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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"(OTewislh Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[volume 47 Number 49
Miami, Florida Friday, Dscember 6, 1974
5 Sections Price S2.00
Chisholm Denies Bias
In Words to Israelis
Youngsters preparing for the celebration of Chanuka, which
begins with the lighting of the first candle Sunday night.
ON THE OTHER HAND .
Katzir A Bomb
Threat Denied
SALEM (JTAi
nt Kphraim Katzlr's of-
i lined here to confirm or
report that the President
|ad idicated to viaitLDg science
i that Israel has a nuclear
lal and would use it under
ertain circumstances.
The President's Office cited
' that Dr. Kat.ir was out
town for its inability to con-
|inri the report
THE PRESIDENT a bio-phy-
Itisl who uas on the staff of
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ir.ee before he was elected to
Goldwater
Demands
UN Action
W VSHINGTON (JTA)
l Clifford P. Case Rep. Barry Coldwater. Jr.
Calif.) have indicated they
seek Congressional iction to
pfset the Arab-Communist ac-
.'rt Israel in the United
fati mi and its auxiliary organs
I he is considering a
it cither for a Senate re o-
i condemning UNESCO or
to cut off UNESC > from
1 -i lance in the foreign aid
ition.
Continued on Page 6-A
office, gave a reception for the
science writers, among them
writers from Western Europe,
the U.S. and Canada.
Continued on Page 15-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Thaddeus Garret, chief assistant
to Rep Shirley Chisholm (D.,
NY.) emphatically denied to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
he had made anti-Israel and anti-
Semitic remarks attributed to
him last month by a group of
visiting Israeli lawyers. He char-
acterized the allegations as
junk." "erroneous" and "com-
pletely wrong."
The 12 lawyers, who were here
as guests of the U.S. Bar Associa-
tion under an exchange program
with the Israel Bar Association,
reporttd on an interview they
had with Garrett in Rep. Chis-
holm's office.
THEY SAID that among other
things, Garrett had "accused Is
rael of inhumane acts toward
Arab refugees" and had com
plained that "only the Arab guer-
rilla activities come up in tho
(American) press and TV" be-
cause the media is "governed by
Jews."
The allegations were contained
in a lettT signed by E. Rubin-
stein, a Tel Aviv lawyer, on be-
half of himself and his colleagues
and lent to Rep. Chisholm.
Garrett told the JTA. "I don't
know where Rubinstein made up
this junk. Do you think I'm so
dumb that I would say things
like that1 People who make
charges that American Jews con-
trol America are the lowest types
of anti Semites "
GARRETT added. "Our posi-
tion is that we are very hopeful
the Middle East talks will resume
Continued on Page 15-A
VALERY and GALINA
'you gave us life'
Panovs Credit Exit
To Public Pressure
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER LISTENS
4Won't Volunteer to Die/
Golda Meir Tells Confab
LONDON (JTA) Former
IVmier Golda Meir. speaking at
B dinner in her honor here Fri-
day, told British Prime Minister
Harold Wilson and the world
that "we shall not volunteer to
die so that the rest of the world
may live."
Joe Gormley, chairman of the
Labor Friends of Israel, which
sponsored the dinner, presided.
Many Cabinet members and oth-
er British leaders, as well as
100 Members of Parliament, at-
tended the event.
MBS. MKIR, who was given
a standing ovation at the start
and close of her address, said
that during the Yom Kippur
War. President Richard Nixon,
"not Known as a member of the
Socialist International, sent us
aims, while countries ruled by
our socialist friends" did not co-
opei ate,
IVc'uing that "Masada will
not happen again," Mrs. Meir
said, "We abhor war but we also
know how to defend ourselves.
We shall not volunteer to be
sacrificed so that the rest of the
world may live in peace."
The Jews are not going to be
a minority in their country', she
stated. "Two million more Jews
in Israel, and the whole situa-
tion will be transformed," Mrs.
Meir said. We shall have peace
Continued on Page 2-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Val-
ery ard Galina Panov credited
their release from the Soviet
Union to emigrate to Israel to
the worldwide public campaign
co'ducted for them.
Panov. who arrived in New
York with his wife last week for
an American tour, told a press
conference that "you gave us life
because you stirred up public
ooinion" and urged continuation
of such efforts.
PANOV nrai=~l en Henrv If.
Jackson, the Washington Dem-
ocrat, tor demanding that Soviet
Continued on Page 2-A
Orthodox Postpone Move
To Quit Synagogue Body
Neighborhoods Must be Saved
7-A
The creation of a United Ortho-
dox Council embracing the major
Orthodox groups in America, was
urged at the 76'th biennial con-
vention of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations i n
America.
The 500 delegates attending
the gathering at Boca Raton last
weekend, also decided earlier to
postpone until March a decision
on whether to withdraw from the
Synagogue Council of America
THE GROUP unanimously
adopted a resolution calling on
Boards of Jewish Education in
the U.S. to make the study of
the holocaust a major part of
their curriculum.
Harold M. Jacobs, who was re-
elected president of the UOJC,
called in his inaugural address
for the creation of a "United
Torah Community."
After a tormy debate Friday,
the delegates agreed to the ap-
Continued on Page 2-A
Bonn Seen
Hot, Cold
On Israel
BONN The West German
Pen Club has followed individ-
ual German authors in sharply
criticizing UNESCO action "mak-
ing further Israeli cooperation in
UNESCO almost impossible."
German PEN president, Her-
mann Kesten. said Israel should
have b?come a member of the
European Regional Section of
UNESCO, a move which had
West German support. Israel, he
said, had close links with Europe.
KESTEN SAID that threatened
sanctions against Israel for doing
archaeological work in Jerusalem
would turn cultural and scientific
wrk into a political affair.
The International Council of
Christians and Jews meeting
meanwhile in Cologne, has cen-
sured the United Nations and
UNESCO for steps "which im-
plicitly call into question the
right to political expression of
the Jewish identity in the State
of Israel "
It accused the international
bodies of doing iaju tice to Is-
ConCrnued on Pagr 10-A
Allon to Arrive in Washington Monday
YIGAL ALLON
Fahmy to follow
JERUSALEM iJTAi For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon is to
fly t" Washington Dec. 9 for
talks With U.S. officials. The an-
nouncement was made officially
simultaneously in Jerusalem and
Washington.
Egyi t's Foreign Minister Is-
mail Fahmy is exacted to fol-
low Allon to the U.S. capital,
and thereafter, |uobably in Jan-
nary. Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger will pay his ninth
visit to this area since the Yom
Kippur War.
THE AGENDA in the upcom-
ing talks will include a second-
stage settlement in Sinai. Israel
still insists that such a settle-
ment In? "political" in nature
a deai it on the road to full
peace
Egypt Is seeking a settlement
of military character, in line
with the disen arement agree-
ment Fan lary.
Opening a Knessel debate to
the consequences of the
UN General Assemblj resolution
Supporting the Palestine I.ibera-
Continued on Page 10 A


"1
Page 2-A
Jen/st> fk>ridfor
Friday, December 6, 1974
'We Won't Volunteer to Die,' Golda Vows
are at all times ready to
con-
Continued from Page 1A
in the not too distant future. I
do not know whether I shall live
e it, but most of you will."
REFERRING TO the anti-Is-
rael and pro-Palestine Libera-
te n Organization resoluti iris ap-
pioved by the 'FN Gene al A-
sembly, Mrs. Meir said, "We a e
disap] with our
: i, Mils from our enemies e
exj eel nothing who abstained
when the vote was aboul ttu
[si ael, for this is
what the Asseml ly resolution
al out."
Prime Minister Wilson disclos-
ed that in the recent hijacking
of a British Airways plane, "the
gunman put a condition to us.
which reached me at the Cabi-
net emergency room that "we
must ex] ei veiling n
over our contrib ition to the es-
tablishmenl of Israel and <
must publicly repudiate the Bal-
four Declaration."
Adding that 20 British livi
were at stake, Wi soi
I did not summon t>.< 'abinet.
1 -aid 'no' at one* "
HE ALSO said that
British Jews exj ei I :d hin to
join In p tests against
the treatment vii 1 Jews.
He said such Jews should realize
that sometimes more co
achieve! by quiet diplo
adding thai "oui part In t;
cue" of the Soviet dancers, V'a -
. and Galina P inov, has Dot
Insignifii
w iison, who ad In -- I the
gathi ring as "fellow fri< n Is of
Isn ila 1 said I al "R<
lion 242" of I r
v. e are concerne I. I
I one addll 1 I
1-. provides foi
- between I ar-
ties."
The r Ime Ministi
Panovs Credit Exit to Pressure
Continued trom Page 1-A
be guaranteed the right to
[rale in exchange for I'.s.
ti ade 11 11 lions.
lie said the Senator was "a
u mdarful combination of a hu-
man being Mid a man of courage
who refused 10 compromise the
h-.man rights and the futures of
men and women like me and my
wife ami m> fellow Jews in toe
Soviet Union."
He described the KGB's har-
assm< in and failings of h
and his wife as a deliberate ef-
fort to destroy the ballet d u
mentally, ph\ iically and as
artists
PANOV SAID he and his wife,
"plan to make our home and our
in Israi and eventual y
recniil dancers from around the
world, as well as teach and train
Israelis, to form a classical bal-
let company there, the firsl
ever in that country."
Their firsl appe irance in I
United States was as h n r
- al a dinner here al w
500 ,u wish lc iders inausui
New Vork' 5! I Fewish
Appeal and 1
Orthodox Council
Delavs Walk-Out
Continued from Page 1-A
pointment of a commission to
report on Mar 1 on whether the
UOJC will n main in the syna-
gogue council.
THE ORTHODOX group sin
pended its participation in the
Synagogue Council, an umbrella
organization encompassing the
lay and rabbinical arms of Re-
form Conservative and Orthodox
Judaism in America, as a con-
sequence of the bitter "Who is a
Jew?" controversy in Israel.
The debate here revolved
-
Credit
Illustrations on Pages 1-C.
3-C and 15-C in this Chamika
Edition of The Jewish Flor-
idian are from "The Spell of
Time." by Meyer Levin, Art-
is th<- author's son. Eli
Levin. Meyer Levin's mysti-
cal love-tale Of Jerusalem
has iu-t been publi.-hcd by
Praeger.
around the question of whethi 1
membership in the council im-
plied UOJC acknowledgement of
the legitimacy of Reform and
Conservative Judaism.
The Orthodox in the IS. and
Israel refuse to recognize the
other two branches.
BIT MORE moderate ele-
ments, whose views were ex-
pressed at the convention by
Rabbi Norman Lamm, professor
of Jewish philosophy at Yethiva
I Diversity and City University.
New York, contended that the
UOJC should remain in the
council because "it is no great
tribute to our institutional ma-
turity that at every sign of crisis
r controvert we threaten to
pick up our marbles and 1
home."
More militant delegates, rep-
ined by Rabbi Yitzhok Ker/-
ner. of Toronto, demanded that
we refuse to belone to an or-
eani/ation which by its very
definition implied recognition of
three co-equal branches in Juda
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.1 11 .11 .,., i month'*'' of
the I MA Federation joint board
and Bronx Borough President
Robert Abrams, a *ie chairman
of the Greater New York Con
ference on Soviet Jewry,
HAUSMAN noted in his wel-
come that the Panovs are two of
the 100.000 Jews who have man
aged to emigrate from the So
viet Union to Israel in the past
three years.
Stanley H Lowell, chairman of
the National Conference on So
viet Jewry, issued a statement
d*e'arins that the Panovs "sym-
bolize the struggle of all So\iel
Jaws who are repressed and held
ca; Jive i 1 a society which is
hostile and even dangerous to
them."
Earlier in Tel Aviv, an enthu-
siastic ai f more
300 cheered lustily tor almost 10
minutes after what was generall)
proclaimed by tho-e present as
an unusual, 1 mg-to '* r<
lance by Valerj and
Galina Panov.
THE CAPACITY audience
th tai tding ovation and
t'-rev 1- ;,- 1 0-. nations onto
the stage of the .Mann Audito-
1 urn.
Israeli critici said afterwards
that their performance was an
exemplar* demon tration not
only of bal'et as an art but
the expression of the human
sniril which over am prol
dtfficu'tii \i\ leaning ever the
Iron Curtain into (he free 1
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DE4 LARIN'fi THAI "wi
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1 ,1
tribute our share to the
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ran make a rtggiffctnnt contribu.
tion."
Gormley told the dinn
thai : eace in the Mi 11
ea 1 (i 1 ome only by .
"but !>rael must be a
safet) and her b
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vJewist Hcridian
Friday, December 6. 1974
A New Chanuka Miracle
We light the first Chanuka candle Sunday night,
launching the eight-day festival in celebration of religious
freedom and the Maccabee miracle. (See Sec. C and D).
But little has changed since Chanuka a year ago.
Needed is another Maccabee miracle to stretch the
world's one-day supply of oil to Chanuka's miracle num-
ber of days.
Needed, too, is another Maccabee miracle in Israel
that will give her, if not the religious freedom she already
enjoys, then the national freedom proudly to declare that
Israel is a state among states, a people among peoples.
The Chcnuka story recounts the victory of Mattathias
and his sons in cleansing the Assyrian idols from the
temple in Jerusalem.
For Israel to proclaim her freedom as a nation, as a
people she needs a new Mattathias to cleanse the Arab
idol from her soul that in the form of Yasir Arafat denies
her integrity and is dedicated to the destruction of her
being.
More time will be needed than the eight candles
marking the first Chanuka miracle to accomplish this. In
the meantime, Jews everywhere will be celebrating the
Festival of the Lights in the hope that in the end it will
be accomplished.
Jewish history and tradition are filled with the miracu-
lous, modern Israel being the most miraculous of all Jew-
ish miracles.
Surely, her security should seem achievable, too.
Emperor Has No Clothes
The great French intellectuals, among them Tean-Paul
Sartre, and the great German intellectuals, among them
Nobel Laureate Heinrich Boell, serve as a heart-warming
example to the world of decent people who have reacted
with outrage to the rape of UNESCO.
UNESCO is the United Nations agency dedicated to
the international celebration of man's efforts in the arena
of educational, scientific and cultural affairs.
Surely, in this arena, Israel ranks high in achievement.
Yet, the UN has stooped so low these days that it has:
Withdrawn all assistance from Israel in the pursuit
of these affairs;
Excluded Israel from UNESCO's regional group in
Europe;
Called for increased assistance to the "liberation"
of Palestine and other "liberation" movements;
Directed the UN to cooperate with all Arab states
and the PLO in "assuring" the right of education and cul-
ture to Arabs living in Israeli-occupied territory.
All of these are political considerations. None is eith:r
educational, or scientific, or cultural.
All of these show the rape of UNESCO as a reflection
cf the larger rape of the United Nations itself by a one-
sided, runaway Arab-Communist-Black Africa dominated
bloc.
Intellectuals of the calibre of Sartre and Boell see the
danger in this end are speaking out. It is about time that
someone says something about the fact that the Emperor
has no clothes.
Vladivostok and Rogers
It may be wishful thinking that the Vladivostok com-
munique, based on a single, one-hour session between
President Ford and Leonid Brezhnev on the subject of the
Middle East, projects the resuscitation of the old Rogers
peace formula calling for only "insubstantial changes" in
Israel's pre-Six-Day War borders.
We would like to think this is true, but eo sweeping
a formulation of U.S.-Soviet detente in the Middle East is
neither characteristic of Moscow, nor is it realistic to as-
sume that both leaders would accept it after so short a
meeting.
Further, the old Rogers formula, named after Secretary
of State William Rogers, did not in fact propose only
"insubstantial changes." The proposal was, on the con-
trary, quite sweeping in its demands for border adjust-
ments.
If it did not quite envision an Israeli withdrawal to
her pre-Six-Day War borders, neither could the adjust-
ments be called "insubstantial."
For example, the proposal was firm on Sharm el-
Sheikh. Gaza and the Golan.
And, above all, the Rogers "insubstantial changes"
opened the door for calls for the internationalization of
Jerusalem, a demand that no world leader seriously con-
sidered prior to the Six-Day War, but that Rogers felt was
feasible as a "sop" to the Arabs.
In fact, the major difficulty with the Rogers formula
was that it was all things to all parties. Certainly, Egypt
Syria and Jordan saw one set of principles in it.
Israel saw another the dangers we have just listed
here.
The Vladivostok communique was typical detente
publicity, and in the sense that it intended to say every-
thing to everybody and therefore nothing, it may be con-
strued to have revived the Rogers plan.
That is as far as the similarity goes.
Burton's Churchill is Bleared
** trayal of Winston Churchill
in "The Gathering Storm" on
television the other night was an
al Milute bust,
To begin with, the production
starts on a pi la! .
1 Saint Saens or] '
which then becomes a m
leitmotif tor Chun hill's (and
ind'8) Forbearance, pathi 1 -
Ing power in the face of defeat,
and ultimate triumph.
WHEN" Bt'KTON as Churchill
. 1 *=-
Mindlin
-... 1
Anally reports to Buckingham
Fa ace and George VI to fi
new government from the
of Cham! ei Iain's cowa .
ian1 surel,
t< (ustifj Chi rchill's

