The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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Volum* 1 Number 23
and SHOFAR OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Hollywood, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Two Sections
New Year Messages From Federation
By JESSE J. MARTIN
Campaign Manager
Jewish Welfare Federation
On the eve of the New Year, I
want to take this opportunity ta
thank all of you who have con-
JtSU 1. MAKTIN
tributed so generously to our Fed-
oration campaign and have already
helped us go over the $815,000
mark making this the largest cam-
paign in our Federation history.
Even this large figure, we know,
is not a final one for there are
still several large pledges that have
not been counted for one reason or
another. These include some from
people who have been out of town
but who we know we can count on
for substantial contributions and
perhaps from others who have just
not been contacted for varied rea-
sons. In spite of that fact we are
understandably most enthusiastic
about cur figures.
All of us realize that the need
is greater than ever not only
for our brethren in Israel but also
for our local agencies. We at Fed-
eration are well aware that these
are times of economic flux and
volatility and that these were
factors in our campaign and we
have been pleasantly gratified with
the results we have attained so
far.
In gross amount of gifts we
had 4,569 donors this year, the
largest number we have ever had.
Our apartment division has
mushroomed beyond belief even
though we all know the growth of
the high rises in our area. This
year we assembled the largest
corps of volunteers ever In this
division and through their coopera-
tion and efforts more than 125
buildings were organized.
The contribution of this group
to the campaign has been tremend-
ous and we know that the potential
in this area of high rises has hardly
been touched and is one that will
keep growing from year to year.
In closing, I again want to
thank all of the men and women
who worked so hard for us on the
campaign and of course, all of
those who gave so generously.
News Briefs
JDL Patrols Called "Illegal"
NEW YORK (JTA) A spokesman for the Jewish Defense
League said that the JDL would go ahead with its plan to arm resi-
dents of the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn, a high-crimie area,
despite the opposition of the Lindsay administration and the Police
Department. Mayor John V. Lindsay had called the plan "vigilant-
ism," and the police made it clear that the patrols envisioned by the
JDL were illegal.
Expanded Curriculum Planned
PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia's Jewish Free University,
which last year enrolled 235 students, is planning an expanded cur-
riculum and a more broadly based student population in its second
year beginning this month, according to Dr. Norman Adler, associate
professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Jewish Consultant
to the American Jewish Committee's Philade\phia Chapter, which
helps administer the JFU. Among the new courses to be offered
are: Selected Topics in the History of Jewish Music; Introduction to
Kabalistic Thought; The Jew and the American Labor Movement;
Sex, Love and Marriage: You Can Have One Without the Other?;
Moral Issues and Military Service; The Makings of a Jewish Count-
erculture: and a History of the Jews in the United States.
AJCongress Accepts Offer
NEW YORK The American Jewish Congress has accepted a
State Department offer of a meeting to discuss Voice of America
broadcasts in Yiddish to Soviet Jews "in more detail." The meeting,
taking place this week at the State Department, includes VOA
officials and representatives of the AJConference on Soviet Jewry.
Sailing Facilities Expanded
NEW YORK Col. Nachum Golan, director of the Israel Ali-
yah Center, announced that due to the increasing number of settlers
who wish to go to Israel via ship, the Center has made arrange-
ments for olim to travel to Israel aboard ships belonging to the Ital-
ian line in addition to the existing Greek line and El Al air
accommoda tions.
Nixon Asked To Deny License
Harold B. Light, vice chairman of the National Union of Coun-
cils for Soviet Jews, here sent President Nixon the following
telegram: "Please deny export license to Mack Truck to build the
world's largest truck plant in Russia. Soviet Jews are being im-
prisoned, sent to insane asylums, for requesting their legal rights to
emigrate. The lives of 3Vi million Jews are at stake. Would you
help Nazi Germany this way if this were 1938?" And Sen. George
McGovern, who declared on an ABC-TV show that if the Soviets
want to buy Mack Trucks, we should sell them trucks made by
American labor, suggested that Americans should write cards to
President Nixon before he signs the authorization.
By ROBERT W. GORDON
President
Jewish Welfare Federation
As we approach the beginning
of a New Year, it is with a feeling
of deep satisfaction that I look
back over the many accomplish-
ments of our Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration of Greater Hollywood in
the year just completed. Our Com-
bined Campaign under the able
leadership of Jesse Martin is wind-
ing up with the largest dollar
amount ever collected here in
Hollywood as well as the greatest
number of donors so far.
In the many other areas in which
our Federation functions, every-
thing has shown great growth and
great promise. Our Jewish Family
Service has reported its most suc-
cessful and fruitful year so far
with a case load of 515 cases suc-
cessfully handled, a tremendous
increase over last year.
Camp Ke-Dee-Mah, started by
Jewish Welfare Federation only
five short years ago as the only
Jewish oriented camp in the area,
has increased its enrollment again
this year. Its program has been ex-
tended to include age groups from
tots up through its very efficient
counselor-in-training program for
capable teenagers. For the first
time this year its counselor orien-
tation period was lengthened to a
period of a full week so that a
competena, prepared staff was
ready to greet the campers on
their first day.
The Young Leaders Council this
year had a complete program of
educational evenings set up for a
large group of interested young
men. The enthusiasm of this group
and their training augurs well lor
the future leadership of our Fed-
eration.
Our Women's Division once ag.iin
forged ahead with their separate
campaign. In addition to their fund
raising efforts, for the first time
the division offered programs for
the women of the community high-
lighting subjects which were of
special interest to them. Experts in
various fields were utilized to
make the special programs inter-
esting and informative and the
programs were attended with much
enthusiasm by the women.
And so, as I look forward to line
things from this coming year with
Federation, on the eve of the New-
Year, I want to take this oppor-
tunity to wish all of you a happy
and healthy New Year with much
good in store for all of us.
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Luck Saves 2 Planes
From Sabotage Tries
TEL AVTV (WNS) Romanced by boys they did not know,
two girls unwittingly took explosive-filled suitcases aboard their
El Ai flights recently. By sheer luck for the passengers and
crew, the activating devices in each instance failed to function.
The statements issued by the airline left many of the details
fuzzy, but an international investigation was known to be under-
way.
In one instance, a Dutch girl met a "beatnik," or "hippie" at
a travel agency; he began to romance her when he found out
that she planned to go to Israel. He proposed marriage and they
planned to leave for Israel together. At the last minute, however,
the young man said he could not make the plane and asked the
girl to take a suitcase for him so that he could save overweight
charges. The girl related this story to an Israeli fellow passenger,
and the two of them turned the suitcase over to the Israeli
authorities when the plane landed at Lydda
The Peruvian girl who unwittingly brought the other dan-
gerous cargo aboard another plane told authorities a similar
story. She said that a boy who befriended her had managed to
exchange suitcases with her on the way to the airport. When the
bag was opened it was found to contain explosives also.
Authorities, who have the girls in custody pending a complete
investigation, say that they are in all likelihood innocent, as they
would not knowingly have taken explosives aboard their own
plane.
In a separate, unrelated incident last week, a girl brought a
toy gun secreted inside a cake aboard an El Al plane in London.
The gimmick is said to have been a test of recently-tightened
Israeli security measures arranged by the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, a group which hijacked and blew up three
airplanes a year ago.
Airports all over Europe have been alerted against possible
new sabotage attempts, and El Al announced that it would insti-
tute more strict security measures. Both governments and avia-
tion authorities have been warned by international intelligence
agencies to expect renewed sabotage activity.
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Airport Paralyzed
By Wildcat Strike
TEL AVIV (JTA) Lydda
Airport was paralyzed by a sud-
den strike of 800 civil aviation
workers last week; the em-
ployees left their jobs without
warning to protest alleged red
tape in meeting their wage de-
mands. Incoming flights were di-
verted to airfields in other coun-
tries and planes ready to take
off discharged their passengers.
El Al ordered Its planes at for-
eign airports not to take off
for Israel until the strike ends,
and has instructed all passeng-
ers not to come to Lydda until
further notice. The strikers said
they would handle emergency
landings and military planes.
The wildcat strike at Lydda
exacebated the situation caused
by the continuing strike of cus-
toms officials which has halted
all cargo movements at the air-
port and on the docks of Ashdod.
The customs officers manned
their posts only to check pas-
senger luggage for explosives,
while goods overflowed the ware-
houses at Lydda and Ashdod;
some was piled outside.
Eban Warns That
Hostilities Could
Break Out Again
JERUSALEM (WNS)Israeli
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
warned in a recent television
interview that hostilities in the
Middle East may break out again
if the Arabs are encouraged by
continued U.S. failure to supply
Phantom fighter aircraft to Is-
rael and if the Arabs thought
the military balance had shifted
sufficiently in their favor.
Commenting on VS. Secretary
of State William Rogers' state-
ment that an effort would be
made to reach an agreement on
re-opening the Suez Canal by
the end of the year, Mr. Eban
said that a four month deadline
does nat suggest that the U.S.
intends to exert pressure on
Israel.
He also rejected a suggestion
by National Religious Party lead-
er Itzhak Raphael that Israel
boycott a U.N. Security Council
session on Jerusalem. He stated
that such a course would exag-
gerate the importance of the
U.N. as a bodv to impose doci-


Page 2-A
Jenisfthridian
Friday, Sept 17. 1971
Three-Pronged Attack Is
Expected In U.N. Session
UNITED NATIONS. New
York (WNS) Israel is taking
d.plomatic nioasures'-in face of
a three-pronged attack on
BaM JillWlilWH on the Golan
HeJgttl, and on the other admin-
istered territories expected
at the United Nations this month.
Though a formal requestt for a
Security Council Suuoii did nol
.-iinu- from Jordan when it m
xperted, Israeli stua are bawd
on the asunn>Hon that a Secur-
ity Council debate on East Jeru-
salem is unavoidable.
Despite warnings from Israeli
diplomats here that a debate
might endniager negotiations on
Middle Kast peace proposals,
the United States has been work-
ing "vriy closely" with Jordan
to formulate a resolution con-
demning Israel's East Jerusalem
policies. Originally the two coun-
try's cooperated to limit the Se-
curity Council debate to East
Jerusalem and avoid discussing
tfco whole range of Middle East
problems. Then diplomatic ef-
forts widened to include writing
a compromise resolution censur-
ing Israel for building projects in
East Jerusalem.
The United States believes
tii.11 until final internationaliza-
tion of the city is hammered out
in the course of full peace nego-
tiations, Israel should refrssiii
from making any permanent-
changes In Its status. The Jor-
danians want to emphasize Is-
rael's alleged "Judaizinj," of the
city at the expense of Its Arab
residents, and to call for a Secur-
ity Council inspection team to
investigate Israel's alleged atroci-
ties and desecrations.
The Americans are trying to
dissuade the Jordanians on the
latter point, realizing that Israel
would not permit such a group
to enter her territory, and the
U.N. could not enforce any such
resolution. Israel plans to
counter with full exposure ot
Jordanian desecration of holy
places a id its policy of keeping
the Holy City almost completely
free of Jews during its 19-year
occupation.
Al the General Assembly, Is-
rael expects to le attacked! on
two main fronts: the (Jolan
Heights, by Syria, and the nego-
tiations stalemate by Egypt and
France. The Committee on the
Klimin; tion of Racial Discrimi-
nation voted nine-to-four In fa-
vor of drawing General .Assembly
attention to Israeli practices in
the Heights, which Syria lost In
1967.
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that Israel expelled-.Arab HMaVi
.don** of ,|f}:*>reu. Israel count*!
cred with charges of Syrian dis-
crimination and persecution of
its Jewish citizens, as well as
denials of any wrongdoing in the
Heights.
The three-member Committee
to Investigate Israeli I'racttctw
In the Occupied Territories phi nit
to submit lb* final report to Sec-
retary General V Thant on Sept.
20, the day before the Assembly
meets. Thant is expected to pub-
lish the results of what Israel
calls a partisan investigation, for
discussion by the Assembly.
