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The Jewish Floridian
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Post Office Warns: Watch for letter bombs
WASHINGTON (JTA) An alert to all postal sta-
tions lo be on the lookout for "terrorist letter bombs in
the mail stream" was published in the Postal Bullet
the U45. Postal Service here.
The alert contains a detailed description of letter
"addre sed to Israeli officials In this country or V<
Am ricans of known close ties to Israel."
THE AI.EKT. in the Nov. 2i) issue states:
"Although most of the letter bombs which hi
sent bj terrorists to targets in the United State. hav<
I in tails, n me of these bomb has explode I ".
cept in t;' cess ol being opened. The two
i r t the inw : be
from the vi ipi r for the detonating mechanl m
Continued on Page "A
"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE WISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 51
Miami, Florida Friday, December 21, 1973
Five Sections Price r2.0r
'Israel Must Exit,' Henry Tells Profs
FINDING SUCCESSFUL GLOBAL FORMULA
Arabs Penetrate Germany;
Fearab' Units in L. America
NEW YORK (JTA) The Arab states
have taken another major step toward their goal
of denying Latin American political support to
Israel by organizing the region's large Arab com-
munities it was reported by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
A newly created federation of
Arab entities of the Americas
(Fearab-Amcrica) will create
Arab roof organizations in each
Latin American country and serve
as the coordinating body for these
national Fearab groups in Latin
America.
THE DECISION' to create
Fearab-America was taken at a
meeting of the first Arab Pan-
American Congress, convened in
Buenos Aires in October by the
government of Syria.
The resolution of the congress
calling for the creation of the
Continued on Page 6 A
LONDON (JTA) Alexander Ginsburg,
general secretary of the Council of Jews in Ger-
many, said here that "We are facing a grave prob-
lem of Arab penetration into West Germany,
which means violent anti-Israel and anti-Jewish
activity.
"Their method is simple. They
go to East Germany, where they
are welcome guests, and then
they buy a ticket on the under-
ground and come from East Ber-
lin to West Berlin.
"WE KNOW that all told some
9.000 young Arabs. Palestinians
and others of various groups, but
all violently and intemperately
anti-Israel and anti-Jewish, have
come this way to West Germany.
'We have approached the Brit-
ish. French and American com-
manders of West Berlin.
"I cannot give you the details
PRESIDENT SADA1
Continued on Page 6 A
Sadat Firings Victor for Moderates
RIGHT-WING VOCAL AGAIN
Anti Semitic Backlash
To Energy Crisis Feared
By BEN GALLOB
JTA Shaff Writer
NEW YORK Jewish commu-
nity relations experts have re-
ported that despite widespread
fears among American, Jews of
an anti-Semitic backlash stem-
ming from the energy crunch
there has been no evidence to
date of any significant anti-Sem-
itic reaction in the United States
stemming from the energy crisis.
There was also agreement
among spokesmen for four na-
tional community relations agen-
cies 'hat scattered incidents, sug-
gest' '% such a development, re-
quired attention and they re-
ported that their agencies were
keening a close watch.
THESE INCIDENTS have in-
clude' anti-Jewish bumper stick-
ers and hostile editorials and let-
Continued on Page 10-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Im-
portant political significance was
seen here in President Anwar Sa-
dat's firing of the Egyptian Army
Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Saadeddin
Shazli on the eve of the Geneva
peace conference and his replace-
ment by Maj. Gen. Mohammed
Gemassi, the chief Egyptian nego-
tiator at the Kilometer 101 cease-
fire talks.
The major reshuffling of the
Egyptian high command, which
included the firings of the com-
manders of the Second and Third
Armies, was viewed in Israeli
circles as an important victory
for President Sadat and his pol-
icy of negotiation.
SHAZLI AND a group of army
officers around him had been out-
Contlnuea on Page 6-A
Hijack 'Shock' to State Dep't.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The state .Department has related
the "vicious attack" by Arab Pal-
estinian terrorists at Rome air-
t and iheir subsequent hijack-
ing f a Lufthansa plan? to the
t-raeli peace conference ex-
pected to open in Geneva Friday.
"Th" U.S. government deplores
incidents such as this at any
time," it declared, "and partic-
ular'' it a time when a peaceful
sett ml of the Middle East
question, a factor apparently in
the i ids of the terrorists, is be-
hi by manv peace-loving
n nents and individuals."
' ti.s NEW outrage under
lint the urgent necessity to
s.i en the civil aviation se-
cut measures throughout the
world," it said in a statement
read to the press by spokesman
Paul Hare.
Department officials who had
'ong sought measures In the UN
(I. other intcrna'ional fornn *
combat such terror expn
hock at the wanton killings and
arnage shown by the Arab ter-
rorists at Rome's Leonardi Da
Vinci Aii-port Monday.
JERUSALEM 'JTA) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
privately told a group of American Jewish intellectuals and aca-
demicians in Washington recently that the United States expected
withdrawal and demilitarization to be the first major issues to bo
dealt with at the Geneva peace conference and that Israel would
have to pull back to its prc-1967 borders with only minor adjust-
ments.
The secretary of state told the group that he hoped to push
the Geneva talks along at a brisk pace dealing with one issue at
a time and hoped the conference could be concluded within two
to four months.
THIS WAS reported Sunday by Maariv correspondent Yuval
Elizur, who is presently visiting the United States. Elizur said
Continued on Page 8-A
ISRAEL WILL ATTEND
Kissinger Sees Meir
On Way to Geneva
w
Davan Sees No U.S. Pressure 3-A
Bv GIL SEl'DAN
And YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Sec-
retary of Siate Henry A. Kis-
singer left Israel Monday after
successfully persuading its gov-
ernment to set aside mounting
reservations over the Geneva
peace conference and agree to
attend the opening session now
scheduled for Friday.
At the end of a visit of barely
21 hours, which included more
than 10 hours of intensive closed-
door discussions with Israeli lead-
ers, Kissinger was able to an-
nounce "complete agreement
about procedures and terms of
references of the opening of the
conference."
THIS WAS confirmed by Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, who announced that Pre-
mier Golda Meir had requested
him to proceed to Geneva to head
the Israeli delegation. Kissinger,
and Eban who accompanied him
to Lod Airport, used such words
as "warmth," friendship,'" and
"harmony" to describe the meet-
ings which began in Jerusalem
shortly after Kissinger's arrival
late Monday, continued well into
the night, and were resumed for
four hours Tuesday morning.
Kissinger gave assurances that
Continued on Page 2-A
Waldheim Set to Chair
Middle East Peace Talks
GENEVA (WNS) UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim
will be the chairman when the Arab-Israeli peace conference opens
at the UN European headquarters, "Le Palais des Nations."
Earlier, the non-aligned mem-
bers of the Security Council had
urged that Waldheim preside at
the conference as they sought a
greater role for the UN in the
talks initiated by the United
States and the Soviet Union.
SECRETARY OF State Henry
A. Kissinger will arrive at the
conference after visiting Algeria,
Saudi Arabia. Jord in, Syria and
Kr.-iel. Soviet F >reign Minister
Andrei Gr '''' -
tiled lo particlnnt ;n the con-
fi rence a* are r-- f rel m minis-
ters of Israel, '' i Syria and
Jordan
The conference is xpe I to
Continued on Pace 3-A
UN SECRETARY WALDHEIM


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Kissinger on Way to Geneva
Continued from Pago 1A
I Geneva "the United Slates will
maintain the closest contact with
the government ">f Israel through-
nit the negotiations."
Both lie and Kban. as they
-hook hands, said ihey lookei
forward, to meodn j again in Go-
leva at the end of the week.
Exactly what transpired during
the intensive round of talks in
Jerusalem and a midnight to :i
i hi. Cabinet mooting was not
lisclosed, Israel's hesitation ovei
the Geneva conference was at
tributed i<> concern that it would
leeome a UN-controlled event
weighted in favor of the Arabs.
KISSINGKK apparently sue
i ceded in allaying some or most
Israeli fear- But there were indi-
cations that he and the Israel
: ailcrs still do n.it
on all matt 'n.
see eye to e\
in hi- remarks at Lod A'rpori
Kissinger stated sneciflcal'y, "W
also agreed that the openin
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be over the problem of the sep-
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disengagement of Israeli and
Egyptian forces along the Suez
ceasefire lines.
Euan confirmed this, but went
on to remark that Ihe problem nl
tha separation of forees will be
taken up sometime after Jan. l
following Israeli elections which
take Place Dec. 31.
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Friday, December 21, 1973
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Page 3-A
Day an Insists There's No U.S. Pressure
llv I'SAl.FM (.ITA) The
i li government stiffened ii
un that it will not enter in
to peace negotiations unless and
until Syria produces .1 li-i of Is
prisoners of war it h
ami allows tui' Red 1 iross to visit
them in accordance with thi 1
quirements of the Geneva Con
Vent
That decision was submitted to
the Knesset in the lorm of a mo-
tion presented by Defense Minis
ter Moshe Dayan on the govern
incut's behalf.
THE MOTION also stated that
once Syria complied. Israel would
insist that the first item on thr
agenda of talks with Syria should
be a POW exchange.
The Knesset voted by majority
to send the motion to committee.
It rejected a motion by the Likud
opposition faction for a full dress
debate on the subject of POWs
and their treatment.
Dayan, who returned from a
brief visit to the U.S., said the
POW exchange itself was not a
pre-condition to peace talks with
Syria only the lists and visits
were.
HE SAID he knew that U.S.
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer with whom he met in
Washington raised the issue when
he visited Damascus earlier this
week, and that Kissinger was met
with cool indifferences.
Davan said the Syrians mur
dered Israeli POWs in 42 attested
cases, some of them long aftei
Waldheim \
Will Chair
Geneva Talk
L'ontinned from Page 1-A
last three or four days, according
to sources here, and then is ex
pi c*< .1 to be adjourned until
sometime in the second part ol
January
Kissinger is expected to pr
side over ti'.e Janu iry meeting In
Tel Aviv, Israeli ambassador to
Washington Simcha Dinitz ar
rived for a Cabinet session deal
irrg with the peace cenference an
said that the U S. does not want
a weak Israel at the talks and i
taking stews to assure that Israel
is not weak.
IN 'JERUSALEM. Israeli Pri
niicr Galda Meir continued to
threaten durin" > noliHcal speech
that th" conference might not
even take place. She said a peace
settlement will be reached only
if both rides r :e that the
other hn= "cnill needs," bu*
Pl,. ,>,. 1 <> <\ the Arabs would
lake that line.
nir;. Meir said there was no
A.nertcan pressure on Israel but
that during her visit to the United
States in October she had a "dif-
ficult and severe argument" with
a rprmn whose identity she d'H
not rwe 1 .i-anwhi'e, Israelis b"
lieve th-t Ff'Dtian President An-
wsr c-H-.t 1' have a frcr hand
at th-> ......"-onre a= a result of
his firing Armv Chief of Staff
Lt. Gen. Saadeddin Shazil and re-
placing his with Maj. Gen. Mo-
hammed Oemassi. the chief Egyp-
tian n""*:^tr"- M the Kilometer
101 ceasefire talks.
Sadat also fired the command-
er? ,' :' Second and Third Ar-
mies fo, "Tiil'tarv mistakes."
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them wounded prisoners.
He said. id knew of c |
where 5j soldiers con nitt 1
atrocities on the bodies ol Is-
raeli soldiers i>:,th living and
dead. Day in claimed then'
1'4 attested cases ol POWs mur-
dered by Egypti ins Israel's first
complaint filed with the tt< I
Cross, mentioned 28 eases).
DAYAN SAID that nearlj all
Israeli POWs in !:.> ptian bands
had been tortured and some ol
the wounded were delib ; I
left to die.
He said the top echelon- 1 [
the Egyptian armj were aware
of the treatment accorded Israeli
POWs. He cited an order ot the
day by the Egyptian chief of stall
to his troops exhorting them "to
kill and to have no pity."
Egyptian POWs In Israeli hand-
said their orders were 10 kill all
Israeli soldiers, including thos >.
who offered to surrender. Dayan
said.
On his return from the U.S..
however, Dayan told newsmen at
Lod Airport. "1 do not think that
we should not go to Geneva be-
cause of these crimes committed
by the Egyptians."
On the other hand, he said, the
situation surrounding Israeli
POWs in Syrian hands overshad-
ows the Geneva conference.
TOR US 11 ia a -in--:; in ol
principli. bul the 1 -s we talk
about it the bi tter," Dayan said
The Defense Minister said
here was "no pressure" b
put ui Israel an 1 lhal he heard
nothing in Wash n jton (,f any :
conditions Israel had to compl) 1
with before the Geneva confer '
ence.
"The Am rii ins un li I in '
whal we urgentl) 11 ed In respect
1 arm-." Dayan
lie gaid his d ions on that
matter with D ;l >nse Set n tar;
James R Schlc in jer and his
.\\<\c^ were verj detailed,
"When the Russia ns c intinue I
to supply the Arabs with modern'
and sophisticated arms, we should ;
have the right to answer \' I am
satisfied with mj talk.-, in Amer
iea. The Americans understand
what we need and reveal .-ynipa
th>- toward our requests," Dayan
said.
ASKED ABOUT the presence'
of Russian observers with the UN
forces on the Israeli-Egyptian
ceasefire lines and whether that
presaged a further Soviet involve-
ment in the region. Dayan re-
ported that there are no Russian
combat units here.
"There are observers from Rus
sia as there ar" from the U.S.
Russian observers are here
and that' am not u
to thi future acti\ Ity ol the Rus
sians." i.gft
Dayan ; I rlaboi ate on
the results of hi- talks wit
\ aerican officials. He insiste
how 1 vt r, that there was no coi
ncction between his talks wil
Kissingei and the latter's
pti n a n
rhi 10 phj sit al 1 mi
lion, not were there clai
tions," he raid
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Out of Tiwn Upon Recjuest
4 s the days fly by toward the '
already lonce postponed Ge-
neva conference (it would not be
surprising if there .were other
p -iy mi ments), the question I
not whethi r Israel will have I i
rritorial concessions, but ,
how many,
Iging from the peripatetic
. and his magic flying
the answer may very .
well be ihat Israel will have to
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Volume 46
Friday, December 21, 1973
Number 51
26 KISLEV 5734
iHecHee^iNqsecnoN
A Chanukali Miracle
Needed Once Again
The Feast of the Lights, Chanukah, has never had
so much contemporary significance to us in recent
years as it does today.
Mcdern Israel has cleansed her sanctuajy of the
unclean, but the hordes continue to stand at bay,
waiting to desecrate it again.
At the same time, metaphorically, there is only
one day's supply of sanctified oil, but an eight-day's
supply is needed.
This lack was at the root of Israel's slew recov
ery frcm the Yom Kippur attack upon her. She had
to save her bullets, save her guns, nurture her planes
and tanks for the longer haul. She could not commit
her supply to one mighty counteratta
Needed is a new Chanukah miracle a tiny, be-
leaguered Israel capable of standing up to a world of
enemies, a world c! those who would desecrate her
temple again.
Mattathias and the Maccabees they are there
on the battlefields. But Israel has her own sort of oil
crisis that today's, celebration of Chanukah makes
particularly meaningful.
So Much for Geneva
We think that the spirit of Geneva, if there will be a
Geneva, is best exemplified by the following:
In a statement in the lobby of the State Department in
Washington after a 90-minute meeting with Dr. Kissinger.
Saudi Arabia's oil baron, Sheikh Yamani, declared:
"Well. I think so many Arab leaders have announced
they are prepared to recognize Israel and to sign a peace
treaty, the existence of Israel is not a guestion."
In other words, Sheikh Yamani went on record de-
claring that of course, and under the right circumstances
(presumably Israeli withdrawal from the occupied terri-
tories and recognition of the Palestinians), the Arabs are
perfectly willing to recognize the national integrity of the
State of Israel.
But over a broadcast of the CBS television program,
"Face the Nation," the same Sheikh Yamani declared:
"Saudi Arabia will not recoanize Israel even if there is a
peace settlement and Israel withdraws to the pre-1967
borders."
So much for Geneva.
Acad
emv's 26th Anniversary
Greater Miamiar.s will celebrate the Hebrew Acad-
emy's 26th anniversary at an annual =cholarship banquet
Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hots!.
The Academy is one cf severe! all-day schools In c-r
com:- n in both Hel
end English studies.
. S
an enrol I some 1.009, be-
on the elerne I ve] m :r.io:
and senior high school for both boys and g
Th~ Hebrew Academy has long Bince made its mark
cf excellence in scholarship judged by Dcde County and
Florida State standards.
These who attend the affair Sunday night in honor
of the school's 26th anniversary will be paying tribute to
an important educational center in our community and its
dedicated leaders.

give it all back and return to her
pre-1967 borders. This, despite
her brave words about Jerusalem,
Sharm el-Sheikh and Golan.
IV THAI.-is true, it uoold con-
stitute a major policy change
from the last agonizing day- of
the Johnson administration an I.
indeed, from the early Nixon
y< .us in the presidency.
No one ever doubted leasj |
all the Israelis themselves,
a good deal of the territory they
occupied in the Six-Day War
would at some future date ho
returned to their respective Arab
owners.
in tact, the Israelis have never
tiied to hide that most of what
they occupied was painfully ex-
pensive and purposeless for them
11 maintain.
WHAT THEY were aiming at
was a genuine peace agreement
in return for giving these terri-
tories back.
Now. at Geneva. Dr. Kissingi
will be changing all that. He will
be forcing Israel to return the.-.
territories without any real re
onciliation with the Arabs let
alone peace. He will be setting
up a new Vietnam.
Reckoned in these terms, he
will be reversing U.S. policy since
the 1967 war, which was. despite
various readings of UN Resolu-
tion 242, that the Arabs would
have to accept some significant
border rectifications as a price
for their repeated aggressions
against the Israelis.
The Kissinger attempt at a
policy reversal is obviously what
was behind the first Geneva con-
ference postponement the
growing awareness in Israel uf
Continued on Page 11 A
COMMENT
%\ edwaki) mm

IT IS not only Israel which has
critical choices today which will
determine the Jewish future.
While the life-and-death confron-
tation is not as imminent for
American Jewry, it too has Imme-
diate challenges at least to
understand that choices must now
be made so that there will be
an American Jewish future.
No one of us no matter how
hostile to Zionism or apathetic
about the fate of the Stale of Is-
rael can deny that our lives
and interests are intertwined, and
that what happens to one must
affect the other. Yet there are
differences which need to be re-
conciled, both here and abroad
in terms of our internal struc-
tures, failing which we are in
even deeper trouble.
ISRAELS LEADERS will work
out their own problems, as they
must. The same holds true for
American Jewish leaders and how
difficult a task that is was illu-
minated for those who pursued
an article on the trade bill to
some oh^cure paragraphs on an
le page of the New York
Times last week.
The Nixon administration l"t
it be known it would veto the bill
Mined anti-Soviet pi
in it that American Jews
I si a > lar.
I the threat
;m
.. ..-.;;- ., in a S
C mmitt
LET !!IL
lr. Peter
lit to pers
talk 1 Sen
rj M Jackson. He i
original sponsor of the em
tion provisions and is no
friend of detente with the Soviet
Union. The idea was that the Jew-
ish leaders would convey to Sen.
Jackson their awareness of the
importance of the trade bill and
the delicacy of the Middle East
situation.
"While the Jewish leaders did
not formally abandon their sup
port of the anti Soviet amend-
ments, they did confer with Sen.
Jackson to see if something could
be worked out. They found him
adamant more adamant than
they were."
STILL QUOTING from the
Times' article: "He reportedly
turned to one of them and said:
"You don't represent the real feel
ings of the Jewish community.'
The leaders left convinced they
had better maintain full support
for the amendment."
It is not my purpose to com
ment on Sen. Jackson's chutzpah,
despite the close relationship he
has had for many years with the
Jewish establishment, for it would
have been just as valid to -,iv
that the opposite is true and that
would be chutzpah, too. for one
of the big questions of our time
is who and whit really repre-
sents this American Jewish com-
munitv of ours.
IN THE latest edition of the
North American Students Net-
work, issue is taken with a state
ment fiat 'The community n
i" Ij as never before."
The answer bv one of the si i
dents \ <
immunih
incial
I

- I nee all its i
,: gh tha
contr .1 of i".. re funds."
NOT ALL wisdom imes out of
the mouth of babas. Let's face it:
Jewish generosity is a myth when
it comes to the great mass of us
Something like five per cent of
our people give 85 per cent of
the Federation funds and an ap-
pallingly small number give any
thing at all to the Combined
Jewish Appeal or the Israel
Emergency Fund.
Money, of course, should not
be the only yardstick of leader-
ship or influence but neither can
it be ignored for the person who
can but does not give has no
place in the structure, either.
HAVING GRANTED that
without reservation, I assure you
I must express my concern
that American Jewish leadership
is not able, or willing, to recog-
nise as Israel must that we
are faced with a new ball game
today. It is one that cannot be
played either with the old rules
or with the imposition of new
ones that docs not bring into the
decision-making process other
views than those of the establish
ment which seems determined
only how to use "the greater
power it now has through the
control of more funds."
Our local Federation has taken
Steps in the past two years and.
more particularly, in recent
months, which has caused con-
cern and alarm among some of
the institutions and agei
which make up the Jewish com-
munity. In the area of Jewish
' ducatl mi. where high hopes had
i
years, th re api in e
d ,',! is ,; |
in-
ith the you ig
I I his '
"If we an
nal
ol Ami rican Jewry, we need dis-
sension as never beforeU'
But we certainly need leader-
ship which will address itself to
the difficult days ahead in con
cert with those who have the cre-
dentials that require their in-
volvement.


Friday, December 21, 1973
i-JenisHFtcrirf/an
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Chanukah and Yom Kippur Equal '73 Wa
rrHE RECENT Middle East con-
frontation, which will be re-
membered in Jewish history as
the "Yom Kippur War," was ini-
tiated by Arab aggressors on the
holiest of Jewish holidays the
Day of Atonement. News of the
shocking invasion reached the
Israelis as they prayed in their
synagogues and consequently, the
soldiers were delayed in joining
their respective units on the
frontline*.
It was not coincidental that tin-
Syrian and Egyptian troops chose
Yom Kippur for their attack
They were following a long-es
tablished pattern of assaultinp
Jewish communities on the Sab
bath or other significant holidays
The Encyclopaedia Judaica re
lates such a tragic incident from
the davs of the Syrian king, Anti
ochus IV Epiphanes who ruled
from 175 to 164 BCE.
ANTIOCHUS, OFTEN referred
to as "Epimanes" (madman), co
erced the Jews under penalty of
death ,-to depart from the law
of their fathers and to cease liv
ing by the laws of God."
Further, the sanctuary in Jeru
salem was to be polluted and
called after Zeus Olympius." Th-
2 Book Maccabees continues to
relate how Antiochus' inationa'
cruelty resulted in the revolt of
the Maccabees, and the subse
fluent consecration of the temple
[n Jerusalem, which is celebrated
on Chanuka to this very day.
Antiochus, infuriated because
the Romans had forced him out
Of Egypt, sent on? of his loaders
Apollonios, on an ostensibly
fill mission to Jerusalem.
Suddenly, however, as the Jews
were observing the Sabbath and
thus completely defenseless. Apol
lonios' troops savagely attacked
killing all the men, gathering the
women and children to be sold
into slavery, and destroying mosl
of the city, including its sur-
rounding walls.
A SECOND incident, occurring
in the same period, depicting the
irreverent aggression against the
Jews, is recounted in the 1. Book
Maccabees. The Hassideans (pious
ones) were, according to the En-
cvclopaedia Judaica, "exposed to
torture and death for their re-
fUBUSHER'S CREDIT
. ''Jerusalem Finally United
But Teddy's Struggle to
Hold Her a Tough One," by
Yoel Marcus, on Page 6-D of
this Chanukah Edition of
The. Jewish Floridian, first
appeared in Israel Magazine
and II published with the per-
mission of Israel Magazine,
New York and Tel Aviv.
fusal to desecrate the Sabbath
and other Jewish observances
they formed the nucleus of the
Macabbcan revolt." *
Under the command of the
Syrian Philippos, troops of sol-
diers surrounded a group of caves
which functioned as Hassidean
headquarters. He ordered the pi-
ous Jews to abandon their caves
and desecrate the Sabbath. The
Hassideans refused and were
slaughtered by the Syrians.
THE ULTIMATE result of this
sequence was, according to the
Encyclopaedia Judaica, Matta-
thias' decision to permit defen-
sive military action on the Sab-
bath which was approved by
the Pharisaic school. "The dot-
trine, as it appears in the 1. Book
Maccabees (2:41), states. "'Who
soever attacks us on the Sabbath
day, let us fiaht against him.'-'
In reference to the tractate
Eruvin of Mishna. Tosefta and
both Talmuds, the Encyclopaedia
Judaica points out. "If Gentiles
come to attack Jewish cities, it is
permitted to go out with arms
and desecrate the Sabbath; this
applies only if they are bent on
hostilities which endanger lives,
but if their purpose is only to
take spoil, it is forbidden. If,
however, they move against towns
near the border, even if only to
take chaff or stubble, it is per-
mitted to go out against them
with arms and desecrate the Sab-
bath."
FURTHER AS observed in the
Encyclopaedia Judaica's section
entitled "Kedushah," "war,
since it is carried out under the
aegis of God as man of war' (Ex
13:3>. is service rendered to Him.
In his martial activity the war-
rior enters the sphere of the holy
and becomes subject to the par-
ticular prohibitions incumbent
upon those directly involved in
that sphere (I Sam. 21:5-7; II
Sam. 11:11). This concept serves
as the basis of the verbal usage
"to consecrate war.'"
Foriss To Receive Award At
Dec. 30 Scholarship Boll
The South Dade Hebrew Acad-
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Gurion Humanitarian Award to
WCKT newscaster Wayne Farias at
the school's annual Scholarship
Ball Sunday, Dec. 30, at the Eden
F.oc Hotel. Miami Beach.
Dr Melvvn Greenstein, presi-
dent,' said films of Fariss" Middle
East experiences will highlight the
Scholarship Bail. Attorney General
Robert Shevin will be guest speak-
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Victory for Moderates
A large delegation of leaders from Miami's Jewish commu-
nity attended the 1974 United Jewish Appeal's annual Inaug-
ural Conference in New York early this month. Among the
Jewish leaders attending the conference were foim:r Israeli
ambassador to the U.S., Avraham Harman, president of the
Hebrew University, and Gerald S. Colburn, national UJA
chairman. Together for the presentation of a portion of
Miami's Israel Emergency Fund commitment were (left to
light) Mr. Harman; Mr. Colburn; Harry A. Levy, 1973 CJA
IFF campaign chairman and advisor to the 1974 campaign
chairman, and Robert Russell immediate past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and an advisor to the
1974 CJA-IEF chairman.
'Fearab9 Units Spring Up
'In Latin America Campaign
< ontinucd from Page 1-A
continental Fearab-Amcrica de-
scribed it as "the link with the
Arab countries, transmitting *o
the Federations all of their in-
si motions and desires."
i The Vrab population in Latin
America, variously estimated at
round three-million, is consid-
erably larger than the Jewish
population of approximately 850,
ooo. .Vrab propagandist! have, in
the past, progressed slowly in
their efforts to convert the
population into partisans
Arab cause in the Middle Boil.
THE FIRST Arab Par. A ner-
icmi Congress adopted a 15-|
program, some of which
cultural programs such a tiv es-
tablishment of Fi idship
Houses. Arab universities, and
the sending of government of
ficials to visit Arab countries.
Other programs are designed to
intensity the use of economics as
a weapon in the Arab nations" bat-
tle to win 'he political support of
tii- I -din American governments.
Their plan calls for the crea
tion of investment and security
firms, Arab national banks. Arab
national chambers of commerce in
each country,
IN ORDER to directly influ-
ence public opinion, the congress
instructed Fearab-America to or-
ganiie commercial corporations.
public relati >n i, tourism, informa-
tion and the publication of news-
papers, magazines, radio and tel-
e\ ision
spoki i) in demanding renewal of
the war by Egypt and were op-
posed to the Geneva conference.
His ouster is expected to give
Sadat a freer hand at the peace
parlej.
The dismissals of Shazli and of
Maj. Gens. Woneira Khal.l and Ab
Arabs in Bonn
Continued from Page l-.V
of our conversations with them
but I can say that they all take
;l ,.,-., ;. -,f the situation.
"AS REGARDS the British and
French commandants, they can-
not act of course without instruc-
tions front their respective for-
eign offices, and they had no
instructions whatsoever when we
talked to them, although the
problem is not unknown in Lon
don and Paris."
TauJj New President of ATS
NEW YORKHenry Taub. foun
der and board chairman of Auto-
matic Data Processing. Inc.. one
of America's leading computer
software firms, is the new presi-
dent of the American Society for
Technion-Israel Institute of Tech-
nology. He succeeds Laurence A.
risen, board chairman and chief
executive officer of Loew's Corp..
who has led the nationwide organ-
ization for the past two years.
Music By Feldmans
Temple Menorah Sisterhood has
slated its Chanukah supper for
Sunday evening in the Crimson
Room. A full course dinner will
be served and Nito and Nora Feld-
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respectively, was motivated pri-
marily In the ".military mistakes
that allowed an Israeli task force
to punch a hole through Egyptian
lines and establish a salient on
the efit bank of the Suez Canal
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AFTER THAT fiasco, the Egyp-
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Sue/ Canal in the first hours of
the war and the initiative went
to Israeli forces.
Sadat is said to believe that
Shazli supplied him with incor-
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the Israeli breakthrough. Sadat
is also believed to hold Shazli di-
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failure to follow up the initial
success of its Oct. 6 gurprij
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Sinai.
sha/li's successor. Gemassi, has
been a rising star in the Egyptian
military hierarchy. His conduct
as chief of operations at general
headquarters and as chief
tiator at Kilometer 101. recently
won the praise of the war minis-
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ommended him for the chief of
staff position.
GEN. AHARON Yam', Israel-
chief negotiator at the Kilometer
101 talks, spoke well of Gemassi
He described the 43-year-old
Egyptian officer as a pleasant
man with a sense of humor. "He
is a person one can talk to and
yet he can be very tough in ne-
gotiations," Yariv said.

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Friday, December 21, 1973
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US. Post Office Warning: Watch Out for Letter Bombs
ConUnucC from Paw 1,\ ,h. United States addreaed to Israeli official, in this coun
aulCa!l,I.a^h.h,,irfUn0'ul,Cd condi,ion' letter bomb. ,l-v.,or >" Americans 0/ known Close ties to Israel were
3d ZT fwl,hs,andi"S the rigors of handling m? wiinoui detonation. m luium.-
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Israelis Fear What Future
dresses both typed and handwritten and contained thin,
iiai strips of plastic explosive wrapped in sheets of lettei
piper. maUnfi a packet of the thickness of a bulk) letter."
The notice reported that more recent bombs addressed
to British officials and mailed from Paris were contained
in thin paperback books.
Holds, Says U.S. Law-Maker
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Benjamin S, ftosenthal (D.-
N.V.) just back from an official
congressional trip to Israel. Vien-
na and Geneva as head of the
House Foreign Affairs Subcom-
mittee for Europe, said here that
for the first time the people of
Israel have "a deep apprehension
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home orfcall him a taxi if they feel
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The Jayeees are printing wallet
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holic tolerance of people of vari-
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the card is a reminder to "do a i
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the future holds for
of what
them.
"They know that Ihe Russians
will not let them have the victory
for which they paid in blood."
he said.
"THEY ARE grateful to the
United States for resupplying
them with weapons."
Rut. he added, the Israelis are
also "deeply concerned about
U.S. intentions, and must be
reassured. The JJ.fi. can urge
oeaee." he said, but the Israels
feel "only.a peace negotiated be-
tween the parties can last."
Secretary of Sts'e Henry A
Kissinger's promise of a U.S.
military guarantee to Israel, he
said, is insufficient to the Israelis
because they have "little guaran-
tees and thav feel they must de-
pend, on themselves."
Tlflf U.S.. he said, must take
the lead in showing the world
? hat the Aral) oil blackmail can-
not succeed. "The European back
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"For the first time that I know
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"The Meir government is undei
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Friday, December 21, 1973
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Fulbright Raps $2.2 Billion Aid
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Administration spokesmen strong-
ly upheld President Nixon's re-
quest for $2.2 billion in military
aid for Israel at hearings Dec. 13
before the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee.
They clashed with witnesses op-
posed to the measure and dis-
puted committee chairman Sen
J. William Fullbrights conten-
tion that there was no urgency
to act on the President's request
and that its passage at this time
might have adverse effects on
Hie AraVf'sraeli peace confer*
"ce.
DEPUTY SECRETARY of State
I
Henry Says
Israel Must
Exit Lands
Continued from Page 1-A
that Kissinger spoke with several'
professors and Norman Podhor-.
etz, editor of the magazine. Com-
mentary, in the hope that they
would exert their influence on
t*ie Israeli government. The meet-
ing was held at Kissinger's initia-
tive Dec. 6, a day before his meet-
ing in Washington with Israeli
Defense Minister Moshc Dayan,
Blizur reported.
According to Elizur, Kissinger
told the group that the United
States depleted its own stock of
weaponry by one-third in order
to resupply Israel during the Yom
Kippur War and implied that Is-
rael could not expect a repetition
should a new war break out.
He told them that another wai
wwuld necessitate another airlift
that would be even more difficult
than the first.
KISSINGER'S assessment of the
Yom Kippur War was that Israel
won a tactical victory but suffered
a strategic defeat. He said that
when the war broke out. the U.S.
expected an Israeli victory with-
in a few days, but as the days
wore on. Israel's military supply
situation became a'.'ute necessi-
tating the American airlift.
Kissinger thought the Arabs
could have scored greater sue
cesses were it not for their mis-
takes, such as exposing their ar-
mor unprotected to Israel's air at-
tack, Elizur reported.
According to Elizur's account,
Kissinger expressed hope that the
territories evacuated by Israel
would be demilitarized as a re-
sult of the deliberations at Ge-
neva.
if Sinai were to be demilita-
rized, the entry into it of an army
would constitute a casus belli he
reportedly said.
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Senate Approves Israel Bill
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The Senate has approved the foreign aid
appropriations bill that provides $2.2 billion in emergency aid to
Isr.-el. The bill was approved by a vote of 55-33 after less than
four hours of discussion. Of the total figure, the Senate voted
that $1.5 billion would be outright grants to Israel.
air fare far himself an(1 an aide
on the tr.p but said he paid his
own hott-1 bills and other ex-
penses.
Fulbright q.ioted figures on past
past aidVj brael. He said that the
U.S. had given Israel $3.7 billion
aid to Israel. He said the U-S.
loans or grants between 1949 and
June 30. 1974, which breaks down
to $833 for every man, woman
and child in Israel.
HE OBSERVED that the United
Jewish Appeal had supplied Is-
rael with $1.6 billion in tax ex-
empt donations from 1948-71 and
the Israel Bond Organization a
like amount in the same period.
Rush contested the figures. He
said that between 1949-73, the
U.S. gave Israel $3.1 billion in
total assistance, including $522
million in grants and loans of
$2.5 billion. Ho said this was ex-
clusive of $1 billion In aid given
during the Yom Kippur War.
Kenneth Rush, one of the admin-
istration witnesses, argued that
on the contrary, the $2.2 billion
was -ssential now "to give as-
surances to Israel'' and a "warn-
ing to the Arabs" not to start the
war again. Rush said the adminis-
tration wants the measure passed
by both Houses before Congress
adjourns for its five-week Christ-
mas recess.
The measure was overwhelm-
ingly passed by the House of Rep-
resentatives Dec. 11. Other ad-
ministration spokesmen appear-
ing before the committee were
William Clementc. deputy secre-
tary of defense, and Adm. Thomas
Mooer. chairman of the Joint
Chief of Staff. All called the $2.2
billion essential to U.S. policy
in the Middle East.
THE MEASURE was vigorously
opposed by Rep. James A. Mc
Clure (R.-Idaho) who said the
U.S. was obliged to help Israel de
fend her pre-June, 1967 borders
against aggression, "but we
should not do more. We cannot
have one set of standards for the
Arabs and another for Israel."
McClure recently returned from
a visit to Egypt. Saudi Arabia,
Lebanon, Jordan and Kuwait.
He admitted to the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency later that the
Kuwaiti government had paid the
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Syria Charged WithTorturing Prisoners

