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Friday, September 16,1977
FRED K. SHOCHETFriday, Seplembr U, 1t77
Price 35 Cents
[ew Year Messages Mission Members Promise
Rosh Hashanah Message I Begin More UJA Dollars
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JACOB BRODSKI
From JACOB BRODZKI
President, Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Landerdale
The Rosh Hashanah-Yom Kippur Days are described in
several ways as to what
these sacred days signify and
mean: days of awe, days of
reaffirmation, days of repen-
tance and days of remem-
brance. I incline toward the
last of these descriptions be-
cause I see it as combining
the values of the other three.
IN REMEMBERING
who 1 am, as a son of the
covenant, going back to Ab-
raham. Isaac and Jacob, I
am in awe that the Jewish
people have been preserved
to this day. In remembering
our weaknesses as well as our
strengths, our short-comings
as well as our successes, we
ask to be inscribed and
sealed in ihe Book of Life for
new year.
By tradition, Rosh Hashanah is also the cherished cele-
Continued on Page 14-A
Let Us Emulate
God's Goodness
Irving Geisser
Executive Director
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
l.'shana Tovah. May you and yours be inscribed and
i in the Book of Life for a year of good health,
happiness and personal fulfillment. I offer my own prayer
in these days of hope and the sounding of the great Shofar
of Freedom that each of you will respond quickly and
generously to the need and plight of so many of our fellow
Jews in overseas lands, and that you will do so on the
occasion of our soon-to-be-launched 1978 UJA campaign
in your area or building or condominium complex.
LET US PRAY not only
for ourselves but for all who
depend on us. Let us pray for
Israel and its peace, for our
fellow Jews in the Soviet
Union, for our brothers and
sisters in Arab lands, and for
all of the disabled, dis-
heartened, impoverished and
needy men and women
among us right here in Fort
Lauderdale.
May the Almighty
grant each of us a portion of
his infinite goodness and
may those of us who are able
to do so emulate His good-
ness by making a gift of
goodness to those less fortu-
nate than we are. Happy
New Year.
IRVING GEISSER
Too Soon
By RABBI JOEL S. GOOR
Chairman, the North Broward Board of Rabbis
The High Holidays come too soon this year. For a rabbi
there is hardly time to prepare. Before you know it, summer is
over and they are upon you.
This in itself, is one of the messages that the Yomim
Noraim the Days of Awe try to teach us. Judgment is
always upon us before we are prepared. While we still are aim-
lessly enjoying life, the years creep up on us, and too late do we
realize that we have not been directing ourselves toward
meaningful goals.
If we had to judge ourselves often the harshest judgment
how would we weigh our lives? God says to Adam in the
Continued on Page 14-A
Samuel Goldfarb of Point
of Americas and Irving L.
Geisser, executive director
of the Jewish Federation,
returned here from Jeru-
salem brimming over with
news and excitement as a
result of their participation
in the Prime Minister's
Mission to Israel.
Goldfarb, a leading sup-
porter of the Federation's
annual UJA campaign,
took the occasion of the
final meeting with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
held in the Knesset to
tell him that he would
"increase and exceed" by
many thousands of dollars
the gift he made in 1977.
VIRTUALLY each of the 300
American Jewish community
leaders who took part in that
final meeting made similar an-
nouncements. Geisser, in
reporting the outcome, noted
that members of the Mission
with Begin looking on pledged
a total of $23.2 million in gifts
toward the UJA's 1978 campaign
a 25 percent increase.
"It was," Geisser declared, "an
electric and galvanizing response
to the Prime Minister's heartfelt
call for help in overcoming
Israel's baleful and endemic
social crisis of poverty and poor
housing."
Geisser quoted Begin as
having told the UJA leaders
"How can the Jewish people live
with social injustice? Poverty in
our midst is intolerable at a time
when we must be strong."
THE FEDERATION execu-
tive director reported also that as
a result of Begin's call on
American Jewry to celebrate 30
years of partnership with Israel
by making "special efforts and
taking special steps," UJA
general chairman Leonard R.
Strelitz assured the Prime Minis-
ter that this would be done and
that the national UJA would seek
a total of $700 million in its 1978
campaign.
Continued on Page 5-A
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Begin Warns Arabs
Against War Threats
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
warned Arab leaders not to
threaten Israel with war because
the Jewish State is capable of
defending itself against ag-
gression. "Israel is not interested
in war and will never initiate
one," he told newsmen upon his
warn the Arabs that if they
attack Israel the result might by
"quite different" than what they
might expect, including the loss
of even more territory.
BEGIN'S warning at Ben
Gurion Airport was in response
to questions about a statement
by Syrian President Hafez Assad
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
return from Rumania. "But if
attacked, we shall defend our-
selves and sometimes, as a result
of an attack, there is a necessity
to counterattack. We cannot be
threatened with aggression."
Government sources said this
statement was a clear warning to
the Arab states against the
threats of war that have been
made recently by Arab leaders.
The sources said the Prime
Minister's remarks are meant to
in an interview with the New
York Times, published Monday,
Aug. 29, that he was pessimistic
because he believed the only
alternative to peace was war.
"There's no third choice,''
Assad was quoted as saying.
"It's either peace or war. I don't
mean today or tomorrow. But
eventually Israel will not be able
to continue challenging us."
Continued on Page 2-A
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Fromer New CRC Head
Maurice M. Fromer of Inver-
rary, a longtime leader in Jewish
education and active over many
years in a variety of local,
national and overseas Jewish
causes, has been named by
Jewish Federation president
Jacob Brodzki to be chairman of
LOCOj
the Federation's Community
Relations Committee.
FROMER IS formerly from
Rochester, N.Y., where he
operated a chain of general mer-
chandise stores. He served there
as president of the Jewish Family
Service, president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, a member
of the board of HIAS and was a
MAURICE FROMER
member of Gov. Nelson Rocke-
feller's Commission on the Study
Continued on Page 10-A
A Different View
The '73 Airlift -Who Held it Up?
Note: The United States began an emer-
gency resupply airlift to Israel after the first
week of the 1973 Yom Kippur War. But the
initial delay in getting that airlift off the
ground has been the subject of conflicting
theories. Who held it up Kissinger,
Schlesinger, Nixon? Here is the view of Gen.
George J. Keegan (ret.), the former chief of
U.S. Air Force Intelligence, as related to The
Jerusalem Post:
one man who
is the present
"First and foremost, the
made that airlift possible
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. On the
first day that the '73 war broke out, George
Brown, then the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air
Force, met with his entire staff and his chief
intelligence adviser, who was myself. I said
to him and the staff that day that this is
going to be the most intensive, most violent
Continued on Page 10-A
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. September 16,1977
The Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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In the Jewish month of Tiahri,
poximately 3800 years ago, an
lit took place that had a profound
et on the conscience of humanity.
It established the principle that
i alone is responsible for preserving
|?ift f freedom granted to him by
at the Creation.
The experience of the patriarch
Nnam, the father of the Jewish
'le, launched a new era of human
[eistanding. For Abraham's will-
ness to sacrifice his most cherished
N-sion.his son Isaac, on behalf of
faith and ideals,gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham's
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of what he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
gift not easily acquired, and once
obtained, often requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If humanity is unprepared to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom, it
may ultimately lose it.
Rosh Hashana.the solemn Jewish
New Year, reaffirms the principle
established nearly 4000 years ago, that
Man's destiny to be free lies in his
own hands.
As the Shof ar is sounded on Rosh
Hashana, it summons humanity to
unite in the cause of freedom and jus-
tice. It bids mankind to heed the pleas
of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
and peace for humanity.
It evokes the day in which Man met
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Days of Awe
The High Holy Days inspire us to consider
their significance from a religious point of view
as the Days of Awe. Rosh Hashanah, in par- f
ticular. suggests to us a period of stock-taking
and a time for prayer that all of us may be.
written into the Book of Life for the coming J
t year.
As well, the High Holy Days, signifying as
they do a New Year, also inspire us to reminisce
about the outgoing year. After all. last Rosh
Hashanah we prayed for the traditional things:
peace, health, happiness. Were our prayers
answered?
In particular, the Outgoing Year 5737 was
one of unexpected changes and challenges for
the Jewish people. It was a year in which Israel J
and world Jewry met new developments with
skill, resourcefulness and solidarity.
Surely, one of the big stories was the election I
defeat of the Labor government in Israel after'
an uninterrupted 29-year reign and the victory
of Likud.
The victory meant that the policies of
Menachem Begin would henceforward shape
Israeli foreign affairs. What had been described H
as the inertia of Labor in the matter of
numerous domestic and foreign issues was
finally transcended by the charisma if not quite
the continental charm of Menachem Begin who,
overnight, began to exude a qualitv which no
Laborite could manage for many years: fierce
determination, singlemindedness and pride in
Jewishness and Zionism.
The other side of the Likud victory coin was
the election of President Carter, in many ways
almost a mirror image of Begin, who almost
immediately began creating a number of
problems for Israel in particular and Jews in
general.
If Carter's victory encouraged great ex-
pectations that U.S. Israeli relations would
continue smoothly, his resolve to end the
Middle East conflict at a stiff price to Israel
created consternation and apprehension in
many Jewish quarters.
On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah 5738. we
ask ourselves: How will it all end? The New
Year surely will tell. To our prayers for peace. {
health, happiness, we add one for the safety and
security of Israel and for klal Yisrael.
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Friday, September 16,1977 4 TISHRI 5738
Volume 6 Number 19
Deaths Show Our Ghoulishness
WHEN Elvis Presley died, the
nation went into profound
mourning. Television and the
press documented his life's rise
and faltering over and over again,
and in embarrassing detail at
that.
It was as if a great hero had
passed on, a symbol of artistic
worth and immortal
achievement.
When Groucho Marx died, the
nation barely took notice. With a
perverse sense of obituarial
timing, television and the press
poured on the Presley pitch even
more copiously. Groucho went to
his great reward as a death notice
afterthought
IT WAS as if there were no
national energy to be spared for
this great genius in the form of at
least a respectable attempt at
mourning. So much of it had
already been spent on the Presley
phenomenon.
The reason for this great
disparity in our sense of loss has
nothing to do with the fact that
Elvis Presley was young and
Groucho Marx old and that, as a

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culture noted for its youth
cultism. we therefore spurned the
old.
Groucho transcended this. The
nation's young people knew him
as well as they knew Elvis and.
one would have thought, admired
him at least as much.
CERTAINLY, one would have
thought so if only because they
took such great delight in
imitating Groucho's voice,
Groucho's gait. Groucho's
delivery. Groucho's capacity to
deflate the pompous, even
Groucho's unlikely mustache.
What other performer who was
a contemporary of Groucho,!
could make a similar claim! I
Perhaps W.C. Fields. PerW,
Laurel and Hardy. But thati!
about all, and that they were also
commedians, it does seem to rot
is beside the point. The otheri
fade away into the mists of I
anonymity characteristic
bygone ages.
No, the reason for Elv I
Presley's post-mortem eclipsin,
of Groucho Marx lies elsewhere J
than in his relative youth and
Groucho's age. For once, our
lopsided view of the worth ofl
being young and the horror of |
growing old can not be blamed
WHAT IT aU has to do with u
our national ghoulishness.
So long as Groucho was alive,
so long as the agony of ha |
senility made him in real life u<
vulnerable and as absurd as tot]
characters he once portrayed
the stage, all of us' wert|
fascinated.
In particular, television and!
the press poked their unwelcome
nose into every facet of this I
agony the struggle over hit
fortune, the rise and fall of hit |
Continued on Page 14-A
Celebrate 5738
with a taste of tradition!
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September 16,1977
The Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page5-A
Mission Members Promise Begin More UJA Dollars

Continued from Page l-A
i u the farewell dinner in the
liMMet, Begin called American
ISffthe greatest asset to the
I lole of Israel, Geyser reported.
Irhe Prime Minister stressed the
lid to help solve the severe
I Suing problems affecting
I o00 immigrant families in
I breel.
I "Let's make a common effort
L solve these problems," Begin
I said.
I THE KNESSET dinner con-
Lluded an intensive four-day
lissKm by UJA/Federation
leadership at the mvitation of the
irime Minister.
Earlier in the day, members of
ltl,e Mission witnessed the re-
lopening of Israel's school year.
Throughout Israel, over one
Imillion children went back to
ichools. many of which are
unded by the Jewish Agency.
Begin, in his remarks, had
Luted re-opening of the schools
or a new year also means that
hey must be guarded by parents
tod teachers against terrorist
bt tacks.
ISRAEL," Begin said, "isthe
Lilly country in the world where
ichool children have to be
juarded on a daily basis."
The most moving of all the
sremonies took place days
sarlier at Yad Vashem, the
jnemorial park for Jewish mar-
tyrs of the Holocaust. With 22
narkers set out before them, each
.epresenting one of the Hitler
Jleath camps, selected members
If the Mission placed wreaths on
Itch site an exercise that was
pllowed by this responsive
fading:
YAD VASHEM
RESPONSIVE READING
I UJA Prime Minister's Mission
Reader I:
We are gathered together to
remember the slaughter the
heart could not bear...
Response:
My heart is my witness
I have taken an oath to
remember it all
Header II:
We are gathered together in
the presence of 6 million loved
ones: our fathers, our
nothers. our babies, now
-till...
Response:
> art is my witness
I in an oath to
inherit all
I II:
\ Tears stain our cheeks, our
hearts break with grief, so
little is left a lock of hair, a
shoe, a prayer...
fesponse:
My heart is my witness
I have taken an oath to
remember it all
leader IV:
But we are survivors
We are redeemed
We rend bitterness from our
hearts
We celebrate our deliverance
tesponse:
] My heart is my witness
I have taken an oath to
remember it all
I Sisterhood to Meet
I The Plantation Jewish Congre-
ftion Sisterhood will hold its
ning meeting for the new year
1 Monday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. at
* temple.
I Following the meeting, a
Union show and dessert will be
pld.
[A mah jongg marathon spon-
' by the Sisterhood is now
>ing organized The marathon
fill be held at the temple on the
fcond Wednesday night of each
*>nth beginning Oct. 12 and
pding April 12. For more infl-
ation, contact Phyllis Levine or
onna Schaffer.
Reader V.