On the general diplomatic
front. France Ls expected to open-
ly side with Egypt and the So-
viet Union in their position that
Israel alone is responsible for
the current negotiations stale-
mate. Foreign Minister Maurice
Schumann Ls expected to push
for i Big Four initiative, in line
with the French assessment that
only a Big Four decision can set- .
tie Middle East problems.
ADL Launches Its
Membership Drive
George J. Talainoff, state chair-
man for the Florida Chapter of
The Society of Fellows of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has announced the launching ot
the Society's state-wide member-
ship campaign. The opening event
of the camivuen was the annual
Society's of Fellows breakfast dur-
ing ADL's recent summer work-
shon in Tampa.
The Society of Fellows Is a lead
ership group whose members work
to promote the local and national
orograms of the League by inspir-
ing generosity appropriate to the
problems that must be solved and
the needs that must be met. Mem-
bers of the Society sponsor special
events in the interest of the Anti-
Defamation League and attend
ADL conferences and special pro-
grams in the United States and
abroad.
Operating with the authorization
of the Multiple Appeals Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the Society of Fellows cam-
paign in Dade County will culmi-
nate with its third annual dinner
in the Eden Roc Hotel on Satur-
day, Nov. 13.
Luncheon-Fashion Show Set
B'nai B'rith Women Lodge 725
| will hold its annual luncheon and
I fashion show on Thursday. Oct.
14 under the chairmanship of Mrs.
' Ilaymond Stonvi. Mrs. Angelo
Palumlxi it president of the lodge
New 1971-1972 Hebrew
The new 1971-1972 (5732) He-
brew Almanac I Luac-h I issued by
the Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. has
a number of important and inter-
esting features. The pocket-si/e
book contains the entire years
calendar in Knglish and Hebrew,
the Friday candlclighting times in
Eastern, Central and Pacific time
wp^-ytymM -lair-iP^'ntf"1 &&
i'ng Time, all the holidays and fast
days, permissible wedding dates.
Almanac Now Available
important prayers in English and
Hebrew and both the American
and Israeli national anthems.
This new almanac, which is now
available to the readers of The
Jewish Florid:an absolutely free,
may be obtained by writing to The
Jewish Flortdian. PC). Box 2973,
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I name, address and zip code.
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"JewlsHhrkKan
PERSONALITY PROFILE
Page 3-A
Seymour Mann
"I came from a family that was
always Involved in causes, partic-
ularly causes involving our peo-
ple," mused Seymour Mann. "We
were a religious family and when
I think back, I realize my father
had such a great love for Ms reli-
gion that you couldn't help but
feel it. He always took me with
him to synagogue and it became a
major interest in my own life; that
is why so many of my own activi-
ties are related to Jewish oriented
cause.
"My first major involvement
with Israel was during World War
II, when I was asked to join a
secret group that was really the
American counterpart of the Ha-
ganah," Mr. Mann went on. "It
was all very hush-hush and excit-
ing. The purpose of ttie group was
to buy ships and use them to get
as many refugees as possible out
of Europe and over to what was
then Palestine.
"Our group met every week and
as part of our work we arranged
to train boat crews both boys
and girls in Boston and take
them to Europe. The movie "Exo-
dus" was a true picture of the
things we did, and that was when
I really got involved," he declared.
Even before this period in his
life, however, honors had come to
Seymour Mann. He attended New
York University and secured his
B.A. degree in Economics there,
then went on to earn his M.A. de-
gree in the same field. During his
university career, he was listed in
Who's Who in American Universi-
ties for two years in a row, for
he was a participant in many
activities.
After his graduation, he went
into the textile field and became
one of the youngest executives with
Kohn-Hall-Marx, one of the lead-
ing textile firms. At the same time
his interest in religion and in
synagogue affairs waned and he
became a member of the West Side
Institutional Synagogue in New
York City and eventually its vice
president.
In 1952, Seymour Mann moved
to Hollywood largely because of
the persuasive powers of Jesse
Martin, who already lived here.
Jesse and Seymour had grown up
together and had been friends for
years, and Jesse convinced Sey-
mour he should settle here with
his young family. (Seymour had
met his wife, Mitzi, through a fra-
ternity brother while he was still
in college; by the time he moved
to Hollywood they had three sons).
Seymour joined Temple Sinai
and later became a member of
its board of directors. In 1957
he was elected president of the
temple, and it was during the ten-
ure of office that the congregation
acquired the property on Johnson
Street and started to build the
present edifice. Today, his oldest
son, Jeffrey, is also a member of
the temple's board of directors
and Seymour proudly says, 'This is
the first father-and-on team on
the temple's board since its origin."
Among Mr. Mann's other activi-
ties has been the presidency of the
Southeast region of United Syna-
gogue of America which covers
congregations in eight states. (He
still serves on the board). He was
also instrumental in forming the
Broward Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee and served as
its first president. He was the win-
ner of the 1970 Chai Award of
Jewish Welfare Federation, where
he has served on the board of
trustees for 18 years. A vice pres-
ident and member of the executive
committee, he has also been ac-
tive in its campaigns.
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could be complete without telling
of his family life for his pride in
his family shines through every-
thing he says about them. His
wife, Mitzi, a past president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai, is at
the present time a member of the
Speakers Bureau of the "Starting
Place" and keeps busy filling
speaking engagements in its be-
half.
The Mann's eldest son, Jeff, is
married to a Sabra and lives here
in Hollywood where he has his
own photography studio. "Be sure
to mention our grandson, Tami
and Jeff's boy, Steve Noah. He's
just past two and he's really some-
thing," says the proud grandfather.
Seymour and Mitzi have just re-
turned from a sightseeing trip to
Israel and Iran combined with a
visit to their second son, Bruce
and his wife, Amy, who are serv-
in the Peace Corps in Iran.
Tommy, their youngest son, is
also married and works for a large
accounting firm in New York City.
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Mrs. Albert Aaron, president of
Hallandale Chapter of Hadassah,
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Volume 1
Friday, September 17, 1971
Number 23
27 ELUL 5732
Money Should Flow More Readily
The wage-price freeze may provide more confidence
in the economy than has been evident for many months
and give a boost to lagging Combined Jewish Appeal col-
lections that threatens curtailment of many vital programs
both in Israel and here.
With two-thirds of the year nearly past, it is reported
nationally that less than half of the cash needed to main-
tain the Israel and other overseas programs has been
collected. The obvious result is that many vital programs
will have to be cut back, including the relocation of the
continuing flow of refugees from the Soviet Union.
Needless to say, we join with local and national lead-
ers in urging contributors not to wait to fulfill their pledges.
In the brackets where it counts, the new economic program
seems to have had a salutary effect so that money should
flow more readily.
We See No Significant Change
There is nothing unusual in our State Department hav-
ing condemned Moshe Dayan for what it termed a bel-
liger^ant speech, remaining silent when the leaders of the
new Arab Federation issued a statement that they would
not negotiate nor recognize Israel and, were in fact de-
termined to destroy it.
That a spokesman finally issued a mild rebuke only
proves a point we have been making for some time: that
unless constant pressure is maintained by Jewish leaders
the State Department will follow what seems to be its nat-
ural inclination in taking anti-Israel positions. This has been
historically true for several decades and we see no signifi-
cant change in attitude despite the support of American
presidents and legislators.
The lesson must continue to be taught that nations
have no morality in dealings with others and any one who
believes otherwise may wake up some morning to tragic
consequences.
Problems Are Misrepresented
The Synagogue Council of America has taken a
strong stand on the guestion of Jerusalem which should
earn the support not only of Jews but those of other reli-
gious affiliation who have any respect for truth, as con-
trasted with propaganda.
One expects the Arab and Moslem nations to mis-
repiesent the situation that exists in the Holy City. That
Christian leaders are part of the group which ignores
facts, or distorts history, is not unexpected in some cases
but not to be ignored in others. For instance, one of the
charges leveled against Israeli control is that the Chris-
tian population of Jerusalem has dropped drastically. True
as far as it goes, but the whole truth is that between 1949
and 1967, when the Old City was under Jordanian rule,
the population loss was close to 15,000 while since the
Six-Day War and Israeli control there has been a rise
albeit slight.
The concern both Catholic and Protestant leaders now
show for internationalization of Jerusalem would come in
better taste had that concern been in evidence between
1949 and 1967, but the record is bare of any public state-
ment by these leaders nor were their voices raised over
the desecration of Jewish shrines during those years.
Jerusalem has a special hold on Islam and Christianity,
as well as Judaism, and its sacredness is being respected
from all accounts. But as the Synagogue Council has said
in its statement acknowledging the problems, "The mis-
representation and exaggeration of such problems is
greatly damaging to both truth and love. It serves neither
trie developing interreligious dialogue nor the peace of
Jerusalem."
MATTER OF FACT
IY1/^ by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON In the
1930s. Adolf Hitler thundered
hLs evil intentions to the whole
world. The trouble was that very
few people believed him.
IN THE 1970s, the Soviet
Union is led by dull-apix>aring,
stolid. hard-faed men. They do
not thunder. Their intentions, if
any, must be read by how they
invest their national resources;
where they place their national
forces; and how they depart
from past national precedents.
And these are difficult signs to
read.
Yet they must be read. The
last report in this space ex-
amined the astonishing contrast
between the different ways just
one of these signs is being read
by Communist China's brilliant
Premier Chou En-lai and by the
more virtuous, historically Il-
literate American liberals. For
anyone who thinks about the
problem seriously, the vast, men-
acing Soviet buildup on the Chi-
nese frontier is certainly a most
disturbing worldwide sign.
SPEAKING quite personally,
however, I am inclined to at-
tach equal weight to the more
subtle signs showing radical, re-
cent Soviet departures from past
national precedents. Long, long
ago, the leading American stu-
dents of Soviet behavior laid
down two hard and fast rules.
Rule one was that the Krem-
lin would never send its own
troops abroad in a combat role
beyond the borders of the ac-
knowledged Soviet empire that
were created by World War II.
Rule two was that the Krem-
lin would never nakedly in-
tervene abroad, once again be-
yond the empire's borders, in
order to establish the rule of a
foreign Communist Party.
BOTH Bl'LES have now been
broken, at long last, in the dan-
gerous Middle East. In 1970. the
Kremlin sent Soviet flyers and
missile troops into Egypt in com-
bat roles. Then in the Sudan
very recently, the Kremlin fla-
grantly sponsored an abortive
Communist coup d'etat.
The numerous wearers of
wishful blinders have not yet
altogether faced the Sudanese
facts. Yet the facts are very
clear.
To begin with the real or-
ganizer of the abortive coup is
now well known to have been
Abdul Khalek Mahjoub, the of-
ficial leader of the Sudanese
Communist Party. He has been
hiding for a long time in the
Bulgarian embassy. (This is al-
most like saying he had been
hiding in the Texas embassy,
in American terms I. When the
time came whin Mahjoub got
the needed orders he slipped
out to set the wheels of the coup
in motion.
THE OPEN coup participants
were young Communist militaiy
officers led by Maj. Hashem
Mohammed el Atta. Their main
success was encircling the pre-
vious, and present head of the
Sudanese government, Gen.
.laafar Mohammed Numeiri, in
one of the government buildings
in Khartoum. As soon as this
success was achieved, Soviet Am-
bassador Nikoleyev hastened to
call uiwn Major Atta and the
other coup leaders, no doubt to
congratulate and confabulate.
The leading Soviet role in
these events has more recently
been spelled out with great clar-
ity, even brutality, in an inter-
view given to a British corre-
spondent by Gen. Numeiri. Even
more impressive, however, is the
clear evidence of the reaction
of the Sudan's neighbors, who
would have had a new problem
on their hands with a loyal
Communist government in Khar-
toum.
The neighbors' reaction was
Continued en Pgt 11
/\8
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Among the responses to John Lindsay's new
identity as a Democrat I thought the wryest and most char-
acteristic was Gene McCarthy's: "I don't see it us of the same
significance as the conversion of Constantine."