Syria Quits Geneva Talks
By Special Report
DAMASCUS Syria announced Tuesday ihit it will not
attend the Middle East peace talks scheduled to open in Geneva
* Friday. Government spokesmen blamed "a com^inat on
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neuvers intended to serve Israeli interests" far its decision.
of mi-

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
'.srael has officially charged
Syria with the "crimes of murder
tnd mutilation committeed on
le persons of Israeli prisoners
<: war. officers and men of the
;?rael defense force who were
iken prisoner by the Syrians in
:he region of the Golan
Heights."
The complaint was submitted
fcy Israeli Ambassador Josef Te-
kaaJ) to Secretaiy General Kurt
Ualdheim anu the International
tommittee of the Red Cross in
Geneva. Tekoah, in his covering
.etter to Waldheim, stated that
the photographs sent to the Red
Cross illustrating Israel's charges
-ere not sent to the UN. chief
i\ecutive because of their "ab-
torrent nature."
ACCORDING TO the Israeli
tnvoy, "After the Syrian forces
that had penetrated the region
of the Golan Heights had been
driven back Israel Defense
Forces discoveied proof that 28
Israeli soldiers, who had been
taken prisoner by the Syrians,
had been murdered in cold blood
after their capture by the soldiers
of the Syrian Army."
The Israeli diplomat provided
the pa titulars of the localities
and of the number of mu.deied
Israeli POWs found in them: the
bodies of II I-.raeli soldi r-- were
found at the Hushneyah cross-
roads; 7 bodies were found \
Hushneyah village: 3 bodies were '
found at Tel Paris; and at ieast
7 Israeli POWs were murder. by the Syrians at the Israel de-
fense foices strong point on
Mount Hern.on.
"In light oi the condition in
which the bodies were found it
is clear that the Israeli soldiers
were murdered systematically
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Examination of the bodies dis-
Clo-Ci that ihi prisoners were
'hot at VC1J close range. Every
body was riddled by a number of
bullets. Considering Upt some of ^
ihe bodied were found unclad
ami stripped of all their personal
belongings, including identity
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Continued from Page 1-A
ters to newspaper editors. The
theme of the bumper stickers,
originally reported as having been
seen in some Midwest areas a few
weeks ago and more recently in
New York, is: "We Don't Need
Jews But We Do Need Oil."
The agencies asked by the JTA
for reports on the problem were
the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council, the
American Jewish Congress, the
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the American Jewish
Committee.
Benjamin Epstein. ADI. direc-
tor, said of the possibility of a
backlash thai 'it has not yet
taken place In any form that we
have been al'l-- lo identify. We
have found sporadic examples re-
flected in some newspaper edi-
torials, bumper stickers and re-
ports iii the professional ami
Semitic press."
UK ADDED thai .lews were
"justifiably apprehensive due to
the elements of the situation"
and that Jews "want to be ready"
for any problems that might de-
velop. The ADL recently an
nounced plans for an educational
campaign on the energy crisis-
aimed at the general public to be
conducted through its national
and regional offfices.
Rpstcin said a first step had
been publication of a pamphlet:
"Oil and United States Mideast
Policy." which he said had been
sent to leaders in government,
business and other areas. He said
an initial two printings of 25,000
copies had been "gobbled up" and
a third printing was being made.
The spokesman for the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee said that
"at this point," there did not
seem to be any significant prob-
lem. He indicated a belief that
the apprehension among Jews
was greater than the reality
\\hich. he said, was "at the mo
nient. fai front crisis proportions."
HE AGREED the problem was
one which should cause concern
and that the committee was
watching it closely. He added that.
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the agency was receiving reports
regularly about the bumper stick-
ers, and observed that Americans
putting such stickers on their
cars or writing hostile letters to
their newspapers should not be
dismissed automatically as mem
bers of the lunatic fringe.
The spokesman for the NJCRAC
said "we have no evidence what
ever of any anti-Semitic reaction
arising as a result of the energy
crisis.' He said this was a sum
mary of information from many
of the 98 local Jewish commu
nity relations councils affiliated
with the NJCRAC.
He added, however, that th
evaluation excluded "the obvi
ously crackpot and apparently or
ganiied lunatic fringe-activities."
Richard-M. Cohen, associate exec
utive director of the American
Jewish Congress, also affirmed
"there has been no sign of any
anti-Semitic fallout from the oil
shortage."
HE SAID the Congress is "grat
ified by statements by public of-
ficials, newspaper editorials and
media commentators which dem
onstrate an understanding that
the energy crisis is not related
basically to the Middle East prob-
lem."
Stating that the Congress wa-
aware of the bumper stickers
Cohen caiil il could b" anticinatc1
that "the lunatic fringe could be
expected to try to exploit the
situation. We do not see any si?n|
that they are succeeding. If the
situation should worsen and any]
anti Semitic and anti Israel fa'H
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Kissinger Secrets
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^nitudl pCWs sellout.
ItOgttU
i'vPl> pqCALCITRANi
if^y 'vil sit in the
i->n> with me Israeli ne [o
but not t: Ik to them:
iria'a unre'emAig refusal
any Information to the
loss about Israeli POWs, 01
(nit Red Ci'OBB officials to
hem;
Jis.-ingei's own bewilder
lafler his visit to Syria.
1 even* .' tth his "Judenrat"
lhyr hii fi-und the going
[what rnvM t)ocome elear is
Israel goes to Geneva at
villibj: Because Kissinger's
foe Wiping the arm of
takest, party to an act of
ktidh U" the secret of his
ting dipJomatic "successes."
IT, AFTfR all. is what won
liflf-;* N ibi i P ac !J*Vrize.
W tin".> at this pojfjti' Israel can
only surmise what Kissinger ha:
;n mind. But jud :ing .from the
.-,ni ri, !. he umeUsd ohfhh first
Midr ist lour, one should lie pre-
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When on Oct. 19 Kissinger
Inardul his magic flying ma-
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out of the Israel Army's line of
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from the Kremlin. Two hours be-
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made no mention of the trip, this
despite the fact that Israel would
be deeplv affected by his clelin-
(2) IN THE Kremlin, Kis-
singer arranged for a ceasefire
tailored to the specific desires of
the Soviets, which Became the
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basis of the UN R solution 33fi
Three days later, on Oct. 21, it
was handed to Israeli Ambassi
dor Simcha Dinitz in Washington
by President Nixon'; aide. Gen
Alexander Haig, as a fait accom
pli. There was never a singl
thought that Israel, as victor in
a war the did not start, should
have a thin? to say about it;
(3) On his swing back to Cairo,
Kissinger aranged for a six-point
disengagement with President
Sadal. which Ki winger then sent
to Tel Aviv with Undersecretary
of State Joseph Sisco while he
remained in Cairo sweet-talking
the Egyptians about oil. Sisco's
message to the Israelis was sim-
ple: No purpose in your studying
the aoreement it Is unchangeable;
(4; The lint word of a pro-
posed Geneva "peace" conference
was published in the Egyptian
semi-official "Al Aharam" in
Cairo. The Israelis weren't even
consulted, although it is a sure
bet that, in addition to Egypt,
the other Arab nations and. of
course, the Soviet Union, knew
about ii i.' advance;
(5) ON MIDNIGHT of Oct. 23,
Kissinger (idled Prime Minister
Meir and informed her that Israel
would have to save both the face
-id the force of the encircled
Egyptian Third Army in th" Sinai
When (Jen. Dayan countered thai
it was contrary to every military
rule for the victor to allow sup
plies through, Mrs. Meir softened
that hard line by declaring that
She would approve the supplies
provided the Egyptians were pre-
pared to discuss the Israeli POWs,
both their numbers and condi-
tion. Kissinger listened intently
and then snapped: "If you don't
agree, you'll have to fight against
the Russians yourself";
(6) Finally finished with his
initial "peace'- effort in the Mid
die East. Dr. Kissinger flew oft
to Peking where, in a television
..
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i he ould
anccs and u anti i Israel
the oc ii| I te ritqrjca
Irawal wa; an ished
fact,
THROUGHOUT Ills negotia-
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have k( pi Israel more in the d
Obviously aware of the Vtus-
cm itc anxb !; i'i iul Isi
pending vict iry< he had M
everything away in the nan
his precious detente, which n i
giving the Russians and the Chi-
nese everything they want mi
their terms in order to be
"friends."
Nv<'r once did he make a pre-
condition of our own. like de-
manding that the Russians press
the Arabs to give up on their oil
blockade
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was like, wiiai swashbuckling
giveaways he came up with.
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is why she balked as Geneva
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Friday. December 21
12
Syria's POW Atrocities
Continued from Page 9A
discs, it lias been pos ible ta
icentitj; only six by n:.nie.
BUSHNEYiOl VILLAGE:
The muiden d Israeli POWs were
found all together in a field near
the village, their hands bound,
their eyes blindfolded. Of the
seven bodies, only three could be
identified by name. Five of the
bodies were found with their up-
per parts bare. Two other bodies
were discovered dressed only in
undershirts. All the bodies were
fund, as said, together in one
s;>ot. Beside the bodies were found
shirts of the murdered men. On
examination, it was seen that
the shirts were intact and not
pierced by bullets. Empty cart-
ridges were found only a meter
away from the bodies. One of
the murdered men was found
with his legs bound.
TEL PARIS: Here the
bodies were found in a ditch, the
hands of all three of tne mur-
dered men tied with rope. The
men were clad in their under-
wear only. All had been shot at
very close range. All have been
identified b\ name.
MOUNT HERHON STRONG
POINT: At least 31 soldiers of
il e Israel defense force, surren-
dered Oct. 8 to :i Syrian force
which surrounded the position.
According to the testimony of
S i ian officers and men who
taken prisoner by the Is-
. leli defense forces, the List 5
of the 31 1st aeii >ldi< vs io
emerge from the strong poinl
v hen the garri i n il '' up
were shot dead while their han Is
raisi (I and they wi re un-
ai med. 1 hi te timon> in qu jst'on
a firms thai the 5 1 pri on-
,i ho were eh< were
on the spe< I i d< i "'
the officer commanding the
Syrian battalion on the spot. Two
other l.-raeu soldiers were mur-
, dosed a*..!he Una of jirisAOCis
marched towards the neighbo. irg
Syrian strong point. According
to the evidence of the Syrian
prisoners, orders were given to
the Syrian escort ti kell every
1-iae.i prisoner who lagged be-
hind. Two of the prisoners haa
difficulty in walking because
ihey were wounded, and they
we e accordingly shot dead by
the Syrian escort to kill every
the Syrian soldiers.
Five photographs ire attached
which show with horrifying clar-
itv what was seen by the Israeli
soldiers who found the bodies of
the murdered Israeli prisoners
of war. It is possible to distin-
guish plainly that the prisoner*
were concentrated in a single
group and then were shot dead
at pointblank range. It can also
be seen that ail of them had been
blindfolded with bits of clothing
and rags, and that the hands of
every one of them had been
bound behind his back.
PLANS EMANATED FROM
CENTRAL AUTHORITY: Tekoah
stated: "The tact that four
separate grcups of bodies of Is
raeli prisoners of war were found
in different places leads to the
lusion that in this war
r;>. dical murder was pet pi trat id
In :c irdani i with plans and
o.d i anatiij from a
autho rhi mui di.
pri.-oi wi I lutes a
rii 1.... n ol Ai tide 13 ol the
. i lativi
atinci ol pi in rs of war
v tleiib rate
i" o a prisonei ar is
tion. Needless to say. the murdi r
of prisoners of war constitutes
the nio^t serious imaginable in-
fringement of the whole basis of
the Convention and of the prin-
ciples of humanity accepted
among civilized peoples."
--TheJ*iaeJienvoy added: -'So
as not to cause additional angui h
to the famil's of the mun
men, tne uis refrained unt 1 now
bringing these rmadful facts, ir.
all their tragic detail, to the
know i dge of the general public
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downtown in a single family
residential neighborhood. The
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1-95 is only 5 blocks to the west.
No waterway in Fort
Lauderdale is more lushly
landscaped with towering palms
than New River. And all day long
there is an endless parade of yachts
and boats plying their way to the
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guarded twenty-four hours a day.
We're so particular about who
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Friday, December 2l.^
rCakbinical *J**/
evtMtoH
7
rogrant i
Dec. 23 I 10, :3p ajn. The Jewish Worship Hour
Ho :.' ib! v.Toin Drazin, Temple israi
Miram ir
' i .'.; Ch i 8 ;() a.m. The Firsl Esl
ii al d .'i Ch. i. t .">:::o p.m.)
Host: Rev. i uther C. Pit rce
i i Ii 'Life in tlic SI ibl
: Laymen from St. Maurice Catholic Church
Dec. 23 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mikketz
i
And it came to pass at the end of two full years that Pharaoh
dreamed (Chapters XLI-XLIV, 17)
PHARAOH'S DREAMS: During the 19th century 1! C.E., when
the events narrated in the previous chapter took place. Egypt was
ruled by alien invaders from Syria, known as the Hykso.-. or shep-
herd kings.
Two years had elapsed since the chief butlor's promise to
Joseph, when Pharaoh, the king of Egypt had two similar dreams.
In the first, seven lean cows devoured seven well-fed cows, and
in the second, seven thin ears of cors swallowed seven full ears of
corn. Disturbed by his experience, Pharaoh could find no inter
preter. Ft was then that the chief butler remembered Joseph and
confessing his fault for forgetting him. told Pharaoh of what had
occurred in prison.
Hastily summoned before Pharaoh, Joseph foretold that hi-
dreams meant that seven years of plenty would be followed by
seven years of famine, and their duplication signified that their
fulfillment was imminent. He advised the appointment of a dis-
creet and wise person with authority to appropriate one-fifth of
the land and store corn during the seven years of plenty in prepa
ration for the seven years of famine. Pharaoh could find no better
choice tlsan Joseph himself who. at the age of 30. became Grand
Vizier of Egypt
JOSEPH'S bkot;iers IN EGYPT: The severe famine in
Canaan compelled Jacob to send hi. sons down t: Egypt to buy
corn, but he kept Benjamin bark, l.sl lie -offer harm. As Joseph
personally supervised the sales, all foreign buyers had to appeal
I'ci ire him When hi- brothers arrived he r?i i'I them imme
diately, bu( did not disclose his identity, wishing to assure him
self thai thej w re trulj repentant of their crim a ;ains1 him,
Joseph spoke harshly and accused them of being spies, which they
strong.y denied. They were 12 brother1:, they sail; Hie youngest
had been left at home with his father, and another had disap-
li thi were true, answered Joseph, onn of them should
fetch th young brother whilst the others w< re imprisoned and he
placed Hi in all in custody. After three day I were released
and loseph permitted tnem to tike corn back horns f r their
famil but they were to return to E jrpl w Benjamin
their could fied whil I Simeon was to be retained a
a ho (!'''. The t each othet confessed th i
guilt fo Ii ir brutal treatment of Joseph, and v re remindi d by
en how he had tried !'> save him, Jost th, who under tood
the conve al in turned aside and wi
On the way horn >. one of th im opened his si !< t-> git < his as-
some found the m Id for the c irn, not
that tin had b n n r istor I mand i h. TV broth
\ would be accused of theft. On n < hi
th ij a full account to .1 h of all that and
n en were t rrified to find tint each hi '
hie n | | refused to let B njaml i go i
1 suffer tht ; te i I brother Joseph,
VISIT TO El V: The famine in Canaan became
so so -e thai Jacob had rw Bit lative but to yield to Jtidnh, who
offered to b icome surety for E liamin's safety. Taking with th<*m
(k ii' l ,;- money necessary I f. r the corn and gifts of the
choi: ts, the brother: time accompanied by Benjamin
appeal d before Joseph, who through his steward invited them to
dine v i'i h m. This only add I i their fears, and they a \ -ached
th id explained h ry had found the rhon > i i their
sacl returning to C. Be replied that th........nut
ha- b rift from God nrice of th- corn hv' I >er paid
Pit eleased frop- ,,,'v and whe" Iosen>h fnr
the ti vas pro.-a nl id acob's gifts. on geein im n
h d with emotifl and shed tears in secret. The broth-
er wJeJied to Rn< ihey were placed at the I
ord. i heir seniority.
day Joseph < n his men fi supply the bro
i return their secretly and to place silver
<'i t in Benjamin's sack. The brothers set out, but were
: I n by the "ho accused them of ingi ititude
by the goblet They protested their innocence and n I
earched. When :!ie goblet was found they tore their
cloth< in crief and return the city. Judah off' n If
as servants but foseph refused to d \ n but
Benjamin, hi wou] I b d '.^'. id an
eturn to thcii i
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^Keligjfou* Services
Florida Rabbis
Arc Named To
National Bodies
NEW YORK, N.Y. Rabbi Sid
'icy \l Lefkowitz rabbi emi i tus ol
remple Ahavath ( eaed Jackson ah a. v atshai om cono-Po*; 0-'v" S^0M. -0,-Bonita-fc,
1 tiiodox. Habbi Pmntas A. Wetoerma
Water*../. Conssrv.itiv
Euo ne LaDuvitz. Cantor <(
Kiem
.i le. has been1 named as a mem-
of the Resolutions Commit-
iee of the Centra! ("onference of
American Rabbis, rabbinic associa-
tion of Reform Judaism in the
United States and Canada.
The Resolution! Committee
tudit-s and recommends various
1 v olutions to be acted upon at
he annual meetings of the organ-
; /ation and presents them to the
membership at large on a wide
i range of topics including social
I action, lituigy, Jewish Christian
relations and education.
Rabbi Howard R. Greenstein of
Temple Ahavath Cliesed, Jackson-
ville, has been named a member
of the national Commission of
Education, a joint body of the
Central Conference of American
C.intor Aron Ben Aron.
Groner.
MOUTH BAV VILLAOB JE.VIS |
CENTER. 1V?o "th St. Cau
North Bay Villas*- Conserv.itiv I
Cantor Murray Vavneh. 12- i
AGUDAS ACH'W NUSACH SEFAR |
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St M I
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. --------------
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz SEPHARDIC JEA'SH CENTER. |
2 Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nah. *
JETH AM 'lempie). 5950 N. Kendall CONGREGATION t rZ CHAIV
Or 6. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her- d4 Washington Ave-. Rabbi Arroho
bcit M. Baur.igard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
in m Annual rhaiiukah
:ii am Choir, illi
bj \ii- Si 'inn Haumnard >,! ''- I
form i>n i rlKtnal trratlve bj Ranbl
UaumKard, traditional Chanukah i
id "Creation" l Wllh Klrflter ]
dETM DAVIIi. t25 SW ira A te.
Conservative. Rabbi S"! Landau. I
Canto- William W. Linson. '
BETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi M. Kothman. 5{
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Tra
piro. Cantor _
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
*rlfla> v:l" n.n haiiukah herxiei*
,;i.-i Hpeakfr will be Dr Nathan K
Ineclor, rtimrremitl'ill truatef, whom
optc "ill be -Tli. Mlnyonalrt-a."
Mo
I
ami Beach. C'rodox. Rabbi
decai Chaimo 'its.
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN .'Temple
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Cons' I
Rabbi Milton (wnlinaky. Cantor l |
Alnern
10:
iditional. Rabbi Max Sha- AC.UOATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebr |
r Leon Seqal. Rev Alex Religious Community Center. "-:
33-. |
N.E. 3rd Ave Orthodox.
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami RM" |
Blvd. Conaervativa. Rabbi Ma< J
scl.itz. Cantor Jacc* B. Mendaio : |
3!eT,HorT,KVA' ;Re'0^n,, "*' TL\,^U^u^HVi3i\\
-------a /welling. Canter Jack Lerner. I
HETH TOV (Temole). 6438 SW 8t*i' --
Conservative. Rabbi Char.es SINAI (Templel. Of NORTH OAD f
18801
Hebrew Congi egations which for-
mulates curricula, guidelines and
material for the educational pro-
I Brama of young and adults in the
710 Reform synagogues in the
I western hemisphere.
Rabbi Greenstein will serve as
I i representative of the CCAR, na-
tional rabbinic association of more
than 1.000 Reform Rabbis in North
America.
^______
I Bells King Out
On Lincoln Mall
Feumenica' harmony will pre-
vail on Lincoln Road Mall in Mi-
ami Beach during the Christmas-
Clianukah season, courtesy of
-American Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Florida.
From the well known Carillon
Tower at American Savings' main
office building, corner of Lincoln
R .i! Mall and Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, the bells will ring
cut tins week with traditional
Christmas and Clunukah melodies.
At the console of the famous Maas-
Rowe Grand Symphony Carillon
will be Mrs. Sandra Shaw, highly
regarded pianist, organist and
carilloneur.
Nine half hour concerts will be
pi isenled in all, from 12:15 until
12:45 p.m.. daily with the i
I on of weekends and Christmas
Day. when the association will be
closed.
Those wno are on the mall may
enjoj the musicJ chimes as they
.'.roil and shop, and th I ie il
msli '.'i tak time out from holiday
shopping or who have business a'.
American Savings' may see the con
performed live in the lobbj
ol H.i' savings floor. The buildin
is easily n i by its Carill in
ped bj the American
flag.
St.
Rubel. Cantor Seymout Hinkes. 8
'rlday 8 n.m. Hebrew Bfhool ^:u-
|pntn ill be fniiaecrated. Si-rmnn:
Tli.- Importance ol a Jewlah feMiu-a-
Ion." StU'lt-ntK I" be .'.niKi-.irii.il:
:.-ih Klli.ium. I >.ii Helmberar, Julmee
llnken, liriiin l.ii.iiz antl Steven S.in-
:n. is Parent* will boat the One*
Shabbat.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th Gt. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
.'rlday B p.m. A niusi.nl cantata,
Chanukah nl the Maooabeea." eom-
..s.-.i by A W. Binder "iih worda
>v Habbi Morrlaon Hlal, "ill nre-
.ni.-i ui.....r the direction of Cant."
Im ..I. (I. Iti.i list. in.
NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabli
Ralph P. Kingateyt' "antor Irvin!
Shulkes. |
''! ida.i :13 I. in TI Vim ii i 'in. i i- i -
nartltfnate in the -i^c';ii fha ul |
eniicrnm. SuturnV l|i:3" n.m s. -
tni.n: "Ti"-Bh Portion*' Itnr Mltn ;''%
Kenneth Silnerllnir.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1R15' N
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Oo|
Bidnick officiating.
VOUNG ISI.AcL OF GREATER M
'

'Ilappeniuo;*
Features Film
'We Are One'
\ Chanukah '-Happening" to
rate the first anniversary of
amifgash" (the meeting place
x,r,;-r.\ jtot; .1 |,\ (l.
American Jewish Congress will
u >. the premiere snowing ol
le film "We Are One" narrated
by Ell Wallach.
The event wiil be held Friday
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Temple
^.eth Shoiom Youtn Center, Miami
each.
''"tres.hmonts will ve served and
h- live ntertainment
and Israel folk dancing.
' Uou i open every
day from 9 p.m. For further
n ormation contact Yosef Yanich
'he American Jewish Congress
office.
1 A^r^e^^^^>^, 7VW>A^ir^f^rV* y
\ CANDIE1IGHTING riMr
\ 26 KISLEV 5:15
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
i-uii.-i\ .'.:i.'. and s:15 p.m Bermon:
r iuldlna l.lahi The Miracle ..f
'hanukah." Saturdny vl' a.m Her-
:i..ii; "Portion of ill.- Week." Bun-
i ;i in t^hanukah aervlee, Cantor
;'anian will offer mualcal numbera
nil i:.i. i.i.ii. will apeak '-n "The
,ii i; ..! Dedleatinn "
IR OLOM CTamplai S7SS SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rahbi David M
Baron. Cantor Beniamin Ben Ari. 13
- m
TIFERETH ISRAEL. b5O0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservati.-e. Rabbi Mauri ;e
Klein. U
'ION (Temrle). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servrtive. Rabbi Nor.nan Shapiro.
Cantc F.rrol Helfman. 1
', i in i 'nilesre hnm vomlna
s. rin..n I'.-i taate and
Snturda> H o m, Sermon:
.. :. n dim
n ..i Mi and Mm H
HIMIAK
TIFERETH JACOB (Templet. 931 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondr-k 1fi
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSl-,E CONGREGATION. 27?S
NE 121st t. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Z.or
Kirschcnbaum 35
- in Ben Ii
. .1 n Mi. Int. I !<1 He
V M in I :i' .! I :
Ml'. VI BtACH
JfiUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlvle Ave
Oi'.hodoic. Ralib. a'^eldon N. Bver '
f-FTH ISRAtL. 770 4f.th St. Orthodox
R.ibbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
,'ETH JACOB. ?"1 Wa^hinqtor Av
O'-'hodox. Rah^i Shniarv.^bu T. Swir
sky Cantor Mauri'e Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL ITemo'f). 1T.45 Jef
feraon Ave. Conservative. Rabb'
Oivid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 2"
BETH SHOI.OM 'T-n-ol-1 4144 Chas
Av. Liberal. R.- Cantor Cevid Conviser. 21
- in knnuil Chnnu
\
The I -"I'i Thai Could nol lie
- Kill I il "I I- TrIIr, il;..|..-ht.-
" an ''' Krattthamer. Sal
i.. -I-.
HETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
''odox Pa-h. Josenh E. Rackov.
iky 2?
3ETH YOSEPM (-HAIM CONGRE
CATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 2?-A
: :"N HE~?W CONGREGATION
vVaah nq'on Ave Orthod
.,.,, o-... v.nwjij]
"..BAN SF.r>HRDIC HEBREW COM
;rAT C -:no.'-.n r v
'h. Meir Masllah Melamed. 23-A
-
EMANU-BL fTemot*< 17"1 Waa^tr
ton Av- Cors*rvatlve Rahbi Irviu
-hrman r-.-*nr Zvl A^ler. I
-'BREW a ~ nssvy -moP-neTr^'
o- ni-cf", rtabh- Alaxand
~-OS }
"- '"-"in AN-NEI I. .B--
t H-h-ew .-,^.mvi 7.h s.
Meridian Ai- OM'-idox. i./.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodo^
Rabbi Zalns" K'>ir"'"ky. S
CORAL GABIES 1
JUDEA (Templel. 5550 Granada {
Reform Rabbi Mirhael B. Eisen>
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 4|
l-'ii.iav Kris ii.ti- "ifabhnth H .
.! .. luesl Hpeaken II..' i|
Sinn'..1.1 M. Shatx
------------------ I
ZrtMORA (Temple',. 44 Zamora Avt
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor Stantr.y Hich. 4.
''rlday N.iS p.m Ainelei FerUia, !
tlnnal eommandi i. ,Te nil \\\,
inn.- will renon of hln reeeni -u-1
vey mlaalon lo larnel. Mr HVrdl"
served j- in. si.I. i I ..r Temple '/. i
for two twins im.! iv currently a n
ber of its board if u I
SURFSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9,'48 Harding Ave. Orthodox
Isaac D Vin Cantor Leibeli
Levine. y
fORT LAUDtRDALB
BETH IS.fAEL ( l-ir.|..,-i. VIM V.
Oakland Park Blvd. R.ihbi Philip "
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Nei, *:
EMANU-EL. 3?45 W. Oaklard Par
Blvd. (Reform). Pahbl Artiiur .
Abrams "-- -- i-r------- Klement. 4
P0MPAN0 BtACH
VIARGATE -iFWISH CtNTER 6'C
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SE 11th
Conservaii.,. Rihbi Morris A
Cantor Yan\) d--.p
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CKI
(C-rservative). 416 NE 8t'i
Rabbi Harrv E. Schwartz. I
Jacob Danziger.
i di illi-ntlon of
Kt.rtiHl IlKhl id
i i idere re > l I
ll : m rack

\ (I .-h.ilih.
HOUYWOOb
<2.A-- ^RflNGS HiinREW CON
OREQATION. Conaervativa.
University Or R,-.h'>. Max Wt
BLiH BL (lempiei. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Koforni. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4
i'i I : t-ii. ,.
' Bchnolm in. din -toi 1
I... t| ,. r, ... n
........
11 VJItavah: Ji rfn
I", v.l .1.1'
JETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar
hurs; Conservative. Rabbi Mor
ton Makavaky Cantor Irving Gold i
IINAI (T-mgie). ,201 Johnson t
Conservative Rabbi David Sha,.
Cantor Yhuda Hellbraun. 4
'MPa!-E5,tJlJ *MM- Con.-i.ati
g -i ave :-toiiywooi. tru
--
Ha S
TfMPLE SoTI?"TL|berll..
St. Hollywood. Rabbi R^?
en Pratln Canter Mlehaal Kyrr
3891 StlellS, n I 0?
1 m s.
MIKAMAt
'-mnlf>) ,- svv th
Conservative. p,^h: 4v^,
Cant ihan .""" m
HOMtSltAD *
Wti
Canto,
47. E
Sid

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' "' ;L fJ^HlTN COMMUNIT r
?-" mical Association.
'* featurti
KNB8BTH iSRAFL 141a rwlld Ave
cantor0 a n:h" n"" Lehrfiald
Cantor Abraham Self.
MENORA I -....'',
iratlva R.ihbi May At
ov. Cantor Ni. r .
TAMIO '.'~' --
tt
f
1
RABBI MAXWBIL BERGER
*
Templp rojnjiro
Cee-i r,Me
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1 anu prevasi exposeu oearns.


December 21. 1973
+Jen 1st fk>rletter
Paqe 15-A
lute House: Watergate Changed Nothing
H> JOSEPH ALSOP
Ls: 1IXGT0N With a Vic?
\ safely installed, it is
to examine the unique
I which the White House
|lh. President's most bitter
hie- are now in agreement
sis is that the Water-
In rorg arc not impeding.
. less i-araiyzing, the vital
1 .,-. ..I the American gjv-
aeni .
|c.-Kvnt Nixon and his staff
ni alternative to maintain-
ghat they are still able to
.i- usual.
Ii: MOKE bitter preslden-
, iii mies have no tltern-
ither, since they ac
p. :.r.i openly want the Water-
horrors to be prolonged to
uiir -t. But the whole thesis
i&lfcan
today tonight dine in an
\land lodge. A setting of sea
rapes, weathered pilings ana
riitwood. See forever across
isidyne Bay. Polynesian
pecialties steaks seafood.
LUNCHDINNER
Bu'lel LunctMon Daily S3 25
Luaus and Parties
-liable Upon Request
Ci: I-rank Wirtz 361-5753
Rickenbackcr Causeway
cy Biscayne 361-5753 I
A
new restaurant
destined
for greatness.
kunccyV
wianifspirits
Open 5:00
lily except Sundays
175 S.W. 37th Ave.
(Douglas Road)
444-6506
JE. "Pill" Hcndfilh, Prnpnrlnr
rLUB PARTY TIME
is VOH ..' the
II advrfal World ol
IQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
thus Diairu; Facilities
ii.,: 4reas & Gard< n.s
kei & Cm toncse
Wei i at All Times
\th< ..w A'ilfft'c Shim
rUtktf&ifiC

