The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 15, 1977 · Page 36
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Section II Page Thirteen HEED A TdAID?.' for a day, a week, or whatever? We deliver. You're the boss. Reasonable rates. HOUSEHOLD MAIOTEMKCE SERVICE ... 562-4690 NEW YEAR GREETINGS it o 55 IS-' I? t if if s 1 i hZ f if pi ISRAEL BALLET The Milwaukee Council of B'nai B'rith Women and the Living Arts Management will present the Israel Ballet at 8 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7 at the Performing Arts Center. Founded in 1967, this will be the Ballet's first US tour. Ticket prices for this benefit performance range from $25 for patrons, to $8, with proceeds going to the various agencies and programs of B'nai B'rith Women. For further information, call 352-8122. 5P Imperial Magnavox Five Milwaukee Locations Extends Most Sincere New Year Greetings To its many - Friends and Customers ZOA Raps Plans To Sail Arms to Arabs, CO ment in Saudi Arabia which, as it gains military expertise and power, may result in internal upheaval in that medieval nation. An upheaval which, judging by experience in other Arab nations may hurt the United States and Western interests." Rabbi Sternstein called upon the Administration to give careful consideration to this matter and voiced the hope that "an enlightened public opinion and a responsive Congress would stop this unconscionable thrust in American foreign policy." 8pecial to The ChronlcU New York Rabbi Joseph P. Sternstein president of the Zionist Organization of America recently denounced - proposals that. the United States sell advanced aircraft (F-15's) to Saudi Arabia, charging that such a sale would, "upset the balance of power in the Middle East" by tilting the arms scales against Israel, and by unbalancing inter-Arab . relationships. - v Rabbi Sternstein, president of the 120,000 member organization called the plan "detrimental to American interests." He said that, "while some may use subterfuge by saying that it will help peace, it will in fact harden the Arab position and instead of aiding peace it could well bring on war. "The United States has had experience in other areas," said Rabbi Sternstein, "even in Arab countries, where countless millions in American arms have found their way into the hands of the enemies of the United States. "In addition," he noted, "the United States is now building up a new military establish HAPPY NEW YEAR SIDNEY PERSSION REAL ESTATE MILWAUKEE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Now Attention Focused On Sophardic Jows' Problems Our Sincere Wishes for a Happy, Prosperous and Peaceful New Year Li Robert A. Polacheck Harold Wolfe Mark E. Brickman Samuel D. Dickman back burner, the spokesman said. . "For the American Jewish Leadership, who until recently were not fully, aware of either the. cultural or social dif ferences between the . Ash-' kenazi and Sephardi in Israel, the added focus on the plight of Sephardim is fast becoming a major issue in the fundraising campaign in the United States," the spokesman added. According to American Sephardi Federation President 1 Liliane Winn, who hosted the -celebration . together with Stephen Shalom of New York and Raymond Mallei of Los Angeles, "Never have the chances been greater for a successful solution to the social gap than they are today. The joint efforts of leading American givers and the good will and concern of Israel's new leadership make the best possible combination for the elimination of this plague." Gary Stein - Jerome Hogan - Myrna J. Cohen Max J. Rasansky - Suzan Bernhard Gordon A. Meggison - John M. McGuire luiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimimiiiuif AiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiirl Special to The Chronicle New York Israel's burning social problems and her social gap, primarily affecting the country's Sephardi majority, are achieving unprecedented attention both in the new Is- -raeli government and among' key Readers in'the UnitedTJew-ish Appeal, a spokesman for the American Sephardi Federation reported. . . At the recent International General ,Assembly of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, three members of the American Sephardi Federation : Presidium, including World Sephardi Federation President Nessim D. Gaon, hosted a traditional Sephardi celebration at the Jerusalem Hilton to bring attention to Israel's pressing social needs.- The attendance at the celebration included Prime Minister Menahem Begin, General Ariel Sharon and Prof. Yigal Yadin. The roster of guests from the United States included . newly elected UJA General Chairman Leonard Strelitz, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the "Jewish Agency Max Fisher, UJA President Frank R. Lautenberg, UJA Vice Chairman Gordon Zacks, UJA Executive Vice Chairman Irving Bernstein, Chairman of the American Friends of Hebrew University Sam Rothberg and some 300 other guests. Begin, speaking at the Hilton, said that the social gap ' would be a major focus of his government. This contrasts sharply with actions of previous governments, which had at best kept the problem on the Mount Sinai All the customs of the wedding ceremony derive from the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. The bridegroom is led first to the canopy just as God, who is considered the bridegroom of Israel, came first to Mount Sinai before the children of Israel approached. Tdrah means ( Jobs for the Unemployed Housing for the Elderly) and the Poor Freedom from Discrimination for Blacks, Latins! Native Americans and Jews The essence of Judaism is A better life for all People The New Year will have Many Serious Concerns All of us must do what we can to make a better World IlillH Have a Good Year Ed - Al - Bob a Burt Zlen Families 1 1 - 1 -'- - -'J

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