A number of others pointed out that what counted for a
presidential candidate is not what he calls himself but how
many state chairmen he has lined up for him. But while Lindsay
has few- if any fervent state chairmen, he cannot be dis-
missed airily. In the convention crunch what will count is how
the delegates feel about who can beat Nixon, and with what.
On the basis there are four candidates or noncandidates
today whom I regard as the real contenders. 11 don't distinguish
on the basis of labels between declared candidates like Mc-
Govern. and undeclared candidates like Muskie, Humphrey, Bayh,
Harris. Mills, Jackson, Lindsay, McCarthy and declared non-
candidates like Kennedy: I regard them all as available). The
four I take most seriously, because the voters are likely to take
them most seriously, arc Muskie, Jackson, Kennedy and Lindsay.
SOME COMMENTATORS AND politicians are convinced
that Sen. Muskie has the nomination all but wrapped up, he
has the delegate strength North, South, Easl. Westand
that all he needs to do now is to make a substantial showing in
the primaries and the convention will be his. 1 think this over-
states It. Certainly Muskie has sustained his early strength re-
markably, and shown he is a hard man to head off. He has made
i>w if any tactical errors, and has used his best quality a
cool and deliberate judgment.
He has resisted the temptation to shoot off and respond to
every incitement, partly because of his style, partly because he
has more to lose than his rivals and they have everything to
gain. More than any of them he holds the ground just left "f
center where mast of the Democratic voters are. and a good
many liberal Republicans and independents as well. His strength
lies in the fact that (unlike Nixon) people trust him lo hold that
ground, both as candidate and (if he makes it' as President. But
between now and next July many things can happen to unsettle
his lead.
ANY CANDIDATE CONSIDERABLY to the left ,. Muskie
A 41 need something to counterbalance his strength with the
party leaders and rank-and-file. and that something will have
to be a personal charisma. That is why I exclude from the top
four, the names of McGovern. Bayh. Harris and McCarthy, all
of whom I like and respect, and whose positions are more aggres-
sively liberal than Muskie's. I also exclude Humphrey, primarily
because of the widespread feeling that he has had his chance.
The Importance of Kennedy and Lindsay is that each of them
has this charisma, which for most people transcends the question
of his politics. The difference between them as candidates is that
Lindsay has to do remarkably well in whatever primaries he
enters to gel rid of his new-haby-in-the-house smell, while Ken-
m dy can ride out all the primaries with an alxivp-thc-battle
languor, and come in fresh if the convention falters. Kennedy is
unlikely to take second place on anyone's ticket: Lindsay could
well be a running mate for Muskie. and it would be a formidable
combination.
THE OTHER DIFFERENCE IS that most of the Demo-
cratic regulars -once they are convinced that Chappaquirldick
has become dead scar tissue will feel more comfortable with
Kennedy than with Lindsay. This Is today notably true of king-
makers like Richard Daley of Chicago, who is a Muskie supporter
but could change his mind under stress
Don't underestimate the chances of either man, whether in
1972 or 1976. Write me down as one who felt Lindsay was aiming
at the White House even before he met Richard Aurclio and
caught the contagion of that professional's belief in the Lindsay
star. As for Kennedy, he bears the name his brothers bore, and
has many of the advisers and helpers they had. The question is
how deeply their tragic strain has touched one who has survived
their deaths, and survived also a plane crash and a scandal of
his own. The fear of a third assassination is bound to be there,
but so is the Kennedy striving beyond tragedy -- for a high
place in history.
I HAVE MADE Sen. Henry Jackson the fourth on my list
precisely because he is what he is a Westerner bucking a
ticld from the other sections, Hawkish on the war and on foreign
policy where they are Dovish, a domestic liberal in the New Deal
and not the New Politics sense, and closer than any of the others
to the kind of worWng-class people he addressed in his speech
to the New York AFL-CIO, where he went after the liberals with
a baseball bat made of George Meany timber.
There is only an outside chance that he could win the nomi-
nation-if Nixon's China policy soured badly, if there was B
Middle East crisis that really endangered Israel (Jackson's
toughly pro-Israel stance has come through to most people), if
there was domestic violence feeding Jackson's law-and-order posi-
tion. But there is a very good chance that if any of the other ma-
jor contenders was nominated, he would need Scoop Jackson as a
running mate, to give him the added appeal that most Democrats
don't have today.


Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
*Jewish fkrktiam
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ORGANIZATION IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Jewish Welfare Board
The National Jewish Welfare
Hoard, a beneficiary of Jewish
Welfare Federation, was organized
in 1917; its principal function was
providing services to the Armed
Forces and Jewish community cen-
ters. A common staff are utilized
tor Ijoth fields of interest.
The Board is recognized offici-
ally by the U.S. government as the
Jewish agency u ith which it deals
in matters affecting the religious,
morale and welfare needs of Amer-
ican Jews in the Armed Forces.
It also provides services to the
members of their families at or
near military posts and to men in
the nation's veterans' hospitals.
The Commission on Jewish Chap-
laincy is responsible for recruiting,
endorsing, training, supplying, su-
pervising and servicing Jewish
chaplains. The number of chap-
lains is set by the Armed
Forces and other federal agencies
and the Commission attempts to
meet the quota a-s practicably as
possible. JWB is one of six agencies
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Including resident camps, day
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week in order to plan for the com-
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at 10 a.m. Monday; the second is
a board meeting for officers and
chairmen at the home of the or-
ganization's president, Mrs. Mel-
vyn Drucker, 2070 NE 203rd St.
The PTA officers for 1971-1972
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raising vice president; Mrs. Mur-
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^V^WvW*<^WWS scene around
by Marjo Ne\iiis
Like hundreds of other similar virgin householders my June
newlyweds, Fran and Buddy, are in the process of moving into
th. :r first home and this column is being written as I sit at a
borrowed table and chair in their almost vacant new residence. I
guess you would oall it apartment sitting this job of waiting
for a phone to be installed and some beds to be delivered.
At 8:10 this morning the telephone man arrived, and I op-
timistically thought that at least I'd have the use of a phone
while I sat and waited for the beds. Stupid me! The young Nev-
ins are at this moment the proud possessors of two phone instru-
ments one white and one black but no dial tone and no serv-
ice. The phone man left me at 9 a.m. and said "I'll call you back
>-. an hour." What a brushoff! I guess I wasn't really his type for
I haven't heard from him since and its been four hours.
I really can't complain about this chore I have undertaken
for Fran and Buddy as my job was the only one flexible enough
to perform at any location. Fran's class of youngsters would
have been too difficult to transport from that Pompano school
even if we had cleared the project with the Broward School
Board. Buddy. I hope, is too valuable a part of Harold Gardner's
public relations office to be spared for something as mundane as
waiting for deliveries and installations.
The surroundings here might even lend something different
to this week's paper as they are quite different than those of my
desk at Federation headquarters. At JVVF, I am surrounded by a
Xerox machine, a coffee maker, a refrigerator and a l'righten-
ingly ominous paper cutter. Here, as I look around I see a giant
Bongo drum. 'This makes me especially happy, for its former
home was in my apartment). I hope it pleases the neighbors here
but I must warn them that my son has very little musical talent
though he sure can make noise!
On my right is a giant, old-fashioned wheel chair. It is the
only piece of furniture provided in the living room for sitting
imrposes II attempted to sit in it, only to find out that it has no
brakes to hold it seady and I almost wound up needing it for
real i. It's unusual to say the least Early American Hospital!
In a corner of the room is a (riant wagon wheel. They tell me
it weighs 80 pounds and this seems to me to be its only claim to
fame. I guess it is supposed to be decorative unless they are
planning to buy a wagon and three more wheels to go with it, an
unlikely prospect. A few more pieces like this and they may make
"House and Garden" yet, ao Maddy Kest and all you other dec-
orators take heed this may be the look of tomorrow.
-d -Cr This morning as I left home laden with my typewriter and
other assorted things, I met Al Yorra who was on his way to
work. Ever gallant, Al helped me load my convertible and as I
pushed the button and the top went down making my car into a
nice open vehicle just great for moving purposes, we talked about
the fact that this would probably be the last year I could buy a
convertible as the manufacturers have already announced that
they will succumb to air conditioning and progress and become a
thing of the past. What will Howie Schanzer and Hilda Ginsburg
and Mary Zinn and Bob Gordon and Ross Beckerman and ""sther
Gordon and Joan Rodentoerg and all the other convertible fans
do? .... I guess we'll have to go along and close ourselves in. I
know I won't be happy in a plain ordinary car because what
could possibly take the place of the wind in my face, the sun on
my head and the air conditioning blowing on my feet!!!!
BITS AND PIECES Carole Slaane, Max's young daughter
who has been helping out In the Federation office, is returning to
New York this fall where she will teach at Yeshiva daytimes and
work towards her Masters degree at night. Bobby and Wick
Greene are back in Hollywood after a business trip up through
New York State. Wick says that business has been good al-
though the new men's knits have thrown the men's clothing
business into a tizzy Dining at Holiday Inn one noontime
there were Abbey Klein, Alex Morningstar and Jeff Mann not
together but at the same moment in the same place Abbey is
pleased with the success of the initial event for the Art Museum
and tremendously optimistic about the project's future .
Jeff has just taken on additional space for his photographic busi-
ness Harvey Kaplan of the Broward Jewish singles tells us
that they are going to have a mystery bus ride on Sunday Sept
26 Other officers of the club include Cynthia Pitzele, Beth
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Capp, the cartoonist, was the guest speaker at the kick-off din-
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Friday. Sept. 17, 197?
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By Seymour B. Liebman
AN ENGLISH MINISTER. James Parkes
is a noted author and Middle East au-
thority. His latest book. Whose Land?
(Taplinger Publishing Co., $10.) is an up-
dated and much revised edition of a his-
tory that he wrote in 1949. For all intents,
it may be considered a new book which
every Jew, Christian and Moslem should
read.
Dr. Parkes has employed a novel ap-
proach to the problems of the Middle East
which perturb members of the three faiths.
He calls the area "The Land" instead of
using Palestine or other names. The his-
tory rotates about the association of the
three faiths with The Land. The author,
who writes fluently and with great erudi-
tion, discusses the meaning of The Land
to Judaism, the Christian association with
it as "The Holy Land" and the Islamic
designation of Jerusalem as its third holy
city and the Arab patrimony. "What gives
The Land its unique position is that mem-
bers of the three faiths who do not dwell
in it are yet concerned for its destiny," he
says.
"For Moslems, the issue is not Pales-
tine as a Holy Land, but Jerusalem as a
Holy City." This should explain why two
previous calls to Arab Moslems to rally
to a "iihad." or holy war, were unan-
swered. Palestine was not nor is a holy
land for Islam. For Jerusalem to be con-
sidered holy by Moslems, one must be-
lieve that "it was to and from Jerusalem
that Muhammad was transfered in order
to make his ascent into heaven ." Jeru-
salem ranks after Mecca and Medina in
the order of importance for Moslems.
"The Christian Church has never
sought to make the land the religious cen-
ter of the Christian religion; neither, with
small exceptions, have Christians desired
to live in the country as a religious obliga-
tion. All through history Christian actions
have been directed to securing access to
the country for pilgrims, and control over
the particular Holy Places associated with
the Christian religion For Jews The
Land is a Holy Land in the sense of being
a Promised Land, and the word indicates
an intensity of relationship going beyond
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that of either of the other two religions
. throughout the centuries (it) involved
the idea of settlement and return, and an
all-prevading religious centrality pos-
sessed by no other land," Parkes writes.
Sephardic Jews have always lived
there. After the expulsion of 1492, many
Spanish Jews migrated there. Safed, He-
bron and Jerusalem were the important
Jewish settlements. When the Moslem
Turks ruled the land, Jews were permitted
to come and settle there, but Christians
were allowed only as pilgrim tourists. The
Turks recognized the rights of the Jews as
permanent dwellers.