them n I into a
ccess, I n in i
shatter of the hi aw n
orchesl th mdi rs its
of tl e Nan- ee" n li .
!'.i Irani I 1 itention that evil
r -i .1:. 1 01 prevail.
Surel '. the music is
enough tor the occas on
iihetic enough of Churchill's
(and England"*! destiny in the
struggle
B I it Ls French.
IT is French musi,-. and that
is an at solute profanation 'if the
spirit of The Gathering St
an unfortunate title that sounds
like a soap opera even it it js
taken from Churchill's own
name tor Vol. I of ins monu-
mental "History of the Second
World War."
Because it is French, it \jn-
lates the very spirit of the
ChurchillU II tcnacit 1
fice, to wage war, to a
victory.
Tfie French refused to
i.c They turned their
war and submitted to th<
n.an> as conveniently ai
quickly aa they could. F01
ciple, they substituted tru f.
feting '>! shameafter all, they
had to show some atonement for
betraying the Grand Alliance.
BtTf that was their choice.
Between self-sacrifice for jirin-
ciple on the one hand, and hu-
Continurd on Page 12-A

COMMENT

My friend Louis Ginstx rg re-
(i ...l> Eharid with me .1 ettr
he wrote t" Iks son, AH 1 .
an article his more f' n >' -
bad written about the Israeli-
Palestinian problem.
.1 ..... 1 ... in.1.1. uli l>
1 0 tr> rcf ects Lie lyrical q is il
1 f his mind, 1 oui Ginsberg I
thi art! ;le apart pit e b) ,.
and concluded:
"It pain> me that you. .1 .1 v.
bend SO far back while you think
you are standing strai,
"Another thins: I SUggd tint.
instead of panting after strange
gods, you should search more for
the long roots of your own be-
in?roots that reach down to im-
memorial ancient times and are
fed by the rich heritage of the
illustrious history' of the Jews
with Justice for alla history
that harvests a resonant and
luminous glory.
"Allen, your lofty and aloaf
disdain has been bruised by the
facts. Your unrealistic abDve-lho-
clouds viewpoint has been ran-
sacked bv events. With love.
Your father."
DESCRIBING himself as a
'Buddhist Jew" who doen't b?-
lieve in a monotheistic Grd
either Jewish. Moslem or Chris
tianAllen had written "(But)
the problem is. I am told, in
human terms th- bodi'y hearts
and survival and mental calm of
Israelis and Palestinians com-
peting with each other for the
same space.
'Holy Land Indeed! In a sens^
any on? who projects holiness on
to a piece of territory, land.
earth, dirt, outer geography is
deceiving himself. ... So th"
problem is one of reassuring liv-
ing Israelis and Palestinians of
a place in the sun.
"Jewish fright is too great to
resolve with anger, and more vio-
of p
1 t I Lru same
.
lightened
I r 1
tion r .'
fr< m .... .1 .,
\* mm '1 : I. Vi litt
. been
WE I'M"-
lift our voices stridently against
I "N w Left" v r h barely ex-
ists, hut alienate ".ith our anger
thoe Jews here and in I rael
who. unlike Allen Gimber*.
'leak fr m a Draeticin-; Jewish
c'-ince. Their love for Israel re-
flect: ite|f in a cntica' lok at
it' DOlidea and not a syconhantic
lew-fmro in th* ione ^ tni,
sycophancy is the ooposite of
1 rvH-mr-e it is destructive of
rational thought
bv EDWARD COHEN
Srrelj Jacob Ncurn
! Porowi
I ; ::;.- 1
"Breira: \ P f < i
:;
not ied of "N
leanings or Ji wisfc si
N r are Ihe man] otl
and Ji : h eotnmun
v. ho called for "c mti i
logue between Israeli
tinians, rather than sin
treating our forces tor the nexl
round As long as Palestinian
self determination remains unre-
solved and unfulfilled, then can
be no hope of peace for Israel
"The Israeli government's un-
willingness to talk with PLO ter-
rorists is understandable
The dilemma which confront- us
is that both Arab and Israeli gov-
ernmental policies have prevent-
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Friday, December 6, 19?j
Goldwater Wants U.S. Action Against UN
Continued from Page 1-A
IN THREE days a week ago.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
UNESCO approved four resolu-
tions: withdrawing all assistance
from Israel, excluding Israel
from its Europian regional group,
calling for increased assistance
within its projected budget for
the liberation of Palestine and
other liberation movements, and
Maalot Teachers
Judged to be Unfit
JERUSALEM who fled the Maalot school hous? last May 15, leaving their
young charges to the mercies of three terrorists who later mur-
dered 25 of them, have been found "morally unfit to serve as
educators."
That was the verdict issued by a three-man committee set
up by the Ministry of Education to investigate the behavict of
the teachers in the Maalot tragedy.
THEY HAD been cleared earlier of criminal liability by the
attorney general, but the question of their fitness was left open
pending further inquiry.
The committee heard testimony from 42 witnesses during its
sessions.
It concluded that Yona Amrossi, the group leader, had erred
In jumping out of a winou to get his machincgun from a parked
ear without first appointing a deputy to take charge of the
youngsters.
But it found that Amrossi had intended to return to the
schoolroom to fight, not to escape.
NO SUCH extenuating circumstances were found in the CMM
of Zion Cohen, a teacher, and Rabbi Roscf Amar. headmaster of
the Safad School which most of the victims attended.
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asking the Director General to
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votes to admit the Palestine
Liberation Organization to join
its General Assembly debate and
to exclude the Republic of South
Africa, said these action- were
violations of the IN Charter.
He stated thai he would intro-
duce legislation In the new Con-
gross convening in January to
reduce the level of American
funding to the UN. "An organiza-
tion which persists in actions
such as these." he said, 'does
not deserve to be supported by
the hard working American tax-
payers."
DURING a two-day meeting
here last weekend of the Coali-
tion for a Democratic Majority,
Eugene Rostow said that the two
pro-Palestinian resolutions adopt-
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Friday are illegal under the UN
Charter and conflict with the
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Congregations to Stabilize Neighborhoods
A call for congregations lo
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!> i] hoods tnd lo ameliorate
the plight of the Jewish p<> tr in
urban centers throughout Amer-
ica wim taued to the 500 dele
gates attending t!i" 76th biennial
convention of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America in Boca Raton last
week.
Kah'ii Jack Simcha Cohen,
executive director of the Metro-
politan New York Coordinating
Council on Jewish Poverty, stress
cd the urgency for the formation
ol simitar organizations 'in all
urban areas with large concen-
Irations of elderly Jewish poor."
CITING the achievements of
the council in developing local
community councils with aug
mente I series of multi faceted
: urn design* .1 to achieve
boi hood ibill uttion, Rabbi
Cohen said, "Community coun-
..- the id- il instrum
ities for assuring the strengthen-
ent and i ontinui i
of the Jew i-!i commu-
\ n j that Orthodox Jews
i rallj the lasl lo I
a neighh irhood in ti
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the Department of Jewish Phi-
losophy a! Hebrew Theological
College in Chicago", delivered thy
ie address to the lav and
rabbinic leaders gathered to
determine the programs and
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Orthodox Jewish Community.
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h of all segments of
American society lo find answers
to the unique and overwhelming
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Both approaches to the femin-
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woman through Torah law.
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Senate Rejects Inquiry into Brown Affair
. tk,, inuiicti loaders, how
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The Senate Armed Services Com-
mittee voted 11-4 to reject a pro-
posed inquiry into Gen. George
S Brown's fitness to continue in
office as chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff because of slur-
ring remarks be made against
American Jews last month.
Sen. John Stennis (D., Miss),
the Committee chairman, an-
nounced to the press after a pro-
longed closed door meeting, "We
have disposed of the Gen. Brown
matter."
THE SENATE Committee's
House counterpart, chaired by
Rep. Edward Hebert (D., La.) is
now expected to act similarly on
a resolution before it calling for
an inquiry into Brown's fitness.
The resolution for a hearing
on Brown was subtiitted by Sen
Thorn** J. Mclntyre (D., N.H.)
and was backed by three other
Democrats. Henry II Jackson of
Washington, Stuart Symington of
Missouri, and Harold E. Hughes
of Iowa.
The 11 Senators who voted
against an inquiry included
Strom Thurmond (R.. S.C.). John
Tower (R.. Tex). Fetor Domi-
nick (It. Oolo.) and Barry Gold-
water iR.. Ariz), all ardent sup-
porters of the military.
Anchor Senator who voted
against .1 probe. Robert Taft. Jr.
n Ohio), submitted a resolu-
tion of hi-; own to ca'i Defense
Secretary James R. Schlesinger
before the Committee to explain
why Brown should not resign, II
was defeated by 1 \ >to of 10 3.
STENNIS ELUCIDATED :i
's majority viewooinl
in a stati men) to reporters in
; 1 the "se r
1 rrinUtered to
1 1 ., 1
1 1