More than one enemy has risen
against us
But a power Divine and Al-
mighty sustains us
Response:
Hear, O Israel, for my people I
swear:
To confront evil
To work and pray for peace
To respond to human need
To cherish life
Reader VI:
We are truly blessed
For we are the mighty
The first generation of free men
and women
With the eagles of heaven
We drink from the fountains of
freedom
Response:
In memory of those who per-
ished
In honor of those yet unborn
Whenever liberty or life is
threatened...
Give us the strength to right
the wrong
Forever on our lips shall be the
words:
For Jerusalem's sake I will not
be silent
For Jerusalem's sake I will not
be still

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, September 16, ]
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Rosh Hashanah Messages
FromUJA, JDC andCJF-WF
JCC Program Booklet Now Acaihile
By LEONARD R. STRELITZ
U J A General Chairman
In this season of reckoning, let
us recognize that the security of
Israel is the security of all Israel.
Fo- as a new year begins, let us
remember that wherever we hve,
each Jew is responsible, one to
another. For today, through
community, conscience, tradition
and faith, Judaism has beome an
ode to life.
As we begin our 30th year of
partnership with the people of
Israel, let us recall that a
generation ago, beyond the
darkness was a new dawn. By
sanctifying life, by providing
succor, the Jewish lifeline
worked, vesting life with dignity
and equality.
BUT AS WE prepare to sound
the great Shofar for freedom,
there are still remnants of our
people trapped in the land of our
enemiesin the Soviet Union, in
Syria for whom Jerusalem is
but a distant vision.
So, at this re-affirmation, let us
all revere life. Let us affirm that
we are all givers and takers of
life: that we are Israel's rampart.
And in our partnership, as we
prepare for Campaign '78, let us
have the strength of our con-
victions. .for convictions carry
responsibilities for assuring the
continuity of our Jewish lifeline.
THE YEAR 1978 will be a time
of testing for the Jewish people:
but it will also be a time of
celebration. As it is written: "At
30. one is ready for full strength."
This is our legacy; this is our
Jewish future.
So together, let us help turn
swords into plowshares. And let
us pray for the peace of
Jerusalem.
From JACK D. WEILER
Joint Diatribution Committee
As we welcome the New Year,
5738, our thoughts turn
inevitably to the moat vulnerable
of our brothers, the persecuted,
the uprooted and the despairing,
those for whom the year ahead
holds more peril than promise.
We think of the people of Israel
yearning so desperately for peace
after three decades of war and
uneasy interludes of no warno
peace.
WE THINK of our brothers in
Eastern Europe still struggling
to be free, to rejoin their families
in Israel and in Western coun-
tries and to live as Jews again.
Tens of thousands have made
their way to freedom. Tens of
thousands more are waiting,
despite persecution and
harassment, for their opportunity
to leave.
We think of our brothers in
Arab and Moslem countries,
living in varying degrees of need
and danger. We think of the
elderly and the ailing there and in
Europe who must look to us for
the bare necessities of life. We
think of the thousands of
uprooted still struggling to
rebuild their lives in their new
homelands.
For all of them we pray that
they be inscribed for a good and
rewarding year.
TO THEM and to the Jews of
America. Canada. England and
other countries who continue to
make our work possible through
their support of the United
Jewish Appeal and other cam
paigns. the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee
sends Rosh Hashanah greetings
and best wishes for prosperity,
health and happiness in the year
ahead.
JCC Children's Programs
I AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM
Program will include various activities In which the
children will be divided into interest groups.
Athletics, arts & crafts, dance, karate, gym-
nasticsthese and many other activities will be
available for the children to participate in, depending
on enrollment and desire.
Programs will be held in 3 different locations:
1) Tropical Elementary School in Plantation1500
S.W. 66th Ave., Plantation. Mondays and /.or Thur-
sdays, 35 P.M. $15.00 per semester.
2) Nob Hill Elementary School2100 N.W. 104th
St., Sunrise. Tuesdays 35 P.M. $15.00 per semester.
3)Floranada Elementary School5251 N.E. 14th
Way, Ft. Lauderdale. Wednesdays 35 P.M. $15.00
ff~ first semester.
II CLASSES: HELD AT THE JCC
1) Little "Balabusta's" (for 3rd5th Graders)
An introductory experience in the essentials of
cooking. Learn to make cookies, bagels, jello molds,
deserts, learn correct serving and tabiesetting
techniques. Mondays 3:155 P.M. $15 per semester.
Begins October 10th.
2) Children's Little Theatre Group
Enjoy paper bag dramatics and other mediums of
acting. A fun experience with other children who enjoy
theatre. Some puppetry will be attempted. Boys and
girls, 2nd5th grades. Tuesdays 3:155 P.M. $15 per
semester. Begins October 11th.
3) Arts A Craft-"Mlxed Beg"
This class Is for boys and girts grades 35 interested
in working with their handsMacrame, clay and other
mediums will be explored. Thursday 3:155 P.M. $15
per semester. Begins October 13th.
4) Creative Dance and Movement For Children
This dance exercise workshop Includes dance exercise
for body toning, limbering, Interpretive dance. Children
will also learn modem dance techniques. Boys and
girls, grades 25. Wednesdays 3:155 P.M. $15 per
semester. Begins October 12th.
,
By JEROLD C. HOFFBERGER
President. Council of Jewish
Federations 4 Welfare Funds
By tradition. Rosh Hashanah
is the cherished celebration of life
and hope for all Jews.
No Jew can truly observe Rosh
Hashanah without visualizing
the empty seat at the table and in
the synagoguethat symbolic
space for those who cannot
celebrate themselves, or must do
so in secrecy.
THE YEAR 5738 will be one in
which every Federation in North
America will resolve that the
physical, social and spiritual
welfare of the elderly, the young,
the disabled and the disad-
vantaged at home will be renewed
and revitalized during the New
Year.
We will give thanks also for
Israel's 30th year, praying for her
people and her leadership, for
those who have already come
from many countries to make
homes and build families there
and for those who still must rely
on our support to reach Israel's
shores. We will pray for the
beginning of a just and lasting
peace for Israel that will never
jeopardize her honor or integrity.
When the Shofar sounds the
call for freedom we will
remember, too. the prisoners of
hope our brothers who endure
persecution in the Soviet Union
and Arab lands. We wfll resolve
never to ease our struggle for
their rights, but to match their
immense courage with our
equivalent actions.
The JCC has compiled a
description of its programs in
booklet form which has been
mailed to over 4,000 Jewish
families. To receive a copy, call
the JCC.
The JCC is a Jewish agency
dedicated to fostering Jewish
identity and experience* for the
Jewish community.
It is a Federation agency
serving as a functional arm of the
Jewish community to provide
educational, recreational and
social services to members of the
community.
The Center provides service to
the Jewish community and tot
general community of Gr
Fort Lauderdale. Through
experience of its staff and
commitment of its lay learW.1.' I
the Center seek, ^ enft
traditional Judaism andh,
helping members of the cn^l
munity. ^D"'
JCC is funded by the Je-jj,
Federation of Greater pj
Lauderdale and the United Wi
of B reward County. *
The Center is also affilufc.
with the National Jewish Welfcj,
Board, parent organization oil
Jewish Community Centers.
JCC Committee Members Named
Jacob Brodzki Federation
President has announced the JCC
Committee for the 1977 program
year.
The JCC is governed by a
Committee that plans and
develops programs and activities
to meet the growing needs of the
Greater Fort Lauderdale Jewish
community. The committee
members include Anita Perlman,
chairman; Harvey Kopelowitz,
vice chairman: Shirley Miller,
vice chairman; Jan Atlas, Dr.
Jerome Blafer, Sol Brenner,
David Gross, Evelyn Gross, Hy
Kaplan, Al Lang, Martin Lip-
nack. Suzanne Mellin. Louis
Perlman, David Lee Phillips,
Benjamin Roisman, Ron
Schajrrin. Abe Silverman.
Michael J. Weinberg and Md
Zipris.
For further information JCC activities and program,
contact the staff of the JCC.
JCC staff members are Wilbanl
Goldstein, executive director,!
Sandy Jackowitz, administrative
aide and bookkeeper; Helsjl
Nathan, adult and older adult I
program director; Penny Rubin,!
children's program; In|
Bromberg, tween, teen program; I
John Staley, physical educatiml
program; Ruth Freeman, offal
assistant; and Judy Magill, office |
manager.
All JCC programs are underl
the supervision or consultation of |
professional social workers.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Begin Says Rumania Trip Was 'Exciting'
JERUSALEM-IJTA
-Prime Minister Begin
returned Aug. 30 from his
five-day official visit to
Rumania which he called
"important, interesting and
exciting." He said that
Rumanian Premier Manea
Manescu has accepted an
invitation to visit Israel, the
first by a Rumania Premier.
"Without even trying to
play down our differences over
the question of a Middle East
peace, we agreed that they
must not affect our very close
relations and friendship,"
Begin said. He said he tried to
convince the Rumanian
leaders that the Likud
government wanted peace as
much as the previous Labor
governments.
BEGIN SAID the joint
Fall BaU to Benefit Hebrew Day School
The Hebrew Day School will
jjold its third annual Autumn
gall on Saturday evening, Oct.
15, 1977. The dinner-dance will
benefit the scholarship fund,
which assists various children
enrolled in the kindergarten
through sixth grade program.
THIS WILL be a gala
event," according to cochair-
pereona Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Feldman and Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Reinatein. The cocktail hour will
begin at 8 p.m. with dancing to
the music of George Greene's
band, followed by dinner and the
15 Executives on Loan
To Broward United Way
Fifteen loaned executives
joined the United Way campaign
department last week.
The following is a list of the
1977-78 Loaned Executives:
Judith M. Beckman, employee
representative, Southern Bell;
Wally Burnette, new products
manager, Motorola, Inc.; James
W. Dealing, vice president
mortgage loan division, First
Federal of Broward; Brian E.
Ingalls, vice president and
counsel to the president, First
Federal of Broward; Roberto P.
Lens, customer service manager,
Sears, Roebuck & Co., Pompano;
Jeanne M. Miketich, classified
details supervisor, Gore
Newspapers Company; Edward
M. Null, personal banking officer,
Southeast Bank of Hollywood
Hills; Herman E. Sontag,
Sunday manager, Burdines,
Hollywood Fashion Center; G.
Richard Stabler, power services
representative, Florida Power
and Light; Thelma Zellner,
corporate secretary, Landmark
Banking Corporation; Rosemary
Anderson, customer service
representative, Century National
Bank of Broward; Fred D.
Houston, planning supervisor,
Broward Manpower Council;
Connie Flecker, training
supervisor, Jordan Marsh,
Sunrise Shopping Center; John
Lavault, outreach social worker,
American National Red Cross
and Alan F. Tomanek, customer
service representative, Century
Bank of Coral Ridge.
According to Robert Lochrie,
vice chairman of Loaned
Executives, "Lending an
executive for a nine-week period
is a real sacrifice."
"There are benefits to be
gained by everyone," Lochrie
noted. "For the United Way, the
Loaned Executive Program helps
to increase the number of con-
tributions. It provides a source of
future leaders for the United Way
and the community.
"The Loaned Executive
acquires leadership,
organizational and planning
skills while gaining community
exposure.
"Finally, for the company, the
program provides a challenging
area to test personnel and
develop potential for
salesmanship."
Edee Greene, president of the
United Way Board of Directors
and Philip N. Cheaney, general
campaign chairman, were among

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Sponsors of the three-day
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Atlantic Federal Savings & Loan
Association, Southern D-M-E
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program.
Members of the Jewish
community are invited to attend
and support the school's effort at
providing an improved learning
environment for the current
student body of 75.
The ball will be held at Temple
Beth Israel. Members of the
planning committee include Mrs.
Kenneth Osborn, Mrs. Jack
Folk, Mrs. Gadi Gichon, and
Mrs. Kenneth Mintz. For ad-
ditional information, contact
Marsha Feldman.
THE HEBREW Day School
offers curriculum of Judaic
studies. Included are Hebrew
language and general studies.
The Day School welcomes all
children in the Jewish com-
munity and is the recipient of
funds from the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
communique signed by the two
countries at the end of the visit
stressed that Israel and Rumania
will continue their close
relationship despite their dif-
ferences on the Middle East and
will encourage all efforts to
achieve an end to the Mideast
conflict.
The communique which
recognized the differences bet-
ween the two countries added:
"The differences of opinion in
this respect must not bear on the
friendly relations between the
two peoples."
The question of whether to use
the term "friendly relations" or
"standing relations" involved
some arguing between the two
countries, according to Israeli
reports from Rumania. When
Prime Minister Golda Meir
visited Rumania in 1972 relations
were described only as "normal."
THE RUMANIANS at first
wanted to use the term "existing
relations." But when Begin and
President Nicolae Ceauaescu
went for a cruise on Lake Snagov
they agreed on "friendly
relations." However, when the
communique was being worked
out, the Rumanians again wanted
to use "normal relations."
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdal*
Friday, September 16,1977
\
A Quiet Revolution
By Joeeph Harmats, Director
OUT Israel
NOTE: The following is from
his report to the recent American
ORT Federation National
Conference.
I would like to give you some
ba:: information about what has
happened in the last 29 years
since the State of Israel was
established.
We were 600,000 or 650,000
Jews in 1948. The population in
Israel has grown a little more
than four times since.
JUST THINK for a moment.
What if you in the United States
would have had to add 460
million people in 29 years to the
150 million you had in 1948, with
most of them coming from Puerto
Rico? You would have had some
problems in addition to defense
budgets and things like that
CHANNELING YOUTH
Our organisation initiated
|New8 from WECARE|
On Sunday, Sept. 13, WAXY
Radio devoted a program to the
WECARE participation in the
Center for the Blind. Rovi Faber.
WECARE general chairman, Dr.
Bruce Quint, executive director
of the Center for the Blind, and
Dr. Benjamin J. Forman, volun-
teer chairman and counselor,
spoke about the facilities of the
institute and the need for volun-
teers to serve in many capacities
at the Center. Miriam Archer was
the moderator.
Persons 18 years of age and
older who are legally blind in-
terested in this type of facility
can call Dr. Forman. Persons
wishing to volunteer through
WECARE on Tuesday, Wednes-
day, or Thursday can contact the
Jewish Federation office.
