us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Feldman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Isidor Feldman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Norman Feldman
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Bass Feller
and Family
wuh their relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morton R. Fellmon
and children, Barry, Sheli, Leslie
andSetk
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fenster
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mo I lye K. Fertig and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Max Fierman and Family
wuh their rclatnes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Jack aad Helen Filosof
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fine
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mi. aad Mrs. Exra Finegold
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. W. Fingerer and Family
wish their relatives arid friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Richard Fmk
hes his relatives and friends
Happy New Tear
.nd Mrs. Mo-' "kel
and Foiai.f
theft relatives and friends
.upjjy and Prosperous New teat
Mr and Mrs. J. / Finkal
a id children Mar. toff
and Soth
list th'ir relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
. r 'pv and I r.i.perous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Fisher,
Allison and Seth
wish their relatives and friends
V Happy ana Prosperous New "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher
and F /
m, theft and friend*
\ Hapj i and I V w Tear


Paee 4-C
* Anist FkriJter
Friday. September 3, 19;.
?ron n-vru
-F-
G-
Mrv eeliee Ftdwr aad Feawrr
ef 2U7 S.W. 3rd Street
.
A K-r- \>- Tr-~
Br. aad Mn leea Fltmeameaai
- I -
Br. aad Mrv S!
aad Feewly
A H-- i ]
Mrs. Merer Mike Fw
4 Children Hary. Mtaee Lee
Jeseek Shell. Debkie. Jock Micheel
aed Aaee Lee's*
and Family
A -
Herb end Dorothy Fre*om*n
f l?fO# Uteri Circle. Keysteee Fakf
a .-:,-- V. ._
Mr. end Mrv Aeron E. Freilkh
- u ^, .
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and children Alan. Geri Beth
Mi Mm
ttf.il
A -.--: ~ \ \;~ Teei
Mr. *ni Mrv Lewis Gedon
end children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
i fjSraatl
A He) AM*"*** M*a 1 --'
Mr. aed Mrs. 1*111 11 Getbrt
aed Family
Mr. aed Mrv Aerea frewam
A .-'.-
Mr aad Mrs. lebert Sereer
aed Family
-
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Gardner
and family
F \rw Tear
Mrs. Rose Garth

A tit N:. T :-
Mr. aed Mrv Jeha Freilkh
aad Family
- -
A H_.-.--. .' : '.'._ Yd
Mr. and Mrv Jack Geartner
and Family
. i :-i;
ri H- ',:.. Ta*
Br. aed Mrs. Bereerd Ohm
aed fnih
-. [ _-.i ;-:--:
- yrt ^ ...
THE MIDDLE El
1 the reeull of an extra
nan- dra.T.2 biz.r--z
Ahrahar: 4 KM Mil MJ
anae-.t MM
pies areaI
-
the world agair.
Crisis that ;::ecr> the lives of
gas in that area and re-;
hap? the survival
on,
The Arab* and :u;
-----
riwoU tare
to resaht tbc
rj! exigence arttl
the wirs
This is a
' :: K-Thi
-;
on the '
the l
S Tiu and
" -
- -:.---: hot
Ancient Origins
Of the Modern
Jewish State
Bv JANE And
LEE K-THORPE
.
the -emal
TO BETTEB I the
area,
j ths
-.- I
I
-
the
- ..
-
-
;
!
7
-d thrrjohout
--'>''. Jewish pec C3n.
.d to survive and n
Palestine, together: e
v- I pr.- klation -
5 of rule by d ^
I -
THE ARABS v.
1 Ei-tem p
He-
tin Jea these
ally and ethnicall
'- the early cent
--- conquest i
Arabu
!-. ntii .
n
. F
G-
-G-
-G-
mi fwih/
i -- : L-
J-. Hsff m \:. ftm
i.
Mr and Mrv Leo Gelven AH.;: \r." tuf
Mr. mi Mrv Leeaere &W
eaWFrnfty
- "
p-cr KSM Good'-1: end
ln,;a &edi9 ond Family
-
Mrv
ih/
A Heft? -'.- .: \:_ Tea*
Par. aaM aarv SenMre rriee
mi feasify
ij
A H-::. "v.- reai
Mrv Syhrk 6eedel
Mr. e*d Mrv Mortia Geld
mi Fe-ihr
-
A Hire :
Mr. eed Mrv Asrahsm Geedmoii
aod Foaiily
C-' -'-- X':
Mr. and Mrs. Eleazer L. Greenjlein
and family
AH F--rf-
Mr. mi Mrs. Alex Greene!J
ami Family
-V- rrkl a
A Hr/ I ?- ;- '
A Hrr- \;_ Tear
Jueoe anc Mrv Charles Gertler
and Faroiiy
M'. and Mrv S'T%on Gold
nr eaugh'er Melissa
---;-
H fr :-

AH.:-..:
eaW Feaeity
jr-. -
- r .- v. Tea
Mr. mi Mrv Geerje freJatkleea
*. .- -
6k#e GeWeaaaers Jeaei Ettber,
Ike ee Borbara

Mr. and Mrs ho*ard Gooditein
and Tamily
1 -

Mr. eni Mrv S'imwr A. Geaw
c-d feaeihr
- -
Mr. mi r? Jesee* S. Gerdtw
Mr. mi Mrv Mervk Greenxeld
mi Family
- --';:: I
1 IPrWspe-w
Mr. aadl Mrv Bea Grtnold
aatd Family
:' :.- -' im -
- H.rr- ";-f
Mr aW MTV Keawetk &re$
aad Family
A Htt

Aarv Kemaetb
1.- ---
A H- .. -"v'rii 1 !'
mr. md Hn. Malcebw FriadntaeT
and family
-- k 1* i'.i -'-r-i;
A H. .... Xm
9mT. tm^W aVV 5rWMty R. VCffffS
ffiiiil
_ ---.-- -- :-i,
AH.-- Tea
BV. aad Mrv Arfber L CnVrt
.W FmmSy
- -1 .
A H_::- i-i F Veal Yes*
Mr and Mrv Larry Gilbert : t --'.. cai f A H.-r ^\*;. Tear
Air. and Mrv Ben GiHer
and Family
aMMBl
amd Faalf
r
.
Mr. aad Mrv Mai GeWia
Sadry amd A are* tildmaa aad Family
-
Mr. nd V,s. L. E Goldman
and *amih-
- I .---'-:
Fer*v>r Hevsma Cenmii5iaer
-
Mr. aid Mrv Jaime GrosMd
A H P-.-rr-
M'. cri M'i. Yor Gorodftlky
od Fomilv
i
- T. :- >., rbiliaGatrieb
A H.-- Tear
Mr. aad Mrv Seymour Friedman
and amMJammt Donna
A -

Or and Mrv Parni Giadcanam
and Family
" r-.i
Mrv bad PL Sfet
Akaa Kaibi. Lori
baretby ead Nat GeWmoa
mi
Mr. mi mrv Jerome 6retmaa
aad Family
- -
Mr. end Mrv Jelk Greifeid
- F.ity
A H.-r ,-?--: _^_
Mr. ami Mrv Saeaael Gr.sfeld
aad family
.:.-. r< *".J
-,-.*-.aP-^- r<*
Mrv lase &rett
Mr. ami Mrv Harwell Gross
mi Family
A H. ami
A.-.-
Peter GaMrme
Mr. aad Mrv Carol Greeakers
aad Family
. adt
\".-.. Taa*
Aftr. aad Mrv Morris Grass
aad faawr,
A H..- .. h --
- u

.- ceil -
;-

Mr. ami Mrs Joseek S. GoaJstem
Mr. aad Mrs fmeoael H. Greeakora
" "': : '-'' -'-
----- vxfu %-,_..
ad Akaa fffarkaaa
-
.
wehtrrem
Georae Adeie, Korea, and
Mortia Greeakero
- -
Teai
Mr. mmi Mrv After! PL frntsmaa
aad Family
A H.-r i P-.. .-- I
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grovt
- --i^--. a awJ '
A Kafift Km Y;______.

. .
Mrv Steert GoWste.a
A H.-- i--
Facbs

CVaare.

-
Mr. and Mrv Harry G*me*r
el Tile U*. lt>d Place
i ebaerea Sbeik. Ueary I*,
and r-andsont Jerfre* Scott
and Darrer David
raej
Mr. aad Mrs. jack Greeakero.
and saas Beaaett aad Mitckell
Teat
Mr. mi fcVv Keaaetk Greeakera
aad Family
\
Mr. awd Mrs. Mases J. ftnradwerj
Mettbew fbaaeel aad $yli
Mr. aaa Mrv Seal 6nadwt^f
Steeea, Rise aad Ht*e
* H -.-- -
Mr aad Mrv Bart wnrtmeo
aad Fomily
Maneai a**'. '
Mr. aad Mrs. Derid M Greeasteia
aad Family

Mr. aad Mrv Mama B. Gw ::"-
aeoebters Sbewy, Tracy aad neady
AHiff \ -- "______
Mr. mad Mrv Lea amki^
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Friday, September 5,1975
+Jewl$t ihrkMom
Page 5-C
JEWISH REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS
FROM EUROPE, 15 MAY 1948 31 DECEMBER 1970
l mope, communist since 1948, birthplace
BO o'iii.> European Jewish mim
seeking new home and a refuge m Israel .<*..
1948 and 1970 These Central European immigrants
ill tor ic ol all Jewish immigrants tq
'Od
I I'Of III
..... .::- 'd 1973 the population ot Israel rose
.' :i, (he jrahon
tunan mm ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
and children Donald and Ellen
wish their relatives and friends
A H.'ppv ami Prosperous New fear
Mrs Jennie Jawitz
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Julien,
Cheryl, Stephen and Susan
with their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous N't" tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mrrnur JurKowirx
and children, Marcv and Warrtn
u'iui their relatives and friends
A Happy New "Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Arie Kaduri
U'l-h their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
hammed, who was the founder
of Islam.
The Arabs conquered most ot
the Middle East including Pal-
estine which they ruled be-
tween 63" and 1099 C.E. Most
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Mr. (Mid Mrs. Mew Gumlersheim
nd Family
wu'i i'.ti' relatives and friends
A Happy ">>! Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Rose Gunrher
and Family
I...' their relatives and friends
A Hj,t: and Prosperous New Tenr
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime M. Guralnik
and Family
ti <': their relatives and friends
A Hu,-r: a-.: Prosperous \eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Guterman
and Family
relatives and friends
A '-I Pros].....tu Hew Tear
H-
Mr. ana Mrs. Herri Halperin
and family
their friends and relatives
A Hup/1 and Prospe-ous New Ted'
Mrs. Reoina Halperin Mid Family
relatives and friends
A Hap| ,. J Prosper jus New Tear
Mr. and Mr*. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
nth their relatives and friend*
A Hjppv and Prosperous New Ted'
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Narari
and Family
Unih their relatives and friends
A Hjppy und Prosperous \ew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Karris
and Family
" mi) fr.endt
A Happy and profvr...u New Year
Mrs Marw-ll Harris
u he 'ti
A Hapf Pnipe m >r(, -fear
Mr:. Midcr- H?cht and
children. :nbelle, Neal, David,
and Barbara
'i then relatives and friends
* Hj; : Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Max Heimewitz
and Family
<''< then relatives and friends
* Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr.^nd~Mrs. li.^ Herfami
^ih their relatives and friends
J^Hjppv and Prosperous New Year
Mr- Mrs. Saaferd Hild.brondt
and Family
uish iheit relatives and friends
J^Hapfy md Prosperous New Tear
* m4 Mrs. Harry rUsmnet
and Family
W**b*m> relattves a.n friends
n n'PPy und Prosperous New Tear
of the people of the Middle East
became Moslems under their
rule, although the Arabs gen-
erally tolerated the Jewish and
Christian minorities.
In 1099 C.E., Jews and Arabs
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Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes
and Children, David, Elliott,
Roberta, Jaime*, and Beatrice
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hirsch
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hirschbera
and Family
U'islt their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodes
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
and sons Allan and Mark
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Morris Honigbaum
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henl Honor
ami family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Meedwin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Peter Hemik
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Horowitx
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hervoth
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwlch
Mitchell, Francine and Ranald
uiish their reUnves and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ferresl Heetx
and Family
u/ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Philie Heats
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. An.. Hymen and FamHy
wish/heir relatives agid fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
joined in the unsuccessful at-
tempt tu defend Jerusalem
against the Crusaders. From
1099 to 1291 the Christian Cru-
saders dominated Pilestine. per-
Continued on Page 6-C
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kafin and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mrs. Maurice Hymaa
U'ishes her fnends
A Happy and Healthy Net" Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Charles K. Kahn
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Kaiser
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nymsea
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
-I-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Isan
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
J-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
Bruce end Clara
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy Ntf Tear
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Keaish
Uriah their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kamen and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin,
Maxtne and Stanley
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Murray L. Kane
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A tlappy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Jablon
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jablon
and Family
U'ish iheir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear.
Mr. end Mrs. E. Jan Jacebi
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacobs
and sen Steart
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
~~Mr7ond Mrs. William B. Jacobs
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Kapchuk
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Huppv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaslofsky
and fomily
Wish their relatu es and friends
A Hart's: and Prosperous New Tear
Harriet and Ken Kasselman
uish their relatives and friends
A H.ppy arid Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Allen Kats
end family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. George Jocebsen
end Femily
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jocebsen
and Children,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobsen, daughter
keri Leigh ana" Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Jacobson and daughters
Laura Sarene and Leslie
u'ish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L Jaffa
end Children
Adrian, Russell, Stuart and Lawrence
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and prosperous New Tear
Mrs. S. A. Jefuei and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. eae Mrs. lealt Jeswwiti
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Laa Jomkl
ami Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Nw Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Eli Katx and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Evan Katx and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Katx
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
. A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Katrman,
Richard and Susan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Freak T. Kouff
Stephen end Undo
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Isaac Kaufman
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaufman
ami family
tvish their relatives and friends
A! Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H Kaufman
and Family
u-ish their relatives and friertds
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Moise Kay
and Family
wistt-Aetf ferftt.itsf-aHd- friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and children Carole, Marc,
Barry and Richard
tr:>:i rlieir relative* and friends
A Happy New Year
Mrs. Dcsiderio Kellerman and Family
ti h their relative', and friends
A Happ\ ar.d Prosperous New Year
Max, Billie and Norman Kern,
Donna, Stephen and Scott Bloom
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. Max Kesselman
and Marc
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Alan Kessler
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Cantor and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
and Family
Jeffrey, Shir a and
Jackie and Bah LeJfart
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Teof
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kirsh
aad Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hymen Kirsnar
and Family
wish their relatu and friends
A Hjppy Nr""' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Klapper
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happs and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family
U'ish :'ieir relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs William B. Klein
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Terfr
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kleinmon
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Karnhlou
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. George Kotin
and Family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Jacob Kotter
and family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Kovler
and Family
tvish their relatu es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Belle Koxleff
end Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Alvm Kramer
end Femily
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Al Kraatx
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kranta
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


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*Je*islh Iflfrid/far
Friday, September 5,
1975
!vanan
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Dr. and Mrs. lawrence B. Krasne
and Family
Idan the:' re:j::i t
A hi.ppy and P iu \'
jot*
L-
Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
With their relatives and fri
A Hupp) Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Riven Krati
and Family
wish the:' ic.
A Happy and /' N
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
wish fir relatii
A Happy and !' \
Mrs. Richard E. Lear
I
A Happv and I' N ) eoi
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Kronowiti
and Family
wish thti ind friends
A Happy and Pi us Heu Year
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Kronstadt
and Family
Irish their relatives and I
A Happ and P x.
Lillian, Brina, Brian & Nicole Krupp
u-*sh r it
A Happy .. lerotis Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
arc" Family
I :
A H \ vl
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kulansky
and family
wish the:r relatives and friends
A Happy and P Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. lawrence lefkowiti
and Family
h their rel
A Happy and P \
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
A Hap; Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hmanuel Kupferberg
and Family
trish their relatnes and friend*
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Yean
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kurland
and family
un'sh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Al leibert and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David leibowitz
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlandar
and Family
IPMI their friends
A Happy \'rtr Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kushner
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy anj Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kusten
and Family
wish their relatives' and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. frying Kuttler
and family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. one Mrs. Benjamin Leigh
and Family
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr.
and Mrs. Chester lefter
end Family
irish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
end son Steven
Irish their relatives an.i friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepzelter
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
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Mr. end Mrs. Ralph J. Lompert
and Daughters Deborah and Ruth
wish their relatives and friends
, A Happy \reir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landesman
and Children Bruce and Shelley
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Tear
9
Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph Landsman
and Family
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and P ospe\ u Hew Year
Mrs. Joseph C. Lerner and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy Healthv anj Prosperous
Hew'Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and Children Beth, Jeff ond Jodie
Irish their relatives anj friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family
Wish the:' relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. end Mrs Louis Lang
and Family
wish then relative! and friends
A Happy and I' \ew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy HtW Year
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Lee M. Levin end Children
Jane, Deborah, Adrienne, and Albert
wish t':eir relatn'es and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Origins of Jewish State
Ms. F. lebensbaum and Sister
I. isl : I j
: P \ year
Beverly lefcourt and Children
:'
IP Y .
Continued from Page S-C
secuting and slaughtering the
Jews.
THE MAMELUKS (Muslims)
ousted the Crusaders in 1291
and ruled, until 1516. Many Jews
came to Palestine in this period
to escape from Christian perse-
cution in Europe. Rabbis such
as the great Ramban Xachmani-
des emigrated from Europe,
and Jerusalem was reestablish-
ed as a center of Jewish learn-
ing.
Between l~" and 191" Pai-
estine was ruel bv the Ottoman
5. Despite occasional ill-
treatment by the Turk?. Jews
continued to emigrate from
Europe as a result of expulsion
and persecution. Retween 1830
and 1914 over 60,000 Jews en-
tered Palestine, mostly from
Eastern Europe.
The rise of political anti-
Semitism in Europe in the late
Nineteenth Century was a major
reason for the movement to
create a Jewish State.
ALTHOUGH OTHER locations
were considered, such as Ugan-
da, the Jews preferred Palestine
because of its deep significance
as their ancient homeland and
the fact that Jews were already
there.
The fact that Palestine was a
province of the Ottoman Em-
pire, occupied by Arabs as well
as Jews, was not considered an
important obstacle, largely be-
cause the European attitude
about colonization in the early
loon, assumed that the bene-
fit ti the native* would be
greater than the disadvantage
of being subject to the colon-
izing pov
In fact, European colonization
efforts general with little
opposition. The circumstances
in Palestine ere different, how-
Inly bee mse Arab na-
- iras becoming a pow-
erful movement at the same
time that Jewish nationalism
was taking hold. The Jewish
settlement of P -' i wm
clearly intended as the begin-
ning of a I .-' -' id the
Arab majority therefore oppos-
ed it.
Arab leaders requested that
the Turkish rul ; put an end
to both Jewish immigration and
land purchase. By 1914. Arabs
had estab'-.shed anti-Zionist so-
cieties in Jerusalem. Jaffa
Haifa, Cairo, Beirut and Istan-
bul.
THAT SAME year the British
government declared war or,
Turkey, and defeated it in \m
In an effort to win Arab sufr
port. Britain encouraged the
Arab nationalist movement and
in 1915 informed Hussein, Sherif
of Mecca, that Britain support,
ed Arab independence.
In the next few years Zionist
groups, political consideration
and world opinion led the Brit-
ish t'i support the founding of
a national homeland for the
Jews, in its Balfour Declaration
of November. 191".
It was unclear whetl
two pledges were com idictory
or not. since no so
tory was promised to either the
Arabs or the Jews But Brit
promise to BUppo t Ai ih inde-
pendence was directl; contra-
dicted by the Sykes-
Picot Agreement
France, which was rj
1917.
THIS AGREEMENT called for
the setting up of tv Vrib
states to replace the
Empire, to bt governed as
British and French p itector-
ates. Palestine was i
under British, French and in-
ternational control.
It was not until the mid-1920s
that treaties of independence
were signed with Lebanon Iraq
and Transjordan, and the mii-
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Mr. and Mrs. Newton S. Levinsen
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Htw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
end children Howard and Debbie
Wish their relative! and fnends
A Happy Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Liss
and Family
wish their relatives aid frie
A Hapr<: and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr.
end Mrs. Max Marek
ond Family
irish their relatii ts and idi
A Happy and Prosperous Htw Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy
wish everybody
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry. Robert
and Michael
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and P isper ius .\ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy and Family
Irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert $. levy
and Family
Irish their relative;.' and friends
A Harp: and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Minerva lichtig
Irishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Peaceful Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maximo N. Lichy
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ on i Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr and Mrs. Louis lopatin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A nappy end Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam luby, Sr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waqhelstein,
son Stephen, daughter Nancy,
Dr and Mrs. Dan Morhaim,
Mr. end Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. lubv.
daughter? Cynthia and Jodi
wish :::.- ind fiends
A Happy Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Morgolesky
and Family
Wish their relatii- I
A Happy and Pros, Tur
Mr. and Mrs. Julias Margolin
and Family
i. ish -heir relatr IS d
A Harp-, and Prosper m \ w Tear
Mr. Sidney Margulies
wishes Ins rS.atv.es at
A Happy and Prosper Its N I l
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Merkow
and Family
:;;eir relative-- an : '" 'rtdl
Happy and Prasperou- \
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lieberman
and Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul lustgarten
and Family
'- end friends
A Happ; and P \eM) Year
Dr. and Mrs. Morton I. Lieberman
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Salman Lux
ond family
wish their relatives and frieii Is
A Happym I ."- .-. \r-. fear
Mr. Mac D. Marks
and Family
Irish their relj:.: ej and
A Happ i and Prosperous \- Te#
Mr and Mrs. Dave B. May
and Family
insh their relatives and ndi
A Happy and Prosperous \ i Tw
-M-
Levin
Mr. end Mrs. Merwyn t
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
Amy and Jeffrey
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Harry end Helen laskin
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edwtrd Lawrence
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
and Family
I ': their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alton Levine
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. David B. Liebman
ii ':< Fits -''-ends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
U'ish their relative.' and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
U'ish their relative, and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr- nd MrsTvVaiTaee N. NUtr~
and Family
wish their relatives md f'iends
A Happy }-lew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mayer
and Family
wish their relatives and "
A Happy and Prosperous H '- ~^ei1
Or. and Mrs. Aaron M;dow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
With their relatii :-
A Happy Hew Y
Mr. and Mrs. Maarice Mehlmon
and family
u'ish their relatives and '''
A Happ) and Prosperous \ '*"
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Lazarus
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
Happy and P- Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Lazarus
and Family
wish their relatives a>:A
A Happ Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader
and family
U'ish their relatii es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Ms. Dorothy H. Levine and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levine
and family
U their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levine
and Children, Jack, Randi, Mike,
Nanci. Robert, Judi, Felicia,
Jack N. and Jon