". the balance of military power
between the United States and
the Soviet Union is getting more
and more unfavorable to the Unit-
ed States. We have before us the
lessons of the hasty postwar de-
mobilization ."
Also,
is a n nsense. a pretense, a dem-
onstrable falsehood.
One proof that the government
is being increasingly paralyzed in
its most vital functions has just
been offered in this space.
In brief, the Soviet Union is
now in open violation of the spirit
of the first SALT agreement, as
Ptated in a reservation made by
the U.S. government when that
agreement was signed.
The violation takes the form
of urgenl Soviet preparations to
deoloy a much more powerful
and weighty new generation of
intercontinental mis-.iles in the
existing Soviet holes or silos.
The U.S. reservation above-men-
tioned Concerned precisely this
kind of development. The res r
vation was made, furthermore,
with a view to possible U.S. de-
nunciation of the SALT agree-
ment in case of need.
THERE is no doubt about the
Soviet violation. There are plenty
of leading officials and policy-
maker; in the U.S. government
ho feel thai d munciatl >n of the
SALT agreement therefore ought
to Ii- considered, or at least
Hire,item d.
But the matter is nonetheless
in total ab>yance This i- beiause
the Pre I6>n1 gained much politi-
cal rredll from SALT, and he i-
now j .o beleaguered to endanger
that en dit,
Thi. proves what maj be Pallet!
'- ..live oaralvsis. In the Hens.'
SHEHRON INN
G030S OtmeH.9hw.lv
South Mum-. 6019201
vote failing to sustain the Presi-
dent's veto of the war powers
bill, positive paralysis was dem-
onstrated some weeks ago. Very
few people seem to realize it.
YET THE war powers hill
amounts to an engraved invita-
tion to Hanoi from the U.S. Con-
gress to break every provision of
the Vi"tnam accord and to re-
sume the offensive in South Viet-
nam on a massive scale.
It is an engraved invitation to
Hanoi simplj because the war
powers bill strikes from the Pres
ident's hands all means of effec-
tive retaliation if Hanoi decides
as is highly lik -ly to tear up
the accord negotiated with such
difficulty.
QUITE ENOUGH nun liers of
the House saw (his point to re-
sist the fashionable pressures fa-
voring the war powers bill. Thus
the White House was able to col
leel a large margin of House
members' commitments to sustain
the veto.
When the vote was taken, how
t rer, no less than 20 members
broke '.heir pledged words .1
allj unheard oi development
in a ease of this sort. Thus the
President's veto was narrowly
overridden.
The engraved im itation wcnl
to Hanoi. The Republican lead
e 'if Hi" House free!} admil .
thai SO many members' promises
proved so worthless because of
the 0 lisoned atmosphere engen
den 1 by the Watergate horrors. 1
A TH1SD facet of the govern I
ment'8 increasing paralysis is re ,'
vcaled by the situation regarding j
the defence budget for next year
Bee, use ol 'be brand new genera
tion of Soviet missiles, and indeed
for many other reasons, a really
massive increase in defense
spending is now urgent.
At present, because of the huge
pay bill for the volunteer Army,
the bulk of our defense money is
going for men, not armed
si length. 1
MEANWHILE, the balance ol
military power between the
United States and the Soviet I
Union is getting more and more
disastrously unfavorable to the j
United States. We have before US
the lessons ol the hasty postwar
demobilization, of the disarma-
ment of Secretary of Defense
Louis Johnson and the second :
disarmament in the early Eisen-
hower years.
The Soviets responded to these
three episodes of the American
folly with the Berlin blockade,
with the aggression in Korea and
with the second Berlin crisis that
was only liquidated by the Cuban
missile crisis.
Heaven knows, then, what we
are to expect from an inferiority
of power far, far greater than
the kind of thing that produced
these former Soviet responses.
THE PRESIDENT is well
aware of this, too. Before the
Watergate horrors became quit"
so horribl he asked Secretary
01 Defense James Schlcsingcr to
make contingency plans for a
far larger defense budget
But now that necessary rectifi
cation of our situ.item lias. of.
course, gone b> the board be-
cause ol the creeping Watergate
paralysis. Furthermore it is idi-
otic to suppose that this increas-
ing paralysis of the U.S. govern-
ment has not been happily no-
ticed by the Kremlin, jus) as the
Kremlin has noticed with joy the
Change in the power balance
Hence, a time of utmost danger
has all bui certainly begun,
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m m m Lapidus To Receive
tlfewnish Floridian Branded I A ward
Mkimi, Florida Friday, December 21, 1S72
Section B
ADL Honors Talianof f
Cites 30 Years
Of Service Here
George Talianoff received the:
Human Relations Award of the
Florida Chapter of the Society of i
Fellows last Saturday.
The society is a unit of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai Brith.
TALIANOFF WAS cited for his
30 years of service to the ADL
with a plaque received from Henry
E. Schultz, honorary chairman of
the ADL's National Commission.
Talianoff has been fighting anti-
Semitism and other forms of racial
and religious prejudice almost all
his life.
A Miami Beach attorney, he
came to Miami in 1944 and helped
launch the ADL office here. For
a while, he served as its director.!
and served on the National Commu-
nity Service Division of the ADL.
TALIANOFF BELIEVES that
"fighting bigotry is a way of life."
and it is the way he fought when
South Florida hotels still posted
Gentile Only" signs back in the
1940s.
It is Talianoffs view that racial
prejudice generally and anti-Sem-
itism specifically have waned since
World War II. but that the Yom
Kippur War has given anti-Sem-
itism a new spurt of energy, with
right-wing croups now blaming Is-
rael and '"Jewish manipulation"
for the U.S. fuel crisis.
At the Saturday award cere
mony. Talianoff told friends and
well-wishers that the U.S. "must
combat anti-Semitism and the anti-
Semitic fallout caused by the Arab-
initiated oil shortage.''
AT THE ceremonies. William A.
Alper. a Miami attorney, was also
honored for his work in behalf of
the ADL.
Alper is a past chairman of the
Society of Fellows, a county-wide
association of professional, busi-
ness and civic leaders who sup-
port the programs of the ADL.
Farband Labor Zionist Alliance
To Hold Ninth Annual Conference
Chabad Campaign
Creates Sortage
Of Menorahs
A world-wide Chassidic group
has initiated a campaign to sec
I hat every Jewish family observes
Chanukah in the traditional man-
ner by lighting the Chanukah
lights. The campaign was inspired
by the tense situation in Israel
where the story of Chanukah be
4an 2138 years ago.
The group, known as Lubavitch
n Chabad, is headed by Rabbi
Menachera M. Schneerson of
Brooklyn. N.Y.. who is overseeing
the distribution ui chanukah
menorahs in schools, hospitals and
any place that .jews may con-
gregate. In Israel, they will go to
army bases and front lines.
The huge campaign has caused
such a demand for new supplies
of candles and menorahs that the
factories, which had already fin-
ished their yearly productions,
were forced to reopen their lines
and start a double shift.
The movement has an office in
Miami at 1251 Alton Rd., with
Rabbi A. Korf serving as regional
director.
The Farband Labor Zionist Al-
liance Division of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation 1974 Com-
JOStPH ZUCKIKMAH
bmod Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign will hold its
ninth annual conference luncheon
i-nd concert at noon Sunday, Jan.
13 in the Barcelona Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Thi program 11 include an
idress by [sra
Baraket and a gala musical pres-
entation with prominent artists,
according to Division chairman
Joseph F. Zuckerman.
Vice chairmen of the Farband
Labor Zionist Alliance Division
are Menashe Feldstein, Jack File
-of, Israel Finkel. Maurice Forer.
Samuel Galfond, Bernard Gii
Fanny Gibson. Harry Kaminer.
Herman Kass,
Isidore Lederman, Sol Rosenl erg
Oscar Schapiro, Dr. Bernard Schu-
Morris Tamres, Dr. S
Wilensky, and S< ndi r W -
i :-. Ilei. nstein and
. i -" rare n
i tar f :' i the Divisii
St rvin th< iard of c"
;- o tl
a an I i s ">.
\;.; 1, Lester 1 Louis
l:.:ijn. A Sam
Mi: er Go dstein,
lieb. Milton Keller, Lola Merling.
Nashkin, Sam N'eshkin.
Is Orenstein, Joseph Remi-
ick, Victor Roskin. Harry Sachs.
I essie Stadlan, Simon Tetenbaum.
Abraham Warshau. Ray Weisberg
and Jerome Yesner.
The Consultant Committee in-
ludes Sam Berke, Joseph Bril-
liant, Mayshie Friedberg, Rev.
toseph Krantz. Julius Xadel. Max
Rothman and Joshua Z. Stadlan.
Architect Morris Lapidus, whose ,
lintels, apartment dwellings and
ithei di -i [ns have altered the sky-
lines oi many cities in the United I
States and abroad, will receive
Brandeis University's Award for
Distinguished Community Service
iii the Arts at a dinner-dance in
hi: honor sponsored by the South
Florida Friends of Brandeis Thurs-
lay, Jan. :i. at the Americana Ho-
tel in Bal Harbour, one of the
hotels he designed.
Marver H. Bernstein, president
of Brandeis, will present the
award to Mr. Lapidus.
Heading the committee planning
the dinner-dance are three promi-
nent Miamians; Dr. Stanley
Frehling, a Miami surgeon and a
I vice chairman of the Brandeis
Fellows; attorney Melvin N. Green-
berg of Miami; and Ralph Levitz,
board chairman of the Levitz
furniture Corp. ot Miami and a
: national vice chairman of the
Brandeis Fellows.
Since 1930. Mr. Lapidus has
achieved distinction in three
fields: store design, hotel design
and housing units, office build-
ings, institutional buildings and
hotels.
Florida's Fontainebleau, Eden
Roc and Americana Hotels were
designed by Mr. Lapidus as were
the Americana and Summit Ho-
tels In New York. In the Carib-
Uc*a, ne uesigned two hotels on
Marten's and the Aruba Caribbean
Hotel. His designs will soon be
used in the Virgin Islands, Guate-
mala and in Jamaica. He has also
been a consultant for hotel de-
rign in cities as far away as
Singapore.
He has di signi d moi than
$250,000,000 worth of housing, in-
cluding a five-skyscrapei, 4,000
family apartment complex m
Brooklyn, N.Y, for winch he won
in award. He has also designed
many of the high rise apartments
along Miami Beach's Collins Ave-
nue, staff housing for the Balti-
more City Hospital and a number
oi Federal Housing Administra-
tion projects for low and middle
Income groups.
At present. Mr. Lapidus i- le-
signing Aventura, a total housing
development in Hade County,
Florida, whuh eventually will
house 17.000 families.
lie is noted for his strict ad-
herence tO budgets and for his
recognition of ecology. Lapidus-
designed structures provide for
open spaces, landscaping, and the
total facilities required for chil-
dren and other special needs.
Designs on his drawing hoards
include the first public school to
be built under an interstate high-
way, in Miami, a conceit hall for
the University of Miami and the
reconstruction of the Miami Beach
Auditorium to create an opera
house and theater of the perform-
ing arts.
Mr. Lapidus has also earned
recognition as a serious painter
and has donated his architectural
talents to several non-profit or-
ganizations. He holds numerous
awards and has lectured extensive-
I ly before retail groups and at uni-
versities.
Rurdines
Wflorida
Robert Shevin To Speak At
Scholarship Dinner-Dance
South Hade Hebrew Academy has gained national attention.
.vi be h annual Scholar- In 1968-69. the Florida Jaycees
ship Ball Sunday. Dec. 30. at 8 p.m. recognized Shevin as one of the
in the Eden Roc Hotel. Jive Outstanding Men of Flor-
The guest speaker will he Rob- ida, In the same year the Create
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by Dr. Meivyn Greensti in, presi-
dent of the school.
Attorney General Shevin is
noted for' his accomplishments in
the criminal justice field. He has
sponsored educational seminars
for criminal justice system officers
at all levels.
Upon taking office be set up the
"Attorney General's Hot Line," a
program allowing law enforcement
officers to call toll-free. 24-hours
a day for expert legal advice on
any criminal justice problem they
might encounter.
Shevin. who was designated as
chairman of the Governor's Crime
Prevention Committee, has been
charged with implementing the
statewide crime prevention pro-
gram "Help Stop Crime!" which
Miami Jaycees and the West Dad<
. ned him as I
>i the Distinguished Service A.....
and as the Outstanding Young
Man of Dade County.
Fund-raising chairman J
Murray announced that dinner co-
chairmen of the event this year
are Kenneth Glick and Bernard
Herskowitz; dinner hosts are Dr.
and Mrs. Abraham Benyunes. Dr.
and Mrs. Irwin M. Roth and Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Salamon.
Tickets are selling better than
expected," said Dr. Greenstein,
'and we hope that we can raise
enough funds so that all deserving
children can be awarded scholar-
ships in the future."
The 100 student elementary day
school, grades 1 to 6, which uses
YMHA facilities at 8500 SW 8th
St., is a beneficiary agel.cy of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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which also provides cultural,
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.acuities for more than 75 per cent
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Friday, December 21, 1S73
Reservations for the reception
may be made at the Israel Hista-
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Lincoln Rd. Bldg.

Ambassador Simcha Dinitz, Is-
rael's chief envoy to the United
States, will be guest of honor and
principal speaker at the second
annual National Salute to Israel
Veterans Day, Dec. 30 at the Fon-
tairrbieau Hn'el in Miami Beach.
The reception and rally paying
tribute to ifie niwnbTS oi th
Zahal, Israel Defense Forces, will
be held under the auspices of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Announcement of the meeting
was made by William H. Sylk of
'nnadeiphia. national campaign
haiiman, and by Dr. Sol Stein of
Jew York, national president of
,ie Israel Histadrut Foundation.
National Salute to Israel Vet-
rans Day was instituted one year
go when Gen. Yitzhal Rabin was
lonored by the Histadrut Founda-
on on the eve of his departure
rom five years' service as Israeli
moasaMOi to the united btates.
The Dec. 30 reception and rally
Beth Raphael To Install Officers
Of Temple, Men's Club, Sisterhood
Temple Betn Raphael will hold
its eighth installation Sunday after-
r.oon at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Officers of the Temple, the Sis-
terhood and the Men's Club wi.l
be inducted, and William J.
Scfausel Will be honored for "ded-
ication and service to the Temple
;.nd the Men's Club."
Officers serving on the Tempi:
c'.ate are Sam ("hen. president:
Mack Nutkowitz and Sam Segal
vice presidents; Julius Rath, fi-
nancial secretary; Sam Hussein,
treasurer, Joseph J. Ginsberg and
Morris Eingold, si cretaties.
Councilman PhiL'p Sahl will
head the Men's Club. Serving with
him will be Bernard Fox and Hy-
nian J. !! r rer, vice president :
Harry Shapl o. treasurer and fi-
nancial secretary. Joseph J. Gins-
li rg and Irving Sherman, secre-
taries.
Honorary Sisterhood president i
Eva Berger: Faye Brucker. presi
dent; Sarah K. Kahn, Rose Gin.-
aerg and Lillian Sherman, vice
residents; Florence Porter, finan-
cial secretary; Rose Sherman,
i easurer, Bella Rosenfeld and
iara Horowitz, secretaries.
Each group will also install a
board of directors.
Bernard Fox. chairman of th"
flair, will introduce a program
>r music and entertainment for the
occasion.
Hadassah Unit Luncheon
Henrietta szoid Group, Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. has
slated its HMO luncheon for Wed
ncsday at 12:30 p.m. in the Al-
giers Hotel.
also will serve as a tribute to the
memoiy of the late David Ben-
aurion, first prime minister oi
Israel and first secretary general
of the Histadrut, Israel's federa-
tion of labor. ,
This will be Ambassador Dinitz s
first official visit to South Florida
since the outbreak of the Yoni
Kippur War. He served as Israel
Minister to the United States and
o itaiy prior to assuming ins pre
nt position.
During the critical days during
aid since the l'om Kippur War.
vmbassador Dinitz has guided his
lations relations with the United
states, Israel's strongest ally dur-
ng the current, critical Middle
East situation.
Ambassador Dinitz' close rela-
tions with American senators.
congressmen and officials of the
executive branchestablished dur-
ng his service as Minister of In-
formation under Ambassador Ra-
binserved Israel well during th'
'ense crisis following the Egyp-
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Histadrut's nationwide network
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-the Kupat Holimserved thou-
ands of Israeli military casualties
luring the bitter fighting of the
;'om Klprur War.
A majority of the Israel Defence
Forros belongs to the Histadrut.
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Consul General To Address
Honorees of Israel Jan. 1
The Hon. Shaul Ramati, Consul
l a] of the State ol Israel for
(i and the Midwest, will be
t: gue i speaker jrt,ttSl
l, r Israel New W i ,-v for
); irics of I rael to I sld Tues-
Jan. l. Milton W,
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Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* Cheese
Pizza a real family
pleased Just follow the-
easy directions on the box
and in just about 20 min-
utes you get a sizzling hot
treatcrisp, cheesy, au-
thentic Italian pizza. All the
makings come in this one
packagepizza flour mix,
Rtzza sauce and cheese,
ow about some for sup-
per, tonight? How about a
whole one for yourself, just
as soon as you get back
from the storel
COMPLETE
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Pizza
pwas organized by the Israel Hond
Organization, issued a new I irael
Hank of \ ici Iture Ltd. stock
ear. ,Si*( e. unprecedenti d de-
li;! in much of
ts resources, Israel looked to CF1
to float a to help
oromote the country's agricultural
development.
Proceeds of the CFI-IBA stock
issue are also used to expand agri-
cultural expo ts to help balance
the country's trade deficit, as well
as to expand the economy to pro
i ide n cessa > bs for the thou-
sands of immigrants who continue
" arrive .. I including those
from the Soviet L nion.
Mr. Rainati. a di tinguished
member of Israel's foreign serv
ice, assumed hi> present post in
I9(>9. having served in numerous
capacities in Israi l's Foreign Min-
i-tty, including the position ot
Acting Director of the Department
>i Information in Jerusalem.
Beginning his diplomatic career [
n 1959. Mr. Ramati was Director
of Information Services for tin
Slate of Israel in Chicago. In 1963,
he wa.s transferred to Thailand,
where he was Counsellor of the
iSraeii Embassy. In 1964, he was
appointed Minister and placed in
.-haigc of the Israeli Legation in
Uolttmbo, Ceylon for two years.
Born in Warsaw. Mr. Ramati left
Poland at an early age. and later
.erved in the British Army in
A'orld War II where, for a period
it a year, he was attached to the
Jewish Brigade.
In April. 1948. Mr. Ramati came
to Israel and served as a Company
Commander during the War ot
Independence. He later acted as
senior Israeli dele-ate in the Is-
rael-Jordan Mixed Armistice Com
mission. In 1951. he was appointed
General Staff Officer in charge of
Israel s delegations to the Mixed
Armistice Commission in Egypt
syria, Lebanon, and Jordan.
The New Year's dinner-dance
nil begin at 6:30 p.m. in the
irand Ball:oom of the Fontaine-
ileau Hotel. Reservations limited
0 Honorees of Israel may be made
y contacting the Israel Bonds/
...'if.ii for Israel office, 420 Lin-
coln ltd., Miami Beach,
IJCong. Women Plan
(litinuI.ah Celebration
i] ter. Wo
i > ision, Ann i an Je: h on-
rcss, will :
* 11:45 a.m. in
tel,
rhe iviu teatu '"The
i Childrei i pro-
ram in honor of Chanukah, IIos-
sses will be I illian Sh
ertrude Kl- la;

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Department of Florida comman-
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that he will make an official visita-
tion at Hollywood Post No. 613.
Jewish War Veteran*. Thursday.
Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. during a Post
meeting at the Home Federal. H:d-
andale.
During the meeting Ro'.'.o Jacob-
on. commander of Surfside Post
No. 723. will present "The Trav-
eling Gavel" to commander Her-
man Zweibach of JWV's Holly-
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Because Planters 100% pure peanut
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foods cooked in it. So whether it's
latkes, tzimmes, matzoh brie, or plain
ole fried chicken, cook it with Kosher
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the way it was meant to.
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Makes 24 krcplach
Wi cups finely chopped pared apples
Vi cup chopped dart seedless raisins
\'y cup sugar ': teaspoon ground cinnamon
l'/i cups unsifted Hour (about)
V* teaspoon salt 3 eggs
2 teaspoons cold water -
Boiling w ater Planters Peanut Oil
Confectioners' sugar
Combine chopped apples, chopped raisins, sugar
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Between rolling strokes, carefully stretch
dough with hands from the center outward,
i nto 3-inch squares. Fill each square with
1 tablespoon apple mixture. Moisten 2
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rjewisti noricflar_____
Friday. December 21, 1973
Chanukah Festival Climaxes
Israel Bond Maccabee Month
Israel' Botld Maccabee Month,
hunched nationally Nov. 18 as
part of the .worldwide^ effort to
cover (Tie full amount of Israel's
$642 minion Development Budget,
was culminated Sunday nifiht with
a Chanukah Maccabee celebration
ai the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Climaxing the 1973 Israel Bond
drive, the end of Maccabee Month
marked the beginning of the cam-
paign to reach and enroll every
individual as a Shomer Yisrael. a
purchaser of a minimum of $1,000
or more in Israel Bonds or one
month's income as an emergency
loan to the State of Israel.
The Chanukah Festival for Is-
rael paid tribute to the Shomrei
Yisrael of South Florida, and
Robert L. Siegel. cochairman of
the Advisory Committee of the
Greater Miami Israel Bend Organ-
ization presided over the festivi-
ties.
The true miracle in ancient
times and the true miracle of our
own time is the spirit which en-
abled the Maccabees of old to
withstand the onslaught of the
Syrians and Egyptians, and that
same spirit which enabled the peo-
ple of Israel to rise up and hurl
, back the infamous attack on Yom
Kippur Another miiaclc was the
I response to Israel's need for hc|n
**-mor:iT*spiiituat arWmaterial
which poured out from Hie Jews
of America and elsewhere. You
who are here tonight are a symbol
I of this outpouring." Siegel told
the audience oi over one thousand.
Minister Mo,he Raviv, Political
Counselor to the Israeli Embassj
ir. Washington, was guest speaker
at the Festival, and participated
in the presentation of the "Macca-
bee Certificate of Honor" to the
presidents of congregations which
played a major role in the Israel
Bonds campaign during and after
the Yom Kippur War.
The citation was inscribed "pre-
sented in recognition of exception-
! al service in helping to sustain the
economv of Israel following the
costliest war in its history when
only the greatest sacrifices Ol its
people, backed by an historic dem-
onstration oi solidarity on the part
| of American and Canadian Jewry.
'made it possible for the State ol
Israel to survive the gravest chal-
lenge to its esistence."
Three of the world's leading
'musical art1 ts performed in con-
cert, contributing their talents in
i tribute to the Shomrei Yisrael.
Israel's David Bar Ulan opened
at the piano with Mendelssohn's
"Rondo Capriccioso" followed by
Paul Ben-IIaims "Pastorale and
Toccata" and a Leonard Bernsiein
masterpiece.
Yehuda Hanani. the Israeli cel-
list, accompanied by pianist The-
idore Saidenberg of Hallandale,
thrilled the Shomrei Yisrael with
Bloch's "Prayer." Paganini's "Mo-
The concert ended with violin
virtuoso Erick Friedman in an en-
core performance which followed
Dieces by Lalo. Saint Saens. and
Paganini. The musical portion of
the Chanukah Festival was direc-
ted by Mrs. Judy Drucker of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.

'
Minister Moshe Raviv is shown
with Mrs. Else Bonem, honorary
chairman of the Women's Divi
sion oi the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
Publix Super Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
Robert L. Siegel (right), cochair-
man of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization's Advisory
Committee and chairman ol
synagogues, received the "Mac-
cabea Certificate ci Honor"
from Moshe Raviv during cere-
monies at the Chanukah Festi-
val for Israel Sunday eveing.
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Chaya Arad, once the lead
singer of the Municipal Group
of Haifa will be one of the en
tertainers featured in the Na-
tional Israeli Chassidic Song
Festival in the Miami Beach
Auditorium next wsek. Perform-
ances are scheduled at 8:30
p.m. Monday and Thursday.
Modern Dance Gasses
The second series of eight ses-
sions in Modern Movement Crea-
tive Experience, sponsored by
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood, will
accept registration and begin
Classes Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 9:30
a.m. in the social hall. Instructor
is Poldi Orlando, dancer, formerly
of Vienna.
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"... and the ears of the deaf
shall be opened.'' /-'>i
Isaiah's prophecy can be a
reality. Will you hear the plea
of our voiceless children and
help maintain their school?
JrCo i I would like to join the wonderful members of Hebrew
Institute for the Deaf who are helping the |ewish Deaf Child the
World Over. Enclosed find my contribution of:
? S 10.00 Annual Membership
DD S 1H DO Dual Annual Membership
D SUH.OO Life Membership
gram providing a much-.
'four hearing impaired needed early exposureto,,
(children. sound. .
1966-67 Rented quarters
'obtained in order lo meet
^increased demand
19S7-S8 .Vursery program
.started to give children a
I head start in hearing edu-
'cation..
196S-C9 The University of
the Stute of New York
'granted us a charter.
1969-70 Acquired a
building designed to
;meel our specific needs.
1970-71 After burglary,
re-equipped school with
the mosl advanced
'electronic hearing
devices..
1972-73 First Graduation :';
students integrated into
regular Hebrew Day Schools.
1973-74 Scientifically^
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Friday, December 21. 1973
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'
Cantor Katz Guest Artist
At JNF-Governor's Ball
Dr. Irving Lchrman, chairman
of JNF Foundation, and the Hon.
Jay Dcrmer, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund of Greater Mi-
ami, announce that plans have
been completed for the forthcom- j
ing JNF Governor's Ball to take I
place Feb. 3 in the Fontainebleau I
Hotel.
"The community's response to !
the Jewish National Fund's needs ,
were magnificent," said Dr. Irving I
Lehrman. "The Jewish National [
Fund has also been called upon ,
to intensify its land reclamation,
redemption and afforestation pro :
gram in view of the overall condi- '
tions in Israel."
Guest artist will be Cantor
Sholom Katz of Washington, D.C,
whose "Golden Voice" saved him
from the crematorium. He has ap- ;
peared throughout the United
States.
The Committee engaged in the ;
promotion of the Governor's Ball
includes Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, j
Mr. and Mrs. Max Affachiner,
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki, Lou i
Aronson. Simon Berstein, Lester
Bigelman, Cantor Saul H. Breeh,
Leo Buda. Mrs. Bertha Davidson,'
Mrs. Bculah Davis, Mrs. Lillian
Dubowy, Harry Feldman. Shmuel
Fershko Jack Filosof, Ezra Fine-
gold. Mayshic Kricdberg, Charles
Fuhrman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Garber, Abraham Grossman, Abra
ham Grunhut, Israel Hartston, Max
Hecht and Meyer Helfcnstein.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Hel-
ler, Herman Higger, Isaac Jacob
owitz, Herman Kass, Bernard
Katz. Judge Zev W. Kogan. George
N. Kotin, Samuel Kusnetz, Rabbi
David Lehrfield, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Moe Levin, Frieda Lifs-
chudz, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Herman
Medow, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz, Mrs. Florence Minov, Sam
I'ascoe, Mrs. Miriam Press, Morris
Putter, Rabbi David Raab, Isidore
Kifkin, Leon Schuster, Mrs. Toby
Schachter, Mrs. Richard Schwarz.
Mrs. Malka Shklair, Meyer Siegel
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, Simon
Tetenbaum, Abraham Tiktin and
Mrs. Ida Wessel.
Mrs. Betty Harris Joins
lordar, MarshFlorida Staff
Mrs. Betty Harris has joined
the staff of Jordan Marsh-Florida
as advertising manager.
Mrs. Harris, who replaces Vasco
Ricci in the post, was previously
divisional advertising manager for
H'idso"' in Detroit. Mich.
Sylvan Lebow at Beth El
The cultural program of Temple
Beth El will present Sylvan Le-
bow. executive director of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Broth-
ThoruK Sunday al 9:30 a.m.
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May the sacred lights of Chanukah
Bring peace and joy that last,
Not only through this blessed time.
But after it has passed.
And may each candle's constant flame
Serve as a symbol, too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you


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Friday, December 21, 1973
Hebrew Academy's 26th Annual
Scholarship Dinner Sunday Eve
More than 1.000 persons are ex
peited to attend the 26th annual
-(:ioiar.-.hip dinner of the Greatoi
Miami Hebrew Academy Sunda.v
night in the Fontainebleau Hotel's
Cjand Ballroom. Rabbi Alexandei
& Gross, principal of the South'.-
largest Hebrew day school, will be
the principal speaker.
Mayor Chuck Hall of Mam
Reach will extend greetings in be
half of the city. A representative
ol Gen. Mordecai Piron, chief
chaplain of the Israel armed forces,
will accept a Sefer Torah from the
Fellows of the Hebrew Academy
to b? presented to the Zahal for
Uie on Mt. Hermon.
Honorees at the dinner will be
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin, recip
ients-elect of the Academy Award
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
celebrating the "second Bar Mitz
rah" of the Academy's senior vice
president: and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Mamber. who will receive the
1973 Distinguished Service Cita-
tion in honor of his service as
vice president of the Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kantei
and Mr. and Mrs. George Felden
kreis are cochairmen of the din-
ner, which will hear a report or
the school's educational progres;
by Rabbi David Lehrfield, acting
principal during Rabbi Gross' ab
sence on a Sabbatical in Israel.
Rabbi Gross will return I hi'
family in Jerusalem after the ban
quet.
The Hebrew Academy Choir will
present an original cantata, writ-
en nd 'lir-r'pd b" Ja^k Donnet,
as the highlight of the program.
Others who will participate in-
'.ude Oscar 15. Schapiro, senior
ice president: Irving Firtel, presi
ent; I. H. Abrams, chairman oi
he executive commiV'e; Cantoi
Vbraham Seif and children of tin
iono;ees.
Mrs. Murray Koretzky and Mrs
Tibor Hollo have been designate)
is chairmen of the hostess com
nittee. Serving as cochairmen are
.Its. Leonard Adler, Mrs. Leonarc
".ritz and Mrs. Leonard Rosen.
Members of the hostess commit
tee include Mrs. I. H. Abrams,
.Irs. Murray Berkowitz, Miss Sut
Jerkowitz, Mrs. Flora Berman.
Mrs. Sadie Bieler, Mrs. Morris
Bienenfeld, Mrs. B. I. Binder, Mrs.
Haribel Blum. Mrs. Shepard Broad
Irs. Viola Charcowsky, Mrs.
Joseph Cohen.
Also Mrs. Rose Cohen, Mrs
-'amuel Cohen, Mrs. Max Deakter.
Irs. Bernard Edelstein, Mrs
ilanca Egozi, Mrs. Irving Firtel.
Vet Esther Goodman. Mrs. Sarr
'larris, Mrs. Jacob Katz, Mrs
Minna Kipnis, Mrs. Charles Mer
vitzer, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey
?rs. Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Sam
Rosenfeld, Mrs. Samuel Rosner.
Also Mrs. Anna Schandler, Mrs
-"tta Schiff, Mrs. Ruth Schoencr.
Irs. Pearl Schwartz. Mrs. Mende'l
Selig, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mrs
(erman L. Shaw, Mrs. Max Silver
l>erg and Mrs. Ida Wessrl.
Mrs. Koretzky and Mrs. Hollo
have been active leaders for the
' ilebiiw Academy. Temple Kmanu-
:,, Israel Bonds and the Greatei
; .ii'ami Jewish Federation and have
served as li aders of numerous su
I luncheons, dinners and teas
n b half of leading Jewish and
non-sectarian causes.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, is shown assisting an Israeli soldier with
teiilin at Zahal (Israeli defense forces) outpost on Mt. Her-
mon, overlooking Syrian plains. Rabbi Gross will take
back to Israel a Sefer Torah donated by Hebrew Academy
Fellows, following his talk at the school's 26th annual schol-
arship dinner Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ju The Miami Chapter of the East The Jewish Legion veterans use
Coast Chapter of the Veterans of periodic reunions to continue their
the Judean Battalions is expected ties wjth the past 55 to 56 years,
to be represented bv Col. R. Jack u j j
t ,..;,. iTo;____t gathering data and mementoes of
Lewis, chairman, when it convenes .
Sunday afternoon at the Central 'the enlistment days of 1918 for
Synagogue Community Center in the Bet Hagdudi, the Soldiers
New York City. Museum in Avichail.
Sefer Torah
Inscribed By
Fellows
Fellows ol the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academymen and worn- I
ii who join its 613 Mitzvot Corps
or 1973 by contributing a $613
cholarshin to the South's largest
Hebrew day schoolwill parti-
cipate in a unique undertaking
this year.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
ipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
ake back to Israel with him a
Sefer Torah for the Zahal, Israel's
Jeiense Forces.
The Sefer Torah, in which all i
bellows of the Academy will have '
ihe honor of inscribing a letter,
.vill be placed in the newly built '
.ynagogue on the key Israeli out-
post on Mt. Hermon.
It is the outpost, seized by the
Syrians in the opening houis of
he Yom Kippur War and regained
>y the Israelis in the closing day
if fighting, which commands the i
Golan Heights and the Syrian
plains leading to Damascus.
Rabbi S. M. Dolgin. director
general of the Israel Ministry of
iteligious Affairs, wrote Hebrew
Academy president Irving Firtel
his week:
"We have been deeply moved '
'o learn that the Hebrew Academy
.s undertaking the writing of a
Sefer Torah for the Isreal Defense
force, as part of its campaign.
We assure you that the need for
l'orahs is great and look forward
to receiving the one you will send.
\\ e will present ; i ur Sefer Torah
o the new synagogue on Mt. Her-
mon. We wish you great success \
n your effort* tor Torah educa-
tion and Israel."
Kabbi Gross, who was in Israel
on Sabbatical leave when the
October war began, has been busy
in Israel helping with the religious
needs of Israelis at the front line.
Rabbi Gross, who returned to
Miami Beach this week to par-
ticipate in the Hebrew Academy's
26th annual scholarship dinner to
h" hM Sundav night at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, received official
commendation irom tne /.anal lor
his efforts.
The Sefer Torah's cost was
underwritten by Mr. and Mrs. I. H. |
Abiams in honor of Mrs. Abrams'
late parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Merwitzer, founders of the He-
brew Academy.
It will be dedicated to the men
of the Zahal in honor of the sec-
ond Bar Mitzvah, 83rd birthday,
of Samuel Reinhard, senior vice
president of the Hebrew Academy,
which will be celebrated at the
Sunday night banquet.

Upon request of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, the Florida Regional Office of Merkos
Chabad Lubavitch is hereby urging all rabbis, principals, teachers, and all Jewish men
and women at this time of the great tension in Israel, to see that:
(1) Every Jewish home should have a charity box and coins should be put in daily.
(2) EVery Jewish home should light the Chanukah candles and to make sure on
Friday to light before 5:15 p.m. and Saturday night after 6:15 p.m.
Special emphasis should be made to teach the children the story of Chanukah and
the kindling of the Menorah together with giving them a few coins as a Chanukah pres-
ent, thereby enabling them to give charity.
Anyone who finds it hard to fulfill any of the above should turn to our office and
we will be glad to help out. At: 1257 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, or call 672-8947.
RABBI A. KORF, REGIONAL DIRECTOR
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an alternative to walking. University Manors
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COMPLETE RECREATION
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Another energy saving asset ot University
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Friday. December 21. 1973
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Robert Alda is starring in Ste-
phen Sondheim's legendary,
~ nostalgic, musical extravagan-
~ za at The Coconut Grove Play-
9 house through Sunday.
' ,_________._ .___ _________. _.______________.__-^_^_
J 'Nursing Career
Week' at Jackson
i To Include Tours
? Nursing siuoents, i:ceaC prac
': ticai nurses and registe'^d nurses
y throuuhout the community are in-
X vited to tour Jackson Memorial
5 Hospital during the week of Jan.
' 21 to 26.
Nurse Career Week at the hos-
3 pital will include tours of the hos-
pital's specialized intensive care
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Friday, December 21, 1973
Rosemary's Thvme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
II looked like one grand psy-
chiatrist's re.-'sion at the Miami
showing of the American Film
Festival's "The Homecoming."
Actually a few good hour sessions
*ith an analyst might help ex- (
plain Pinter's play, but there cer-
tainjy were plenty of doctors in ;
tow Tuesday night at the Coral
Theatre. Harry and Ruth Graff,
liei n.':d and Ethel Tumarkin,
and Howard and Shrila Golden,
veterans of "A Delicate Balance"
nd '"The Iceman Cometh." all ,
were there for another depress-
ing evening.
t< -a &
Speaking of depressing eve- :
nings. The Coconut Grove Play- j
house opened its official season
with Follies." I'm afraid the '.
audience was more exciting than .
the show, in spite of Julie Wilson '
who lends style to anything in J
which she appears. Braving this
particular "folly" were Tuny and ,
Anna Mae Ross, Hcrmine and
Henry Weiner, Estelle and Emit
Gould with daughter Taffy. Billy
and Yo Miller, Frankie and Elton
Cary, Dr. Marshall Pepper, Alan
Kadcliffe, and Carol and Dick
GersL in, who found their way
next door to "Tlie Widow Mc-
Coy'...
For people over 30. that's an-
other depressing scene. Seeing
all those beautiful kids jumping
round on the dance floor makes j
my middle years weigh heavy
upon me. and I don't believe for
a minute that I'm growing better,
not older.
* ft
If you want a really spectac-;
ular evening, become friendly
with Nancy and Hank Green and *
get invited to their home, "Jour-
ney- End." Nancy, although not
related to Nancy Z., who, as I've ,
indicated before doesn't exist any-
way, may yet become Nancy Z.'s |
most serious competition in the
hostess department...
A simple gala for 300 warmed
their new house on Old Cutler
d. There were crystal chan- I
deliers in the trees, floating j
flowers in the pond, floating !
Marcella, catering up a storm,
and guests floating through the
gardens, marveling at the beauty
of old Arthur fining Davis estate,
of the old Arthur Vining Davis es-
tate. What's nice is that Nancy is ^
a regular person, and can be seen
floating through Winn Dixie, just ;
like any of us ...
Since the Ford nomination peo-
ple seem more in the mood to
celebrate the season, and seen
celebrating at the Greens were
I.ina Maddaford, Nancy's voice
teacher (Nancy is a member of
Temple Israel's choir) Bar
bara and Neil Shiff, Lester
and Mary Freeman, Frank and
Marilyn Pearce, Chickee and Bob
Martin, Secretary of State Rich-
ard Stone and Marler.\ Marty
and Pat Fine, David and Lee
Blumberg.
ft ft ft
Office in the Grove was the
scene of another kind of party.
This one to present Ken Treister
and Joe Gerfield's new office
building to their friends and/or
the Miami businsss community.
The invitation said something
about viewing art, and I im-
agined that Ken had hung his
paintings around the building,
but his ait woik is an integral
part of the decor: there are con-
crete friezes in the walls, copper
and metal sculptured elevator
doors, walls of carved woodif
it sounds like too much, it isn't.
ft ft ft
Amongst the cheese and wine
the woid was again of Aspen.
More people going included Bob
and Rita Marcus (already there
and already with broken ankle),
Alan and Esther Kessler, and Pat
Goldstein with her teenage
daughter...
Others not going to Aspen, but
who went to the Treister and
Garfield soiree and who I could
see across the huge open tenth
floor of the building are Bernard
and Florence Jacobson, Sue Stev-
en, Barbara and Flip Phillips.
Marty and Judy Smith, Allie
Kahn, Jerry Katcher and Jeanne
Martin, Norma Kipni, Elsa and
Mel Greenberg, Bernie and Ellea
Mand'iir, and the rest were the
people who had been to the
Greens the night before. Includ-
ing the Greens.
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Nancy Bcrke, 20, having completed four years of work at the Uni-
versity of -Miami in 2'a years, will
receive a bachelor of education de-
gree, cum luude, from the univer-
sity this month. Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Berke, 4301
Alton Rd.. Nancy graduated with
honors from Miami Beach High
School in 1971, and received an
AA degree with honors from Mi
ami Dade Community College in
.972. In spite of her intensive
schedule of studies, Nancy has al
v:iy3 found time to serve her com-
munity. She has taught Sunday
School at Temple Emanu-El. gave
service to the Optimist Club, and
collects funds for leukemia and
muscular dystrophy when they put
on their drives.
*
Albert Markovitz. fiscal coordinator at Miami Dade Community
College, has been promoted to lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army
Reserve, Commissioned an Army Transportation Corps officer in June
1951. he was called to active duty for two years, and served as chief.
Enlisted Personnel .Section, Transportation Replacement Training
Center, Ft. Eustis. Va., and Personnel and Special Services officer. 70th
Transportation Truck Battalion in Korea. Since 1966, Col. Markowitz
h.is held.a mobilization de:-ignee position as a Logistics Staff officer in
the office of the deputy chief of staff for Logistics, Department of the
Army, Washington. D.C. He is a member of Beth David Congregation
Reserve, Commissioned an Army Transportation Corps officer in June

Sol Shave, newly elected president of the 5660 Social Club con-
ducted the first meeting at the Collins Avenue condominium last Mon-
day night. Also elected during the organizational meeting were Mark
Denberg, vice president: Rose I.iederman, treasurer; Don Freund, sec-
retary; Jerry Rosenstein, sergeant-at-arms, and Joe Glucksman, parlia-
mentarian. Among those proposed for the board of governors were
Irving Korpuel, Max Boderman, Irving Ross, Claire Brotman, I. D.
Shapiro. Harrv Rott, Sam Epstein and Belle Schwarti.