ALONG WITH the many or-
ganizations who helped in the
recent WECARE Federation
Day at Richards Department
Store were the men of Lauderdale
Lakes B'nai B'rith. They were or-
ganized by Samuel Reitberg.
chairman of that lodge's Com-
munity Services Committee. Also
on hand that day were members
of JWV Port 196. who helped
make it a banner day.
WECARE is now in the pro-
cess of organizing its activities
and committees for the coming
year. Volunteers can contact the
Federation office
Trie first blood bank of the new
year wul take place on Thursday,
Oct. 6, at Temple Emanu-El from
1 to 7 p.m. Donors can contact
the Federation or be present on
Oct. 6.
WOMEN living alone, who
have reached their 50th birthday,
may wish to join a newly formed
Discussion Dialogue group
which will be masting every
Monday between 7 and 9 p.m.
starting Sept. 19. The group will
meet at the Nova-Davie Com-
munity School. Davis. Mildred
Gerstein. course facilitator, is a
member of the Direct Service
Task Force of the Broward
County Commission on the
Status of Woman. For farther
information, contact the Com-
mission on the Status of Women
WECARE Rovi Faber also
announced that the volunteer
program recently received a
grant from the Broward Man-
power Council. The grant will be
used primarily for a full-time
WECARE recruitment, infor-
1 and referral officer
Mrs. Faber ssid that 'the
Manpower Council was im-
pressed with oar net wot k of
volunteers, all of whom give their
services to meeting needs in our
community, such as hospital and
nursing home visitations,
visiting and calling on shut-ins,
visits to the bond, mobilizing
volunteers to give blood to blood
banks, and much more."
these tremendous changes by
channeling young pupils to
vocational schools instead of
academic high schools. This is
what we have done since ORT's
existence in Israel. We did it by
building good schools some-
times very good schools by
equipping these schools with
very good equipment, and by
bringing into our schools good
staff, good teachers, good per-
sonnel, dedicated people who
have made these schools what
they are today.
WE WERE ABLE to make
Jewish parents, Jewish fathers
and Jewish mothers, believe that
they should send their children to
vocational schools instead of
academic high schools. It was not
easy. It was very difficult to
convince a Jewish mother to
bring her child into such a school.
It was not enough to convince the
children. A fourteen-year-old
child does not come to the school
by himself. He is brought to
school.
I believe a truly basicmaybe
historicachievement was made
by ORT in changing the
proportions in the educational
system of Israel.
Todsy, fifty percent of Israeli
youth go to vocational schools.
OPEN-ENDED
WE HAVE reached
agreements with the Israel
government that students in
many of our schools may earn
technical matriculation cer-
tificates which will entitle them
to continue their education in any
academic institution; in any
university. We may have
graduates with technical
matriculation certificates not
too many, but some who
would go on to become lawyers
and doctors. They are being
accepted in the universities with
the same rights as any student
who graduates from an academic
high school.
Of course, there are not tot
many, because most of them go
to technical institutes, which is
the normal way. But they have
the same rights as anyone else.
WE BELIEVE that this, too,
is an achievement, because it has
given our schools and our
students a status which I would
say you cannot find either in
America or in any European
country.
GOALS AHEAD
If I were to stress the targets
we will have to fulfill for the next
few years, I would say that the
first is to try, as fast as possible,
to close the social and
educational gap between those
who are able and those who are
not able; between those who are
given all the possibilities and
opportunities and those who are
behind; between those who came
from the Eastern countries and
those who came from the West.
The second target will be to try
to build an educational system
which would enable us to keep up
with the pace of the huge and
complex technological
development which is taking
place all over the world. We know
the changes are very fast. We
know that every six or seven
years everything has to be
changed It is a tremendous
effort.
A NEW HISTORY
THE THIRD task in our
educational system will be to
educate a new youth generation.
the youngsters who were bom in
Israel, and who do not know that
it was not so easy to create and
construct a new nation. Most of
our children take the State for
granted. They don't know that it
did not exist at one time. They
don't even believe it once did not
exist. I remember my little son
once being present when we
discussed the Holocaust. He was
seven or eight. He stood up and
asked, "I don't understand you
people. Where was our Army?"
There is a generation which
does not understand, does not
know, and is not being taught
enough about what has happened
during the Holocaust and what
has happened since the establish-
ment of the State of Israel.
I think we should, as an
educational system, focus on this
problem.
RELIGIOUS ROOTS
OUR FOURTH task is to
implant in our youth an identity
which would not only be Israeli,
but also Jewish. We sometimes
feel that our children are too
much Israelis and too little
Jewish. And we are afraid that if
we fail in instilling all these
values, all these traditions, which
we brought with us, there may be
a cutoff between our children and
your children. It is an educational
task. I think it is one of the most
important targets we face in our
educational system, and we are
going to do our best to reach it.
Our
Warmest Wish
for a
Healthy and Happy
NEW YEAR
To All Our
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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SuccessSfSi
from Soviet Reffumik to Israeli
VOTE' It ften happens that the story of a single person is
enlightening than the most profound study. Such is the
7with Bela Koganjust a few years ago struggling to leave
Soviet Union and now a teacher at the ORT school in Kfar
',Vfhe following is her story as she told it to the recent
EaaJ Conference of the American ORT Federation.
AFTER HIS release from the
camp, he and his family were
restricted to a particular place in
Siberia for 15 years. I was only a
little girl when I heard, at home,
that my parents couldn't move to
another place, they had no right;
and I did not understand.
I heard another thing: that
they longed to go to Israel. I
know that they tried to get an
exit permit in 1946, when I was
only one year old, and later on,
many times. But in vain.
During my studies at the
university in Lithuania, where we
were finally allowed to return,
they took a heavy risk even to
ask for the exit permit. But they
j know that you have heard a
[if tales about the Soviet Jews.
"f cwtainly all of them are
Still, every Jew has his own
' h own way to Israel.
iv bther was an active
nber of the Zionist
inization in Lithuania before
! acond World War. In 1941.
i the Soviet invasion, he was
on charges of Zionist
v and sentenced to fan-
onment in the corrective
rcamp of Trikregeim, located
northern part of Siberia. I
*mber my father's stories
Jut the conditions in the camp.
Ly were harsh, almost beyond
ation. Gulag is true.
persisted.
AT LAST, in 1971, after all the
negative replies, we received a
positive answer. We reached our
goal at last.
As with many other Soviet
Jews, when we arrived in Israel
we were sent to the Ulpan to
study Hebrew. I did not know
even how to write the Aleph Beth
in Hebrew. But soon after that I
was sent to Jerusalem to attend a
special course for new immigrant
teachers, organized by ORT. This
course provided me with the
necessary qualifications to teach
in an Israeli school. Then I knew
I had arrived.
After finishing the course in
Jerusalem I was accepted at the
ORT vocational school in Kfar
Saba, where I am teaching at
present.
THE MAJORITY of our
children are from parents who
Teacher
came from North Africa and
Middle Eastern countries. They
cannot always stick to their
studies. As a result, they
sometimes fail. But failure also
has its positive side, stimulating
the parents to get behind then-
child's education, which is a
positive and useful rein-
forcement.
We try to develop the intellect
of the child, to help him find his
way in class. And sometimes we
succeed. Maybe not completely.
But we feel that we do in some of
the cases, when we see that
yesterday's failure begins to walk
and talk better and to do as well
as others.
Despite the difficulties im-
migrants face, and despite some
inevitable failures, the process of
absorption of the new im-
migrants of Israel is a success
story.
Sunrise BB to Meet
The next membership meeting
of the Sunrise Lodge of B'nai
B'rith 2963 will be held on Mon-
day, Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the
Gold Key Auditorium, Sunrise.
The evening's program will be
a talk by Tom Cohen on the
"World of Sholom Aleichem."
A collation wOl follow the
meeting.
BBW1482 to Meet
Lauderhill B'nai B'rith
Women, Chapter 1483, will hold
its first meeting of the Fall
season on Friday, Sept 16, at
noon in the arts and crafts room
of the Castle Recreation Hall.
The program will be a panel dis-
cussion on "What is a Jew?"
Jack Salz, president of Castle
Gardens Men's Club, will be
mediator.
In the year
5738
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, Septambw 16,19
'I
[ The Death of a Titan
JACOB ARVEY was a mite of
a man, but a mighty man withal.
His death brings back many
memories when I was still young
and he still a political potentate.
It was difficult, in relaxed
conversation, not to think of the
Colonel as a name-dropper. I, at
least, had to keep bearing in my
inexperienced mind that the high
and the mighty were his in-
timates, and that when we talked
of political matters, he was not
just reminiscing in an
unauthorized way about powerful
figures and their works, but
about friends or. just as often,
TO MY youthful imagination,
Col. Arvey symbolized the back
rooms of events where men made
what would someday be history,
and he was generous in his
opening of some of these back
rooms to me.
I suppose this is the
touchstone of a leader in free
societythat power practiced
does not preclude delight in
hobnobbing with the lowry.
It is only oppressors or else
poseurs who stand at a distance
from the lowly as the object of
their power, not the source of k.
Truly great men have the sound
about them of a Robert Frost
scraping through the woods to
discover the allegory of man's
meaning in a butterfly. They
have the look of a weary but
wearing Wyeth New Englander.
THIS WAS true of the
Colonel. There were no sirs about
him
"Let me introduce you to
Harry Truman." he said to me
one day You'll like him." He
offered me this assurance as if
there were some absurd danger
that I might refuse the in-
vitation.
And so it was.
"Let me introduce you to Adlai
Stevenson." he said to me on
another occasion. "He's just your
type"a variation on his erst-
while "you'll like him." another
assurance that I should not be so
foolish as to refuse.
And so it was.
AND THERE were others,
many others Hubert Hum-
phrey. Herbert H I^jmfn
Eleanor Roosevelt. Eugene
McCarthy. Mr. Justice Douglas
Even when be grew older, and
his great heart tired, it was Col.
Arvey who greased the ways for
me to spend a day with Robert
Kennedy though be was frankly
and openly no great lover of the
Kennedy dan.
Cook County did not. and still
does not. take lightly to
politicians from uppity
Massachusetts. I once asked
John Kennedy about this,
together with the tale that it was
Arvey's Cook County vote-
finagnng that won him the
residency Did uppity
laachunui politicians treat
Cook County politicians in
disrespectful kind?
That old JFK toothy grin was
too inscrutable to read.
"YOl MUST meet Ike
Eisenhower." .Arvey said to me
one day Eisenhower was an
Arvey ohseeaion. A president-
maker from way back, he had
wanted Eisenhower to run as a
Democrat in 1962. when everyone
seemed afraid that it would be a
Taft year
But Eisenhower took his
staunch stand in the Republican
camp, and so k was not to be
Still. Arvey's power didn't wane,
the Balden Stratford in
where he lived, came
; numbers of phone calls
about this man named
Who? I asked ignomntly
"Yon know, for Heaven's sake.
the Governor of Illinois I keep
you he's your typehe
poetry. Who needs Ik*1
ear/way?" keaeeed adopting the
tone ota football i
Mindlin
his team with words of victory as
the promise of defeat looms
greatly and ineluctably in their
SOMETIMES. I reckon it was
this Stevenson mania of his that
first weakened Arvey's political
position, what with hlS managing
to cram Stevenson down the
party's throat yet a second time
in 1966. From then on. it seems.
he wasn't much of a president-
maker anymore, or much of any
other kind of a maker for that
matter anymore either.
Sometimes. I reckon, maybe
Arvey liked poetry, too.
Or if this is not altogether true,
being more speculation than fact,
then the scandal surrounding the
life and times of another of his
friends. Otto Kerner. surely put
the final lid on the man from
Cook County and his role in the
Cook County machine at the top
of the La Salle St. office building
where Arvey. Hodes and
Mantynbend was quartered just
opposite the corridor from Mayor
Daly's spread
TO THESE events, to these
people, to these times 1 was privy
courtesy of the Colonel, and he
made it all so alive for me that on
rare occasion I could fool myself
into thinking I was in on it all
entirely on my own.
I watched a depressed
Stevenson staring at his un-
touched scrambled eggs as they
congealed in a rising 6 a.m. sun.
I listened to Eleanor Roosevelt
preach at me for hours on end in
that gimlet voice of hers about
Africa long before the nauseous
compulsives of equal ac-
cess/equal opportunity ever
became a sociological, let alone a
polkical, phenomenon.
I WAS swept up in the en-
thusiasms of Mr. Justice
Douglas' love for the Yakima
Valley, which he interspersed
with references to the Talmud
and Camus as they bore on
Miranda.
I swilled scotch with Harry
Trumanhe, of course, guzzling
his favorite bourbon all the while.
And more, so much more...
Now the Colonel's gone, and it
does seem that so much of his
world is gone, too, the world he
gave me a sliver of, and with it
all, my own youth.
IN HIS waning days in the
early 1970s, when Arvey was
chairman of the National
Executive Committee of the
Democratic Party, on com-
mission for a popular newspaper-
magazine I wrote an extended
illustrated essay on his con-
tributions to the 20th century
American political experience.
At the last minute, the
magazine backed down, paid me
a cut-out fee and struck it from
publication. The reasons why
were very clear indeed, and with
the profoundest embarrassment
that I had wasted so much of this
important man's valuable time, I
phoned the Belden Stratford to
tell him the whole story.
"I have failed you," I said,
feeling the pain of not being able
to acknowledge in some miniscule
way all of the marvelous things
he had done for me.
"HELL. SON." he said,
refusing to discuss the
machinations that caused the
magazine to change its mind, or
his own disappointment that the
rejection reflected on him.
"Theyrt the losers. After all,
you're a fine writer.'
That was our last conversation
from the Belden Stratford and
my last lesson in politics Jacob
Arvey style.
Photo portrait of the late Col. Jacob M. Arvey by LeoMindh
Fromet Named CRC Head
Continued from Page 1-A
of Child Welfare.
Fromer and his wife Lillian
have been living in Inverrary
since May. 1974. He is a member
of the board and executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Family Ser-
vice of Broward County, which is
funded by both the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale and the South
Broward Jewish Federation. He
is also a member of the Federa-
tion's Jewish Education Com-
mittee, a board member of the
Hebrew Day School and a board
member of the Inverrary Lodge
of B'naiB rith.
Raised and educated in the
public schools of Springfield,
Mass.. Fromer graduated
Amherst College and went on I
graduate work at Columbia1
University and the Jewish
stitute of Religion, both in Na
York City.