Parkes shows that the Jewish immigra-
tion which created cities, farms, and indus-
tries produced an Arab Moslem immigra-
tion from surrounding Arab countries. He
exposes some false Arab propaganda and
myths among which is the one that the
Arabs treated the Jews well. Another is
the myth that "the great Arab civilization
existed while Europe was still barbarous."
It was "a great Arab-speaking civilization,
of which the Arabs were the catalysts but
neither the creators nor the communica-
tors." We, as well as Arab Moslems, have
forgotten that "Arab" originally referred
to the bedouins of the Arabian desert.
Later it came to mean those people who
spoke the Arabic of the Koran, but it did
not mean a political entity or even a
faith since there are Christian Arabs and
Jewish Arabs.
Charles deGaulle is mentioned as one
who acerbated the situation. "France had
neither friends nor enemies abroad, but
only her own interests," he stated. One
recalls the scurrilous comparison between
Arabs and women of the streets, "who can
be rented but not bought." It might have
been as appropriate to substitute France
for the Arabs.
Parkes has an interesting solution to
the question of the internationalization of
Jerusalem which he opposes. "Each (faith)
is there but each is not there," he
states," "because Jerusalem is the heart
and nerve center of its world-wide com-
munity. That applies only to Jewry and
Judaism." He proposes "interreligioniza-
tion" with a lay representative of each
faith to form a triumvirate called Regents
(none of whom shall come from The Land)
who shall have jurisdiction over the holy
places.
The author discusses many other prob-
lems of the area including the differences
between Ashkenazim and Sephardim, the
split among the Christian denominations,
and the unfortunate thinking of the East
European Jews who do not understand the
Arabs but who control the political power
of Israel.
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Jewish scholars over the centuries. It will be able to come up in
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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
OUR TOWN
by bobbe schlesinger
LABOR-DALLYING
A few of the many Dolphin football fans mak-
ing tbeir way from Hollywood to root-root their
team were I>r. <,cor(re and Eleanor Miirliolin.
Judge Arthur Franza, and Dr. Bud and Maxinr
Tanis.
"Doing" Kuropc during the holidays are Dr.
Phil and Bohh\ Levin ditto Dr. and Mrs.
Harry Orrinir'-r. Though a bit closer to home Ann
and Al Vorra were Sarasota-bound for the vaca-
tion while Bob and Barb Roberts were weekend
Key Westers. The Sonesta Beach Hotel on Key
Biseayne welcomed Bernie and Audrey SplrtK
and they in turn welcomed their jolly crowd for
an evening of dinner and high spirits. Making
the scene from Hollywood way were Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Saragosey, Don and Joan Rosenberg;.
Mr. and Mrs. Nell Rott, and the Richard Gold-
ins.
The grand prize lor Labor Day vacation-der-
ringdu most definitely goes to Dr. Stain and Mar-
eia Silver who, with 10 other hearty souls, were
Colorado bound to "shoot the rapids'" on a raft.
BREAD-WINNING BABES
That red-headed lemme philatelist on Taylor
St. has managed to parlay her childhood hobby
into a paying mail order business, Helen (Mrs.
Ah ill) Krasiie his joined the ranks ol the scll-
employed and is up to her ears in stamps and
custom rs, A booming beginning.
"Interior Design Tutoring for the Home-
maker," a four month course to be held two
mornings a week starting October 4th has
come to Hollywood Hills. Its headed up by tall,
dark and attractive Ju-nicr (Mrs. Bernard) Sehreft
and her partner Tedrtle (iordon, formerly of Par-
sons in New York and a pro in the interior de-
sign field. Along with the instruction and field-
trips, access to interior design resources will be
available to all those enrolling. No need to sing
thosr "What Color Carpet Goes With Our Pur-
ple Sofa Blues" when those ranks of the informed
and self-assured homemakers are watting to In-
filled.
"It's fun to Swing and Sway with Jaek-
awajr," so says the yellow brochure ballyhooing
an unforgettable evening with Kay and Jack.
These senior citizens, the youngest in these here
parts, have tuned-in and turncd-on the "condo"
crowd with ihcii evening of sing-a-long and dance.
Besides swinging a mean maraca, Kay belts out
quite a tune while accompanied by Jack on ac-
cordion. They've been at it for three years now
and have livened up The Gold Dubloon Lounge at
Harbor One, Point East and the Jade Winds. So.
if your Alley Cat. Hully Gully, or Boogaloo
leaves something to be desired, "shuckle" on over
and join the grooviest grandparents this side of
the Geritol generation.
PEOPLE AND PLACES
In honor of the 16th birthday of their daugh-
ter Andrea. I she ought to be in pictures) and the
75tii birthday of Jay's dad, Mr. Arthur Simons,
fudge -lay I. Simons and spouse, "Nancy, cele-
Iwated at Mamma recently the double natal day
with the entire Simons clan singing out the birth-
day song loud and clear.
At their Fort I.auderdale home recently, Jaek
mil Ctaffcfl Soltek dished up a delicious buffet sup-
per to a grand group of appreciative guests.
Amon;; the many localites were Joe and Ruth
WUkes, Murray and Anita Stein, .lack and Flor-
ence Teller, Dr. Herb and .Shirley Bluestone and
Dr. and Mrs. .foe Bennett.
The Hollywood Junior Woman's Club will be
presenting their eighth annual Red Stockings
Cabaret, "Hollywood Through The Years," Oct.
29 and 30 at the Sheraton Beach Hotel. Judging
their past presentations, we're in for another
hoularious evening. Mrs. Charles Finkel is this
year's chairman.
And, while you're calendar jotting, The south
Broward Bar Association Auxiliary has announc-
ed their five major upcoming events. It's all to
fund i lie scholarship donation to a deserving law-
student attending the University of Miami each
year, October ^0 the brunch honoring past presi-
dents; the scholarship luncheon in January: the
medical-legal wives luncheon in March: the law
day party May 1 and the :n-l.illation of officers
June 7. See you there,
THAT DOGGY IN THE WINDOW
As tat back as memory serves, there was one
unwaiveriig belief held tru-< by this writer: Dogs
i,i every form and shape represent a constant
creator of dirty-house mess; a threat to life and
limb I clearly evidenced by their ferocious bark-
ing i; and, in general, an unnecessary nuisance.
A creature most devoutly to be lived without.
Therefore, all the pleadings of our offspring
to claim one for our very own were at no tirn.
remotely considered. Tropical fish, two small
turtles, one large box turtle and. finally, a beady-
eyed hamster constituted the stream of parental
concessions granted as substitute dog pets. Alas,
the tropical fish devour their young ami the tank
periodically becomes murky; the two small tur-
tles have de\eloi>ed moldy shells; the huge box
turtle continuously escapes his box; and the
hamst.r Ofege is a perpetual affront to the nos-
trils. Thus, my original i>osition was solidified.
Houses were meant to be occupied solely by
human beings,
Our "downfall," however, soon appeared in
the form of a round ball of fluff. The scheming
and conniving pup, with malice aforethought, set
out to capture the hearts of our two young lads
and thereby wheedle his scruffy way into our
humble abode. The creature was ably assisted
in his devious scheme by the pet shop owner, who
had sold the rest of the litter and through lack
of know-how, was unable to "unload" this threat
to our existence. For three long weeks that con-
fined to an undersized -cage in the win-
dow on purpose canine feigned sweetness and
evoked pity from our daily-passing unsusjiecting
s >ns. Their constant tears, refusal of food, listless-
ness and over-all concern for "that poor, lonely
nobody wants-him doggie" awoke in me guilt
feelings without equal. Would two young scarred
psyches be our legacy? A vision too horrid for
any parents to bear. Thus, with the guarantee
that the care and feeding of the animal was en-
tirely the childrens' responsibility, I succumbed to
join the ranks of "dog-owner." His conformation?
Ridiculous! The low slung thing of all-encompass-
ing hair is the silly looking creature we named
Moppet. And, with Mopixd's arrival, my every
fear has been realized: the dubious pleasures of
feeding and walking said animal are mine
(the boys were at campi; our wall to wall car-
peting is stained beyond recognition; and. his
chic and discerning taste for pure silk is evi-
denced by our chewed-up drapes and shredded
bed spreads. Even though the never-ending visits
to the vet's office and the local grooming palace
(a drain on patience and pocketbook) have armed
me with the firmest of ground on which to stand
while shouting those oft bespoken: "I told you
sos," is little solace.
Now, after three months of sharing bed and
board with our lovable four legged friend, I've
suddenly become aware of the foolish behavior
of most non-dog owners: the silly neighbors who
jump back in fear of Moppet's friendly bark; the
unappreciative visitors who disdain his good-
natured attentions (i.e. a harmful leap at their
stockings or a playful rip of their trousers). My
patience grows thin indeed with those misguided
parents who deny to their family the love and
companionship of a playful pup. The value of
household furnishings is mistakenly placed above
those "dogly" virtues of loyalty and devotion.
With the passing of each day, it becomes in-
creasingly more apparent that our imagined
"downfall" of yesterday is, in reality, our precious
tail-wagging delight of today.
Excuse me, I could go on but I must wash the
carpet again. The four-legged phantom struck
again!
Edward J. Bloustein, (left) newly appointed presi-
dent of Rutgers University, Mrs. Max Schenk, na-
tional president of Hadassah, and General Aharon
Yariv, Chief of Intelligence, Israel Defense Forces,
chat at a banquet during Hadassah's recent 57th
annual convention in Cleveland, Ohio. The 2,500
delegates reelected Mrs. Schenk for her fourth
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Let Us Have Faith In God
As We Face The New Year
Page 9-A
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
past president or the
liroward Board of Rubhiit
We shall go up and wp shall
conquer the land."
One of the mast dramatic stories
in the Bihle relates to the explora-
tion of the Promised Land by 12
men sent by Moses, during our
people's 40 years sojourn in the
desert of Sinai. Ten of the spies
In ought back a pessimistic re-
port. The people, said the spies,
were veritable giants, the land was
fortified. Israel, therefore, will not
be able to conquer the land.
Two of the spies, however
Joshua and Caleb were opti-
mists. With the help of God, and
with the people's courage and de-
ti imination. they will overcome
all olislacles, they said.
American Jews today, as we pre-
pare to welcome the year 5732, are
laced with many challenges and re-
s|H)iisibilities. There are great des-
erts, givat "negevs" in American
Jewish life negevs of indifference,
negevs of ignorance, negevs of
alii nation. There are Jews who
are not affiliated with any Jewish
cause; Jews who are educated in
many cultures, but illiterate in
their own; Jews who respect the
expression of the human spirit in
every art and in every literature
but their ow n.
Ybu and I as Jews, are very
mi eh eoncerned about the State of
Israel and the future of Russian
Jews. Only fools will minimize the
problem!, only blind people will
wave away the issues and social
questions with which we are con-
1 rented.
The Jewish way to the future
was manifested by the two spies
Caleb and Joshua, who expressed
m their own report the faith and
the spirit of the Jewish people.
They, too. had seen the land. Tlv-y,
too, knew that the people who
ived in the Promised Land were
.-l i one people, that they had for-
ed cities, that the land would
not be won without a battle.
Sacrifice would have to be
brought to the altar of the Land
of Promise. Nevertheless they said,
"Let us go forward with our faith,
our faith in God, in ourselves. Let
us go forward with determination,
prepared to make whatever exer-
tions the future will demand of
us."
As we face the New Year 5732,
let us have faith in God and in the
heart of our people, let us have
faith in our tradition that can
speak meaningfully and relate to
our problems. Let us approach the
frontiers of the future as Caleb
and Joshua; not overwhelmed by
Tears, but inspired by our faith,
stimulated by our determination
that what has to be ploughed in
the future we shall plough; that
the burdens that have to he borne
we shall bear, that the sacrifices
we will have to make, we shall
make.