^ I' tnd P Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lipinsky and
Daughters Bonnie, Joan and Carol
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Magazine
ond Family
Wish their relatives and friends
AHapp: and Prosperous Hew Te.ir
Dr. ond Mrs. frwin H. Mokovsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lipa
and Family
wish the | -:.,. j.
A Hj" '''' Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lipsen
and Family
:ds
A Ha
Mr. ond Mrs. Harold Levinson
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maland
and Family
Wish the'? relatives and friends
A Happ-. a>:,l Prosper m Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Meisel
and Family
wish their relatives a-. I ''
A Happy and Prosperous \:<' l'^
Mrs. Max Meisel
Lewis, Tobi, Steven, Rachel
Ann, Peth Paula and Bill
wish their relatives and ~
A Happy New Tear
Mrs. Ann Meneker and Fomily
: their relatives
A Happ: and P
v Ye*
Mr. Nathan Malisoff
Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mandell
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy Neu/ Tear
' i Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mann
and Family
Wish their relat.ves and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Menti
their relai
A Happy and Prospei \
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mermel
and family
A Haj
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Mesh.
Ronna and Scott
wish their relatives and fnends
A Ha-'
d Pr
\.u Ttf'


. September 5, 1975
Friday. aepieu
,030's before Egypt. Syria and
; \ abia gained their In-
to Britl*
over Palestine wmitted
Jewish immigration
og up of limited
-, seIf-go*Bfnment The
Arabs in Palestine, honing for
ind'-rendpnce. strongly coposed
he Zionist project, ana attacked
thte Jewish settlements fre-
oufitk- ....
IN 1920. the Jews decided to
set up their own defense force,
\be Hagana. to defend them-
j.lves against Arab attack. In
ihe sane year the Jews estab-
lished the General Federation
0[ Labor, the Histadrut, in order
to encourage immigration and
economic development, and
over 8 000 Jewish immigrants
entered Palestine In mi. The
new economic growth in Pales-
tine also brought about an in-
flux of Arab immigrants.
TV Bntish understood the
conflict to some extent and
tried to appease the Arabs by
backing down from the Balfour
Declaration. The Churchill
Memorandum of 1922 explained
that the British only hoped to
develop a Jewish community.
and that immigration would be
limited to the land's economic
capacitv. The Arab population
would not be subordinated, and
neither would its language or
culture.
*J(-ni$f fhriidliifiiLn
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Mr. ana Mr*. So; Mayors**
and daughters Linda and Wondy
Mjh then relatives and friends
A Happy Hew TeaT
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Miller
and Family
, latives and fr-.ends
A Harrv **& PrOSperoU! Hew Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Howard H. Miller
ond Children, Miehael.Ronald,
Sheila, Gory, Cathy, Morty and Brian
flifl friends
A H.. \ w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller
and Family
Urisl Hives and friends
A He/ :i Ni w ^'car
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mintxer
and family
uv aid friend*
A h P-- n Hew "Year
Dr. end Mrs. K'cnervi R. Mirow
and Family
un uii i and friends
A Haf-f. and Prosperous New fear
Mr. ond Mrs. letter Mishcon
and family
Wish their relatives and friend*
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mittler
and Family
(heir relatives and friends
A Happ-. and Prosperous New "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
ond Sons Cory and Mark
Wish theit relative! and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous New Tear
*>. and Mrs. Leonard Morrison
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
* H*PP^ and Prosperous Neu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morse
and Family
Wilh their relatives and friends
* "a| Prosperoui New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
"my. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moss,
Hugh, and Andrew
"''" ''' relative! and friend*
A Happy \'f, Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Moyal
and Family
Wlh their relatives and friends
""Wg and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Anna Munehick
and family
""'= their relatives and friends
__JTm-- and Prosperous Neu- Tear
Mrs. Cecil Myers
nd daughter Hortonso
WKh their relatives and friends
A Happy y [n 1028. there were about 59,-
000 A-abs and 150.000 Jews in
stine. Over half of the Jews
fad entered th_> cotmtry In the
ears sincj 1918.
Arab unease at the growing
number Qt" Jews was intensified
dv the f?ar that the influx-
would change the balance of the
two populations. The Arabs re-
sumed their attacks against the
Jews in 1929. and these attacks
spread quickly throughout
Palestine.
The British authorities refus-
ed to allow the Jews to set up
armed units to protect Jewish
settlements. The Arabs concen-
trated their attacks on new, iso-
lated settlements and exposed
sections of the roads.
AS THE Arab riots continued,
the British began to take more
active measures, resulting in the
deaths of many Arabs, as in the
Arab campaign of 1936. In July,
1936. the Arab Supreme Council
again demanded a total halt to
Jewish immigration. Arabs at-
tacks on Jews increased, and
the British army was engaged in
continuous battles with Arabs,
killing many and being killed
themselves.
Following strong debates
among the Jews, the Jewish De-
fense Force, the Hagana, de-
clared a policy of restraint and
non-retaliation.
THIS POLICY was strictly im-
posed by the Hagana throughout
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John and Sonia Myers
1108 Washington St., Hollywood
wish the'r relatives and friends
A Happy Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
wish :' ond frier.dl
A Happ> NU Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Nacron
ond Robert
u-iyh. :' it i : and friendi
A Wappj New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Gabriel Nahmios
and Family
nth their relatii es and friends
A H^pr-- and Pt< speroui Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nathanson
and Family
urish their rel friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neshkin
ii ish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Neumann
and Family
wish their relatives and friendi
A Happv and Prosperous Near Tear
Mrs. Rose Newman
of 4747 Collins Avenue
Irishes h-r relatives and fnends
A Happv Hew Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Sons J. Nawman
unsh their relatives and fnends
A Happv end Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin .. newmork
and family
urish tin : ""d" friend*
A Happ> and Prosperous Neu> Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Morris Newmork
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Shale J. Nifkin
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosp.-rous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nissel
and Family
urilh their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norton
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Hapnv and PrOSberoUS Hew 1 ear
Or. and Mrs. S. Nussoaum
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea,
*h( earl] ye irs, and both this
and the he'- of Jew
caused the Jews to offer little
resistance.
In 1936. following reiv
attacks against Jews, the British
sovernmem appointed the Peel!
Commission to inquire into the
working of the Mandate.
The Commission felt that a
unified state would be impos-
sible at this point, and recom-
mended the partition of Pales-
tine into two separate states, one
Jewish and one Arab, with a
British controlled corridor from
Jaffa to Jerusalem. The British
later decided that this plan was
unworkable.
As a protest against Britain
for allowing Jewish immigra-
tion, the Arabs in 1938 and 1939
continued a campaign aimed
against Jewish settlements. At
this time groups of Jewk>h ex-
tremists, such as the Stern gang,
began to commit terrorist acts
in spite of the Jewish National
Council condemming such re-
prisals.
THE BRITISH commissioned
another study in 1938 in a new
attempt to bring peace to the
area. Separate Jewish and Arab
states were again suggested, the
Jewish one to include about
300.000 Jews and the Arab one
containing about 188,000 Arabs.
The Jerusalem area was to re-
Continued on Page 10-C
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Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Oher
ond Heidi Lee
wish 'heii relative! and friends
A Hd^py and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jolio Oberlender
and Family
Wish their iclatives and friends
A Harr> *" Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. leon Olemberg
and Family
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Opponhoim
wish all then friends
A Happv and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornstoin
and family
urilh their relatnes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Orovrtx
ana Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr .and Mrs. Leo Oslan
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ostrowsky
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Merbort Paigo
and family
u'ish their relatives and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Arnold, Jane, Michelle ond Joel Pakula
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Bornie and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv H'w Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Palmer
and family
tcish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoo
u'ish their relatives ai.d friends
A Happv ard Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Pawtiger
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Mrs. Murray Pearl
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
xatoto nata rmt
p-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peorlmao
and Family
uih ihe .- and friend*
A Hapr^ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mr. lnnrd Pechenik
and Family
n their relative! and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. George Pelti and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelznor
and Family
wish the'* relatives and friends
A Happv New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pepler
and son Irwin
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pepper
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A HaPP\ and Prot*rro:is Jsjew Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Perlmon
and Son*
U'ish their rt*tives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Eorl Pertnoy
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Pestcoe
and Fomily
u'ish their relatival and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. raword Pester
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peyser
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Clifford Y. Pierce
and Daughter Joyce
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pilzer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. rnd Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Plotkin,
Ben, loren, and Amy
wish their relatives and friinds
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. ond Mrs. Joseph Pomerance
and Fomily
wish their relative! and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont,
Dr. Edwin Steohen Pont,
and Dr. and Mrs Steven Joy Oxler
tcish their retrtltvei and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mark, Robin ond Sharon Popkin
U'ish their relatft"** and friends
A Happv New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Popkin
ond Family
wish their relatnes and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
U'ish fheir relatives and friends
A Happv Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. trying H. Press
ond Family
wish their relatn'es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preuss
and Family
wish fheir relatives and friends
A Happv a*id Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Abe Pritxert ond Family
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
The Parcel Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and prosperous New Tear
P-
Dr. and Mrs. Emanutl .-ushkin
and Family
U ish their n latii es and friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
R-
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rabia and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs Jack Radin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and chi'crsn
uish their relative! and fiends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rafalove
and Family
ici.sfi their relatives and friends
,\ Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratnor
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rauch and Family
u>ih their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rein
and Family
tcish their relatives and friends
.* Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard
and Family
Urish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv Hew Year
Mr. and Mr*. Victor Reiter
and family
urilh their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Restler
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Retter
nnd Family
uish their relatives and frienas
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Revitz ond Family
ivish their relatives and fnends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Richman
ond Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. David Richman
and Family
U'ish fheir relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Pool Richman
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. Jerry Rieger
and Family
uish their relative! and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Horry Rimer
and daughters, Andria and Linda
urilh therr relative! and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rizikow
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Essad Risk
rith their relative- and fnends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu' Tear
Mr. arrt Mrs. Meyer Robbins
amf Family
uish fheir rflatives and friends
A Happv New Tear )


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9-Jew!si) thridian
Friday, September 5, 1971
'Win hatv njvb
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Mr. and Mrs William liWti
on4 Daughter Dianne
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy ancPPrtrsp'cftius "New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
Itash rhrir rel.if.yes and friends
A Happy New fear
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Mr. ond Mrs. Phillip Rubin
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rogovin
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear i
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rubioe
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rvskin
and Family
Wish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr Abe Rood
loishes his relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tejr
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Rosa
and Family
;: their relatives and
A Happy and P \.if Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen
and Daughter Renee Shari
of 7940 Camino Circle,
Kings Creek Village, Miami
uivh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Healthy \cu- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
Adam and How, rd
U'ish thei- relatives and friends
A Happ_, New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. tester M. Rosenberg
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Irving Saal
lotchei hi* relative.; nl friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. M. lester Saal
and Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs Sam Sacks
and Family
U'ish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbiuth
and Family
U'ish their rela'ives and friends
A Happy 'Hew Year
Mrs. Charles Rosengartea
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Henry D. Raseagartcn
u'ishes her relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Itld Prosperous New Year
Si. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A HaPp\ and Prosperous New Yea:
Michael H. Salmon
and Marilyn Hoder Salmon
and Family
wish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Helen Rosnnthal,
Alan and Joyce
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Te Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenthal
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
*A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Jeffrey tosinek and FaaoHy
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Heppy and Prosperous New- Tear
Mm. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
ad children Larry, Lori and Marb
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P. osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Salmon
end Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Samee
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Samowiti
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sanders
and Dr. Steven Sanders
Uish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. I Mrs. Milton Rothman
and Family
ui*h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Abraham Revinsky
and Family
uish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. t Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
and Family
U'ish ?heir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubel and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Rubin
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hymaa Rubin
aad Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rubin
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Max Rabin
and family, Ross, Chuck,
and grandaaghter Michele
Uish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sandman
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Yankiel Saaezntk
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children, Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy N'w Year
ASA RECENT exchange schol-
A ar in the Soviet Union I
became very aware of a curious
phenomenon taking place in the
intellectual community. Several
members of the intelligentsia, a
majority of whom are Jewish,
are espousing the Russian Or-
thodox religion.
Although a part of the reason
for this behavior may be that
the Jews are responding to so-
cial pressures and attempting to
deny their backgrounds, the
unique situation of the Soviet
Jew suggests other possible
causes for this change.
FIRST. AS religion is officially
mocked and discouraged in the
Marcia Rose Satin, of Miami
Beach, recently returned
from a six-month stay in the
Soviet Union, where she was
an International Research
and Exchanges Board iIR-
EX) scholar in the U.S.-
USSR cultural exchange
program. Living in Lenin-
grad and Moscow, she was
researching a University of
Pennsylvania doctoral dis-
sertation on Anna Akhma-
tova, a Soviet poetess who
died in 1966.
. 1Mi v.'" -t
Some Soviet Jews
Seen Toying With
Russian Orthodoxy
By MARCIA ROSE SATIN
Soviet Union, the religious
awakening can be seen as an
individual rebellion against the
State, a group of persons trying
to express their "individuality"
(a negative Soviet concept) by
quietly choosing to believe in
what is officially more than
frowned upon.
But to make such a statement
a Sovi could select a variety
belli v outlets. Whv select
religion, and Russian Orthodoxy.
in partif!'>hr? Perhaps a look at
the quality of present day So-
viet life for the intelligentsia
.! -wish pnd non-Jewish might
help explain this phenomenon.
Life for the "intelligent" is
constantlv frustrating in the
Sonet U"ion. In his work,
cultural life, and spiritual re-
lationships the Soviet intellectu-
al is constantly precluded from
satisfying his aspirations.
IT IS not uncommon for the
intellectual (the Soviets use
this term more broadly than we
do, including all college gradu-
ates and technocrat.-, and not
specifying qualities of genuine
intellectual curiosity or in-
terest in ideas) to be employed
as a boat watchman or
"vakhtjor" (receptionist who
checks the papers of everyone
entering a building), in order to
spend the bulk of his work day
reading or writing.
If he is not willinq to in-
ornorate socialist ide is into his
work, he mtidIv cannot obtain
intellect '--'Iv gratif' inq employ-
ment. Writers and irtists are
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Mrs. Ruth Schnffiin
u'ishes her relatives and '
A Happy and P \.v Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence icnanti
and Family
uish their relatii u :.'
A Happy and Prosperous X eu Year
Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
wuhei all
A Happv a-id prosperous Hew Y it
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schorlet
and Family
uish their relatives and s end
A Harry and Prospe'oiis Vew Tear
Mr. ond Mrs Leonard E. Schwalb
and Family
. I
'. Tear
Mr. ond Mrs. David Schwanenfeld
and Family
: I ; -..:
New Year
Jean and Harry Schwartz
and Family
nd friends
AH :: \ Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Howard Scharlin
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz
and Family
their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and P.">perous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitnn
and Family
uish their relatives
A Happy \r, 1
Julias aad Frieda Zyss Seleski
U'ish .'heir relative-' a id friends
A Happ) and Prospe \e Tut
Arfkur A. Selevm
and Family
i fen their relativei 'ids
A Happy and Prosperoi '.' '/at
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler
ind Family
Uish in, i reiofn r<
A -Harry N
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz
and Family
A Happy and Prosperous New Year '''^ :,:f!T nhtivmrmi friends
-------------------------------------------.----------A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Scnechtor
uish their relatival and friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Schwartz
and Family
.: .;...,, ..-!j..,. atMj fri(.jj
: A Hapi I Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scher
and Call
unsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff,
ton Jim; Judi and Richard Pawliger
of 8107 S.W. 72nd Avenue
uish their relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz
and Family
lativei and friends
A Ha~r and P'. tpeidut New Year
Mr. and Mrs. S'mmvnd Schwartz
and Family
Irish their relative and friendi
A Happy md Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Sepler
uish their relatives t
A Happy and Prospe V Tan
Mr. and Mrs. Ltwls I. Serbin
and Family
uish their relatives an.! f I idl
A Happy New Year
Me. aad Mrs. Gabriel Shantz'n
ond Family
Uish their relatives an I
A Happy N*''
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schiffmaa
and Family
uish their relativei and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol SeSwerti
and Family of
5010 S.W. 91st Avenoa
Wish their relati.vs and friend.
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shapiro
ond Family
with ;hnr raUtrves and fi en
A Happy and Prospe- \ Tt
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1. Shapirs
and children. Daniel Jonothas
ond Adam
Wish t'.r-- ifiv..- a< ,;
A tisppy .V-; 1
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seaman
and Family
Mrs. Eva Schoonberger ; j*'1 thc,r relativei and friends
uishes her relativei and friends and P'wperoui New Year
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr and Mr.. Henrv H. Sheeger
ond family
'h their -tiid's ,i"i '"*<
A Har.p\ cud Prospe H Teal
Mr. and Mrs. Atvin and Family lavaaja
tvish their relatives anc friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeas
Mr. Bernard Sedon
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld ""^ M Albaum
d Family u ** relativei and friends
With their relatives and frknit Harp- end Prosperous New Year
A Happy New Year u^TTirTr -----
--------- -------------------------------Mr' "<* Mrs. Norton Segal
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoychid and family
and family wish then relatives and friends
wish their ,elatues a-id friends A HW and PVotoeroui New Tea'
A Happy and Prosperous >^eui Te> !----------------------_______________
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sibel
and Family
u u ,:ieir frien Is
A Hanr an '. Fraspei
Mr. ond Mrs. Arthur Sichel
aad Family
unsh thi relativei and
A H..pr. and PraaparoM v- w Test
Mr. and Mrs. A. Savransky
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
AV. and Mrs Stanley Segal
ond Fomily
raUteoe, and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rabin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Sax
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Jacob Schochter and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schalner
and Family
With their relatives and friends ZT" ":,r ramtsnei Mid frien.il
A Happy and Prosperous New Year \ "' a,'j Prosperoig \, Veat
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schalberg
and Family
Itnsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Sthomo.
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidlo
and family
"ash all their friends
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mr,. Harry Seitlin
and Family
msh their relate and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Ymj
Mr. and Mrs. Arthor Siegel and Fo*n>
i"ish their raasttnai
A Happy and Prosper,':.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Silberberg
ond Fomily
uish their relative, i I
A Happy and Prospers--
Mr. ond Mrs. Lewis Silbermon
and Family
Wish snail rotative* and ;';''.,
A Happy and prosperous N't* J^.
Mr. and Mr*. Max R. Silver
and sons David and lr
and daughter Gail
uish tneir relatives and f'ir*'<"
A Happy New Tear