for 1 omitl ;e I 1
- 1
ike He overspoke
COHEN:
Allen9 s
Father
{ .> tin <"1 from Puce 1-A
iv of an] othi r na
tional in in leader hip '
ui\i :. H of iis be 1
le like Allen Gins-
or others on th "1 if"
shot d nol affect the validity of
its claim to engage our s
attenti n.
And one would be hard put to
icterize the London Jewish
Chronicle as < leftwing publica-
tion, now or old. In an editorial
two weeks ago head< d "1 he stark
rea'ities." that esp c*ed interns-
il journal points out that
"witri verv symp.v'iv for Israel's
terrible dilemma, the fact is that
a new con tellation has arisen In
the t which pu'.s the
PI 1 right in the center of -t '-
litical events.
The ( hance of a deal with King
i..; -ein of Jordan d :es not exist
The future of the We'
Bank will rerforce have to be
explored with the PLO. ."
NOR DOES it help our cause
to be indignant that questions
were raised about Beit Shean, as
they were about My Lai. It is a
Jewish burden as it once was
America's to be differert than
the others; the people, if you
please, chosen to carry God's
message to the world.
It has always been difficu't to
be a Jew. and it becomes even
more difficult when we are asked
by those who should know better
to act like the barbarians outside
our gates. Ultimately, that is the
no-win policy for Jewish survival
in a hostile world.
himself. He got out of bounds.
He is a very fine officer."
Mclntyre. in his own statement
to the press, said he had wanted
the Committee to make a "spe-
cific inquiry" in*o "how deep-
seated are the opinions expressed
by Brown" that American Jews
and Israel exert undue influence
on Congress through control of
banks and newspapers.
He said he also wanted to ex-
amine the extent that Brovn's
remarks "reflect dissatisfaction
within the armed services over
our Mideast policy" and the "pro-
priety of public discussion of
complex foreign policy issues by
our ranking military officials."
McINTYRE THEN remarked
that since his call for Brown's
resignation, "it has b:come evi-
dent to me that some members
of an immediate .y outraged
Americas Jewish community have
developed second thoughts about
the General's removal from of-
fice.
"I find this completely under-
standable. Were the General to
tender his resignation, or be
ordered to do so, some elements
of the American public inevitably
wouid interpret this as further
evidence of the alleged inexor-
able power of the Jewish lobby,"
Mclntyre said.
On Nov. 19 leaders of 14 Jew-
ish organizations met with Secre-
tary of Defense James R. Schles-
inger. The Secretary told the
Jewish leaders that they were
ju.-tified in being outraged over
Brown's remarks.
The Jewish leaders, howc-.er
agreed that their discussion with
Schlesinger was not to be made
public and left Washington with-
out issuing any statement.
AT LEAST one national Jew-
ish organization, however, is
standing by its demand for
Brown's ouster.
In telegrams sent to Mclntyre,
Jackson, Symington and Hughes
commending their vote in favor
of a Brown inquiry. Judge I aul
Ribner national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans, said
the organizaztzion will "continue
to seek Gen Brown's replace-
ment ."
The JWV was the recipient of
Brown's first apology for the re-
marks he made at Duke Univer-
sity Law School Oct. 10 but re
Friday, December 6, 1974
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jected it.
Judge Ribner said the JWV
was "appalled at Gen. Brown's
,;,;i' I public reaction to Uus
US situation," a reference to
the General's remarks in Sacra-
mento, Calif, before the 0on>
Mock Club.
IT WAS Brown's fourth public
statement of "concern" over the
episode He prefaced it by saying,
"I meant no affront." at the Duke
Law School, and "in fact, thoo
present felt none."
Some here feH that remark
indicated that Brown still docs
not understand the full implica-
tion of his allegations or the re-
action to them.
In addition, some obscners
here note that there is no in-
formation as to what Ford actual-
ly to!d Brown on Nov. 14 when
he personally rebuked the Gen-
eral during a face to face meet-
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Industrial Area Planned for Jerusalem
JERUSALEM(JTA)The government has announced plans to
build an industrial zone serving Jerusalem at Maale Haedumim, a
barren stretch of land on the Jericho Road about 10 miles east of
the capital.
The plans also call for the
establishment of a service area
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Both sites are on the West Bank.
INFORMATION Minister Aha-
ron Yariv told newsmen thai the
decision, adopted by a majority
of the cabinet, had been in the
making for some tim and in
sisled that its timing, two days
after the UN General Asso-nblv
adopted it* pro-PI.O resolutions,
was "purely coincidental."
Yariv said tho decision was
bated on recommendation* con-
tained in a report submitted by a
special working committee bead
r Shamgar.
He said it would be incorrect
to as-ume that the proposed
zones would be regarded as an
integral part of the State of Is
rael and stressed that there were
no plans to legally annex the re
ginn "at this stage."
DESPITE Yarivs denial, how
ever, there was a fc-ling am.wr
ten that the den i >n ua
taken hastily a< a political re-
si mse to the PLO'a triumphs at
the IV
Yariv said Maale Haedumim
w.!- e ted purely objecthe
grounds because it was close
Jerusalem for con
c and far '! ugh to
. hazards
I c needed thai b >t:i Ih
M H ledumim ind A
prej rts would call f ir iii < a
" 04 land
I An:;;m would n ml
Terrorists
Trained
In Lebanon
: \\IV ( ITA Til-'
iwo terrori its wfc i murd< red i
Circassian man i
in '' naniya, .i villa i Sal
: i) night, wen I >r their
I ion. Id
authoritii : here
The pair, resid -nt- of the ad
ministered territories, crossed
the border into Lebanon illegally
only three months ago for in
tensive in>tru :tk>n In 'he use of
weapons and explosives, Israeli
sources said
POLICE, who ret instrui I
the crime Ivis.-d on the '
mony of eye-witne^scs, said tl
the victim, 86-year-old Sub'ii
Moussi, was sh>t when he tried
to grab the weapon of on.' of the
terrorists.
His wife was wounded in the
same burst of fire which .il
hit the terrorist's companion
Mrs Moussi Is recovering in
Safad hospital. Israeli author!
ties said she would receive
monthly payments to support
herself and her children in addi
tion to the compensation pro-
vided to victims of terrorist as-
saults
THE MOUSSI family was at-
tacked in the mistaken belief
that they were Jewish and that
Rehaniya was a Jewi.-h village.
Defense Minister Shimon Peres
said that the terrorists did not
know where they were.
"Their orientation in topoera
pfay was very limited," he said.
relations with cither.
THE INFORMATION Minister
also announced that the Housing
Ministry would build about 40
blocks of residential buildings at
Azariye, a suburb on the Jericho
Road, and that the government
would provide loans on easy
terms and other assistance t#
poor Arab families in Jerusalem
who want to move there.
He said that both Jewish and
Arab garage-owners and work-
shop operators in Jerusalem
would be encouraged to move ta
the proposed service area in
Anatot.
some problems because it is a
built-up. inhabited area.
He said that the industrial
zone would require only 5 to
6.000 dunams of land out of some
70.000 dunams sealed off by the
government in 1972 so that there
was a chance that some of the
land would be returned to its
previous owners.
HE NOTED that much of the
land around Maale Haedumim
WM owned by the Jordanian gov-
ernment prior to 1967,
He said a special ministerial
committee would review all land
soque-tration needed for both
projects.
Asked what effect the deci-ion
might have on Israel's relations
with Jordan or with the PLO.
Yariv would my only that at
presert the g'n-rr^ient hi; no

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Police Set to Launch Probe into Financial
Affairs of Israel Corporation
j.
By YITZHAK BHARGIL
and DAVIO LANDAU
TEL AVIV (JTA) At-
torney Genera] Melr Shamgar
has insi icted police to be^in an
oflicial investigation into the fi-
nancial affairs of the Israel
Corp., the Zim Lines, and the
Haifa Refineries, all of which
had large sums >>t money invi sl-
ed in the troubled financial em-
plre of Swiss Jewish banker Ti-
boi Rosen aum.
Ailon Due
In Capital
For High
Level Talks
Continued from Page 1 A
t., n and the Arab
.. .. ''a!.
Is ,i. .
1.
c
I
|
,-ie\vs -- views I I I
'.
upon 1
;
Th< i i In hi
itini
tate, in
vhicl i .!- name,
id ulily
i I have si If-expi i ssii in, Ailon
.
1 N te sly harm-
lance li set-
A n sai l.

she wi n, he
[si lei w not
vakia ol 1938," Ailon
stress
IT WOULD not allow bi
governments to appease Its ene-
mies at its expense." The forces
that had been ranged against is-
rael at the UN could easily be
turned again>t others, Ailon
wai ned.
There were the beginnings ol
signs, he added, that this reali-
zation was penetrating the con-
sciousness "f other countries and
governn i
Likud, leader Menachem Bei-
pin blasted Israel's information
effort. Israel's voice had not
been heard during the past two
weeks, 'he said, while major
newspapers in New York and
Indon devoted whole pages to
the Arab case. Beigin warned
that Jewish settlement would be
the ultimate determinant of the
fate of the West Bank.
IN WASHINGTON, State De-
partment spokesman Paul Hare
said that the visit here by Ailon
was a continuation of U.S. ef-
forts to find a Mideast peace.
While confirming that Kissinger
will resume his j.ersonal Mideast |
diplomacy when he meets with
Ailon next month. Hare said he
did not know of any other meet-
ings scheduled with Arab or Is-
raeli leaders but did not rule out
icquent rounds of talks in
Washington on a Mideast peace.
He declined to comment if
Ailon would be encouraged to
cl talks with the PL
' i irrenrJer more territory as
ly of leaching permanent
l -ice.
The key figure In the Invest!-
hael Tzur, who was
managing director ol the Israel
Corp., and chairman ol the Zim
Lines until ousted last month
when the Rosenbaum scandal
broke.
Tin: POLICE ire also ex-
i ecte I to question Zim's tn
er, the auditors of the Israel
Corp., and board members of
comnanie i headed by Tzur.
The latter was suspen le I by
the Isiael Corp. for allegedly in-
vesting large amo ints of money
car-marked for Israel's capital
i ui in several dummy
ntained by R t-
-, nbo ii in Va Ijz, 1 ichtenstein,
\ haven of inter-
i ; fin i we,
na le Ihe trans-
actions i thi knov le e
. the Isi ael Corp.
i i HI'
. er direel en-
. -
whom Hi"
of the Zi LI
i a 'X]
e ,
t! e
findings of a special Zim inves-
tigating panel.
The panel found him to be
soieiy responsi le lor qi
able foreign > irrency transac-
tions, 'i'. or claimed the (
were baseless.
bat izur admitted p ib Icly B
week ago that the shi iping com-
aintalned a si. let ac-
count with Rosenbaum's Inter-
natii nal Credit Bank n i' leva,
sine closed down, liom which it
paid b in ises ti top Bxec itives In
order to evade income tax.
Tzur blamed Israel's "faulty''
tax laws for making such n achi-
nations necessflrj and claimed
that the tax authoi lti< s had pri-
vate knowledge of the bonuses,
intimating offii ial complicity In
thi evasion.
THE COLLAPSE of R
baum's enl s a in-
,, \-n |'. : i rw erfn! con-
struction con .... So el I
[nvi tlgationi \\ establish-
ed thai So'el i ed a
acti\ : the extent of II.
,". l million invested In his var-
oncerns.
Soli
(Tjvi Heditei. has been held" re-
sponsible, and he was given to
rstand that his resign..) i n
would be accepted.
so FAB, Reel tei has refused
to sul mil it. and demands for
i.is Immediati Ion have
been made*.
... mdal has i rw
meanwhile, Involving I
rot water Co., whose director
general, Zcev Karlv, and two of
his aide- were suspended last
week after thi j were bn
before a Tel Aviv District Court
i n chai "i fraud and falsify-
comi an. 'S I '
sheets.
Mekorol is owned jointly by
the governm*:i1 Hisl id t, the
Ish Agency and .th >r pub-
lic bodii s.
a -aiiisl K
stemmed from the severe losses
s iffeied ii. Its sul sidiarv, the
Co., whi n it un le I ok
oversi as
ago i ned lut to be far
.1 its capabilities.
Tin: COMPANY ai
icit of neai i.. IL 100 mil-
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! [ai \\ an I his a are
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nied I
Friday, December 6, 1974
Bonn Blows
Hot, Cold
On Israel
Continued from r-ane 1-A
rat I by trying to do justice to
the Arab Palestinians," and of
threatenin : the ver> existence of
an independent member state of
the U n:
The Council noted a disturbing
lack of reaction from authorita-
tive hristian voices, and recall-
ed that SO years ago ignorance
and indifference had led to the
1 traction "f one third of the
Jewish people.
FOREIGN MINISTER Hans-
Dietrich Genscher ha-- Bonn's position on the Middle
East
Government spokesman Klaus'
B 'i -.i d that unanimous pub-
lic condemnation throughout the
should strengthen govern-
ments in tins res ilve.
West German) has said the
act of terror by the Pales-
tinians 'he brutality with
which such groups ignore the
fund am tal pi of human*
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Rockefeller Testimony Shocks
;EW YORK -The American
ugh congress last weekend
Iced "shack and dismay" at
jtemtnta on the Middle East by
Co Tresidential designate Kel
t Rockefeller before the H HIM
Idiclary Committee and called
hmi t" "OOrreot" his remark-
future hearings on his can-
rnation
; .1 irtter to Gov Rockefeller,
LM>i Arthur Hertzberg, presi
[ I the C ingress, li elai
,: fallur to ci ndemn
Pali i ation Or-
lion for the murder of In-
| t civil '
f annil
repre nts an astonish-
omission which is irreconcil-
He with your long and distin
I d p irtii ip rtion in interna
onal concerns
RABBI Ilt'.KTZBERC. sail he
as "distreesed and disappoint
H" by Rockefeller's replies to
jucstions by Rep. Joshua EHtarg
ID., Pa.) at a confirmation hear-
dg on Nov. 21.
Rockefeller's "reading of the
of Palestine and Zion-
' Rabbi Hertzberg stated,
freveali > depressing lack of
understanding about the manner
in which the .lews of Palestine
Settled the land and achieve.1
.hood."
In his testimony, Rockefeller
[ ,i to reply to a que
on whether, -i> President, he
lwould recognize the PLO a- the
We Didn't Mean Anything
: .'.v YORK "JTAi Vice president designate Nelson
A. I issued .i statei ent here i iring the Jewish
that I re the Hoi se .1 diciary Com-
mitt n hearing on his nomination as vice
I was in no vvaj intended I the position of
it.. tary ol Stat i I th< United States
ne 1 itii ani itioi r to urge the
Si te if Israi l ite with '; PU i an or anization I
has calli th elimination of the Jewish State."
.,.... ent followi s bj the Conl
enct Piesident anizations, the
American Jewish Con ''';"> Hebn
( ., t I .....Nov. 21 to i"
House .' liciarj Committee on thi the PLO and Israel.
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RABBI HERTZBERG said the
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not < mgh to require a clear-cut
condemnation of the PLO's ob-
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ench chosi
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in B e I
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call l!1:- .
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urchlilian h i1
an unfa>
WD THAT, l think, is
key to 'The Gathering Stoi
i;~ superficiality.
\. the scrip! portrays him.
and as Burton acts him, nothing
the unique Churchill emerges
except, depending upon one's
point of view, perhaps a cuddly
or perhaps an absurd eccentric.
All of Europe's powerful lead-
en German. Austrian, Rus-
n. Czech. French were anx-
ious to meet him for an ex-
change Of views, pro!'! to know
him and for others to know they
knew him. ho|>eful or fearful of
what he might say in Parliament
to disturb his country's trou-
; sleep, which for all the
Id, looked like the somnam-
tic French.
BIT ONE would never under-
stand why. from "The G
li rm," this was true, or
even know thai H was i
rh ...
ii
erfall on h
.
hi
to his w te, i
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ly i ad t
, .-. thing in the pro-
m tl al
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ired in his photographic
cliche of Churchill sans ci|
lea lers mighl as v
18 to El
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Easl ; failure is now beyond
doubt.
Soviet efforts t'i undermine
Secretarj of State Henry A. Ki-
- step-by-step peace strat-
egy in this n gion are clearly
visible, The Russians aren't
blocking Kissinger in the politi-
cal arena or on the diplomatic
level.
THEY IRE openly sabotai
his every move toward peace by
Increased incitement towai Mos-
cov I instrument in this is
the Syrian regime Of IV
Hafi i ^sscd
Russians -ire pouring hu [e
quantities of war materiel into
Syria, fully support Assad's de-
mands for total Israeli withdraw-
al from ih Golan Heights, and
the Syrian leader's all out sup-
port of Yasir Arafat's Palestine
Liberation Organization.
If tl any doubt of the
iet strategy, one has only to
te that neither the Russians
nor the Syrians made any at-
tempt to conceal the fact that on
Nov 1") alone there were 20-25
- viel and Ei I tii European
imunist bloc merchant ships
discharging weapons and anunu
nition at the Syrian port of I.ata
THE RUSSIAN8 arc also ship
' ng increasi l quantities of war
supplies to Egypt, not waiting
for the January visit of Soviet
Communist Par y Secretary Leo-
nid I. Brezhnev to Cairo to be-
gin rehabilitating the Egyptian
war machine, especially the a r
force, which was severely bat-
tered in the Yora Kippur War.
Kremlinologists may ponder
the Russians' motive-, it seems
clear, however, '.hat Moscow is
attem] I ing to turn the 1 ibles on
Kissing* i v ;i i, only la t spring,
was sin banishing
Soviet influence from the Middle
Easl
'I ii 'i influenc? h i been all-
i Six Day War
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is with Isra '1
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BIT tfOSCOW-Cairo relations
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Yom Kippur War President An-
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the Kremlin of reneging on
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Kippur War. the U S. step-
ped into the breach.
The Geneva peace conference
at which the U S. and USSR
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served as cochairmen, was to be
the setting for a Middle Easl
peace pact Bui Kissinger prefer-
red tn go it alone He upstage I
the Russians with his whirlwind
personal diplomacy in the r
ii. i u '.hu: the seemingly impos-
disengagement agree-
ments between Israel and Egypt
and Syria, both involving small
but highb symbolic Israeli ter-
i trial withdra i
KISSINGER may have been
i < ,'r\ ] The Russians are n i'
retaliating by the methods they
know h' si Inert used tension, en-
.."in nt of Arab intransi-
gence and inclement tj a ne'.v
war
The I'nited States is in an ex-
ly vulnerable position b
cause i new war, almost inev-
itably will bring a renewal of
the Arab oil einb ir
Pi -ulent Ford and Brezhne-.
discussed the Mi.idle East when
the) mei in Vladivostok, if any
has been accomplished, i'
wi on Russian terms.
Soviet prestige is rising again
in the Middle Fas? as ;i result of
Moscow's backing of the PLO
Brezhnev's Cairo trip may com
pletely heal the breach with the
Egyptians The U.S. continues to
back Israel diplomatically an'
irily, but there is growing
uneasiness in Washington i
\i i ican involvement in a new |
round of Arab-Israeli fighting
Till: ARAB oil weapon could
severely damage the U.S. and
w. ei n Fur idy under
e on, mic stress, partly as a re-
sult of the previous oil embargo
Whatever becomes of detente
in th" rest of the world, it h.is
alread) lust all meaning in the
Middle East
Friday, December 6, 1974
cades it was. he said, that Kng-
land would fteht the "Nan-zee
beast" to the end. How stirring!
Burton blears it all.
sTII.I.. there Ls worth for me
in The Gathering Storm."
Mainly, it demonstrates, because
history is repetitive, that poli-
tical compromise with tyranny
is the n osi self destructive torm
, national behavior.
i. omise
b ii the
s : en ii i in the
read
a the
tine 1
tii
'
n" ith
!, tC '-' '
i on HITl R'H ex ie that
his ii '''>'"
; nala
(who may ha e spoken in
but \\ b< > happened to be Aua-
trians, Czechs, Sudetens, citi-
zens of Free Danzig), rea I x*aalr
Arafat's claim thai he speaks
for all Palestinians without once
defining what either "all" or
"Palestinian" means.
For the Sovlet-Natl treaty,
which will always remain the
sup authentic portrail of
Soi iel ruthlessness and criminal-
ity, read the crazed American
capitallsl drive fur detente in
which there is apparent indus-
trial nrofit.
And there you have it all
'The Gathi ring Sturm" in the
Middle Easl on Europe's U18
te ms.
ALL that is needed hi com-
plete the pit t ,ii is an absurd
fkmi ish about French principles
in 1974 but about which the
less said the better.
Saint Sa< ns, thunder on, for
there i- no new Churchill yet to
sen or heard, although we
need "lie. even il a Bur-
tonese one.
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Louis W it kin
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e Can't Expect Israel to Wait ...And Wait
,. JOSEPH AL80P
tngeleli Tinvs Syndicate
5HINGTON In \
{ prei U nt F i I's i
tecreta x- -
[ .: : need a new
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n
... ver,
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terests to
, limit <>ii the ,
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I
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el
| just as i
n In the
1 tiatioi
.
Chishohn
Denies
Any Bias
ontlnned from Pafe l \
I t the U.S. efl :<
te Kissin
achii .i <'; i
on will ho
it quest 'i 'he id led,
i should be a --
i Si ite with the prote I >n
inten U] rl of
;, r b mnd iries are agreed
y \t\ th i parti >s involve I in
i settlement talks"
;, :t noted that a repres
.' im onn Bar As
m, Peter Wright, ami the
of the International
;, Exchange Program. Cath
r.e Ebert, "were present at
tin1:" with the Israe'i at-
pys "and can fully vouch for
| ik place.'
Tin: JT.\ had tri'-d twice to
ich Garret! by phone in Re i
- >:;.- office before oubli h
the iry Nov 7 eonl linui I
i. hv the i-.i'l
rs to obt tin M vorska
ble to reach him
,, tio'e r rted R P
j n poiiti n paper
he Mid :' r :,-!
-. i in 1972 "Then -
Dem icrr-tic Presidential i i
i- | h r -t iivRt that
iii hi "
kude" towards the crisis,
! r n.>-vr and h t rtat I 19 '.'
le tntained in her repl> to
. v Mar" II
I to whom Hi Israeli '<'
had written about the viail
it office.
her communication to '
>. (lii-ho'm did not mention
rs but oh
k' he had hcen "sDocifical'v"
ntcd by the American Bar
lociation to apeak with the
tors.
ALSO!'
,-.. p
Get
Is thi most
caret inal
An -
ii to make, howi
etween thi
, | | lct<
i
le le i ] really a
i
IF DETENTE
thing it all
. i enera
ward a more peaceful world alt-
i km
So aaa was
matte : unless the
n (has pei ha is
nformed
les.
the ;
when
igns oy real
.,
the I'.S rovernn nl
nov : set I word to
nothii was
ita i thi Mid lie Easl at
: Ford-Bi ezh ne\ n
IN PRESENT
this la i ii like I ng
tantive wa
tin bettl w a w len the
m ir witl In -ix to
are a hing up
ine in favor.
I: the n war i ui lie
i ; ,-er, Vladi' ostok