If we do that, who knows? Per-
haps beyond the frontiers of the
present there is a future of rich
promise, a future in which all
men will live as brothers, a future
in which the instruments, we now
fear may be employed for destruc-
tion will be instruments for the
enhancement of human life, a fu-
ture in which out of Zion will come
the law of God for all mankind, the
future in which the Jews of Amer-
ica will live here not simply as in-
dividuals, but will collectively con-
tribute to the mainstream of
American culture, and help to
spiritualize and uplift the whole
land.
Let us approach the future like
the Israelites long ago, with faith,
with determination. Let us find
within ourselves the words of
'oshu i and Caleb: "We shall go up
and inherit the land."
And then with the help of God.
the promise will be fulfilled for the
blessedness of America, the Jewish
people throughout the world, and
the glory of God. ____
Question
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Hlf.H HOLY RiY SERVICES
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTE/WBE* 27
Sisterhood Beth Sholom Board Meeting
Sisterhood Temple Sinai Board Meeting 8 p.m. Temple Sinai
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Hollywood Chapter Hadassah Meeting 10 a.m. -
Hollywood Home Federal
Sisterhood Hallandale Jewish Center Dessert Luncheon
12:30 p.m. Jewish Center
ntlDAY, OCTOBER J
Hadassah Beach Group Board Meeting 10:30 a.m.
RY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is th origin of th- tra-
dition which claims that thi-re
are always, in every generation,
36 pinus men who sustained the
world ?
The Bible already mentions the
supposition that righteous men are
the foundation of the world (Prov.
10:25). The Talmud sometimes
mentions that every generation has
thirty men comparable to Abra-
ham, Isaac and Jacob. The Al-
mighty is said to have promised
Abraham that there would al-
ways be such a number of men in
the world.
The first to introduce the num-
ber 3(5 was a 4th century rabbi who
wrote in the Talmud: "The world
is never without 36 men who daily
encounter the Divine Presence."
This rabbi derives this from a
computation of the Hebrew word
"him" which refers to the Al-
mighty in the verse "Happy are
they that hope in him." (Is. 30:18).
The German hassidic mystic
movement of the 13th century gave
rise to the belief that there are
these 36 men whose deeds and
whose identity is obscured so that
the whole concept receives some-
what of an esoteric character.
Generally speaking, the tradi-
tion serves as a matter of encour-
aging the feeling of modesty and
reserve pointing to the fact that,
indeed, the 36 greatest men in the
world are mysteriously hidden and
that their piety is not a matter of
public displav.
Why is it that on the Sabbath
the nviiagogtin service* begin
later than they do during the
week?
The answer is e "cry practical
one from one point of view. The
morning sen ices during the week
must be completed early in the
day so that the people can get to
their work or business on time. On
the Sabbath, when there is no
such compelling factor, the serv-
ices can begin later,
There are authorities who feel
that it is especially required to
begin tin' Sabbath service's later
than the weekday services for re-
ligious reasons. They point to the
fact that, while the Bible speaks ot
offering the weekday sacrifice in
the morning, it speaks of offering
the Sabbath sacrifices on the "day"
of the Sabbath. The reason behind
this is that every attempt was
made to portray the Sabbath as a
day of leisure compared to the
pressing schedule of work on the
weekday. Thus, the services started
later to emphasize the leisurely
and restful nature of the Sabbath.
BPPH
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 12
NE 1tt Ave. 44
(aanrtuary). Tuooday x a.m. (Clm
Theatre ami Sanctuary)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jafte. 48
Friday 8:15 p.m. Special Service "The I
Penitential Mood." ItuSII HA8HA-
NAH: Sunday 8:15 p.m., Topic "Alone
on The Precipice." Monday 10 a m
topic "The Now Morality"
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapi .
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
Friday vi:, pjn. Roan HASHAN4
Sunday 8 p.in Sermon: "How si
_: We .Miii The Challenges ol Todaj
'i Monday 7 a.m. Sermon: "peace and
('nderatandlng Between Parents a1 A
Children.", 8 p.m. Tueeday 7 urn.
Sermon: "The Curse of Self-Hate"
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) Services
every other week, starting Sept. 10,
at Hollywood Hills High School.
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon- -
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton i
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4*
Kriilny 8:lfi p.m. Saturday H a.m. liar I
Mitzvah: Joseph) sou of Mr, and .Mrs.
Simon Falls: Mark, son of Mr. and
.Mrs. Daniel Gordon. UOSH HASH A
NAH: 7:3o p.m. (sanctuary) Monday
I a.m. (Cinema Theatre), 7.:;i> p.m.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
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MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6131
NW 9th St.
Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a nt
HUSH HASHAXAH: Sunday i;:C. pel
Monday : a.m.. IS:4S p.m. Tuesday 1>
a.m., 6:45 p.m.
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Students at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gem, Israel,
recently suffered their most disastrous chess defeat
in history even though they outnumbered their op-
ponent 36-1. The opponent, however was a most for-
midable one Samuel Reshevsky, an international
grandmaster and the current U.S. chess champion.
Reshevsky took on the 36 students simultaneously in
a match that began early in the evening and lasted
late into the night. With his opponents seated at tables
lined up against the walls, the grandmaster moved
around the room from one chess board to the next,
systematically defeating each student.
Rabbi Jaffe On TV
Dr. Samuel Z. Jarfe. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Kl, will ap-
l>ear on Ch. 7, Sunday, at 10 a.m.
on "The Still Small Voice." He
will host and narrate the program
on "The Meaning of Rosh Hasha-
nah for the Modern Jew." Panel-
ists will be Dr. Morton Malavsky.
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood,
and Rahbi Morris Skop, Temple
Sholom. Pompano Beach. ____
This cheese ball is hanily when you arc expecting company.
It can be prepared several days in advance and its taste improves
under refrigeration. The ball is covered with chopped walnuts and
is lovely to look at. You can serve the cheese ball at a cocktail
party, luncheon or at a "coffee and dessert net-together." Ar-
range around the ball a variety of thin crackers and fresh fruit.
The pleasure will be all yours.
CIIKKSK BAM,
8 ozs. cream cheese 1 tsp. salt
K on. very sharp 4 tsp. while pepper
chedder type cheese Dash reel hot pepper
1 small onion (optional)
'_ bell pepper ': I'tip chopi^d walnuts
2 this, brandy
Allow the cream cheese to reach room temperature. Grate
the cheddar chese on a very line grater. Peel the onion and chop
it very finely. Chop the bell pepper into small cubes. Mix the
cheese with the onion ami pepper. Add salt, pepper, brandy and
mix well, ("hill in the refrigerator till it hardens. Form a ball
and roll it in I he chopped walnuts lo cover it completely. Wrap
the ball in a piece of aluminum foil and chill for six hours or
overnight.
fr
Rosh Hashanah is again al our doorstep, The beautiful holi-
day period will bring lots of guests, relative* and friends to our
homes. Preparing favorite dishes lor them is indeed a pleasant
job, and I hope you will enjo) preparing potato knishes for fam-
ily use and entertaining. The recipe Is a basic one. and you may
adapt and change the fillings lo your liking using meat, liver or
kasha. (Be sure that the fillings are fully cooked and seasoned
before you wrap them with the dough). It you want to make
your life a little easier, you may also use Ihe same ingredients,
but instead of preparing Individual knishes, make a long "knish"
that looks like a jelly -roll, and then cut it into serving pieces
POTATO KXISHKS
Dengb!
2tt cups all purpose flour
1 cup margarine
2 ibis, margarine
2 tbls. vinegar
1 Isp. Slit
1 cup water
Filling:
2 cupc mashed potatoes
for instant mashed potatoes i 1 tsp salt
2 tbls dehydrateed onion flakes Dash pepper
Topping:
2 tbls. water 1 egg yolk
2 oz. sesame seed
Prepare the dough one day in advance, because it needs
overnight refrigeration. Bring the water to a boil, add the mag-
garine and stir until it melts. Remove from heat and add the
vinegar and salt. Sift the flour into a bowl and add the water
and margarine. Stir well to blend all ingredients. Stir for two
minutes and cover with wax paper and refrigerate.
Before you start preparing the knishes, beat the oven to
300 degrees F. To prepare the filling, combine the mashed potato
with onion, margarine, salt and pepper; mix well.
Divide the dough into two balls for easier rolling. Sprinkle
with Hour and roll to a thin leaf. Cut into 3-4 inch circles. On
each circle put a heaping toasjxwn of filling. Moisten the edges
with a drop of water, then fold over and seal by pressing the
edges together. For better sealing, pinch the edges. Re[>eat till
all the dough is finished.
Dilute one egg yolk with two tablespoon8 cold water: brush
the tops of the knishes with this mixture. Sprinkle sesame seeds
over the wet surface. Arrange on a baking sheel and bake for
30 minutes until the tops of the knishes are golden brown. Yields
alnnit 30 knishes.



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WILLIAM MARKS
Bar Mitzvah for William Marks,
39, of Hollywood was somewhat
later than for most Jewish men.
but the more than 40 congregants
of Temple Beth Shalom who ac-
companied Dr. Morton Malavsky
to Israel this summer consider it
a highlight of their tour.
Dr. Malavsky conducted the un-
usual Bar Mitzvah service for Mr.
Marks at the Western Wall in
Jerusalem. It was a hastily-ar-
ranged service, for it was not un-
til the rabbi of Beth Shalom con-
ducted services at a Tel Aviv ho-
tel that Mr. Marks disclosed he
had not been Bar Mitzvah in his
youth.
A Kiddush was arranged by Dr
Charles Flaxman, a member of the
tour, and the group of fellow tour-
ists presented Mr. Marks with a
talis to remember his exciting reli-
gious experience.
Dr. Malvasky is planning an 11-
day Chanukah tour to Israel this
year. Details may be secured at
the temple office.
An Oneg Shabbat reception was
tendered by Bernv Lane in honor
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Bar Mitzvah was celebrated by
Donald Avery, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Your Yomtov Gueste
Kveryone, we think, likes UT^j)
: .ivpiin-d, particularly V'hi|jl*,it
course, holidays like Rosh Haan i
nah can mean friends and relatives
"popping in" at unexpected times.
That's why it makes s>ood sens" to
have new Improved Maxim Freezo-
Dried Coffee right at your finger-
lip>.
Of course, spe.-d is one thing
And good cot'fec flavor often some-
thing else. With Maxim, you get
BOTH, because Maxim is now
process-d faster, so it can lock in
more fresh percolated flavor. Im-
proved Maxim is actually to rich
and strong that the people who
mike it suggest you use LESS
ihan a teaspoon in each cup. Bo
sure to add new Improved Freezc-
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day shopping list.
YubanGeneral Foods'
Premium Grade Coffee
Qon't.settle for second best this
ii lidny. That old adage about oof-
fee helping to make a really great
meal is still true. That's why it
m ikes sense to serve vour guest=
Yuban, the PREMIUM coffee of
General Foods.
You'll know you're serving the
best money can buy when you
smell Yuban's deep, rich coffee
aroma. It's the kind that only
cornea from using nremitim Co-
lumbian beans carefully mel-
lowed to perfection. Yuban coffee
is available in regular and instant.
90 top off all your family meals
w i tli Yuban.
The Holiday Toaster
When toasting during the holiday
seison. serve your guests their
favorite, Seagram's V.O., the
smooth Canadian whiskey that is
served in more homes than any
other imported whiskey. Seagram's
V.O, he'jps make you the perfect
hostess all year 'round.
case. And foi those who prefer a
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but with a trace of salt added.
So spread a healthy, happy New
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Throughout the New Year'
A toast to health is always in
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... aud you know General Foods'
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Caffein? Well, since caffein has
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rich, smooth coffee flavor flavor
that Ls never bitter.
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In Hellmann's Mayonnaise
This Rosh H.-shanah you can
lend cream" richness to so many
traditional dishes by using the
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And the eggs do make a difference!
Hellmann's is also kosher and
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JHatter of 'Jaci Lsjt
JOSEPH ALSDP
Continued from Pag* 4
I most openly shown when the
Khartoum coup-laVlers called;
their intended fufnte heads ojE
government, I.t. Sol. Babakr dP
Nour and Maj. Farouk, back
from exile-refuge in London. At
the strong urging of Egypt's
President Anwar Sadat, the
Libyan boss, Muammar Gadaffi.
forced the BOAC plane bearing
these men to land; and he then
took both off the plane by force.