THE COMMUNITY Relati
Committee is a planning,
dinating and liaison body wh
main concerns are the
semination of materials, a
munal and public educatio
effort and the mobilization oft
Jewish community and
friends on issues affecting the is|
tegrity and security of all Jewai
home and abroad, Israel
peciaDy, with emphasis on
suring the welfare and defense o
the Jewish community of Gretu
Fort Lauderdale.
Behind Those Jewish Initials And Abbreviations: A Guide
UJA
The United Jewish Appeal
Il"JAi was created in 1938 as an
amalgam of the American Joint
Distribution Committee tJDC).
the United Palestine Appeal
(UPA) and the National Coor-
dinating Committee for Aid to
Refugees. It was. and is. a con-
solidated effort on behalf of
Israel Jews in other foreign
countries, and refugee aid in the
United States. The Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale allocates some 70
percent of the funds it raises
through its local UJA campaign
to the National UJA.
JDC
The American Joint Distri-
bution Committee was founded in
1914 as American Jewry's res-
ponse to the urgent needs of East
European Jews caught up in the
chaos of World War I. It was also
involved with the fledgling
Jewish community in Palestine
It is one of the two corporate
members of the UJA. from which
it receives its funding, and it
provides annual subventions to
ORT the Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training,
which sponsors vocational
training facilities world-wide.
UIA
The United Israel Appeal
(founded in 1925 as the United
Palestine Appeal) is the primarv
beneficiary of the UJA. and one
of its two corporate members.
The UIA allocates its funds to
Israel, where they are adminis-
Who Held Up Airlift?
Continued from Page 1-A
war in Middle Eastern history. That's what I
said.
"THE UNITED States, which is com-
mitted to the survival of Israel there's no
compromise on that, it is committed is
going to be faced with a crisis of unprece-
dented magnitude because at some point in
that war when Israel runs out of butter
ammunition, guns, tanks the whole world
is going to look to the United States to pull a
miracle out of the fire. And that is going to
mean a gigantic airlift If we are not
prepared, which we will not be if we leave it
up to our political leaders there is no way
that if we wait for the decision to be made by
political leaders to rescue Israel with a giant
airlift there is no way that the Air Force is
going to be able to comply.
"And it was Gen. Brown, on his own
recognisance at that point, who directed his
air staff and his air commanders to start
moving ammunition, arms, and supplies, and
to predeaignate F-4 squadrons of aircraft
which would be turned over in toto to the Is-
raelis. And if George Brown had not taken
that responsibility upon himself, knowing
that the politicians would not make a
decision until it was too late, the United
States could not have delivered the airlift.
"The second point is that it was the Sec-
retary of State (Henry Kissinger) who stood
in the way of preparing that airlift. U was
the Secretary of State who opposed any
preparations to implement that airlift, while
some in the State Department, through their
press releases, deliberately planted the sug-
gestion that it was the Secretary of Defense
(James Schlesinger) who was opposed to the
mobilization of an airlift. The facts are just
the reverse. It was Dr. Schlesinger who, from
tie very beginmng. appreciated what was
hkely to happen and pressed repeatedly in
the inner council of government for the
moving of that airlift decision.
"SO I THINK that a lot of the popular
accounts are unfair to the actuality We were
wtonat* mdeed. that the airlift moved
when it did. Israel can never again afford to
be placed in that poaition. And I hope that
she is not. i-*
tered by the Jewish Agency I
Israel, which also receives
from Keren Hayesod (UJA'J
counterpart in 69 foreif
countries.)
THE JEWISH AGENCY
This is the biggie. A full
planation of the structure
polkics of the Jewish
would require many pages,
important point is that
Agency is the channel for UJA
allocations to Israel. It receivw]
additional funds from Kem|
Hayesod (UJA s equivalent al
other countries), and expends. l
the areas of immigrant abson>|
tion. settlement. highsrl
education, youth care, and othal
social welfare services, a sual
that totaled over $500 million al
1976-77. and because oil
declining revenue is projects I
at $457 million in 1977-78.
NY ANA
The New York Association at
New Americans (formed in
as the National Coordinate I
Committee for Aid to Refupejl
serves nearly half of all Jwi"|
immigrant mming tn the Una*I
States. It is a beneficiary ag**J|
of the UJA.
HIAS
The Hebrew Immigrant Anil
Society aids Jewish immigrsaOj
m all countries outside Israel- ul
is a beneficiary of the UJA.
UJA STRUCTURE
The UJA is lad by a
chairman and 17 aatasaa
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If^v.Septgnbor16'1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pagell-A
Behind Those Jewish Initials: A Guide
iStther and Aleck Siegel stand beside the wood ark they built
I for Temple Beth Israel The ark wiU be used at the Sunrise
Musical Theater during the High Holiday Services the Temple
\iisponsoring there.
'Mr. Fixit' Builds Torah Arks
For Temple Beth Israel Services
There's a man at Temple Beth
Israel who is both a member of
| the congregation, a jack-of-sll-
jtrades and a talented craftsman.
Fondly called "Mr. Fixit" by
I the Temple's nursery school
children, Aleck Siegel can be seen
puttering around the Temple,
doing the tasks that allow others
(to enjoy the spiritual en-
vironment of this religious in-
| stitution.
SIEGEL, a retired con-
I struction electrician, works in his
trailer behind the Temple
| building.
His most recent "labor of love"
I is a large ark, which he built for
the High Holy Day services that
Temple Beth Israel is sponsoring
this year at the Sunrise Musical
| Theater.
The ark. which stands six-feet,
I six-inches high, is made of pecan
[wood paneling, with a san-
[dlewood trim. Siegel's wife made
Ithe"parochas," the drapes which
|are part of the ark, with the help
Adult JCClub
To Hold Party
The Adult Jewish Community
IClub of Greater Fort Lauderdale
[will celebrate its first anniversary
on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 1 p.m.
I with a luncheon-dance at the
I Oakland Plaza Caterers.
Tickets are available at the
| Jewish Community Center.
Meetings are held the first
I Thursday of each month at 1 p.m.
| at Lauderdale Lakes City Hall.
Daren Elected To
ORTNatl Board
.Gladys Daren, chairman of
It&v Woodlands Women's
Division of I
the Jewish Fed-1
eration of
Greater Fort I
Lauderdale, has
been elected to I
Ithe national!
board of Wo-
men's American
ORT. In addition ]
to the chairman-
ship of the
Woodlands Wo-
men's Division, DAREN
Mrs. Daren also serves as the
region donor chairman of ORT
land was past president of her
| ORT chapter in Woodlands.
Mrs. Daren and her husband
Ted are from New London-Nor-
wich, Conn., where they were
active in Temple Beth-El. She
served as chairman of that area's
women's division aa well as presi-
| dent of the temple sisterhood.
Women's American ORT, Or-
I ganization for Rehabilitation
| through Training, Is one of the
world's largest non-governmental
vocational training programs. It
was established to insure
economic security for disadvan-
>;*"* Jewish men and women.
ORT maintains vocational high
schools and apprenticeship
centers in 22 countriss, offering
'0 modem technical skills.
of David Ruben, a tailor and
member of the congregation. The
ark has space for two torahs, and
a fluorescent light inside
illuminates them. An eternal
light, also designed by Siegel,
hangs above the ark.
"IT TOOK me several months
to make this ark," Siegel says.
"I've already made three arks for
Temple Beth Israel, and I try to
ive each one a slightly different
esign."
The other arks will be used at
Rosh HashanahYom Kippur
services in the three locations the
Temple is using this
yearTemple Beth Israel, the
Inverrary Country Club, and
Sunrise LakesPhase III.
Continued from Previous Page
of its several divisions and
separate departments. The new
incumbent is Leonard Strelitz of
Norfolk, Va., who has just suc-
ceeded Frank Lautenberg.
Professional direction is provided
by the Executive Vice Chairman
(Irving Bernstein) and a profes-
sional staff headquartered in New
York.
SETTING AN EXAMPLE
In 1906, at the annual meeting
of the National Conference of
Charities and Correction, the
general secretary of the (non-sec-
tarian) Baltimore Federated
Charities, urging upon the
delegates a concept that later
developed into the United Fund,
said, "This is no untried scheme.
Our Jewish friends have demon-
strated that it can be made a
success." (The first Jewish
Federation was established in
Boston in 1896.)
WJC
World Jewish Congress
(1936)... membership is or-
ganizational, including most
central representative bodies
from over 60 countries... repre-
sents Jewish interests before in-
ternational bodies.
LCBC
The Large City Budgeting
Conference was established in
1948 in order to provide some
way for local communities in
this case the larger ones to get
a handle on budgets of national
agencies which want^ Federa-
tion support. It is staffed by
CJFWF, but is technically an
independent group.
OA
The General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds (CJFWF) has
become the central meeting place
of American Jewish leadership.
The GA moves from year to year
to different cities and is attended
by over 2,000 delegates from local
Federations.
AIPAC
The American Israel Public
Affairs Committee is a registered
lobbying organization, operating
in Washington to interpret and
defend Israel's interests.
JWB
The National Jewish Welfare
Board is the umbrella agency for
Jewish community centers
around the country, and also the
authorized agency for dealing
with the welfare needs of Jewish
military personnel.
CJFWF
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds (1932)...um-
brella organization of local
federations and welfare funds in
the United States and Canada.
Reprinted from the "Voice" of
the Jewish Federation of Rhode
Island.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. September 16,1977
The High Holidays and Israel HMO Luncheon to Feature Contest
By WILLIAM LITTMAN
During the forthcoming High
Holidays. Jews throughout the
world will mark the tenth an-
niversary of the reunification of
the City of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem, which is the heart
and soul of the Jewish people,
was a divided citv for 19 years.
Prom May. 19-48'to June. 1967.
the Jews of Israel were cut off
from the Old City and denied
access to the Western WalL
THE LIBERATION of the
Old City during the Six Day War
brought down the barriers and
reunified Jerusalem as the capital
of the State of Israel.
It is fitting that during the
most sacred days in the Jewish
calendar, we should not only
celebrate this important event,
but also pause to help assure that
Jerusalem shall never be divided
again.
Since the Holy City was
reunited. Israel Bonds helped
finance its economic development
and its piogieas as the seat of the
Government of Israel. Much
more remains to be done to
enable Jerusalem to continue to
grow. This is why it is important
that more funds be made
available through Israel Bonds
for Jerusalem's development and
for advancing Israel's economic
recovery this year.
ON THE High Holidays,
members of congregations, the
backbone of liie-building effort,
will be called upon to enroll as
Shomrw Yisrael (Guardians of
Israeli through the purchase of
$1,000 or more in Israel Bonds to
strengthen and preserve the
State of Israel.
In the face of the clear and
present danger to Israel's
economic security and freedom,
this is the time to stand up and
be counted.
Whenever our community has
been called upon to meet an
almost impossible task, you have
responded with profound support
for a nation which is struggling
to exist with pressures from all
sides.
WE URGE every member of
the Jewish community to enroll
as a Shomer Yerushalaim
(Guardian of Jerusalem) by
buying SI .000 in Israel Bonds.
This represents a very
meaningful way of expressing our
will and determination to stand
bv the people of Israel in the New
Yew.
The Fort Lauderdale Chapter
of Hadassah will hold its annual
Hadassah Medical Organization
luncheon on Nov. 29 at Bahia
Mar.
The feature of the luncheon will
be the opening of the container
which holds the clock sealed
previously for a "beat-the-clock"
contest.
Chapter President Josephine
Newman. Fund-raising Vice
President Rose Hare and Beat-
the-Clock Chairperson Lillian
Feinstein, who sealed the clock,
will reveal the exact hour, minute
and second the clock stopped.
The member of the group who
records the exact time will be the
recipient of a gold neckchain
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Novgrad and William Novgrad of
the Ring Place.
Fort Lauderdale Chapter 0f
Hadassah Officers (from left)
Lillian Feinstein, chairperson
of the beat-the-clock contest-
Rose Hare, fund-raising vice
president; Josephine New-
man, chapter president and
Dory Tarlow, administrative
vice president.
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Sholom Sisterhood
fo Hear Goldstein
raconteur
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Goldstein,
ij Jewish folk-
lljrt will be guest
IJiker at the
IStrhoodI meet-
IL of Temple
ISholom, Pom
Ipino
Beach,
iTwsday, Sei*-
l{0 it 12:30 p.m.
in the Temple s
l^ocial hall- Es-
Itber Cannon is
Inesident of the
Igtcrhood. GOLDSTEIN
1 Goldstein is a lecturer on
Uewish life and community af-
liis and has addressed groups
d the United States, Canada and
Europe. He is a graduate of the
%olom Aleichem Folkschulee.
Refreshments will be served by
{bee Lipson and her committee
,nor to the meeting. Mary Free-
in, past president, will open the
eting with Davar Torah from
|A Page from the Song of
longs" by Sholom Aleichem.
|BBW 345 to Meet
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auderdale Chapter 345, will
et at Roarke Recreation
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Chaim Herzog, Israel's Am-
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that the obstacle to peace in the
Middle East is not Israel's estab-
lishment of Jewish settlements
on the West Bank but Arab in-
transigence.
"Let me remind you that for 19
years, from 1948 till 1967, Israel
was not establishing settlements
on the West Bank" because the
area was under Jordan's control,
Herzog said in addressing the
3,000 delegates attending the
63rd annual national convention
of Hadassah at the New York
Pioneer Women Dub
New Club: Natanya
Grace Herskowitz, organiza-
tional consultant for Pioneer
Women, has announced that the
Pioneer Women's Club of Mar-
gate has selected the name of
Natanya and that Betty Reyer
will lead the Natanya Club in its
educational, programming and
fund-raising activities for the
coming year.
In Lauderdale Lakes and
Lauderhill, an organizational
meeting will be held Monday,
Sept. 26, at noon in the home of
Geit Silverman.
Hilton. "Did the Arabs talk of refusal to recognize the Jewish
peace? Did the Arabs negotiate people's right to sovereignty in
Peace?" its ancient homeland. The ob-
The Israeli envoy declared that stacle to peace is an implacable
the "obstacle to peace is the Arab Arab refusal to recognize Israel,
to negotiate with Israel, to make
peace with Israel. The obstacle to
peace is the refusal of the Arab
countries to sit down at the nego-
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yom kippup to Begin Sept. 21
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km Arvey. a Democratic
leader in Chicago for many
. and widely active in
affairs in both cities, as
gs nationally and in-
tionally.