Mrs. Ceil Ross Block, president of the Women's Cancer League of
Miami Beach, has reported that another contribution was made to
Mount Sinai Medical Center Wednesday at the Cancer League's 15th
annual fund raising luncheon. A check was presented to Sam Gertner
executive vice president of Mount Sinai, bringing the total amount of
the Cancer League's contributions to well over $500,000.

Florence Wein and her husband have returned from 45 clays in
Eastern Europe most of which was spent in Iron Curtain countries
Having been to many of those same countries five years aqo. the Wein-
were interested in any changes which may have occurred during that
period. Visited were Russia. Czechoslovakia. Rumania, Hungary. Aus-
tria YugOS avia. Germany. Poland. Greece and Italy.

A highly successful mid-year growth conference was held by
Women's American Organization for Rehabilitation through Training
(OUT), Southeastern-Florida region, at the Eden Roc Hotel Dec. 5
Convention summary was given by Mrs. Steven Tobak, president of the
Kendall Chapter and Mrs. Irving Fein/iK, president of the Eastern
Shores Chapter. Reports were given by region president. Mrs. Gerald
Traktman. Mrs. Sydney Krnnish. chairman of the executive committee
and Mrs. Joseph Kanter, vice president of North Section and national
board member. The day was chaired by Mrs. Howard Horn, vice presi-
dent of expansion. Guest speaker was Mrs. Robert Wolfe, of the South
Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry.
Zvi Berger. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will he
among educators attending the Educators Council of America mid
year conference on Jewish education at Yeshiva University Monday
A HAPPY CWANUKAH TO ALL .
SHERMAN BAUMRIND & MILTON BHRENREICH
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The jaco- c. Cohen comniu
i.itv Synagogue and Sisterhood
Chanukah Festival will be held-r
Sunday noon in the Deauvi lc Ho-
el. according to an announcement
by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Proceeds from the banquet will
;o toward the fund for wounded
Midlers in Israel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. chaplain and ex-
cutive vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
imi. who recently returned from
'srael. and Cantor Meyer Engel
will conduct a candlelighting cere-
mony.
Serving on the committee are
\fr. and Mrs. Alfred Liebcr, Mrs
\lthea Greenstein, Mrs. S. Gott-
Vb, Sol Krevat. I*adorc Brafman.
Mex Littman. HiUel Lies and B. D.
Wilton. President of the syna-
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Spanish, English, Hebrew Among
Classes Available at Miami *\'
)iscussing future Zionist Organization of
America events are (from left to right) David
piesser, newly appointed as Southeast Re-
gion director of the ZOA; Sidney Raymond,
honorary national vice president; Mortimer
May, past national president; Herman L.
Weisman, current national president, and
Jacob Riflcin, local Jewish community leader.
The Y.M VWIIA of Greater Mi-
imi, a par! o! the Jewish Co:nmu-
ity Centers of South Florida, an-
lounoes that in cooperation with
indscy Hopkins Adult Educ
< asses will be offered i r
period of 16 weeks startir^ Tues
Jay, Jan. 22, at the V, 85oU S\\
u. St.
i{c-:i trafona arc now being
,.k' n for the following classes: art,
Monday 9 a.m. to noon, Wednes-
lay, 7 to 10 p.m.: Spanish for be-
inners, Tuesday and Thursday,
7 to 10 p.m.; Spanish for Inter-
mediates, Tuesday and Thursday,
9 a.m. to noon; English for foreign
born. Tuesday and Thursday, 9
a.m. to noon, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
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a.m. to noon.
For further information on
.i'U'-c contact Vi\iai Be k-
r al the v.
Holida/ Greetings
To The Jewish Community
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 576-3060
pneer Women Plan Chapter Meetings
plat Chapter of Pioneer Worn- will conduct the meeting
will hold a regular meeting
p-day at 7:30 p.m. at the Wash-
Ito.'i Federal, 1234 Washington
Frieda Levitan is program
|;rman: Faye Brucker in charge
ailture. Veda Gruber. president.
Golda Meir Chapter will hold
its regular meeting Wednesday
noon, at the Washington Fedeiai.
1234 Washington Ave. A conven-
tion repoit will be presented by
Katherine I ippman, pre ident.
(Finalists In Marathon
The eight finalists in the $25.00C
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New York attorney He-man I..
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rimer May. former president of i
he Zionist Organization of Amer- ,
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The reception was held in honor
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Pilsk. president of the Southeast
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were Rabbi Irving I.ehrman, and
David die-sir who has just as-
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director of the Southeast Region.
A p'of-'rani of Israeli and Yid
dish folk songs was presented by
Cantor Sol Breeh and Mrs. Estelle
lobe man. Among the 75 guests
(trending were I.con J. Ell, Ben
riller, Rabbi II. Jo!t. Bernard
Katz. Gdbert Rappiport, Mr. and
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Bar Mitzvah
Lehrer Arthur Colsky Jay friedland Andrew Rand
1ITCHEI.1. MOSES
ell Lane, ion of Mr. and
ro:i.e Most-'. 1945 SW 35th
he Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
at B'nai Israel, 9700 Sun
Kelob.-ant will be honored
Ciddush following services
^^k leeeption and buffet din-
he Hampshire Inn Satur-
ai.'u.
ft
lARTHl'R COLSKY
Spi ncer. son of Dr. and
cob Colsky. will be called
a portion of the To rah at
Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 22
11:15 a in. m Temple Judea ol
\al Gables.
rthu: is a seventh grade honor
lent at Caiver Junior High
1, where he plays the trumpet
school orchestra. A Hebrew
Ol graduate, he will continue
[ religious education through
nation.
celebration will take the
of a family reunion, and be-
his grandmother. Mrs. Min-
Belen of New York, guests
Texas, Tennessee, New York,
New Jersey will be present.
tr ti -fr
LEONARD LEHRER
laid Moiton, son of Mr. and
s. Joshua Lehrer, will become
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 22 in
dpi.- Eiiianu-Ef*
lard is an eighth grade stu-
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to the
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idenl at the Hebrew Academy am!
has been studying for h-s Bai
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant will be honored
ith a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
j C! and a reception at the Voisifl
Restaurant. His grandmother. Mrs
'da Berkowitt, will attend the
.-vent.
JAY FRIEDLAND
Jay Selig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Be.nard Friedland 0I Coral Gables
will be called to the 'I'm ah as a
Bar Mitzvah during Chanukah Sab
>a'h Services Dec. 22 at Temph
Israel.
An ciphth grade honor student
I it Ponce de Leon Junior High
I School, Jay is a member of tin
\ student Council. He is the 1973
1 Science Fair Grand Award winner
in the Lower Junior Division and
i the 1973 national award winner
; .'or Junior Lapidary Achievement
Honored guests will be hi-
naternal grandmother. Mrs. Ida
Denmark, and paternal grandfa-
her, J. G. Friedland.
a -a
GEOFFREY MARKS
Geoffrey Marks wili become Bar
| Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 22 in Ash-
1 kelon, Israel.
Geoffrey, the son of Dr. and
; Mrs. Clifford Marks, is an eighth
grade student at Ransom School.
I and is a member of Boy Scout
j Troop No. 64. He received his re-
I igious training at Temple Judea.
i 's a Hebrew School graduate, and
| .ill continue on through Con-
i 'inflation,
Many family members and
'riends will join the Marks in cele-
brating the simcha in Israel.
Geoffrey is the grandson of Mr.
md Mrs. Leon Henry of North
Miami Beach, and Mr, and Mrs.
'ack Marks of Ashkclon, Israel.
ft
ANDREW RAND
Early Saturday morning services.
Dec. 22 at Temple Beth Moshe
vill include the Bar Mitzvah of
\ndrew Alan, son nf Mr. and Mrs.
Judy Rand of North Miami.
Andrew is a student in the
' -ighth grade at Thomas Jefferson
| funior High School, where he par
, tic'ipates hi football and music
I activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Rand will host the
j Oneg Shabbat and the Kiddush in
honor of their son. The celebrant
ill alco be honored at a recep-
tion and dinner Saturday evenine
it the Eden Roc Hotel. Honored
wests will include Mrs. Goldie
Rand and Milton Solomon, grand-
parents.
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MICHAEL BROUDY
Michael Robert, son of Mrs.
I Nancy Broudy and Donald Broudy,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at '
Beth Torah Congr.-gation Satur-
day, Dec. 22.
Michael is in the seventh gradi
ai John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and has attended the
Harold Wolk Religious School at:
Beth Turah for four veai .
- Michael reception and dinner given by hi'
parents Saturday evening. Among
the guests will be his grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ruth
iiin oi Miami Beach and Mrs.
'fh l Broudy of North Miami
Beach.
!N THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6619
J. GWYNN PARKER
M'-i-ifF to CREDITORS
In RE: Bstnte of
STEFANIA I.INEK
I lei ..I >* I
Po All Credltori and am Percona Hav-
nk: I'l.iims or DtfllianUs AjCtilnnl Buid
ButHle:
Vmi are hereby notified and renulrel
to i renent any clalma ami demands
which you may have against the en-
late of BTEFANIA l.lNKK deceased
., i i mue i ounty, Florida, to 'i'1
JudKf> of bade Countv. and
. Mi. ~;in in rlnnlloate and af ""-
. idi il in Bi ctlon 7:':: IS, Florida Btat-
iIpk, iii their offloea In the Count)
'ourtlmuxe Dade County. Plorldn.
within four calendar month from il"-
ni. of il-, flral publication I.....I
r the i ni-' w U i"' barred.
Dali il .ii Miami, Florida, Ihl
\,\ of 1 lecember, AH. 1973.
ROSEMARY MBBSANO
Ah Exi cutrlx
Flral publication of th'n notice on
he M day of December, 1978
\yiii'i:\v i 'ii-rii ,
Attorney for Executrix
9326 Park Drive. Suit.- E
.Miami Shores, Florida ililliiS
I2/14-S1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
DORWIN'S
S72 WASHINGTON AVE.
532-4061
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6*61
NOTICE OF PROBATE
IN KK: ESTATE OF
HERMAN AU8UBBL
rwreJisort
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AI.I. PERSONS IXTKKKTPI)
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECED-
ENT.
You nre hereby notified that a wrlt-
1 ten instrument nuroortintr tn ho th^
lant will anil ti'slnment of said der"l-
enl has been admitted to probate in
said Court. You are hereby romm^nd-
d within six calendar months from
the dal.- of Ih-- first publication of
this notice to aporar in said four!
mid show cause, if any you ran. why
ihe action of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
tin revoked,
FRANK 11 DOW I INC,
Circuit Court Judee
RICHARD P BRINKER, Clerk
By MIRIAM H HENTJRICKSON
i lennty clerk
NELSON & KKI.DMAN. PA.
Attorneys
MS5 Kane Concourse
ll.-iy Hnrhor Islands
Miami Beach, Florida. SUM
First publication of this notice on
tb, 10 day of N-cmber.^_i4_;i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH=.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOfl
JADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7202
FRANK B. DOWUNG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III KK: l-i.,'.. of
lOSEPH FELDMAN
eAedWS; fa*- *
11 All Clvdl tors ind l'.' Pi rs< IIa\ -
i 'laims or l ii in.u i- Ami lm I Bald
Instate:
You ar< horehj i
H 'II I ill
Which J II II.: i amiiiisl till -
ti Ji ISEPH I El DMA
late bade Countv. and fi thi sam<
ii duplii ale anil iirovldcd in s-.
lion 7:;:; 16, Florida Statute
offices iii the County Courthouse In
Dade Count} Florid i with i foi
endar months f; i thi tlmi nf tin
flrsl pub leal lot lie i ', or Ihe mi
>v ill be hnn '- FI il ,i Miami '"' irlda, n Ii Ii 'hi*
of Dei .in r, A : !tii3
Sunfotd S Fan
M inn.- Fi i
As Kxei in. rs
First publication .if this notl.....n
the 11 da> ol l' in' 191 I
K.W NCK FINK .< FORMAN
Atlorneyt for
i o-Exei utors ai d lh< K- lati
IS02 Congress P-l la.
Miami. Fla. "
'.J 14-21
NOTICE UNCS I FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
Ni ITICE IS Ml !!..:'! UIVE.V tl at
the undersigned, I'eslrlns to eiiaaae ii
utlness under the fl litloun name or
NELSON FEI.DMAN A DAVIDSON
Attornej I aw at I I3."i Knne I !>*
ourse Miami Beach Intend '. retrla-
ter snld name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of bade Countv, Flor
I
NRI SON & FE1 li.MAN. P A.
a Plorlda corporation, and
LEONARD II DAVIDSI IN
1J 7-1 t-'Jl -^.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7159
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH L IIIMNKI.I.K
.I. ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ni Claims or Demands Attalnst Said
Batati ,
You are hereby notified hum reoulrea
o present anj claims and demands
A-hlch you msv have naaii > l the es-
tate of 'OSEPH I.. BRUNEI.I E de-
ceased Uti of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
tv and fi!'- the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In !!" Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
il.i \- iiliin four calendar monthi fron
thi tlmi of the firsi publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 13
if December, a l> ii'T::
EDMl'ND .1 BRI'NELLE
As Administrator
Flrsl publication of this notice on
he J' day of December, 1973,
ii;r. mond .1 Wolf, Ksn.
Vttoi itey for Administrator
i191 v ay 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312S ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" i u-at.'
in business under thi fictitious nami
of MEDICAL CHECK-CP al I44M
Kendale Lakes Blvd., Miami. Fla
33141 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "l
Dade Countv. Florida
MYRA SCHNE11 ER
II 30 12/7-14 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV SION
PROBATE NO. 73-7153
IN: RE E8TATI
I HtviN'ri si :, \i i '.
. ll
NOTICE OF iOBATE
THE STATE OF F..OP
TO Ml I' BWI
THE ESTATE 'jLj I I
lent
.,!;
inlin lied
I uri ,:
Inn six call
ii
., ild i" url
rind sin causi
nop of t'nu H'lg
i| n ii to proln Imuld poi i
in re\
JOHN H III ANTi .N
cult ludgi
HI. HARD I It'NI
ID CORNEI.I Kol .-' iN
I K-Plll I
!|K I iSK
i ; Ili'.ONNEK 4NL1 KARP ;' A.
Atlorne) I Ex i u
ll Ni h II III
\i ii' F'orldn
Flrsl PUbl notlci ;i
he i\ da) of I nhei I
IN THE C'RCU T COURT OF 'HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
D'V SION
NO 73-3^447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'ii l:. Tl Mai I lae-i
Mil a ''V T, PAREDES '
and '
ROR1 i i PAREI '''- ""
Tl I l OHERTo I
\..;,.-.,,i,. lie I I
I'ar.o lis, Y. n
YOC VRE HEREB'.....I
Petition for Dlssi lul id ''
has been fil- ,,-.. hereby renulred
> insu or oil ei Ii ea I
the Petition on il i V Ifi
I ESTER R< IERS, ; addn
1454 N IV. 17th Avenui Mlam Flor-
ida 3312a, and file th.
the Clerk of Ihe above sty'ed i mrl
on ,,r before thi da) of '' ',i irv,
U :i or .i d< fault "ill entered
you.
DATED ilii- 13 day of I.......mber.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk nf the Cln uil Court
B) C P COPE1 AND
Deputy lerk
-2S 1 1-11
da!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-7158
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,n RE: Estate of
IRVING SCI IA Fh"/IN
deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
> < .nms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd reauired
o "respnt any claims and demands
which you may have HKainst the es-
ate of IRVING BCHAPFZIN de-
easeil late of Dade County, Florida,
o the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
mil file (he same in iluolicnte and
is provided In Section 733.16, Florida
ftfttUtaa, ill their offices in the Coun-
f Courthouse in Dade County Flor-
;da. within four calendar months i
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 6 day
f December. AD 1!'73.
EDMFND ARTHUR 8CHAFFZIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on ,
the 14 dav of December. 1973
SPARBER. ZEMEL ROSKIN.
HE1LBRONNER AND KARP PA.
Attorneys for Exei-utor
ino North Biacayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
11/14-31
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Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karate.
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Camp Barney Medina
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hold a meeting at the Greater Miami Y.M.H.A. on December 23rd;at 1:00 p.m.
For further information, call 534-6556 aftei 6 00 p.m.
Steven H. Krams director
Formally, asst. director UAH C. Camp Coleman;
Youth Director Temple Israel and Temple Both Sholom, Miami. Regional
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1745 Peachtree Road. N E Atljnta. Georgii 30309


Page 14-B
pjmisti nnrkffor
Friday, December 21, 19*3' V
Miami Beach Home for the Aged 3-Year-Olds Being Cantttelighting
Enrolled in Class And Auction Sale
Provides >l)iii<
By ISABEL GROVE
i
"Nursing 'l$tre in the Miami
Bi.- i H< bn in Home tor the Aged
is distinctlj d 11 i il h n rriirs
ing care in any other facility,*'
die!,.its Sidney Sie el, executive
vice president of H me.
"it is not sufficient just to treat
the 'sick' because agin. brings
\ ih it the problems <>f long term
illness in ever increasin | num-
bers." .Mr. Siegi I asserts
health declines and phy ical in-
dependi ice is lost, any change is
seen with fear bj the aged pcrsi
"According lu my ob ei vation,"
adds Mr. Siegel, "probably the
most painful experience in life
comes when one must give up
independent living and }0 live in
a Inline where others make one's
decisions.
"The result is loneliness, rejec-
tion, lack of motivation and in-
security resulting from mental
and physical inactivity. That is
why, here at the Home, restorative
and rehabilitative medicine are
practiced by the nurses.
"The main interest at the
Home," Mr. Siegel states, "is the
*rent Nursing dare
Registration for three-year-olds A Chanukah candlelight i
ssures, temperatures, giving in- for the nursery and pre-kinder- mony will be featu ed at I .1
ons, treatments and cha tin marten classes ol remple Emanu- meeting of Sunshine
"However, we make no hard i:i and the Lehrman Daj School B'nai B'rith Women to b hId
l fasl rule.- because each per- for the January term is under .v.iy. tVednesdaj noon at the Wash
:i requires individual appraisal, ion Federal, 699 NE 187th SI Re
I included In hi good health Parents maj enroll 1 eir young- .. ..,. M
ire his environ nent, the food he s,l'rs :i' school oft ces ; i h at the
eats, his personal living and rec- synagogue. 1701 Washington v
onal habits, outlook on life, :,;_l al l!u' N'":,;i sho e
i .\ tion lor living and proper ,2~ ",! v'
xercise.
One of th" most important
'en ices a nurse can give the aged
: I i help them make the neces-
:i y ps>< nts in
Mr. Siegel belief
lat is why al the Home, resi-
dents are helped to develop the
!;abit of looking forward in -1 ad
i! back. The nurses heir loam the
ii I'm! attitude by being sym-
. athetic and sincere. She has to
be not only interested in 'lie resi-
dent's physical needs, but his
interests and emotional well being
i- well.
"Each nurse at the Home, /om
supervisor right down to the aides.
.-.tiers total, but never terminal,
care.
The classes for the tl
olds are su icrvised by
Brandeis, director of pre-school
ducation for Temple Emanu El.
GELB
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Open tVery Ooy tlt.Vrf ia*bof
4Q.1SW, 57th'Ave.' /JFVQ 1-8583
Miorri\ Only Stricily Jewilh
Monument Dealer
An auction sale will be
d bj Mrs, Charl tte Fit
,unds raised will go to BBW i I
Mr?. Josei h Mor an is I
lenl
GOODMAN UNVEILING
Vht dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
IIIIIAN GOODMAN
will take place Sunday,
December 30th at 12 noon
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving lehrman oftic:cting.F
Friends and Relatives
are asked to be present.
r
The nursing staff at the Miami
resident. That interest extends to Beach Hebrew Home for the Aged
the most commonly thought of is just about the finest in the ("tin
nursing duties such as taking blood try." is Mr. Siegel's proud boast.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C~ THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-30789
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV "' ->.. mki.--:il-..
NORMAN P. FRENETTE, hui-lia.nl
and
.- WH.'t.x i, PRENETTE, wife
"' SAM IRA 0 Fl,'|-\|-i
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ion for DIsKouItlon ..f Mar-
1 filed voa and
requln d to bi i v........y ,,f
your written defensea, if any, to it
' thur il I Innon. Eu attoi v
h i address la I 30.
8 i an Drive, Hallandoh rll
I file the orlxli with the
thi abovi styled
' irj 2\, 1974:
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LEGAl NOTICE

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV CE
ir .. ,N0 PROPERTY,
MTHJj :;rcuit court of thb
Ei-cVENTH JUDICIAL. Cirri ,
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOI
C-ADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-30653
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
RE: vniUAi !-: tF
. VN MARIA H< 'Vi.s.
- SRNANDO HOYOS,
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12 81-28 ; i;:
B H TVMINSKI
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Ireull Courl .s,..,l,
Ronald A Altei
l: d Suite in
Miami Beach. Fli |0
Attorney for Petitions '"
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jber 21. 1973
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Pcge 15 B
ECAl NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
JNDER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
HEREBY OIVBN that
Hi, desiring to engage In
the fiotilious name of
BT MANAGEMENT &
|CE CO.Mi'ANY a1 1361
Avenue, Miami Reach
igistor mid name wiih
the Circuit Court of
Florida.
l('n-(iwiier.
tihcri Perweln
Paul Farkas
i>l>
y
Petitioners
Lincoln Road
Florida 3313!
1I/30 12.7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKBBT GIVEN Dial
'he undersigned desiring to inpn In
m under th.- fictitious name e|
THE HOl'SE OK OANCEDO at L'4T7
W'esl 4th Ave., Mlaleah, Fla, llnia
-. i... i,i name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade
i i urn \. Florida
Ji mis Gancedo, Pros
Wlllfredo Ranches, Bi cr,
Mario a. < lomei Treas
II 7-14-21-28
ICUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IRIDA IN AND FOR
VDE COUNTY
|AL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
<- No. 73-28939
JCE OF ACTION
lOCH.
Cik'H and THE
pt IUNDATION, n
Icorpo ration,
i J. KOCH. Respondent
oum>. 4 noilion Koud
New Jersey
l/EREUX
lATION, a Pennsylvania
jpondent
r\\ aterloo Road
Pennsylvania
iM'TlFIED that an ac-
flcatlun of a child cus-
Bias been filed against
are required to servo
tour written defenses, It
MILLER & poDELL.
^attorneys, whose, ad-
Mncoln Road, .Miami
la, on or before Dec-em-
I. and file the original
irk of this court either
.1 petitioner's att-tr.
immediately thereafter;
Mer.iult will be entered
I for the relief demanded
fmy hand anil the seal i t
the 28 day of Novem-
Lrd p. brinker
fciei'k of tlie 'ourt
I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
il 80 12/7-14-21
NOT CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-29864
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
V RE: Till-: MARRIAGE OP,
tEBECCA CORTEZ.
Petitioner,
iAMUEL CORTEZ.
Rei pondent.
TO: SAMUEL. CORTEZ
LIT', Reeda Mill Latia
Bronx, \ett York i it:.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
bat .'ii action for Dissolution "t Mai
iage has been filed agalnsl you am
i'U are required to si i \ a i ops o
our written defenses, if any, to i>
i FRiKDA.AN A I.IPCON. attorney
'or Petitioner whom address is 37:i7
I.W, ii St.. suite 109, Miami. Flor-
in 33134 t44r>.6485), and file the orlg.
nal with the clerk of the above
j .il court on or before January 19,
974; otherwise a default will be en-
.-red against >ou for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice .-hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ii THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS ins hand and the .- -cl uf
-aid courl at Miami. Florida "ii thli
i day of December, 1978
RICHARD P. DRINKER
a- Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade t ounty Florida
I c. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
fRIEDMAN AND UPCON
7 : S VV Mb St., Suite l"'.'
Miami. Floi ida 63134
. ;! i'etltlouer
IS 14- 11-28 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-29461
ACTION FOR DISSO'.UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK THE MARRIAGE < >F
RAFAKLA C. H1H1ART
anil
HIGINIO HIRIART
TO Hlglnlo Hliiart
Residence 1'nknown
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bean filed against you and
yotl ^re reciuired ... serve a copy of
your written defenaes, if any. to n
ii Adolfo Koss, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is im n w
'2th Avenue. Miami Florida 88118,
mil file the original with the clerk
f the above styled court on or be-
fore January 11, 1974: otherwise
It fault will he entered against you
U r th.- relief demanded in the com-
lain', or petition
This notice shall be published once
a. h v i ek for lour consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-aid court at Miami. Florida on this
: day "f December. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Courl
I>nd. County, Florida
By C. P. copri.and
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ADOI FO KOSS ESQ
STONE \- B08TCHIN. PA.
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Fla 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
12/7-14-21-28
UCE OF ACTION
TUCTIVE SERVICE
|0 PROPERTY)
RCUIT COURT OF THE
fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"> IN AND FOR
kDE COUNTY.
kCTlON NO. 73-30191
FOR DISSOLUTION
|F M A f. HI AGE
MARRIAGE I F
tZi i
pChazo
4-1
H> y
Aires, Argentina
11 Kit Kill NOTIFIED I
n for Dissolution of Mar-
filed against you and
ii ... se, V- a < oi-\ i.t
defenses, it* any, t" it
attorney for Peti-
a.hlr.ss is 101 N.W. 12th
imi. Florida 88128 and,
final ith the cl.rk of j
|iyi.d court on or before
otheru Ise a default will
against you to: tin- ra-
id in the complaint or
hall be published once
pr four consecutive weeks
.ISH FLORIDIAN
m. hand ami the seal
|rt at .Ml.'llH. Florida (n
if Dec 1973
EA.KD P. BRINKER
Berk. Circuit Court
County. Florida.
II. M. KI88BE
Is I'. nt v Clerk
rt Seal)
Esquire
itchm. p A.
A\ enue
33128
r Petitioner
12 14-2I-2S 1 4
riCE OF ACTION
IRUCTIVE SERVICE
|0 POi-ipERTV)
CUIT COURT or TUE
vh judicial circuit
^^brida in and for
' 'dade county.
Ruction no t> w>u
^P<- "r)iCTION
DIVISION
FOR DISSOLUTION
)F MARRIAGE
*>' ACE OF
>N.
CL COLON.
^BeANt'EL COLON
ponce
pOlle.:.- \ venue
BNeW Vorlr
E HKKEI1Y NOTIFIED
Jf'fn '- Dissolution of Ma'-
Bteen filed against you and
MgUir. (I I" serve a copv of
'ten defenses, if any. to it
jl CASPF.lt attorney 'or Pe-
Mrttose address is IV! Secur-
" Bldi 11!' E Flagler Si
38131. and file 'he orig-
Btie clerk of the above
on or before January
_erwiee a default will be
Eat you for the relief de-
,.!,.. .. ...-l-,in' -..- ..elltlon
Uce shall be published once
[for four consecutive weeks
nyiSH FI-OHIDTAN.
J mv hand and the seal of
at Sli.inil. Florida on this
[of December. 1973
fCHARD P HHINKF.R
^Mgrk. Circuit Court
ade Countv Florida
r By A. J RIVAS
As Deputy Clerk
Bf Oeall
ISPER
gler Street
pddu 33131
Petitioner
12/14-21-26 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hi ii den Iriii d, dei it Inn t" enaaare in
.ii: me.-.- under the llctitlouti nami ol
i.-.\ (JA.V'I LI HJ Bl -477 West 4th
Ave., Hlaleah, Fla. 83010. Intend lo
..........i. \. nil the i I. i k of
. Circuit I' ui t of I lade County.
Florid.,.
Jesus i lancado, Prea,
\\ ilfredo Sanchea Seer.
.\;,n lo A. Gomes, Tn
I- 7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'IIDir.'Ai CI'""Urr
OF Fl opioa IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
F >N
PROBATE NO. 73-6929
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate "f
JACK ROSS
di eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha>
i"iin- or Demands Attains! said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JACK ROSS deceased late of
......iaa. the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, aitd file
the same In duplicate and as provided
ii Section 733.10. Florida Statute)
heir nffflces In the Counts Court-
house i" Dade County, Florida, with-
n tour calendar months from the
me of the first publication hereof.
i- th. name will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, ibis :. day
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7217
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ESTHER P BCK8TEIN
lice, as.d
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and required
t. present anj claims and demands
which you may have analnst'the es-
i Esther P Eckstein d< ceasj tl
i-ii,. ol Dad.- County, Florida thi
i iv. nit Judger of Dad. County, and
file the sain.- in duplicate and as pro-
vi.i. o iii s.. lion 7 Ifl. Florida Btal
ii-,. in thelt nff'.cee In the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County, Florldn
within tour calendar months from the
lime t t the flrsi publication hereof.
r 'he same will be barred.
Filed at .Miami. Florida, this >> das
] > Al> 1973
Kdv. n ii Eckstein
A- Executor
Flrsl publication of tins notice on
the 14 das ol Dei 1973
Aronovlts, Bil\ er .>; Booth
Hi: Sidney M, Aronovlts. Eaaulre
Attorney for
Estate f Esther P Eckstein
Alnsles Btilldlna:
Miami. Fla. '.3132
Ii 14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6154
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estate of
HARRIETTS FENIAS
dl I cased.
To All Cr.dit.is and All Persons llav- I
me Claims "i Demands Aitain^l Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands |
which v"u may have against the !
tate of HARRIETTS FENIAS de-
eased late of Dad. County, Florida,
to the circuit Judges of Dade Counts'
and file th. same Iii dunllcate and a- j
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
statutes, iii their offices In the County |
'ourthouse in Dade County. Klorlda. |
within four calendar months from the j
lime of the first publication hereof,
r the same \v ill be bailed
Filed at Miami. Florid... this 2" day
of November. \ D 1973,
mai'.i.a RET i' c \ iNEH
At Administratrix CTA
First publication of this noil
the 11 dav of ..... 1973.
1ERA1.D 8IL.VERMAN
Vttorney for administratrix
10(1 Rol rt.- Bulldlna. Miami. Florida
I' 14-2'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I i undersigned, desiring to engajre In
business under the fictitious n me of
ANDRES TRANSMISSION Hi 1410
Paltn Avi i lie. Ilia!, all. ItHei 10
register said name with the Clerk "f
hi Circull "urt of Dade County.
Floi la
ANDRES i:sca\-|.\
12 7 M 21 .'>
NOTICE UNDER l-.!/!TIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFRERY GIVEN '
'he undersigned desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious nani. n|
TRD-COI'NT CI'TTlNO SERVICE at i
i! n K 17 li Terrace Intends to rep-1
>ster said name \. Ih Ihe Clerk of 'he
I Ircuil Court of Bade County. Flor-
ida.
ANN TRVPIANO
IAXTEH FRIEDMAN
\ it-.i ii. \ s foi Annllcnnl
v7'. N i: I68rd street
Voi th Mlalll. i'.e.o Ii Fli
12 7-11 21-28
NOTICE ItNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
he uiuli i signed, deslrl is lo ens
'n-iiu-- under the fictitious name "f
flAltl KS "It RATH INS Bl 9" i I
3rd Street, Hla'eah. Florida Ii
0 register said name w*th Ihe Clerl
f the Circull I '"in t "' I 'ad t 'ounty.
Florida.
FERNVNDO U \RCES
12 7':
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II '
the undi i sight il desiring I.....irage In
b|.....ii di r Ihi flcl i "ii mi i I
s:.\l il INSI'RA \"l i: VCI'.NCV Rt
\V Flnr'rr Sir..'. Suite :: i Miami,
1 i.,,|e. I '. Ids intend to res
v,it:, (hi k of the <'in uii
.f Dalle Collntl Florida
KRICO DI'MENini '
S.M.i IMI IN SVED
12 7-14-21 -"s
Ihi THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'C'AL CIRCUI".
IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
N" 7* .?">
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
v im.- '!,,. marriage of
GREGORIA GODOT,
Wife.
and
I KFNNETG emu ,y.
Husband
Viil' KENNETH : 'I" >Y, rei Id ni
UI knov v '' r........ d lo 'il "r
nnswer lo Ihi petition for dissolution
of ma"iac. ivith the Clerk of the
I above Court and serve a copv thcre-
'l pf 11' "li II.. man I "ol I Ks.i all
' nev for petitioner, 1310-11 Congrasa
Hldg Miami. Floi Ids nn or I" for*
December :::. 1973 or else potubm will
i..... '
Dat.d Nov 21. 1973
Kit n \i:n p BRINKER
By c P ci ipEI AND
Dcl'Utv Clerk
11 3(1 12 7-14 21