THIS WAS just what was
needed to spark u eountercoup
in Khartoum. The encirclement
of Gen. Numeiri was broken by
Sudanese army tank officers
loyal to the head of state. The
coup leaders were rounded up.
By now most of the Sudanese
Communist bosses have been exe-
cuted to the tune of unprece-
dented roars of rage from the
Kremlin.
It is easy to see why the
Kremlin wanted to nail down
Khartoum with a heavy hammer.
The Soviet-Egyptian treaty can-
not conceal the fact that the
Kremlin has lately lost just
bout all its Important friends
In Cairo. With the Soviet Red
Sea base at Port Sudan at stake,
a heas-y hammer no doubt seem-
ed in order in Khartoum. For-
tunately, the hammer went
wrong.
Nonetheless, all sensible men
ought to sit UD and take notice
and even worry a good deal
when a giant power begins to
show such drastic behavioral
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Mr. Ferguson said that 20 more
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Miami, Florida Friday, September 17, 1971
Section B
A YEA* OF PEACE TO ISRAEL AND THE WORM)
lAnited By GEORGE FRIEDMAN
The U.N. General Assembly
will open its 26th regular ses-
sion Sept. 21. Almost as auto-
matic as its getting under way
the third Tuesday of the ninth
month is the introduction of anti-
Israeli draft resolutions, and this
year Is not likely to be dif-
ferent from any other year. In
fact, reports are rife that Egypt
will attempt to isolate Israel and
the United States in the Assem-
bly, and towaird that end has
been lining up international sup-
port for her position in prepara-
tion for the Great Debate.
' Another significant Assembly
development will be the elec-
tion of a new Secretary General
if U Thant carries out his de-
termination to resign after 10
years in the post. The Arab bloc
ji eking <^Tnto Israels j-uture
wants him to stay, but if he
won't it will try to stifle the
chances of the leading candidate,
Ambassador Max Jakobson of
Finland Dr. Jakobson had a
Jewish father and considers him-
self thoroughly Jewish. Since
announcing shortly after the be-
ginning of the year, he has
scrupulously avoided comment
on substantive issues, including
the Middle East, but he admitted
to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he considered the question
of the emigration of Soviet Jew*
to be an internal Soviet matter.
Item 16 on the Provisional
Agenda concerns the election of
five non-permanent members of
the Council, to serve for two
years beginning Jan. 1, 1972.
Of the outgoing five, three main-
tain diplomatic relations with
Israel Burundi, Nicaragua and
Sierra Leone. The other two are
Poland and Syria. Whoever the
new members may be, none can
toe more hostile to Israel than
Syria, and diplomats sympathetic
to Israel and allergic to head-
aches will be relieved at the
departure from the Council
chamber of His Excellency Dr.
George J. Tomeh, Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotenti-
ary of the Syrian Arab Republic.
Item 22 is again "The Situa-
tion in the Middle East," about
which nothing can be predicted
with any certainty except that
the debate is likely to be stormy
and Israel is likely to be at the
short end of the mike-
Item 41 concerns the activities
and finances of the U.N. Relief
and Works Agency for Palestine
Refugees in the Near East; Item
42 is a report by the Special
Committee on peace-keeping,
billed as a "comprehensive re-
view of the whole question of
peace-keeping operations in all
their aspects."
Israel will be bracing herself
for Item 43, the report of the
Special Committee to Investi-
gate Israeli Practices Affecting
the Human Rights of the Popu-
lation of the Occupied Territor-
ies. This committee asserted a
year ago that Israel was brutaliz-
ing the Palestinians. The Jewish
Telegraphic Agency subsequently
disclosed that phony "evidence"
had been accepted, that there
had been virtually no evidence
taken from persons refuting the
Arab charges, and that the com-
mittee had accepted evidence
known to be hostile to Israel.
Continued On Page 7-B


Page 2
* Mi*lThriliir
Friday. Sept 17, 1971
Our Film Folk
By HERBERT G. LUfT
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
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he after-
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-!om our screen still CAJoga
and points up th-' courage of such t'iL-r.niaker'.
rodoeer Joseph E Levine and direct.*
Ralph Nelson.
In Mat forthcm ~ > Knmm I
CUMnB." higW>
laaia ir1 Mosoov I
ast herd of buft'alos is gunned
iiKhtere : contingent of
.- the b'.ood-soaked
suur- the pasture, we hear
;., -.- -; .- : EMaWVJ ; ray-r TV..:
r"s \cko: ito the visual imagery
of a senseless slaughter as mute prot^.-
ajair- taftaaee by man. The rbbm
solves to the pulpt: o* synae<>gue: it hap-
at Temple Israel of Hollywood.
I M K N "^S-
A- the moment of truth a group of teen-
agwj boys confront the horde of vicious hunt-
ers. The killings now have spread to humans.
I of a boy, v
- lifelessly from the front
?ar. Children of today, the potent
stare J a* the
.vithout a cause whose feel-
and moti.es they cannot comprehend.
The young ones feel betrayed by the grown-up
world and by their ektan who praach IM
mg and practice h
Stanley Kramer believes that "Bliss the
Beasts and Children" is his most important
picture to date. He has always done the un-
expected: his 1 >ru Mill is the message pic-
ture, and has been so for a quarter of a
century. His new epic will be disliked by the
National Rule Asociatton and by every" "pa-
triotic"' American who loves to parade his
,rms and medals, convinced that Law
and Order must be enforced by violence and
the indiscriminate killing of the obstinate. The
hunters of "Bless the Beasts set out after the
who have deprived them of their dubious
pleasure. To Kramer, the shooting of the
youngster reflects the killings at Kent State
year: the chemistry the same.
When Kranur planned Bless the Beasts "
he was warned the theme was "too arrogant"
and not workable on the screen. He discarded
all objections to the fUmintkxi of the best-
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Page 3
Our New Year And Chou En Lai's
By ROBERT E. SKOAL
(A Seven Arta Feature
When the Jews of the world
prepare for the New Year, with
the traditional emphasis on pray-
ers for peace, it might be help-
ful thU tixncjjKOMnd.-.to note that. ir
the Chinese also celebrate "the
New Year on a different dny
from Jan. 1.
The Chinese are referred to
here for several reasons which,
after careful thought, may strike
some readers as worth consider-
ing.
First, the Chinese are much
In the news because of President
Nixon's electrifying announce-
ment that he intends te go to
Peking. Again, with the world
population at approximately 3%
billions and calculated to double
in a generation's time and with
China's population getting on
toward a billion, we should ac-
knowledge that China is certain
to play an increasingly import-
ant role in determining the fate
of all of us in a nuclear age.
Finally, it is natural for one
people who have for thousands
ff years celebated the New Year
on a day different and dear for
them to sense a kinship with
their own first day of the year
and pray at that time for the
blessings of peace and prosperity.
Premier Chou En-lai and his
compatriots will be marking
thgij, .New Year sometime be-
tween Jan. 10 and Feb. 9. (The
Chinese have a Leap Year prob-
lem, precluding the establish-
ment of the same date each year
for their observance). The Chi-
nese New Year is a very happy
day of parades and fireworks.
Relatives, distantly separated,
try their best to get back into
a united family circle to enjoy
special New Year foods and the
luxury of new clothing. Thus It
was in the days of Confucius
and Lao-Tze; and thus it is in
the exciting era of Mao Tse-tung
and Chou En-lai.
By the time the Chinese New
Year arrives. President Nixon
may have completed his visit
with the Chinese leaders. He will
have absorbed at first hand a
great deal about the new China
advances in agricultural pro-
gramming, industrial expansion,
achievement* in art and litera-
ture. But most of all, the Presi-
dent will bo listening to Chou
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the USSR.
Threading those discussions
will be expressions of hostility
and fear. The world has good
reason to hope that out of the
conversations will come new ef-
fort* to secure peace for all man-
kind.
The longing for peace runs
deep in our hearts this year as
we approach Rosh Hashanah.
We who have more than our
share of pogroms and depriva-
tion and the acrid smell of war
shall be praying more fervently
than ever during our most holy
days for the coming of a new
era of peace. Militarism and
Judaism are not compatible. The
absence of war, the sure oppor-
tunity to pursue the joys and
blessings of peace, are clearly
our desiderata.
We want peace not for our-
selves alone but for the people
of all the world. We appeal foi
an end of threats to peace in the
Middle East, for a swift conclu-
sion of the bloody struggle in
Vietnam, for swil't action to halt
suffering in Pakistan, for the
termination of religious hostili-
ties in Ireland.
Rosh Hashanah should this
year more than ever before
prove a rallying time for a de-
termined effort for universal
peace. The idealists among us
join forces with pragmatists in
such endeavor.
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the New Year. We share it with
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Friday. Sept 17,1971
THE OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
First National Bank of Hallandaie
Greet the Jewish Community on the
Occasion of the New Year Holiday
5732 1971-72
1950 E. HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD., HALLANDALE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CLEANING PRESSING LAUNDRY
WYNONA CLEANERS
PHONE: 922-5561
500 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
WE PICK UP AND DELIVER
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JOHNNY'S MESSENGER
MOVING AND STORAGE
No Charge For Our Quality Only For Service Rendered
LOCAL NATIONWIDE STORAGE
Agents For United Van Lines
Local and Long Distance Moving Expert Packing, Crating
Storage Serving Broward County For Years
Agents for A-l Class Moving and Storage
Phone 983-8520 5710 DEWEY STREET
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
M. and M. SHAMROCK SERVICE STATION
7051 TAFT STREET, HOLLYWOOD
Telephone 983-9758
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HILLTOP PAINT and BODY SHOP
3035 S. State Road 7, West Hollywood
20 Years Experience Quality Workmanship
Telephone 983-2644
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HARLEY'S PAINT and BODY SHOP
801 N. Dixie Highway
HALLANDALE
Telephone 922-8400
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HALLANDALE MOVING and STORAGE
205 N.E. 1st Avenue, Hallandaie
ONE PIECE OR A HOUSEFUL
Phone 923-0402
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
GALAHAD HALL SOUTH BEAUTY SALON
3801 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood
Wishes All Our Friends and Customers A Happy Holiday
Open Monday Saturday 9:00 to 4:000 Phone 929-1840
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ,
FASHION GALLERY
6 North Federal Highway, Dania
Telephone 925-0575
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CARVEL ICE CREAM SUPERMARKET
1756 University Drive, Pembroke Pines
Pasadena Plaza Corner of Taft and University Drive
Telephone 987-5495
STEVEN and ROBERTA GOLDBERG
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BREINER BROS. SERVICE STATION
400 NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, HALLANDALE
PHONE 922-2324

The Jewish Year In Holly
Continued From Page 2-B
duty to arouse audiences, even if it means tak-
ing chances.
Labeling himself a "discarded liberal from
the revolution," Kramer shows a social drive-
in all of his films, which are "too exact for
many who lean towards abstraction." He has
covered almost every aspect of the contempor-
ary scene in his memorable films, dealing with
the essence of life.
Starting modestly in the motion picture
industry as a back-lot worker, after serving
in the Signal Corps during World War H,
Kramer burst upon the screen as a producer
with "The Champion" in 1949. To overcome
racial hatred and implant a need for under-
standing, he made "Home of the Brave" and
"The Defiant Ones."
"The Men" (Marlon Brando's very first)
dealt with the waste of human lives in time
of war. With "High Noon" he characterized
civic responsibility of today in terms of an
ordinary western. "Judgment at Nurem-
berg" pointed at the crimes against humanity
committed by the Nazis and sanctioned by
those who stood by in callous indifference.
"On the Beach" forewarned us about "The
Bomb." "Inherit the Wind" debated freedom
of thought. "The Caine Mutiny" probed the
responsibility of command.