se ii' odd
ishin iat t
,,,,. beca Further
expected Soviet intervention in
the Middle East.
To 11' i'i recent
American : licymaking in I
Middle East, 1 anti
thai tha I
have final 1) cl I of
5. i
...-..
vict a' -
PRESIDENT 'AV.m:
I ,. ..... -; ,. ite
A.

i
has a i te cent
.tary I iger's d< ilin s with
the I
'!'! a centra assumption of
olicj now looks more nd
e shaky, howi vr.
In .' 'i Gem

i state visit t"
Iat.
you can find no
i i.-< In U.S.
who does not bel a
ii \:.. i u ill i rial for
:.n en new flow oi So\ iet
I on
the immense Cow of Soviet arms
to Syria.
VOU CAN of co use find w
ful Ameri an policymakers who
cheei.;.. a that Pr< -. lent Sadat
lines not want :i renewed flow of
So vie t ar to
wa but ely i rder to gain
"levi '
it is wish! .it" basis
.: is Ik ly t i
i
ie Is-
raeli cam n to
assumption of
era
.
relativi I tiieir
. ni ...'-.
In such Is-
ra to "pre-
- tn first!
TO BE
iave
t ioi

retary itly let the
p..... i- thai
of

But that is ibly the 1 esl
nstead ind of
thii '
lAtomic Riddle
Continned from Pagi UA
tccordlng to one i i he
U aaked under v
f Israel would ai Ij
e'en- potential, to which
sklent rep'li d with nlle.
'"Do you expect me to na
: ite here and now?"
Ift'hen a nut hi'i- w '
Jet her Israel's n.a'ea: DOten-
did not cans.' concern. Pros-
it Katzir allegedly replied.
Jiy should it be of concern to
Let the world worry."
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Jjewisli Floridian
ii, Florida Friday, Dscember 6, 1974
Section B
David Schoenbrun To Speak At
Youth Aliyah Luncheon Monday
The Miami Chapter of Hada.
>..h will culminate its efforts to
Bid in Supporting over 14.000
orphaned, underprivileged and
refugee children living in Israel
Monday at it-; annual Youth All-
\.ih Luncheon at the Dora! on
the-Ocean Hotel.
David Schoenbrun, the multi-
media per onality, and Lucy an I
: Szeki ly, his daughter and
son-in-law, will be the guest
Well-known violinist
Maurice Spitalyn and his wife,
n Spitalyn, will i
Some l.OOO Radassah mem
in guests are expected t'i
attend
Youth Aliyah an Israeli based
-i ue and rehabilitation pro-
gram i- celebrating i's 40th an
niversan During it> 40 year ex-
Vouih Uiyah has literal
Ij saved and nurtured the lives
.if more than 150.000 children
<:" different countries One
cut o! every 20 Israeli, |g |
Youth Aliyah graduate.
David Schoenbrun has been re
ting, broadcasting and writing
.<' '>nt national and world affairs
for more than three decades He
DAVIC SCHOINBKUN
has reported on Israel in world
affairs for the past twenty years.
Mis daughter and son-in law. re-
port, t.s and commentators them-
si lves. together authored the
beat selling hook, -The New- Is-
raeli., "
Lucy was horn in Pari- in 1947.
took her baccalaureate degree
there, then went on to America.
to Swarthsnore and NYU for her
university degree in languages
and history, She has worked as
broadcaster for United Nations
Radio, researcher and associate
icer for ABC-TV News and
French National Television and
has contributed to Newsday,
Present Tense, Ms, and Express
i I was born in Budapest,
in 1945, fled from Hungary to
America, where he earned his
baccalaureate and master's dc-
gret I at New York Univ. and
Columbia University, He has
worked as assistant to the Sec-
retary General of the East W -t
Trade Conference and analyst for
Euro Finance, the leading re-
search organization of Europe.
He has done special studies on
the plight of Jews in ea>tern
Europe and Russia and the prob
lems of Soviet immigration to
Israel.
President of the Miami Chap-
ter ot Hadassah is Mrs. Bernard
Mandler. Coordinators of the da)
are Mrs. Jules (; Minkc an I
Mrs K.hvin Steinberj
More than 300 families of the Kneseth Israel Congregation
responded recently to an appeal on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1975 Combined Jewish Appec!-
Israel Emergency Fund. Rabbi Dr. David Lehrfield address-
ed the group on the importance of Jews everywhere ex-
pressing task solidarity with t.ie people of Israel. Amoirj
these gathered at the presentation to the Federation were
(left to riqht) Oscar Schapiro, chairman of he hoard c:
directors of Kneseth Israsl Congregation; Sendei M. Kapiu:
a representative of the Federation; Joseph Hoffenberg, pres-
ident of Kneseth Israsl Congregation, and Rabbi Dr. Davi
Lehj field.