ICA Arvey died of heart failure
t Thursday at the age of 81.
ton of poor Russian
,h parents, he grew up on
,mo's West Side and engaged
[5tic during the day while
his way through law
at night. From 1946 to
, he was considered the
(lisputed Democratic leader of
icago
ARVEY WAS a member of the
mi of Brandeis University, the
tional Federation of Jewish
Clubs, Mount Sinai
gpital of Miami and the
ih Home for the Aged in
and Miami.
was active in the American
nds of Hebrew University,
king
Tel Aviv University, the Joint
Distribution Committee, B'nai
B'rith, the United Jewish
Appeal, the Jewish National
Fund, the National Jewish
Hospital of Denver, the
American ORT Federation, the
American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science.
Among his many honors were
the United States Legion of
Merit, Man of the Year of the
JNF of Chicago in 1967 and the
Israel Bond Organization Man of
the Century in 1964.
HE WAS assistant State
Attorney of Cook County,
Master of Chancery in Circuit
Court of Cook County, and
Democratic national com-
mitteeman from Illinois. He won
the rank of Colonel in World War
II.
Arvey had served aa special
gifts chairman for the Chicago
Combined Jewish Appeal,
predecessor to the Jewish United
Fund. He had also been a board
member of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Chicago.
Reform, Conservative and
Orthodox Jews throughout the
world will observe Yom Kippur,
the Day of Atonement, the most
sacred and solemn of the ancient
Hebrew holidays, from sundown
Wednesday, Sept. 21, until
sundown Thursday, Sept. 22.
The observance of Yom Kippur
is one which has remained un-
broken for over 2,000 years. It is
universally observed by all
branches of Judaism by fasting
from sundown to sundown, by
prayer, and by a searching
reappraisal of the individual's
behavior in his relationship to his
fellowman and to his God.
Yom Kippur is the culmination
of 10 days of intense self-
examination during which the
individual Jew examines the year
just past, atones for his short-
comings in relation to God and
man, and expresses his hopes for
strength and regeneration for the
year to come.
The opening liturgy sung
during Yom Kippur Eve is called
"Kol Nidre," a prayer for
forgiveness. Fort Lauderdale
area temples will observe
sacred holiday as follows:
the
services at the Sunrise Lakea
Condominium Phase III
Clubhouse theater on Sept. 21 at
6:30 p.m. and on Sept. 22 at 9
Kol Nidre at Sunrise Jewish
Center will begin on Wednesday
evening, Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m.
and the Yizkor service will start
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
Cantor Jack Merchant will
conduct the services.
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr of the
Plantation Jewish Congregation
will hold Shabbat Shuvah ser-
vices on Friday, Sept. 16 at 8
p.m. at the Temple and the
following Wednesday evening at
8 p.m. he will conduct Kol Nidre
at South Plantation High School.
Services will continue throughout
Thursday, beginning at 10:15
a.m. Children's services will be
held at 3:16 p.m. and afternoon,
Yizkor and Neilah services will
will commence at 4:16 p.m. AU
services on Thursday will be held
at South Plantation High School.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz and
Cantor Sol Schwartz will conduct
Sam Bierman, 77, Dies
Succoth SeRvices Set
i Bierman, chairman of the
Campaign in Lauderdale
passed away last week,
dnesday, Sept. 7, at Florida
dical Center Hospital.
Funeral serivces were held the
It day at Menorah Chapels on
kst Oakland Park Boulevard
kh burial in Beth El Gardens
netery in Hollywood.
BIERMAN, who was 77,
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ITH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W
bakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
[abowit! Canlor Maurice Neu (42).
WEL TEMPLE, 3425 W. Oak-
I Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
. Cantor Jerome Klement.
|BREW CONGREGATION OF LAU-
HILL, 2041 NW 4tth Ave., Lau
fhill Conservative. Albert Neber,
NaMert,
is survived by his wife, Shirley,
and daughter, Mrs. Claire Orlan-
sky, a professor of English at
Queens College in New York.
There are three grandchildren.
Born in Austria, Mr. Bierman
came to the United States in
1910. He was a pharmacist in
professional life and a worker and
leader in a variety of Jewish
causes in his personal life. He and
his wife lived for 40 years on City
Island in The Bronx where he
helped establish and build that
community's first synagogue and
then a Hebrew school for chil-
dren. When he and Mrs. Bierman
left City Island in 1970 to come to
Florida, he was honored by the
synagogue and the community.
The minister of Trinity Metho-
dist Church and a representative
of Grace Episcopal Church,
presented Mr. Bierman with a
scroll citing his "good works for
all men, regardless of faith or
race."
HE WAS active here in the
Jewish Federation and ita UJA
Campaign, Israel Bonds and
other causes. The Jewish Federa-
tion was represented at the
funeral by Mrs. Jan Salit of the
Federation's UJA Campaign.
Succoth, the feast of Taber-
nacles or Booths, which com-
memorates the dwellings which
the children of Israel utilized
after their exodus from Egypt,
will commence on the 16th day of
Tiahri, or Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Area temples will celebrate the
seven day holiday as follows:
Tamarac Jewish Center,
Inc.Temple Beth Torah will
hold Succoth services on
Tuesday, Sept. 27 and Wed-
nesday, Sept. 28 at 9 a.m. on both
days. Rabbi Israel Zimmerman
will conduct the services with the
assistance of Dr. Arthur Glick
conducting the Temple Choir.
Plantation Jewish Con-
gregation will commence Succoth
services on Monday evening,
Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. at the
Temple. The celebration will
conclude with a Tuesday morning
service at 10:30, also at the
Temple. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr
will conduct services.
a.m.
Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach will chant Kol Nidre
beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday
evening. Services will continue
throughout Thursday, with
Yizkor memorial services at noon
and afternoon and evening
services closing at sundown.
Children's services will run from
10 a.m. until noon. The Day of
Atonement will end with
children, parents and grand-
parents joining in the Main
Sanctuary at 6 p.m. for Neilah
services.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer, along
with the Temple Choir, will
conduct the services.
Kol Nidre will be chanted at
the Tamarac Jewish Cen-
terTemple Beth Torah
beginning on Wednesday evening
at 6:30. Rabbi Israel Zimmerman
will speak on "Prophetic Signs."
Thursday services for Yom
Kippur will start at 9 a.m. and
Yizkor will begin at noon. Rabbi
Zimmerman will speak on
"Kissing or Cleaving Which?"
members of the Abraham Haber Torah School at Temple
Beth Israel plan the year's activities. Shown here (from left) are
Susi Glatt, Deanna Kletzel, Rachel Keller Miriam Klein, Esther
Cohen, Natalie Godin and Miriam P. Schmerler. Other staff
members not shown are Rabbi Arnold Richter, Rina Sky,
Shoshanah Axler and Harriet Rosen.
Haber Torah School Opens Doors
MJAC JEWISH CENTER. 10
57th St. Conservative. Rabbi l>-
IZImmerman(44A).
JNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
Stirling Rd. OrthodCK. Rabbi
tteBomter (52).
ICONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA-
GOGUE, 7473 NW 4ttl It.
PLANTATION
MtTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Liberal Re-
rm. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr (4).
POMPANO BEACH
\ TEMPLE. 132 SE nth Ave.
nwrvative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
r Jacob Renasr(4).
MARGATE
frl HILLELCONGREGATION 7440
irojN Blvd. Conservative. Cantor
rkn Penman.
eRGATE JEWISH CENTER. el 01
I th St. Conservative. Cantor Max
Hub(44B>.
CORAL SPRINGS
PLE BETHORR. Riverside Drive.
(44).
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pOOUE 8041 w. Sample Road
DEERFIELD BEACH
Jf'SH COMMUNITY CENTER
JH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE. Century
" East. Conservative Rabbi
fWBerent(2).
LAUDERDALELAKES
*PLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL.
, Wast Oakland Park Boulevard.
" Orthodox Conareaarlon.
m Saul o. Herman.
SUNRISE
5JSE JEWISH CENTER, INC. OMr
Oakland Park Blvd. Coneer
J. Rabbi Rudolph Weiss. Cantor
Merchant.
The Abraham Haber Torah
School of Temple Beth Israel has
started its scholastic year with
many new programs and faculty
members.
The shcool opened on Tuesday,
Set. 6 and classes for kin-
dergarten, first and second
Sides are being held on Sun-
ys. Hebrew school classes for
grades 3 through 9 take place
twice a week, Sunday through
Thursday.
MIRIAM P. Schmerler,
educational director of the
Religious School, and Neddie
Lynn, chairwoman of the school
board, announced several new
programs and special events for
the new school year.
The first event wifl be a "Camp
_ Succoth," to be held during the
11 QpH tO DG Succoth weekend, Sept. 27 and
28. The Religious School will
organize two full days of ac-
tivities on the temple grounds,
consisting of prayer meatinars,
game*, sports and religious
J violrV *dy- Children will eat moat of
ana riSKy. ^ nwele inside the Sukkah
and some of the activities will
take place there.
A "Camp Purim" will be held
in the Spring, with a similar
format. Other holiday activities
include a Chanukah festival,
featuring parties at several
parents' homes for all children
attending the Religious School.
ANOTHER NEW program
this year will be the "Shabbaton"
- a complete day of activitise
held at the Temple on the
Sabbath. The Shabbaton will
begin with prayers and end with
the early evening ceremony of
Havdalah. Meals will be served
to all children in the program,
and activities will be conducted
a sevei that is appropraltB Jar
Hadassah Meets
Tiin Hadassah was to meet on
Thursday, Sept. 16, at Lauder-
dale Lakea City Hall, at 12:30
p.m.
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each age group. The first
Shabbaton will be held Nov. 6.
"The camp weekends and the
Shabbaton program have been
created to give students ad-
ditional religious experiences to
complement their studies and to
provide them with a Sabbath and
holiday environment," Mrs. Sch-
merler said. "We hope that these
activities will become an integral
part of our students' lives," she
added.
Another extension of the
Temple's Religious School is the
Young People's Congregation.
Services will be held on Saturday
roomings for all Temple youth,
followed by a Kidduah end quiet
Sabbath activities, such aa Torah
ejaaaataa| and drama groups. The
services will be conducted by
students and teachers, and will
be supervised by Deanna Kletsel
and Rina Sky.
THE PRE- and confirmation classes will
both meet on Monday evenings
thk year. Students are being
offered a variety of courses, such
as ULpan for Hebrew con-
versation and a teacher aid
program in addition to study
group with Rabbi Labowitz for
those who are interest*! in
t+mt+xjng in a religious school.
Minicourses will be given
featuring subjects such as Jewish
and Israeli cooking, folk dancing,
jewelry making, singing and
drama.
Temple Beth Israel's Bar and
Bat MfcEvah students will follow
the traditional four-year program
in Hebrew school, working under
the guidance of Cantor Maurice
Neu. The Religious School will
end the year with a "Maccabean
Olympic Day-
Temple Beth Israel will also
hold a children's service during
the High Holy Days. In addition,
babysitting and lunch will be
provided for children of parents
who are attending Temple ser-
vices.
TEMPLE BETH Israels High
Holy Day Services will take place
this year at four locations. In
addition to services for members
in the main temple, services will
be held at the Inverrary Country
Chib, Sunrise Lakes-Phase III,
and the Sunrise Musical Theater.
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Jewish Floridian
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Friday, September 16,1977 Section B
MENACHEM BEGIN has no doubt about it.
The years he spent as underground commander of
the Irgun Zvei Leumi (Organization of Freedom
Fighters) in the struggle for Israel's independence
were most rewarding.
Even the prospect of becoming Israel's sixth
Prime Minister cannot overshadow the privilege
of having led these freedom fighters in the
struggle for independence.
INEVITABLY, as Israel's first non-labor
Prime Minister prepares to take office, the foreign
press has concentrated upon those years when he
was Commander of the Irgun Zvei Leumi, living
underground with a price on his head. And,
inevitably, foreign reports of those days come
from Britain which, as the imperial power against
whom Mr. Begin fought, sought to denounce him
as a terrorist.
In fact, the acts of terrorism under the British
mandate came from Arab at tucks against Jews,
such as the Hebron massacres of 1929 or the
ambush of the Hadassah medical convoy in which
78 doctors, nurses and others were killed.
(Indiscriminate attacks against innocent victims
remain part of the pattern of Arab terror.)
Even though it was at odds with the "official"
forces of the Jewish community in the struggle
for freedom, carrying out a more militant
program against the British, the Irgun carefully
limited its targets to military ones and was
always concerned with the saving of lives.
THUS, when the Irgun blew up the wing of
Jerusalem's King David Hotel housing the
British military administration, a telephone
message was sent advising the British that the
explosives had been planted and asking them to
evacuate the building. (Given the message, the
Briton in charge refused to order the evacuation
saying that he gave orders to the Jews and didn't
take orders from them.)
Again, after the Arab village of Dir Yassin had
become a center of Arab forces maintaining
pressure on the Tel Aviv Jerusalem road,
the Irgun, together with other groups, launched
an attack to safeguard the route to Jerusalem.
The element of surprise was surrendered by
having a truck bearing a loudspeaker precede the
troops, advising the Dir Yassin civilians to
evacuate their village, and hundreds of them did.
In the bitter fighting that followed, about one-
third of the attacking force became casualties as
buildings serving as Arab terrorist strongholds
were gradually overwhelmed and destroyed. Only
then, was it learned, that some civilians had
remained in these buildings and lost their lives in
the battle.
The principle of locating military strongposts
in civilian centers in order to exploit Israel's
"softness" in trying to avoid civilian casualties
seems to be basic to the Arab terror
organizations.
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road between Jerusalem and the coast open, was
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for the Nad Holocaust and led the unsuccessful
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demonstrations against it.
In 1967, just prior to the outbreak of the Six-
Day War, a National Unity governwent was
formed and Mr. Begin joined it as Minister
without Portfolio.
HIS HERUT party' had meanwhile joined
with the Liberal Party to form the Herut-Liberal
Block {Gahal). Begin led Gahal out of the
National Unity Government in 1971 after the
government accepted the so-called Rogers Plan of
the then American Sercretary of State.