"Ship of Fools" dealt with the rise of
Hitlerism, but not very effectively. (Although
well meant, the story mistook hindsight for
wisdom). Youthful rebellion, _ta a good and
onse", was The subjeclof *TBe"WllS Ones,"
which started the motorcycle gang cycle.
"R.P.M.*" (the asterisk is part of the
title) concerned itself with the seething camp-
us scene and the neverending turmoil. 'The
Secret of Santa Victoria" showed the horrors
of war in the disguise of satirical wit. We
were wrong, not seeing the validity in "Guess
Who's Coming to Dinner," because to us the
story dealt with exceptional people in ex-
ceptional surroundings. The film became a
milestone in the breakthrough of social taboos.
The late Spencer Tracy described Kramer
as an individual producer who had the courage
of his convictions at a time when few had
courage and fewer had convictions. Kramer
also shows courage and conviction with "The
Trial of Lt. Calley," his account of the My
Lai massacre, now being prepared for pro-
duction early next year. A direct anti-war
statement, it poses the question why a sub-
ordinate officer, to Kramer a very ordinary
fellow, should go about shooting people. It is
Continued On Page 6-B
A Happy New Year To All
THE CHINA SHOP
1212 S. FEDERAL HWY.
DANIA
AAonogramming Instruction
Containers for flower
arranging
Prints for Decoupage
925-0202
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TRAVEL TIME
"Hallandale's
Travel Headquarters"
All Types of Travel
1640 EAST HALLANDALE
BEACH BLVD.
Phono 927-9229
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from
SALLY'S
ALTERATIONS
ALTERATIONS FOR
MEN and WOMEN
Phone 922-6900
SALLY GREENE, Owner
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CADDY'S ELECTRIC INC.
125 N. Dixie Hwy.
Hallandaie
F. W. Cuddy Coughanour
Owner
Phono 923-3076 _
A Happy New Year To All
THE DIPLOMAT
BEAUTY SALON
3515 South Ocean Drive
Hollywood
In The Diplomat Hotel
Phone & 923-8111
A Happy New Year To All
S & H TV & RADIO
Sales Service Rentals
Dumont Philco Emerson
258 N. Federal Highway
Hallandaie, Florida
Phena 932-2665
Happy New Year
RAND'S
AUTO BODY
Professional In Painting
and Fender Work
35 Years Experience
Phone 929-9109
513 N. Dixie Hwy., Hallandale|
Ronald and Sam Rothband
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PLAZA OPTICAL
SERVICE
Home Federal Building
2100 E. Hallandaie Bch. Blvd.
Hallandaie
Phone 925-1270
* Prescriptions Filled
Lenses Duplicated
Sunglasses
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SAMPLE
ALLEY
Fashions For Femmes
Sportswear and Dresses
124 N.E. 1st Avenue
(in rear)
Phone 920-7888
Hallandaie, Florida
Values Galore!
A Happy New Year To All
MARCELLA'S
FINE ITALIAN RESTAURANT
400 S. State Road 7
HOLLYWOOD
Phone 981-4050
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PHILUPS
FURNiTURE
YOU SHOULD!
The Right Place
With the Right Price
1400 N. Federal Hwy. (U.S. 1
HOLLYWOOO- Corner of
Cleveland St.,
Phone 927-1441
OsMnFri.sVo.Til9
A Happy New Year To All
Call Dick Gompers, Assoc.
EUGENE STARVISH
Realtor
2044 HARRISON STREET
Phone:
920-2531
981-1095
Eves. Sat and Sun.
A Happy New Year To All
FEMININE FASHIONS
by CELESTE
Diplomat Mall
Hallandaie
Phone 925-5051
163rd Street Shopping Center
East Mall opposite Food Fair
A Happy New Year To All
THE KNIT
STUDIO
Custom Dressmaking
and Alteration*
2418 Hollywood Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
Phone 927-3549
A Happy New Year To All
HALLANDALE
TRAVEL
SERVICE
The Diplomat Mall
East Hallandaie Bch. Blvd.
Phone 927-4271
AIRUNBAND
STBAMtHa? TKKETS


Friday. Sept. 17. 1971
vJewisti florid inn
Page S
Chaplain Seymour Moskowitz, a
career chaplain served and sup-
plied by the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy, examines
the Hebrew letter "tet" die
first letter in the word "talUt"
as the cabinet maker puts the
finishing touches on this tallit
rack, which will be used for
prayer shawls in the main chapel
of Fort Sam Houston, Tex., be-
ginning on Rooh Hashanah.
HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO ALL
MY CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
FROM
PAL
JOEY'S
Men's Hair Styling
:: MANICURING ::
1906 Harrison Street
Hollywood
Phone 922-9300
A Happy New Year To All
JIM ROMAN'S
PAINT & BODY SHOP
301 N. DIXIE HWY.
HALLANDALE
923-3669
A Happy New Year To All
"POP'S PIZZA"
4425 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood
Phone 987-2826
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
HEALTHY, and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TIM
BAKER
PHOTOGRAPHY
2020 Tyler Street
HOLLYWOOD
Phone 927-5003
A Happy New Year To All
JULLAR'S BAKERY
& RESTAURANT
1832 N. University Drive
Pasadena Plan
r#nT0fOK# r IflM
m2
A Happy New Year To All
J. W. WIKBERG,
REALTOR
922-1561
1742 S. Young Circle
Eves. Eleanor Dempsey,
Associate 922-6370
A Happy New Year To All
From
ERNIE
SAUER
Dania Paint and Body Shop
121 S. East 1st Avenue
Dania
Phone 920-4495
A Happy New Year To All
JAYE CURSI0,
REALTOR
6321 Mir a mar Parkway
Phone:
961-5171
961-8990
A Happy New Year To All
APR0P0 COIfWES
Styling Coloring Manicure
Body Wave Pedicure Wigs
Facials
DIPLOMAT MALL
1706 E. BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE, FLA. 33009
Phone: 925-3858 or 920-2326
A Happy New Year To All
Dl MAWS
ITALIAN BAKERY
Specializing in
BirthdayWedding Cakes
Crispy Italian Bread
New York Style Italian Ices
201 E. HALLANDALE
BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE
923-0019
A Happy New Year To All
THE WORLD OF CRAFTS
at
CREATIVITY
1801 So. Ocean Drive,
Hallandale
Imperial Towers Bldg
Free Instructions 925-0877
Art Supplies Custom Framing
Needlepoint Yarns
Rughooking
A Happy New Year To AH
CAMERA
WORLD
Diplomat Mall
East Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Sony T.V. and Radios
Cameras Gifts
Hearing Aid Bat. Repairs
Phone 920-9862
A Happy New Year To A1J
BAGEL BIN
MADE FRESH
BAKED ON PREMISES
HOT BAGELS
COFFEE SHOP|
BIALY'S HOT PRETZELS
LOX NOVA
CATERING
Tilt. PHI 7 to 7 Sat. 7 to 9
SUN. 7 to 4
4506 Hollywood Blvd.
911-4389
5732
1971-72
TCUT
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FROM
Southeast Bank of Miramar
and the
Southeast Bank of Hollywood Hills
(Member FDIC)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PETE'S HOTPOINT
2847 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
PHONE: 922-8800 927-9206
"SEE PETE FOR BEST DEAL"
'
FRED DRAKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
777 NORTH STATE ROAD 7
Telephone 584-4020
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PROTANO'S ITALIAN AMERICAN MARKET
FINEST IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FOODSI
1814 Harrison Street, Hollywood
Phone 920-4661
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DON PETERS
DIPLOMAT MALL, HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA 33009
THE ULTIMATE IN MEN'S FASHIONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ONE ELEVEN MIRACLE PAINT & BODY SHOP
Quality Painting and Professional Body Work
129 N.W. 4th Avenue, Dania
Telephone 922-9355
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MICHELLE'S ORIGINALS, SHELLCRAFT
1295 E. Beach Blvd., Hallandale
Unusual Gifts and Boutiques at Reasonable Prices
Telephone 922-2568

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FROM
NUDELMANS THE MAGICIAN
MAGIC PETROLEUMN SERVICE STATION
901 N. Dixie Highway, Hallandale
Phone 927-8222


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Friday, Sept. 17, 1971
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY
NEW YEAR ..

Joe and Ida Baum
GREETINGS fortkNewYear 4
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN .. .
FILL-R-UP Auto Wash
3640 WEST HALLANDALE BEACH BOULEVARD
PEMBROKE PARK
Just West of 1-95
Phone 961-8616
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CARPET CLEANING BY. ..
A & A Rug Cleaners
IN YOUR HOME OR IN OUR PLANT
PHONE: 923-8274 923-7367
CARPET SHOWROOM AND PLANT
2015 JOHNSON STREET (''? Block East of Armory)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
YILLAVECCHIA OPTICIANS
FASHON EYEWEAR FOR THE MOST MODERN
TO THE MOST CONSERVATIVE

LABORATORY ON PREMISES
OUR 18th YEAR OF SERVICE
2632 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. -PHONE. 922-2784
ON CITY HALL CIRCLE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ARGO UNIFORM CO.
1000 South Dixie Highway, Hallandale
Phone 922-6597
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATLAS HANDBAGS, INC.
FACTORY SHOWROOM Open To The Public
2036 LEE ST., HOLLYWOOD 3 Blocks South of Sheridan
9-5 Daily 9-12 Saturday 923-3232
Manufacturers and Importers of Straw Handbags
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FROM
BERNIE CLARK BERNIE'S ARCO
3451 Sheridan, Hollywood
Phone 983-9849
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ANN LEVINE of BOULEVARD FASHIONS
2029 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
Phone 922-5212
The Jewish Year In Hollywood
Continued From P(f 4-B
the very same question raised at the Eich-
mann trial about the extermination of Jews.
Sam Spiegel, ihe Austrian-bom producer,
started his Hollywood career by trying to set
up in 1930 a European version of "All Quiet
on the Western Front," a film he recognized
as a powerful plea for peace. In spite of the
official banning of the picture in Germany, it
was finally shown there in 1932, and he was
able to screen the print for the Disarmament
Conference in Geneva on the eve of Hitler's
rise to power.
Spiegel's production of "The Stranger,"
with Edward G. Robinson as a man tracking
down escaped Nazi leaders and Orson Welles
(who also directed) as the killer hiding in
America, was one of the earliest screen con-
tributions on the subject of bringing war
criminals to justice.
Among Spiegel's subsequent films were
"On the Waterfront," dealing with a social
problem racketeering; "Bridge on the
River Kwai," another vivid anti-war epic,
and "Lawrence of Arabia," a film that un-
wittingly sparked the egos of Arabs through-
out the Near and Middle East.
From the pell of German author Hans
Mellmut Kirst came "The Night of the Gen-
erals," produced by Spiegel and directed by
Anatole Litvak, the saga of Poland under the
heels of the German Wehrmacht. Spiegel now
has completed "Nicholas and Alexandria,"
dealing with the tragedy of the Romarwtts, to
be premiered this fall as a Royal Command
Performance in London.
(Copyright 1971. Jewlxh Telegraphic Agency, Tnc.)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BOB MALONE TIRE CO.
100 N.E. 3rd Street, Hallandale
Quality Tires at Reasonable Prices
Phone 929-8560
Miami 945-3225
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
PALMVIEW REALTY INC.
2310 HOLLYWOOD, BOULEVARD
Dade 949-6748
Realtors 920-1414
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEE ELECTRIC and ACE SUPPLY
1201 North State Road 7, Hollywood
Sprinkler and Fence Supplies Pump and Motor
Phone 981-7424
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE ARTIFICAL FOREST
719 North Dixie Highway, Hallandale
Artificial Trees Flowers Foliages
Telephone 927-0041
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TEMI'S HAIR FASHIONS
714 Atlantic Shores Blvd., Hallandale
Phone 923-6482 and 923-7833
SHALOM from...
BEST WISHES, INC.