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S. Florida BB Delegates Baek
From Israel Triennial Confab
Helping orient Bay Harbor Islands residents to the com
munny service work supported by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation is Federation Women's Division Campaign
vice president Mrs. Sol Goldstein (second from left). Mrs
Goldstein addressed a "Bay Harbor Mini Mission" earlier
this month to explain the importance of increased partici-
pation in Jewish community service. Among the participants
in the event were ilefl to right): Bess Miller, lac Sabath,
Goldstein and Tonya Slewed.
' ii wins m hen I le 11.....i of
i i lream of oil.
t Prei
ol Israel Gol told us."
- lid S im el Pas s -i mem! r
le Board < t 11 ei rs ol
t 5 and Adult Bdu
mmissicner, on I
' n from the 10 day B'nai
rlth triennial convention in
isalem.
\mh\ss until to !
Kenneth Keating gave
ol contin te I i's
|Kirl ol Israel, I ascoe di cl i
Convention proceedings also
ii eluded talks bj Israel Pre !
di i't Cphraim atodr, Pi ime
Ministei Yitzhak Rabin, Fa
Minister Yigal Alton, and De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres
The 10-day convention at'
tracted some 1,000 delegates
from the United state- and Can-
a la.
DELEGATB8 FROM District
.r. in adiiitinn to Pascoe, includ-
ed Burnett Roth, Life Commis-
loflar, Anti-Defamation League;
Judge Milton Friedman, mem-
ber, Hoard of Governors, Na-
il B'nai B'rith; Alfred G
en, Anti Defan itii >n I
Cummissi
Fromherg, second
\ ice presi lent, I Ustrlcl 5, B'nai
B'rith; Barry Gurland, presi-
dent, Great Miami Hoard of
tors B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization; Dr. Mike Teitel-
baum, Hallandale, District 5
Southern Area Membership Co-
ordinator.
Lou Ossinsky, Jr., Ormond
Beach, Past District 5 president;
Jay Markowitz, Tampa, past
I tident, I ilstricl 3.
REQUESTS FOB blood were
made ot convention delegates,
who gave over H>i> pints for Is-
rael, said Maloim Fromberg,
ime of the donors.
"I am especially happy at hav-
iii!; given blood since 31 pints
were lushed to Bell Shean.
where Palestinian Liberation
Organization terrorists murder-
ed fo ir Israeli civilians in an
apartment house. My blood help-
ed the wounded."
Important recommendations
at the convention were submit-
ted for action by the B'nai B'rith
Committee n PI inning, an I
ly H. Shusterman,
chairman.
\. iong changes approved by
de ". ite vi ite w ei e:
Starting in 1976, conven-
tions \> i:! i e biennial Instead of
ti iem
The int< rnational com en-
tion ill include as delegates a
-dilative of each lod
Officers of B'nai B'rith will
|i ds oi two > i
The Boai I of Governors, Na-
tional B'nai B'rith, will be en-
larged.
ix a si lal ce emony at the
Jaffa Gate, in old Jerusalem, a
seven and a half acre park, t<> be
known as B'nai B'rith Jerusalem
Garden, was dedicated. The mil-
liondollar project is part of a
long-term program to restore
and l>eautify the city. .
David M. Rlumberg, of Kno\-
ville, Tenn.. was elected tor a
second term as president of In-
ternational B'nai B'rith. Moe
Kudler, of Los Angeles, was also
elected for a second term, as
treasurer.
American Mizrachi Women Plan
Dec. 18 I)oor-To-I)oor Campaign
Dec. 18 is the day the City of Miami Beach has exclusively
relegated to American Mizrachi Women for its annual door-to-
door solicitation campaign.
American Mizrachi Women who have been the faithful mothers
of thousand < of Israel's children, the educators for almost half
a century, of Israel's youth, will be on the march.
The colorful, meaningful sticker reads "I have helped a child
in Israel through American Mizrachi Women," and the money
obtained through this campaign will specifically go towards feed-
ing the children in a full time nursery, providing school supplies
for kindergarteners, clothing underprivileged school children,
providing counselling and guidance sessions for children in the
post-war period.
This is a national campaign throughout the United States at
this time of year. Other places will be on the march within a day
or two of the local drive.
Latke Luncheon
Set By Chapter
The Miami Coral Gables Chap-
ter of the Women's Division.
American Society for Technion.
will hold its annual Chanukah
latke luncheon meeting at 10:00
a.m. Friday, Dec. 12. in the First
Federal at 2750 Coral Way, Mi-
ami.
Linda Cooper will perform Is-
raeli dances; Rae Berman will
read "The Town of Little People"
from Sholom Aleichem and a
slide presentation of the life and
sayings of Sholom Aleichem will
be narrated by Ellen Baum.
Mcilie Brilliant and Bea
Lieberman are chairmen. Ellen
Baum is president. Donation will
benefit the Etta and Joe Carp
Student Rehabilitation Fund.
Residents of Bay Harbor Islands took a first-hand look at
seme Jewish community servic? agencies on Bay Harbor's
November "Mini-Mission," led by Mrs. Sol Zallea (left) and
Mrs. Burt Haft (second from right). Amonq the dozens of
participants who learned about the importance of their
participation in community servic? duiing the coming year
were Eleanor Slewett (second from left) and Esther Small
(right). "Mini-Missions'' are educational even'.s sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division.
Pallot Lo At Dec. 12 Eden Roc Luncheon
E. Albert Pallot. local banking
executive and civic leader, will be
the guest speaker at the lunch-
eon of the Century and Presi-
dents Clubs of Freedom Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. Thursday. Dec. 12.
at 12:30 p.m. in t!ie Cotillion
Room of the Fden Roc Hotel.
President Herman J. Nudel-
man has announced that Pallot.
who has served B'nai B'rith for
some 35 years, will speak on the
topic: "\ Century' of Community
Service in the I'nited States."
Freedom Lodge, with 600 mem
hers, is the largest in the state
of Florida.
Pallot is former international
vice president. District Grand
Lodge No. 5 president, and head
of the Greater Miami Council of
I-odges. He currently serves at
Cie national level as chairman
Vrl >rans Affur, and Communi!
Sen > -
The lunche in program will
also feature h im Mist Tom Cohen
reading from the classical tales
ol Sholom Aleichem. Cochairni' I
of tie program and arrangements
are Edward Serdcn and Han
Miller.
Night At JoiAlai Set
North Hade Chapter, B'nai
li'rith Women, will sponsor a
"Night at Jai Alai" Monday, Dec.
-<. beginning at 6 p.m. in the
Miami Fronton. Tickets Include
dinner and entrance, with re-
served seat! Proceeds will aid
One "f the group's many chari-
ties.


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Religious Services
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREOA.
1 ON, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
-------*
ANSHC EMKS. 253. SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitr.
2
CONGREGATION AIM-NELL (Branch
gf Hebrew Acadimy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Pr'l.odox 25-A
JACOB C. COHcr* COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor M. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel 23
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
BETH AM (limp'd. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S M;.n Reform. Rabbi Hrr.
bert M. Bau- gard. Associate Ral>bi IWENORAH (Tenioie:.
1CJ 76th St.
Barry Altman. *
% : p.m. Famlls Si r-
r .?-
. \ c I
i.\ Ri Hi nun S 'hool
. IlOll cif
.
- <. ------
BE"M DAVU. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Com trvative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor Will am L Dson 4-A
BETH DAV D COUTH. 7500 SW.
TCth St. Cent I Ral-hi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lmson 4-B
BETH KODESH. 11C1 SW 12th Ave.
Modern 1 radi .ioral. Rabb; Max tna-
Dlro. Can'oi Leon Seqal Rv. A'ex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Qutttrman. t
I "The P
i
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
nwrtz. Cantor N.co Feldman. 28
NER TAM'O rrn-pl-) 79th St. ar.J
Cirlyle Ave. Conservative. Raboi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edwaiu
Ki-in. r9
OHEV SHALOM. 705.i Eonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phir-.as A. Weberman
so
BETH TOV (Temple). S"8 SW F'h
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen. 8
I .! Ill 'I .
1 Rllbi wife
i Rabbi Charles Rubi Bhab-
B'NAI ISRAEL ANC GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. ?6O0
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ra'ph Glixman. 8-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
O-" KENDALE LAKES S W. 107
Ave. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9

ISRAEL .Temple' OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE Itth St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R N<-ot. '0
- *' W : '' -
.IT- '
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CE\'Tr!R. 6^5
Collins Ave. Raooi Sadi Nahmias. 3"

'ONCRE-ATiON ETZ CHAIYI. 'M?-
44 Washii pton Ave. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Nirth B-'v Villaoe. Consei vat.vo.
Cantor Murrav Vavneh 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONC-REGA-UN. n t 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Ralioi Mcr.
decai Chai-^ovits 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Grdens Dr Conse-vallv*
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Inn
Alpern 3J
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19,'St
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N Miami E..r>
Blvd. Co-iservative. Rabbi Ma lid-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mcr.de'sc.
4
B-NAI RATHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabb' Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI iT-mplel OF NORTH DADE
1880' NE 2."nd Ave. R-fcm. Rsbol
Ra'ph P. Kingsley. <"ntor Irving
Shakes. W
ISRAELI it CENTER. S17B 8W 25th
St Cf"!'va' / Rahh- Salomon
Waldenberg Cmtor Nathan Parnass SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
I i
I'- ; in

OR olom I'lomoioi bw sw io:h
St. Conservative Rabb1 Div.d M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Ritn. 13
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TEMPLE ISKAEL-SOLTH (Formerly
Beth Tikvai 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Josph R Norot 1S.A
1 p m ;u. -i sneaker,
lor of
Jewish I 'ommll tee. will
i urn I hi (i pn Mora Than Ever:
l!u'- U i
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TIFERETH ISRAEL iTemplel. 6500
N Miami Ave Conservative. Canter
Seymour Hinkea. 14
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Cos.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Canter Errol Hellman il
p rt i":imilv servlren;
.- rmonette l>v H<-rzl Hi.nor. educa-
..i director, and bleaaina of l>i'-
" ml't-r hirthdav chiMren Saturday,
Sermon: "8*Tr1iJi of 'he
Wii'.. B*nal Milzvah Sle\*#'n. s>>n of
Mr d Mrs In n mi-l-kln. and
- ->-,..i* s,, ,,f \|r an,i _\|r.,
1 d Btetner.
mtum
TIFERETH JACOB iTemplj). 951 B
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek -5
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorflnkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamin. 15
i i". j. m Commuri iv San!
' i. .,.,. \:.. Ran-
fi.rd ': Soviet Jewi
,.'. .... -.i
., ,i
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 78C1 Car'yle Ave
Orthodo. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. *7

BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tee Dr. O--
thodox. 9
-------
BETH ISRAEL 771 41t St. Orthodox
Rahbi Mnrdecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 30- Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvahu T. Sw-r.
k/, Cantor Maurice Mam^hes. H
a -------
BE"H RAPHAEL (T'mple). 1545 je'-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rnhci
Elliot Wmograd. Cantor Saul Breen
M
i .ii Kabalal SI abl ith .' n m .
< l SI ahhath B
. paal i.r< idenl of Florida
i. rlth. ill dlwui-H "Israel T ..-
das "
19th Ave.
Bidr.ick
titnooox. Rab'
Cov
38
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATtR MI-
AMI o..c NE 171st St. Oito-idox
Rahbi Zev L-'i 3
.ORAl GABUS
jUDEA (Temple) 5550 Grinada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eise"-
s'at. Cantor Rita S-or9. 40
Friday. Faintly service on
"Bonds "i Love." Satarda) '" i_m .
iatl Ner> Bai ^i lt*val v-"- -
neth. son "f Dr. and Mrs. Marshall
Parkas; n 30 ;i in sen Ice and Bai
Mltivah of llandali. sun of Mr MM
Mrs Hi IF -In i
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabh; Maurice Kit n
'.1
Friday R:15 p.m., Deiukmi: "I'hanukah
Traffii- Liahta." Satorday. 8:46 a.m..
review of weekly Hii>U- leaaon
nmm
MOOAN DAVID CONOREOATION
9348 Harding Ave. Ortcoo. Rabo>
Isaac D Vine b0
FOffT lAUDtROAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 *V.
Oakland F'ark Blvd. Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz Cantor Mtrire N-
Friday, ^ ii m Hat Mltavah of Heth.
'laurhter "f Mr and Mr.- Ira Fader:
SaturdHV. > *' ,i m Itar Mltzvah "f
.il if Mr. and Mrs QaoTM
Bella
EMANU-EL 3243 .V Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Ab'ams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
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CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION rteform 35' 1 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44

TAMARAC JEWISH CENTe*. 8753
NW. 57th St iConservative) Pat.
bi Milton J. G-oss. 44-A
POMPAhO Bi/JTH
MARGATE iEWISH CliNTER 610>
NW 9tn St. 44-B
m
6HOI.OM (Temple). ->32 Sli 11th Ave.
Conservative Rabb. Monis A. Skoo.
Cantor Vaacov Menzer 49
HALlAHDAlt
HAI I ANnA>. E JfWI,u r=ij-i-i-
(Conservative). 41* NE 8th Ave.
haooi narry E. acbwartx. Cam
Jarot) Danziger. 1
i '. n .. In |. i ],,
Saturday, :4". .

Murwooo
BETH EL (Te'nple). 1551 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvev M Ros'-*"-' 45
Frldai i *. p.m., Sermon: 'Confront-
ing ...il.si:..i, Flexi-
bility ami Survival?" i*v Itaiiiii Harvev
M Roaenfeld Satarday, n a.m., Bai
Mllxval of Laurel Ann dauarhtei of
Mr. and .Mrs Barnard W'yner,
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple\. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi i-eon Kroninh.
Cantor David Conviser. 21 -
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin- BETH SHALOM Temple). 4C01 Ar.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab- thur St. Conservative. Rahbi M-.r-
bi David Raab. 21-A 'on Malavsky. Cantor Irving Oou. 4
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. IS-A
BNAI Z'ON (Temple) 200-178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobson 22- B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dew Rozencwaig. 23
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shsoirn
Assocla.e Kabbi. Chalm S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun. 4
TEMPLE BETH AHM Conarva'*
310 SW 6?n1 Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47-B
CJBAN SEPHAROIC HEBREW CON
GREGATION 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
tan Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
24
Kridav. 8:30 p m Sermon Israel.
the I liaapnra and Jewish Survival."
.- urdav. am.
HairtW ACADEMY. i40g Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander *.
Gross 25
TEMPLE SOLiL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher
idar St., Holywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNO IIRAIL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38)1 Stirling Rd. 53
MliAMAK
ISRAEL (Tempi*). 920 SW 35th St
Conservative Rabbi Aviom Drazln
Cantor Abrahim Keator. 48
K0MS71A9
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CBNTI
6HMS Pinafore'
Given in Yiddish
By Delta Players
The Yiddish production of Uw
musical comedy classic, "HMS
Pinafore," which charmed Brook-
lyn radiences tor years. It
being performed in South Flor-
ida with oiccoed3 dMated t<>
ganiMtioiia whieh work in behalf
Of Isl.i' I
Tl. Delta Players, composed
of Hi.'.res! Condominium resl
denl* in Hollywood and '"
Hinds in North Miami Beach
(several players are also mem-
bers in the well known Ray Lli
kin d ttal OlOUp) p:v-i n I
their premiere performance ol
the Oi'h : imd Sullivan fa
Sunday a) Miami Beach's Tempi
Heth Sholom. to benefil
American Jewish Congress
Performances ai i also sched-
uled Dec 10 and VI it the Surf-
side Community Center, 03rd St
and Collins \ Hil'crest Hadassah and other
Jewish 01: animations.
Fur ticket information as well
..- urganizatii'ii spouaorWlip of
RsTfornances of "HMS Pinatore"
In i'ladish. eont3"t Delta Players
- lent Abe Senjamin or Aar-
on Wak>wit
The casl of this oroduction in-
cludes Leon Vudoff as the Ad-
miral, Mildred Nemetli as Butter-
cup, .Milton Sarner as tho Cap-
tain. Bob L/efkowlU a- Ralph
RakeStraw, and Mildred Berlin as
lie he
Xhanuhah Has Meaning
By DR. KAMI El. Z. JAFFE
South Florida temples will
celebrate Chanukah, the Jewish
-Faatival of Ughts," beginning
at sundown
Sunday.
Chanukah ha
a w.l-defined
historical and
polit cal mean
ing. rhe '
'sarf. eommem >
m. fiNHsll
Kabb, Jaffe
the re
the Gr 'cc Syrian emper ir, Anti-
ochus Epiphanes Tl back-
ound inspired the tradition of
hts.
For J ish people, Chan-
ukah symh I :es the victory of a
spiritual Ideal over inilit.'i-y and
political de p >tum A handful of
Jews, determined to preserve
their faith and culture, ODC
defied the overwhelminc Syria.i
power which oppreaeed Jewish
men itliei in and Its obsen
ANTIOCHVS ordered thai
temple in Jerusalem be u-e-,1 f >r
pagaii practices and that .-a ri
fices be offered there to Creek
gods. The Jews, under the lead-
ership of Judas Maccabeus, re-
belled and finally reconquered
Jerusalem, expelled the s |
and purified the temple.
According to lei : the
o-,l for tht' boiy lamp; il the
\e hail been defiled bj pa-
n worahippen, Only one un-
toui bed .i on of oil was found
- .,' .1 ai h 'dm away, The oil,
>ugh bo 11
one day, miraculously last
Chanukah la i | by
evi rywhere bj 1

il. inning with
an i I o on the s |
,r-- I finallj on the i ,
menorah oi
THIS PROGRESSION
Judaism's helii I
er du te il >i :
t and th ow,
al entightenn
-
Tl- bol lay i^ obsi th
special Fervi*es, praj ,:
;-i hove a of
and homes
mukah is < spec ill fur
rhildn n antes are play* i
al Chanukah top
' i | is spun and -.' g
tent. of "j it
e> i on the fourth day : the
. S| e.iai panoaki ed
"latkei' are treditional