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ia 'lie
Conn
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Hiring t" engage In
business under the flctltlout name "f
S It 8AI IS nl 1942 N E Ijlsl St .
N M i: Intend to regiater said name
with Ihe ci.rk of ihe Circuit Cou '
..I | lad. I 'ounty. Florida
SIDNEY H Kl BIN
RITA S KLEIN
I" 7-I4-:
1 >>.. tr
...7-1
CKltTRIDK Ri iSS
As Administratrix
Fir..........ii ol this notice on
he 14 das of December, 1978.
IALVIN I. .Moss
.ttorne\ for Administratrix
iul N E 125th St.
o. Miami. Fla.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
pc-BTF NO 73-7344
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i PE: Estate of
.....s- -MSENFEI.D.
Deceased.
To A'l Creditors and All Prawn* Hm.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and reouirert
o present any claims and demands
vhich von may have against the es-
ate f HELEN ROSENFKI D de-
eased late of Dade County. Florida,
o the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
. and file the same In duplicate and
- provided in Section 733 IK Florida
atutes. In their offices In the County
-.-.hoosc in Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months from the
me ol the first publication hereof.
the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 12
av of Dec A 1). 1973.
BARRETT v poTHFNHF.nt!
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
he 14 dav Pf December. 1978.
A1D1.N. ROTHENBERG KOGAN A
vOUNHU'M
\ttorneys for Petitioner
9 \V. Flagler Street. Suite "ft,,.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring tn engage In
business under the fictitious name of
3 J HERZOG at Ml Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida q j HERZOG CORP.
Hv: Ethel Herzog
DAVID T BERG. ESQ.
Attorney for O. J. HerIO*2r/!rD-.2,.2|
IN THE CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F, iicim iw AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY
PPOBATF DIV'S'ON
poORBTC mo 73-6767
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
n RE Estate "f
DINAH ODZY
deceased
To All Creditors ami AM Persons II iv
in.- Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and reoulren
.. present any claims and demands
vhich von mav ha>. against Ihe es-
tate "f DINAH Gl'ZT deceased late
if Dad. Countv. Florida, to the- Circuit
hjtdges of Dade County, and file Ihe
ame in dunllcate and as provided ill
tec t ion 733 11'.. Florida Statute-, in
I er ,.|f.,e- i" 'h-' C MIl'V CoO-t-
hOUSS In Dad.- Counts Florida, with-
n four calendar months from the
imi "t the first publication hereof.
.- the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this S dav
i | lei i ml*-. AD l"73
DEBORAH FRANKEL
PHILIP FRANKEL
JULIUS GRACER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
he 14 dav of December. 1973.
SHAPIRO. FRIED, WEIL* 8CHEER
Attorneys for Estate
lt'7 Lincoln Rosd
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-6210
GEORGE E. SCHUi-7
NOTICE OF PROBATE
; IN RE: ESTATE "I"
' LEA 0 I ORENZ
Deceased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al 1 PERSONS INTERESTED IN
I THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
You are hereby notified thai a wrlt-
t.n Instrument purporting lo i- ihi
' last will and li--taint-nt of said dc-
,., ,i, ni has bi e admitted t" nroba'i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-29s'16
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tin Mat rii u. ol
\ \] ERICA i: REV.
W Ifl
.....
HAltol I" i:i:y.
Husband
Tl HAROI DO REY
, ,. lolop del \ ..II-
12.' S i:
'aparni Tl rrai'i P lertn lt.cn
Vi.l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an hi th ii f"i I' solution l
|,a- I pen fill Hgallll i vnu and
i. required to servi h cops of
v. .in u rill. II ii. f. i, it BUS '........
II \ l.i il I i "BASE, Hi'"' '"' f"i I'""-
lloner i......! i '.'-'" Flai.'-
|er Streel n ''' Ida. at '] file
Il.....i Iglnal Hi 'I.....'I "
|.,.v(. Kts led courl on or before Jan
mil 1974 othi Ise a
i. ,i! i.....ni.....ri sealne! > "n
di in.nal. d in the omplalnl or
net it Ion ,
il i notice shall I" nunlishe i once
each I '"' u......swutlvi
m THE JEWISH Fl ORIDI \N
WITNESS my hand and the i "'
.,,i,l ri ii't at .Miami. Florida II this
.-, das "t D 'i "ini 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai Clerk. Circull Ci "
I ,,!. i "ountl Florida
By A .1 RIVAS
Ai Denuts Clerk
n ircuil '"in Benl I
HAROID CEASE
2729 u i Flagler street
Miami. Floi Ids
Mtomes for Petitioner ,,,.,..,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7108
RE: Estate of
MOI.L1K FARLEY
" CI ased.
I.. All I Yedltors and All Pen on Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Agalnsl Bald
In
In said Court. You are herebs com-
manded within six calendar months I Estate: .......,.,.,,,1
from the date of the firs, publication I Y..u are hereby notified and ut d
of Ibis not,,. a,.pear -in said Con. I ,.....rcsen, aliv claims and .1..,.,.,
have agalnsl tin
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 78-734*
FRANK B. DOWI 'NO
NOTICE TO CREDfTORS
'n BE: Fse of
NORMAN KITNEi't
deceased
"o AI) Creditors and All Persons Havi-
ng Claims or Demands Against Salil
You are hereby notified and renulrod
o present ans claims and demands
which vnu "lay have against the es-
at. of NOI MAN KUTNER deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
mint Judges of Dade County and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733 IK. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices iii the Countv
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within four ca'endar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 14
dav of December. A.D. 1971
MAURICE KUTNER
As Co-Executor
KAREL WIEDBR
Ai Co-Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of December. 1973.
BARNETT II. ROTHENBERG
Attorney for Petitioners
404 Blscajrne Bldg.
19 West Flagler Street 12/21-28
Attorm v
M-11" Blscayne Building
19 W Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
First publication of this notice on
the 7 dav of December. 1!'73
12 7-14-21-28
"frTTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CAIE NO. 73-27367
NOTICE TO APPEAR
MARY LYONS and CHARLIE
LYONS, her husband
Plaintiffs
PAN AMERICAN FINANCE
CO.. INC.
Defendant
TO: Pan American Finance Co.. Inc.
Arthur Gottlieb
President and Resident Agent
Residence 1'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to quiet title on Ihe
following described property, to-Wit:
Ix>t 13 the EH of Ixit It Block
26 F. HIALEAH ADDITION 14.
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 10. at Page
r.4 of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida
I has been filed against you and yo\.
are required to serve a copy of yout
: written defenses. If any to it on
HARRY H TETTELMAN, plaintiffs
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The Making of the Chanuka Festival: You are There
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
\% I ARE pleased to present
" one of the most sensational
finds of modern archaeologists,
the accounts of the story of the
Maccabean struggle as told at the
time in the Judean News and Ob-
server, at the very time of the
occurrence of the events. The
papers telling the story were
found in a sealed bottle in an
old synagogue, unearthed at
Modin. While most of the print
has faded, except some advertise-
ment for babies' food, the ac-
count of the Chanuka story seems
miraculously well preserved. It
appears that the paper was sup-
pressed by the Syrian despot;
but, going into the underground,
copies were circulated surreptiti-
ously.
* *
Gloom in Judaea
JERUSALEM Great gloom
pervades all Judaea over the
steady harshening of the decrees
of Antiochus, seeking to suppress
As the Judea News Reports It
the Jewish religion. The hopes of
some that, with time, the Syrian
ruler might become more amen-
able to reason and the appeals of
the population are now discount-
ed by the responsible Judaean
leaders. They contend that Antio-
chus is running true to the line
of Fascist dictators. As one of
them put it: 'The gods of his
i.ithcrs he regardeth not, and he
rc^ardeth no God but has raised
himself above everything."
The many victories Antiochus
has scored in Asia, it is feared,
will not dispose him to look with
ary tolerance upon the little land
of Judea. At present, Antiochus
is more immersed in plans icr
the conquest of Egypt. It if
feared that further successes will
make him even less disposed to
conciliate the Jews.
? *
Dictator Suffers Setback
JERUSALEMThe long series
of conquests by Antiochus. mak
ing him the dictator of Asia
Minor, was given a check when
the Syrian despot was told by
Rome to "pack up" and go home.
According to the story which
has every earmak of authentic-
ity, as Antiochus was standing
on the battlefield in Egypt con-
templating the prospect of another
glorious triumph, the conquest of
Egypt, he was visited by Popilas
Laenas bearing an urgent mes-
sage from the Roman Senate.
The substance was that Rome
desired Antiochus to abandon his
Egyptian campaign and return to
Syria.
Completely taken by surprise
and shock. Antiochus faltered, "I
would like a little time to con-
sider," he said.
For answer, PopUas Laenas
drew a circle about himself in
the sand. "Before I step out of
this circle," he told Antiochus,
"I must have an answer."
The answerin the affirmative
was given in the specified time.
*
Antiochus Vents Spite
JERUSALEM The setback
suffered by Antiochus in Egypt,
when ordered by Rome to desist,
has caused the Syrian ruler to
vent his irritation on the Judae-
ans, many of whom, it is said,
were sympathetic with Rome.
The soldiers of the Syrian despot
Continued on Page 2-C
i n

Struggles for Religious Freedom
Continue Even in Our Own Time
By PHILIP RUBIN
'T'HE CHANUKA week, which Jews all over the
world are now celebrating for eight days by
the lighting of candles, by special prayers and by
the giving of gifts, once again serves to remind us
that Jews were the first nation known to history
who put up a fight for religious freedom and
won.
Chanuka celebrates the revolt led by Judas
Maccabeus and his four brothers in the year 163
B.C.E.. more than 2,000 years ago, against the
tyrannical Greek-Syrian king, Antiochus Epiph-
anes. who was then ruling Palestine and wanted
to impose Greek pagan rites upon the Jews and
destroy their own monotheistic religion. One of
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Friday, December 21,137,
The Making of the Chanuka Festival: You are There
Continued from Page 1-C
have been let loose in Judaea,
looting the Temple and kiiling
men, women and children indis-
criminately. Going further in his
campaign for the suppression of
Judai=m. Antiochus has set up
images of swine and ordered the
Judaeans to worship them. The
Priests have been ordered to eat
swine flesh.
*
Maccaheans Resist Decrees
JERUSALEM Organized re-
si-tance to the dictates of Anti-
ochus is growing. The beginning
of the movement was in the little
town of Modin. thirty miles north
of Jerusalem, when the emissary
of Antiochus appeared, command-
ing the Judaeans to worship the
image of a pig set up in the mar-
ket place. When one Judaean,
obeying the order, prostrated
himself, the aged priest, Matta-
thias. approached, and slew him.
His sons, armed with knives, fell
on the soldiers, overwhelming
them. Crying "whoever is zealous
for the Lord, follow us.'" They
soon had a confiderable force of
volunteers and reports from all
parts of the country indicate
great accessions to their forces.

Judah Maccabeaus Succeeds
JERUSALEM- Word here worn
Modin is that the aged Matta-
thias, who launched the resisance
movement to Antiochus, has died.
His last words to his soas were:
"Be ye zealous for the Torah and
give your lives for the Covenant
of your fathers. Be valiant and
show yourself men. Fear not
death: for if ye die in the battle,
ye shall receive reward.''
The leadership has passed to
his son. Judas Maccabeus. He is
described as a lamb in peace but
a lion on the battlefield. It is
expected that, until his forces
are augmented, he will continue
the guerrilla activities of his
father, which were attended with
so much success.
*
Plans to sell Jews
JERUSALEMDetermined up-
on the total extermination of the
Judaean nation and people, Gen-
eral Gorgius. chief of command
of the forces of Antiochus. has
invited slave dealers to come to
the next battle. All survivors of
the battle are to be sold into
lsvcry. The slave dealers were
told to bring their money for ihe
purchase of slaves and also the
shackles to bind them.
The enemy general expects the
next battle to finish off Judas
Maccabeus. With extra large
forces under his command, he is
.-upremely confident of success.
* *
Judah Scores Triumph
JERUSALEM Judah Macca-
beus scored a triumph today
which will no doubt go down in
the annals of time as one of the
decisive battles of history.
Arriving with great confidence
at the expected battle scene, the
Syrian commander was surprised
to find no sign of the Judaean
forces. He is said to have re-
marked that "old Judah Macca-
beus has chickened out and fled."
But Judah Maccabeus had out-
witted him. Marching his army
to the rear of the Syrian forces,
his men began to pummel the
enemy, creating great confusion
and completely disorganizing the
forces of Antiochus. The Syrian
forces, in a panic, turned on their
heels, running as fast as their
legs would take them, and the
slave dealers who had come to
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order to run as last as possible
dropped their money belts.
The victory of the Judaeans is
complete. Entering the Temple.
Judah Maccabeus found it had
been despoiled of all but or
candle. He kindled it and nr
claimed the least of Chanuka 1
joining that thereafter the h
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uka candles. s na-
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In What Order Should Candles be Lit?
By AARON RIMON
rpHE SAGES of the Talmud, we are told, de-
bated the question of the Chanuka candles.
Beth Shamai, the more conservative school,
held to the view that on the first night of Chan-
uka. all eight candles should be lit progessively
reduced by one on each succeeding night. This
wa's in'accord with the doctrine of the Beth Sha-
mai, which stated that Israel must always look
back to the old as the time of greatest splendor.
Beth Hillel. however, held to the contrary
view. On the first night of Chanuka one candle
should be lit and on each succeeding night an-
other candle added, as the house of Hillel be-
lieved that Israel must always look to the future
as the time of its greatest glory.
THE ADOPTED rule is in accordance with
the liberal school of Hillel; that the past however
great that past was, is to be eclipsed in the future.
The doctrine of Hillel is radical. Israel has wit-
nessed many great miracles. The Bible and the
prayer book recite the stories of these miracles
of the past. Yet Hillel, the groat man among the
rabbis of 2.000 years ago, went so far as to sug-
gest that they were to be outdone in the future.
And indeed the course of history seems to
suggest that man is ever witnessing developments,
one more miraculous than the other. We talk of
laser beams of light performing surgery, of reach-
ing the moon and what not. We are told that
these are not miracles but the works of science,
but is that more lhan a matter of terminology?
Eliyahu ha-N'avi, the mystic of old, said be
could in several ste-.'s traverse the whole space of
the earth. Now science contemplates such reli-
gious visions as possibilities. Either we must con-
clude that science has an element of the religious,
or religion an element of science.
HOW SHALL we explain the miracle of the
Maccabean victory? Was it due to science or re-
ligion? Here were a small number of Jews facing
the dictator of Asia Minor, equipped with the
most expert war instruments of his time.
The Jews seemed about to be wiped out. But
in a little obscure town some 20 miles from Jeru-
salem, there was a devoted Jew. Mattathias, who
raised the banner of resistance. He but lit a
sr/all candle and the enemy was done for. The
weak made strong and the strong made weak.
One little candle may light another, observed
the rabbis of old.
We have witnessed in our own day a miracle
equaling that of the glorious Maccabean victory.
Some might even say that in accordance with the
doctrine of Hillel. that it even transcends it. A
whole host of nations this time, abetted by the
powerful Kremlin state, sought the destruction of
Israel. But God has not ceased to work miracles.
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Friday, December 21,
By YISRAEL /AMIR
"V'OU MEET them everywhere,
on the roads, at softdrink
kiosks, at telephone booths. Their
tone is the same; they're tired,
they're sad. they're nerve wrack-
ed. They want to forget what
happened in the Vom Kippur
war. but without success.
It all comes up again, the pic-
tures of the battlefront hold
them by the throat as it were,
and threaten to strangle. They

'MO* -lit"- i. r,-, .. ,- WW -.- ft- .
Modern Macabees: Again
They Fight for Freedom
In Yom Kippur War
all had traumatic experiences
some to a greater, others U a
lesser degree. If you pose quei.
tions the answers are cynic, pain-
ful, bitter. Never before had
there been such mournful, such
melancholy victors! They laajen*
the price of victory.

THEY GOThold of me in the
Trriifff" in*" llie'"*Ashamnu' confes-
sion. I was in the synagogue on
Yom Kippur when I received the
call. I quickly folded my taMt,'
whispered shalom' to my fathei-
and left. I was among the first
to reach the unit. Only three had
arrived before me. We were as
signed to a tank, and we left to
load it with ammunition.
'What did I do there? 1
like a madman. I did not gel
of my tank for a whole
nor d.d I have a moments
We kept on firing, switch B
sitions and at night refeeffng --'
st icking shells. I couk!
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An Israeli soldier gives water to a thirsty Syrian.
have believed that a man could
exist for seven days without sleep
or food. There was simply no
time to eat or sleep. I saw the
enemy through the sights of our
cannon. When any of their tanks
caught fire, I felt glad; I knew
that we had scored a 'bull.'
"No, we had never established
personal contacts with the enemy.
One time we halted beside a
group of Syrian prisoners. I'm a
university graduate in Oriental
studies and have a fairly good
knowledge of Arabic. I asked
them: "Why are you fighting?'
They replied: They robbed our
brethren of their land.' Someone
also said something about the
Palestinians and the refugees.
No, I don't hate them. But I
knew that no amount of explana-
tion could bridge the gap between
us.
"THEY LOOKED so forlorn
Some of them were wounded.
Two medical orderlies and a doc
tor treated them. I heard over
the radio that a helicopter had
been summoned to take them to
hospital. For a moment I toyed
with the idea of asking one of
them: If we had been wounded,
would you have treated us like
this? But 1 held back.
' *! fougM in tne *Six"-6ay War.
Then the war had a deep senti
mental and traumatic significance
for mc. When we liberated Gilgal
or Givon or when we passed
through the Valley of Dotan, I
heard a flutter of the wings of
history. Don't get me wrong, this
is not a religious sermon. I didn't
feel that we conquered territory;
I felt a reunion with my own
people. This time it's different.
The Syrian territory we con
quered is just empty, rocky ter
rain with signs here and there of
unimaginable penury of the Syr-
ian peasants.
"What troubles me, you ask?
Everything. The war. The ter-
rible price we are paying The
fact that we were caught unpre-
pared, the lack of sufficient warn
ing. I have a wife and two daugh-
ters at home. Thcv are in need
of supoort. This worries me no
little. The regulars' run to the
hospitals to their comrades; we,
to our homes, to our families.
'We had an argument here
with someone who said we didn't
do enough for peace, that when-
ever they stretched out their hand
in peace, we rejected it. Such
talk sets my blood boiling."
HIS BKARKI) face, suddenly
grew somber. His fists were
clenched. "Here our boys gave
everything, whatever they held
most dear, and here is one who
accuses us. When 1 heard Mcir
Wilner speak in the Knesset, I
felt like emptying my gun into
him. I would like to invite all
these 'wisecracks' into my tank
which was hit twice by enemy
shells, and to this day has stains
of my comrades' blood on its
walls. This sight, maybe, would
make them a little more balanced.
"Was I afraid? Of course I
was. You sit in a tank, and all of
a sudden four MIG'l swoop down
upon you. What did I do? I fired.
No, I didn't hit them, but they
mi'^ed, too. The fear of death
was not so terrible as the
thoughts about the wife, the chil-
dren, the parents.
I contacted my home for the
first time two days ago. When
my wife heard my voice over the
telephone, she began to sob hys-
terlcally. 1 couldn't stop. her. All
the time that brave woman of
mine had kept control of herself.
This time I couldn't calm her
down. Suddenly I found myself
weeping touether with her. Why?
What for? I don't know. There
were enough reasons to sob. The
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Friday, December 21, 1973
Propaganda as Weapon in Latest Battle Against Israel
By MORTON M. ROSENTHAL
|N THEIR effort to undermine
what was generally pro-Israel vole
of Latin American countries in the
United Nations before the Yom
Kippur war, the Arabs have for
more than a decade been engaged
in a well-financed professional
propaganda camDaign.
Arab League offices in Buenos
Aires. Santiago, Rio de Janeiro
and Mexico City, working in coop-
eration with Arab embassies in the
capital cities, have aimed their
propaganda lines at all sectors of
society including the large Arab
population in Latin America which
has lived and worked amicably
with Jews for many decades.
HAVING achieved only minimal
results with overt propaganda, the
Arabs have adopted a new ap-
proach to winning the political al-
legiance of Latin American gov-
ernments advantageous trade
agreements. Aiming their initial
efforts at Argentina and Brazil,
the goal is to persuade the two
largest and most highly developed
Latin American countries to adopt
a pro-Arab stance.
If they succeed in this, or even
in neutralizing Argentina and Bra-
zil, they may seriously undermine
Israel's already weak political po-
sition in the UN. For if Argen-
tina and Brazil shift their positions
on Israel, other Latin American
states might follow their lead.
Israel has maintained diplomatic
i
"But support for Israel
has been weakening
since 1970 as a 'Third
World' philosophy,
which paints Israel as
an arm of 'United
States imperialism,'
gains ground in the
southern hemisphere.
Now, Juan Peron has
made it clear that Ar-
gentina will be close-
V allied to the 'Third
World.'"
relations with all of the 24 Latin
American countries. The Latin
American vote is crucial because
in 1970. as in 1949, more than half
of the votes supportive of Israel's
position in the United Nations
came from Latin American coun-
tries. The voting pattern in the
General Assembly illustrates the
vital importance of the Latin Amer-
ican governments.
OF THE seven countries that
voted with Israel on every issue,
four were from Latin America.
Ten of the 19 countries that sup-
ported Israel in rejecting the bi-
ased report of the special commit-
tee to investigate Israeli practices
in occupied territories were Latin
American nations.
Eight Latin American states
were among the 15 countries which
supported Israel in its opposition
to the Afro-Asiatic resolution on
the situation in the Middle East,
which deplored continued occupa-
tion of Arab territories, reaffirmed
the ban on acquisition of territory
by force and called for settlement
of the conflict on terms unaccept-
able to Israel.
Moreover, except for Cuba and
Chile, those Latin American r.a
ions which did not vote with h,
rael abstained.
But support for Israel has ben
weakening since 1970 as a "Thi-d
World'' philosophy, which paints
Israel as an arm of "United States
imperialism," gains ground in the
southern hemisphere. Now, juan
Peron has made it clear that Ar-
gentina will he rlwlv oii;j ...
gennna win oe cioseiy allied t the "Third World." which includes
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Arab states and other developing
nations.
HE BEGAN a new diplomatic
and economic strategy for Argen-
tina following the March 11 elec-
tion victory of Hector Campora
and other Peronist candidates in
the first national election held in
that country in nearly 10 years.
Peron may use the Arab govern-
ments as a key vehicle for redeem-
ing his coalition's election cam-
paign promise to revive Argentina's
deteriorating economy, which has
been beset by a loss of investment
capital due to rampant inflation
(76 per cent in the last 12 months)
and political instability.
'The Arab states, with a popula
tion in excess of 100 million, are a
potential export market for prod-
ucts of Argentina's farms and fac
tories. Moreover, the oil-producing
countries are also a potential
source of desperately needed in
vestment capital.
[Peron and then Vice President-
elect Vicente Solano Lima met with
eight Arab ambassadors in his man-
sion April 6 to announce "Opera-
tion Arab World." The ambassa-
dors 'from Algeria, Iraq. Kuwait
Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia,
Syria and Tunisia reaffirmed
"the friendship of the Arab world
for Argentina" and invited Peron
to visit their countries.
THE SECOND phase of "Opera
tion Arab World" began Apr. 25
When Peron dispatched Dr. Faysal
K. Noufouri, an expert in politica'
science and the Consul of Kuwait
in Buenos Aires, on a six-week
special mission to Arab capitals.
Noufouri, an Argentine citizen
who emigrated from Syria 35 years
ago, was instructed to promote di-
rect trade between Argentina and
the Arab countries, to procure In-
vestment capital, organize Argen-
tine-Arab companies for the pro-
duction and marketing of Argen-
tine petroleum, and establish per-
manent routes to the Arab world
for Aerolineas Argentinas and for
ELMA, the Argentine national
shipping and air lines.
According to news reports, Nou
fouri will also promote Syrian
as a "bridge" between South Amer-
Lebanese emigration to Argentina
ica and the Arab world.
Noufouri was quoted as saying,
"We are going to strengthen the
traditional links of blood and
friendship which exist between
Arab countries and South America
in general, and with Argentina in
particular, in order to complete
the formation of the Third World'
and conclude mutual collaboration
for defense against common en
emies.'
WHILE ARGENTINA seeks to
negotiate trade deals with the
Arabs in the next few years, Bra
zil has already consummated large
scale agreements. Brazil's govern
mentowned oil firm, Petrobras,
and its international subsidiary,
Braspetro, recently signed an agree-
ment with the Egyptian General
Petroleum Corporation which gives
Braspetro rights to prospect for
oil in a promising area of 12,500
square kilometers. The Brazilians
w.ll provide about $10 million in
financing and, if they find oil, will
get 50 per cent of the profits. This
is the first time that Egypt has
made a 5050 arrangement with
any oil company.
Braspetro has also completed ne-
gotiations with Sonatrach, the Al-
gerian oil company, making it the
Algerian company's sales agent in
South America. In addition, the
Brazilians have completed agree
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Company. With these deals con
eluded and other large-scale oil
agreements with other nations still
being negotiated, Brazil is emerg
ing as an important factor in the
international oi' market.
A Brazilian-Egyptian trade agree
ment signed in Cairo last January
by Brazilian Foreign Minister
Mario Gibson Barboza was an-
nounced in a joint statement with
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mo
bammed Ha=san el-Zayyat. The
two officials expressed satisfaction
at the signing of the agreement to
crease the volume of trade be-
tween the two countries. Unex-
pectedly, their statements also re-
ferred to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Citing the present situation in
the Middl? East as a threat to
the Middle East, the Brazilian for-
eign miniver called for implemen-
tation of IN Resolution 242,
which lays down the framework
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Friday, December 21, 1973
Maccabean Struggle Has Always Lit Up Sky of Hope
By ROBERT SEGAL
Vf/ITH THE Yom Kippur war,
so costly in blood and defen-
sive resources, weighing on our
hearts in this Chanuknh season,
we can profit by recalling how
much we owe to the Maccabean
uprising with which the Festival
of Lights is associated.
In the more than 21 centuries
since Judah Maccabee and his
valiant brothers stood up to the
overwhelming forces of Antiochus
Epiphanes, might has often tri-
umphed over right, smaller na-
tions have been crushed without
mercy, and millions of innocent
people have felt the tyrant's sting
and lash unto death.
But for Jews immemorially and
fortunately, the successful Mac-
cabean fight for freedom has al-
, ways lighted the vskies of hope
even when defeat seemed inevi-
table.
THE OCTOBER war in the
Middle East saw Israel assailed
Propaganda as the hkst Weapon Today
in the north by Syria and m the
southwest by Egypt. Roll back
the pages of time and you find
the Jews in the days of the Mac-
cabees caught between the ham-
mer blows of Syria under the
dynasty of the Sele.ucids in the
north and Egypt under the Ptol-
emies in the southwest.
TWween these brackets of his-
tory, many wars hae been fought
for territory, for booty, for (raj.
yet few save those into which the
Jews of antiquity and thp '..*.
of today have been drawr.
marked by battle cries in the
name of liberty.
Some among us who note sim-
ilarities between the battle* o
the Maccabees and the tank ani
Phantom jet battles of present-
day Israelis will call attent:
the need, and the right, to d?
fend a people with arms on holy
days.
For iust as the Arabs' uncon-
scionable attack upon the Israelis
Continued from Page 7-C
of principles for peace in the Mid-
dle East. Because both Israel and
Arab states have accepted this res-
olution, with important differ-
ences as to its interpretation, Bar-
boza's statement also lent itself
to varied interpretation. Some Bra-
zilian newspapers said he called
for an endorsement of the Ar;ib
position. The Feb. 7 edition of
"Opiniao." which often reflects a
pro-Arab point of view, said that
Brazil has, without saying it openly,
come close to the position accepted
by the Arabs and refused by the
Israelis ." The paper suggested
that Barboza's statement was a care-
fully planned move linked to Bra-

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vast Arab market.
SEVERAL RECENT announce-
ments indicate that other energetic
steps are being taken to tap that
Arab market. Monetary authorities
in Brazil recently approved a plan
to link Brazilian capital with Com-
pagnie Arabe et Internationale
d'Investissemcnt which has head-
quarters in Luxembourg; Banco do
Brasil will invest $900,000.
The first Brazilian trading com-
pany to operate in the Middle East,
Uniao-Triad, was recently orga-
nized by the Triad group, reputedly
the biggest financial and Industrial
conglomerate in the Middle East,
and two Brazilian groups Uniao
and Sadina.
These developments make Is-
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Yom Kippur war more precarious
than ever.
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Line drawing, by Ismar David, which illustrates a new
English translation of the Book oi Psalms under the aus-
pices oi the Jewish Publication Society of America. From
the times of David, the spirit of the Jewish people was ex-
pressed in song. Even when Adolf Hitler killed six million of
them, Jews went to their deaths chanting "Aid Maanin," the
title of a dramatic poem by Elie Wiesel with music by Darius
Milhaud which accompanies the new Psalms translation.
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arch of the Maccabees Mat-
tathias find it necessary to go
into the fray on the Sabbath.
"IF ANY one be zealous for the
laws of his country, and for the
worship of God, let him follow
me," cried the fearless Matta-
thias. And later when Apelles,
the Syrian king's Igeneral, at-
tempted to pressure the Jews in-
to submission on the Sabbath,
Mattathias told his trusting fol-
lowers that they must fight on
the Sabbath rather than yield on
that solemn day to those who
threatened their right to wor-
ship as they desired.
"Unless you go into battle on
the Sabbath," Mattathias remind-
ed those who put their trust in
him, "you become your own en-
emies, by observing the law while
your adversaries still assault you
on this day."
It may be that we have come
to look upon Chanukah as a fes-
tival to be celebrated largely by
our children. To say this is not
to detract from the importance
the day holds for our sons and
daughters.
But in these times when free
dom.s in addition to religious free-
dom are threatened in the United
States, we have every right to
honor the Maccabees and to ob
serve the holiday that tells of
their valor for reasons reaching
beyond the struggle for religious
liberty.
FOR THE Maccabees should be
recognized as the first martyrs
for freedom of conscience in his-
tory. Antiochus called upon them
to desert the alters they had
built to God; but he had wider
zones of persecution in mind.
His Syrian nationalism was to be
their nationalism; his trust in
arms was to be their depository
of hope; his word was to be their
law.
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death rather than yield, the Jews
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days of electronic snooping and
undemocratic commands to con-
form. When we oppose uncalled-
for censorship today, we can do
it in the spirit of the Maccabees.
When we object to illegal wire-
tapping, we follow a Maccabean
principle. And when we demand
the valued freedoms of assembly,
press, and association, as well
as freedom of religion, we honor
the Maccabees and celebrate
Chanukah as truly grateful men
and women.
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on one lone c.oiise the oil mipneo
job fKiht lone nights ano Oays
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that's why e.\ch ye.xo .\t hanukkah
the menopah rupns so ppicht
to symeolize this mip.\ele
of fiith that conquered mi^ht
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Tradition Behind the Chanuka Menorah
/ iHANUKA MENOROT are
probably the best-known and
most widely used kind of cere
monial objects. Lamps in shapes
similar to the seven branched
Temple menorah, which Judah
Maccabee had placed in the Tem-
ple for the one stolen by the
Greeks, are found in innumer-
able Jewish households. Most
Jews believe that the present gen-
eral shape of the menorah has
been traditional since the days of
antiquity, but this is not the case.
Because of the Talmudic pro-
scription which forbade the fash-
ioning of any of the objects which
were part of the Temple, Chan-
uka lamps in the periods follow-
ing the destruction of the second
Temple had quite a different
shape.
DURING ROMAN and Byzan-
tine periods, simple one-wick clay
oil lamps served as Chanuka
lamps. During the Middle Ages,
it became customary to fashion
a metal container for all lights
and to hang this metal bench-type
lamp with a triangular back and
trefoil at its apex on the left door-
post of the house. This form of
Chanuka lamp maintained itself
with variations for many centur-
ies. Only from the 17th century
on did it become a custom to fash-
ion large Chanuka lamps in
shapes resembling the seven-
branched Temple menorah. This
type of Chanuka menorah, of
course, had two additional light
arms, and the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum in Cincinnati has a
rich collection of such menorot.
From mid-18th century Poland
comes a rare and unusual lamp
of this type, a Chanuka lamp
which once graced the home of
a wealthy Jew in Lemberg, Gali-
cia, and is now produly displayed
in the Hebrew Union College
Museum.
A hill alive with many varied
creatures hares, dogs, squir-
rels, and worms rests on two
joining silver bowls supported
by eight lion bodies. Out of this
whimiscal hill rises a sturdy oak
tree whose boughs and branches
carry leaf-shaped holders for the
eight Chanuka candles. The trunk
of the tree carries at its very top
the servant light, which, accord-
ing to ancient usage, must occupy
a more elevated place than the
other lights. In the foliage itself
a climbing boy is hidden. Most
charming and delightful is the
bear climbing the trunk of the
tree and anxiously peering at the
honey pot with the buzzing bee
in front, completely unaware that
it is a trap set by the waiting
hunter, kneeling behind the tree,
with gun aimed at the bear.
THE EAST European peasant
motif of the bear and the honey
must have given the children us-
ing this Chanuka lamp a great
deal of delight, for this menorah
is a truly remarkable combination
of the holy and the profane; the
pietistic and the secular. In a
sense, it embodies the very es
sence of the Jew's historic experi-
ence his ability to laugh in the
context of solemnity.
Many other interesting objects
of Jewish ceremonial art are to
be found at the Hebrew Union
College Museum. Leon J. Ober
mayer, of Philadelphia, is chair-
man of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum Committee, and Dr.
Joseph Gutmann, of the faculty
of the College-Institute, serves as
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leo By the miohty nuccaBee ; ', \7 j, ^
they .\pmeo themselves to fight
?:
to s.w e t,h.e l,\yy aiio customs.,
of the goo they knew was Right
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:.;
untcAineo ano p.\ggeO as they wepe
these peaceful, pwestly men
engaged the foe and tpiumpheo
Ano Regained theis Rights ACAin
turies later, "what was needed
was Die heart that would make
it impossible to witness all this;
and thi future would be with the
forces that could beset a heart
like that."
Jewilh culture developed such
a heart, and it is this heart that
made itself felt through (he he-
roic decision of the Hasnionean
tamily and a small group of
staunch supporters of the Torah,
to free Israel from its Hellenistic
enslavement.
War to the end was declared
on Hellenism. The battle lasted
three years. Judca regained her
soul. Judaism triumphed.
Through the ages, the Hasmon
ean victory is commemorated in
the home and the synagogue for
eight days as a festival of light
and gladness, a festival which
dees not especially pay homage
to leaders ol the battle, although
their heroic feats of courage are
not forpotten. but rather one
which stresses the value of light
and freedom of the soul.
I.IKE OUR ancestors under the
impact of Hellenism, Jews today
find themselves living in two cul-
tures, their own and that of their
environment. They have a choice
to make.
They can either turn to the
majority culture for their pattern
of behavior and thereby lose their
identity, individuality and self-
respect, or they can absorb the
fmest elements of the majority
culture for the enhancement of
their own spiritual treasures, and
thus remain true to themselves,
The Chanuka lights speak
softly and confidently the prom-
ise of victory to the brave, free.
Independent souls, who under test
,-intl trial, choose to remain true
to themselves, and thereby prove
to the world that life can be rich
and meaningful only when it
stands for something that Ls even
more precious than life itself.
ie First Mighty Challenge to Judaism
RABBI SAMUEL UMEN
YEAR 168 B.C.E. is one of
ie most memorable in Jewish
try. The fate of Judaism de-
d on the decision made by
band of Jews in that year.
no time previously did Juda-
confront a force deliberately
it to destroy it, as when it
Hellenism, brought into the
by the successors of con-
Tor Alexander the Great.
s were never afraid of new
regardless of their source.
. Trove 1 Idea which appealed
em and which they borrowed
their neighbors, they assim-
I. as a blood transfusion, only
e refining, and reinforcing
r own.
1ST. Hellenism was not being
Jminately absorbed by Jews
the enchantment of their out-
look, but was rather imitated in
every detail. This process of imi
tation led to the weakening of
Judaism and the gradual emerg
ence of a new but not improved
pattern of behavior.
Second, while Hellenism was at
first left to displace Judaism by
its own appeal and penetration,
however, because of Antiochus'
desire to hasten the program of
Hellenization. it was declared a
culture by decree, the official cul-
ture of the land. Hence. Judaism
was tried in two crucibles. One,
which was fashioned by the Jews
themselves, and the other which
came from the outside.
On the one hand, Jews in sub-
stantial numbers weakened the
faith of their fathers by adopting
Hellenism as their mode >f life.
and on the "her hand, the con-
queror imposed this culture by
toTce on the entire citizenry'
EVEN THOUGH it must be said
in all fairness that Hellenism had
much to offer in enriching Juda
ism by its philosophy, drama, poe
try, architecture, and sports, it at
the same time lacked much to
make it completely desirable.
Observing the amphitheater
where human beings were done
to death for the amusement of
bloodthirsty mobs, the Jew con-
cluded, as Walter Pater did cen-
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pent up pension had been let
loose in both of us ail at once.
"WHAT NEXT? I don't know.
I now see everything with differ-
ent eyes. How will I return to
routine? That's a disturbing prob-
lem. But the fact that I have a
wife and two sweet daughters to
maintain that will no doubt
help.
"I know that in a year's time,
on Vom Kippur, when I again
stand in the synagogue and re-
cite the 'Ashainnu' confession,
I'll be a different man. It had as-
sumed a new and deep signifi-
cance in my life, and. I think,
also in the life of our people."