September 3,1973
+Jewlsti Tkrktfon
Page 9-C
howl only through friends and
Kdcrpround "sanuzdat.
I r ihirallv life, even in Mos-
L?1! UnUrad, is limited.
rJZ -friends," the appro-
fe profusion (being I.ballet
"2to pet tickets to the bal-
money. or endurance to
!; on lines at the moment
Lkets go on sale, one cannot
trtTcipate in what cultural We.
3* (To some extent this
a problem of all urban cul-
[ral centers).
IT MAY be extraordinarily
tfficult to obtain access to in-
vesting films, plays, and con-
,'.;, because these perform-
nccs are generally closed to
.,e public and are accessible
nly lo "specialists."
Except for gathering in res-
LranK where the cost is pro-
bitivelv hieh and intimacy im-
Jadble, nature outings, and
hditional music concerts, there
t little one can do for intel-
Cctuai or spiritual gratification.
J Surely the high rate of alco-
lolism in the country is related
I the spiritual vacuum and tus-
wisfaction with life felt by
hany Russians. A major source
H gratifying emotional and in-
Lllectual ischange is close
fiends and personal relation-
pips.
BUT THE "intelligent" is of-
-S-
\nit. ond Mrs. Harold Silversmith
and Family
a and friends
| H.--' rid P tf HtW Year
Ir. William Silverstein ond Family
: friends
sperotu Haw Tear
Ir. and Mis. Simon Simkovic
and Family
nvci and friends
I :' osperom Tttw Tear
Mr and Mrs. Charles Sirnnn
and Family
11 ana frit nds
.' oiperous Hew ten
Mr. end Mrs. Murray Slcup
H '"Iv, David, Joan and Mori
their relatives and friends
A Happy Mew tear
*. ond Mrs. Sam Slavin
and Childrn
'* rV relatives and friends
A Happy Mew Tear
d Mrs Matthew M. Stepht
ond Family
IkvA iheir relatives and friends
I1 '- Prosperous Mew Year
Wr. and Mrs. filbert A Snyder ~
ond Family
J., 'natives and friends
I Prosperous Hew Year
Nn and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder
and Family
Jwun their relatives and friends
^Tpyj-.d Prosperous ^fu, year
Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Sobel
ond Family
relatives and friends
n^J^J' Porous New Tear
Mr- nd Mrs. Albert So,o
and Debi
ten dependent on Western con-
tacts for the cherished books
that are the food for his thought,
and frequently the people and
the books are not available;
Soviet reality makes no at-
tempt to deal with the eternal
questions and spiritual values
that plague the thinking indi-
vidual.
Concrete, rigid, and- often
"emotionally unsatisfying
answers are given to all the dif-
ficult questions a sensitive
thinker would approach and
very possibly leave unanswered.
IT IS easy to understand why
abstract art is hostile to the
Soviet society. It presents the
viewer with something he might
not immediately (or ever) com-
prehend or be able to explain.
At the recent (December.
1974) semi-official Leningrad
art exhibit of so-called under-
ground artists the absurdity of
this need to answer or to ex-
plain away completely what
could be troubling or inexplic-
able was demonstrated as the
voice over tin- loudspeaker an-
nounced that the 30-minute
viewing time was over, that the
exhibiting artists should stop
explaining their paintings to
viewers, and they should help
to clear the room.
AGAINST THIS background it
becomes clear that a turning to
-s-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Soriano
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New tear
It'. & Mrs. Reuben Sorkin
and Family
wish tluir relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. or d Mrs. Itvi Soshuk
u:h their relatives and f-ie-t.-fs
\ Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Miss Pascha Simonson and
Patrick Jasper
1 M"di t'- < and friends i
iH.rp-. ,;' Prosperous Hew "Year
|m>. md Mrs. Julian J. Sincoff
and family
heir relatives and fiends
|'"..,'-. and )' osperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sklar
and Family
fj and friends
flippy .. Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Speiser
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
.\ Happy and Prosperotis Mew Te.it
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilko
and Family
U'l*h their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sttfin
and Family
wish their relative! and friends
A Hapty and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs Fred Stein
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Huppv and Prosperous New tear
Jock Stem
and family
wish their relafv -s and friends
A Happv and froepertnu New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Nftf Tear
Miada, Cathy and Robert Stein
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
llc Kir relatives and friends
AHappv New year
| "'" Mrs. Somuel Solomon
nd Family
-ir relatives and friends
Jptond ProeperoBi Hew Year
*,M **" ""Hu 1,m .
, "d Family
Wy ind Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. >nd Mrs. Irvln Steinberg
and Family
Wish their -elatives and friends
A Happv Nf'f "fear
Mr. ond Mrs. Leon Steinfeld
and Family
Wit), their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosptrtms N'"' fear
Mr. and Mrs. Gcrsan Steinknrsj
and Family
icish their rel Hives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous 7v>W Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stier
Uftsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. SMnoy Stepkin
and Family
wish their relatn-es and friends
A Happv Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stam
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
religion is a movement toward
the spirituality which is sorely
lacking in Soviet life.
Russian Orthodoxy, with its
"obrjad" (ceremony) and ritual,
the beauty of its icons and its
churches, the intoxicating music
of its choirs, and its ties with
the essence of pre-Soviet cul-
ture, is particularly appealing to
the spiritually deprived.
To the Ashkenazy Jew living
in the West the Soviet Jew's at-
traction to Orthodoxy may seem
incredible, particularly because
his Western presence bears wit-
ness to the history of Russian
bigotry toward the Jews.
But the Soviet intellectual Jew
is not hampered by history, as
his sophistication has steeped
him in the positive spiritual and
historical values of his native
land.
FINALLY, WHY does the Jew
choose Russian Orthodoxy in-
stead of Judaism, which is spir-
itually as rich as Orthodoxy? To
answer this one must first un-
derstand the terms and concepts
involved.
Being "Jewish" in the Soviet
Union refers to a nationality,
something similar to being Irish
or Italian in the United States.
If you are born in Moscow of
Jewish parents, then you are
Continued on Page 12-C
najttivrDmrw?
-s-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Stern
and family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperou-s Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens
and children, Ellen and Leslie Ann
Wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Pv<\sperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stona
and Family
icish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Sara and Philip Straus
wish their friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strick
and family
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers
and children Vickie and Leslie
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures
and Family
vish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stsssman
and Family
uish their rrhtivs and friends
1 Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
and daughters Bryna,
Anna and Marcia
mish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swardlin
and fam'ly
tiM's'i their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
wish their relatives cud friends
A Happy Hew Year
lea, Randi, Susie and Sondy Swerdlin
un'sh their revives and friends
A Happv Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Swirsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Swiser
and Family
unh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-T- -w-
Mr* flito Mrs* lulword Tghjhioh and family unsh their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Morris Woldmon ef Hie Park Isle wishes his friends A Healthy and Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam WNMrna* *
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Talisman and family u'ish their relatives and friends and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
A Happy and Prosperotis Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Anchel Wallach
Mr. and Mrs. Mew Temchin and family uish their relatives and friends and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller and Daughter Roberta Hope wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Temkin and Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year

Mr. and Mrs. Moie Tendrich and Family Wish their relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wank ond Family wish their relatives and friends A Happy and Prosperous Mew Te, A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
Dr. and Mrs. Ed Tescher, Denise, Howard and Marc u'ish their relatives and friends and Family u'ish their relatives an,"! friends A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Tischenkel
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tobias
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tokayer
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Morris and Stella Tonal
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Topp
and Family
ivish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Somuel Trourlq
u'ish their relatives anil fric\ds
A Happy Hew Year
-u-
Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea,
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Marc, Barret ond Cindy
uish their retanvex and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benlamtn Weiner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Corl Wetnkle
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tea-
leoli Udell
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Uffner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ungar
and family
wish their jelatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tea
Dr. and Mrs. rwgn linger
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Welnkle
and Family
wvn their relatives and friends
A H..ppv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Weinstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Weinstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
~Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinstein
and Sens Stuart and Michael
uish their relatives and friends
A H.ppy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblat*
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. linger
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
V-
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Varat
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Henry, tenor* and Vanessa Ventura
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Viedroh
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Harold Vinik
and Family
- wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven,
Heword and Ken
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weiss
ond Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Teal
Dr. and Mrs, Lawrence A. Western
and family
wish fh, ir relatives and friends
A Happv and P.osperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer White
unsh their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. William Wlckman
and sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiesner
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and children, Sharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperotis Mew Tear


Page 10-C
#Jmist>fhrkfiar>
' Friday, September 5
tMSD TtSta TOV9
- W-
-Z
Mn. Miriam Wolfman Ernest, liHi
and Children Claire, Max and Neil;
Stanley and Marilyn and
Children Dovid and Nonty
:, :'\-::r -:.'.::.-; 2ffd friends
A Happ-. ..' .'' 1 crotu New Year
Mrs. Ernie Woo If e
nd Family
wish thev- u.cmri and friends
A Happy New Year
Mi. and Mrs. Isidore Zuckerman
and Family
wish .- h 1 and friends
A Hap p I .... Vu Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Harvev M. Wruble
and family
wish their relaui.es and friends
A Happy mid Prosperous New Tear
-V-
Mr. mi Mrs Salanwn Yaffe
Kiuh tr.c.r -;lauve.< and friends
A Happy ar.d Prosperous Hew "Year
Or. and Mrs. Mark A. Yatfey
and Family
wish their relatives and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yosman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Yelen
nd Family
wish their relative* anil friends
A Happy ar.d Prosperous New Year
Or. Bernard Tesner and
Dr. Paul Gutlohn
and tneir families
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
-z-
Or. and Mrs. Sonford Zohler,
Pamela, Scott and Jonathan
wish theiY relatives and friends
A Happy "HfW Year
Mrs. Alfcert (Betty ZaHca
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Zalles
ond Family
Sftsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Heraert Zame
and Family
wkh their re'.ative* and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. Nathan Zeichner
and Family
wish their relatives ar.d friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Siamund Zilber
wish their relatives s*-i friends
A Happy and WosJKTW New Year
MV. and Mrs. Loon*rd Zilbort
nd Family
tensh the:' relative* and fiends
A Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinnor
nd Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pri-.-prrous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Zinner
and Family
wish their relative* jn.i l-r.ends
A Happy end Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
nd children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
wish, their relatives and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mm, aa# Mrs. Alfcert Zismasi
and Family
wish their reUtnes and friends
A Harp y and Pntperotu New Year
Mr and Mrs. Uvts Zwcfctr
omf Family
l*i.h their relative' and friends
A Happ y and Prosperous New Year
Mr. ond Mrs. David Zuckerman
ond Family
wish their relatives and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous >Uw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zuckerman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NATHAN ZOLONDEK
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Best Wishes for a
Happy New i*ear
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE SHOLOM
OF POMPANO BEACH
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
I"he Jewish Community Cents*
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
particularly the members ol
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVrrZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members ot
TEMPLE NER TAJflD
and to the Jewish Community
for a Happy ana
Prosperous New Year
RABBI and MRS."
ISAAC D. VINE
Extend heartfelt wishes for 1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Mogan David
Congregation
its members, and affiliate
organizations
Origins of Jetrish State
Continued from Page 7-C
main under British Mandate.
In response to the British
plan, the Jewish Agency sug-
gested its own partition plan in
1938. It also proposed separate
Jewish and Arab states, the
Arab one to include both the
West bank of the Jordan and
the Gaza-Beersheba area.
It suggested the division of
Jerusalem between the Jewish
state and the British Mandate.
The British discussions of the
partition plans broke down in
deadlock in 1939.
IN EUROPE, irom 1937 to
1941. Jews were being sent to
concentration camps after the
independent countries of Europe
fell under German control.
Early in 1939 Germany was
still allowing Jewish refugees to
leave, but there were few places
for them to go. Many countries
refused to accept Jewish refu-
gees at all. while others restrict-
ed Jewish immigration through
quota systems.
The United States allowed
about 240,000 Jewish refugees
to enter but tightened its quota
system in 1941 and refused to
accept 20.000 German Jewish
children over the quota. Great
DR. and MRS.
LEON KRON1SH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Temple Beth Sholom.
Jewry at large, and all
humanity a year of fulfillment
and peace.
Britain also enforced a quote
system and allowed about 70.-
060 Jew* "> enter.
The USSR accented 250.000
refugees, and smaller numbers
were taken in by other coun-
tries, such as China. Australia
Cauada^Soutfv Africa anjLsomjs
South American countries.
THE ARAB leaders protested
the influx of Jewish immigrants
into Palestine, and following the
Arab campaign of 1936 the
British authorities imposed a
strict limit on Jewish immigra-
tion to Palestine. As a result of
Arab pressure the British pub-
lished in 1939 their Palestine
White Paper, further limiting
Jewish immigration.
Thus in 1940 only 10.500 Jews
were allowed into Palestine; in
1941, 4,500; and in 1942. 42,000
Jewish refugees, at a time when
the German persecution of Jews
in Europe made the need for
a place of refuge a desperate
one.
In 1946 the Jewish Agency
presented a new partition plan
for establishing separate Jewish
and Arab states, giving the
Arab state more territory than
before and asking that Jerusa-
lem be put under international
control.
^RABBiTJR^anfT MRS.
ABRAHAM B. JACOBSON
Wish a Happy New Year
to the members of the
B'NAI ZKDN TEMPLE
and the entire
Jewish community
RABBI DR. and MRS.
SHELDON N. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
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 and MRS.
ZEV LEFF
Extend Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE CONGREGATION
RABBI and MRS.
DOW ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
CHARLES M. RUBEL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace and Jov
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF
AND FAMILY
Extend best wishes to the
entire Jewish community
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.
ROBERT P. FRAZIN
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SOLEL
and the entire
Jewish community
A Verv
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Members and Friends of
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
from
RABBI and MRS.
DOV BIDNICK
and FAMILY
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Wishes
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
jhe entire Jewish Community
In the meantime, an
American Committee of w
studied the area in 1945?"
order to find a solution bo
the conflict over Jewish"j
gration and the problem 0
sn-'vivors 0f the Nazi genoc
The committee recomrrm
that th" aiea not be divided i
separate states but instead
governed as a bi-national state under British control
committee also called for a,'
mediate resumption of Je
immigration to Palestine u.
end to restrictions on jp
land purchase that the Br
had established in 1940.
THE UNITED Nations ft
tion Plan of 194"^ did not;
corporate this committee's 1
gestion. however, and instet
fixed boundaries for separatej
dependent Arab and Je,
states. Each state was to
divided into three separate 1
ments in such a way that 1
borders intersected in
places. The area around Jen
lem was to remain an in
tional zone. The plan's inter
ing borders required that
economic union be establish!
between the new Arab andj
ish states, without wr
plan would have been um
able. The Jews accepted tl
fer of statehood but the
rejected it, thus also rejeel
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
Extend Best Wishes to
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREAT
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGCGD
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORDECAI
CHAIMOVITS
Extend heartfelt wishes fc:a|
HAPPY NEW YEAH
to the member- r:
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH
SEFARDCONGRE-:.:.^'[
and the entire
Jewish c-mrr.'--:'--'
RABBI DR. end MRS. |
MAX I. WEITZ
and FAMILY
Extend hecrtfelt wishss faj
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
CORAL SPRINGS
HEBREW CONGREGAT0|
its members, and
affiliate organization
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON J. GROSS
and FAMILY
Extend to the Officers
and Members of -
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTI
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU I
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry and
ularly the members 0
Beth Jacob Congregat
and its affiliated organ::***
A HAPPY AND PROSP1
NEW YEAR
ol
RABBI and MR?;
PHILLIP A. LAB'
Extend Gratings to M
and Friends 01
TEMPLE BETH &&
Ft. Lauderdale.
and to the entire com*"


, September 5, 1975
* Mnislh fhridiair
Paee 11-C
, horpe < right) interviews Dr. Charles Malik, of Lebanon, in Beirut.
Center is Pittsburgh journalist Al Bloom.
nanan
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
sxtend to the officers, directors
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
:onomic union.
11 \ er, 1947, the UN
[proved irtition plan. It
>; J3 nations, in-
- and the USSR.
I ms, mostly those
igue. opposed it.
kven nations, me'iiding Great
i. lined.
JThe UN made no provision
\x enforcing its plan, however.
April 1948 Arab military
tits from Syria. Iraq and Egypt
: their attacks, and the
RABBI and MRS.
fclMCHA FREEDMAN
and Family
Itttnd heartfelt
EW YEAR GREETINGS
to
[triple Adath Yeshurun
id the entire community
Jews fought to establish control
ie British withdrew from
a. From mid-April ol
1948 the Palestinian Arabs be-
gan to leave their villages in
numbers, encouraged to
fiee by their leaders.
TWENTY THOUSAND Araos
crossed into Lebanon and Syria.
In May, 1948, 65 000 Arabs left
Haifa and over 50.000 left Jaffa.
During the same period Jews in
large numbers fled to Israel
from Morocco. Iraq, Tunisia.
RABBI and MRS.
MORDECAI SHAPIRO
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
Yemen Egypt, Libya. Syria and
other countries. In the same
month six Arab armies, those
of Egypt, Syria, Transjordan,
Lebanon. Saudi Arabia and
Iraq invaded Israel. The Israe-
lis resisted and ten days later
counterattacked. After more
fighting, a truce was signed on
June 11, 1948. with the Israelis
now in effective control of more
territory than the UN partition
plan had given them.
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the lewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NtW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
Extend Heartfelt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the Members *4
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
10RTON MALAVSKY
i for all Jewry and particu
|y the members and officer*
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM.
Hollywood,
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ITHURJ.ABRAMS
sh the Jewish community
oi South Florida, and
particuarly the officers
and members of
PLANTATION JEWISH
CONGREGATION
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
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.
AVROM DRAZIN
P*W a Happy New Year
I to the members of
femple lsraei Qj Miramax
and to the entire
lewish community
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH P. KINGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
To The Members and all its
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
MEIR MASLIAH
MELAMED
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
CUBAN SEPHARDIC
HEBREW CONGREGATION
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
fORMAN MUSSMAN
J MARLA and JAY
Intend their New Year
|nt_Greetings to the
If? T0RAH FAMILY
p theJewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
Extend to all Jewry and
particWl" h members of
CONGREGATION
BET BREIRA
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ANEAS WEBERMAN
Extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
hev Shalom
. Congregation
$ memOers, and affiliate
i Organizations
PJ^Jewry Everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
DANIEL J. FINGERER
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami
A Happy New Year
RABBI
NESIM GAMBACH
Extends Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of
SEPHARDIC JEWISH
CENTER
and to all Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN
and Family
extend their warm and
sincere wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year to
the entire community
RABBI
NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Wishes for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
TEMPLE ZION
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
(Rabbi Emeritus)
offers heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
BETH MOSHE
CONGREGATION
OF NORTH MIAMI
A Happy New Year
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
oi
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
Mew 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
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year to the Members ane
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations,
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI DAVID
M. BARON
Extends Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Memrjers and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
DR. and MRS.
DAVID RAAB
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON
Miami Beach
rfsnrf
DR. ar.d MRS.
IRVING ..EHRMAN
and Their Chilaren
Extend Best Wisnes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
to Temple Emanu-El
and
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
RABBI and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Bes; Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to the Members and Officers of
TEMPLE SAMU-EL
ar.d it- affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
J?wish Community
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
io the members of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
MICHAEL B. EISENSTAT
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
Its Sisterhood and 'he Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON
WALDENBERG
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI ZVI RAPHAELY
Extends Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of
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CONGREGATION
and to all Jewry
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of
CONGREGATION
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RABBI and MRS.
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Ml
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Jewish Russian Orthodoxy
Continued from Page 9-C
Jewish and not Russian in your
nationality.
This is recorded by the fifth
point" on your internal passport,
which is your primary identifi-
cation paper. Whether or not
you espouse the Jewish religion
is something else, and not in-
cluded in the passport. This
means, of course, that one can
be "Jewish" and "Christian"
simultaneously. Some famous
persons in this category include
Boris Pasternak and Nadezhda
Mandel'stam.
BECOMING A Christian in
the Soviet state, then, does not
remove one from being a poten-
tial target of scorn. One never
loses one's Jewish nationality,
and these converts in no way
denv their Jewishness.
While the Christian Jew may.
in part, be converting in a de-
sire to escape the negative as-
pects of Jewish heritage, what
he is adopting is not going to
make his life any easier.
It is probably more helpful
to view the decision to espouse
Christianity not as a rejection
of any Jewish religion (which
these people had never es-
poused), but as a movement to-
ward some promising spir-
itual fulfillment.
IN A sense, those Jews who
are becoming Russian Orthodox
are moved by.a kind of,Russian
history, culture, tradition, and
fate; the Christian Jew is trying
his best to integrate into the
essence of what he understands
as Russian (not Soviet).
No matter what the reason an
individual chooses either Rus-
sian Orthodoxy or Judaism as a
religion, if the "fifth point" on
his passport defines his nation-
ality as Jewish, he may be sub-
ject to discrimination.
PROBABLY THE only way a
Jew can protact himself in the
Soviet Union is to deny all his
ties with a Jewish community,
to give up everything that makes
him different or alien to the So-
viet society, and to become to-
tallv integrated into the non-
Jewish world. Under Soviet rule
this has been the primary meth-
od of dealing with all non-Rus-
sian nationalities, and in par-
ticular, with the Jewish nation-
ality.
But obviously, with the desire
for emigration apparent, it
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ANTI-SEMITISM has al
existed in Russia, whether in|
brutal fashion of the pogJ
or the more sophisticated!
tempt to snuff out the reS
by Soviet refusal to
Jewish leaders, the clcW
synagogues, and the r-ressji
of school children to constf
their religious parents
quated.
More recently, however aj
newed anti-Semitism seems]
be on the rise in the Soi
Union, and it is affecting iil
grated as well as non-i
Jews. This is an "official" j
of prejudice, clearly a camp
initiated by the upper ech
and which is occurring ini
following manne'.
If a Jewish member of aj
partment at a university
cides to leave the Soviet La.
the non-Jewish chairman of]
department might lose his [
on the grounds th it he did i
properly "educate" his sul
dinate. How can this no
then, not feel some anti-S
sentiments?
THE NEWSPAPERS are >
tinuously attacking Jews, call
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fJemsli fhridiaifi
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M
bavitcher on Guard
[continued from Page 3-C
llher whose-son. a psychology
K at SUNY, Stony Brook,
F planning on attending a
LVreak Festival The stu-
L? had also been reading a
E "allod. "The Way," based
,J Mew Testiment
ft, *brry. We'll send
& down to talk to h,m"
Ihhi Butm.in assured hr. The
ti Zok his head: "We have
[do this every day.
Rabbi Butman feels that some
ng Jews are leaving their
fcuion bemuse it ia not mean-
Ital to them. "The Judaism
. gc! iS watered down." he
I -iiJ. are the main
I his problem. Be-
I i one thing on
1 another, their
fldren are left confused and
[rn to other mrces.
(CULTURAL HI'S, he feels.
shallow r-! insufficient to
fu laism. "You
i tilation with
[:',,,,,. R )i Butman said.
, rahh' .....iu d: "In our
jimunity, home and shul are
L unit; ing fits. Thus
Ibellion is '
IMarriage is no longer an ar-
inied matter in the Luba-
Itchcr soci :' Arranged wed-
Egs-were a matter of custom.
fc: TAnudic law. However,
lere is arcane id dating, in ac-
tordancc witli Orthodox restric-
Jons on mixing of the sexes.
j "In a pood, clean, pure so-
lety there is no unsupervlsed
fixing of the sexes," Rabbi
lutman said.
A THIRD party, familiar with
he personalities of both the
Ian and woman, arranges the
hitial date. If the couple likes
each other, they are then free
to make up their own minds on
whether to pursue the relation-
ship. If they do decide to marry,
they must first receive the
blessing of Rabbi Schneerson.
His blessing makes the pros-
pective union official. Luba-
'VWhermeri usuaHv marrv at 23
and women at 19 or 20. Few
adults are singl beyond 30.
Rabbi Butman knew off-hand
of only one bachelor, who he
mentioned had a physical dis-
order. "It is against the Jewish
commandments to remain
sinele." he said.
LUBAVITCHER WOMEN do
not shave their hads after
pian-ia?e. but they do cut their
hlr and cover their heads.
Modesty in dress and appear-
ance is of the utmost importance
among the Lubavitchers. ns
among all Orthodox Jews. Rab-
bi Butman contends that the
Lubavitcher females are the
most liberated women.
I!" baes h'S claim on the
id?a that thf women have been
taueht to ..in tb" functions pre-
scribed for them by God. These
are: creating and maintaining a
Jewish home and raising chil-
dren. Th?se things, he feels,
bring them the most happi-
ness.
"Some feel nowadays that if
she' does what 'he' does, then
she is liberated. But this to me
is an insult to feminine pride,"
Rabbi Butman said.
The Lubavitcher woman can
accept a job or. other- duties
outside the home but never at
the expense of the home, hus-
band or family, he continued.
RABBI BUTMAN contends
that Lubavitcher outreach pro-
grams have been hurt only
slightly by the current eco-
nomic decline. These mainly
concern the opening of new
Chabad houses.
No new ones, he said, have
been opened in the last couple
of months. The rabbi feels his
community is affected less on
the whole than others by the
bleak economic picture.
"If someone is left unem-
ployed, we get him a job
through our connections. We
deal with large contributors
who are in the business world.
For example, I might know a
man who's a coat manufacturer.
I'd tell him if there are per-
sons who need jobs," he ex-
plained.
HEADS OF families are em-
ployed in jobs ranging from
professional to factory workers.
But Talmudic scholars and
Lubavitcher workers depend
upon stipends received from
donations.
Rabbi Butman says no work-
er employed by the Lubavitcher
institutions has been laid off
and all continue to receive cost
of living raises, as they have
for the past three or four years.
"We have to run larger cam-
paigns, visit more potential con-
tributors and borrow from
banks to meet our payrolls,"
he explained. Rabbi Butman
said that the majority of Luba-
vitcber community members
give 10 to 20 per cent of their
income to the organization, al-
though they are under no obli-
gation to do so.
"JEWISH LAW says to give
10 per cent, although most do
better," he said.
" Although he wouldn't disclose
the exact figure, the rabbi said
that the unemployment rate in
his community for those em-
ployed outside the Lubavitcher
organization is about half the
national unemployment rate of
9.2 per cent.
"Our community worries
about people. If we see some-
one in need, we help him out,"
he said.
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vjkwist fkirioh ,r
Friday, September S
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EXP "IT WH JSALERS
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Soviet Jews
Continued from Page 12-C
01 i
could
thing