Giant Clearance Sale At Jewish Community Center
Tourists
Can Help
'Refuseniks9
Briefing Tourists" is a pro-
gram for An.eriean tourists plan-
ning visits til Russia who can
be of help to Soviet "refuse-
nik" Jews, according to the
South Florida Conference on So-
viet Jewry.
"Briefing Tourists" orients
tourists to Kussia on how they
can be ol supiiort to the "re
fusenik." ine Russian Jew who
refuses to how down to Kremlin
oppression and who i~ determin-
ed to fighl for the right for him-
self anil i '; R ISSian Jew t> i
|i a\ e the c uuti y for Israel.
Amei ican Jewish Con rress is
behind th South Florida Con-
ference Bi el i urists" pro-
gram.
Through t' are given information, back-
ground, names and phone num-
l e "I efuseniks" v hom they
can contact during their visit
' '. rat lor on the proei am is
:' a : the South Florida
'' mfi rer.ee, A mei lean Je
Congress, at I'-V" Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami.
Mrs. Laurel Shapiro, president
of the Y Women, of tho Jewish
i nity Centers of South
Florida, has announced that <
"Qtant Clearance Thrift Sale"
Yiddish Culture Wincle
Scheduled Tuesday Morning
The Yiddish Culture Wincle of
Miami Beaoh will celebrate th-
traditional Chanukaii festival
Tuesday at 10;M) am. at Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute.
Leon Segal, educator and re
searcher, will speak on the "Hi*
tory if Chanukaii and the Sur
vival of the Jewish People Phil
Keshkin will read a Sholom
Aleichem story and Cantor /
Id'er ol Temple Hmanu 111. Is
raeli folk singer, will off'r a
- Dora Meisel wiH
preside.
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Friday, December 6, 1974
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Dedication Ceremonies Planned
For Bahamas' First Synagogue
Kadimah Chapter Chanukah White Elephant Sale Set
Sandier, juit returned from Is-
rael. Mrs. Sandier is the chapter
pre sident Proceeds of the after-
FRKKPORT. Grand Bahama.
The Star of David shines"
proudly in this second Bahamian
city where innovation is a way
of life.
The first synagogue to be built
in the Bahamas will l>e dedicat-
ed shortly on Freeport "s Kast
Sunrise Highway.
BIII.T WITH funds from the
local Hebrew congregation and
American friends, the creamy-
white modern building is sym-
bol of achievement and pride
tor Preeport's small Jewish com-
munity.
its called 'The Luis Torres
Synagogue*1 In honor of the Jew
who is said to have arrived on
the Santa Maria with Christo-
pher Columbus during the dis-
coverer'a landfall voyage to the
Bahamas and the New world in
1492.
Jews number a mere 49 in
Freeport, but a keen community
spirit makes up for what they
lack in numbers.
The new building seats 120
persons and contains a study, li-
brary, kitchen and is centrally
air-conditioned. A social hall at
the rear of the building is near-
ing completion.
THK GUIDfcWJ light behind
Free|K)tfs synagogue is a Lon-
doner, David Ross, who is desig-
nated president of the Syna-
gogue. He is assisted by Amer-
ican Sam Bernstein as vice pres-
ident and a former Miamian.
The religkms leader is Samuel
Smith, also a Miamian.
The synagogue was completed
several months ago. However.
David Pinski Club Begins
Its Seventeenth Season
The David Pinski Club will
begin its 17th season Friday at
7:80 D.m. with Its first
Oneg Shabbos in the air-condi-
tioned Club Room of the 100 ,
Lincoln Bldg.
An interesting hterary and
musical program has been ar-
ranged. L Laaavin, author and
lecturer, will speak about "The
Gulag Archipelago" by Alek-
sander Solzhenltsyn; Hilda Zu-
ker, accompanied on the man-
dolin by Paul Yaitovsky, will en-
tertain with a selection of Yid-
Ish and Hebrew Songs; Jacob
Gorelii'k will read from Yiddish
classics. Refreshments will be
serve I and the public is Invited.
HOUSE FOR SALE
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B'nai Raphael KMB area Priced
for Midi sale call 621-0850.
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the dedication has been post-
poned to allow members to put
the "finishing touch on so that
it would make a fine impres-
sion."
ACCORDING TO Ross, the
synagogue will encourage tour-
ists and conventioneers, who
frequent the luxury large hotels
in KreeiMirt Lucaya, to attend
en ices.
"Jews visiting the Bahamas
during Holy Days wl'l in the
future be able to attend temple
if they so desire." he said.
The small group ol people who
channeled the synagogue into
reality, obviously regard it as a
community asset. "We started
on a shoe-string budget but we
did it to fortify the Jewish cul-
ture and faith in the Bahamas,"
says Ross.
"We want to educate our chil-
dren who have been born in the
Bahamas In the Jewish religion.
Before we had the synagogue
we held services In a hotel. Our
children were taught about the
faith from their parents. Now
that we are letter organized,
they can attend Sunday School.
This is more like it."
Ross added that the syna-
gogue would also give Jews con-
fidence to invest in the Ba-
hamas.
The dedication of The Luis
Torres Synagogue is expected
to draw a wide selection of resi-
dents from Freeport and Nas-
sau, the Bahamian capital.
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a Chanukah
White Elephant Sale and Lunch-
eon Tuesday, at Beth Kodeeb
Congregation, uni s\v '2th Ave.
Sale starts at 10:30 a.m. and
lunch at noon.
Guests of honor for the after-
noon will be Tii'ie and Fred
noon wjll h/lH provide social
welfare services to the women,
youth und children of Israel. Res-
ervations and information are be-
ing nan lied by Mrs. i.'lsa Kreut-
7cr. chairman.
Freeport's Hebrew Congregation will soon
dedicate the first synagogue to be built in
the Bahamas. The modern structure is lo-
cated on the East Sunrise Highway and
was built with contributions from the small
Jewish community. The synagogue contains
a library, a study and a social hall. It is
centrally air-conditioned and was built at a
cost of $85,000. _j
Hanukkah
Hospitality
begins with
MQTTS'andSUNSWEET
Welcome friends and family with deliciously natural
fruit treats at Hanukkah-and all year 'round.
Stock up now with a variety of Mott's and Sunsweet goodies.
And have a happy, healthy holiday!
K All Certified Kosher


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Friday, December 6, 1974
South Dade Hebrew Aeadem
Presenting Roberta Peters
t3
irilaj 1 ening; Oer 14. is
..Roberta Peters nighl ..1 the
Mia ni Bi.. ;h -\n litorium. The
South Dade M"' re Vcademy,
South Dade's largest -'ii d 1
En daj -i loci. Located 1
llfs.il sw 7-Uh Ave., is sponsor
ir 'i:30 p.m. appear-
with an ;,] star casl
- 1 xcitin coloratura star
he- Ms in 1 1 pa is
I U !i
h petu
11 h
cording -." said. Dr Mclvyn
'ii!,_ president of
v l my* "and the pi rformance
idy almost ^entirely -
oul feel parti' foi
iv;'-- to an ii
mally rcnowru d perl inn
' ss Miss Pi ters.-
-- Peters resides in subur>
N v Y irk with her hash 1
Bi am Field.--, a hotel execu-
tive ,i!id tht ir .two. son-
!:i ad 1 trie many d
of h h lemaking and the disci
plim demanded of any artist
\uth an international career, she
ports an l relaxes with
sevei al hobbie< She has kc pi her
petite figure and continues to
sinL Metropolitan Opera roles
,h are delights because sh<>
has stayed in such marvelous
5] 1 vocally and physically!
Her seen 1" "I ha\. jogged for
- time, half a mile at least
on lays when weather permits.
COOC
Immediate Occupancy
ADJACENT TO
ONLY ORTHODOX
SYNAGOGUE
IN BROWARD
C >
I Informal :
949-6791
u Iqual Mossing Opportunity J
RAVIOLI
V
TMs Italian chef could have'
had a Jewish mother. Rav.oll
by Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* are a3
luscious as kreplach. But it's
cheese they're bursting with.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee*.simmers
his ravioli in a savory tomato
sauce, rich with more cheese
... mmmm, ideal for a meat-
less meal! All you have to do
Is heatand watch them eat.
Keep plenty handy to make
your family happy when
, they're hungry-ln-a-hurry.
We Won't Be First With Atoms.
Israeli Official Bays at BIG Day
.. UOBtRTA RtTtKS
' in "ti- r days I log ind >ors."
she says, \ii-< Peters has taken
up several other activities, in
eluding landscapes in oil which
she donates to charitable or-
lizations.
The South Dade Hebrew
Academy, which cncompa^si1.-.
preschool through junior hiyh
and is a beneficiary agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed r-
alion. has doub'ed its enrollment
this year since moving to its new,
3-scre. 15-dassroom facility.
Tickets for this performance
produced by Arie Kaduri may be
obtained at the South Dade He
brew Academy, the auditorium
box office and Ticketron I
tiona at all Sear- Department
Ston 3.
Ambassador Qershon Avner, SecreUrj tcrthe
Cabinet ol the State of Israel, told reporters in
Miami Beach Saturday that "Israel will not be
first to introduce nuclear weapons in the
Middle Easl "
Avner resp inded to a stal 1* nl a i ek
by former Israeli Defense Minisl 1 Moshc Dayan
thai Israel should consider the .! nl of
nucl :i:
DAY \N HAD said Israel "mud >
i th possibility I ha I the Arabn will Intn I
nuclear weapons into our area, and Israel dare
nol lag bi ..;
Avni r, visiting So ith J
for Israi: Bonds BIG Day. said thai nol
an official of the Israeli
ii make policj,
On the subjeel of "3 new Arab-Isjac.li war,
Avner said he was hopeful that .1 peaceful
tion could he negotiated, and w is confident I
hostilities would not break out u kmg as
mandate for United Nations troops in the, G .
11, jghts area continued,
"SINCE THE October war. a ceasefin
reements were achieved bj I
Henrj Kissinger, Now
,, is whethi r .1 m we permani nl
* rti t to end hostilities
1st."
\, ,,,!. f,.i n din 1 Um
:ii Foi 1 -11 Mt 1 1
behall of Israi I I
; ire l thai Ihe \ net lean Jewish
,- l> 111 calle I upon to help in : ..
, nic area for man) years When 1
I our situation in i needs in the p 1
they have always responded and have beet
m nn rtner in Israel's economii
ii"
Family Chanukah. Dinner
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El, HoUwood, will h
family children's Chanukah din-
ner parly at 6:30 Sunday eve
ning in the Tobin Auditorium of
the temple, A varietj show fea
hiring the Dixon Marionettes
will be presented.
FKEF CLASS Cellist Lau-
rence V. Budnieii will conduct a
t-ee class In Music Appreciation
every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in
the Ida Fisher Junior High
Scho !. 1420 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach.
Jackie Dan Rickie Joey and Linda
The Wcinsteins.
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL
ON CHANUKAH
Soft
and
spreadable
even when
ice cold!
PHILADELPHIA WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE
The one and only with that
matchless Philadelphia flavor
BRAND
TRY WHIPPED
PHILADELPHIA CREAM
CHEESE WITH ONION,
WITH CHIVES, WITH
PIMIENTO. WITH
SMOKED SALMON
AM THESE
KFAFT PHII.AnKI.PHIA WHIPPED CFFAM CHEESES
CERTIFIED KOSHER
Boon to the busy balabosta: the luscious spread that pops out o
your refrigerator whipped-creamy-fluffy-ready for instant
use. Makes Philadelphia Brand Whipped Cream Cheese such
a favorite. Everyone loves how it spreads so smoothly on even
the crumbliest crackers, matzohs, bread, and muffins. And that
very special fresh Philadelphia flavorl
K6!! ft"' *!hi,a^lnhia Rr'^ Whipped Cream Cheese or
trv^r 7 A and;ead>'- ^ noshes, dairy meals, party dips-
IZlSllZs*8mari reusabIe a,urainum *-*'
GUARANTEED FRESH WHEN YOU BUY IT-
OR YOUR MONEY BACK FRO"
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Friday, December 6, 1974
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Templc Sinai Kicks Off Second Phase
Mine than 33 leaden of Tem-
ple Sinai >if North Da le rm i
N off" the second | base ol their
- the Lead rship l>i-
\ Ision.
meeting was chaired by
Aii "ii Podhurst, a cam-
pal n chairman ol the Paceset-
n. Mr. Podhursl gave
in up-date repo t of monies
date, an! briefed all work-
era In the art ol propel solit II i
tion.
Larrj Cohen, campaign con-
stant this |s nol
;| i"" campaign, but a
ised ol las
pic total congregational ef-
fort."
Mrs Maxine Schwartz and
lan Klein, both
campa n halrmen ol the Pace-
setter Division, further bi iefi d
''-''in in propei solicita-
tion techniques,
1 nl K msky, a F eadership
l t. isi n :.iii ^ h in mi.iii. declared,
"The" I e Kie ship 1 >rVisk>n, in my
ation, la the mosl Impor-
tant to thl sign, v.nil ap-
e cards to
be disti ibuted and so Iciti
Iercenta e I the total
Gala Sisterhood Luncheon
l gala lui ; i lanne i bj
-' '. i i .,< o<.v sh
membership ol out con \ i
tii in."
can .i ii ci'Hiinues it a
heel ic pace, and e\. yone in-
volved is certain th thi ti ri-
e will s ic.....I in reach!
goal.
Con Ho-
tel Wedn daj noon. For tick
c '- I Minna 9ti t leer.
l'r-'iii"'l \- Bi 1 Z ick
Sharing a family tradition
as you light the Hanukkah candles
From generation to generationthroughout the world
the traditions are passed along. As they have been for over five thousand years.
As we celebrate this joyous festival with our loved ones, enjoy another tradition.
The mellow cheer of delicious Maxwell House "Coffee.
A tradition in Jewish homes for half a century.
The favorite coffee at holiday gatherings and throughout the year.
9
Happy
Hanukkah
:;
Maxwell
House
Coffee
W Good to the last drop