"I'M A driver. I have sat at
the steering-wheel for over 20
years. Do you know how many
tanks I transferred in my semi-
trailer? Look, I'm no longer a
child. This is my fourth war. Do
you see those Egyptians encircled
there on the east bank of the
canal? Most likely they are the
sons of those who' had been en-
circled in the Falujja pocket.'
I'm not sure you know what I'm
talking about. i *
"Today, we are entrenched here
on the west bank of the canal.
But do you know what it is to
load a tank and to race down line
mad so as to halt their advance?
The young tankists mere chil-
dren sitting beside you saying:
'Grandpa, by your life, a little
more speed, else we won't man
age to fight .' These chaps did
manage and how.
"And afterwards the rafts.
They hitched 80 tons of cast iron
to your 'horse,' and you know
that the outcome of the fighting
depends on you. You've got to
establish a bridgehead. You lis-
ten to the purr of the motor, and
for a moment you think it's not
responding properly. But you pay
no attention and press upon the
gas. All the time shells keep on
"dripping" upon you. Beside you
there, the young chaps from the
"engineering corps" are pale, and
silent. One shell bursts upon an
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armored vehicle not 20 meters
away. But you dare not halt.
"Forward," shouts a young MP,
and tense officers standing be-
side him wave you on with their
hands.
"MY DEAR young fellow, I
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More than once the front and
back lines changed positions. All
the time I kept on commuting
backward and forward, bringing
tanks, supplies and ammunition.
"And when you reach the home-
front you melt. On the highway
from Rafa to Beersheba the kib-
butzim and the moshavim opened
food stalls and you're actually
forced into eating. Take it from
me, I'm not a sentimentalist, I
don't look it. But when a young
woman approaches you, a girl
with two black locks and dreamy
eyes says: 'Haver, you look tired
and dirty. My husband is about
your size; he's as stout as you
are. Now he's in the Golan. Will
you allow me to bring you a
change of clothing?'
"That little one had the better
of me. I turned away so as not
to show my tears.
"I hardly ever reach home. No,
it's not easy. There are three
missing boys in my kibbutz. Their
parents are my neighbors. We
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fJewisii fhrijictr
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Continued from Page 1-C
0s for accomplishing this which Antiochus
fas to order some of his soldiers sta-
f Jerusalem to defile the Jewish Temple
the Jerusalem Temple was the very
Jewish religious in the country.
A short but bitter struggle, the Mac-
von the fight against hordes of Anti-
Jeansed the Temple and relighted there
lies, which by a miracle, so tradition has
bd for eight days instead of the one day
lid fipTmally burn. That is why we call
the Festival of Lights.
story of the Maccabcan revolt is told in
of Maccabees, one of the Apocryphal
liich did not get into the authorized Bible
it was decided which of the writings
ical, legalistic, prophetic, poetic which
fc:i accumulaling in the Jewish religious
over many centuries, should be canon-
part oj the Jewish Sacred Scriptures, the.
B BiWis' which Christians later called the
Eftament. '
V *
parerttly the Book of the Maccabees was
considered too recent, too new, to be included in
the Hebrew Bible. But it is a curious fact that the
Roman Catholic Church does include the Book of
the Maccabees and other Apocryphal writings in
its B>le". t ... .. ,.
Though the Jews did not take in the Book of
the Maccabees in their Bible, they did decide to
commemorate the Maccabean revolt and the re-
dedication of the Jerusalem by celebrating an
eight day semi-holiday every year, beginning with
the 23th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev.
STRUGGLE FOR religious freedom, for the
riJ|t to worship according to the dictates of one's
conscience, has been going on for the past 2.000
years at various times in various parts of the
world. The early Christians were persecuted by
the pagan authorities of the Roman Empire be-
cause they wouldn't regard the Roman Emperor
as a sort of god and wouldn't bow down to his
image.
In later ages Orthodox Christians themselves
began persecuting ajl who dissented from the
officially endorsed Christian creed, and that in-
cluded not only Jews and Moslems but also
Continued on Page 14 C

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Struggle Never Lets Up Even in Our Day
Continued from Page 13-C
Christians who interpreted the teachings of Jesus
differently from the Orthodox Catholic Church.
The Inquisition was set up in Spain and Jews
and others were burned at the stake: in France
there was the St. Bartholomew Day massacre of
thousands of Protestants (called Huguenots) by
Roman Catholics in the 16th century.
Jews were forced to live in ghettos, and in
the 17th century, less than 100 years after Luther
in Germany had led the Protestant revolt against
Catholicism, there was a Thirty-Years War in the
German-speaking countries in which for three dec-
ades Catholics and Protestants kept murdering
each other because of their differing religions.
It was only toward the end of the 18th cen-
tury with the coming of the American and French
Revolutions, that the idea of religious toleration
began to dawn upon the populations of the West-
ern world.
BUT THIS toleration, this revolt against reli-
gious fanaticism, which denied freedom of ex-
pression to any sect but ils own, started, we have
to admit, with a revolt against all the historic re-
ligionsChristianity, both Catholic and Protes-
tant, and Judaism, out of which Christianity had
sprung.
In the newly formed United States of Amer-
ica, which had become an independent republic
"fter overthrOW?h-g'"British rule, Thomas Paine, a
very influential revolutionary writer and propa-
gandist, in his pamphlet -The Age of Reason"
attacked all historic religions.
In France the revolutionists of 1789, or
rather the intellectual leaders of the Revolution,
went even further than some of the intellectual
leaders of the American Revolution.
While the intellectual leaders of the Amer-
ican Revolution called themselves Diests. that is,
believers in one God, but disbelivers in the au-
thority of any church, the French intellectual
rebels were really atheists who, when they took
over the power from the French monarchy, tried
to enthrone a "Goddess of Reason," abolished
Christian holidays and even the Christian calen-
dar, substituting for it a new calendar of their
own.
AFTER TURMOIL of civil war had died down
in France and Napoleon Bonaparte declared him-
self emperor and took all governmental powers in
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Page 15-C
"hands, the historic religions reestablished
nsclves in the country, but church and state
separated, and religious toleralion for all
was proclaimed.
hn North America this separation of church
state and consequent toleration of all reli-
ks groups had been proclaimed years earlier
pie Bill of Rights which was attached to the
stitution of the United States and is still
Ctioning.
In this 20th century the struggle for religious
irty has suffered some severe reversals, par-
jlarly in Communist Russia, where three mil-
Jews are the main sufferers from the fanati
of a secular religion the religion of Com-
nism which is the official creed and per-
Ites the older theistic religions. Judaism, which
the Soviet Union remains entirely Orthodox,
tie greatest victim of this persecution because
nmunist regime is afraid of Judaism's in-
ational connections and so it tries to pulverize
laism by denying rabbis the right to be pres-
at international Jewish conferences and by
forbidding the formation of a national fed-
tion of synagogues, an intercommunication of
nab congregations within Russia itself. Why
lorbids the Jews to form such a national federa-
and to communicate with their brethren
>ad while allowing these things to such Chris-
sects as the Greek Orthodox, the Baptists and
Armenians, remains a puzzle to those of us
|<> are living in free democracies.
RUSSIAN JEWS cannot even formally protest
against such treatment. Only an indirect protest,
such as the presence of thousands of Jewish
young men singing and dancing on Simchat Torah
in front of one or two Moscow synagogues as a
symbol of resentment of the treatment of the Jew-
ish religion there, is permitted by the authorities.
And so, the fight for the equal treatment of
Judaism wit,h the other religions in the USSR
must mainly be carried on from abroad, must be
conducted by the Jews of the United States and
the other free democracies.
Thus we see that the struggle for religious
freedom on the part of Jews and others in various
parts of the world has not been completely won.
In Fascist Spain and in several Latin Amer-
ican countries, Protestants are not permitted by
the authorities to carry on missionary activities
in these overwhelmingly Catholic lands. Even
here in the United States, where religious tolera-
tion is fairly widespread, some Christian sects
like the Old Amish and Jehovah's Witnesses occa-
sionally complain of religious discrimination
against them by governmental authorities and the
public generally.
WE CAN only hope for the arrival of a time
in the near future when both government and
the public will grant full rights to all religious
groups who observe the elementary decencies,
the ethical principles which arc common to all
mankind, to worship God as they please and to
live the kind of life which they believe that God
has ordained for them.
That is what the Maccabees fought for. and
what we celebrate on Chanuka.
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Needed is another Chanukah miracle so that one day's
supply of oil may once again burn for eight in the r.
sanctuary called Israel.
I_-
By HANOCII BARTOV
I GO back and reckon the days
and hours that have passed
since the Egyptians launched
their surprise attack, at noon on
Yoni Kirpur, and again I get the
sam results: 67 hours less
than three days.
Anyone sitting in the company
of the forces at the canal line
and listening to what the fighters
have to say already knows this
one truth: the attackers were met
by the force intended to hold the
line u^der ceasefire conditions.
This limited force absorbed the
first blow, held the attackers at
bay until the reserves were mo-
bilized, brought to the canal line
and nut into action.
AT THIS very hour. Oct. 10,
we were watching the Israel Air
Corps from the northern force
command of the canal one
flight after another. A solitary
missile fired at a pair of planes
misse its mark and explodes in
the air. The planes keep coming,
hammering at the remaining
Egyptian forces east of the canal
and striking it the western bank
About an hour ago Brig. Gen.
Kalman described the situation in
the north: "A'- of the morning,
the enemy has been under quite
heavy fire, and scores of tank-
have already boon destroyed. One
unit near Kantara destroyed 17
tanks in one hour in the morning,
and the action is being intensi-
fied, at least i* to the afternoon.
In several spots the forces are
right at the ca*"il line. The Egyp-
tian forces arr arrayed in two
formations nnti-tank emplace-
ments west of the canal, and
smaller forces with personal anti-
tank weapons r-.ist of it.
This is how things are this
morning, in th< 67th hour of the
war.
The precedir -j days, however,
were very long and the preced-
ing hours wer>- Enumerable.
DURING TITOSE hours, the sol-
diers amon them many re-
servists, manv vho had served
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h foi pi hich had und
iloodj battles in ]
i ,. no ain at 1
r hour, tl nigh (I
V'om Ki m an!
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of m n who i it
the I n b '. Th
loi ol those few post
I thi :an ma le pos
ip the o
' the plniini 'I campaign, Hi
Its of which are already no
In doubt
How long did all this '
\\ ar broke out some 60 odd
tours ago, and people were called
:nto service. Day before yester
la> Ihe units were .still in forma
inn. and even yesterday part-of
the force; was already at the front
\i-ilc the other part was moving
there with all possible -peed.
Loss than three days but
ia\e we known any days longei
i.id more difficult? No wonder
h >t in me an I tn Diher... as I
lave learned it seems that an
entire epoch lias passed.
YESTERDAY, we had with u-
hief Rabbi Goren. a man also
icwn from this strange Israeli
aw material. Not content with a
nerc courtesy call at the line, he
-pent most the night with the
'ommandcrs and the soldiers.
This was not exceptional it
ras typical, in fact.
I met a lieutenanl colonel in
the armored corps. His face was
familiar, but I couldn't place him
He reminded me: we had met
three years ago in the U.S., where
] was working on his Ph.D. In
between Yom Kippur afternoon
ind Monday afternoon he man
iged to gel to the canal froir
Chicago and to receive command
if an armored unit. He wa-
among the lucky one-, the Israeli:
vould -ay.
TV 'i daj -'.' One day?
The first iu< i. m ill be said about what I ok
place, and many questions "ill
pet be asked
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2665 S. W. 37.h Avenue
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sometning is taking place here
which >an hardly be paralleled
<. any war in ml m<
been sal Past
niri ris
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the Israeli \r.i-, s vicl i

War.
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. you listen to th
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,He lilting of the fii i
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,. mj intention was i ai
late our men and to drive fon,
at full strength.
WHAT HAPPENED !,nro
countering the elem<
prise ran be i cpl
al is visible |
ii; h turs afi
lor, are nol ovei

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with ml sacrifices
This is not a h

Israel
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and dedic it..' i
to d in detail. Bui n i
wi : com whei
i om >lete an uni qui
Saen tluounh the barrel of an Israeli gun in the i.eld. One
cf ovr 1 CCO Syrian tanks Lhal w:re destroyed or aban-
doned by Syrian forces when Ihey were routed or. the north
em front.
BUT A8 you sit here and write, the planes fly almoM unchal-
as the morning lengthens, and lenged overhead, you know thai
andrew geller
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Israeli soldier waves his country's fiag somewhere west of
Suez.
Eerie TV Tube Shows
Gigi' at Home as Nation
Waits Out Another War
commentary has not been edited
and com,', .is it k But the small
screen dwarfs the distance an,I
turns the war in the parlor into
what :', i. not; ii makes the war
far away and unreasonable.
s.vn RDAlf NIGHT I was with
fri >nds '' e vatched the m
i as if thi' earth lien.'Mill me
had b i scoi chi i! I ike all my
innol enlist, I [eel
unnecessary.
I want to believe that a home
front is essential, that a l
must he -'i up to give the
soldiers a world which functions
in their support, hut along with
thousand- of others who did not
By YORAM KANIUK
IN THE dark nights of sand and
fire for the combatants, on
those nights when the people of
Israel tell, with fire, of their un-
bending determination to win,
the noncombatants, the unneces-
sary-, sit in front of their tele-
vision sets. This is the war in
which Israel's television is par-
ticipating full force. Its discern-
in? cameras bring the war into
the home. People are glued to
the set to catch sight of their
dear ones and their friends.
The reality is overpowering.
Vietnam was the first war in his-
tory reported to th> home front
via television. For us this is
the first and hopefully the
last time that we live every
minute of a war so visually.
THERE IS something awful
about this dependence. Familiar
ity with the events and the fire,
on the small screen, is quite sig-
nificant, in that it presents reality
and depicts the detachment at
one and the same time. It brings
home the valor, the power and
the pain, and at the same time
it places the fighting on the level
of a performance.
The nation views its fighting.
The nation is fighting and view
ing simultaneously. There is no
time lag, and the inadequacies of
the spoken word are not noticed.
Words pale alongside the picture,
but the picture cannot explain
itself. It is too real and beyond
the rhetoric of commentary, too
solid and therefore startling. The
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others ill create the home fronl
and that I will make some true
contribution.
But it doc not go Hiai
And so. ."I addition ;> I
i.i !h<
Ihi ii -(in-.
one.*, ther ri
!'i -I that thej are superfluous in
thi woi Id, who -I. lh an
abj smal feelin | ol guilt W hj am
l nol there, as i vas once upon
l< \\ h; .iiv boys hurt and
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HbS
less id u hat your \ ii'Ws of wa
and peace may lie. \VY sil in :
(d tin' set and see a loimdiir.
- tank-, and haltei
! blood and i tamplar
pilals and soldiers v ho
cd supren e \ dor, and you I
i i ; i i .i i ii i .! i i; i
hearts a:. I i of those
ii home, your home Th !
tlic weather n port on iiv screen appears the di
tached and banal picture n
Ii aves and candles of the
bath.
Then, suddenly: "Gigi," witl
Continued on Pa-!e 4 1)
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'Gigi' Competes With War on TV Tube
Continued from Page 3D
Leslie Caron and Maurice Che
valier. It is pretty and frighten
ing, at one and the same time.
Never was Israel television so
suited 10 it- calling. Correspond-
risk their live-, move with
the fighters, and bring home the
while many people want to
foi ;et, 10 be drawn away els
re for a moment. So it is not
unwise to show them "Ci^'i." But
the front door is unlocked.
11 I .i,- il is dark. And lonelj
mothers sit inside darkened
homes, in blacked-out streets and
rehensively wait for a knock
1 n the doer; they know we'll win
hut their beings are permeated
with fear for their sons, and they
sit. drink sweet tea and watch
"Gigi" what a sweet girl, made
of sugar in an unreal world,
where Louis Jourdan suddenly
bursts into song in the middle
of the street about how much he
loves her. and off he trots to pro
pose to her to be his mistress.
IT'S ALL so nice and lovely
Then the telephone rings and
someone tells you that a good
friend, with whom you had plan
ned something two weeks ago.
has lost his son. or himself has
Soldiers wait in line lor shaving so they can use the side
mirror of an army vehicle.
fallen. You go back shocked,
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you see the end: Gigi and Gaston
will be wed. And you wonder:
will they have children who are
put into tanks, as shown in the
wrap-up of the news following
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man in the south, qj she puts to-
gether a jigsaw puzzle showing
New York's ( entral Park in the
eighties of the | sst century. She
i; siiting with her friend, who
aba juinpj at every ring of tho
telephone.
..xtu- *
And you are superfluous; the
wars of tho Jews don't need you
anymore. snd who are you, com
j.ared with the DO) ami with
(hi -' of your contemporaries whe
can still contribute?
And all this happens on a sur
-n, e\ Ins of war anci
weather r ; orts and empty opin
urns about ivhi' the Russ an
wanl or don'l want, and wounded
, Idiers m > you "i' 25 year
ag0 put aboard b ch i >ivr and
i to the rear to "Gigi." .'
she iv bltyir new dress, th"n
on t > a N'i -hi Star with I welj
sin : rs aiid N" 10ml Shem?r' tune,
i i .en't '- and sand."
THE DIFFERENCE between
war on film and war in real life
is the music. In the movies, the
tanks drive forward to the sounds
oj a host of wind instruments.
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fJmisti fhrkttan
Page 7 3
June 197, the first mayor of :i united Israeli
Jerusalem for two-thourand years, Toddy, the
mayor In spile of himself, who took office in
1969 in almost casual fashion, is now assured of
A place in all the history books of the future,
Teddy is a unique specimen in Israel with
his wide eye-crinkling smile, his blond hair, blue
eyes and steadily-rounding front: a man who has
ic-paired of adapting himself to the recent Is-
raeli dieting craze. ("How can a man be expected
to lose weight when sometimes he has to eat two
business lunches a dav'.'") Even though he be-
longs to the leading Israel Labor Party and is a
tremendous vote-setter, he*s not an active party
worker. Even as Mayor of Jerusalem he has left
ihe manipulating to the older party workers.
IT IS difficult to write about him because he
has no personal enemies. He has a con'idcrable
mini her of critics. There are those who say
thai the good-heated Teddy is not easy to work
with. There are those who say that he doesn't
understand polities, or that he is not the most
successful mayor in the world. But all the critic-
ism, however extreme, always ends with the com-
ment, "But he's a nice guy."
,.' But how on earth can you define him? A
politician? No, most definitely not. He is not a
politician in the accepted sense of the word. He
bimsejf,onco said that he has no ambitions for a
political career. Why? "Because." he said, "to
the extent, that I have a talent, it is for imple-
mentation. If a political career entails being a
V;_isl,itor, then, with all the respect I feel for
iKiny menrbers of the Knesset, I wouldn't like
to be in their shoe*."
But isn't he frustrated for this reason, a
Journalist onc:< asked" To which Kollek replied:
"I suffer from main frustrations. For example.
I would like to be able to ging, and I can't." II
seems to me that this answer implies thai he
does noi think that he posessi the qualifications
of a politician. When 1 asked him, while writing
this article, if he aspire? to the post of Prime
Minister, he said "No" and then added. "But
when 1 see 11k people who are anxious lo run
for Prime Minister, 1 saj to myself that if they
can do it. I'm as good as they are."
TKI>I>Y HAS always tried lo escape politics
Although he served as director-general of the
Prime .Minister's Office during the Ben-Gurion
era, and was part of the group of born politicians
which included Moshe Dayan. Shimon Peres (now
Minister of Transport and Communications) and
Khud Avriel (former Ambassador lo Italy), who
win- considered "Ben-tiurion's boys.' he dealt
with the questions all the others neglected
tourism, radio, television, archaeology, beautify-
ing the landscape, raising funds. Unlike the
other members of the group, he never wanted
to control focuses of power, to run important
minisleries or to take part in party work. If I
say that he lacks political ambition I doubt
whether he will send me a vehement denial
If he isn't a politician, what shall we say
about him? That he's a born administrator? I
wouldn't say thai. 'I'm lazy by nature." he once
told an American newspaperman. "I like to get
up at nine, eat breakfast, read the paper and go
back to bed." Despite this confession, Kollek, as
mayor, gets up at five every morning and works
eighteen hours a day. Bui he is not an adminis-
trator in the technical sense of the word.
His head is sometimes in the clouds (he
likes to talk, for example, about transferring the
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vJewisti fhridfor,
Friday, December 21, 1973
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Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
Sahara Motel
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
Chateau Motel
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
A First Republic Corporation of America Enterprises
We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for whi ch you are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
them both.
Festive Chonukah Greetings
To Ml
monoana
Oceanfront St 98th Street
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 COLLINS AVENUE OCEAN
Rep. SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manager
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
VMM ESS ANN HOTEL
920 Collins Avenue, Miami Beech
Phone 534-2196
Extends Holiday Greetings to All
FONTANA HOTEL
2642 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FPiOM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
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7720-1732 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4316
TEDDY KOLLEK
Continued from Page 7-D
United Nations headquarters to Jerusalem) and
he is not too well-organized. During a recent wave
of criticism of him one paper wrote that it's not
always clear who decides what in the Jerusalem
Municipality. He likes to deal only with the sub-
jects that interest him and to neglect or leave
to others routine organizational matters. He is
easily bored with people and reports. Teddy him-
self once admitted in an interview: "I'm most
disorganized in my work."
If he's not a politician and not a technicrat,
iiow do we describe Teddy? What makes him
tick? I believe the best definition is that he is a
pusher, who moves things that other people won't
or can't move. That's why he has become an
institution. Teddy is not the name of a man but
of an institution. You find him in the most unex-
pected places, he has a finger in every pie, not
as part of his official tasks but because of his
tendency' t3 deal only with those matters that
interest him. whether trreat or small.
AS DIRECTOR-general of the Prime Mins-
ter's Office he could have been Ben-Gurions sen-
ior political adviser, the chief string-puller of
whom everyone is afraid. He could have been a
Instead, ne chose, for example, to occupy him-
wlf organizing Israel's tenth anniversary celebra-
tions, the Pope's visit, coordinating the desalina-
cion project, organizing the visit of Ben-Gurion
and Eshkol to the United States, dealing with
"in"n-s from Teddy," says the cam-
paign burton.
tourism, scientific projects, the Central Bflri m
of Statictics, the return of Israeli students from
abroad, organization of the state archives-, techtv-
cal aid to developing countries, the Coins a")
Medals Company, educational TV.
Kollek recalls: "I used to deal with tl- -e
matters that had no patron. For example, several
years ago I became aware of the problem of
Israeli students abroad who didn't want to cc;ne
home. I went to the states once or twice. aH I
discovered that they were not deliberate 1 h
grants.
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3925 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 2-454?
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2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 944-0068
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APARTMENTS