Al '
not being admitted to ur.
ties and Institutes. A i
Leningrad Uni1
ty, who was nut Jewish, inform-
ed me that for I
s he had not taught i -
Jewish student.
ANGRY THAT the Jews want
to leave the &
Soviets arc refusing to educate
them. This, of course
situation worse fo
elect to stay.
There is probably not a Jew
in Russia no m itter what the
quality of his life, who has not
considered the question of
whether he should emigrate.
Many have even cursed the U.S.
for establishing a situation in
which they must each make a
choice over the issue.
The situation at present is a
difficult one for Soviet Jews.
Perhaps, if the Soviets actually
do eliminate the "fifth point"
on their internal passport, as
they say they will. Jews will

Some Jews want w leave the Soviet Union and are hc\
enough to make if. Dr. Hannah Zaslowsky, opthalmobgH
at Hada.-^ah-Ilvbrcw University Medical Cenrc. rccrt
ly trom Moscow, helps a blind Yam Kippur War veteran
bjcome iess visible and can
more easily integrate into So-
Met society.
BUT MANY .lew- have no de-
sire to reiect their Jewish iden-
titv. culture, or religion. The
prospects for making integration
a permanent resolution of the
situation seem unlikely, then.
Besides, physical features re-
main to distinguish Jews, as
well as names like Kogan and
Levin.
Perhaps the Soviets are pres-
ently seeking to resolve the Jew-
ish problem by o
low Jews to le-1-.. : -mall:
bers, honing tr> rid then
of a vocal, d
ality.
At any rate I oeil
months should indicate whe
Jewish international pres
and world humanitarian efi
remain in effective influence!
the Soviet government.
whethe the Soviets will
again close their doors and!
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Wio/fir: ft* Meaning
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Continued from Page 1-C
L PBsachim 4A). In the synagogue ritual
sh( .f,m\ originally took place
morning prayers of Shacha-
nts occurred either in the
nions of the second century.
Briod immediately following the death
I [an which forced the Jews to transfer
iu blowing to the late morning Musaf
trice.
It apnears that the sounding of the Shofar
I -he earlv morning service or at dawn was
taken by some to indicate that the people
Fisra-I were calling for a rise to arms
Lnst the Romans. They thus forbid the Sho-
|r from being used. By transferring the Sho-
%e Avodah Prayer
| Continued from Page 1-C
on (the priests), and those
ill Israel (Lev. 16:6). Every
he uttered the holy name
God" which was uttered only
the Dav of Atonement, the
nli orostrat-d themselves
|responded: 'Blessed be His
its whose glorious kingdom
taver and ever." During the
fee of the hig'i oriest. this
icdure was repeated ten
far ritual to the late morning Musaf service
it seemed to have been evident that the Shofar
ised only as part of the synagogue
service and nothing else.
Once the situation was not dangerous any-
more 'he Jews still retained two sets of Sho-
far rituals. The one in the Musaf service was
retained there, perhaps as a memorial to the
persecution which forced the Jews to place it
there. The other was moved to a period be-
tween the reading of the Torah and the Musaf
service. Some claim that it was instituted
there so that on the one hand the latecomers
who missed the Shacharith service would not
miss hearing the Shofar. Also that those who
were unable to stay long enough to hear the
entire Musaf service would be able to hear
the Shofar at least after the reading of the
Torah.
incense-offering in the Holy of
the Holies, the high priest
recited a prayer that the climate
in the coming year be moderate,
neither too hot nor too wet; that
the sovereignty of Judah be
preserved; that Israel be pros-
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inscribed "For Azazel" and the
other "A sin-offering for the
Lord." The role of each of two
he goats participating in the
ritual was determined by the
lots. The high priest sent the
goat "For Azazel" into the des-
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a sin-offering. After a special
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This traditional, and to some
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served as the base for the sub-
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Musaf liturgy of the Day of
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SOUND
THE GREAT SHOFAR
FOR
OUR FREEDOM
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We Are One
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Our Father our King: And who shall die by fire?
Teshuva: Great and Majestic Theme of Rosh Hashona
By RABBI DOV PERETZ ELKINS
rpHE GREAT majestic theme of the Rosh
Hashona-Yom Kippur season is the He-
brew concept of Teshuva. We are all in the
debt of Prof. Max Kadushin woo has crystalized
in three books about the Jewish tradition the
basic ideas of the rabbinic theological heri-
tage. In a book, "Worship and Ethics," Rabbi
Kadushin, professor of theology at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America, reiterates his
fundamental thesis regarding "value concepts."
Dr. Kadushin points out that there are
certain key words in the language of all cul-
tures which signify their quintessence in a
short phraae, or a word. Americans Jointly
possess such value concepts as "democracy,"
"majority rule," "civil rights," "freedom of
speech." These words, or phrases, point to the
values of a civilization.
ACCORDING TO Prof. Kadushin there are
Dver 200 such value concepts in Judaism, terms
pointing to the ideals and values of the civili-
zation of Judaism. One of these is Teshuva.
Thus Teshuva is not merely an act of ask-
ing forgiveness. Its technical translation is "re-
pentance," 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 con-
cepts. 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 understand 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 im-
proving animal. He is flexible enough to bounce
back after defeat. He is strong enough to over-
come past weaknesses.
He is courageous enough to combat form-
er mistakes, innate inadequacies, and unfor-
tunate mishaps in his life. In the phrase used
today by the civil rights movement, he can
"overcome." In fact, one way of stating the
meaning of Teshuva is "we shall overcome."
There are many phrases in the English
language which spawn a pessimistic view of
the nature of man. "You can't teach an old
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Friday, September 5, 1975
UShona Tova Tikesevu
FLORIDA FRIENDS
of
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
and
ALBERT EINSTEIN
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Holiday Greetings from the
AMERICAN FRIENDS
OF THE
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
T'eb'-- no. the C-c'den Jubilee cr 'ue fbundinq o: the
Hebrew Un /e 'srael's outstanding insti-
;- of H jh %- -- a and R-,;ji he A ma Mater of
lsra:: s p'ese-- jre 'eadership.
To Insure IsraeFs Future.
Support The Hebrew I nicersitv!
HERBERT BUCHWALD
President
Greater Miami AFHU
JACK S. POPICK
Honorary President
ALBERT A. DORNER
Regional Director
H4RRY A HAP" LEVY
Chairman of the Board
MRS LEON KRON'SH
p~vH-t Women's Division
FLORENCE D. FELDMAN
Director, Women's Division
4 Happy flew Year To The Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE SAMUEL
8900 S W 107th AVENUE MtM<
(Capital Bonk of Kendale Buildinjr)
'SERVING ALL OF SOOTH DA0E~
RABB! MAXWELL BERGER, DO. JOSEPH MAIEK, CANTOR
MAURICE DONSKY, PRESIDENT
1975-76
SHNAS SHOLOM VESHALVOU
RABB* ISRAEL M. TROPPER
OFFICERS AMD ERECTORS OF CON<~, BETH TFKAM
intend a hearty 3irchas Shras Cha''" V'SHolom, Osher, and
Vechol Toov" to all Members. Worshippers a^d Kial Yisroel,
here and in ERETZ YISRAEL.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLOR'DA
Rev. J. Kranrz, Pre*.
Geza Kohn, 1st Vice Pros,
'uliu* Haqer 2nd Vic Pres.
I. Gra^nbera, Treas
Paul J Weiss, fin. Secy
Benj. Weinberg, Rec. Secy
New Year Greetings From
SOUTHfRN REGION WOMEN'S DIVISION
AMERICAN TECHN'ON SOC'ETY
TFCrflflWI-fSRAEE HWTrT&TE Of TKHN010SY
Mrs. Milton Sirk'm, foeffcnr Region President
o
iNE OF THE h 0: a worship service-
- -he music. Many people are more
pressed bv the melodies at Rosh Hashona
Yom Kippur than they are by the
of the prayers that are rang In
from the oulpit. .
That is understandable The architects ot
Judaism planned it that way. Every note ot the
Bible has been set to music. Every word ot
the praverbook lias been scored so many til
and has been wafted on the wings of song by-
many consecrated composers.
THE IDEA is that when you approach the
Source of life, the Mover of souls and minds.
you should do so in a lilting atmosphere. Even
as you lament your wrongdoings you rejoice
that you have been given the power to make
amends for them. That choir ar the Holy Day
services is there to set you singing at the
goodness that you can bring into life.
But on the majestic Holy Days, in addition
to the message of the choir, there is the ad-
monition: Inquire. Be strong enough to look
yourself into the soul, says Judaism, and ask
yourself candidly whether you can't do better
as spouse, parent, friend, neighbor, citizen and
recipient of a great set of doctrines.
IF YOU were to split the Torah asunder
and diude it into two equal parts, do you
know what you'd find in the very' middle? You
would rind the 16th verse of the tenth chapter
of Leviticus And that verse has these Hebrew
words: Darosh dawrash Moshe," which mean.
Moses assiduously inquired."
There we have it. At the very heart of the
Jewish faith is the stress on inquiry. Moses,
the exemplar of sensitivity, of whom it was
said that his affinity to the Almighty was
greater than that 01 any other man. is glorified
not because he knew the answers but
he a- ght questions.
Rosh Hashona
Service Puts Spot
On Music
Bv DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Inquire. Investigate Search. Prob^-
ire ihe behests of our High Holy Day-, pro
ing us to evaluate our own lives, act a
own judges, and move ahead towards an
ameliorated existence.
ALSO OUR liturgy sings to us a song of
Require. There are certain demands made
upon us which we ought to heed. The shofar
sounds for you. and summons you to awaken
from a moral torpor.
In tne piayeruooK we are 'old that we are
not doomed if we live up to three require-
ments. Those three t's are tefilah. tzedakah
and tshuvah. What then, do the High Holy
Days require of thee?
They require tefilah, prayer, the recog-
nition of the fact that we are not self-sufficient.
not self-made. The humility induced by prayer
can save us from the devastating inroads of
arrogance and egomania.
TZEDAKAH IS required, too. Tha:
means charity, and also charitableness L.
be as harsh in judging ourselves as we are
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HELEtiE AUD A. B. WENER
THE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
The First the Largest Traditional
Synagogue on Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS WORSHIPPERS ANO FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
>. S. T. Swirslcy, Rabbi Maurice Mamches, Cantor
Dan Roth, President
Women's American ORT
Dade South Region
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY
JOANNE BROWN South Dade
SUE KURZBAN Dadeland
MINNIE GORSETMAN Snapper Creek
MARGARITA GUTSTEIN Coral Park
KAT'E SHERMAN Soothwest
ESTELLE STEIN-Coral Gabies
ENID ZERMN Kendall
LINDA MARTIN, President
LOTS ROSENTHAL, Chairman Executive Cornmrftee
MR. and IKS.
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jEMPLE'EMANU-E
A JOYOUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE MEN'S CLUB THE GROUP THE T'HILLIM CLUB -
THE SISTERHOOD THE P.T.A. THE 49ers THE PLAYERS
AND ALL AFFILIATED YOUTH GROUPS
RABBI SIMCHA FREEDMAN CANTOR IAN ALPERN
and the Members of
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
extends bes! wishes fcr the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
The Religious Zionists of America
MIZRACHI-HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI
Wishes to Members and their Fa1- ies
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Our Father Our King: Favor us with Your Understanding
THE SISTERHOOD OF THE
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CONGREGATION
VICTORIA ADOUTH, President
Wish all the Jewish Community a Happy New Year
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S.A.
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
Extends C^freetingfs Jo
Sr. Vice Commander
ARTHUR SHERRY
HOWARD MELINSON, Commander
1st Jr. Vic* Commander NORTON LEFF
SAMUEL D. KETY 2nd Jr. Vice Commander
MEL KORNFIELD
Judge Advocate
JAY RISEMAN
Chief of Staff
STANLEY BINE
Adjutant
LEON SILVERMAN
Quartermaster
ABE EISEMAN
Chaplain
NORMAN LEVINE
Major, Honor Guard
ROLLO JACOBSON
V.A.V.S. Officer
AARON SCHLACHTER
Officer of the Day
IRVING SOLOMON Recruiting Office
Inspector MANNY CUTLER
Trustees: LEONARD DAVIS, NORMAN BURMAN, HAROLD B1ERMAN
POST COMMANDERS
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Miramar_______________Mitchell Choi I ley
Pompano Beach ____________ Irwin Stenn
Jacksonville_____________ Nathan Barber
West Miami ____.......------- Sidney Potlock
Coral Gables____________Norman Levine
St. Petersburg____________Adolph Kutner
Daytona Beach________.Millicent Whitman
Miami Beach__________Maurice Weinman
Tampa...............____________Arthur Skop
Palm Beach________________Irving Cohen
Clearwater________________Joseph Stern
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Sarasota......._________...........Irving Cohen
North Shore........________ Abner Wolfson
Hialeah______......_______ Dave Goldberg
N. Miami Beach................ Irving Steinberg
Point East............__......._ Anne Nachmann
Surfside__......___....................Sam Frankel
Ft. Lauderdale__________Paul Zimmerman
North Dade______........__.....___Al Parker
Orlando______________Arthur Moskowftz
Cape Kennedy________......- Dave Rachoff
South Dade..................._.....__ Alvin Rose
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National Executive Commit! eiien
IRVIN STEINBERG MAUR'CE WEINMAN fckNER SCHOENFELD RALPH JvOSOFSKY
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VShana Tova Tikntevu
Our warmest gr?e'rgs ni*h Hopes for Peace and
Brotherhood imono all Feople and Nations .
and Let s Make BROTHERHOOD ojr Pledge fof 5736
From the Officer* ami Board of Director'
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTERS OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
DONALD J PE:FF
President
MfRON A. BEREZIN
Executive Dire From OFFICERS. DIRECTORS and MEMBERSHIP ol
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
1051 INTERAMA BLVD.
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ. Rabbi
HY KATZ, President
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Ex-e'-ds Bes* Wishes to A!! Jewish Educators,
to the Leaders and D; rectors of the
Certra! Agenc, For Jewish Education, to
the Jewish cece'a-o- o* Greater V a~
end "" *"e E"- -e :e.-. ;~ Zc -" "or a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
MftS. JULIUS SUKENIK President
DAVIS FRIEDMAN. Hanorcrif Presioant
MftS JACK DIAMOND. 1st Vice Preside*:
SH010M APUBAUM 2nd Vice President
May Hie trff*;ls ol last year nourish wisdom fcr
this year's dreams ami asr-ratiow*.
V.CHAEl B. IISENSTAT Roael
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
A KFOfM CONG'IGATIOH
5500 GRANADA BLVD. Phone 667-5657
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln, Roney Miami Beach Chapter
Extends Best Wishes For A Happy and Healthy New Year
to Members and Friends
L'SHONA TCVA FROM
MOLLIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD OF
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach BJvd North Miami Beach
MAX SHAPIRO. RABBI LEON SEGAL, CANTOR
JOSEPH KRISSEl. PRESIDENT
OFFICERS AND BOARD Of DIRECTORS OF THE
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CLUB
Extend to All A Happy New Year
1191 S.W. 1Mb AVENUE. MAIM
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
Happy New vear To Members And Friends
ABRAHAM DRAZIN RABBI
ABRAHAM ROSTER, Cantor
MORT FRIEDMAN, President
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2J2M Biscoyne Blvd., Horth Miami Beach, Florido
wishes the entire Jewish Community
Good Heolfh one' Midi Happiness
in the hew Year
MIAMI BE&CH ET7. CHAIM
1544 wasmrcton avenue v ;m! hack hoi
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AlEX KIE MAN PraSafcal
M0.:l BPJkFteAN Choirmcr ll Umti
SMIMON SJKI F;nc-:.o4 Seaatatt
JUUUS 0UBN Betortlinq S:c
DAVO PIUTNER Treasurer SAMl'El WE SZ Gcaboi
Sincere New Year Greetings to the
Jewish Floridian and the Entire Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
MRS. BEN 'TERRY) BELFUS
The Officers, Board and Staff of the
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER
of the
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY
ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Ex ?end ?c all its Frierds s^c S.pcsr-ers a
Mos* Healthy ard ujoc L : haric TtWtrh ''
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RABBI, DFL AND MRS. SAMUEL Z JAFFE
RABBI AND MRS HARVEY M. ROSENFELD, ASSISTANT RABBI.
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE BETH El OF HOLLYWOOD
Extend Greetings for a Happy and Peaceful New Year
A HAPPY SEW YEAR 70 ML
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 "V?!* STRKT N M,AM'' ***** 33161
OR. JOSEPH A GORFINKEl, RABBI EMERITUS
HERBERT S. LElCHUK, PRESIDE".I
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youth in the Diaspora "Young
jews from America and the
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COMMITTEE
4200 Biscayne
Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33137
ARNOLD KLEINER. Oa "
SPINOZA FORUM TEACH
"POETRY FOR *EA$U
Extends a Hea *
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Life goes on normally for Ma'alot school ciildrcn almost.
ties exploded into the world's
conscience. After the shooting
was over, reporters turned to
the history of the community
for background.
ITS NEEDS came to light;
ttie response of the Israel Gov-
ernment, of world Jewry, even
of nonsectarian organizations,
was swiftand welcome. Things
started to happen which make
living in Ma'alot a little easier:
A team of doctors from Tel
Hashomer Hospital, over 90 al problems are still being treat-
miles away in Ramat Can. ed in a free weekly clinic;
promised mental care to Ma'- # Tnrou8h the UJAs Israel
alot's citizenry. Today, emotion- Continued on Page 13-D
PIONEER WOMEN
COUNCIL OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
AND ITS
18 CHAPTERS

iu
CLUB 1
CLUB 2
G01DA MEIR
KADIMAH
SHARON
KiNNERET
CHAI
DIMONA
C W0.!A-:T
BF3A lOELSON
CORAl GABIES
AVIVA
ELIAT
M iSSADA
(V -MAR
SHALOM
MEN0 ...
isEGEV
Extend Heartiest New Ye ngs
To The South Florida Jewish Lomn unity
(Eotm
tuksotm
BETH EL
CONGREGATION
2400 Pinetree Drive
A. S. GROSS, Rabbi
HYMAN CHABNER
Greetings and best wishes
for a happy, healthy and
prosperous N&tn Year
to our Family and Friends
JOSEPH P. and SYLVIA ZVCKERMAJS
Rosh Hashona Greetings From
THE NORMAN BRUCE
BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
JEWISH WAR VETERANS Of
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
May the New Year be a
bountiful one and bring a
full Pteasurfi^Jf^l^appiress
'o oW me,Wbers and the
entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MRS. FANNIE D. REST, Pras.
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Sky Lake
Synagogue
'151 N.L 19Hi Avenua
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
945-8712
DOV BIDNICK
Rabbi
President
NORVIN DEARSON
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
Wishes all their members
A PEACEFUL A1SD
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
"Shana-Tova"
JOSEPH ZUCKERMAN, President
FANNIE GIBSON, Vie* President
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Vice President
LEON ORNSTEIN, Treasurer
WILLIAM BALABAN, Recording Secretary
ANNA KELLER, Financial Secretary
LEON APRIL, Hotpitalar
LOLA MERLING, Hospitalar
LESTER BIGELMAN, Membership Chairman
TILLIE BIGELMAN, Membership Chairman
MORRIS TAMRES, Parliamentarian
HILDA GLATT, Cultural Chairman
SYLVIA ZUCKERMAN, Social Chairman
YOUNG ISRAEL
of
GREATER
MIAMI
990 N.E. 171st Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
"THt CENTER KM ORTHODOX JUDAISm IN NORTH MIAMI BEACH"
WISHES A HAPPY AND MEANINGFUL
NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ZEV LEFF, Rabbi
DR. NORMAN A. BLOOM. President
H A D A S sTii
Extends lo fhe
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year To All.,
THE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mr*. Bernard Mandler
THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Emanucl Mentz, President
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
OF GREATER MIAMI
EXTENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE
SOUTH FLORIDA JEWISH COMMUNITY
DAVID BLISS BRANCH FARBAND 322
and
MOYSHE DAYAN BRANCH
extend their best wishes to all their members
for o Healthy and Happy New Year
ABRAHAM FISH
President, 322
JUDGE RALPH FISH, President
MORR.'S SAIK. Treasurer, 421
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
from the Members of
AHA VAT SHALOM
CONGREGATION
905 S.W. 67th Avenue
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
BEST WISHES L'SHANAH TOVAH TIKATEVU)
To all our members and community
ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD, RABBI
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
Wishing all our members and friends a very happy
and successful New Year.
To The State of Israel a peaceful year.
CHAIM WEIZMAN
BRANCH NO. 343
FARBAND L. Z. A.
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
MANNY BURSTEIN, Chairman of Executive Board
SAMUEL FREED, Financial Secretary
MAX GARSHAG, President
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
To All Their Members and "riends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB


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A *.e// Year to "^ Entire Jewish Ccy-T-jnity Services Conducted by Stewart H Sytnor TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA

L'Shona Tova Tikesevu CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES CANTOR SOLOMON PAKOWITZ RABBI M TAXAY HARRY SAMOLE, President ABE KLEIN, Vice President

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RaphP K.ngsley
Rabbi
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VyPlI W II1 Administrator
Stephanie Plum
Director or Education
North Dade Only Reform Congxegorion
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS 3EST WBHES FOI A
HAPPY HMD HEALTHY K1W YEA?
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
may peace be nestled in
the hearts of mankind
I'shona tora
MRS. SYDNEY KRONISH
MRS HOWARD HORN
Executive Committee
A Very happy New Year to A!'
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI VICTOR D ZWELLING CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President. EMANUEL BROWN
Sisterhood President MRS. KENNETH GREENBERG
________Men's Club President CHESTER GELLER
3es: wishes :^r z Prosperous and Happy New Y*a
THE DEED CLUB
WISHES GOOD HEALTH and PEACE of MIND to all
THEIR GOOD FRIENDS
TEMPLTTSRAlL---------
OF GREATER MIAMI
m RABBIS OFFICERS and MEMBERS
Extend to The Jewish Floridian and it, host, of readers
A Very Happy. Prosperous and Healthy New Year
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]-,;,!ay, September 5, 19" J
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The Unique Name of New Year Festival
By I. M. GREEN
ALL THE four major Jewish
festivls bear more than one
biblical or talmudic name, which
gives them greater significance
than they would otherwise have.
The great eight-day holiday of
Passover, in preparation for
which our Orthodox mothers or
grandmothers used to work so
hard for a whole month clean-
ing and scrubbing, is not only
called in Hebrew "Hag-ha-
Pesach" "The holiday of the
passing over"but also "Hag-
ha-Matzoth""the holiday when
only matzoh and no bread can
be eaten"and "Hag-ha-Aviv"
'the festival of spring."
Seven weeks later comes the
"Feast of Weeks," Shavout,
whose other name is "Hag-ha-
Bikurim." "the festival of the
offering of first fruits," and this
agricultural significance of the
holiday is even more empha-
sised in the Talmud than the
commemoration of "Matan
Torah." the giving of the Law
by God to Moses on Mount
Sinai. Sukkot is known as the
week when Jews eat in booths
to commemorate their wander-
ings through the desert, but it
too has an agricultural name
"Hag-ha-Asif"harvest festival.
THE FOURTH major Jewish
holiday, Rosh Hashona (Yom
Kippvr can hardly be classed as
a holiday, since it is a day of
fasting), has four different
names to its credit. "Rosh Ha-
shona" means literally "head
of the year," or as we say now-
adays. New Year's Day. It is
ct'lbrated for two days even
in Israel, where all other holi-
days are only celebrated for
one day, because in ancient
ti-nes it was not exactly known
when the moon came out to
start the new month, the first
day of the month of Tishri.
Rosh Hashona is a blend of
feasting and atonement, of
sober reflection on the sins of
the past year and of jovous re-
solve to do better in the year
ahead. So on these two days one
eats the traditional holiday
meals and goes to "tashlich."
to a river bank to shake off
one's sins.
Another name for Rosh Ha-
shona is "Yom Teru'ah," the
Day of the Blowing of the Ram's
Horn, or Shofar, because on the
first day of the holiday (un-
less the first day falls on a
Saturday), the Shofar is blown
in all synagogues.
ACTUALLY THE Shofar is
blown in all synagogues for a
whole month before Rosh Ha-
shona. beginning with the first
day of Elul, which starts the
sacred penitential period. Dur-
ing the week before Rosh Ha-
shona. while it is still dark and
before the morning prayers be-
pin. penitential prayers (Seli-
hoth) are recited and the Sho-
far is blown. On Yom Kippur
the blowing of the Shofar marks
the end of the day-long serv-
ices.
The third and fourth names
of Rosh Hashona can be re-
garded as linked together, and
their significance is usually
held to be greater than that of
the other two names. These are
the names "Yom Hazikkaron"
"The Day of Remembrance"
and "Yom Hadin""The Day of
Judgment," which latter name
is also applied to Yom Kippur.
On Rosh Hashona, which is tra-
ditionally regarded as the day
of the creation of the world,
God remembers all His crea-
tures and determines the lot of
human beings during the conu
ing year. On that day He passes
judgment on all persons who
are thus summoned to earnest
self-judgment"spiritual stock-
taking," remembrance on their
own part, one might say to
atonement and to self-improve-
ment.
ON ROSH Hashona, it is be-
lieved, the names of the good
are written down immediately
tor good and for life, while
those of the bad are blotted out
forthwith from the book of life.
However, the decision of God
as regards those who are in-
between, neither good nor bad,
is reserved until Yom Kippur,
the Day of Atonement, on which
day the lot and fate of each are
determined in accordance with
each one's repentance. Thus
"Day of Remembrance" and
"Day of Judgment" become vir-
tually synonymous in the eyes
of God.
ONCE UPON a time, among
the Jews in the pre-Exilic
period, Rosh Hashona too had
an agricultural significance, but
that has long since been lost.
In the days before the Baby-
lonian exile, the New Year be-
gan in the fall, since the old
harvest year concluded at that
time, and the new one began.
During the Babylonian exile, the
Jews adopted from the Baby-
lonians, in addition to the New
Year on the first of Tishrithe
present-day Rosh Hashonathe
New Year occurring at the start
of the spring month of Nissan,
that is. two weeks before Pass-
over.
Nevertheless, the celebration
of the New Year took place in
the autumn in accordance with
the old chronology.
The transference of the cele-
bration of the New Year to the
First of Tishri and the ascrip-
tion of an augmented solemnity
and sacredness to that day may
have been due in part to the
remembrance that it was on
the First of Tishri that the Jews
who had returned from the
Babylonian exile and brought
their first offerings on the new-
ly erected altar, as well as the
recollection that Ezra's impor-
tant and impressive reading of
the Torah at the assembly of
Continued on Page 14-D
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL
^Arthur htosicha*
<7/cm anJ J^icL Kosiclian, ^4ntu and J~ori
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings To All Their Members and Friends
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHESTER LEITER
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman of the Board
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI WOMEN
Mrs. Aaron Katz, President
Florida Council
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors,
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MIAMI, FLORWA
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAH
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
May ffce New Year Bring Sholom to all Mankind
TEMPLE BETH TOY
6438 SW EIGHTH STREET
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
CANTOR L. HERSHMAN
MORRIS J. HARRIS, President
MRS. IRVING PLISKIN, Sisterhood President
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
JJR LEON KRONISH, Rabbi JAMES S. KNOPKE, President
4144 CHASE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
expresses the hope for peace for our people everywhera
The President and Board of Directors of
THE HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
wish to extend a Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year greeting to all its members and ffends.
*^ HERMAN MARKS, President
Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida
and
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
EXTEND TO THEIH MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Suite 388
420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, 33139
Telephone 531-8702
The Consul General of Israel
MR. SHLOMO LEVY,
extends cordial good wishes to
all Friends of Israel.
With God's will, may the New Year
bring us the much-wanted peace.
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rozencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
Members
1242 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR
from
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER
1720 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
NORTH BAY VILLAGE, FLA.
DAVID S. KUMBLE, President
GLADYS SABLE, Sisterhood President
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
Coral Gables Only Conservative Synagogue
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
DAVID MATTER, PRESIDENT
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year
to the Entire Jewish Community
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER, INC.
6101 N.W. 9th Street Margate, Florida 33063
A Conservative Synagogue
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synagogue Beautiful" extends New Year Greetings to all
DR. TIBOR H. STERN, RABBI
CANTOR MEIER ENGEL
L'SHONA TGVA TIKESEVU
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGATION
843 MERIDIAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
JACK SEGAL JOSEPH FALIKSON
President Gabbi
Phone 538-2034
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE, INC
RONALD L. ALBERT, President
EUGENE GREENSPAN, Executive Director
Extends Best Wishes For the New Year To All
.


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+Jewish fhridian
Friday, September 5, 1975
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE PRINCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 Collins Avenue, Miami Beech
Phone 538-7321
Irving Krieger Louis Berbanell Harvey Chyka
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SKYWAYS HOTO
2373 LeJeune Road Phone 871-3230
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
REGAL HOTEL
615 5th STREET, MIAMI BEACH 673-0091
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CATALINA DORSET HOTELS
1720-1732 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4316
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone UN 6-8721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SIKFCOMBEK HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surf side, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
A HAPPY SEW YEAR TO ALL .
SOLTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West A. e., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 672-2412
Holiday Greetings From
MONTMARTRE HOTH
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 33140
Phone 532-1731
Mr. Harvey Weinberg
General Manager
Seymour Dresns", Manager
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
CARIB MOTEL
18975 COLL'NS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 932-2000
ADAMS HOTEL
203C PARK AVENUE
Phone 534 2114
MR. & MRS. BEN PEARLSON
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Happy New Year To All .
0R0NAD0 MOTOR HOTEL
Ft. Walton Se.ich, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
t


ON THI OCEAN AT 44th STUIBT -MIAMI BEACN
kPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SAND & SUN HOTEL
335 OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH 672-5331
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SUNSET HOTEL
Telephone 331-0446
4025 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
Phono 534-4665
3400 Collins Avenoe, Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Ill I-ABEU. HOTEL
6515 COLL IN 5 AV*VUE Ph 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN e^d FAMILY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. AND MRS. EMERICH KATZ
of
ALLEN HOTEL
2001 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FffOM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue. Miami Beach
534-2901
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CLAY HOTEL
1438 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 534-2988
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
KOSHER CUISINE
1545 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 531-7381
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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friday, September 5, 1975
Jenis9i fkridicif?
Page 9-D
&
THE
National Hotel
- n A f h e
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
friends and Guests
A Happy New Year
Holiday Greeting*
To Our Friends and Client*
Tltf
Santlti
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVI.
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR JOYOUS
HOLIDAYS
Jack Muravchick
S.-WeAMOIIK
IIOTII
1671 Collins Ave.
JE 8-7211
I Mr. & Mrs. David Muhlrad of
STARLITE HOTEL
wish their relatives
and friends a
HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
A Happy
New Year to all
QUALITY
INN
14501 SOUTH DIXIE HWY.
MIAMI
PHONE 251-2000
ALBERT LEVINE
GREG LEVINE
A Happy New Year To All ..
DELANO HOTEL
1635 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-7881
IRWIN GOLDBERG
PAUL KASDEN
Happy New Year To All .
MWTOWN
PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
A Happy New Year To All .
JEFFERSON HOTEL
121 15th St. & Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MANTEL PL4ZA APT. HOTEL
Salt water pool. Large patio, spacious card room.
TV room
Free Parking
Maid service
Open all year
24 hr. switchboard
538 1821
Bob Schulte. owner-operator
and
2S5-24S1.
mm PWZA APT. HOTE
Tropical Garden
Cotof TV
Maid Service Fully air conditioned
Now same owner-operation as
Mantell Plaza
Card Room
Open All Year
24 hr. Switchboetd
531-6343
337 20 ST.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
Miami Beech
Phone 532-2371
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
A Happy New Year To All .
CRESCENT HOTEL
1420 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH 531-6868
Owner
MARK STADLER
Beau Rivage Hotel
K
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
Sahara Motel
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
Chateau Motel
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
A First Republic Corporation of America Enterprises
We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for whi ch yon are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
them both.
Festive New Year Greetings
To AH
fs>meri(
Oceanfront at 98fh Street
aria
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SHERMAN BAUMRIND & MILTON EHRENREICH
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APT5.
WHITEHOUSE HOTEL
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM GEORGE MARGOLIS
ROWE MOTEL
6600 COLLINS AVENUE
l MIAMI BEACH
866-1616
the t'xw>>1*
RESOIT
MOTEL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
41 it Street and Pinetree Drive
Phone 532-3451
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
EDWARD HOTEL
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Sperling
953 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
HOWARD JOHNSONS MOTOR LODGE
E. End of Airport X-way
4000 Alton Rd., Miami Beath Phone 532-4411
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ST. MORITZ HOTEL
1565 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach -531-0150
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Friday, September 3


P & E MACHINE
COMPANY
1099 EAST 47th STREET
HIALEAH 33013
ALFRED and EVA ENGLER
Extend Best Wishes to all Jewish
Families for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashona
Sincere New Year Greetings
Perdue-Dean Inc.
P.O. EOX 500
TAVERNIER 33070
Best Wishes For A
Happy New Year
Marion Electric Co,
3100 DOUGLAS ROAD
MIAMI 33133
impact on numaii ucuiB*.....- ijuitu? "mj"'p ---------:
ji-lme all-o*** the world iih-*-fcvolution in *he industrial life
Israel Bonds and the Modern Miracle
Of Emigration from Soviet I
Bv SAMUEL ROTHBERG
ECONOMY is a word the: has a
built-in element of dullness
and boredom. It can only be
brought to life in terms of its
impact on human beings. This
of skilled technicians who are
quietly carrying out a scientific
eluding Israel.
Yaakov Olcha came to Israel
from Vilna eight months ago. In
Russia he was an IBM operator.
Today he is employed as an en-
gineer at the chemical complex
in Arad.
YAFFA AGUZNAT is a native-
born Israeli. She is employed at
Elscint. the scientific division of
Elron Electronics, and her job
is to solder wires on a power
supply unit.
David Skolnik. who came to
Israel from Minsk a year-and-a-
half ago. has the job of monitor-
ing an electronic cancer detect-
ing device.
Shai Ronen is a sabra who
graduated recently from the
Haifa Technion. His specialty is
electronic communications.
WHAT DO these four young
people have in common besides
representing the future of the
State of Israel? They are typical
representatives of the new breed
of the country which is based
upon the belief that Israel's
hopes for steady and rapid eco-
nomic expansion lie in the
growth of science-based indus-
tries.
The special place of science
in the development of the State
of Israel goes back to the pre-
statehood days when it received
its first impetus in the person
of Chaim Weizmann, whose
claim to immortality as a lead-
ing chemist was equalled only
by his historic role as Israel's
first President.
The country was forunate in
the type of people who came to
it as its earliest pioneers. Brains
came to the assistance of brawn,
as thev sought out and began to
apply all the available scientific
knowledge on modern farming.
AND ISRAEL BONDS came
to the assistance of both brawn
and brains by financing the
in
to the Entire Jewish Community
from .
Andrew Bakery
& Delicatessen
380 PERRINE AVENUE, PERRINE
PHONE 235-8012
To All Our Customers and Friends a Very
Healthy and Happy Holiday
MRS. HAROLD'S FLOWER SHOP
1075 N.E. 79th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PHONE 757-3471
WE DELIVER THRUOUT MIAMI & BROWARD COUNTY
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
_ SUPPLY CO.
N C G Authorized Dealer
7610 N.W. 23rd Avenue Phone 836-8070
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
A-l ACME MOVERS INC.
812 Sixth Str-t Miani Beach, Florida
Phone 672-3773
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE
ALl FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 Almeria Avenue Cora, GM^
Phone 443-2553
purchase of modern agricis
machinery and equin^r-
has enabled Israel to !
more than 75 per cent ^
own food requirements ,
crease the country's aeritV
al yield more than ten-fold -
1950, and export thesurpV,
many farm products.
Industry-wise, the
achieved by the combiriat/oal
brawn, brains, and Bonds'
been even more remark;
Since 1950, industrial mL
tion has multiplied some '
times, while the exports o?i
dustrial products have incra
ed even more dramatically i
60 times the total 25 years i
To a great extent, the i
nation for Israel's pheno
accomplishments in
and industry can be fotuT]
the accelerating "scie
tion" in both areas, and to)
research and development i
fort being financed by the 1
rael Government with the ai\
Israel Bond resources.
THE IMPORTANCE whicki
rael attaches to research
development is evidenced
the fact that it allocates an i
usually high percentage of i
gross national product2.6 [
centfor research and devek|
ment.
There are more than H
scientists and research eq
neers in Israel today. Overt
years, Israel's universities I
established industrial parks I
promote and assist new
trial companies which
the research facilities of
institutions.
The concentration of natia
effort in the area of sciea
based industries is pacing'
growth of domestic in
and of industrial ewts.Asi
major source of funds for
rael's Development BudgftI
rael Bonds are providing 'jtlj
nancial input required to acT
erate and expand the introd
tion of n?w science-based
terp rises.
ISRAEL- FINANCE
Yehoshua RatfnowiB sue
the bnpo tan:.- of sofl
ori-nte^ induM in for w
future in a rec nt statemeffj
"Tht major thrust of
trial development in lsr*j
directed to the chem.caU
chemical, and science-basal!
dustries. These industne
advantage of the countj -'
level of techmlogy. More
Happy New Year To AIL.
CECIL J.
M0BtSI
REALTOR
924 Lincoln Road-Sorted
Phone 531-5728
Miami Beach, Florida
Dr. and 1W*
MARSHALL A
PEPPER
AND FAMILY
EXTENT, BEST WISHS
A HAPpfNEW YEAR
VTo All Their Friends
and Relatives
Tc
A Happy New Year
CORAL PARK
MUCATfSSEN
9730 S.W. 8th Street
MIAMI
Phone 221-62^


Friday, September 5, 1975
* MwHlh fhrktian
Page 11-D
d .:, they provide suitable
lob opportunities for the many
Qualified and experienced pro-
I inal men and women who
have immigrated here from the
IVe-t and from the Soviet Union,
bnd for those we expect to come
the future.
The relationship between Is-
rael Bonds and\ the problem of
".migrant employment is clear.
If we consider that it takes an
Investment of $20,000 to create
;nh to support an immigrant
ta-:!y."
rapid development of
cience-based enterprises began
nest in 1967. Up to that
1 only 30 such firms were
I -ation in Israel. There are
ilmost three times that
. and oth'"-s are continu-
established.
VIOST HALF of the total
of scien -based firms
primarily in the field
'onios. more than 20 in
and the remainder
e in computer software and
- analysis and in other
;. such as scientific and bio-
il instruments, teaching
r, ind the like.
1 result of the expansion
\\ ctronics industry, its
ition to total industrial
:tion has more than
i >d ir. the past decade and
1 inds at nearly ten per
t.
Great strides are being made
i the chemicals field through
facilities for producing a
kreater variety of chemical
products, mainly for export, for
Jie in industry, agriculture, and
Ihe medical field.
ISRAEL'S MODERN telecom-
jiunicationa system has also
been spurred by the allocations
bf Israel Bond development
unds. The latest link in the
Country's international telecom-
nunications, the new earth sat-
ellite station in the valley of
lah. was built largely with Is-
rael Bond money at a cost of
110 million.
Several large pilot plants for
desalination of sea water have
been constructed utilizing mod-
ern techniques. A new desalina-
tion plant at Eilat was built in
Combination with the city's
power plant in order to use its
earn to heat and vaporize the
ea water which Ls then con-
Continued on Page 12-D
Happy New Year To All .
Dr. Israel's
lealth Shoe Inc.
1665 Michigan Avenue
(off the Mall)
Miami Beach
Tel. 538-3031
[Happy New Year To All .
JOSEPH
LOWE
|Painting & Pressure Cleaning
Commercial and Residential
Phone 691-5471
2130 N.W. 105th Street
Miami, Florida
[New Year Greetings To All
HAIR VHLMIUD
4869 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs
flours
^on. thru Fri. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Phone 885-7756
David Skolnik, who carve to Israel a year-and-a-half ago
from Minsk, is shown with an electronic cancer-detect-
ing device. By spurring the expansion of technologically-
based and all other industries, Israel Bonds are creating
jobs for immigrants, many of whom are highly skilled.
L'SHONAH TOVAH TIKESEVU
THE KATZ FAMILY
LOUIS E. and LIBBY and CHILDREN
RALPH, TERRI and ERIKA LINERO
CHARLES AND LIZ BIRNHOLZ
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HANDSEL ELECTRIC COMPANY
25 N.W. 57th Avenue-261-2471
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
APECO MARINA
Divison of Apeco Corporation
Miami's Finest Fully Enclosed Marina
2890 N.E. 187th St., No .Miami Beach, Fla. 931-2550
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
7610 N.E. 2nd Ave, Miami 759-1669
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
M. LIEBERMAN AND SONS
MOVING AND STORAGE
1210 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-8353
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
APPLIANCE REPAIRIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Phone 947-8041 1784 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-9883
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL MY FPIENDS
MISTER ROBERT OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
16940 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
Across the Street from City Hall
Phone 945-8121 or 947-1911
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE BEST INVESTMENT IN LUXURY MOTORING
Ihe
george Williamson
caclillac company
Hobday Greet ngs From
Mr. and Mrs. George Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williamson
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Gateway A.M.C.
j
No, 1 AMC Dealer in South Florida
1650 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 945-5311
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PUBLIC GAS COMPANY
6890 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 871-1380
ROYAL PALM ICE COMPANY
3101 DOUGLAS ROAD
MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 444-7446
VICTOR POSNER
Chairman of the Board
HOUD'tY GREETINGS FRCM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.E.lst STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ,
PAUL RUTHFIELD
VICE PRESIDENT
SHEARSON-HYDEN-STONE
631 71st STREET MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 864-2201
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
jim McDonnells
andy frain service
1000 LINCOLN ROAD-MIAMI BEACH PHONE 532-4818
ROOM 220
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DESIGN HAIR WEAVING
2500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Open Monday thru Saturday
10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Wednesday 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Phone 573-2040
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Richard Ives Jim onway
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE PHONE 635-4437