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HOME BY 0PTCVHM
4 BEDROOM 2-FUU BATHROOMS 2-CAR GARAGE
N KENDAIL AREA of ONLY PRIVATE HOMES
ACRE LANDSCAPED PROFESSIONALLY-
NEAR SCHOOLS and SHOPPING
CUSTOM BUILT BAR (RUNNING WATER) IN
ENCLOSED FLORIDA FAMILY ROOM
EXTRA LARGE WNIMG AREA
S4CWHCI PP/CE FOR QUICK SAUI
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 235-8011
Ramblewood East Condominium
Construction Moving Forward
Smart mothers give them
the natural treats-
ready to eat-f rom Sunsweet!
While many other builders and
developers in South Flori la hv e
quit buihiin.ii. or have g me out
cf the !hi-;:: altogether be-
, (if overburdening financial
lems. Rambler 111 Baal
Pri;- rties is moving steadily for-
ward. Ramblewo I East Proper-
ties is a joir:' venture between
Inc.. an;! Ani-
.. [nc a subsidi-
ary of An Bankers Life
Assurance C n ; iny of Miami.
Althi on *hi<
cend iminium levi 1 >-
ler of
Coral Springs n delayed
. ': irtage .
and I bad
S ith Fl
had ': ... the de-
pers still real
I
Building con' ly at
i r i-\ an i so d i
any build-
ers (
- and
I
ini! tnui h concer
it 1
i
sonabl
V

i I" > 1 hw I i
(' n. endoi I recom-
,l
i
i the
1 I
ire its
ins quality .-it low pr r '
onlv do Council M

v h > pur. ha e 'i unil !',' re
this unusual ad well.
2 Ramblewood EaM ia on file
in New York. Very few Florida
condominiums can be sold in the
state of New York, for they will
not subject themselves to ffte h>
tense scrutiny and review which
is required bv Now York law
P. aee 1, which trials 60 units,
his h^en complied fir s. veral
months and is totally sold out.
Phase 2 is currently tinder c-m
struction. with 252 units out of
a total of 406 now completed,
and 2'ifi units of this phase have
|y been so'd It is expected
that the entire Phase 2 construi
tion will be completed by next
March.
l ise 3, an the four 5 -' >rv
hiL'hris" building* scheduled fo'
eo*r >letion by early ifl7fi hou'd
b....... f thin the i
feu ( inctnid '"' :"
i i East
,.., g ..- ,oth iii I
'> un'ike th
ng : lii try.
(-...,.,,.. ..-.V.|V
".ir rern
lex at 1 1 \
crew go1 to work at once.
25 100 ; lare tool I

' i, .-, will I b'l
li i' I eraft inc. e
..... m room
v V'' .....
Pf'irl
Wh'l t1
i i lunil
b 'i
111 foi
...... R
r. th
,,.'.. |jre(1|
has '']' w)
c.'r-p-i.i|.- r,,.- pi^nnpd activities
thr iu r,h iu1 th h did lya
Elaine has a Ma1 r' degre*
in Education from Frostburg
State Ci I ir I. and
has 'rid her paintings exhibite I
A committee of the Junior Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aqed met recently to plan the 18th
anniversary luncheon, which will be held in the Pompaii
Room of the Eden Rcc Hotel Tuesday, Dec. 17. Committee
members included (from bft) Miss Audrey Edrick, tickets
chairman; Mrs. Jay Rechtschaffer, president; Mrs. George
Israel, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Lillian Namm, a past
in many shows and galleries
throughout the country. She is
in charge of all planned activi-
ties, aim is using all of the new
faeiliuea at the temporary recre
ation room. There are card ta-
ble*, a blliard table, sewing ma-
chines, arts & crafts supplies, in
eight-position exercise machine.
.ind many other activities.
Th." courtesy bus is .mother
iii R addition to Ramblewood
East a is a thirty-two passenger
no far. bus for ":e use of the
residents to go shopping, to the
b?ach. and or. planned activities
The bus is operated by Phil
Blicker, one of the current reei
dents at Ramblewood East, and
i. n< w running three daj a w 11 :;
egular b idule
You will too, if you know a mychel when you taste one
Naturally delicious Sunaweet prunes are chock full of
the vitamins, minerals and iron your family needs for
energy And they're sweet and satisfying, too Alw.is-
fresh, moist and tender because more people eat
Sunsweet than any other prunes Treat your family to
something good that's good for
them. Sunsweet prunes the smart
mother's choice.
8! Abi geiunt with
M&Utffc PRUNES
Think ot them at vttamtna *ith wrinkles
K CERTIFIED KOSH1 R
XunSu^a
PITTED
PRUNES
J
HOLIDAY CHEER RETURN
Holiday cheer starts right here with top
quality Canaaa Dry Mixers in 28-oz. returnable
and resealable ecology bottles. Returnable-
bottles save you money. You don't pay for
the bottles ... only for the '
product inside.


Friday, December S, 1974
("Jfewtflti Hcridlfon
Paae 7-B
Raritan Valley Club Inaugurates Social Work
1974-197."> Season With Luiieheon
The Raritan Valley lub oi
Gre M ,11 wj | i
Its 1074-1979 season wil
luncheon at noon Thui a; .Dec
12. at I den House, 17983
I Blvd., Norl i Miami
B .
Tin re will be i
tunitj to meet, | ex-
chai .i -.
Invita .':.- .i i
m th ma ling list
In u all permanent
denl i i i nv b!
A photographer will also be
present to i take a pictoi al rec-
ord oi the event
il invitation is extend-
ed to 1 vacation from the
greater N [
i be In the G
tal da)
F nation
contact any of th
fi> cr- .<>j- ,miyi:h v. if the board:
Milton i Uuth i Newman,
man; Mrs Max l Mary) Ru-
retary an.l Jrs, Ed-
.1 S b ca) Uo >ke, trees
u I
oi the board all per-
nian, nl retddi tits al South Flor
'
ng Dad i roiin
ties) ini hide Mr and Mrs Lou -
md Mrs
!' 111 Mi Ed Yard Cooke
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Fit
Mr an I ifi Sam Freed, Mr an I
Abe Grei iberg, Mr. and
Mrs .!>. i h Giu k, Mr. and Mrs
B, Hal -rii. Mr and
Mrs Sam Horowitz, Mrs
l robs, Mr and Mrs, Ben Rush
ii'-r Mr and Mrs Milton New
man Mrs Max Rub -nstein, Mr
Mi .i. >.! Sathan and -Mrs
r da We n -re,
The Plum Tree Gift Shop
Pfaltzgraff Stoneware Dishes
NOW IN STOCK
Chocse (torn cltractively priced.
GHtf end Unusual items for every occasion
Cere in And Bowse Around
Master Charge and Most Major Cards Accepted
1665 W. 49th Street, Hio!eah 823 3952
Westiar.d Mail
The pilot year oi a .Social
Workers tor [artel Program is
undcru a.\.
I.at bi tnmer, youn: social
ers r.-om I Stat e
e :; work
course ty of
Haifa.
a ers the si

I rank! I
,-ici
Israel
i | .i
IN I iRAEL, the stud
i-i o ientatii>n to i co''i
t' I etor< i inning theii
The first three month
ted to an Intel tudy of
w. There we n lee-
t n es on thi sti i ct'j.....t so. al
and the Israe i sociei
illy.
Israel All /ah : lent
i has deti i on the se
Matthan To Visit
Miami Dec. '.>\
In con i I n v
I
whii h with
Jack I. mm in, V
''.
floal N .. i
I
II ,' ; be "Th. Fion Pad
Front P
Dec. 20 at V
|Y >> ..in.
Program In Israel
i mate -.- now befa ... ;;-. s m l& I, '.'. .N'H
ulerl, Thi Center Is In the Alna- 1st Ave.
'visit out punnet
STUDfO. FAMOUS Mil
QVi* Tilt WOMB"
1ST. 1935
one of the
largest and
most beautiful
selections at
moderate prices
only one
studio for
.- oerscng
orrent on
UNIQUE FREE FORM 14
AND 18 KARAT FLOWING
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YOUR PERSONALITY
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NORTH MIAMI
757-3145
3SB
Recipes For A Glowing Cnimukah
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
It's th( of the year when ends and relatives are getting together to celebrate the joyous 8 day
We've receiv delicious recipes that ve perfect entertaining ideas
k you for sharing them with us T'-e makers of heilmann'S' and BEST FOODS" Real Mayonnaise* wish
sofCI
you a happy holiday.
PARTY TUNA SPREAD
i |
; .
and
I egg
hopped
pap'ika

pped i
.

Squares Makes 2
SAVORY TOAST SQUARES
15 sHces whin
1/3 Cl MANN 'ODS
'.' ..omaise
2 teaspoons paprika
Cu* each bread nlo 4 squares;
;.. H eel '.' ches
I -'eat. turning once about
-lutes or until lightly toasted on
. 'rom heat Spread
|. ; ire th Real Mayon-
naise, sprinkle with paprika Broil 2
mmutes or until bubbly. Makes 60 toast
squares.
Sub"~'fed by:
Ros'yn Goldsmith
Dallas, Texas
CHEESE SAUCE FOR FISH
.. ..
Real Ma)
ICheddat I teese
. oon salt

le leaves
.-. eed
trained and
I
^oan stir I I -st 7
ingre heat,
intly, about 10 nv-jies or
s.iuce is smooth. Remove li
ento Serve sauce
le fish n w.ikes 1 1/2 cups.

'.' Joseph I. Smith
Bath, Maine
CHILLED NOODLE SALAD
1 1 /2 cups coc ked medium egg
noodles (3/4 cup uncooked)
2 cups diced unpared apple
1 cup shredded carrot
112 cup chopped sweet pickle
5 hard cooked eggs, chopped
1 cu| FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon grated onion
n salt
In large bowl toss together all ingredi-
ents. Chill 2 to 3 hours. Makes 5 (1
cup) servings.
Submitted by:
Laurie C Weinstein
Indianapolis, Indiana
TUNA CREPES
3 eggs, well beaten
3/4 cup milk
3/4 cup unsifted flour
2 tablespoons N trine
1 recipe Tuna Filling (below)
Si together eggs and milk. Gradually
add dour, stirring a'rer each addition
smooth. In 7 1/2-inch
omelet pan melt 11 lotthi mar-
a heat Pc
tablespoons ot tl
ing pan to cover I lorn evi
browned. Turn
ot pan onto paper tov
Continue preparing crepe bat-
ter is used, adding additional marga-
rine to pan as needed. Put 2 table-
spoons Tuna Filling in center of each
crape. Fo'd edges toward center, then
roll up cepe. Set aside In large skillet,
melt 1 tablespoon margarine. Place
filled crepes in skillet: cook over me-
dium heat, turning until browned on all
sides, about 5 minutes. Makes 16
crepes.
TUNA FILLING
1 tablespoon Nucoa margarine
112 cup chopped onions
1 can (7 cz) tuna, drained and flaked
1 can (4 02) mushrooms, drained
and chopped
1 H Cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
In small skillet, melt margarine: add
onions and saute, stirring frequently,
until tender. Toss together tuna, mush-
rooms, Real Mayonnaise and onions
until well mixed Makes about 2 cups
filling.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Michael Molis
Syracuse, New York
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CAULIFLOWER SALAD
1 medum head cau
2 quarts cold water
1 tablespoon salt
112 cup chopped celery
1/2 Cup HEUWANN'S BESTFOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 cup sour cream
2 teaspoons caraway seeds
1/2 teaspoon salt
Soak cauliflower m cold water with 1
tablespoon salt, 1/2 hour Dram Sep-
arate into cauliilowerets and cut into
thin slices In large bowl mix together
remaining ingredients, add cauliflower
and toss lightly. Chill. Makes a:
6 cups.
Submitted by:
Mrs James Russell Worman
Minneapolis. Minnesota
PLEASE ... send us more
of your recipes
We'd be delighted if you'd share more
ot your favorite Kosher mayonnaise
recipes with us. Ir. fact, we'll print your
name and send you $10 00 for any
recipe we use in cur advertising Just
send your special uses for hellmann'S
or BEST FOODS Mayonnaise to me:
EstherFeinberg.Co^sumerServxeDept
BEST FOODS. Div. of CPC hi I. Inc.
E^glewood Cliffs, N J 07632.
Be sure to include your name and ad-
Cress. All recipes become the property
of BEST FOODS, and may be adjusted
cr edited before publication.