900 West Ave., Miami Be**'
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Phone: 538-7511
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1340 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-6724
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1030 15th Street, Miami Beacn
________________Phone 672-0534
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Phone 633-8411
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SEA BROOK RESORT
MOTEL & APTS
9401 Collins Avenue. Surfside
Miami Beach 866-5446
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DRAKE
HO Til
1460 OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-6681
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HOTEL ,
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. lebofsky
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4775 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 33140
Phone 53^1731
Mr. HarveyJCyWriberg
,'*
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and
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A Happy Chanukah
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Friday, December 21, 1973
*Jenrsti fkridHicmn
Page 9-D
t
"They had simply married there, settled down
and started families and were afraid of coming
back for'financial reasons. I arrived at the con-
clusion that we should invest as much if not more
effort in bringing back students as in bringing
immigrants here. I initiated the establishment of
a special department to help find them employ-
ment., housing, and to grant them tax concessions.
"Or take archaeology, for example. 1 realized
that if we left it to the Archaeology Department,
with its limited budget, nothing would develop. I
tied it all in with tourism and so made it possible
to divert funds for the reconstruction of archae-
ological sites." Yes, Teddy differed from all the
other director-generals in the country. People
j-aid that he was a "bohemian," who "fixed*'
things instead of organizing them, and maneu-
vered people; a man with contacts, the number
one lobbyist in the country.
. CONTACTS," that international magic for
mula; the concept could almost be registered ?
Teddy's patent. He is known as the Israeli with
the most extentive contacts abroad, and particu-
larly in the United States. From Danny Kaye to
Marlene Dietrich, from Marc Chagall to Isaac
Wolfson, from Leonard Bernstein to Edmond de
Rothschild. He is the friend of millionaires, busi-
nessmen, international tycoons and politicians
of all shapes and sizes.
Someone once reckoned th3t he has some
10,000 intimate friends all over the world. Like
Winston Churchill, he never buys his own cigars.
All the drawers in his home and office are cram-
med full of the best Havanas. If he chose, he
could easily go into business, with the aid of his
friends, become a millionaire. But he has pre-
ferred to exploit his contacts to raise money for
various purposes in Israel.
When one of the three telephones on his
desk rings, it is reasonable that in one out of
three cases there will be a potential donor on
the other end of the line. "What can you do for
Jerusalem?" Teddy will ask. In fact he is the
only mayor in the country who can raise money
on the basis of his personal contacts and there-
fore is not confined within the strait-jacket of
municipal budgets.
LEGEND HAS it that one day the German
newspaper tycoon, Axel Springer, went into
Teddy's office, and five minutes later, as he was
leaving said: "By the way, I've got something
for you'' and handed him an envelope containing
a check for one million dollars. The story is, of
course, not as simple as that. Teddy tells it like
this: "Before the Six Day War I was asked by
our ambassador in Bonn to entertain Springer.
When he arrived in Israel I took him up to the
roof of the municipality building and showed
him the wall dividing the two sections of the
city and the Jordanian soldier at his post a hun-
dred yards away. I told him that I hoped one day
the city would be united again although I didn't
dream that it would happen so soon. And as we
were standing there and chatting, he told me
th;t he had set up a giant office block right by
the famous Berlin Wall. 1 told him that there
had been a plan to move the municipality offices
away from the border and that when I took over
I decided to cancel it. I thought that the present
Continued oh Page I0-I>
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J
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Friday, De-ember 2i. 18/3
m
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AND FAMILY
(ITV OF SOUTH MIAMI
4 Happy Chanukah To All .
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CHANUKAH GREETINGS
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ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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REALTORS
Professionalism with Total Inteqrity
2455 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. 929-1902
MIAMI 949-5100
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 863-3205
"Fossey" Outstanding Name in Miami Real Estate Since 1906
RALPH FOSSEY REALTOR
South Miami, Florida
7600 RED ROAD
SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA 33143 661-5303
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PHONE 538-5804
TEDDV K0I.LIK
Continued from Page s-i>
location symbolized our desire for unity. We had
.i friendly |;ilk. Then we went down to cat
lunch and he hinted thai he would like to do
something for Jerusalem. He had found an anal-
ogy between our city and Berlin. I proposed that
he finance the establishment of an art and archae-
ology library, which would cost about a million
dollars. Springer agreed."
EVERY MORNING, as Teddy opens his mail,
chicks flutter out of the envelopes. A Mexican
boj sends 31,500 An Australian journalist who
Visited Israel and returned home sends SI00. Mr.
Philip Schreiber of New Jersey sends $10 'to
Help build up Jerusalem." Teddy owes his sue-
ess to no small extent to his phenomenal ability
to raise funds. His father was a senior official
.vith the Rothschilds in Vienna. It is possible that
his upbringing in the proximity of this famous
family of finance is what turned him. many years
later, into Israel's number one fund-raiser. During
lus years of public activity perhaps hundreds of
millions >>f pounds have passed through his hands.
There can be no doubt that the apex of his
private fund-raising activities was in the pre
tale period, when he raised a million dollars
from American Jewry in lf>47. i qot the money
in return for credit note number one of the
State of Israel, which didn't then exist." In
everj po| he has held he has known how to
raise monej for his pet aims, a talent winch has
often aroused the envy of his colleagues, it is a
tact that many people are not enthusia tic- ul
his "Jerusalem Fund." which aide-steps the city's
budget. The government claims that it affects
the l nit eel Jewish Appeal. Teddy, naturally, does
not share this view. The executive members of
the UJA are his personal friends.
WITHOUT HIS fund raisins abilities the Is-
rael Museum would not have arisen, with it- col-
lection now valued at $40 million (many n jard
it as Teddy's greatest achievement'. Without his
ability, there would be no playgrounds for the
Arab children of East Jerusalem (there are now
six with three more being planned), no youth
clubs and no community centers.
His shnorring talent is actually the outcome
of his outstanding ability to make friends. Hi>
best quality is that he is no snob. He does not
seek out only the influential and important as
friends, The first party he attended after becom-
ing mayor was that arranged bj the municipal
garbage collectors. Teddy never forgets a birth-
day or an anniversary. But his ability to make
friends is composed of a lot more than I lese
qualities. There is something in Teddy which
binds people to him. He was the only elected
representative in Israel who. after his election,
thought of sending his constituents buttons oi
cards with a hand holding a flower and the
words. Thanks Teddy."
THE BEST description of Teddy's secret
formula for making friends was that written by
the Israeli journalist, L'ri Keisari: "Kollek is not
a man of pronouncements but of conversation.
This is a rare thing and it's part of his charm,
which is composed of seriousness without inflexi-
bility, unexaggerated cordiality, effortless energy,
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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On Snsef Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 661-8363
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RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
NEWLY REFURB'SHED ROOMS
800 Wasninaton Avenue Miami Beach
MICHAEL SOSSIN, L.L.D., Prevdent
Dial 5381811
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
E. End of Airport x-way
4000 Alton Rd
MIAMI BEACH
532-4411
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROO* REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
573 N.W. 71 sr STREET
758-1009 751.2878
Holiday Greetings Frc n
SANITARY
FISH MARKET
FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD
817 Biscayne Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 672-6281
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KR0NENG01D
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Chanukah
Holiday Greet.ngs to All Our Friends and Clients from
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHN AND FAMILY OF THE
t-AIIl I s CUSTOM CABINET*
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Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Cotr.mun;ty
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FAMILY
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18100 N.E. 19th A/enue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL '
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
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Many regard the Israel Museum a i Koilek's greatest achievement.
1 -:> -cial feeling he gives you thai it's not
Wing interest in him but he displaying in
Mn you."
Like ivory other popular man, Kollek ha* a
hir a past, stages on the route, fluctua
rTe.i:';y. who is now 60, was born in Vienna
t" Palestine in 1335 on an Italian ship, the
t(in (how symbolic!), and joined the group
1.' set up Kibbutz Kin Gev on the shore
pte Kimicret. But tliis kibbutznik was not
destj^t'-: stay in his kibbutz for long. In 1938
toflfent r. his first mission to Europe and from
then on was a kind of traveling salesman.
He engaged in immigration activity, in intel-
ligence work. He first made Ben-Gurion's close
acquaintance In 1940 when they were both in
England, unable to leave. On the eve of the es-
tablishment Of the state. Kollek was sent to the
United States to recruit friends, money and arms,
The United States was then imposing an em
bargo on arms shipments, but this did not stop
["eddy. The country was full of surplus goods and
Continued on Pane I'M)
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Our Frier ds and Patrons
;cntcn & Muskat
REALTORS
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[ MIAMI BEACH
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i
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Mil n\, 33144
I phone ^2-3220
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Phono 534-2527
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Phone 373-9974
imericana Tours
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Phone. 377-2758
For information, reservations,
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245 S.E. First Street
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Friday, December 21, 1"
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FROM
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HOME CARE CENTERS
To All Our Friends uiul Customers
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Phone 633-3446
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Anthony Scremin, Owner John F. Scremin
CYPEN REALTY INC.
MORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
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534-4671
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Phone 672-8828
r-ww ---- in ----
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2610 S.W. 28th Lane 856-5273
Holiday Greetings
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TEDDY KOLLEK
Continued Irem Page ill)
Teddy freely purchased blankets, field glasses
and Piper aircraft which were dismantled and
senl in Palestine in crates bearing the label, "pre-
fabricated houses." Crates holding machines for
the manufacture of mortars and cartridge cam>s
were labeled as machinery for the manufacture
of lipstii k. Teddy carried out liis shopping in the
name of several South American countries. The
New York port workers all helped him. Most of
them were Irish and they were delighted that
Hi,' I n I were driving out the British. The police
i i'i also eithei Jewish or Irish.
IN l!>49 Kollek joined the Israel Foreign
Ministry and was given the American desk, lie
was. and has remained, ardently pro American.
This orientation called for courage at that time
in a country whose leadership, !! "! Ea I Euro-
a mi':n. was naively convinced 'ha? Israel
would succeed in remaining neutral and between
the blocs.
W hen he therefore proposed one day to
Golda Meir and Israel Galili that Israel endeavor
lo be included within the framework of the Mar-
shall Plan, he encountered a firm refusal. They
claimed that the acceptance of aid would subju-
gate Israel for evermore to the imperialistic camp.
And they apparently believed that a neutral pol-
icy would encourage the Soviet Union to open it!
gates to those .lews who wished to emigrate to
Israel. In due course it transpired that Teddy
had been ri.aht and the others wrong. Israel now
realizes '.hat close contact with the I'nited States
is essential for her survival. The-Yom Kippur
War leave? no doubt about it.
In 1950. together with his wife, Tamar. Ted
uent to the United State., as Minister at Israel-
Washington Embassy. This spelled the end of b -
member-hip in the kibbutz. He was too much o:
an individualist to remain in the communal set-
ting, too talented for the state to permit him ;
remain a farmer, and not sufficiently two-facec
to remain a kibbutz member in name without liv-
Ing there, In Washington, as is his wont, he busied
himself with everything. He sold bonds, intro
duced Israel into the framework of U.S. technica
and financial aid, and established the first public
committee for the future Israel Museum.
IN 1952 he was summoned by Ben-Gurion,
then Prime Minister, to serve as director-uen r .
,,! his office. Since B.G. concentrated on tun
and security matters. Teddy ruled over ali 0th<
affairs. He was, for example, the fust to ;.rasj
the importance of tourism as a source of fore-.
currency. *'
II was he who introduced television into Is
rael, though Ben-Gurion was strongly against I
B.G. once viewed a western on TV in the Unite*
States and from then on would say: "1 don't wan'
the population of Israel to watch bang -bang. filn>
.ill day." Hut Teddy knew how to ;,'. qp w,t!
the old man. With great cunning1 he Introduce
television through the back door by pc:
B.G. to agree to educational TV the foliation
of the Rothschild family. N6wte1e'vfc|P!i very
big in Israel: most of it is not very fdricBriortfi!".
IN HIS 12 years as director-general Te3dy
dealt with everything. Ben-Gurion- belicv.cd_..
him blindly and always backed him. The <
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OX 1-4330 or OX 1-4331
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8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
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1630 N.W. 54th Street Phone 696-1437
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Phone 5383424
t"
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2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
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"Home of The Roman Steak"
Corner 49th St. and E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah 681-6633
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4170 S.W. 99th Avenue 221-6672
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ewnber 21, 1973
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Page 13-D
I were frequently on his lips. He
'like a son and treated him as such,
list. I once accompanied Ben-Gurion
sit to Scandinavia. I was sitting next
ier V> extract a political statement
Jeddy was sitting in the scat in front,
lectured me on the importance of
Israel and Denmark, he raised his
|Mc il was a fly, tried to brush his hand
Fold man repeated the trick several
Bievously. Teddy continued to sleep
png that the fly was only a trick
Jen-C.urinn resigned from tin' govorn-
63. slamming the door behind him.
ILevi Eshkol, wanted to utilize
experience. But as the relations be-
lurion and Eshkol deteriorated, and
jcgan suspecting all B.G'a associates,
longer got along together. Kollek
he no longer enjoyed the same room
ver. the saint- family atmosphere and
deep trust. He resigned from his
Me'hiiil 361 vacation days due to him he
^^Ptt never taken a vacation). Teddy re-
Aat period:
Bnk that many of Ben-Gurion's opinions
ihkol were not justified. He should have
forgiving towards the man who took
reat mantle. But 1 could see that 1 was
on with Eshkol either.
'E CHANGED his mind frequently Some-
Lppp would determine a certain policy, I
^Ein operating accordingly, and then dis-
cover the next day that he had changed his mind.
I arrived at the conclusi&n that it was the Prime
Minister's privilege to run things as he chose and
to build up his office with the aid of the people
he wanted." Therefore Teddy left government
service and devoted himself to the establishment
of the Israel .Museum, his own pet project.
In 1965 dramatic political events occurred
in Israel. The Social Democratic Party. Mapai,
split, and it.> revered leader, Ben-Gurion, to-
gether with his younger associates. Dayan, Peres
and Almogi. set up an independent party. Rafi.
Elections were due to be held at the end of that
year and the new party had urgent need of
candidates for various posts. One day Teddy was
cornered at the swimming pool of the Hilton
Hotel by Yitzhak Navon, who was once Ben-
Guiion's political secretary.
"The old man wants you to stand as candi-
date for Mayor of Jerusalem," Navon said Teddy
refused flatly. II,' had always been a public ser-
vant, far removed from party politics, and in
addition he found il hard to believe that he
could prevail over the Mapai Religious Party co-
alition in the Jerusalem municipality. But they
wouldn't leave him alone. When the rumor of
his possible candidacy began to spread, groups
of prominent Jerusalemites also began to urge
him to try his luck. The possibility that at last
a non-political man might become mayor and
engage in municipal matters rather than politics
attracted many people. "O.K. To hell with you
all," Teddy blurted out one day and gave in,
not without warning Dayan and Peres that I hey
Continued on Page 14-D
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Page 14-D
*. k w *f fhririian
Friday, December 21,
973
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Telephone 5380751
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Phone 651-2131
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TEDDY ROLLER"
Continued from Page 18-D
were maki and that he would be a
complete failure.
IN FACT R ifi did fail, gaining only 10
of 120 seat's in the Knes et. Thus Ben-Gurion's
dream of taking with him the majority of mem
bers of Mapai, his old party, was shattered. Bui
f.n the other hand, Teddj was elected. He wa
Rafi's greal success When he was informed that
he had won the election, he asked in wo i
You mean the whole thing was serious?" Al
his second election, in ior>. Teddy demonstrated
bj a much larger majority what B.G. had always
claimed, namely that Israel needs regional elec-
tions. The Jerusalemites liked Teddy and his tnu
nicipal I st won more votes in both elections in
Jerusalem than did his parly for the Knesset.
People voted personally for Teddy and not for
his party. No public figure could ask for more.
As Mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy injected new
spirit into the municipality. He raised produc-
tivity and the tempo of workvtmong his staff by
introducing a system of financial and moral in-
centives and by acting forcefully with those em-
ployees whose work was unsatisfactory'. He intro-
duced letters of commendation and pins for loyal
workers, and brought in a premium system for
garbage workers. He even did the impossible in
IsraeJ fired an inefficient clerk.
His tendency to concentrate only on what in-
terested him led him to delegate authority to his
assistants, which brought down on him the criti-
cism that his presence was not sufficiently fe||
in the routine work.
I! it wore not for the Six-Day War,
might not have succeeded in overcom:-
me bureaucratic machine of the municipal.
and party intrigues might < : .
vaii'.d over tins dynamic man. But th<
id Kolkk's real test came ail
lion of Jerusalem. Problems of in:
the two sections of the city, and oi > i
large scale, came to the fore. It was
thai what was done in tho piv.
te the image of Jerusalem for hundi
years to come. What can be registered | |
credit is hi rai id decision to break d i
physical barriers dividing the two -
transformation of the city into one physical unit,
IMMEDIATELY AFTER the ,
the city he promised the Arab population equal
rights, and hoped that within a short time they
would participate in a municipal coalition. At
that time Teddy remarked that he didn ; want the
Jerusalem of 150 years hence to be in the same
situation as present-day Canada, torn between
the English-speaking and the French-speaking.
Although he did everything in his power to make
the Arab population equal (they did not always
appreciate this, especially when they discovered
how high Israeli taxes were), the hoped for inte-
gration has not yet arrived.
Teddy explains: "Jerusalem does not lie on
the moon. It is connected with the Arab world
both geographically and politically. We cannot
detach the general political situation in the re
gion from the situation in the city. But m> task
is not political, rather to see to it that people
learn to live together, to leave all paths open.
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Miami Beach, Florida
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11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
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7230 Red Road, So. Miami
Phone 065-3534
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3?<* West Flaaler Street
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576-0564 576-0565
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538-5492
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Phone 374-8181
riMes
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m. t mrs. al mm
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iday, December 21, 1973
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Teddy Koliek with New York Mayor John Lindsay
insofar as i- possible, in order t<> And solutions
and teaph people mutual tolerance."
A lwent survey has shown more than 40
per lint Of the Arab population have improved
rh'ir ffMMlctl situation, and that only a small
minority have suffered as a result of the unifica-
tion ,.f the cit>. Koliek has made ever} effort to
jvc the 70,000 inhabitant- of East Jerusalem the
fooling that they are equal citizens despite the
delicate situation in the region as a whole.
UST WHEN it seemed that Teddy Koliek
had winoli.lafc-d his position as mayor of the
united city of Jerusalem and that bis future was
secure, he suffered an unexpected blow: a con-
press -f renowned architects and town planners
[,-om abroad linvited by Teddy, incidentally)
;,..,,! the master plan for the development of
the city. The irony of fate!
The man who has done more than anyone
BJse in Israel to beautify the landscape was BC
u.d of submitting a plan which would ruin
0* Jerusalem landscape forever. What a trace, y.
,, aspired that the master plan initiated by the
municipalit) and the government which hail taken
several years and cost millions, is simply unwork-
able, because it is incomplete and inadequate.
But while discussions were going on about
the face of Jerusalem in 25 .wars time the bull-
dozers were already at work. The government
was determined to establish facts in the Aral)
section of Jerusalem. For the first time in hii
career, the very popular Teddy faced the ravage
criticism of the press. 'Teddy is depressed!"
"Teddy is subdued!" the paper, crowed. But
Teddy did not flee the battleground He even
dlfied the politicians in his own party by giving
support to the criticism of the plan. He an-
nounced that he would submit a new master plan.
(Anyone who Is acquainted with Teddy knows
th:/h(; has never run away from respo,,s,bn,y
and never failed in a task ho undertakes thai
is heart Now that the storm is dying own,
v people believe that Teddy will st.U
S in history as the man who built a beautiful,
united. Jerusalem.
.Ve Are The Well Coverinq
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIL
WALLTEX"
'IMPERIAL ^CRUBBAl
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7121 N.W. 6th Ave-758-8791
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CLEANERS
8687 CORAL WAY
WESTCHKTEP. SHOPPING PIAZA
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 264-7733
Holiday Greetings to the
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1075 Kane Concourse
Ray Harbor Island, Fla.
Phone 864-36H
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7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
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121-15th St. 4 Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-H41
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Telephone 238-6041
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+Jeist rkridRar
Friday, December 21, I973
THIS
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WILL YOU REMEMBER THOSE
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"Jewish Floridian
Friday, December 21, 1973
Section E
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SEATTLE, Wash.The American people have been invited
to the 1976 campaign wedding. But while they know when it will
1)C_ unlike the Australian who was invited to Henrietta's wed-
dingthey don't kno* just who it will be.
Th front runners in their parties are clearly Sen. Edward
Kennedy and Gov. Ronald Reagan, Their names are known, they
,iii' recognized, they have political sex appeal, people flock around
them, they have a constituency across the country.
SOMETHING IS missing, however, which leaves the political
marriage of people and candidates still wide open.
What is it? There are three major requirements for a nomi-
nation. The obvious ones are recognition and a constituency. The
third is more elusive.
Call it the spirit of the times or the climate of opinion or,
perhaps, the aura of destiny the sense of the tide running with
one msn and not with the others.
Of the Republicans, Gov. Reagan, Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
and John Conpally all hav.e the recognition factor, but only Reagan
has a strong constituency outside his own state.
HE INHERITED it when Spiro Agncw was catapulted out of
the contest and his anguished supporters had nowhere to go ex-
cept to Reagan. But what Agnew couldn't hand on to Reagan
was the sense pre-Watergate that the nomination was as
i-ood as locked up. Right now. no Republican conveys the sense
that the tide is inevitably running with him.
That could of course change if Mr. Nixon were impeached.
The case of the Democrats is different. Sen. Kennedy and
Gov. George Wallace both have strong national constituencies.
MANY FELT once that the tide was running with Wallace.
while Kennedy had around him the dynastic aura of destiny. This
;s now less true of both.
Wallace has grappled gallantly with the consequences of the
bullet, but they will remain a reality in a presidential campaign.
He is running a poor second to Kennedy in the siraw polls.
A Kennedy-Wallace ticket, combining the two mystiques so
different from' each other, has been in the minds of both men
but has lost its former punch.
KENNEDY'S PROBLEM is still with the mooted Chappaquid-
dick flaw of character. After Chappaquiddick, he sagged in the
polls, then recovered, and could have had the Democratic nomi-
nation in 1972 but chose not to fight for it.
When his decision is announced after the 1974 elections, it
may prove too late The question of veracity, raised about both
Mr. Nixon and Agnew, was never wholly settled by Kennedys
TV Chappaquiddick speech. How he deals with the credibility
problem will make or break him as candidate.
In other respects, Watergate has had curiously little impact
on the 1976 prospects. The giant events of today are. of course,
bound to transform the political landscape and shift the power
hn i3nc
BUT THE idea that the Watergate TV hearings would give
us someone like Sen. Howard Baker (R.-Tenn.) as the next Presi-
dent proved a ripple, not a wave, on the tide of history
* is a chance that the energy and Mideast crisis may-
prove more effective than Watergate in nominating a President
Despite Sen. Henry Jackson's (D.-Wash. poor ri.ow.ng; ,n
the straw polls-which don't mean much-the focus of alien-
Son Ton hTm now. Most people know of his H*^-*
ings and his vigor in pushing the energy issue in Congress.
g THEY KNOW of his warning about the military Pw
ance between America and Russia, and about Russia s ggrcss.ve-
ness (as illustrated in the Middle East) despite th detente
They know of his steadfast support of arms for Israel and
may never get it, even with labor's support and a good l.beral
"T&'Zrie- the only candidate whom the tide of event.
is sweeping along dramatically. rain-swept land-
The American northwest with its majestic.rinJ
' _nas never loomed large in Amencan pohtrcal history,
5J oce of its sons to the White House.
Q?L score, too. some new history may be wntten.
Ckanukah-Time to Rededicate
Ourselves to Jewish Sanctity
By DR. BERNARD MANDELBAUM, President
American-Israel Cultural Foundation
COR the Jews of the Warsaw ghetto, in Sep.
tember, 1939, these words of the High Holi-
day liturgy had an immediacy of measurable
meaning. The Nazi hordes of Hitler's henchmen
were one dap's distance away. Yet. in the very
face of this inevitable decree of death, there was
a determination to affirm life. A scheduled con-
cert of the ghetto's symphony orchestra played
to a tense, hushed audience of men, women and
children. The courage to do this, strengthened
by a sense of renewal from the experience it-
self, made for the inner quality of people who
became the heroic resistors of the Warsaw ghet-
to. The spiritual life of men, created in God's
image, prevails.
The words, of course, were: "Who shall live,
and who shall die ."
May. 1948 forty-million Arabs of seven sove-
reign states, invade a newly established State of
Israel with a population of less than one million.
The Holy City of Jerusalem is besieged and to-
tally cut off by the enemy. Starving, thirsting, un-
conquerable Jerusalemitcs seek ways to bring in
the minimum supply of the bare necessities of
life.
And along with the clandestine columns
which occasionally succeeded to come through
with food and water, artists a trio, a quartet
of instrumentalists are smuggled in to perform
and lift the spirit of a people who derive inner
fortitude for the outer struggle from the sound
of a song, of a melody. The spiritual life of man.
created in God's image, prevails.
Spiritual Life Prevails
From 1939 to 1946, the lowest depths of
bestiality ever to be practiced by man called
for the incarceration of Jews in horrendous con-
centration camps, where they were starved, tor-
The activities or the***** War
Veteraae Ladto AnxBartes *
iTZ* Browrd Owte* for
this week are as follows.
ing md Chanukah Party will be
held Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Tem-
ple Israel ef gggg-j 2"g
Moskovitr, amridary president, will
preside.
Murray Solomon 243: A board
meeting, conducted by Evelyn
LoWpeeMM* *Hlbe 2 ?
the Merrick Elementary School,
Zamora Ave., Tuesday evening.
North Shera ftl: A regular
meeting at the Jefferson ***"*
Sink building, Arthur Godfrey
Rd, will be conducted by abWred
Feinsilber, president.
Barry H. Oaken TW: A social
honoring past auxiliary pr*****11
and past post commanders will oe
held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr. Lillian Kevoe is presi-
dent
tured. shot and gassed. In the Yad VaShem Me-
morial in Jerusalem and the Museum of Locha-
may Haghettaot near Haifa, are some of the etch-
ings, pictures, poems created by Jews under these
unbelievable conditions. Their involvement in
these forms of cultural expression enabled many
to hold on to and extend the thread of life, until
for some, the redemption came. The spiritual life
of men, created in God's image, prevails.
And now, in our own day during this 25th
anniversary year of the State of Israel what do
we find? A Jewish state, smaller than New Jersey,
with a bare three million people, and few vital
resources, rejoice in its Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra, Israel Chamber Ensemble, Kol Ylsrael
Orchestra. Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Youth
Symphony Orchestra. Habimah. Cameri and
Haifa Theatres. Inbal. Bat-Sheva, Bat-Dor dan
groups Jerusalem. Tel Aviv, Haifa Museums.
Rubin and Bezalel Academies, and so many,
many more national and local institutions ol
cultural expression. Into all theso are absorb.-!
recent immigrants of great talent, especially of
late, those finding freedom after their exodus
frem the oppression of Russia.
A People That Sings
Each day. again and again, Israel gives new
life and fulfillment to the gifted youngster, the
mature artist and teacher who can now openly
give of himself and his talents for the enrich-
ment of the lives of his own people in his own
land. And again, the spiritual life of man, created
in God's image, prevails.
Reflecting an insight into one of the deeper
realities of life, it was said that a people that
sings is a people that lives. The beginning of a
major source of life of the Jewish people in its
new year is a time to recall and revitalize this
many-faceted cultural creativity, it is one of the
most certain and reassuring ways for our people
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Friday, December 21, 1973
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teicmi Bejch Mayor Chuck Hall presents
a proclamation designating November as
B'nai B'rith Month to members of the 130th
Anniversary Celebration Committe3. From
lsf: to right are L:o Steinman, Veteran's
Seiv.'ce; Harry Marccu, ticket chcirma-.;
Henry Howard, producer end direc:or of
the "birthday celebration;" Mayor Hall;
Samuel Pas:oe, publicity ccchairman; Col.
Philip Cchei. Florida Lodge service direc-
tor, and Phil Levine, ticket ccchairman.
More than 3,000 persons saw the B'r.ai B'rith
musical extravaganza marking the occasion
at the Miami Beech Auditorium.
Fred O. (Bud; Dickinson, Jr., (right) comptroller for the State
cf Florida, received the first annual "Award for Outstand-
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+Jenisfi Meridian
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Henry Kissinger is Hardly 'Messenger Boy'
IDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
One of your eciiiors twice called
Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kis-
a "messenger boy" in his,
article, "Jerusalem as Major Con-
cession."
I tliink this is outrageous. It is
a'-o a wrong allegation to assume
that a man who escaped the Nazi
concentration camps and knows
trhat a homeland means for the
Jewish people is able and willing
to sell out Israel.
AFTER ALL, Dr. Kissinger is
not the foreign minister of Israel.
Ho is secretary of state of the
United States. So he has to carry
thai burden on his shoulders.
I certainly don't believe in ap-
peasement Chamberlain-style, but
with enemies like the Arabs and
Russia, and very few friends, the
detraction of Israel is possible.
To avoid this calamity and make an
h morable peace, we need Henry-
Kissinger.
Let us hope that a messenger
and not a messenger boy was sent
to Geneva to solve the problem for
Israel and America that will lead
to everlasting peace.
KURT SCHREINER
Surfside
nmi.n*
i 'i i <>K. The Jewish Floridian:
I realize the immense significance
of the Middle East war, and I have
been grateful for the total cover-
age given it by The Jewish Flor-
idian.
But it does strike me that there
are other things going in Jewish
affairs. We are not a suburb of Tel
Aviv.
LEST SOME of your readers get
the idea that I am a member of
the American Council for Judaism.
I want to state that my objection
i- simply based on the fact that
the American Jewish community's
destiny can not be TOTALLY in-
tertwined with the problems facing
Israel today, however important
they are.
The fact simply is that some of
your views and editorial coverage
ought to include problems facing
us here in this country.
j, JUST AS a point of reference-
even your columnists Max Lerner
and Joseph Alson are entirely
wrapped up with the Middle East
I read them in other newspapers.
too. where- they manage to write
..bout other things. You might
start by-choosing to publish their
thoughts on non-Middle East sub-
FREDERICK COLD
North Bay Village
FDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
We have written the following
to the ambassador to the
United States from the Nether
1 nds and believe it would be ol
Interest to your readers:
"We have recently read of the
plight of your country as a result
t>f the Arab boycott resulting from
">our friendly relation with the
State of Israel.
: "We wish to express our admira-
tion, sympathy, and thanks to your
government and your courageous
people for the friendly and hu-
manitarian expressions to Israel in
their darkest hour.
: "YOUR PAST rcord especially
Storing the Nazi holocaust is well-
inown. and will remain inscribed
Jn the hearts of all men for all
t&
mcs.
"lews the world over and men
'of good-will everywhere will ap-
preciate your outstanding example
of decency, justice and fairness to
a small and persecuted people.
beaming to live as a free and in-
dependent nation among the inunity of nations.
i "Do not be discouraged and dis-
mayed in this hour of distress."
HARRY WOLL, President
LEON SEGAL, Secretary
Hebrew Cultural Forum
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Why are the people of Miami
Beach different irom those of other
^ places? How does one cope with a
J^ fh.meless person at a concert or
W* dramatic performance squeezing
I Into a row of seats with cups of
I coke and frankfurters dripping
Kith mustard?
: What kind of impression do the

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states take away with them, when
they see rude, arrogant people
crowding the aisles before the per-
formance is over?
MANY OF the artists have la-
bored long and hard to perfect an
opera or concert and these people,
with no sense of appreciation
openly disregard convention, de-
corum or moral restraint.
Barely is die last note over, and
they run as if they had ants in
their pants. The contemptuous be-
havior of these people spoils an
evening for others who are cultural,
dedicated and devoted.
A community's culture cannot
be measured by the fancy clothes
or the diamonds they display
it is more than that, it is the re-
spect shown the artists that counts.
I DO not single out any special
group of people, but it happens
each time at the opera or concert.
How would you feel if you were
the artist, making a special appear-
ance to give an encore, and the
audience starts an exodus to the
nearest exit? Maybe we should in-
stall seat belts that cannot be re-
leased until the last curtain call.
I wonder if Miami Beach audi-
ences will ever grow to cultural
maturity? Is it necessary to plead
and beg for good behavior at a
concert? Why are the people of
Miami Beach different from those
of other places?
MRS. MINNIE ROSE, Secretary
Miami Beach Cultural Society
The reasons should be obvious
to any Jewish organization.
ELIZABETH LEVY
North Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In light of the incredible Aus-
trian decision to close Vienna to
Soviet Jews as their transfer point
to Israel. I have written Ambas-
sador Dr. Arno Halusa at the Aus-
trian Embassy in Washington, D.C.,
the following letter:
"Along with the rest of the civi-
lized world, I looked on with hor-
ror as the events of this weekend
ufolded in your country. I am sure
that we share the same revulsion
at the sight of unarmed men and
women being held hostage at gun-
point. Such action cannot be con-
doned and equally important, such
action cannot be encouraged.
"ENCOURAGEMENT through
success must be denied because
the surrender to the threat of vio-
lence leads only to more violence.
As such, I fervently call for the
reversal of your country's planned
action in regards to the closing of
the transit camp for Russian Jew-
ish emigrants to Israel. The closing
of this camp can only be seen as
a victory for terrorism and as a
defeat for free emigration as
adopted by the Uniteri Nations in
the aftermath of World War II.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I have received a lettter of par-
ticular significance, which I think
deserves to be shared with the
community,
The letter is from Rev. Robert
Cooper, of Mt. Calvary Lutheran
Church, and I have informed him
that I was sending it to The Jewish
Floridian for possible publication.
REV. COOPER has written in be-
half of his congregation.
"For several weeks now, we as a
small group of Christian people
have been meeting together, learn-
ing about the ideals and ways of
our Hebrew neighbors. The plight
of God's Chosen People has been
constantly on our minds in our
prayers. We realize the Immensity
of the problems now present in
God's Promised Land, and we also
share your concern and hurt.
"To show our support and Con-
cern, we have collected the amount
on the enclosed cheek to be sent
to Israel to help in any way pos-
sible. This Sunday's meeting, we
have also, ss a joint group, prayed
for the prisoners' to be released
and we know God will answer our
prayers."
In addition to Rev. Cooper's gig-
nature on this very warm letter,
members of the following congre-
gations acted as co-signers: Hob-
Cross Lutheran Church. Redeemer
Lutheran Church; and St Rose of>
Lima Roman Catholic Church'.;
I am sure you" will agree this
was a most humane gesture in in-
terfaith feeling.
RABBI MAX LIPSCmTZ
Beth Torah Congregation
"The Austrian government. I
can well appreciate, was placed
in a very difficult situation. How-
ever, the closing of the transit
camp does not ease this situation.
On the contrary, the action ex-
acerbates the dangers to the Aus-
trian government and people by-
acknowledging that the Austrian
government will succumb to extor-
tion and threat. This knowledge
by the terrorist force can only
lead to fuither acts of ten
and extortion as both the terrorist
threats and demands multiply in
number and expand in scope.
Furthermore, the denial to
Jewish emigrants from Russia of
safe passage and c -operation
thtough Austria is onlj too rem-
iniscent of recent history when
the borders of European tl I
were closed to Jewish em
fie ing Nazi terrorism."
CHARLES A. CITRIN
Miami
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Friday, December 21, 1973
Some Germans Have Neither Learned Nor Forgotten
By JANET BARKAS
Jewish Chronkh* Feature Syndicate
My grandmother was angry that I could bring my-
self to journey to Germany. To make matters worse, I
was flying Lufthansa from New York rather than,Pan
Am. I was meeting such former associates of Adolf
Hitler as Albeit Speer, architect and chief of arma-
ments of the Third Reich; Frau Gerda Christian, Hit-
ler's secretary from 1933-1945; and Frau Winifred Wafi-
ner, Richard Wagner's daughter-in-law. It was the cul-
mination of a year's research on Hitler.
Heidelberg was my first stop, to see Albert Speer.
The students at the bar the first evening of my ar-
rival were not interested in my background. Their
hostility was directed at my Berlitz German and the
fact that I was American.
I MET a young, blonde-haired man who claimed
agreement with the philosophical basis of National
Socialism. "If only Hitler had not campaigned against
the Jews." he said, "everything else he wanted for
Germany was positive."
In a student cafeteria at Heidelberg I met a young
married couple. We walked to a nearby restaurant and
there talked for hours sipping draughts of beer. Then
they asked the question: 'Are you Jewish?"
"Yes."
The young wife drew back, seeming confused by
my admission. "But you don't look Jewish and your
name isn't Jewish."
I explained that it was a Greek name. The con-
versation petered out.
THE NEXT morning. Albert Speer. His attractive,
bronzed wife casualty dresied in thrown 'p'ants. and
matching knit"toT>,Tff6\'l juice. Speer discussed my research on Hitler. It was
a pleasant chat, though he seemed to be recapitulating
sections of his book on the Third Reich.
During the long train ride up the Rhine to Dues-
seldorf. I vowed to put to Frau those questions I had
not asked of Speer. Her flat was furnished and in the
style of her most important period: the '30s.
"Did you dislike the Jews?" I asked, not saying
that I was Jewish.
"You don't know what it was like." she said. "A
Jewish girl of 20 was like a German girl of 16. My
mother was afraid to let me associate with them. They
wore lipstick and were 'fast.'" There was no hesitancy
in her voice. She continued eagerly, "It was ter-
rible. All the doctors and lawyers were Jews. The Ger-
mans were out of work too and couldn't get a job be-
cause the Jews had them all." She did not disagree
that "Hitler was the best boss" she ever had.
BACK DOWN the Rhine. Dachau. Everything clean
and new. The original barracks had been torn down.
Only replicas stood there. In front of one of the gas
chambers was a young family, the father taking pic-
tures of his son. Is this what Dachau will be-a tour-
ist attraction immortalized in a scrap book?
From Dachau, the long train ride to Bayreuth, the
BaU'onai center for Wagnerian opera :and the home of
Fru Winifred Wagner, Ri<*ard* Wfner's daughter-
in-law and associate "Of Adolf Hitler. We talked for
over two hours. ,
"Did you know I provided Hitler with the paper
and pencils he used to write Mein Kampf?," she asked
proudly in perfect English, since she was born and
attended school in England.
I asked: "How do you feel about anti-Semitism0"
Oh it's not the same today," she said coldly. "Its
hard to tell who is a Jew now. The differences are not
as great. But I can always tell a Jew when I sec one."
she observed staring directly at me.
TIME HAD not brought Frau Wagner to recon-
sider her attitudes any more than it had mellowed
Frau Christian.
Back in New York, I met a handsome 40-year-o! I
He had never dated a Jewish girl before and felt
compelled to tell me why he hated Jews. "There
only 14 million Jews in the world. Any people which
gets into so much trouble over so many years must
deserve it. They're an ugly race and the Jews in New
York are the worst. They are so obnoxious."
So hatred was not just in the heart of a country
any particular country.
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Gromyko Warns Soviet Critics
To Stay Out of Russian Affairs
UNITED NATIONS (JTA
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko warned critics of Soviet
policies toward dissidents and
Jews to keep their hands off Rus-
sia's internal affairs.
In a particularly sharp speech to
the General Assembly, he also
warned that war could renew
in the Middle East "at any mo-
ment" and reiterated his country's
support for the Arab states which
"only want to retrieve what was
seized from them by force." Is-
raeli ambassador, Yosef Tekoah,
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ference.
GROMYKO DEVOTED a larse
portion of his speech to what he
termed as "noisy propasanda cam-
paign*" in the West and "black-
mall," a reference to efforts in
the US. Congress to withhold
most favored nation trade status
from the Soviet Union unless it
eases restrictions on dissidents
arid .T.nvs and others wishing to
emigrate.
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"Sometimes things reach the
point when attempts are made to
arrogate the right to instruct oth-
ers as to who should resolve mat-
ter? of emigration from this or that
country and how, and in what ca-
pacity and within what time limit
and where, specifically," the So-
viet diplomat said.
"In so doing, they do not scru-
ple to heap praise on those who
represent no one and who are
willingly or thoughtlessly noth-
ing more than blind instruments
operated by the forces opposed to
international detente.
"THE SOVIET Union," Gromyko
said, "vigorously rejects that ap-
proach and condemns it. We shall
allow nobody to interfere in our
internal affairs."
He warned: "It is no secret that
there are some who would like to
try to impose their own domestic
practices upon others. Inter
nal practices, internal laws, con
stitute the line on the threshold
of each state ;it which others must
stop."
On the Middle East, Gromyko
said. "The Soviet Union is con-
vinced that the problem is soluble.
There is a basis for this, and it is
constituted in the well-known de-
cisions of the Security Council .
(but) the refusal of the aggressor
to accept a settlement is becoming
ever more challenging.
Continuing, Gromyko declared
that "everything must be done to
ensure that both in Israel and in
those c patronize its .present policy it
should be finally understood that
a more sober approach is neces-
sary and that they really take the
path of solving the problem."
HE SAID the situation could be
Qptt'oH on th basis of a comnlctc
withdrawal of Israeli forces from
tne occupied territories, and re-
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>nd "pon'es in the region, includ-
ing the Palestine Arabs.
U.S. Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger reportedly discussed
the question of Soviet Jews and
dissidents when he met with Gro-
myko recently at dinner.
Meanwhile, the State Department
announced that protests were
made there and in Moscow over
the detention of an American
news photographer, Roger Ledcl-
ington, and the confiscation of
film he took of the Jewish activist,
Arkady Shpilberg, who was dem-
onstrating outside Communist
Party headquarters to protest the
denial of an exit visa. The State
Department indicated that the pro-
tests were not in writing but were
delivered orally at a relatively low
diplomatic level.
A REPORT from Moscow quoted
the visiting head of the U.S. Infor-
mation Agency, James Keogh, as
saying that Soviet officials were
dissatisfied with American news re
porting on Soviet internal matters
Keogh said that Soviet authorities
accused American newsmen of
over-emphasizing negative factors
in their reports of the dissident is-
sue and emigration practices.
Members of the "Friends of Ar-
kady Shpilberg Committee" dem-
onstrated in front of the UN
while Gromyko was addressing
the General Assembly. The demon-
stration, sponsored by the Greater
New York Conference on Soviet
Jewry, included members of the
Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and the Washington Heights-In-
wood Council on Soviet Jewry.
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Friday, December 21, 1973
Tribute To Dr. Lehrman
Rescheduled For April 20
The community-wide tribute din-
n( r 10 Dr. Irving Lehrman. mark-
ing his 30th anniversary as Mbb'u
oi Temple Emanu-El. has been re-
scheduled for April 20 at the Dip-
lomat Hotel. It was scheduled for
Nov. 18, but was postponed be-
cause of the outbreak of the Vom
Kippur War.
Announcement of the new date
was made this week by Dr. Sher-
man R. Kaplan and Herbert Sadkin
cochairmen of the banquet and
dance
Gov. Reubin O'D. Askew and Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, chancellor emer-
itus of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America have both
changed their calendars and again
accepted invitations to participate
in the salute to Dr. Lehrman.
Dr. Kaplan said a committee of
Temple Emanu-El officers, direc-
tors, trustees and members will be
formed to heljT coordinate plens
Jai'.thi' testimonial lu JJr Lehrman.
In addition, a number of inter-
national, national and local com-
munity leaders will serve on the
tribute committee to recognize the
rabbi's worldwide achievements.
Because of the delay necessitated
by the Yom Kippur War, the April
20 function also will encompass the
annual Lehrman Day School Schol-
arship Ball, Sadkin and Dr. Kaplan
said.
Yeshiva Students Celebrate
Students at the Yeshiva Day
School, North Miami Beach, are
celebrating Chanukah with skits,
games and fun during the week of
Dec. 24. Parents are invited to
participate and enjoy the student
productions
Jewish quiz box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(i'i li'T.'i. Jewish Telegraphic Aeer.iv
Why is the letter "shin" en-
graved on the headpiece of the
tefilin?
Some authorities say that the
letter "shin" is placed on the tefi-
lin because its numerical value is
300. Tefilin are worn 300 days dur-
ing the year (since they are not
worn on the Sabbath or on festi-
vals) (Orchot Chaim).
Others claim that the letter
"shin."' by certain numerical com-
putations, is equivalent to the nu-
merical value of the letters which
make up the holy name of the Al-
mighty. One of the reasons for
wearing tefilin on the head is for
the "people of the earth to see
that you are called bv the name of
the Almighty" (Deut.: 28:10).
There are those who claim that
the letter on the head tefilin com-
bine with the letter "dalet" and
"yud" of the arm tefilin to form
one of the names of the Almighty
(Shaddai). This makes the wearer
of the tefilin either an image or
an extension of the Creator.
Why is it that the letter "shin"
engraved on the right side of
the tefilin box on the head has
three stems, while the letter
"shin" engraved on the left side
of the tefilin box of the head
has four sides?
Some claim that these two kinds
of engraving are symbolic of two
types of lettering in Hebrew he-ly
scriptures. The lettering on the
tablets which Moses carried down
from Sinai was engraved upon the
tablets. When a letter of three
sides is engraved into a stone, the
result is four sections made by
three cuts.
Compared to this, there is also a
type of lettering which is made
by script on the parchment of the
Sefer Torah. This has only three
sides.
Others claim that the three-
headed letter "shin" represents
the three patriarchs Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob while the four-
sided letter "shin" represents the
four angels who carried the throne
of the Almighty or else the four
matriarchs Sarah, Rebecca, Leah
and Rachel.
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Yivo Forum
Lectures To
Begin Jan. 8
The Yivo open forum series of
annual lectures \ttll begin at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Wednesday. Jan. 8, according to an
announcement made by Israel
Steinbaum. chairman of the Yivo
Committee of Greater Miami.
The seven evening lectures,
which embrace a number of topics
of interest to the general public,
are presented in Yiddish, and will
continue each Wednesday through
February. In addition, three lec-
tures in English will be given at
the Sunday morning gatherings at
the temple.
The specialists invited to par-
ticipate include Isaac Fine, pro-
fessor emeritus of Jewish History,
Baltimore Hebrew College; Haim
t.iade, Jewish poet and novelist;
Dr. Sam Portnoy, Florida Atlantic
University; Dr. Gershon Weiner,
dean emeritus of the Jewish Teach-
ers Seminary; Moslte Shtarkman,
historian and essapist: Israel Stein-
baum. former instructor and peda-
gogue and B. Rudman, instructor.
13 Added-Money Events Set
For Hialeoh Race Meeting
Highlighted by the Widener. Fla-
mingo and Hialeah Turf Cup a
schedule of 13 added-money events
has been announced for the coming
race meeting at Hialeah Park.
In presenting the stakes program
for the winter playground of thor
oughbred champions, track presi-
dent Lynn Stone said that the
schedule was patterned to the
somewhat later dates for the meet-
ing which gets underway March 5
continuing through May 1, with
the final nine days for charity.
There will be no racing on Good
Friday, April 12.
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:
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Centennial
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The friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital will hold a Centennial
Ball at the Eden Roc Hotel Sat-
u:day evening, Jan. 19.
Guests from various commu-
nities in the Southern United Stat-
es are expected to attend the Cen-
tennial Ball, w.'ach will feature
Phil Foster, raconteur, and humor-
ist Eddie Shaffer, master of cere-
monies. Music will be provided by
Sid Engel and his orchestra.
Shaare Zedek Hospital is cele-
brating its 100th anniversary. Its
founding fathe-s brought modern
medicine to a country in desper-
ate need of eliminating dis-
eases which were epidemic in the
Middle East in 1902. Chairmen of
this gala affair are Mark Denburg,
Sidney L. Olson and Dr. Matthew
M. Zuckerman.
Shaare Zedek Hospital is cur-
rently in a daily battle against the
most difficult physical conditions,
since it has now been converted
into a fully equipped and prepared
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Nazis Lost War-But They Won
Post-War, Wiesenthal Believes
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"The Nazis lost the war. but won the post-war."
So says Simon Wiesenthal whose reputation as a re-
lentless Nazi hunter came to international promin-
ence with the capture and subsequent trial in Israel
ol Adolf Eichmann.
We are sitting in Wiesenthal's unpretentious
office in the Documentation Center in Vienna's
Rudolfsplatz. It is a small office furnished with
simple wooden chairs, a divan, an undersized cheap
wooden desk and an old Persian carpet.
One wall is lined from floor to ceiling with
books, testimonies to man's inhumanity to man.
Wiesenthal settles his balk
behind the desk. He talks force-
fully, but unemotionally. Hit
hands serve to punctuate his
speech. In the 27 years in which
be has been engaged in his self
Imposed act of conscience he
has faced hundreds of inter-
viewers, and the years have
taught him a certain detach-
ment.
In this, the year of the 30th
anniversary of the Uprising in
the Warsaw Ghetto, we are talk-
ing retrospectively of what he
has achieved since he himself
was liberated from a concentra.
tion camp in May, 1945.
"It is just the tip of an ice-
berg." says the man who has
brought 1.100 Nazi war criminals
and collaborators to justice. He
estimates that there are still
20.000 of them living in various
parts of the world under as-
sumed names.
It is because these 20.000 are
free that he claims that the Nazis
won the post-war. It was only in
the first three years after the
war that allies occupied them-
selves with the de-Nazification of
Europe, he explains. "Then we
had an off-season till the advent
of Eichmann."
Born.in Lwow, Poland, Wiesen-
thal was a successful architect
before the war. There were 150,-
000 Jews in his city. At the war's
end, there were only 500.
He abandoned his profession.
"I refused to build houses, be-
cause first, we must build moral
justice. We must have moral, not
only financial reparations."
How does a man engaged in
Mich a mind and soul consum-
ing task on a daily basis retain
bis sanity? Wiesenthal smiles
a mirthless smile. "I have seen
all these things with my own
eyes, you know. For me. it is
an extension of my own period
in concentration camp."
He admits that it does have a
profound effect on his private
life. "My wife says she is mar-
ried to the six million Jews who
were killed When I leave the of-
fice, I think about my work at
electricity but you cannot close
your thoughts."
Wiesenthal voluntarily exiled
himself from Poland, which he
says is a cemetery for him. He
apeaks with quiet anger of the
ai>ti-Sem>tic propaganda perpe-
trated by the Polish Government.
In pre-war Poland the anti-
Semitism came from the people.
Now it comes directly from the
Government. Since the Six Day
War the Polish Government has
made an issue of those Jews who
collaborated during World War
II with the Nazis in an effort to
convince the Polish public that
those Jews who perished were
the victims of their own traitors.
Furthermore, they have begun
destroying the archives of the
Jewish Historical Institute in
Warsaw. They have removed doc-
umentation linking Poles in ef-
forts to help the Germans put
Jews into concentration camos.
What enrages Wiesenthal
even .more, is the impudence of
the Polish Government in its
reparations negotiations with
the German Republic. Poland
is claiming reparations for all
of its citizens who were victims
of the War, including these
Jews who died at the hands of
Polish fascists.
A thorough investigator, Wies-
enthal prides himself that not
one of the 1,100 people whom he
has charged before the courts has
brought a counter claim of libel.
In some cases, their families
come to his assistance. One of
Eichmann's sons, for instance,
later sold him information about
other Nazis living in South Amer-
ica under assumed identities.
Wiesenthal's intricate web of
informers spans the whole world.
"Our power is in the addresses of
our helpers all over the world,"
he explains. "Interpol does not
help us, because Interpol does not
concern itself with anything .po-
litical. If I receive information
about someone for example, in
Bolivia, I check my book of ad-
dresses, and in a matter of days,
that person is being investi-
gated."
For every successful investiga-
tion, there are countless frustra-
tions. For example, there is the
to the United States This man
case of a Lithuanian who mi-
grated under an alias from Ger-
many to Australia in 1948, and
between 1958 and 1960 migrated
was responsible for personally
killing 1,300 Jews in a period of
ten days.
Wiesenthal knows who the
man is, but needs proof of the
assumed identity. There is onl>
one person, the widow of a
Lithuanian doctor in Australia,
who can furnish him with this
proof, and she refuses to talk. He
has been working on this partic-
ular case since 1958.
He works in a voluntary
capacity, receiving funds from
survivors of the campsnot so
much the ones who have done
well for themselves, as the lit-
tle people who send a few dol-
lars at a time, but send it reg-
ularly.
Wiesenthal is the first to ad-
mit that what he does is not a
fulfillment of justice. He cites the
case of a man who drove thou-
sands of Jews into the concentra-
tion camps and was given a nine
year sentence.
"All sentences against the
Nazis have only a symbolic char-
acter," he says. "The trials are
more important."
He is anxious that young Jews
growing up today, should know
this chapter in the history of
their people. "Jews know the his-
tories of all nations, but not their
own," he reflects sadly, "and Jew-
ish histories are always repeating
themselves."
He does not believe in impart-
lng the history of the holocaust
to children at an age when they
are still too young to compre-
hend its magnitude. He waited
till his o,wn daughter was 15, "and
then I told her everything."
He is sensitive to eternal
Jewish vigilance. "The murder-
ers of tomorrow are born to-
day," he warns. In this regard,
he is less concerned with-the
rise of neo-Naxism than with
the emergency of the New
Left.
"From the Jewish point or
view," he opines, "the New Left
is more dangerous than the New
Right, because the New Left is
neither new, nor left. This is a
Friday, December 51, 1973
masquerade of political anti-
Semitism with a mixture of ideol-
ogies from all totalitarian re-
gimes."
We return to the subject of the
30th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising. Wiesenthal re.
luctantly permits a bitter edge
to creep into his voice. "If any-
_jjne can honestly say that he re-
members the six million Jews
every day, it is I," he emphasizes.
Tm looking at everything that
happened with the eyes of 1943.
The big Jewish leaders of the
world look with the eyes of 1973.
They remember only on anniver-
saries."
Bikel Stars In Comedy Hit
Neil Simon's comedy hit. "The star Phil Leeds.
Sunshine Boys" will provide a full
measure of laughter for Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse audiences
during its three-week engagement
Tuesday, Dec. 25, through Sunday,
Jan. 13.
The two Sunshine Boys barely
manage to overcome their unfor-
gotten antagonisms to recreate
their classic comedy caper.
Theodore Bikel. one of Amer-
ica's most versatile and beloved
funnymen, will star in this joyous
holiday treat for the entire family.
In "The Sunshine Boys," Bikel
is half of a venerable vaudeville
comedy team (modelled after
Smith and Dale), a veteran long
since retired and living with his
children in the suburbs, where he
can -watch a bush growing." He
has almost made peace with old
age, abscurity and obsolescence,
when an upcoming television spe-
cial chronicling the early years of
American comedy provides the oc-
casion for his reunion with his
former partner, played by popular
"The Sunshine Boys" will be
performed Tuesday through Sat-
urday evenings at 8:30; Sunday
evening at 7:30; and Wednesdav
and Saturday matinees at 2 p.m.
There will be two special added
performances on New Year's Eve.
Monday, Dec. 31 at 7:30 p.m. am!
10:30 p.m., and no show on Tues-
day evening, Jan. 1 or Wednesday
matinee on Jan. 2.
Phone reservations and major
credit caids are accepted at the
box office, and there are special
discounts for students and groups.
Tickets for "The Sunshine Boys'
are also sold at Jordan Marsh.
Sears, Jefferson Stores, and Miami
Beach Radio.
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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836 Seybold Bide Miami, Florida
371 -2090 Ma S00B9, Director
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ntngs

Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association is present-
ing an exhibit of paintings and
batiks by John. Bunker at its
main office, 1701 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach. Part of Washing-
ton Federal's on going art exhi-
bit program, Mr. Bunker's work
will remain on display until Jan.
17.
a &
Richard B. Marin has been
named property manager of Cit-
izens Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Metropolitan Mi-
ami according to an announce-
ment made by David Stuzin,
chairman of the board. His pri-
mary responsibility will be co-
ordinating the construction of
the Association's new 11-story
S6-million Brickell headquarters
building.
ft ft ft
The board of directors of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach
elected Robert W. Bohan as ex-
ecutive vice president. Mr. Bo-
han, who has served as vice presi-
dent of Washington Federal since
1963, joined Washington Federal
Israelite Center Temple
Chanukah Celebration Set
The Israelite Center Temple, 3175
SW 25th St., will have a special
Chanukah service Sunday at 9 a.m.,
followed by Chanukah refresh-
ments served by the Sisterhood.
A Chanukah program of musical
numbers will be presented by Can-
tor Nathan Parness. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender will speak on "The Spirit
of Dedication." There will also be
a display and sale of Israeli prod-
ucts by the Buy Israel Committee.
Morning And Afternoon
Classes Offered At T
The Teen Department of the
YM-YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St., is
offering classes for junior and
senior high school students both
mornings and afternoons in order
to accommodate the split shifts.
Beginning Hebrew, beginning
guitar, tennis, gymnastics and Jew-
ish cooking classes are being of-
fered. For detailed information
call Mrs. Hareen Bertisch in the
teen office ai the 'Y.'
A Happy Chanukah To All
A. S. KOPALD
AND ASSOCIATES
Real Estate Sales
and Investments
1205 LINCOLN ROAD
672-5472
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
LES COIFFURES
763 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
A Happy Chanukah To All
From
HENRY & BEN KRAM OF
PRINT-RITE CO.
3072 N.W. 79th STREET
Phone 691-54SO
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
FOR BEAUTIFUL PAINTING
DONE REASONABLY
Call
GEORGE RUDISH
PHONE: 931-8451
18510 Atlantic Blvd.
Miami Beach
in 1957 as an auditor.
The Miami Beach Music and
Art.- League announces the third
of its cirht program series for
1973-74, a recital by the famed
James Oliver Bushwell Sunday
Jan. 6 at 8:15 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Auditorium with Seth
Carlin at the piano.
ft ft ft
Anthony R. Pierro has been
appointed branch manager of
American Savings' North Shore
Bianch at 71st Street and Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement
made by Morris N. Broad, presi-
dent of the Association. Mr.
Pierro was formerly manager of
the main office of the East New
York Savings Bank.
ft ft ft
The Greater Miami Academy
of Orthodontists will have its
"June in January" meeting Jan.
26 27 at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. Dr. Charles
Burstone, chairman of the De-
partment of Orthodontics at
Indiana University, will be prin-
cipal guest speaker. The East
Coast Dental Society will con-
vene at the same location Jan.
27-30. Principal speaker will be
Dr. Robert Ricketts, one of the
world's foremost orthodontists,
of Pacific Palisades, Calif,
ft ft ft
Irving Jermansky was recently
appointed to the Westchester
General Hospital Community Ad-
visory Board, according to Syl-
via Urlich, the hospital's execu-
tive director.
1C0 Lincoln Road
Club Elect 1974
Officers, Board
The 100 Lincoln Road Men's and
Women's Social Clubs held their
annual election in the social hall
recently.
The Men's Club slate includes
Isadore Saifer, president; Harry
Sevel, first vice president; Joe
Roth, second vice president; Nat
Friedman, treasurer; Phil Cantor,
financial secretary; Moe Reiffen,
recording secretary; Abe Rosner,
corresponding secretary; Sam Burg,
sergeant-at-arms, and H. Aronsberg,
publicity.
Women's Club officers are Mar-
ian Kiviat, president; Ida Cooper,
first vice president; Sylvia Binia-
conski, second vice president; Frie-
da Katz, treasurer; Shirley Arons-
berg, financial secretary; Bea Kud-
witt, recording secretary; Mollie
Kahn, corresponding secretary;
Mary Burns, sergeant-at-arms, and
Fae Bodarky, publicity.
The new boards of directors
include Ben Goldman, Irving Hal-
prm, Ed Schwell, Hyman Salit,
Harry Abrams, Morris Hechler and
Joseph Katz; Fae Saifer, Tillie
Friedman, Yvette Goldman, Doro-
thy Salzman. Lillian Sands, Lillian
Winters and Lillian Rosoff.
Past presidents are Nat Fried-
man, Isadore Saifer, Nat Sachs and
Samuel Pascoe; Fay Hoffman, Di-
ana Schwartz, Francis Ehrlich and
Sadie Reiffen.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 532-3443
Holiday Greetings from Jack and Fred Bill
\62ri STREET CYCLE CENTER
(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
Schwinn & English Bikes, Mechanical Repairs on all Types of Bikes
1064 N.E. 163rd Street Phone 9454541
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
credmt m hi; if OF
GREATER MIAMI
Phone 685-5911
14701 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LUMBER YARDS, INC.
1261 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phono 532-2448
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PARKS BROS. Ml ;. I O., INC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah Phone 691-6812
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ROBERT'S APPLIANCE COMPANY
ROBERT'S TV RENTAL
8985 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 759-5794
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC
Desks Cobm.ts Chairs ttc
53 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah, Fla. Phone 888-2479
"Holiday Greetings'''
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs

Phone: 854-1254
265 Shore Drive, East, Bay Heights, Miami
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm Island of Miami
THE REINHARD FAMUT
100 N.E. 39th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LARRY MARKS A COMPANY
MANUFACTURERERS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOMEN'S, MfSSES' ft JUNIORS' DRESSES. COATS ft SI/IT*
Marks Bldg. 120 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, Fla. Phone 379-2631
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
POWER BRAKE EXCHANGE
Complete Brake Service for Trucks and Cars
2050 N.W. 23rd St., Miami, Florida
Phone 635-1120 or 635-1619
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
RESTAURANT, INC.
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 865-7922
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PORTEL SERVICE CENTER
FOREIGN CAR SPECIALISTS
COMPLETE LINE of NEW, USED & RECAPPED TIRES
8250 N. Miami Ave. 757-3371
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jake's 23rd Street Standard Station
Owner Hy Hamburg
340-23rd STREET-MIAMI BEACH-532-2110
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach 947-2567
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE LIGHTING CENTER
8501 N.W. 7th Avenue 757.9511
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
A HARBOR LOUNGE
133579th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 758-5581
id Zeller, Your Host
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
m
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue

A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5501 N.W. 38tfa AVENUE
H,. 635-3066 pf,. 635-6650

I


r, December 21, 1973
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Page 11-E
[Iraq Murders 23 Jews;
[ighest Total in Any Year
RIS (JTA) At least 23 Jews were" murdered by the Iraqi
in the past year, the highest such total ever, the European of-
the American Jewish Committee charged in a report on Jews
lie Eastern countries.
Rabbi T. Stein
Taking Gifts To
Israeli Soldiers
City Of Hope Channkah Party
ten Jewish m
arrested by Iraqi police and
forces during an eight-
period beginning Septem-
72, never have been seen
Ird from again and must be
lied dead, the AJCommittee
ed.
31 WE Jews, members of
yen Kashkush family, were
he-gunned to death in their
[by a police unit, as part of
I "vengeance" following the
commando raid into Beirut
jril.
another Jew found mur-
"in his house in unexplained
6tances may have been yet
er security forces victim, the
imittee reported,
irsistent refusal of Iraqi au-
ies to provide any informa-
Ibout the fate of the 18 per-
[ arrested plus recent revela-
t>y the highest Iraqi leaders
ison torture and killings in
Country permit no other con-
Mi than that these Jews were
death," according to the re-
which covers developments
kg th* year 1972-73.
largest previous toll of Jew-
leaths In any one year occur-
when nine Jews were publicly
led in Baghdad and Basra on
led treason charges in Janu-
|69, -and two others were exe-
by Iraq in prison the follow-
lugust.
SANWHILE, SYRIAN authori-
continue to "play dumb" re-
The Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica has commissioned Kabtt'Tinor
H. Stern of the Jacob C. Cohen
Communitv Svnagogue. to distrib-
on and three gardtog the fate of Albert Ella, the ute Chanukah gifts To the wounded
' secretary of the Jewish community soldiers in Israel
of Beirut, known to have been kid
napped by Syrian security forces
in September. 1971.
The regular December meeting
o1" the Robyn Tubin Chapter, City
Of Hone, will be held at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday. Dec. 27 at the Wash-
ington Federal. 633 NE 167th St.,
North Mjami .Bea.hM
It will include a Chanukah party
and an afternoon of fun hosted by
Genevleve (Mrs. Allan) Wanner,
president, in honor of her daugh-
ter, Gwynneth Kane's and her hus-
band's birthdays and cohosted by
Mae (Mrs. Marvin) Hurwitz. in
honor of her 52nd wedding anni-
versary.
Refreshments \uill be served and
gifts exchanged. All members and
their friends are invited. Both men
and women are eligible to join the
chapter.
No more than 400 Jews still live
in Iraq according to AJCommittee
estimates. The Jewish community
once 120.000 strong, the largest
in the Middle East is at the
brink of disintegration as Jews de-
part steadily when emigration is
permitted.
While passports and exit visas
are at present being granted to
some Jews, others are still being
refused departure. Jewish commu-
nal life in Iraq is virtually at an
end as has already been the case
in Libya where there are only 30
Jews compared to 42,000 in 1945.
Rabbi ai.d Mrs. Stern will leave
shortly for Israel and through ar-
rangements made by the Chaplain
cy of Israel,, will visit Tel Hash-
omer, Hadassah and Share Zedek
Hospitals as well as field hospitals
in the Golan Heights and the Suez
area.
Gift packages will be distributed
to the soldiers and in addition,
Rabbi Stern is taking some 50 paii
of Tephilin for the men.
Those wishing to contribute
packages or gifts to the fund may
deliver them to KaDDi Stern's of-
fice at 1532 Washington Ave. Each
gift will bear the donor's name.
REFINED LADY
II serve as live in compan-
for lady. Will do light
^usekeeping. Excellent ref-
nces. Write R.L., Box 2973,
imi 33101.
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2163 NW 62nd St.
Miami 33147
HANUKAH
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Holiday Greetings from ...
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Friday, December ,217 } 973
America's Cities: In-Growing of Poverty
After New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Los
Angeles, Boston's Jewish population of about
180,000 is hot a startling'statistic. But what is
happening in its heartland is a microcosm of the
social process in most American cities. The young,
prosperous and mobile Jewish elements are mov-
ing to the suburbs while the aged and poor re-
main to face the hustling Negro militants.
jewl*h Chronicle Feature Syndicate
The once-flourishing neighbor-
hoods of Boston's inner city are
now wastelands. Five years ago
there were about 60.000 Jews liv-
ing in the Mattapan-Dorchcster
areas, but today there are only a
few hundred eldcrlv, poor, perse-
cuted and scared Jews left.
For those Jews not healthy or
prosperous enough to move to
the more affluent Jewish suburbs
of Brookline and Newton, the
community (hey have known all
their lives consists now of row
upon row of desolate homes, many
of them fire-bombed by angry
DRAKE
PROPERTIES,
ore.
885-3831
Hialean
Harry Sehres
and Family
1545 E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah
Holiday Greetings
Ben Graber's
Ladies Wear
1325 N.E. 163St.-945-4171
163rd St. Shopping Center
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
751-2443
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 NW 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MEDLEY, FLORIDA
PHONE: 887-5594
A Happy Chanukah To All .
DANNY DAVID
COHEN
and Associates
Registered Real Estate and
Mortgage Broker
Phone: 531-5851
407 Lincoln Road
_____ Miami Beach
Best Wishes For A
Happy Chanukah
ALL METAL
FABRICATION &
EVENING'S
DELIGHT
4222 SW 75th AVE.
MIAMI
Phone 264-9889 or 264-9852
ALA JACK ZISMAN
gangs of poor Negroes.
STREET AFTER street of Jew-
ish stores are boarded up. Walls,
windows and mail boxes bear
spray painted swastikas. Syna-
gogues are gutted and desolate
and some have been handed over
by the Jewish establishment to
Negro church and community
groups for use as meeting houses
and schools.
In one instance, the Boston
Jewish Council sold the home of
the New England Hebrew Acad-
emy to a woman named Elma
Lewis for one dollar. She turned
the premises into a Negro "lib-
eratlon" school propagating a mil-
Itantly anti-Israel line.
According to Rabbi Marvin An-
telman. head of the Jewish Sur-
vival Legion in Boston. Hiss
Lewis symbolizes the kind of
blackmail and terror tactics be-
ing used by extremist Negroes in
their drive to make Mattapan-
Dorchester "Judenrcin."
HE HAS openly accused her
of inciting arson and other
crimes, as well as of teaming up
with the Black Panthers and other
Negro groups in inflaming anti-
Semitism and intimidating Bos-
ton city officials.
Rabbi Antelman recently won
a libel suit brought against him
by Miss Lewis.
The plight of the Jewish rem-
nant living in fear in older Bos-
ton neighborhoods is a major con-
cern of Rabbi Antelman's group
and the Jewish Defense League.
Both groups maintain patrols
and report acts of murder and
other violence and harassment
against hapless aged Jews.
There are instances of terror-
ized Jews being forced to pay
neighborhood hoodlums before
being allowed to enter and leave
their houses.
The story has been widely told
of Charles Shumrack, a retired
79-year-old fruit dealer, who last
March attended a minyan at a
small synagogue near his home
in Mattapan. After the service,
Shumrack approached Rabbi Sam-
uel Korff and, noting the dwin-
dling Jewish community said: "I
hope the synagogue will be kept
open."
The rabbi assured him that it
would be kept open "as long as
you are alive and come to the
synagogue."
Content, Shumrack smiled, em-
braced the rabbi and walked
away, tears in his eyes. That night
he was found dead in his first
floor apartment, his rent money
gone.
The front and back doors of
his apartment had been forced
open and some of his clothes
were strewn about the backyard.'
Rabbi Antelman and his organ-
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
JONATHAN TURK | Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 864-6515
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
Phone 891-6551
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Income Tax Service
Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Returns
NOTARY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
4250 E. 4th AVE., HIALEAH 822-4231
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CAPT. BILL HAMWAY
New Popeye
Haulover Beach Dock Phones 945-3801 947-3525
Happy Holidays to Our Friends and Clients
THOMPSON, McKINNON, AUCHINCL0SS
and K0HLMEYER, INC.
1026 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMi 3EACH 33139
Telephone 538-6711
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT
and Children Ed, Myles and Barry
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Go Where the Experts are ..
Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
Ziebart Auto-Truck Rustproofing Co.
250 N.E. 61st Street
754-4271
izations say that the immediate
clanger to their Jewish communi-
ties in Boston and other cities is
from militant Negroes.
"But," says the rabbi, who
owns a prosperous Scientific re-
search company, "the ultimate
threat is from the white back-
lash, the white extremists with
political power, who control and
incite the more militant blacks.
They are behind the terror cam-
paigns tnat forced,the Jews out
of Mattapan-Dorchester." i
Sincere HJisnea j<
or
*PP9
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
TOP-ALL ROOFING AND BUILDING
PRODUCTS, INC.
1585 E. 11 Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 888-2689
-----------------------------------------------------------','If t\----------
. A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL V11 V'
A & P BAKERYSUPPLY
& EQUIPMENT COMPANY.
3590 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 635-0845
i
.; t;):!
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
'' .
15 N.E. 11th STREET, MIAMI
058-3444
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL *
MJ.'.- J
i.
STEINFELD CUSTOM TAILORS
ALTERATIONS FOR MEN and WOMEN **
12858'/2 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
(127 Street Shopping Center)
Phone 891-5672
f -, '>
SYLVIA Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
2035 N.W. 1st PLACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 573-5314
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel
. :
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL-----~
ART INSTITUTE OF MIAMI '
ELWIN PORTER, Director
7804 N.E. 2nd Avenue 754-5688
Hours: 9-5 Daily
.*.!>
M!
..
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
LIVE & LET LIVE REXALL DRUG STORE '
3520 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PARKER'S SHELL SERVICE -
A complheun;so,= new, used ? SEE?.
2200 N.W 79* StMi A91.Z4J3_____


t, December 21, 1973
*Jen1st fhrktian
Page 13-E
fereth Israel
iiiig Holiday
pvening at Temple
^lel, as par! of the reg-
^B services at 8:15 p.m
"jell Ask in, Mrs. Irwir
|K Gerald Glick, Mrs.
BMstciri. Mrs I'. n Hal-
K*^fa'rc" Jahrm'arkt, Mrs.
'' Kftecht. Mrs. Hy Aslor.
. Swift and Mrs. William
{members of the Sister-
under the leadership of
Zagon, will present a
fentitled "The Living
P an original skit by Rab-
Klein.
lowing ladies will be ae-
cipanis in the overall
Sabbath Service: Mrs
Belofsky. Mrs. Nathan Kllis
Pearl English, Mrs. Herman
irb, Mrs. Philip Lapidus,
Louis Luck, Mrs. Philip Mos-
Mrs. Joseph Newman. Mrs.
Wine, Mrs. Louis Priman-
s. Janet Robinson, and Mrs.
Wolosin. Mrs. Sigmund
will lead the congregation
Kiddush chant.
Sunday morning religious
111 class will present a 'Chan-
Song Festival'' Sunday at 10
The Sisterhood under the
Ion of Mrs. Harold Zagon
[ibe Men's Club under the di-
lion of Harold Zagon will host
iUtke party. Rabbi Maurice
in and Hyman Sootin will be
[charge of education. The com-
ity U cordially invited.
A Happy Chanukah To All
~LE MOISDE
JEWELERS
| 85fl8 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 221-1424
Holiday Greetings
DON GREENE
PROVISIONS
2900 N.W, 75th Street
MIAMI, FLA. 836-4680
Happy Chanukah To All
N. DAVIS ft
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
10-312 SEYBOLD BUILDING
36 N. E. 1st STREET
Phone 358-2485
Holiday Greetings from
CHINA iNN
RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
Happy Chanukah To All
RICHARD B. BERNDT
INSURANT
7211 S.W. 58TH AVE.
PHONE 661-4213
A Happy Chanukah To All
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22nd Ave.)
Phone 854-9185
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- .,. .
Martin Kleeman Named As
Miami Turfs Sales Director
More than 90 percent of the
Martin Kleeman, a 25-year mar- land will be open space and roc-
keting and public relations vet reational facilities, highlighted
eran. has been named director, of
sales for Miami Turf, a 4,500 unit
community in North Dadc.
The appointment was announced
by Edward H. Gerber, president
of Turf Communities, Inc.
Kleeman, a resident of South
Florida for 25 years, has worked
in marketing, public relations and
management capacities with sev-
eral well known development
firms, including the Gulf Amer-
ican Corp. During his association
with Gulf American, Kleeman was
supervisor of the Florida sales
force.
Miami Turf is being developed
on 300 acres of land at NW 215th
Street (County Line Road) and
US 441, just east of Calder Race
Course.
The community, to include
garden style, midrise, high rise,
and townhouse buildings, is al-
ready under construction with oc-
cupancy planned for July, 1974.
MARTIN KUtlHIAN
by 40 acres of lakea, a golf course,
a $2 million main recreation com-
plex, satellite recreation buildings,
and 17 tennis courts.
Miami Turf's temporary sales
facility is located on County Line
Road.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ROLLS ROYCE SALES A SERVICE
Officially Appointed Retailers ...
ROLLS-ROYCE BENTLEY MOTOR CARS
BMW MOTOR CARS
"FOR INFORMATION CALL"
C. R. Berry Rolls Royce Inc.
2185 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 633-6531
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
FRAMUS FRAMES
MR. STEPHEN SIMON, New Owner
15540 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-5413
"FINEST IN FRAMNGS"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ...
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY. GEORGIA
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SHERMAN BAUMRIND & MILTON EHRENREICH
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
WHITEHOUSE HOTEL
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-252'
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17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
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9449 Collins Avenue, Surf side, Florida 33154
Phone 931-7000
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7101 N.W. 69th Ave.
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Caprice Inc.
Fashions
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5853 SW 73RD ST., SOUTH MIAMI
PHONE: 667-0011
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101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Phone 446-7031
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815 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida 643-2060
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15700 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
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3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
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Friday. December 21, 1973
Watergate 2,500 Years Ago
In Bible Tells of Man's Dreams
Bfc DAVID SCHWARTZ ? .
UUTTHOUT A debut, the Watergate was the
must astonishing and all-pervading stories in
America during the outgoing year. Pos-
sibly, it "ill turn out to be one of the most im-
portant stories in the history books of the nation
There was a famous Watergate story 2,500
years ago. Read about it in the Bible. Take the
Dook of Nehemiah and read. It is not a story
associated with scandal, with burglary or any-
thing like that. On the contrary, it tells of a
time when men dreamed of better things and
hearts were lifted. It marked the revival of the
Jewish poople and Jewish religion.
IT WAS after the Babylonian captivity. The
Persians were the rulers of the Mediterranean
world. Many Jews attained prominent positions
in the Persian government.
Nehemiah held the position of cup-bearer to
the king. We don't know how you get to be cup-
bearer to a king, whether its a civil service job
or not His job was to fetch the king his wine
glass. It probably isn't comparable to that of
Secretary of State, but it brought him into inti-
mate knowledge of the king, and the king ap-
peared to have been concerned about him.
Nehemiah. as we can judge from the Bible
account, was a man of distinction. He didn't need
a job to make him important. Anyway, as we
have said, the king was concerned about him
and one day he asJced him why he looked so sad.
Nehemiah replied that he was concerned
about what was happening to Jerusalem. Since
the Babylonian captivity, Jerusalem had fallen
into ruin. The walls of the city were broken
down and the whole city had fallen apart. He
would like to return to Jerusalem and rebuild
the walls of the city. Nehemiah was granted his
request. He was named governor of Jerusalem
and returned to Jerusalem and set about restor-
ing the walls and the city.
NEHEMIAH WAS joined by Ezra, the scribe,
*ho was concerned with the decline in Jewish
religious values. Many Jews did not know the
Hebrew language. Many had little knowledge of
the Jewish religion, and the Torah of Moses was
unknown to many except by name. Ezra launched
a religious rebuilding to parallel the rebuilding
of the walls.
There was no television then, but heralds
were sent to the Jews throughout the Persian
Empire announcing a great event in Jerusalem
on Rosh Hashona. There would be a reading of
the Five Books of Moves.
It was something unheard of. Everyone was
curious. Where will it be held, people asked.
The heralds told them: at the Watergate.
A great concourse was assembled to find
out what the Five Books of Moses contained.
We read in Nehemiah: "All the people gath-
ered together as one man in the broad place
that was the Watergate, and they spake unto
Ezra the scribe to bring the law of Moses which
the Lord had commanded unto Israel," and
"Ezra read before the Watergate from early
morning, and then Ezra blessed the Lord and
the people bowed and raised their hands and
answered, Amen."
A whole day was spent in reading from the
Five Books of Moses.
SOME SCHOLARS held although this is
not agreed to by others that this was the
occasion when the Five Books of Moses were
first joined in the Chumish or Pentateuch. At
any rate, what took place that Rosh Hashona has
been followed since. Rosh Hashona marks the
beginning of the yearly cycle of Sabbath read-
ings from the Torah in the synagogue.
Today, one does, not have to go to one place
to learn the contents of the Bible. Thanks to
Ezra and Nehemiah and the scene at the water-
gate, there are Bibles everywhere today. An
American Bible Society recently reported that
2C0 million Bibles were distributed this year.
The Bible is still the best-seller. Apparently,
it is still not being distributed widely enough,
or maybe the people who should read it are not
reading it. Maybe if those.involved in the pres-
from the laws of Moses, especially the Ten Com-
mandments, we would have been spared the
ent Watergate incident would have read more
present shame.
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1327 S.W 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
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JONES
GULF SERVICE
13500 West Dixie Highway
North Miami, Florida
Phone 891-2052
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1300 NW 29 Street
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13147 W. DIXIE HVVr.
NO. MIAMI, FLORIDA
891-5590
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13640 N.W. 7th Avenue
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6979 COLLINS AVE
866-2701
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627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
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sr 21, 1973
-Jenlsfi fkradian
rage 15-E
tritish J< ws Kclint Km sky Pole Seeks
ell Regret Over Decision
_ (JT.\) The Board
J| British Jews s;'iit
to Chancellor Brrmo
Iressin1^ dismay over
tmf the Austrian gov-
and annotinini'4 that a
:ion of boa 1 a < n.!> ts will
jjrrow on tin- Au-irian am
or here In \;>iv.s it- pro
jram, signed by Sir Sam-
\k board president, Alder-
I Midi !. Ml', chairman
Affairs Committee,
ham Mark-, hoard secrr-
stated:
ijTE CANNOT hclicve that your
rnment intends to deprive peo
fftt on their way to free
! their basic human require-
The board earnestly re
you and your oven:iiient
nsider the decision and t,
Statements made under the
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threat of bloodshed." A copy of
this I; legram was sent to British
Foreign Si en tarj Sir Aha Doug-
las Home asking him to use his of-
fice tn infiuenc ( the Austrian gov-
ernment to retract its decision to
dose th S< hoenau transit center
for Soviet Jewish migrants.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
of the World Jewish Congress, ca-
bled Kreisky expressing astonish-
ment an I deep regret over the de-
.' to migrants and refugees
"is one of the most elemental1) hu-
manitarian duties."
He declared: "World Jewry earn-
estly hopes that Austria will re-
consider her decision, taken under
duress, and therefore not binding,
and continue to offer Soviet Jew-
ish migrants the humanitarian serv-
ices and facilities offered them
hitherto."
DR. MAURICE Miller, Labor MP
for Kelingrove, Glasgow, and vice
chairman of the Anglo-Austrian
Society, sent a strongly worded
message to the Austrian ambassa-
dor here in which he stated that
"to agree to the conditions laid
down by such despicable creatures
ithe Arab terrorists) is to make a
bargain with the devil himself."
Continuing, Dr. Miller declared:
I associate myself completely with
my .Jewish colleagues in the United
Kingdom and Israel in their pro-
tests against the Austrian govern
ment's aetion, and can only hope
that since the bargain was struck
under the severest duress, your
government would not consider it
dishonorable in the slightest to
make clear to the world that she
has no intention of being held to
these terms."
Aid to Go
To Israel
NEW Y;;iJK (JTA) M,r,
l.u'.i.i Trepper, wife of th former
leader ol the "Red Orchestra,"
Leopold Trepper, arrived here for
a nationwide tour to help gain sup-
port for her husband's efforts to
k ave Poland and go to I rael, it
was announced by Yuri Suhl, a
member of the is. Free Trepper
Committee which is sponsoring
Mrs. Trepper's \
She met with American Jewl h
leaders and heads of Trepper de-
fense committees across the coun-
try.
I.IK.M! TREPPER, the older
son, staged an 11-day hunger strike
in Jerusalem a few months ago.
Early last month, he wrote to UN
Secretary General Kurt Waldheim
offering himself as a hostage in
exchange for his father's release.
The Polish government has
six times refused to permit Leo-
pold Trepper to emigrate to Israel
to be reunited with his family.
He is currently alone and serious-
ly ill in Warsaw according to re-
ports reaching here.
The 68-year-old former master
spy whose exploits during World
War II caused considerable dam-
age to the Nazi Army, has reported
that his home is under constant
surveillance and his phone tapped.
IN ANSWER to protests. Polish
authorities invariably reply, "We
are protecting you from provoca-
tion," he said.
Sponsors of the U.S. Free Trep-
per Committee include Rep. Bella
Abzug, Paddy Chayefsky, Em.l
Fackenheim, Maxwell Geismer, Viv-
ian Gomick, Herbert Gold and
Morris Schappes.
To All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
CONNIES
SEPT8C TANK CO., Inc.
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1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Floriaa
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4100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5366
GARY-LILY OF FLORIDA
2901 N.W. 34th Street 635-5341
LILLY PULITZER M. GREENWALD
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Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 635-5207
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CRANDON DRUGS, INC
500 N.E. 191st Street,
North Miami Beach
PHONE 652-1400
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CHEZ VENDOME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmoro Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
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MEL HABBR and ARCHIE STRUHl
Dade Federal Building
119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
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NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Specitliltt
BOB NELSON
Drugs
Cosmetics
Sundries
Free Delivery
6939 S. W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
FHONE: 592-3495
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JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
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has been famous for its outstanding collection of qem
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2618 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-7321
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MELANDOR NURSERY
15721 N.W. 7th Avenue 947-6971
U.S. 441 South of New Golden Glades Ir.terchanqe
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