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fjkmist fhridlfari
Friday, September 5 ,1
Dave Shoopman
27th Anniversary
Sincere thanks to
all my customers and friends
and a Happy New Year to alt
fServ/ct b our goal)
DAVE AIR COND. CO.
Dependable
Experienced
Competent
7294 S.W. 42nd Terr.
264-6444
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
of Miami, Inc.
301 N.W. 29th St., Miami
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM .
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MARTIN KNOBEL YALE SCHOOL
DAY CAM NURSERY THROUGH 1st MADE
1*90 N.E. 162nd STREET 949-6446
A Happy New Year To All .
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
360 West Flaojer Street
Hmm 373-5514
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
BOB HITZ
Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
Coral Gables 445-8674 Res. 226-4402
OmiVfa^H
Continued from Page 11-D
densed in the purification pro-
cess.
Tel-Rad, one of Israel's lead-
ing telephone and telephone
equipment producing compa-
nies, has applied much of its
research and development ef-
forts toward perfecting a fully
electronic telephone exchange,
which would amount to a world-
wide breakthrough.
THE FIRM, which employs
1.500 workers, many of
immigrants, at its plant in I d,
not only supplies most of Is-
rael's telephonic equipment, but
also exports many of [1
ucts. In
rates two subsidiaries: Citor in
Holon, which makes i
and switching equipment; and
Keren Electronica in Ashkelon,
which produces electronic an I
control equipment.
Elron Electronics of Haifa.
which employs many graduates
of Technion as well as tech-
nologically skilled immigrants
from Soviet Russia and other
countries, is organized like a
university, with various depart-
ments, including a mechanical
department for precision pro-
duction of all metal work re-
Yaffa Aguznat, native-born Israeli, employed at ELSClNt,
the scientific department of Elron Electronics, solder
wires on a power supply unit, one of various science-
based products manufactured in Israel through alloa-
tions of Israel Bond development funds.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY ANO PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
{Coral Springs Hebrew Congregation
FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Howard Zimbler, President Rabbi Max J. Weirz
MR. SAM SEITLIN
and
MR. and MRS. M. STEPHEN JACKMAN
Wendie Michelle and Jeffrey Alan
MR. and MRS. MARVIN GILLMAN and Children,
Edward Warren, Henry Neal, Carolyn Sue
and Andy David
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY ANO
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO AIL
WE WISH ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
/ HEALTHY, HAPPY. AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
KING DAVID KOSHER FOODS INC.
1W3
Off. serf MHS. OAVIO Nt/NIHG, m*4 MMftr
HORfW NATIONAL PRODUCTS USED KCIUSIVUY
Take Out Foods or Eat In Phone 534-0197
STRICTLY KOSHER DELICATESSEN and CATERERS
Closed Saturday 1339 WASHINGTON AVENUT
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Will Re-Open Sunday, October 19th
A Joyous New Year Te All Her Friends and Clients
from Bunny Horowitz of BERENAKA
456-B Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 673-4660
ELAINE AND PHILIP BLOOM
and Anne and David
WISH EVERYONE A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BEN ZION BAKERY
1360 N.E. 163rd STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 947-4092
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
MR. AND MRS. MAYER H. FRANKEL
quired for the various electn*!
ic items, an electronic teCkMkl
gy department (ELTEK) lords!
signing multilayer printed dr-l
cuits for electronic instnimtM
tation. an assemblv line depart-1
ment producing digital electml
ic counters, and a scientific im|
partment (ELSCINT) for pnv|
duction of analytical and detec-l
ing systems, including a drifl
for cancer and growth detecj
tion.
BY UTILIZING its increasinel
ly skilled pool of workers in'J*!
rapidly growing number d|
science based industries,
by encouraging the pure and ip'I
plied research in all brancbal
of science. Israel is moving ill
the direction of fulfilling tbtl
prophecy of Chaim Weizmujj
I feel sure that science mil
brine to this land both pel
and a renewal of its youth, off
ating here the springs of a*]
spiritual and material life."
Since its inception 25 yecl
ago. the Israel Bond Organ*
tion has become the *M
source of non-governmental l
vestment funds for the devej
ment of the economy of b*l
In providing the funds fof*
Development Budget which tw
year amounts to more thanl
billion. Israel Bonds have
the mainstay of the exp**l
of the country* infrasm^
to create ever increasing
ployment opportunities for
immigrants.
Happy New Year To All_
PETE'S LAWN MOWB
SERVICE
pDMttr-* St
195 N.W. 17th AVI.
Phone 693-0221
P. this. OwW
Happy New Year To All
ALHISALES
COMPANY
Wholesale D****2
1836 N.W. 23rd 9*
Miami, Fiends
Phone 634-7261


jv. September 5, 1975
*Jml$t) Meridian
Page 13-D
WETOINFIAT/ON
IE COST OF ABSORBING
SOVIET (MM/GRANT
\MILY IN ISRAEL
$60,000.
rlLi .?/oi
I Continued from Page 5-D
lucation Fund, the Grass
Imilv Foundation of Harris-
|rg, Pennsylvania, is financing
modern, '.veil-equipped Com-
Center, now being built:
! ( in Oded is a group of
i :en teenagfiQS from all over
rhey are donating a year
. lives to the service of
ot, after they finish high
I and before they enter
Army. Working without pay.
busy day and night in
k mth clubs, and undcr-
r homes.
Sternberg of Asheville
I one of the O.ied group's
1 lights. "Our biggest
she refl wti, "is convinc-
Ma'alot's kids that they do,
e a future."
In : fi om a really religious
k tund "but I'm learning!",
B' ; is a special feeling for
reel that she finds difficult to
fell out. "It's just that Jewish
kith belong here, I guess," she
I is, "so I cam "
lA'ALOTS FUTURE looks
[>d The foTec<*st calls for the
pun Council's elevation to
knicipelity status by 1980,
Ith a city population of 18,000.
ans include'a hew high school,
re, liou-int;, a 375-acre In-
Istria] Park, development of
lltural. commercial and enter-
Indent centers.
[And, of course, people.
[What kind of man will leave
convenience of his home,
Je security of a good iob, the
Ms of his birthplace, the com-
Irt ot friends and relatives
>d go to live in Ma'alot? The
|swer is simple: the same kind
, Jew who walked from Europe
the Holy Lttd in the 1880V,
fto built Bre*z Israel in the
>20's, despite malaria, drought
pd starvation; who struggled
pinst British pressures during
Mandate then in 1948
Rested the newborn Jew-
State from the hands of five
ran armies; and who, today,
Ma'alotand dozens of de-
^lopment towns like itas the
andation of a secure future
Israel.
I Say Ma'alot residents: "No
ie does any less than admire
contributions of the United
pish- Appeal to help towns
|e ours. But the lifeline to our
Jure is 'peo^ehuman com-
[tmentto back up UJA's fi-
" assistance."
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HOME LIFE
Insurance Co. of New York
2600 DOUGLAS ROAD
CORAL GABLES Phone 442-0333
MIKE MOSS, C.L.U. DAVID LARRISON
HERBERT WEINER, C.L.U. SETH KREBS
BILL BLAKE, C.L.U. JOE GARRITZ
NORMAN E1SENBERG, C.L.U. JACK DOWNING
SAM ROSENFIELD, C.L.U. LEONARD FELDMAN
GENE McCALLEY
HAPPY NEW YEAH
TO ALL
MR. and MRS. BERT SHER
and FAMILY
76 SHORE DRIVE WEST, MIAMI
A HAPPY NE)V YEAR TO ALL .
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS' AND CUSTOMERS
PIT STOP
INDEPENDENT REPAIR SHOP
PORSCHE & AUDI SPECIALISTS
3740 BIRD AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 448-5426
HOLIDAY GREETINGSFROM .
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY, GEORGIA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GULF ELECTRIC
SERVICE, INC.
3529 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 573-4045
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
JACK AND DICK JONES
To The Jewish Community
Best Wishes for the
New Year
mason optical
4201 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH 33012
L'Shono Tovn TUcosmm
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
RENO WOOD
MICA CABINETS
755 WEST 28th STREET
HIALEAH 33012
"A Happy New Year To All
HOLLAND MACHINERY
CO. INC.
395 EAST 10th AVENUE
HIALEAH 33010
Season's Greetings To All
AUDIO SALES &
ENGINEERING SERVICE
1130 S.E. 9th TERRACE
HIALEAH 33010


Page 14-D
* Jeisl- fkridliar
*Mday. Septemb. .
v_5/iccrc LL'ishcs fer a
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MISHCON
FAMILY
A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
.MR. and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GORDON
and FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FUTERNICK II
AND CHILDREN
CATHIE, FRANK, LEE, JEFF and MARC
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year To All .
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR
PATRONS AND ERIENDS
J.gM
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF ALL THE
J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS
Happy Holiday To All
jC. A. Lockhart, Public relations George P. Harth, Gen. Mar.
L L. Brooks, President
For Your Housing Accommodations Cell
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
Registered Real Estate Brokers
4450 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FLAGL; R INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald K an Marvin Haven
----------AUAPp "~yeAr TO AlL ...----------
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Gene'a I Contractors
554 N.W. 54th Stre< t rV.iami Phone 759-5716
AHAf V YEAR TO ALL .
POMPl< CASUAL FURNITURE
division of
M I Ml MFTAl PRODUCTS INC.
260 N.W. 25t>- Street Phone 576-3600
Miami, Florida
L^nntct' ? Kjntportance
Continued from Pas? M>
chazan
In
B. the C
1
Mi
the ord
chazan also serving as
judge, teacher or s^ochet
'al slaui titt '- ;: soi i
- the chazan s
of income was from officiating
at weddings, funerals and :on-
tributions.
SINCE THE chazan was
sidered the Messenger oi the
People, all members of the con-
gregations had an equal say in
his selection and in some
a negative vote by only one
member could veto his
tion.
All members at first had to
contribute equal shares to his
salary. As individual participa-
tion and printed prayerbooks
ty vote and to tax the congre-
gants at least partially accord-
ing to wealth, for his salary.
With the improved status of
the chazan in the later Middle
Ages and modern times, sala:n.>
Ieg8fl or com-
:o him.
IT WAS natural, however.
pubhc official utilizing
th :: of music should become
target of numerous com-
, plaints. Chief among these were
.-,,- of vanity and oro-
came into general use. however.
it became the general practice
to choose the chazan by majori-
ition of the services
While musical performers
might generally fall prev to the
mcw the effect of a prolonged
service due to the chazans ar-
tistic pen
larly irril as Nfl
Objectioi
over the
melodies in
but the p
tune- oftei ; J<
for the.:
by bis ,; :
rVEN"n
erior qu
lists won t| '
thechazar, llyaccwJ
day. with some of the ft!
vocalisl
in communal life. In
es. chazan:- have
such ran ,,v
tracted to n non-reBai
fields, some of them to he fo
among the most famous'
day's opera si
Liniijiic C/Vawtg of jf-c~tivol
Continued from Page 7-D
the people, took place on that
date
IN KEEPING with the entire
mood in the Post-Exilic period."
the Universal Jewish Encyclo-
pedia informs us. "the celebra-
tion of the New Year evidenced
from the very beginning the
characteristics of atonement
MAYOR and MRS. JACK BLOCK
AND FAMILY
CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
^[jest (A/isnes for a
<-J~tappu ear
M&L
FOOD CENTER
7446 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 865-2648
A HAPP NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE CREDIT CORPS.
FOR ALL YOUR CREDIT NEEDS
633 N.E. 167 th Street North Miami Beach
"HONE 651-5540
A HAI ;ew year to ALL .. .
CHUCK HALL
TRAVEL INC
975 At iodfrey Road, Miami Beach
phone 531-1195
A I ,v YBAi ILL
NEIL RASA'S GALLERIES INC
ART1- ,LLFn
23r -.llin-Avenc Mi orid.
"hone 534-2-
and expiation, which
strengthened the moret
val of the New Year evi_
into a sort of solemn period
Introduction to the Dar
Atonement. Ever -ince then j
New Year festival, like theJ
of Atonementand the i
between has bean pn
and observed :i- a source <
ligious and moral quicke
Holiday Gret
To The Jewish Commui I)
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Av.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 576-3060
A Happy New Year To Al|
JONAS &
claihe
BROTMAN
A Happy New Year To All..
E. ALLEN BECKER
PHOTOGRAPHERS
426 -41st STREET
MIAMI BEACH 532-2351L
A Happy New Year To All.
from i
MILTON LEWIS
AND FAMILY
TAX CONSULTANT
Phone 532-8035
A Happy and
Prosperous New Yen
To All
HERBIE, DEBBIE d
JAY SACHS
SUSAN, LEON ano"
RACHELLE GROSS
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS)
BEA'S
PLACE
1130 NORMANt ( Dfl*|
MIAMI BL CH
Phone 861-9700
.' J.


September 5, 1975
* Jenisfi fkrMHajn
Page 15-D
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OLD CUTLER
ITGO SERVICE
16800 OLD CUTLER ROAD
PERRINE 33557
GARY-LILLY OF FLORIDA
2901 N.W. 34th Street 635-5341
LILLY PULITZER N. KRADITOR
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL .
A Happy New Year To All .
STUDIO OF LIGHTING
706 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami
Phone 373-2171
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
KIDD-STUFF
933 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BfACH"
PHONE 538-5804
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
m
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANT
Not Connected with any other Store
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 538-6*2*
_//cme it *J9huva
Continued from Page 1-D
doa new tricks." Or, "you can't change human
nature."
"Once a fool always a fool." These expres-
sion- imnlv the opposite of Teshuva.
FOR IF Teshuva implies anything, it is
that mankind must have a deep faith in itself.
Teshuva means that you can teach an old per-
son oew interests, that you can improve hu-
man character, and that once a fool, perhaps
haps tomorrow a sage.
Teshuva means that God created basically
a good world, and that man is a good creature.
His basic propensities are for good. He can
err, he can slip, he can backslide.
But he has within him a built-in corrective
system known as conscience. He has within
him a devinely given urge to strive upward,
to climb higher, to achieve more, and become
better. These are the elements of Teshuva.
IN SHORT, Jewish theology has faith in
man, for the command to repent, to change,
to practice Teshuva, means that man has the
ability to affect these changes. Let no one
shortchange his own supply of faith in himself,
in his family, his friends and his community
such that he cannot bring himself to Teshuva
Rosh Hashona, therefore, being the begin-
ning of a new Jewish year, is the time to
examine this ancient value concept passed down
to us by our fathers, and by assimilating its
true meaning into our lives, to live life marked
by the high standards of Jewish values.
tS!!>pot/icjhts -^/Vliisic
Continued from Page 2-D
in the case of others. Tzedakah means the
righting of wrongs which comes from right-
eousness.
Tshuvah is Hebrew for repentance in the
sense of return to the pristine purity of our
childhood. When we were children, our par-
ents invested many hopes in us. They held
up certain ideals for us. They presented us
with a splendid scale oi values. Let us effec-
tuate a tshuvah to those shining precepts. That
is v/hat the High Holy Days whisper to us.
SO WHEN you're ensconced in your pew,
and you are reviewing the year and wondering
what the High Holy Days are really about,
remember those three words, Choir, Inquire
and Require, and perhaps they will transport
you to thoughts and acts which will bring
greater spiritual clealiness to your everyday
existence.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Miami Jai Alai hronton
633-9661
3500 NW 37th AVE., MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Mr. ami !\Ir$. Irving Kane
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Dade Paper Company
AND
The GENET FAMILY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TERM1HIX INTERNATIONAL
2990 NW 40th St., Miami
Phone 633-3446
-s-
'Holiday Greetings"
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Phone: 854-1254
265 Shore Drive, Bast Bey Heights, Florida
and Brickell Bay Club
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL .
CLIMATRGL CORPORATION
SAM FAPORE, President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 592-5260
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, WC
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach 538-1665
Happy New Year To All .
THE PIARLMAN FAMILY
MEACOX
HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-5891
AVALOX
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phon- 534-4601
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
TANGIERS
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
Happy New Year To All .
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE., NLB
M*. I MRS. AL P0DVIH
AND fAMIU
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach 538-7629
Mr, A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CAROLYN ROSEN
REALTY
2211 S.W. 67fh AVENUE
M'AMI, FLORIDA 33155
Phone 261-6531


Pjge 16-D
:
vjenisl fkridlic*r
Friday, September i
The Officers and The Board 0 f Trustees
On Beh alf Of
flidiifi
sin
W W MEDICAL
^ r GREAT
MEDICALCENTEROF
GREATER MIAMI
Extend Cordial New Year Greetings To All
OFFICERS
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.......... Julius Darsky
Vice President.......... Paul Faske
Vice President.......... Samuel Heiman
Vice President.......... Benjamin G. Kline
Vice President.......... Sydney Levison
Executive Vice President...... Samuel Gertner
Secretary............ Mrs. Ma G. Heatter
Assistant Secretary......... Mrs. Aletha Gifford
Assistant Secretary........ Dan B. Ruskin
Treasurer......... : ; Milton Weiss
Assistant Treasurer......... Leonard A Wien
Executive Treasurer*........ Samuel Farber
Executive Director*........ Alvin Goldberg
*Ex-Officio
TRUSTEES
James M. Albert Bing Kossoff Arthur Pearlman
Theodore Baumritter Maurice Koven Mrs. Theodore Pincus
Morris Broad Cal Kovens Marshal E. Rosenberg
Irving Cypen Harry A. Levy Lloyd L. Ruskin
Joseph H. Davidson Leonard Liebowitz Robert Russell
Richard Deutch, D.D.S. Arthur Mark Martin Sandier
Robert S. Feldman Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Arthur Sheppard
Gary R. Gerson Leonard Miller Everett Shocket, M.D.
Jerrold F. Goodman Nicholas H. Morley Michael Weintraub
Abel Holtz Harry L. Nathenson Louis Wolfson, II
Milton Kelner W. James Orovitz Lewis E. Zom
LIFE TRUSTEES
Col. Jacob M. Arvey Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan A. J. Molasky
Samuel Blank Nathan S. Gumentck Stanley C. Myers
Ben Blum Louis Hand joseph M Rose
David P. Catsman A. J. Harris Ju|ius M Rosenberg
Max V. Cogen Howard Kane William D. Singer
A. C. Fine Samuel Kann Joseph R Sfein
Mac Gache Aaron M. Kanner Carl Susskind
Abraham Goodman Henry A. Keller Abe W. Waxenberq
Morris Goodman, M.D. J. Gerald Lewis Carl Weinkle
Paul R. Gordon Joseph M. Lipton Louis E. Wolfson
Robert Z. Greene Leon Lowenstein Mitchell Wolfson
HONORARY PHYSICIAN TRUSTEES
Richard M. Fleming, M.D.
Stanley Frehling, M.D.
Solomon B. Goldman, M.D.
Ralph E. Kirsch, M.D.
Milton B. Travers, M.D.
S. Charles Werblow, M.D.


V.
m
Israel's Premier Yitzhak Rabin visits with President Ford in Washington last June to be told
exactly what concessions his country must make unilaterally to Egypt for an interim accord
agreement following the 1973 Yom Kippur War, which the Egyptians lost but from which they
were bailed out by Soviet threats to intercede if the Israelis did not feed, medicate and finally
let the surrounded Egyptian Third Army go. Despite the relentless demands for concessions,
Washington continued to insist that there was no pressure b-ing applied on Israel.
Bill of Goods: Too High for Things We Don't Need?
DETSft
|~|N OCTOBER 17, 19S0, as the Korean War
^ raged. President Harry S. Truman took to
the air to speak to the American people. His
purpose was to explain American policy and
particularly, the meeting of Communist aggres-
sion with armed American might. He said:
"The Soviet Union and its colonial satellites
are maintaining armed forces of great size and
strength. In both Europe and Asia, their vast
armies pose a constant threat to world peace.
So long as they persist in maintaining these
forces and in using them to intimidate other
countries, the free men of the world have but
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EDITOR'S NOTE: During the preceding year, feelings grew increasingly strong
about the pressure applied on the State of Israel to make a round of seemingly
ceaseless concessions to the Arab nations. The adminstration s hard line led to
the announcement by President Ford and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
of a "reassessment" of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. As the year
drew to a close, it seemed impossible to distinguish between the pressure for
Israeli concessions without a quid pro quo and the "reassessment." The one
seemed to speak for the other. In this sense, one can understand what became
a rising tide of stern criticism both of the President and Dr. Kissinger. Here-
with, we present perhaps the strongest indictment against the administration
and its "reassessment" by the American Committee of Jews Against Detente.
The tone is harsh, almost shockingly harsh, but the events of the year leading
up to it are in retrospect no less harsh themselves.