4533 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
Telephone 981-7500
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ALEX JEWELERS
PASADENA PLAZA
1728 University Drive, Pembroke Pines
Telephone 983-3111
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FROM JIM WEINBERG
AMERICAN MOTORS SERVICE STATION
3034 Johnson Street, Hollywood
Phone 983-0288
A Happy New Year To All
THE GALLERY
Diplomat Mall
Hallandale Bch. Blvd.,
Hallandale
Hallmark Cards, Gifts and
Decorative Candles
A Large Selection of Jewish
New Years Cards.
Phone 920-8333
A Happy New Year To All
FRAMES &
FRAMES, INC.
1081 N.W. 1st Court
Hallandale
(Just East of 1-95 at
Hallandale Exit- 1 Block N;)
Phone 920-1210
A Happy New Year To All
BECKY FANTAS
BEAUTY SALON
Free Consultation On Color
Permanent Waving or
Problem Hair
COMPLETE WIG SERVICE
Open Tues thru Sat.
Closed Monday
9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
PHONE: 927-5341
422 S.W. 11th St., Hallandale
A Happy New Year To All
CUSTOM MADE DINETTE SETS
by
E. M. R.
501 E. 21st Ave., Hollywood
922-9861
Placemats Mugs Giftware
A Happy New Year To All
PHIL DAVIS
MEN'S SHOP
DIPLOMAT MALL
HALLANDALE
Botany 500-Diplomat Montin
Palm Beach Kuppenheimer
Phone 920-2370
t



Frikry. Sept. 17, 1971
*'Jemsfffcr-kian
Pago 7
UNITED NATION'S GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
'Peking' Into Israel's Future
Continued Front Page 1-B
The committee never went to
Israel, tajdng all its testimony
m Arab and fXiro|x:ah''capitals'."'
i Israel banred it iwoause it refus-
ed lo consider the treatment of
Jews 'ii Aim1) countries).
A few weeks ago Israel re-
newed her protest to Thant over
what Yosef Tekoah, Lsrael's Am-
bassador termed refusal of the
commit tee members Ceylon,
Somalia and Yugoslavia to
have diplomatic relations with
the J> wi.sh slate. Nevertheless,
the trio returned to the Mideast
to take further testimony. (So-
malia, incidentally, will be on
the Security Council through
Doc. 31, 1972 >.
Hem 52 deals with "respect for
human rights in armed conflicts."
which does not now -- but could
later affect the Mideast. In
Item 57, the Assembly will con-
sider the progress, if any, toward
the elimination of racial discrimi-
nation.
After a consideration of the
right to self-determination, the
Assembly will turn to "the ques-
tion of punishment of war crimi-
nate and of persons who have

I
A Happy New Year To All
COMET
PRINTING INC.
525 so. 21st avenue
hollywood, fla. 33020
PHONE 9204288
A Happy New Year To All
REC-O-TIQUE
Diplomat Mall
Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HAUANDALE
Wa Carry Jewish LP's and
A. Track Tape*
Phone 920-2855
A Happy New Year To All
ANTHONY'S
BOOK MART
Hallandale Shopping Center
Next to Eckard's Drug
Unlimited Paper Backs
All Latest Hard Cover Books
DISCOUNTED
Phone 927-6602
A Happy New Year To All
GETTO
UPHOLSTERY
6242 Pembroke Road
Mtramar
Phone 989-8005
A Happy New Year To All
genevieve larsjtd
Fine Gifts For The Epicurean
DIPLOMAT MALL
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
PHONE
920-2288
committed crimes against hu-
manity" and "measures to !
taken against Nazism and other
totalitarian ideologies and prac-
tices Dated on Incitement to'
hatred and racial Intolerance."
Following this comes a report by
the U.N. High Commissioner for
Refugees.
An item that should draw the
attention of those working for
the relief of Soviet Jewry is No.
63. concerning the elimination
of all forms of religious intoler-
ance. Two points will be con-
sidered: a draft declaration and
a draft international convention.
The Assembly will then discuss
a possible new post of U.N, High
Commissioner for Human Rights.
Item 91 is a Thant report on
the work of the Informal Joint
Committee on Host Relations.
The "Jewish angle" here is the
series of complaints by Soviet
and Arab missions to the U.N.
about harassment by some de-
fenders of Soviet Jewry. Those
missions have blamed the VS.
government for the demonstra-
tions, and some have suggested
that the U.N. be moved from
New York because of them.
The Special Committee on the
Quasi ion of Defining Aggression
takes over Item 94, and it is not
ni 101 ope of the last
o.'i the Provisional Agenda
that the Assembly considers
ih. "restoration of the lawful
rights of the People's Republic
of China in the U.N." Among
the 17 sponsors of this item are
Albania, Cuba, Egypt, Iraq, So-
malia; Southern Yemen, the Su-
dan, Syria, Yemen, Yugoslavia
and Zambia.
Israel has recognized the Mao
regime for more than 21 years,
but the feeldng has been far
from mutual, what with Peking's
all-out sup|ort for the Palestin-
ian guernlas. But the U.N.
trend has clearly been toward
seating Red China, with or with-
out retaining Taiwan, and un-
official contacts have been made
by Chinese diplomats and Ma-
pam representative Eli Ben-Gal;
so it would not be surprising to
some to see an Israeli delega-
tion going to Peking in the near
future, if only to play Chinese
checkers.
(C). ti'71 Ji-wixh TilcBniphic Agency
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
"HELLO DELI"
At The New Diplomat Mall, Hallandale Beach, Blvd., Hallandale
For Your Leisurely Dining Out The Meeting Place To Eat
Featuring Quality Cold Cuts (Kosher Style)
SALADS HOT PLATTERS DAIRY DISHES
A Snack or a Maall Let Us Cater Your Parties Meetings
Lox and Bagel Breakfasts No Order Too Small
Open 7 Days Phone 920-3322
Greetings from Sylvia and Betsy
FEATHER and FLOWER CRAFT
827 South 21st Avenue, Hollywood
Corner of Washington St. and 21 st Ave. PHONE 929-2711
Open Mon. Fri. 10 to 4:30 Closed Saturdays During Summer
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIKE MICHAELS TROPIC CRAFT
ALUMINUM FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS, INC.
1055 N.W. 1st Court, Hallandale
Warehouse Shopping Center
Phone 920-0251
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
Phone 929-0065 Incomparable Values
THE FASHION STOCKROOM
SPORTSWEAR DRESSES PANT SUITS
MANUFACTURERS WHOLESALE PRICES
202 N.E. 1st Avenue (Off Hallandale Blvd.)
Hallandale, Florida 33009________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
TED'S CITGO SERVICE STATION
6450 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
PEMBROKE PINES
Telephone 983-0323
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SHARLYNTS CIRCLE DRESS SHOPS
1847 HoHywood Blvd. 1913 A-Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
922-1937-929-3345
MICHAEL HAIMM, Prop.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JOE'S AMERICAN SERVICE STATION
202 North Ocean Drive, Hollywood
Phone 922-3640
AMERICAN OH. MOTOR CARD
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
FEDERAL HWY. PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION
1503 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood
Phone 923-9472
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
"COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER"
Kitchen Cabinets, Countertops, Flooring, Paneling
Acoustical Ceilings, Appjiances, Bathroom Fixtures
GENERAL CONTRACTING
TRISTATE
INDUSTRIES
5140 So. State Road 7 Between Stirling Rd. and Griffin Rd.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
PERRY'S
LADIES WEAR
1918 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
EXTENDS THEIR BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR THE COMING NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
THE GARDEN CENTER WITH THE GROW-HOW
HALLANDALE 6ARDENS
806 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, HALLANDALE
PHONE 923-2070
Open Sundays 9-5 We Deliver
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
AMERICAN BEST CARPET
AND FLOORING CO.
COMPLETE FLOOR COVERING SERVICE
Call 966-2343 Ask For Ervin E. Joynar
Open Mon.-Thurs.-Fri. Til 9:00 P.M. Ample Free Parking
5827 W. Hallandale Beach BOULEVARD
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CAROUSEL-FINE HANDBAGS
DIPLOMAT MALL, E. HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.,
HALLANDALE
Phone 923-4854
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
CHICK'S TIRE SALES, INC.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
1520 S Dixie Highway 1 Block North of Pembroke Road
CHICK and MINNA, and WARREN Phone 929-1153 -1263
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HALLANDALE BEACH CITGO SERVICE
4112 S. Ocean Drive, Hallandale
Phone 922-9663
BOB FOSS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOLLYWOOD PRINT SHOP
117 S. 21st AVENUE, HOLLYWOOD
Telephone 922-1967
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. ALLAN L. DAVIS
OF
HOLLYWOOD HEARING AID SERVICE
2124 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
920-8338 949-8042
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JACK'S FURNITURE STORE
2031 HARRISON STREET, HOLLYWOOD
Phone 923-3528


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Friday, Sopt. 17, 1971
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May the New Ymar be one of Health
and Happiness for You and Yours
A Happy New Year To All
PORTER-BURKE COIFFURES
Owner Glorida Porter
PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY
CONSULTANT
ALL BEAUTY SERVICES
Open at 8:30 A.M.
Closed Wednesdays
Specializing in Wash and
Wear Haircut
"Opp. Food Fair Parking Lot"
2022 Tyler 922-0271
A Happy New Year To All
TEDDY'S
Restaurant-Delicatessen
1700 East Hallandale
Beach Boulevard
Hallandale
Phone fc 27-527
A Happy New Year To All
SH010M COIFFURE
1937 HARRISON ST.
HOLLYWOOD
927-1170
Decorating Doctor
Are you stuck? Do you need advice about making that "nothing"
room come alive? Are you stymied by what colors to use, floor cov-
erings, pictures, wallpaper, plants, etc?
You probably don't want the cost of a decorator and could do the
buying yourself but don't know how and where to start?
I CAN HELP YOU. I'll answer your questions, make suggestions,
provide necessary sketches or swatches or just brainstorm. What I'm
offering is the help of a skilled, professional friend. I will diagnose
your problem and prescribe the remedy.
Don't be afraid to call. One consultation will take care of your
problems and is cheaper than one mistake.
crfafuf -JoLLin
1318 N. Dixie Highway
~| i Hollywood, Fl^i, 38820
Call Anvtimk
922-8206
A Happy New Year To All
YE BISHOPPE'S
FLOWER SHOPPE, INC
NEW DIPLOMAT MALL
Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale
Phone 920-2244
A Happy New Year To All
ATTACHE BEAUTY SALON
CREATIVE HAIR
STYLING & CUTTING
2711 S. Ocean Drive
Hollywood
Phone 922-1416
PHIL STRUM
1900 Harrison Street Strum Building
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
RENTORS & CONDIMINIUM COVERAGES
JEWELRY SENIOR AUTO
REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXAM COURSE CLASSES
CLASSES FRIDAY EVENING 7-10 p.m. ENROLL NOW.
PASS EXAM FIRST TIME
ALL OUR STUDENTS HAVE PASSED
$ YOU SAVE $
$ AMERICAN MOTORS SERVICE mv. mu mil $
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING CHECK.UP
mu mn mu
AUTO ENGINE ANALYSIS Monday Wednesday Friday ASK FOR JIM
Lowest Gas Prices In Town1.
(am Bfe) American Motors Service
3034 JOHNSON ST. Hollywood til i3-02t$
*
GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WtSM
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
*
Riverside
Memorial Chapel
*
4900 GRIFFIN ROAD, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
7emple 3etk t
Oftemotial
Cjazdens
The only all-jew ish cemetery In Broward
County. Peaceful surroundings, beautifully land-
scaped, perpetual care, reasonably priced.
For information call:
923 8255 or write:
TEMPLE BETH EL
1351 S. 14th AVE. HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33020
Please send me literature on the above..
NAME:
WADLINGTON
FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
140 S. DIXIC HMHWAY, HOLLYWOOD
Phone 923-6565
Hollywood's Oldest
"SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY"
"A Service Within The Means Of AW
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