By the 1973 elections, Gahal had been joined by
several smaller parties in organizing the Likud
Knesset" ** "^^ oppoaition m the
Israel Digest
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As a freedom fighter,"Begin said
later, "everything I did was for the
freedom of the Jewish people, which
had never known mercy from any
persecuter." He also stressed that as a
freedom fighter he never opposed
freedom for others, or denied the right
of any other people to exist unlike the
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r*riday, September
lessee bqhts in blend's Stunning Victor
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well-respected, ostenefetv sorielist itu<
polk nans, breaking away from Labor to form a
party more akin to the right-wing groups.
WITH THE death of Ben-Gorion, Labor ni
withoat an inspiring, nwainir figure who could
appeal to the national*** aapaatiuM of the
ma mm This waa alright, to long aa the political
chmate hare remained reJauvery calm. Bat the
1773 War changed all that.
The wart aftermath aaw the voter* torn in-
ward and the introapection caused thmtt
perceive a society degenerating "economically,
soemlly. and culturally." writes Wew.
In such situations, there is a tendency to find
salvation in nationalist movements lead by a
populist personality. And Weiee writes thatthe
Israeli rmrfn>Ki perceived former Irgun HMI
Hrna^N-" Begin as the rightful heir to Ben-
Gorion's imaaisnir mantle.
IT SHOULD be added that the dismal
economic situation of Israel did nothing to
enhance Labor's image. About the only thing the
Alignment boasted about in the campaign was its
foreign policy based on a harmonious American
connection. And President Carter's S-timed
statements threatening that relationship, helped
nail down the lid on the party's fate.
The detection from Labor cot across all shades
of the nation's social spectrum, bat was most
pronounced in the three groups mentioned
previously, the prassaaor contmoaa.

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Tr.e Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7-B
The "alienation" of the Oriental community
resulted almost totally in a shift to the Likud. The
young also opted largely for Begin's group,
though a small percentage of that alienation
found its way to Yigal Yadin's Democratic
Movement for Social Change and some left-wine
groups like Sheli.
TOWNS LIKE Kiryat Shemona and Dimona,
containing large percentages of young voters and
Oriental groups witnessed a 60 percent defection
from the Alignment.
Meanwhile, states Weiss, the success of
Yadin's group was mostly due to votes from
middle-income, educated Ashkenazim, especially
the intellectuals who felt shut out from Labor's
old and stagnating party bureaucracy.
Sections of Haifa, with a large Ashkenazi
population, voted heavily for the DMC, according
to the Ha'aretz article.
THUS THE rise of the Likud resulted from
disenchantment among the less educated, and the
rise of Yadin's group resulted from disen-
chantment among the society's upper strata.
In the Kibbutz Artzi Kibbutzim, normally
Mapam strongholds, there was a fair vote for
Sheli. And in the Ichud Kibbutzim, normally
strongholds for Mapai Labor's mainstream
there was a considerable defection to Yadin's
DMC. The latter vote offers proof that whereas
Rafi was a revolt among Labor's right-wing
twelve years ago, the DMC now signifies a revolt
among the party's center.
With the religious parties garnering only half of
the Orthodox vote in previous elections, the
general prognosis has been in recent days that
their excellent showing was another indication of
ick of enthusiasm for the Alignment, in this case
demonstrated by the Orthodox. Also, in a society
that many here consider in poor health, issues like
Religious education gain in significance among the
observant.
WHAT DOES it all mean? It means that
parties favoring or condoning absorption of Judea
and Samaria into the State now have a majority
in the Knesset. It also means there is a Knesset
now rid of a powerful leftist element, though most
voters don't perceive that.
Professor Weiss visualizes the possibility of an
Alignment including the DMC and even Sheli.
But there will be plenty of time for speculation.
'These days call for analysis and redefinition of
interests, ideals and political structures.

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Happy & Peaceful Rosh Hashanah
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SIMPLE thrwbtur word has
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THESE ARE the words of the President of the
United State* In his argent massage on April 20.
1977. he warned the American people that we
were in the crucial eleventh hoar in our battle
against the shortage of energy The energy crisis
is a deac i aakai of the battle, but the petrodollar is
the weapon.
The fact ie that the greatest nation in the
world, the most powerful force known to crrtoed
man and the most unique syw
Oil: key WorO in
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By RABBI JOSEPH P STERNSTEIN
Preia>i. Zionist Organisation of America
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16,1977
government yet devised, ie losing it* indepen-
deoce as it struggles in the grip of Arab nations
who are determined to influence our future.
On April 13. 1973. the Zionist Organization of
America first called upon the United States to
recognize the urgency of the problem. In n
advertisement in The New York Times, the ZOA
asked the President and Congress to initiate a
crash program for the development of domestic
sources of energy which would ultimately free this
country from dependence on foreign supplies of
fuel.
THE ZOA had the foresight to publish, as early
as 1973. a report on the energy crisis. Its
Ramifications for the United States and the State
of Israel." which included this cogent obser-
vation: "The United States simply cannot
afford to be so dependent on such a distant and
unstable region for its energy supplies which are
vital for its defense and home needs. So much
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power vested in the oil-producing countries
cannot but have an impact on the shaping of
American Middle Eastern policy, to the detriment
of America's vital interests in that area and
certainly to the detriment of Israel."
Have we moved forward to avoid the encircle-
ment by those determined to bend our will and
manipulate our direction? The fact is that
America has failed to harness its technological
strength, combine it with Yankee ingenuity and
rally traditional American determination to
successfully meet this critical test.
A SOUND program of energy for the United
States is a vital necessity which transcends par-
tisan persuasions. The American economy
requires huge supplies of energy. Without it, the
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Mr. & Mrs. Sandford Abram extend
Best Wishes for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah

tools and machinery of industrial and agricultural
production become idle and the subsequent
unemployment can be disastrous. Economic up
heaval has a special and ominous connotation tor
Jewish communities everywhere. Demagogues
and dictators have always capitalized on
economic and social disorder by using scapegoats
to gain power.
It is abundantly clear that oil and petrodollars
are weapons that have influenced Europe and
Japan to turn against Israel. This same weapon is
now being used to alienate the United States from
Israel.
While the Arab boycott is not the subject of
this article, it has a direct relationship with Arab
manipulation of energy sources to create dis-
sention among Americans.
A DOUBLE-SPREAD paid advertise*,-
opposing anti-boycott laws in The Wall Sri*.
Journal, Thursday, April 14, 1977, is a blu
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Joyous
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Ft. Lauderdale 33308
771-6200
Best Wishes for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
example of this dissent ion. After stating, 'Fv
the most ardent Israeli supporters do not wan1
their activities to be identified with the kwsn*
half a million American jobs," this advertisement
by a leading American industrial complexW2
on to threaten, "The anti-Israel backlash fro*
such an event yes, it could easily become i,
anti-Semitic backlash could be tragic.''
The implication that if Americans support ami
boycott legislation, it could lead us to bebj
deprived of oil, is a thinly veiled threat Yet n
ARAB COUNTRIES that have benefited *
richly from oil price increases are now attempting
to coerce American citizens into violating tb*Tcivi]
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To Our Friends and Patrons, The Beit
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Best Wishes for p Peaceful
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TheJewisn tiondian of Greater fort Lauderdale
Page 1 IB
_ht9 0f their fellow citizens as a condition of do-
^ business.
The primary Arab Boycott against Israel is not
-greiv the refusal of one country to deal with its
| enemy but rather a global effort to wage
economic warfare against Israel. Through a
jecondary boycott, Arab governments seek to
force other govemmenta and individual citizens
to become instruments and allies in this campaign
against Israel.
America's ability to provide for herself with
sufficient energy requirements thus becomes
imperative if we are to free ourselves of this
burden as well as alleviate the pressures inflicted
on Israel and other friendly nations.
Many of us have ignored or discounted the
extent of Arab influence upon world economics
and foreign policy. The World Bank puts the
cumulative build-up of Oil Producing and Ex-
porting Countries (OPEC) external assets at $650
billion by the end of 1980 and an almost incon-
ceivable $1 .2 trillion by the end of 1985. Those ex-
ternal assets represent investments in the United
States and other countries which will make these
nations more susceptible to OPEC influence.
THE ARAB boycott and blacklist of inter-
national companies with Jewish ties is just one
example of their influence. France's caving in to
Arab pressures to return captured terrorists
rather than extradite them for trial is a potent
example of how self-interest over oil can foil even
basic human rights and world opinion.
Certainly, the United States welcomes oppor-
tunities to enhance its economy, but we must be
mindful of the potential hazards this represents.
There are perilous aspects to the flow of petro-
dollars to the United States, as well as the surge
of interest by American firms to invest in the
Middle East.
IN THE long term, we must conduct
vigorous program of research for the development
of vast energy sources in the hope that at least
some of these efforts will result in more attractive
supply options. Let us examine the specifics.
Coal: Coal is our most abundant energy source.
If necessary we can even convert coal into syn-
thetic oil and natural gas. We have to get on with
the job of mining our coal and putting it to use.
The Administration's plan to increase coal
production and force utility conversion to coal ia
Continued on Page 12-B
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Hollywood 33023
983-4816
To Our Many Friends Best Wishes for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanab
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15700 Biscoyne Blvd., N. Miami Beach 33160
949-2214
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683-2772

Best Wishes for a Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Jay Lar Construction Corp
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
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certainly a problem in tcrma of logjatira,
economics and environmental obstacle*.
However, immediate benefits will be enormoua in
t-Kfkiwg tbe hemorrhage from our h^Urw of
paymenta.
Natural Gat: We are quickly running out of
this clean and highly competed-for fuel. There are
potentially large deposits of natural gaa. along
with oil. in off-shore sites. There is also the pros-
pect of Alaskan and Canadian supplies, aa well aa
imports from other nations. We have already
begun to phaaa oat this precious fuel, except for
residential and some commercial use.
PUCE HAS a bearing upon the problem and.
like it or not, natural gas prices will steadily
climb. It is going to be possible to make natural
gas from coal, but that ia going to put more and
more of a burden on coal mining and supplies.
There is also the possibility that we can produce
methane from biological and other sources.
During the winter, the natural gas shortage
dramatically proved our supplies are limited and
the demand is great. Our options for the foresee-
able future are aU too few. We are going to have to
find more natural gas sources, use them wisely
and phase in other fuels and electric power to do
more and more of the work done by natural gas.
Hydropou-er, Gtothermal and Solar Energy:
AD of our hydropower potential is meager when
looked at in relation tot be magnitude of the
energy demand. We cannot endlessly build more
dams. Using tidal and ocean power has only
limited possibilities.
Geothermal steam can be tapped in some parts
of the country by digging deep underground or by
capping vents and using the steam to generate
electricity. Only a few area* of the nation have
any real capability for this energy source, and
there are environmental and reliability problem,
involved.
LOOKING for massive energy from the sun
has blinded many people into thinking solar
power is the answer. It isn't! Certainly it holds
great possibilities. Many new and some older
buildings can be fitted with units to use the sun's
ray for heating or cooling. But it ia terribly ex-
pensive right now and not reliable in many cases
Big solar stations are unlikely because of the
Compliments of
Mr. Jack Frank
365 ft Military Trail
West Palm Beach 33402
684-0806
A Happy New Year To All
Ramada Inn
1401 S. Federal Hwy.
Deerfield Beach 33441 421-5000
Best Wishes
Aino's Interiors
3883 Tenth Avenue
Lake Worth 33460
965-3317
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Happy Rosh Hashanah to the Jewish People All Over the World. .
Craven & Thompson
Associates Inc.
1350 South Pompano Parkway, Pompano Beach 33060
971-7770
Best Wishes for all Jewish Families in the World for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
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5850 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach 33409
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pagel3-B
,, vastness of the facilities required 25 to 60
**~ 0f land for solar collectors to equal the
"ittiut of a single power plant. Also, at night or b
LTWcather solar units produce little or no power.
STL of heat or energy is another completely
pw technology which will have to be explored in
order to support widespread solar use.
AiJ of these sources are going to help somewhat
but none alone can solve our energy problems.
Conservation Important: The President's call
for massive effort* for energy conservation must
' t with firm and strong support from all
Americans. Much can be done to stop wasting oil
j other energy resources, thus lessening our
dependence on imported oil. Energy conservation
must be practiced extensively. No single change
m American habits is the final answer, but a
combination of efforts can give us important
relief, if not a final solution.
GENUINE conservation must begin with a
focus on the major consumers of energy in this
country: transportation, heating and cooling,
construction and industrial manufacturing. With
each year, conservation should grow, as energy-
saving processes become more efficient.
Is Nuclear Power Necetaary? i Yes it is.
Without it, we would become even more depen-
dent on oil imports. It is the most controversial
and because it is the least understood, the most
feared. But it probably offers the best answer in
the next five years and the only long-term answer
known today.
Nuclear power and possible solar power have
one great virtue in common. They offer a way out
of burning up our non-renewable natural resourc-
es, which are essential for the manufacture of so
many ot our synthetic materials. Since the com-
mencement of the Industrial Revolution, man has
been burning fuel of all kinds to generate the
energy required to further his progress.
Triple
Enterprises Inc.
Chemical Manufacturers. .
\Complete Line of Janitors Supplies
10335 Ironwood Rd.,
Palm Beach Gardens 33410
622-3659
The Corporation extends
\est Wishes for a Happy New Year
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Best wishes from
Swensen's
ICE CREAM FACTORY
Sor a Peaceful
ind Happy Rosh Hashanah
Swensen's
Ice Cream Factory
2477 East Sunrise Blvd.,
Ft. Lauderdale 33304
566-1847
Kajqiy new year
Aquatic
Gateway Inc.
15 North Federal Hwy.,
Pompano Beach 33062
782-5768
84 Lumber
Company
1258 Hammondville,
Pompano Beach 33060
781-8480
The Company wishes all
Jewish Families a
Happy & Peaceful Rosh Hashanah
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from all of us to all of you
Florida Brake
& Truck Parts
Raybestos Authorized Distributor
. 1696 Donna Road,
West Palm Beach 33409
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THE ARITHMETIC speaks for itself. Each
nuclear power plant in operation saves the
equivalent of 10 million barrels of oil each year.