*
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one choice if they are to remain free. They must
oppose strength with strength. .
"NOW THE Soviet Union can change this
situation. It has only to give concrete and posi-
tive proof of its intention to work for peace.
If the Soviet Union really wants peace, it must
prove itnot by glittering promises and false
propaganda, but by living up to the principles
of the United Nations charter. .
"But until the Soviet Union does these
things, until it gives proof of peaceful inten-
tions, we are determined to build up the com-
mon defensive strength of the free world. ."
President Truman was statingand acting
on this statementthe principles that were to
underline the foreign policy of the United
States for a quarter of a century follow-
ing the end of World War II. He was articulat-
ing a policy that was to be both bi-partisan and
effective in safeguarding the Free World from
aggression and tyranny.
THE POLICY of keeping the United States
as the most powerful nation in the world and
the American alliance as one that was capable
of preventing the Soviet Union from accom-
plishing its goal of world domination did not
give the world "peace" in the sense that the
world felt safe and secure and within the Mes-
sianic era.
What it did do, however, was stop aggres-
sion, keep the world free, and allow it to re-
main free. The critics called it a "cold war" and
the knaves and naive, both, called for an end
to the armed might and strong stance that it
was based upon.
But from Truman to Eisenhower to John-
Continued on Page 2-E


Page 2-E
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Detente Dangers
Continued from Page 1-E
son. the "cold war" was the freedom
and it rruman: "Thfa -
the choice 'iC:
we h
nation. \ :>';" conqueit or
tarv glory."
TRl'E. Not a desire for cot
clear-eyed and
what the Sd a*1? uhat lhey
would do if the;. .
way. This was the the W
American fo. :>ian :5 v
that saved the world Bad kepi inu
allies and small stattf free.
It is the tragedy of our times that this
successful and vital policy has now been set
aside, undermined, wrecked and threatened
with total disarray. The Atlantic alliance stands
in dange of collapse as the understanding of the
danger posed by the Soviets fades away anJ ths
will to sacrifice ana to stand up to hie Kremlin
menace vanishes.
In place of the magnificent American and
western policy of a quarter-century, now stands
a Byzantine. neo-Metternichian oottage. the
product of great ego and greater fraud. "'
compounds the trag (dyand danger to Ame
and the Free Worldis the incredible public
myopia in the face of the first genuine move
to scrap the successful Free World policy of 25
years and. indeed, to hail th.> Nixon-Kissinger-
Ford policy in glowina terms of adulation.
AS FAR as former President Nixon was
concerned, the general view tended to be that
the sordidness that surrounded him. overrode
his foreign policy successes and. indeed h,
nent that the former President Mm!
d to justify his stubborn clinging?
power was in- "brilliant success" in ,Or't0
burned I have to be
intend to be here." ni
far as the chief architect ol the h-eak
e past 2J Henry Kissii ,h,
ition ol the i tan an I
need by President Ford's
that Kissinger is a "genius" and b] i
i n th Secretarj ol i ^
leader Mike Mansfield i
Scott, on May 7, 1974
:o ic relations g.....nicl
to the public's political quo!
Kisai ippears to have ,u. of
:he pages of Hans Christian Anderson, a naked
emperor streaking through the capit
world with millions falling over the
admiration of his clothing and only
voice, here and there, crying: "But he r
cloth.-'
IT IS important for the future of America
and the free world for us to point at the Kis-
- : fer-Ford team and loudly proclaim its naked-
ness of l ny igic, continuity or reality It is a
policy full Ol public relations sound and Soviet
furj igainst inyone who dares criticize it .It
is : ie product of deceitful and devious minds.
It also stan'- as the path down which the free
world waIVs to its greatest danger
days of Hitler.
The Soviet Union has never wavered in
its determination to destroy the free world. At
the same t< it has known that a free world,
led by the United States, which is ideologii
convinced of itself, armed to the
n to use those arms if
d to tell the Soviets or
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(day, September 5, 1975
* Jew ist fhrUnan
Page 3-E
Jarxist-Leninist form of aggression that it will
lot tolerate either open or subversive aggres-
Bon cannot be moved.
MORE IMPORTANT, the Soviets do not
rant war and have never gone to war or failed
back away whenever the free world has
Itood firm. Because of that, the Kremlin has
come to the conclusion that the only way that
|t can destroy the free world is through a "non-
belligerency" which is composed of several
principles:
The effective limiting of non-conven-
lional weapons, i.e. nuclear armaments which
foil] leave untouched the conventional areas in
ihich the Soviets dominate the free world by
huge margin;
The constant propagating agninst
niclear weapons and the repeated emphasizing
jf the horrors of a nuclear war so that the west
ind the United States, in particular, will never
iso their nuclear weapons even though they
'lave them;
The ceaseless hammering away at the
iheme of "co-existence" or "detente" along with
facade of superficial, cosmetic-type trade,
?conomic, social, cultural and political moves
Iso as to change the image of the Communists
lin the free world (which is only too anxious to
Ido so anyway as its materialistic drive to "en-
Ijoy" becomes the most important goal in life).
|This accomplishes the feat of making the dan-
ger of communism seem far less real, in turn
[leading people to demand the cutting of defense
judgets, compulsary military service, less em-
Iphasis on defense alliance such as NATO, and
Imore tolerance for local communist political
[groupings. It also encourages the idea that the
j preservation of the freedom of certain small
states is not important to the interests of
America;
The attempt to split individuals or
groups of nations that are part of a free world
alliance away from that alliance, by separate
treaties and agreements;
Subversion within the individual nations
of the free world and the aggravating of do-
mestic and internal social, economic or politicil
problems through the setting up of openly com-
munist or front groups as well as infiltrating of
respected parties and organizations;
The setting down of a "rule of co-
evisfnce" whereby no territory which is under
communist domination may be the target of
liberation where as any part of the free world
is fair came for the "freedom fighters."
ALL OF THESE things can best be achiev-
ed in times of "good will" and lack of tension.
This is what "detente" was all about in the eyes
of the Kremlin. It was to weaken the west and
the United States as well as to solve its own
desperate internal problems, that the Soviet
Union created the period of detente.
It is not a new thing and there have been
a number of such periods of easing of tensions
since the Communists took power in 1917, the
most notable being the era of the NEP under
Lenin, the era of the Popular Front as the
Hitler threat grew in the middle '30s and the
earlv years of World War II. or to be more
exact, the early years of the war after Hitler
attacked the Soviet Union.
In each of these cases the Soviets needed
something badly, either economic or political.
The difference between these periods and this
Continued on Page 4-E
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Detente Dangers
Continued from Page 3-E
one is that never was the free world in as weak
a position vis-a-vis the Soviets and the rest of
the communist world as it is today, so that the
oresent detente poses a threat to the very sur-
vival of the United,States and the west as we
know them, ._ .,_ ......'" --
THE PRESENT detente has alre
ceeded in giving the Kremlin a number of
things. Ameri Uitary mi | been al-
lowed to fall to a positioi
disarmament talks that t0
m the Soi: : x'
and through the
imunist mood and
and than
tly.
American
htical thinkers have warned against tl
pernicious effect r.<; del m the chang
psychological understanding of t '-of
the Soviet Union and in the willingness I > take
the moral and political and military steps and
risks that are necessary to stop aggression.
Detente has also given a technologically
backward Kremlin knowledge, expertise
equipment to make the progress it could not
make on its own to bun- the free world (the
classic Lenin example of ihe capitalist who
eagerly sells the rope that will hang him).
IT HAS BROUGHT in large amounts of
currency from tourists. It has allowed ,u.
Soviets to acauire credits and most-favored-na-
tion status when it wants it. It has allowed it
to acquire wheat cheaply at a critical
need, wheat which rescued the Kremlin lead f
shin from internal unrest. It has split and wZT
encd NATO in two ways: One, as the spUfcai
detente" has led to a diminishing ol
Soviet egression and the cutting of defense
budgets by the European members and *
the creation of suspicion that America andfo
So\ier Union are going it alone and jre pr8
pared to self o'vrt the rest of fhe'v
iinb j,
It has weakened the American
ivj.hr. and o be 'the policeman of the orB"
| time when the Soviet and ot
9 have not a similar inc.
"robbers ol the world -. J this
major achieves
i\ ( FRANTIC effort to keep del
the United Stato-, gove
itsclt has changed
aggression oi
nst small nations to one in
DO linger hive the pr
\i ican might and they are subject I
trnal subversion or po
diplomatic deals at their expense.
From the clear warnings and
Greece and Turkey. Korea, the Form
I.ibanon and Vietnam. America has desc
to the f'aud oi a Vietnam "peace" treaty which
Indochina going under the Communists
and a Munich-type disposition of the State of
IsraeL
It becomes clear that in the case< of the
latter, we find two new "winds of change"
combining to sell out the Jewish State One
contends that Israel is not worth preserving
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*Jenisl) fkridicifi
lest the United States move itself into con-
frontation with the Soviets and thus destroy
detente and the othera directly opposite rea-
soningthat we should not save the Jewish
State because it is responsible for the Arab
friendship with Russia and its elimination would
eliminate, in turn, Soviet influence in the re-
gion.
Both of these new ways of thinking are
products of the change in the moralistic and
idealistic, as well as hardheaded policy of the
U.S., until the era of Kissinger-Nixon-Ford.
FINALLY, detente has been responsible
tor the callous and coldblooded turning of oui
backs on the human rights of people and
peoples within the tyranny of the communist
states. The calculated statements by Kissinger
and Fulbright and Nixon and Ford to the effect
that the free world cannot allow its own moral
standard to interfere with the detente that is
painfully being built are shocking indications of
the gully that now separates the American
policy of Harry Truman and that of Gerald
lord and Henry Kissinger.
The irony of the situation is, of course, that
the immorality of our new foreign policy will
not bring America security but will work in
quite the opposite direction. As it becomes clear
that small states cannot depend upon America's
word or commitment, they will flock to make
their own separate arrangements with the com-
munists wherever possible and we have seen
this process taking place both in southeast Asia
and in Europe.
AS THE WORLD sees that detente is the
established policy of the United States, other
countries will imitate this in ways that America
may not be overly happy with (as examples
Page 5-E
may be cited the drive to normalize relations
wmi lastro and the increasing detente moves
of France).
At the same time, as American will to
resist aggression becomes demonstrably weak-
er, aggression will grow in those parts of the
world where it either never lifted its head, or
was considered pacified.
Finally, the freedom forces within the com-
munist orbit will lo=e all hope and cease the
struggle. (The Helsinki conference is a case
in point.;
The net result of all the above will be the
continuous and escalated erosion of the free
world with tens of millions of peoples, huge
sources of raw materials, potential bases and
whole states going into the Communist orbit.
THE UNITED STATES will become pro-
gressively limited in its options and in its ability
to act as well as watch the scales of power
tin heavi'v in tavor of Moscow. The final day
of reckoning with the United States itself will
draw closer with America more and more iso-
lated and wracked by civil strife and internal
disorder.
Anpcsement breeds appeasement, and
weakness breeds weakness, and both beget war
and disaster.
The origins of the new foreign policy rest
in the minds of henry Kissinger, and previ-
ously of Richard Nixon, both of whom saw in
the end of the cold war and detente oppor-
tunities for self-aggrandizement. For Nixon it
was an opportunity not only to take from
George McGovern the only issue he had in
1972 but also a chance to go down in history
Continued on Page 6-E
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The High Holy Day Prayer Boo\.
nznu nsaf?
NEMZN
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5736
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Phone: 758-3377
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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(Broad Causeway)
ALAN HEILPERN
President
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from
LILLIE RUBES
AFFILIATES
1027 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BCACH 33139
* 70 ALL .
Mi MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Bond*
Phone 691-9899
".V 7/\R TO ALL
BARROW OF FLORIDA
Formerly F-~v V.-r.-ls-.e
3731 N.W 71t St.. Miami
Phone* 836-9718
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THE FORGE RESTAURANT
432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
Phc-e 533-8533
A : F.AR TO ALL .
ANVIL METALS. INC.
Miscellaneous Ornament!1 Fabrications
840 West 20m St.. Hialeah 885-5525
IEO BECK
ear to all .
GELFAND ROOFING
7565 N.W. 24th Ave. Miami Phone 759-0922 or 696-4301
AMERICAN MAILING SERVICE
5050 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 681-3244
A HAPPY SEW YEAR TO ALL .
BILL HOLM AW I AY DSC APE MRSERY JVC.
2160 N.W 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GULFSTREAM PRESS, INC.
3800 N.W. 59th STREET, MIAMI
Ph. 633-8271
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WINSTON
MANUFACTURING
CORPORATION
LADIES APPAREL
2501 NORTHWEST Sth AVENUE
MIAMI 33127


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*Jen isti fforidfjaun
Page 7-E
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CARMEL & CHILDREN
MR. AND MRS. ALLAN (BARBARA) CARMEL,
MICHELLE AND MARC
MR. AND MRS. RICHARD (BARBARA) KRAKOW,
DAVID AND BETH
DR. AND MRS. JERALD G (ANDREA) CARMEL
BRETT AND MICHAEL
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT (LINDA) SOSSIN
WISHING A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO THEIR RELATIVES AND ALL THEIR FRIENDS
essions which can lead to its destruction and
he elimination of the most solid ally America
lias in the entire Middle East.
NONE OF THIS even considers Kissinger's
hile in illegal wiretapping, over which he threw
In hysterical tantrum and from which he was
aved by a whitewash rammed through by his
:lose ideological ally. William Fulbright.
This is the record of the man, and Gerald
k>rd bears full responsibility for embracing
bnd continuing his policies.
Suffice it to say. that detentea disaster
for the United States and the free world is
being directed through a master of Metternick
diplomacy and a hapless President. The prog-
nosis for the future is not a happy one.
A RETURN TO the successful and realistic
program of the pre-Nixon years is essential,
end it should be clearly understood that this
in no way implies that a detente is not possible
if by detente we mean the real thing by
which we expect and get real, meaningful con-
Continued on Page 10-E
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Main Office: 401 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DORISSA CHILDREN'S WORLD
Manufacturer of distinctive girl's dresses for ages 2 to 12
These are high styled special occasion dresses sold
and distributed all over the world
Open Daily 9 to 5; Saturday 9 to 5 P.M. Bernard E. Selevan
2850 N.W. 5th AVENUE 573-4293
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
NORTHSIDE BANK OF MIAMI
North Side Shopping Center
Northwest 83rd Street & 27th Avenue
Telephone 696-8100
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOWARD AYARES
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC
NEW AND USED CARS
10943 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
THOPMCAL OPTICAL CO.
1560 West 34th Place, Hialeah 823-3690
BENJAMIN KOVEN
A Happy New Year To All .
MR. and MRS. JEROME ZIELINSKI
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 576-2307
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE BEDDING ACCESSORIES
QUALITY LOWrRICES SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 652-517C
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GUSAR DRUGS
1843C Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 931-8140
Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from FLORIDA ASSURERS, INC.
and the
NEEDLEMAN FAMILY
1463 DREXEL AVENUE 532-2471
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ROMY'S BEAUTY SALON
1044 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 672-8828
-----------A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
B S P, INC.
BILL SCHAEFER
PRINTERS & LITHOGRAPHERS
2333 N.W. 7th Place, Miami Phone 634-6231


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Friday, September
5- 197S
Rosh 11 us ho i m
HICKMAN
Construction Inc,
11400 OVERSEAS HIGHWAY
MARATHON 33050
A Year of Happiness
To Everyone!
Toclie Plumbing
2469 N.W. 21st TERRACE
MIAMI 33142
TELEPHONE 633-6820
Happy New Year To All
Patterson Body Shop
Auto Repair Service
825 S.W. 8th COURT
MIAMI 33130
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Bagel Boy Bakery
MEL PIGATT AND BOB MURPHY
1666 Alton Road Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-3779
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BUTTERFLAKE BAKERY
1349 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI B6ACH
Phone 532-4445
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
1426 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 672-2090
DR. AND MRS. ARNOLD M. SHEW
Marcia, Bonni, David and Deborah
WISH HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PEACE
TO ALL MANKIND
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All
HISPANIA INTERAMERICANA DISCOUNT
PHARMACY & DEPARTMENT STORE
2026 S.W. 1st STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 642-9337
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BLEEMER LEVINE ASSOCIATES
ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS
3814 N.E. MIAMI COURT
Phone 576-0330
IT WAS a grev chilly morning at the begin-
1 ning of May that the 162 km-long Suez
Canal actually opened. Two rusted West Ger-
man freighters. Munsterland and Nordwind.
raised their long-embedded anchors from the
Great Bitter Lake and. with sirens sounding full
blast, began a seven-hour journey to Port Said
at the Mediterranean end of the waterway.
Both had been trapped in the canal along
with 12 other vessels since the 1967 Six Day
War.
THE OFFICIAL opening ol the canal on
June 5 had almost as much pomp and ceremony
as marked its official inauguration bv an Eevn-
tian Viceroy by the name of Ismailia in 1869.
Then, half the crowned heads of Eurone were
present to mark that openina of the man-made
waterway joining two oceans and two worlds.
So, when the modern Egvntian Vicprov,
Anwar Sadat, reopened the canal earlv in June,
he was reviving a symbol of an independent
and modern Egypt.
Western strategists fear that a nnw-rful
Soviet ambush could await ships at the south-
ern end of the canal.
BRITAIN HAS vacated its bases East if
Eden, and the Americans, at least so far. have
been slow to fill the void. In encroaching on
the Horn of Africa, the Russians have secured
port facilities in Hoi'deida. Aden and Socotra.
Berhera. in Somalia, is iindr construction
for Soviet use as a powerful base for their
fleets and air force.
The French magazine. *'Le Point." has
pointed out that the Soviet bomber. Bear 20,
can fly non-stop from the Soviet Union to
Somalia.
A full Soriet naval squadron has been
Suez Opening
Poses Red
Navy Threat
-
operating independently in the Indian (W
TOP-RANKING U.S. naval officers ha"
warned that the Suez Canal will allow Z
Soviets to operate their Black Sea Fleet Z
the Indian Ocean, thus cutting their lines f
cemmunications from 12,000 to 15.000 font
down to 3,000 kms.
The canal, which celebrated its centenary
six years ago, silent and empty, has always
been at the centre of Egypt's historical stage
and a focus for nationalism.
In 1382. when Ariba Pasha rebelled against
the Khedive and his British overlords, it was
near the canal that he chose to fight.
It was at Tel El Kebir. close to Ismailia.
that he was defeated.
WHEN ANTI-BRITISH revolts broke oat
r World War II. the canal again was the
center of the action. Anwar Sadat, then a
voting army officer on the retired list, took part
in the 1952 revolution, which ousted King
Farouk. and in the following guerrilla actions
leading to complete British withdrawal.
The Suez crisis in 1956 was ostensible
First Biscayne Corporation
Investment Counse'cs
ONE B SCAYNE TOWER
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
TEL 358-3033
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL .
233-774J
1936 N.E. 163rd Street 947-7577
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEACH POULTRY MARKET INC.
429 Espanola Way, Mi.mi teach 538-3870
BEACH POULTRY MARKET INC. No. 2
2004 N.E. 164th St., North Miami leach 949-7261
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INSURANCE
EASY OFF STREET PARKING
2301 S.W. 27th Ave.-PHONE: 854-1330
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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President Brandos Zionist District
A HAPPY NtW YbAR TO ALL ,"~---------
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8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
Holiday Greetings
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Best Wishes ^o-i
LEVITZ
1400 N.W. 167th Street
Whore the Sunshine State
Parkway Begins
Mr. mcj Mrs.
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wish their friends
a Moppy td Healthy
New Year
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Phone 681-0012


riday. September 5, 1975
vJewisfi fhricffojn
Page 9-E
Anchorages are shallows where the
Russian fleet anchors to refuel and
take on supplies. In other places there
arc buoys on which ships can be
fastened.
sparked off by President Gamal Abdel Nasser's
decision to nationalize the waterway. But the
decision meant more to Egyptians as a gesture
of Egypt's final break with colonialism than as
a takeover of a lucrative source of income.
THE CANAL, although only 160 meters
wide, was to save Egypt from an Israeli inva-
sion after the disastrous rout of the Six Day
War in 1967. For the next 6% years, it was
the front line in the smouldering war. *
Then came October 6, 1973, and the
"miracle" that saw the Egyptian army sweep
across the canal. It was the start of an 18-day
war that was later to see an Israeli recovery
and Arab reversals.
Official Egyptian history mentions only the
first victorious 24 hours.
The Nile and the Canal are Egypt's two
sole waterways, and it is not absurd to call the
canal a river since there is a current.
IT WAS never a simple matter to sail
through the Suez Canal and until 1967 the
Canal Authority used to divide the waterway
into four sections, each with its own specialist
pilots.
Before the canal was closed, about 20,000
ships used it each year. They were divided into
three convoys at a time, one sailing north-
wards, two southwards.
All northbound convoys loaded with oil
had priority and were allowed to sail straight
through to Port Said, while the southbound
ships had to stop, one convoy at Ballah, the
other in the Bitter Lakes, to allow the tankers
to pass.
PASSAGE THROUGH the canal takes about
15 hours at speeds of eight or nine knots. In)
Continued on Page 11-E
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAC
Construction
Marvin Sheldon
Stanley Cohen
Phone 667-8866
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
A Happy New Year To AH ...
VIDALE
ROOFING INC
7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
A Happy New Year To All..
REX
ART SUPPLIES
2283 S.W. 37th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 445-1413
Happy New Year To All
MR. AND MRS.
NATHANIEL B. ELKINS
A Happy New Year To All...
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1119 SW lit ST. Miami
373-5575
653 Collins Avc. Miami Beack
Mi. 531-6773
1138 Normandy Drive
Phone 866-5929
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
and Family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
A -1 TOURS
65 N.E. 27th STREET
See Florida With Us By Bus
Phone 573-0550
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
Dori8 B. Wintz A.S.I.D.
INTERIOR DESIGNS
1900 SAN SOUCI BOULEVARD
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 893-5271
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DEN A ROTBART FAMILY AND STAff
&i
FLORIDA FORECAST. W.
THE NICEST AND LATEST STYLES OF DRESSES
1663 COLLINS AVE. MBSStf
MYRON S. ZEIENTZ
BACHE & COMPANY
MIAMI
Extends Greetings to His \
CLIENTS and FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
AMERICAN SIGHTSEEING TOURS
1000 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Phone: 633-0281

mwe
wot
FRIENDLY FORD
2198 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH 33162
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
VAI/S SHELL
TOWING-TUNE UP-BRAKES
2701 WEST FLAGLER
MIAMI 33135
A Very Happy Neiv Year
To All...
R & R INDUSTRIAL
TRUCKS INC
Sales-Service-Rentals
14775 N.W. 22nd COURT
OPA LOCKA 33054
Best Wishes For A
Happy Netv Year
Vega Brakes Inc,
2865 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI 33142
MR. AND MRS. ADOLPH J. BERGER
Mark and Bonnie
WISH THAT THE YEAR BRINGS
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS TO YOU
AND SHALOM TO ALL ISRAEL


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Friday, September 5
197J
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
David Harrison'i STUDIO OF FLOWERS
21 N". E. 36th Street Miami, F ork
Telephone 576-0000
COCONUT GROVE
PLAYHOUSE
Extends to the entire
Jeuish Community
A Very Happy and
Healthy Meu Year
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hiaieah
975 W. 49th St., Hiaieah
"Bank With A Smile On ft\m Springs *'/"
& Liquors
Best W.shes To All For A Very Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. FRANK J. PARNESS
of KARMARC PRINTERS and STATIONERS
6240 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 266-1234
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CARPET DECOR
13455 N.E. 17th Avenue
North Miami, Florida Phone 895-6600
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR RELATVES AND FRIENDS
MR. and MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31st Place, Hiaieah
Phone 822-1200
BEST WISHES FROM .
KA>ES MASTERBUILT FURNITURE CO.
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
Detente Dangers
Continued from Page ~-E
cessions and changes in Soviet theory and con-
duct.
Anything less than that is a fraud and
worse. What should the "new-old" American
foreign policy be based upon? The following
pnnciples come to mind:
A declaration of the American concep-
tion of detente, including the clear and rapid
movement to human right;, in the western.
democratic manner, within the communist state
that seeks better relations with the United
States as well as non-involvement directly or
indirectly in any aggression or subversion di-
rected against any state in the free world;
An end to the doctrine that states that
Communist nations are inviolate while other
states are proper subjects for "liberation move-
ments";
An increase in propaganda and intelli-
gence activities within the Communist states
so long as this is done within the free world:
An end to SALT and disarmament talks
until liberalization is seen as an accomplished
fact within the Soviet Union. Similar postponing
of trade and technological agreements;
A clear declaration that all small states
subject to aggression or subversion will be
defended by the United States by all appropri-
ate means and that such aggression or sub-
version will open the door to similar processes
within the Communist empire;
A realization that ALL small states that
are the subject of aggression or subversion by
Communist states or their clients must be de-
fended if the American word and commitment
are to remain believable. A similar understand-
ing that democratic states are America's BEST
allies (the tyrannical regime is more than likely
to be overthrown and replaced by a radical,
hostile new government) and that these must
k, ~(t~rS<><* American protection even from
gression by totalitarian states that are T
_;> communist";
The building up of a strong and :cW
cally convinced armed forces of the Udjm
nd its allies. This would invoiv ... H.no
and intensive ideological courses given to jr
units of the armed forces. It would aiso call
for a more intensive effort on the
ran of
schools to explain the difference between the
free and communist worlds as to American
adult citizens concerning the importance of a
,-trong military and foreign polio- and the need
lor sacrifices;
The forging of a more powerful alliance
both by adding such proven allies as Israel as
well as demanding more of present allies;
An end to the pressure upon Israel to
relinquish land and a realization that the only
stable, democratic. anti-Soviet nation m the
Middle East is the Jewish State which remains
America's most dependable ally.
IT HAS BECOME fashionable over the last
years to consider a return to the Cold War as
t.K wui>i imaginable turn of events But it
should be clear that the Truman-Eisenhower-
\ennedv years were stronger and safer and
nore secure ones than those of the immediate
era. When a nation has ideals and beliefs it
believes in itself and likes itself.
As with individuals there is nothing more
important than that for happiness and stability.
The need to work for an immediate "popu-
lar front" of American citizens both Jewish
and non-Jewish, to stop false detente and re-
turn American foreign policy to its original
morality and reabsm. should be more than ob-
vious The Jew. in particular, has a vested in-
terest in this and he must begin to make strong
and effective contacts with non Jewish organi-
zations and individuals, particularly political
leaders and community spokesmen.
THE COLD FACT remains that the drive
Continued on Following Page
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Complete satis faction
guaranteed or your
money bach.
Stop By And Pick Up Your Jewish New Year Cjlendsrs
Florida National
Bank at Coral Gables
AttRACtfMnE AT PONCE 06 LEON BOULE/ARO
ROSH HASHONA
Unlimited Indoor &
Outdoor Products Corp.
MANUFACTURERS OF
FIBERGLASS PRODUCTS
246 NORTHWEST 76th STREET
MIAMI 33147


riday, September 5, 1975
vJewisti noridliaitf
Page 11-E
Suez Threat
Continued from Page 9-E
1967. the largest ships that could navigate the
waterway had a maximum draught of 38 feet.
At the time, ships of that size made up three
quarters of the world's merchant fleets. But
now all but 30 per cent are larger.
Even so, the new Canal Authority hopes
to makes R315 million from next vear's canal
charges as against only R175 million in the
last year the canal was operating.
FOUR INTERNATIONAL research bodies
have assured ihc Authority it can count on 120
million tons of solid cargo, 100 million tons of
oil and 250 million tons from unladen oil tank-
er- each, year. -
But Egypt knows the world has changed
since 1967 and the canal must change too.
THE ENORMOUS Canal Authority, an or-
ganization employing lOO.OOO people directly
or indirectly, started working fulltime. The in-
tanta of the canal 7one are returning home
and will again participate in the Egyptian
economy.
And finally, the canal reopenine will bring
a considerable amount of foreign investment.
Iran is ready to spend R1.400 million on vari-
ous projects. Iran, 4.800 kms. from Port Said.
wants to use the waterway to become a modern
Mediterranean power.
Nevertheless, Egypt faces great difficul-
ties. The Canal Authority has been stagnant
for eight years. Of its 250 pilots, at least 100 are
inexperienced.
Above all, the reopening will create prob-
lems for the Egyptian Army: it is one thing to
wage war in a deserted area, but quite another
to prepare for war in a region inhabited by a
million and a half people and with more than
100 merchant ships of all flags sailing through
the waterway at one time.
The canal zone of the Nasser-Kremin axis
has all but disappeared. The propaganda ma-
chine, which until very recently was aimed
solidly across the Suez at Israel, now faces west
to Libya with equal hatred.
Detente Dangers
Continued from Preceding Page
against false detente will be best and most
understood by the genuine, decent conserva-
tives whose antipathy towards Communism
stems from their own particular values of free-
dom and religion. It is the liberal bloc which.
for the most nart, has and will be the main
supporter of detente at almost any price.
The Jew must learn to understand that his
own interests (in the United States, in Israel
and in the world), as well as that of the United
States and the free world, demand his joining
together with people of all political persuasions
to stop the weakening of the United States and
the progressive spread of Soviet aggression and
subversion.
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
MISTER RICHARD
SANZ SALON
Harbor House South
10275 COLLINS AVENUE
BAL HARBOR
865-4909
Happy New Year To All
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
and Judith, James,
Jonathon and Joshua
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS
- To the Jewish Ccmmunny
-TWERY'S-
Importers
576-0564 576-0565
A Happy New Year To All ...
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
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PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N. E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
To All Greetings .. .
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.I. 79th Street
Phone 754-5*527
GREETINGS .
BILL TINDER
60LF PROFESSIONAL
Biltmore Course
lessons by Appointment
Complete fine of Golfing tquipmtml
1210 Anastcisia Ave., Coral Guble'
Phone 448-4087
Best Wishes and A
Happy Rosh Hashona
DESIGNERS
SHOWCASE
3775 N.W. 81 st STREET
MIAMI 33147
Joy and Happiness
For the New Year
McCUNE
COMPANY
2701 SOUTH BAYSHORE DRIVE
MIAMI 33133
VShono Tovu Tikosetm
Best Wishes
for the Holidays
C & C CITGO
TIRES- GENERAL REPAIRS
U-HAVL DEALER
11100 OVERSEAS HIGHWAY
MARATHON 33050
THE BERNARD ABEL FAMILY
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Nw Year
A HAPPY KEW YEAR TO ALL .
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Decor Concrete Railing
by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC.
3901 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
4 1(1 nil M REAM OF
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14701 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
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ELIAS KOBROWSKI
rpHE QUESTION of Jewish
* emigration from the USSR
to Israel, which represents a
specially acute problem to
those assembled here, is ex-
tremely important for many
reasons. It is important for per-
sonal reasons for each and ev-
eryone who is leaving: it is oft-
en the most important event in
their lives.
On a national plane, emigra-
tion to Israel represents one of
the most important events in
the many thousands-years-old
Jewish history which is so tra-
gic. Each case of groundless re-
fusal of an exit visa, the per-
secutions, repressions, provoca-
tions, trials are great misfor-
tunes in human terms.
THE ATTENTION of world
public opinion to each one of
these facts is extremely impor-
tant: such as the Leningrad
"hijacking" trial of Kuznetsov,
Dimshitz, Murzhenko, Federov.
Altman, Mendelevich, Knokh,
the Zalmansons and Penson;
such as the provocative trials
of Khantsis, Feldman, Shtern.
Nashpitz and Tsitlionok; such
as the fate of the "refuseniks"
Davidovich, Slepak and others.
I would like to discuss at this
moment also other questions
having a common significance
The right of choice of the coun-
try of residence proclaimed by
Article 13 of the Universal Dec-
laration of Human Rights is not
being denied in principle by
the powers in the USSR.

Sakharov
Lashes Red
Oppression
By ANDREI SAKHAROV
i ,' .' ,
In Moscow last May, the world-renowned physicist 1
Andrei Sakharov, made a statement before a con/erenJ
on the question of Jewish emigration from the ^
Union. The statement, brought to the United States I
through the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, pj
sents a point of view not often considered by Jews },]
number of non-Jews who also want to emigrate fromtd
Soviet Union, and why numbers of Jews emigrating J
Israel almost immediately emigrate from Israel to other I
countries abroad.
However, in practice this
right is subjected to very many
groundless and lawless serious
limitations which are applied to
all wishing to leave, regardless
of their nationality. These limi-
tations are the expression of
the closed and anti-legal char-
acter of Soviet society and
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therefore represent a pota
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fJenisti Ftoriciiar)
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hyomin Hogomolni (left) and Binyamin
mshko were threatened and beaten re-
\iily l- the KGB for actively participat-
in a protest against the five-year sen-
ices in a Siberian labor camp of Mark
khpitz and Boris Tsitlionak. Their pro-
$1 was against the Soviet Union's new
macabre campaign: Anyone who serves in
the Red Army must wait ten years follow-
ing discharge before he can emigrate to
Israel. Things are going especially hard
for Bogomolni and Grushko because they
are Bible and Hebrew language students.
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Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
"Jewish Floridian
Friday, September 5, 1975
Page 33-B
For the past three summers,
(S:this column must
? hv now. Each summer,
S"J5 ie time away from
!..?_ ,n,t this summer I hit
^nS to Aspen, Colo
,s read
;now
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Miami- and this summer
to "hustle" the other men at
Westview. He's good! .
Iris and Dan Franco, with
Richie and Barbara Pallot,
passed through Aspen, but the
men might have been difficult
to recognize on an Aspen street.
They had both grown beards,
and next to all the other Aspen
beards, they blended right
in ..
Roz and Stan Gettis were
busy shopping for shoes. The
airlines lost Roz's suitcase with
all her shoes in it.
You might not meet Dr. Mar-
tin and Marilyn Belle. They
were up on Red Mountain, stay-
ing at Arthur and Bunny Horo-
witz's house. Marilyn is Ar-
thur's sister. However, they did
attend the Institute sessions
daily, and I don't think they
missed an evening lecture. Ar-
thur, who will soon be opening
a reetaurant in downtown Mi-
ami, squeezed in a few weeks
in Aspen, to play tennis with
Mike Sumberg and Lefty Brink-
man, who runs Highland Moun-
tain Ski School and a summer
tennis resort Bunny joined
Arthur later, but had to rush
back to her shop.
Joyce Sumberg, meanwhile,
toyed with the idea of starting
a Federation in Aspen, but her
friends warned her she might
be run out of town. Aspen is
only now beginning to develop
a Jewish community spirit with
High Holy Days scheduled at
the Community Church. But
knowing Joyce, she'll get to
them yet .
Others glimpsed in the
crowd: Mort and Val Silberman,
Sol Rosencrantz and wife, Jill
and Stan Arkin- who camped
out for weeks in the Colorado
area with Jill's hair still look-
ing perfect, Bill and Linda
Binder, Toby Friedland and
family, and the Viv Whittens...
If you left Main Street and
went to the concerts where the
likes of Isaac Stern, Pinchas
Zuckerman, Itzak Perlman
(Inky and Pinky to their
friends), Robert Mann and
Aaron Copland would play al-
most weeklv. you might meet
Lvnn and Phil Gladstein who
trudged into Aspen from Basalt,
a nearby town, every day be-
cause "they ere afraid to miss
anything ."
If you went ic the Carbon-
dale Fair vou d have bumped
into Arlene and Mel Zucker or
Marty Fine, buying the raunch-
iest patch work jeans in town.
And more. Lots more Miami-
ans. I'm sure I've left out plen-
ty of names. Forgive me. 111
remember them later, when
we'll all be back again in As-
pen
Meanwhile, it's good to be
back in Miami. But I'm still
having trouble with my hair.
Israeli Vets Visit Pittsburgh
S ll-time record of nine
Seks One of the reasons it
so easy for me to be away
rom Miami for so long is that
Kami came to me. Or at least
it seemed that way
Being a reclusive type, I was
surprised to find that it was
eallv very pleasant to have
o many friends in such close
proximity. One didn't have to
L the phone. All that was nec-
!sSsVrv was to take a walk into
the liny town to meet just
about everyone you wished to
""If you walked on Main Street,
Asoen, any summer day, you
might meet Loi. SlegeL Jay's
wife, shopping for furniture for
her new Colorado apartment.
Or son Jimmy, sporting his
Outward Bound" tee shirt, lis-
tening to the sidewalk musi-
cians. Adolph Berger would
sprint by on his way to the
Aspen Institute to meet wife,
Helene, who preferred driving
to the Bill Moyers' seminar she
and Adslph audited. Nancy and
Hank Green would be some-
where on the mall, with daugh-
ters Susan and Florence.
ters Susan and Florence, eating
in one of the many sidewalk
restaurants .
Ernie Halpryn and Col. Nat
Rood routinely walked into
town, and Carolyn Raster con-
tinued the jogging she does
daily in Hollywood. No one
seemed bothered by the alti-
tude. Not even Martin Feinman,
who, beret bedecked, would
walk on Main Street, fresh
from his game of tennis. The
Feinmans had a family reunion
in Aspen with daughters, Olga
Melin, with husband, Dave, and
Cahforniaites, Tanya and Na-
tasha. Mrs. Feinman, a poet,
found :: poetry group in Aspen,
you'd meet her on the
mall, she'd read you her favor-
ite Russian poem .
You might see Pat Fine with
King stick and hiking
.mi her way to another
climb to one of the
autiful lakes around
ii
and Harry Meiselman
ttle Cliffs, the best ba-
in town, and it you bump-
ed into them, they were always
good for a doughnut or a
lie. Daughter Abby
fame to Miami by win-
the Aspen Racket Club
Tennis Tournament, sin-
and doubles. Trophy in
hanj. ahe made The Aspen
Jay Meiselman made
money by giving tennis lessons
nit Halpryn. Jay now plans
U.S. Open Tennis Tournament
Schedules Games on Rosh Hashanah
-HINCiTON (JTA) days and the scheduling of an-
Rep, Kdward I. Koch (D., N.Y.) other date,
expressed surprise and shock
PITTSBURGH(JTA) Ten
disabled Israel war veterans
visited Pittsburgh for a 14-day
stay which ended recently
The men, who received wounds
in wars fought since 1948, lived
in individual homes as members
of their Pittsburgh hosts fami-
lies.
The veterans are members of
Zahal (Defense Army of Israel)
disabled veterans organization.
One veteran said, "We did not
know each other before we came
to Pittsburgh. Now we are all
great friends ."
THE MEN came to the States
after Sylvia Robinson and her
husband. Donald, past president
of the United Jewish Federation
of Greater Pittsburgh, attended
a Joint Distribution Committee
meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.
At that time, Mrs. Robinson
heard of Israeli Europe-disabled
veteran visits, known to only a
few communities in Europe.
She decided to initiate and head
a veterans project here.
According to the Pittsburgh
UJF, the purpose of the visit
was to have the veterans "learn
the warmth and feeling and car-
ing that Jews in America have
for the Jews of Israel."
The ten veterans who visited
Pittsburgh were Govary Schmu-
el. 29; Ilan Halperin, 31; (group
leader); Arie Tamari, 32; Atmon
Rubinstein, 28; Eli Sofer, 35;
Yaacov Steuer, 50; Ran Gafni,
31; Amihal, 30; Yekutiel Ger-
shoni, 32; and Iran Shacham, 43.
ALL THE men are married,
and most have children. None of
the ten had less than 50 per
cent disability, with two having
100 per cent disability.
But despite their handicaps.
in a letter to Bill Talbert, chair-
man and director of the United
States Open Tennis Tourna-
ment, for having scheduled the
> on Sept. 6 and 7, the
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their 14-day visit included
parties, tours, shopping and
trips to Niagara Falls and Wash-
ington, D.C.
Prior to the visit, many of the
veterans had never left Israel.
Group leader Ilan Halperin,
who lost a hand and damaged
an eye during the Six-Day War
in 1967, described the Zahal
Disabled Veterans organization
which he said, "represents the
disabled of all wars and acts for
their rehabilitation in the eco-
nomic, cultural and social life
of the state."
ACCORDING TO Halperin, the
organization has 20,000 mem-
bers, assists them in solving
personal problems, has set up a
mutual assistance fund, schol-
arship fund for the disabled and
their children and mutual life
insurance funds.
He also described the Beit
Halocham (House of War Vet-
erans), which serves as a phys-
ical and social rehabilitation
center for the veteran and his
family.
Of the Pittsburgh visit, Hal-
perin said, "Although it is the
first group to the States, we all
believe and hope it will be only
the beginning of a positive tra-
dition to bring other group*
here and to other communitiet
all over the U.S."
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The words are placed vertically, horizontally, diagonally,
frontwards and backwards. Answerss aw: on pagei 36-B.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. VARIATIONS IN TRANSLIT-
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Talbert. who was called by
the JTA for comment, said that
his hands were tied oecause the
International Lawn Tennis Fed-
eration schedules the tourney
on Sept. 6 and 7, the dates tne world over.
Bret two days of Rosh Hasha- Talbert said the games have
n%. .. t. nn for decades been held begin-
Scheduling the games on he ,Mt Thursday m Aug-
rLT daysumeans *h Jewlsh ust and continuing through the
Payers whether of American dav of September.
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either precluded from partici- scheduled to begin al-
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basic tenets of their faith," most,a ueek ,at^;. the rrA
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bert to immediately reconsider^ Burns, however, could not do
holding the tourney on those" reached for comment.
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>Je1st FkrkJ&r
Friday, September
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ELIAS KOBROWSKI
rpffi QIXSTION of Jewisn
emigration from the USSR
to Israel, which represents a
specially acute problem to
those assembled here, is ex-
tremely important for many
reasons. It is important for per-
sonal reasons for each and ev-
eryone who is leaving: it is oft-
en the moat important event in
their lives.
On a national plane, emigra-
tion to Israel represents one of
the most important events in
the many thousands-years-old
Jewish history' which is so tra-
gic. Each case of groundless re-
fusal of an exit visa, the per-
secutions, repressions, provoca-
tions, trials are great misfor-
tunes in human terms.
THE ATTENTION of world
public opinion to each one of
these facts is extremely impor-
tant: such as the Leningrad
b^acting" trial of Kuzoetsov,
Dimshitz. Murzhenko. Federov.
Airman. Mendelevich. Knokh.
the Zalmansons and Penson:
such as the provocative trials
of Khantsis. Feldman. Shtern.
Nashpitz and Tsitlionok: such
as the fate of the "refuse!
Dav.dovich. Slepak and others.
I would like to d I this
moment also other questions
having a common significance
The right of choice of the coun-
try of residence proclaimed by
Article 13 of the Universal Dec-
laration of Human Rights is not
being denied in principle by
the powers in the USSR.
Sakharov
Lashes Red
Oppression
By ANDREI SAKHAROV
In Moscow last May. the world-renowned physicist
Andrei Sakharov. made a statement before a conferena
on the question of Jewish emigration from the Soviet
Union. The statement, brought to the United Slates
through the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, pr(.
its a point of view not often considered by JewsL-Z
number of non-Jews who also want to em from 2
:et Union, and why numbers of Jews Wingi
Israel almost immediately emigrate from Israel to other
i untries abroad.
However, in practice this
right is subjected to very many
groundless and lawless serious
limitations which are applied to
all wishing to leave, regardless
of their nationality. These limi-
tations are the expression of
the closed and anti-legal char-
acter of Soviet society and
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