Thus, 120 nuclear plants or about twfoe the
number now licensed in this country could save
us the equivalent of 1,200 million barrels of oil a
year, or nearly 3'/i million barrels every day. It
must be agreed that considering all the serious
challenges we face, it is impossible to disregard
these figures and what they represent in realistic
terms.
Even though nuclear power has a proven record
of safety, reliability and economy, construction of
plants has been stifled by endless Government
red tape and litigation. These unnecessary delays
must be eliminated. We must press forward
urgently with development of a new generation of
nuclear reactors, the breeder reactor (which
converts useless material into productive fuel and
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826 ? N. Military Trail,
Lake Park 33403
622-3301
We Wish You
Good Health and
Happiness During
The New Year
Ridgewood
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Lawrence Rd.,
Boynton Beach 33435
732-8422
Walter and Gloria Scott
extend Best Wishes
to Jewish Families for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Halas
Millwork Inc.
318 Southwest 14th Avenue,
Pompano Beach 33060
782-0800
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thus produces more fuel than it consumes).
WE FEEL that the Administration's decision
to forego recycling of spent nuclear fuel from
existing light-water reactors and the ordering of a
slow-down in construction of a demonstration
breeder reactor on the Clinch River in Tennessee
is counterproductive. The rationale is that a
breeder reactor converts waste uranium into
phitonium which might be stolen and diverted to
terrorist or military use. And the same rationale
is being applied to recycling of recovered fuel
from conventional nuclear plants.
The President's reasoning appears to be that
the United States will set a good example for the
rest of the world, thus inducing other nations to
also forego recycling of spent nuclear fuel and
by implication influencing them also to pul|
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We wish
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a happy^^jnd healthy
New/ \Year
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back from the construction and use of breeder
reactors. _
While idealism is commendable, realism must
prevail. There simply is no sign that the rest of
the world is much impressed. The Russians, the
Germans, the French, the British and the
Japanese are all pressing ahead with development
and use of breeder reactors, which they recognize
aa being vital to their national interests.
AS RECENTLY as May 8, 1977, at a meeting
of seven leading industrial nations. Prime
Minister Fukuda of Japan argued against
American policy by insisting that the develop-
ment of nuclear energy sources, including breeder
reactors, was "a matter of life and death because
of Japan's over-dependence on imported oil,"
(Hedrick Smith, The New York Times). There is
nothing to suggest that Japan and other nations
now using conventional reactors intend to forego
the economic advantages of reprocessing spent
nuclear fuel.
Unless this policy against using phitonium is
reconsidered unless w# regain our perspective
and our confidence in domestic and international
safeguards we will have gone a long way
toward insuring that America becomes a secon-
dary power.
LACK OF energy could completely incapa-
citate our defense capabilities. The threat to our
economy as well as any potential military threat
directly relates to our ability to maintain a strong
defense posture.
Americans have strong reservations about the
Soviet Union. However, we must respect their
scientific and technical knowledge and abilities.
We must take seriously the announcement
made May 10, 1977, in The New York Times
which reported the opinions of seven experts from
the Soviet Union and allied countries. They con-
Mauro, Margaret and Anthony
extend Best Wishes for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Maurice's Italian
Restaurant
191 Bradley Place,
Palm Beach 33480
832-1843
JUay theyear aheM
bethebest,
a year ofhappiness and peace.
0/ good health and
good fortune.
County
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Miami 624-9103
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prosperity.
A-i Ocean
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BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY,
HEALTHY
AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*|S
Charlie Frymer
Paving Contractor
Driveways Parking Lots
509 Northeast 43rd Street,
Ft. Lauderdale 33334
564-5680
Wamnwh
May the New Yaar bring to
you and youri a bountiful har-
vest of the things most worth-
while. heerth, friendship, love,
happiness ... and bring to ful-
fillment your most cherished
desires.
Mr. George J. Torres
1600 Northwest 2nd Avenue,
Suite 217, Boca Raton 33432
395-0909
Best Wishes from
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Lucerne
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Center
Cornplete Line of
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BMBber 16,1977
Th llori.tian ofGreater FdftLaud^fdate
\apA that they had "no misgivings about the
nf olutonium as a nuclear fuel." The report
"Even now the actual data indicate a
I?nh"dej5ree of nuclear power plants' safety and
I u favorable impact on environmental purity."
Ke experts project that by the year 2000 "the
lure of fast breeders in the structure of nuclear
[fer engineering could reach fifty percent."
I The acceptance by the Soviet Union of the need
I. D|utonium-fuel nuclear power plants is a
Erious indication of how they view this develop-
lm>nt for their own defense requirements. It,
therefore has a direct relationship with our
Iconcem for a militarily strong America.
1 ijj his report to the people of the United
States, the President said, "We believe that these
ks (of terrorism) would be vastly increased by
, further spread of sensitive technologies which
a direct access to plutonium, highly en-
hed uranium and other weapons usable-
aterial.
> irony is that there are thousands of nuclear
l stored in rhHintari States and its allie itries ready totusa.-Government
recover, process and ship plutonium every day.
All this can be considered vulnerable to terrorist
use. Yet, would anyone suggest that we jeopar-
dize America's ability to defend herself by the
elimination of these weapons?
It is difficult to imagine a safer place for
plutonium fuel than within a sealed reactor vessel
with steel walls two feet or more in thickness.
Apparently, if we put plutonium into weapons,
this is acceptable because of national security. If
we put plutonium into the fuel of a nuclear power
plant, it becomes a frightening and evil thing.
WE CAN and must make it virtually impos-
sible for international terrorists to have access to
the nuclear means to carry on their inexcusable
activites. The answer our Administration should
seek is not one which forces us to capitulate by
setting aside vital scientific and technological
programs important to our economic and national
Interests. Our concern, therefore, that plutonium
and other vital products will fall into terrorist
hands could best be met by our resolve that Arab
itself must no longer r^JJMOuragadW
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500 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth 33460
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Plantation 581-2510
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35 East Acre Drive
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3581 N.W. 9th Ave. 565-0162
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5115 S. W. 64th Street Phone 791-3490
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897 NE 62nd St. (Next to U'1 General)
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620 SW 16th Street
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1800 East Oakland Park Blvd.
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2131 E. Oakland Park Blvd. 564-0548
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Reunification
At last
Israeli soldiers at the liberated Western Wall on June 7,1967, overwhelmed by the greatness
of the moment. At long last, they had realized the dream of two millenia of Jewish longing
I DONT know who would have predicted ten
years ago that today, ten years later, Israel would
be no nearer peace than she was then at the end
of the Six-Day War. There was euphoria in the air
then: it had been such a smashing victory that
surely this was the war to end all wars, and peace
must ensue.
Israel had not wanted the war: it had been
forced on her by Nasser and it had turned
against him.
The Six-Day War drove the Egyptians out of
Sinai and Gaza, the Syrians out of the Golan
Heights, and the Jordanians unexpectedly,
because no one bad thought they would interfere
- out of the West Bank.
IT WAS a military achievement without
precedent, but, as had happened before, Israel
proved unable to reap its political fruits. If
anything, it was the Arabs that reaped them
particularly the PLO, which rose from obscurity
to become, thanks to the world proas, a
"resistance movement" with official status in the
United Nations.
This is not to say that the war did not bring
Israel very tangible benefits. It removed the
military threat from Sinai and the Golan Heights.
It throw the Jordanian border back to the
Jordan River: no longer were enemy troops
stationed within a few miles of Netanya and Tel
Aviv. With the retreat of the Jordanians,
tenth
AnniveRsaRy
Of the
Returan to
JeRusalem
By WALTER EYTAN
Jerusalem was reunified and if one thing is
certain, it will remain so.
ISRAEL WAS, in a way, as stunned as were
the Arabs and the rest of the world. But the shock
wore off quickly, and Jews and Arabs were soon
pouring into one another's areas in Jerusalem,
even fraternizing, to their own amazement, and
discovering they could live side by side in reason-
able comfort.
Soon, by agreement between Israel and Jordan,
the "open bridges" policy was instituted: Arabs
from Jordan and other Arab countries came
streaming into the West Bank (and from there
could easily visit Israel). Tens of thousands of
Arab workers, from the West Bank and from
Gaza, came to work daily in Israel's towns and
villages, and a form of co-existence was
established which continues to this day.
It is, however, or so it seems today, precisely
because Israel was stunned that she was unable
to elevate the momentum of war into a mo-
mentum of peace.
IT WOULD almost certainly have been
possible, in the weeks immediately following the
Six-Day War, to transform the West Bank into an
autonomous or semi-autonomous region which
would soon have federated with Israel. As things
are now, we live with the throat of a Palestinian
'homeland" federated, at best, with Jordan.
When finally one or two Ministers, just before
and just after the Yom Kippur War, themselves
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proposed such autonomy for the West Bank, it
was of course too late, far too late. They had not
seized the opportunity when the proposal was
first made to them in June and July of 1967.
It had been hoped then that time would do
Israel's work. The material advantages which the
Arabs derived from Israel's administration of the
West Bank would have their effect.
IN THE EVENT, the area has indeed
developed mightily in its agriculture and
prosperity in other fields, in the infrastructure of
roads and communications in general, in health
services, in education, in employment, in face in
every domain. But the Arabs are politically as far
from Israel, and aa hostile to her, as ever they
were.
In the wake of the Six-Day War, Israel herself
enjoyed a degree of prosperity she had never
known. The recession of 1966-67 was succeeded
by a boom, and if, among other things, this made
the rich richer, its deleterious effects were not at
first apparent.
The result was an excess of self-confidence for
which, after six fat years, we paid the price in the
Yom Kippur War of 1973.
ISRAEL had been careful not to annex the
West Bank, sensing that it could be a major asset
in any negotiation for peace. But successive
governments contented themselves with rejecting
the unacceptable "peace plans of others, without
putting forward concrete ideas of their own. l he
only exception was the Allon Plan, which however
was consistently turned down by King Hussein of
Jordan, to whom it had been offered.
Israel's one great success has been the
unification and effective municipal ad-
ministration of Jerusalem The Uaith anniversary
of the reunification of Jerusalem was ce ebrated
on the appropriate Hebrew date with a full heart.
There is no news of much celebration, for all the
political changes in Israel during these past few
weeks, of ten years of Israeli rule of the West
Bank. Basically this is due to the fact that while
the world may not recognize Jerusalem as Israel s
capital, everyone knows that the city will never
again be divided, and most people know that it
will remain, essentially, under Israeli rule.
BUT THE world shows no sign of acquiescing
in the maintenance, indefinitely, of Israeli rule on
the West Bank.
The problems which the Six-Day War might
have solved if it had been followed by imaginative
political action seem as far from solution today as
ever they were. There may be all kinds of ways of
tackling them, but they cannot be solved without
courage, imagination and initiative on Israel s
part.
The aftermath of the war, by putting Israel
politically on the defensive (which means, in the
eyes of the world, "in the wrong"), has left us a
legacy which it will take all our resourcefulness to
overcome.
Israel Nisfadnrt Council
off South Florida
and
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FOUNDATION
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and Friends Best Withes
Prosperous Now Tear
Suite 388
420 Lincoln Road,
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Telephone 531-8702
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for a Happy Rosh Hashanah
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683-0036
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I Fridy. September IS. 1977
jeRUsMem: Ispael's
biost Valuable Asset
By YORAM KESSEL
JERUSALEM Teddy Kollek, plain Teddy
to the world, labeled by Saul Bellow as "Israel's
most valuable political asset," believes his city
stands the best chance of staying united if it's
shown to be so in practive. In any case, he con-
siders there is not a ghost of a chance of the dty
ever being pulled asunder again.
It is not merely fundamental to Israeli politics
that any government suggesting such a move
would not survive but unity of the city is an
indelible element in the national consciousness.
He does, believe, however, that Israelis, Jews
generally, "must have a feeling that it is good for
the city to be united. If neglected, it would look as
Tht Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 19-B
MAYOR TEDDY KOLLEK
Greetings and Happy New Year
Winningham & Lively
1040 N.E. 45 Street,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33334
722-2640
Imperial Furniture &
Refinishing
Designers & Builders of Wood Products
653 N.E. 42nd St. -564-6552
Good Health & Happiness
in the coming New Year
?l Wishes for a Happy and
Peaceful Rosh Hashanah
iidney Leveson
Company
Selling Machines
& Supplies
547 E. Oakland Park Boulevard,
Oakland Park, Florida 33334
563-7373
Best Wishes for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah
McDonald distributors
electrical wholesalers
990 N.W. 36th Street,
Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 33309
563-1255
The Entire Organization extends
Beat Wishes for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Massave
Produce Inc.
3061 S.W. 1st Terrace,
Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida 33315
524-2501
if it doesn't really belo g to us and we would face
the world with guilt rather than the confidence
necessary in convincing people everywhere of tne
rightness of things th*- way they are.'
A DECADE after ttie walls were pulled down,
for Teddy Kollek "by and large things have gone
well, much better indeed than we could have
imagined."
He admits there have been mistakes in
assessing Arab hostility. Israelis have not always
been ready to acknowledge that Arab attachment
to the city is also great. He also accepts that
insufficient sovereignty has been given local
Arabs over matters like education which are their
own concern.
He believes, however, that none of the periodic
headline grabbing issues of land appropriation or
slum clearance programmes, particularly in the
Old City, has been in error. The mistakes have
been not in content but sometimes in im-
plementation, the heavy-handedneas or lack of
tact with which they have been carried out.
IT WAS Jerusalem and Israel's good fortune
I Continued on Page 20-B
"New Years Greetings from
the Officers and Members of
North Broward Section
of
National Council of
Jewish Women
Rosalind Jackson, President."
A Happy New Year To All
Living Reflections
261 E. Commercial Blvd. 772-8006
CALLAHAN
PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTORS
4444 NE 8th Ave.- 772-2911
Happy New Year To Our Jewish Friends
_______ and Customers__________
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Hair Styling
Good Health and
Happiness for the
Coming New Year
formerly Park Barber Shop
All Advanced methods used
3212 W. Broward Blvd. -791-5740
Wide World
Sporting Goods
220 So. University 583-1800
Good Health & Happiness
in the Coming New Year______
Good Health A Happiness
in the coming New Year
Bags N Baubles
Jewelry-Handbags-Accessories
2082 N. University Drive 484-3860
THE HAIRCHASERS
76i W Oakland Park Blvd. -564-9774
Good Health & Happiness
In The Coming New Year
Mechanical Methods
3400 So. Federal Highway524-3679
Good Health & Happiness
for the Coming New Year
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1601 E. Sunrise Blvd. -764-0987
Good Health & Happiness
For The Coming New Year
Happy New Year To All
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, September 16,1^
JfPilSAlem
The Western Wall is one of the most sacred sites in the Jewish faith. An oldHasid kisses the
Wall in a moment of fervent prayer.
Continued from Page 19-B
which had Teddy Kollek come to power only two
years before the city waa dramatically trans-
formed from a sleepy border town to the symbol
of the Arab-Israeli conflict. He was ready to
admit from the outset the great Arab and
worldwide interest in the city while insisting on
exclusive Israeli control.
At the same time, he appreciates the historic
truth that Jerusalem flourishes when the em-
phasis is on human habitation, the living city,
and has declined when it dwindles to the status of
a sacred museum.
I interviewed the mayor in his small private
car. Teddy himself at the wheel. We cavorted
round the new suburbs while he pressed me to
admire each new park, each new cultural or social
institntion. Though the mayor'drives with the
same forthright brashneas which marks hi9
relationship with the world, it ia a rewarding
experience as people greet him cheerfully.
HE ADMITS to fear of the unknown when the
decision was taken immediately after the Six-Day
War to throw open without restraint the two
segments of the city. Now he recognizes that as a
"brave and most wise decision."
He once forecast it would take a generation to
erase the divisions totally. He now thinks it may
take much longer. "But why not? Look at
Belgium or Canada. We don't do so badly for two
national groups living together. Anyway why
should problems always have absolute solutions?
The thing is to learn to live with problems, to
recognize some things as insoluble. What about
Welsh or Scottish separatism."
'Americans and the West generally have a
conscience that their melting pot has not suc-
ceeded. In Jerusalem we don't want to melt the
differences. Not merely the Old City but the city
as a whole has been built on the principle of
different quarters and we hope to emphasize the
Don Ciecio's Italian
Restaurant & Pizzeria
"The Finest"
195 South Pompano Parkway
In the New Loehmnan's Plaza
across from Harness Track
at Palm Aire on Powerline Road & Atlantic Blvd.
Pompano Beach 33064
971-3930
Mr. Don Ciccio and Staff extend Best Wishes
to all Jewish families In Broward and State
for a Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Designs By
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Vinyl Roofs..Seatcovers..
Convertible Tops..
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Best Wishes to all Jewish Families for a Peaceful
and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Florida Financial Marketing Services Inc.
317 Royal Polnclana Plaza, Palm Beach 33480 659-7030
Mr. John Fleming and Entire Organlzaion extend Best Wishes
to Jewish Families in County and State for a Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah


aber 16,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 21-B
each rather than blur the dif-
r,FFS impatiently at the idea of there
J,workable re-drvunon even with
a liwill We know what will happen
> ^mty Look at the intolerance for
lS other minoritiea everywhere in
Krld Give it six weeks and the barbed
Minefields would be up again. Even if
VJS to guarantee an open city you
I .Vinect us to trust the outside world
LdeS on any crucial issue."
Iifnllpk dwells on small things which he
Klv matter above all a new
Tout of the rubble of no-man s land, a
lo pen in the little village of Silwan has
Man Arabic language library.
IF the paradoxes about Jerusalem is the
way the city's Arab population has grown since
1967, as a result of the Israeli policy to cement the
Jewish presence in all sections by building
housing complexes along the former dividing line.
And most of the building workmen are Arab (of
the 366,000 residents 92,000 are Arabs.) This
Teddy Kollt k accepts as part of the world trend
for physical labour to be done by the less
educated, less sophisticated.
But he proclaims proudly half of the city's
sanitation workers and most of the gardeners are
still Jews.
He frankly describes Israeli Governments as
having a "colonial mentality" regarding Jer-
sualem. "I hope the word shocks. It may be the
only way to get results. Israeli Governments are
controlled by people whose background is either
the kibbutz or the Army. They simply did not
understand urban needs. That attitude is sta.
deeply embedded."
We wish
all our friends
a happy/Vand healthy
New/ \Year
Dr. John Seyfert Jr.
400 Northeast Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33308
566-8601
Happy New Year To All...
For You and Yours
"A Happy and Glorious
New Year"
Lucerne
Lakes
olf Course
Ohio Road, Lake Worth 33463
965-2000
Buffone
Internacional
Quality Produce...
Priced to Sell
136 Northwest 15th Avenue,
Pom pa no Beach
974-7370
754-6346
Best Wishes for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
nf MOT,
REUNITED Jerusalem "is not in our pocket,"
he warns. "No one apart from Jews recognizes it
as the Israeli capital. '
For all that he is happy that much has been
done to keep the city on an even keel for the past
ten years and set it in the right direction for the
anticipated political storms. Some years ago he
raised his own concept of a borough system but
he deliberately chooses not to elaborate.
"I can't really' say what revarications will
materialize around the city's future. Two in-
delibly facts are clear. The city will remain united
and the capital of Israel."
Whether it comes first or as he hopes last
on the peace-making agenda, "the main objective
is to nurture an impression that it will not be a
stumbling bloc en route to a settlement, that
within the context of the two basic premises all
kinds of solutions are feasible."
Happy New Year
Compliments of
Drs. Earl & Howard
Barron
2647 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood 33020
Kentucky Fried
Chicken
It's Finger Mckln Good
1403 West Avenue A,
Belle Glade 33430
966-7491
920-7*77
?oug's Auto & Truck Parts
NEW AND USED
2070 Powerline Road, Pompano Beach 33060
972-8440
Mr. 4 Mrs. Doug Crooke
extend Best Wishes to Jewish Families
for a Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah
Wilson's Discount
Drug Store
3231 East Atlantic Blvd.,
Pompano Beach 33061
941-4605
Mr. Fred Steinberg
extends Best Wishes for a
Peaceful and Happy
Rosh Hashanah
(Brretmgs
Lamp Shades Galore
818 North Federal Hwy.,
Ft. Lauderdale 33304
763-4512


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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, September
People ape What you RememBeR
By HAROLD RIB ALOW
PEOPLE. What you remember moat about Is-
rael are its people. Even though much of the land
is historic and there are holy and ancient sites
everywhere, its men, women and, especially, chil-
dren, remain etched sharply in the mind. Not all
are "nice" or admirable or heroic. They seldom fit
the propaganda posters and often they are tired,
Jispirited and like the rest of us in other lands,
wracked with ambition and greed. Nonetheless,
there is a special quality, a uniqueness, thatiteeps
you returning to the land because of them and not
the sights.
A relative of mine is married to a Moraccan
woman, a Jew, by way of Paris. She has two
brothers in Israel and we visited one of them, who
lives with his wife and child in Bet Shemesh a 36-
minute ride by car from Jerusalem. Michel,
now known as Meir, is a handsome, sturdy, rather
happy former Frenchman still in his late twenties
or very early thirties.
He had come to Israel in 1967 to fight in the
Six-Day War and apparently had decided that he
could rise more quickly in Israeli society than m
France, where he was both a Jew and a Moroccan.
As he told me, he thought his son could have far
better opportunities in Israel.
HIS WIFE, Suzanne, had been born in Israel
but her parents, too, are from Morocco Casa-
blanca, a city they still love and remember with
great affection. But in Israel, thev feel more at
home. Suzanne is thin, full of energy and
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recovering from an illness which has forced herto
give up her job the difficult one of cookinj
lunch for more than one hundred employees ot
large industrial company. She raises her su-yeir1
old son and hopes that with the enforced rest ih*
will have another child next year.
Bet Shemesh is a very large town, with govern
ment flats inhabited largely by Oriental Jew,
Meir and Suzanne informed us, with some pride
that a few hundred Russian immigrants are now
living in Bet Shemesh, and we did see a handful of
them walking about the streets rather un
certainly. We had asked them for the specific
building in which our relatives lived and we wen
able to sense immediately that these people knew
no Hebrew and themselves felt they were
strangers in the town. Some Orthodox American
groups were now also coming to live in Bet
Shemesh, another development which apparently
pleases the North African Jews.
THE APARTMENT in which Meir and
Greenstein Trucking
Company
NATIONWIDE HAULING
280 Northwest 12th Avenue,
Pompano Beach 33061
946-3520
Happy New Year To All..
Viking Cleaners
and Laundry
(Formerly Arnold Palmer Cleaners)
701 W. Lantana Rd.
Lantana 33462
586-9667
Happy New Year To All...
Fred Monahan
Furniture & Interiors
Draperies & Interiors
3071NW64thAve.
Sunrise 33321-739-6734
Qood Health & Happiness
For The Coming New Year
Sunshine Custom
Mirrors
Proudly presents
Their Opening Celebration
4326 Peters Road 583-2636
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
Lauderdale Landau Top
4815 Northeast 12th Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale 33334491-7230
Best Withes for
Peace and Happiness
Bekins Moving
& Storage
121 Northwest 11th Street,
Boca Raton, 33432
421-8602
A Healthy & Joyous New Year
The Lingerie Shoppe
216 Commerical Blvd. 776-6685
JUDAIC HERITAGE
The Source for All
your Judaic Needs
Madrid Plaza-7569 W. Oakland Pk.
LauderhillPhone 741 -1955
Best Wishes
YOUR PRINTER
Complete Line of Stationery..
Also Diecutting
2525 Old Okeechobee Rd.
W. Palm Beach 33401
686-8759
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
Lambert Agency
Residential.. .Commercial
RESALE OF CONDOMINIUMS
209 North Seacrest
Boynton Beach 33436-732-1666
Dr. Alan Borensteln and Family
extend Best Wishes for a
Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hoshar
Dr. A/an Borensteii
3001 Northwest 49th Avenue,
Lauderdale Lakes 33313
739-8484
City Nation;
Bank of
Lauderhill
4200 N.W. 16th Street
Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone: Broward County 733-8800
Dade County 9441429
MINIBANK:
5201 N.W. 19th Street
Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone: 484-1800
(fo^c/fr^
Dragon Spriiig
Chinese Restaurant
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Lunch SpecialEarly Bird Dinner
Take Out Service
7451 N.W. 57thSt
Corner Commercial Blvd. A
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Suzanne live i on the very top floor of the very
last house built in a semicircle quite far from the
center of the town. There are no elevators; each
family has many children; the rooms are small.
The children in the street, most of whom speak
French more fluently than Hebrew, are good-
looking and desperate for something to do
(although we were there in the summer and one
must assume they are occupied during the school
year).
When we queried them on the address we
sought, they made it a major project. They
jabbered happily, pushed our car around corners,
offered constant advice and did not leave us alone
until they were satisfied that we had found the
right people and knew just how to get to their flat
on the top floor.
Our relatives, whom we had never met before,
somehow seemed delighted to see us, in part, I
fear, because we were Ashkenazi, or Western
Jews. It made them more important in the eyes of
their neighbors, we saw with some distress. They
were terribly hospitable, offering us special
Moroccan foods, including a delicious mint tea.
They pointed with particular pride to their new
couch, their television set, the heater in the boy's
room (he immediately called us "uncle" and
"aunt" and assured us that the heater kept him
warm in the winter), and the overly colorful wall-
paper and designed rugs on the walls.
Continued on Page 24 B
Mr. John Wesley Moore extends
Best Wishes to all Jewish Families
for a Peaceful and Happy Rosh Hashanah,
John Wesley Moore
311 South County Road,
Palm Beach 33480
655-5785
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Jim* Floridian ofOrt^rForlLauderdaU_
****y. Septan^T
a
Good Wishes On The New Yeor
To The Jewish Community
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Siegel
Best Wishes Compliments of
Mr. Russell
Greene
601 North 44th Avenue,
Hollywood 33021
Best Wishes Compliments of
Mr. James D. Carlton
2750 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach 33402
May (feSowW of rfwttofar
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far a New r*ar of tat
Armand Shutters
1107 North 3rd Avenue
Lake Worth 33460
586-6230
Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Year
Jim Strom's
Fine Used
Furniture
1314 NE 17th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 33306
566-5510
A Happy New Year To All!
DIRECT FROM
NEW YORK
J.C. CANGEMI Professional Hair Stylist
Hair scalp analysis-Hair Replacements
Men & Women
Located at Broadview Barber
and Styling Shop
4353 Peters Rd. (just west of State Rd. 7)
PHONE 584-1771
A Happy Prosperous New Year
PETE MILLER
Trucking
DUMP TRUCKS
5729 North Military Trail,
West Palm Beach 33407
686-8711
South Florida
Golf Association
P.O. Box 5657,
Pompano Beach 33064
942-7200
Compliments of
Mr. Thomas
M. McKeown
RR 1 Box 288V, Delray Beach 33446
499-303?
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Boehm Bros. Sunoc<
Service Station
7200 Taft St., Hollywood 33024
981-9950
South Florida
Leasing & Rentals
200 E. Sunrise Boulevard Phone 764
5992
L'sbono
tonab
tfkoseoa!
Good Health and Happing
In the Coming New Year
Clark's ,
Sales & Service, Inc
Chain Link & Wood Fences
Do-It-Yourself or installed
Commercial-Residential
Free Estimates
22 Years in Business
587-J
58
A Happy New Year To All!
KATREESE
Hair Fashions
Full Service Salon-Hair Design-
Custom cut & Styling-Make-up consultant*
Facials-Manicures
Located in the Sun Plaza
Across From the New Ranch House
2086 N. University Drive
Tues.-Sat. 8:30-5-485-7717
A Happy New Year To All!
TIFFANY'S |
The Total Woman Beauty Salon & Boutique
Blow cuts-waxing-manicures-permanenU
Dresses-long & short
Blouses-Slacks-Handbags-Jumpsuits
1591 N. University Ave. Plantation-587-5700
A Happy New Year To All I
MARCO FLOORINI
We service what we sell
Carpets-Vinyl-Wood-Ceramic Tile
Draperies
3445 N.W. 19th St. Bldg. 8
(furthest from 441)
Quality ServiceProfessional
484-3511
Best Wishes for a Peaceful and
Happy Rosh Hashanah
Caribbean i
Radiator Service
4912 Georgia Avenue,
West Palm Beach 33405
582-4538
Delray Beach
Farm Supply Inc.
1701 West Atlantic Avenue,
Delray Beach 33444
276-5282
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