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Friday, December 6, 1974
Av 0 u n d J
o w>t
CR. AUD /VRS. JOStPH MJDHICK
Dr. :in
- '
ai
*o\ 22.
in ni the
.I.,,.. I
i e an ren i I -
iti
is thai this was
l ::> t S ;!.. il
that the
has tal
lii gouimel
tht musii ol
.larshail and Ins orchestra.
11 ee ': be ise I i<> ox-
.n,i me exi; i sis unit ai
I e hos| it
Others who worked hard to
: I the house included Dr. Elliot
Witldnd pnd hi- wife, Harriet,
ni' the i mrti By com-
ittee, and Or. Hyman Merlin
I wife, Blither, who were on
\ ital ions coivir.il tee. Dr.
,i| Mrs. David Epstein wrre on
e arrangements committee
,l Dr. and Mrs. Martin Rosen-
thai e ''ii ':" tickets com-
itt< '
Winn rs of the first annual
i mber Guesl Mixed Doubles
nni: Tournament at Kings Bay
'. achl and Country Club were
hub Oransky and Diane Irmao
.10 defeated Esdie Kubinoff and
Barbara Ueidenfold 10 8 Jerry
Moss, direcl r ol '
!'.:>. said th il nti r s son
.; nil b :

, :. eception
the new
458-1 ed 12 Illioi
Gem n and
.iii hael Sin sman
\s hospita adminis ai
. iinner affaii was cat
by llv t'riiiti'i. owner ol V'oisin
rest a it ai I Mian i I h ich an I
fot mer ow ner ol El Moro 'Co,
N.Y., and V'oisins there, Boca
Rat n and Palm Beach.
A piano recital and a jazz con-
this week at Miami I >* le
Community College, North Cam*
pus featured three Miami-Dade
graduates, Miriam Acevede and
Susan vionsii. who now attend
m Inte. national University,
and L'sa Werner, a University
oi Miami student, presented the
recital Tuesday. The program in-
p| led b concerto by Mendels-
sohn, ami compositions by (li-
nasteia, Chopin and Brahms,
The l p.m. ja / concert Thurs-
day was to feature original ar-
rangements by students In Tony
Pand\\ Jazz Arran ing class
. ii.i recital and the concei t
Room 5222 of the William D
l awlej Creative Arts Center
were to he open to the public.
Attorney Howard Hollander, a member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund Cash Committee, spends his hie
..ours calling-for-cash. While pledges to the annual fund-
raising diive are important, Mr. Hollander emphasizes the
;:eid to give as much cash to the campaign as possible
io that those in need may have the benefit of CJA-IEF
support now. The Federation's annual fund raising drive
helps to support programs which meet humanitarian needs
in Dade County, in Israel and throughout the world.
American Savings
At Bay Harbor
To Bo Relocated
Morris N. Broad, president o
American Savings and Loan As-
sociation of Florida, has an
m unced that the Association's
Bay Harbor lalandi office will
be moving to larger quarters lo-
oted at 1100 Kane Concourse.
This move, which will take
place on or about Dec. 23, be-
came necessary due to Increased
savings activity at the Bay Har-
bor Islands office, which serve;
that town. Bal Harbour and Surf
side The new office te Is
achosa the street from the pres
ent location.
Manager of 'he Bay Harbor
islands office i.- Mrs Lorraine
Laderman, who has served In
that position sine- the opening
of the office in 1973
l |i rman has had pi
Savings and Loan Industry.
i has ser ed as brand
r .if th V ngs
' ; '
i i incoln Roa k M < ''
Savings, founded in
I Bn ; as
$330 mil
serves ,.-
- m of Ihe Bi a I
American Sa\ ings,
founder of the T. mm of Baj Har-
h ir I-' ind and servi .1 as its
..'nl only Mayor for -'> > ars
unt'l becoming Mavor Emeritus
in the Spring at 1973 The Broa I
I ..ii-' way .' hi h he built, w is
named in his thonor
Dr. Fackenheim
Guest Lecturer
One of the mosl outstanding
thought-provoking Jewish
scholars of our time, Dr. EmllI
Fackenheim, professor of philo
ophy at the University of To-
ronto, will apeak at Temple Is-
rael <>f Greater Miami Sunday
morning as part of the Green-
field Lecture Series.
Rabbi Fackenheim is one of
the acknowledged great minds in
religious thought and those who
have read his recent works will
appreciate the challenge Implicit
in his topic: "Jewish Existence
in an Epoch-Making Age." I>:
Fackenheim addressed himself to
this theme in a recent sympo-
sium of the Center for Democra-
tic Institutions in Berkeley.
Horn and educated in Berlin,
where he was ordained. Rabbi
Fackenheim escaped the Nazis
in 1939, and has taught primar-
ily in Canadian universities
since then. His more than 125
articles and luniks deal primarily
with medieval Arabic and Jew-
ish philosophy, modern German
philosophy and, in recent years
with Jewish theology, a field to
which he has made a significant
contribution.
The lecture begins at 10 a.m.
and single as well as series tick-
et- are available.
Concert Scheduled Feb. 27
A concert featuring four Ml Iro
politan Opera -tars. Richard
Tucker, Robert Merrill. Clarice
(iron and Beverly Wolff, wil
be -pons,,re I by Temple 1: th
Sholom I'di 27 to celebrate Rah
hi I i Kronish's 30 yi ars ol
service to the congregation The
first of a -ems of events mark
ing this milestone in his career,
the Miami Beach Auditorium
concert will feature accompani-
ment by the Florida Synv
Orchestra under the baton ol
Bavl Oe-palj.
Alumni Association Slate
The newly elected officer- of
th" South Florida Chanter of the
Brooklyn Law School Alumni \-
sociation include Harry Zuker
nick, honorary pre-id nt; Alexan
tier Schlesinger. president; David
J. Goldberg, vice president: Mil
ton Morsel, secretary, and Sidney
Ma on, treasurer.
Sam Cohen, picsidont of I nple Beth Raphael and his
Gc i will celebrate tl.eir Golden wedding annivei
Sunday at n banquet at the For-
tableau Hotel. A simulated "Chupah" ceremony w
perfoimod by Rabbi Elliott J. Winegrad and Cantor Saul H.
Breeh ot Temple Beth Raphael. Tiie children and gi
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Congressman William Lehman was among the guests at
a recent cocktail party hosted by the Southeastern Florida
en. Women's American ORT, in honor of Mrs. Magda
Giossman. president. Women's ORT. Jerusalem, and librari-
an of the John F. Kennedy Apprenticeship Center, during
her recent visit. At left is Mrs. Cynthia Kronish. Mis. Felice
Traktman is at right.
Sheila Willner (left) was chairman of the recent Clovsr-
. Chapter Women's American ORT( Bazaar. Mrs. Joan
Rafalovc, was Southeastern Florida Region Bazaar cochair-
and Mrs. Roberta Reisner, night; is president of Clover-
leaf Chapter.
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Belli Am Judaica Shop Offering
Biiv Israel' Chanukah Gift Items
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood's
: id ica Shop, which is now per
,: :.tiy located In the Temple's
S rial Hail is providing an e
i sen ice f members as
u for persons in Hie com-
munity who ire unaffiliated.
Fl irence Birchansky and Nan
rlirth, Sisterhood's Judaica
I an and committee mem
vi. of the "Buy Israel" project,
announced that s large va
net} of religious and ceremonial
h i irrlved in time for
hanukah il ing with men) al
ft i;. nu for all occs
The available merchandise is
led to facilitate the eele-
in of it wirh h ilidays in the
i and to encourage the giv-
ing of meaningful Judaica gifts
for Bar and Bal Mitizvahs births
I ij i, m ddings, and anni-
sel) wit* the l< I
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Meetinu Dec. 1<>
The Hebrew Cultural Forum of
Dade County wil h Id U nn
!> me ting Wednesday, Dec. iR
al 1:30 p.m. in th Am
Bank 'Alton k 1 incoln H I-
The guest speak r, Rabbi A
R ki'li will speak in Hebn
T le i Hval of Light: in V i t
of Israt!'- Pn -nt Po
the Mlddli I i
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the Ral binii al S h<" 1 -
ialem, and has v ed a i
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! rd i and
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if Staff. Cai H i M D.. ha
joined I Chief ol
ai '
chairmen focus their purchasing
for the shop on Israeli imports
in an effort to more effectively
support Israel's economy,
The availability of these Israe
h products make* it more teas
ible for the Jews in the South |
Dade area to conveniently spend j
$l a we k or S50 a year on la
ra-'li rmoorts. in keeping with
the broader goal of the Ijraeli,
government's "Buy Israel'' proj
ect
Luncheon And Card Party
The Sisterhood of the Young
Israel of Greater Miami will
hold a luncheon-card partj t<>
benefit Soviel Jewry Wednesday
from il ;00 a m, t<- 4:00 p.m. at
the Washington Federal Audito-
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Miami Beach. The donation will
directly benefil a Soviel Jewish
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call the Young Israel office.
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Because Planters 1009? pure peanut
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2 eggs
.up unsifted flour
1 tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon water
2 teaspoons Dry Sack Sherry
2 whole chicken breasts, boned and skinned
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Likf tiu dim w i -e Dai i.l Sch >-
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hi w. a ter all, Jewish people
v. re really b er ttian <
And i had b.....'-; > G ;n
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David Ben-Dov (left). Deputy Director of the North American
Division of Israel's Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Jerusa
lem, met with Dade County Mayor Stephen P. Clark re-
cently to discuss Israel's position with ths Palestine Liber-
ation Organization. Mr. Ben-Dov, a notable speaker, is
touring major U.S. cities to interpret the State of Israel's
position with respect to Arab-Jewish relations and the
Palestinians. Mayor ClaTk led a delegation representing
all segments of the South Florida community which pub-
licly issued an indictment of Yassir Arafat and the PLO
en the Dade County Court House sters Nov. 4, concurrent
with a nationwide protest against Arab terrorism and of-
ficial recognition of the PLO at the United Nations General
Assembly.
Hillel Dav School Chanukah Party
ih Men and Women of Hillel
h >l t then- traditional Chan-
pal tj Tue d i> a'. 1 i> m. in
the First Federal Bank Bui
: Hi- ayne Blvd. North Mi
imi Bi .n .i.
CLUB PARTY TIME
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
I
P::. | i C
Mr*. Alan Boitom and Mrs.
Paul Camel, chairmen for the
evening, have > ianni d .i chil-
,!i(:-.'- fashion h h l he Hillel
unity n iy Scho 1 studenta
will be modeling fahl ns from
.! i Penney, 163rd Street Shop-
Cent r
.i e] Ch ir un r the di-
into \ A rn will
pi m a selection of < nanukah
Lath lauce will
be
publ is Im ; 'I to join
I- .- i
ho I if
An
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South tf*c*fc
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us. 1 tun jtotm or outum m
Watch For The
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In MIAMI BEACH
Serving GLATT MEATS Only
For information Phone
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Meetings Set By
Mizrachi Women's
(Ihapters Here
Vered Chapter, American Mi/
rachi Wcinen, will m?et Mon. at
P 19 p.m. in i'le home of Irene
Frand, 781 NE l^i t St., North
Miami Beach. Mrs. Bue ftoae
I >li w.ll apeak on 1 >:
Rights of Worn in in the State of
Florida." R ifrohments and de>
licit :i- l itkes w l! be ierv I
Judi Bit lick ii pn tident
H ichel Laufer Katz, pr id ml
of the Miami Beach fiapter, an-
nounc i i n h inukah meeting
! la> at 1 d n art the
iditoi nun. 1234
V liingl m v. <
Shalom Chapter's l hari
1; ih i a id card part) will take
place Tui la.\ at 12:30 p.m. in
the Club ro in (if 100 Lincoln Rd.
K> .i Krieger is pre&id "it ami
Girella Lowenheim is vice presi-
dent.
Shalvah Chapter will meet
Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. in the
home of Mrs. Perry Cimcnt. 4520
Adams Ave. for a Chanukah
party. A White Elephant Sale
will he conducted by Mrs. Moe
Grundwerg and a children's pho
to content will be judged hy
Werner Kahn photographers
Mrs. Alex Paul is president and
Mrs. David Dobin is chairman of
the evening.
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A festive Chanukah meeting,
complete wi'h traditional latke-
afl mnirnl pntortainment. i.
scheduled for the Geula Chapter
Wodni mI.iv at 3 p m at Re:h I-
rael, Chase Ave anil 40th St
Freda Oster is president and
Gertrude Bsterman is program
vice president.
Hadar Chapter president Til
lian Chabner h calling a Chan
uh 'i n i 'I Mondav, D<
,,i 12 30 i mi. a! Chase Fi dei il
425 41 I St
I'miI Sehwarti
Hatikvah i h ipl r hi
it- Chanukah meeting as Thur*
da: Be mber 12. at 12 30 p n
Kneseth Israel, 1413 Eu
.\ I atk is i'l be serv d: ,;
will be an admission charg

jv orah of i 'V P ''
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lun 'heon
(admi isi i i M nd i'
m in tbi rarleto i I
Collins '
Hunter Alumni Luncheon
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i'( lege Mu vW I its i
ond lurw li '!! m< the i
i Saturdaj 'it 12:30 p.m
I in i- Rest
E!vd Uexindr S h i n tsyn's
"Guli Vr '. be re-
viewei b B iger.
Dr and Mrs. Joel Dennis deftj were hor.oied at the recent
Hillel Community Day School Scholarship Dinnsr-Dance
where some S6.000 wos raised for the
more then S 2 i foi Ihe new cchool building will
be named in their honor. Mrs eck center)
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scheck (right) were the major
contributors to the building fund with a donation of S200.0C0.
The Dennises received a David Kaplan sculpture entitled
"Discussion" in recognition cf their outstanding achieve-
ment and dedicaticn to the school.
Roney Plaza Celebrating
The Chanukah celebration of
Ronejf Plaza Chapter. Bnai
B'rith Women, will include a
luncheon and candlelighting
Appclrouth. adult education
chairman. Profess! mal entertain-
ment at the event, scheduled for
lay. Dec. 17 at the Tailo-
ton Hotel, will M provided by
Catherine RuaseH and her ac-
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Friday, December 6, 1974
Saying "Shalcm" to newcomers at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federate a Women's
Division "Miami Shalom" op n home fr
November is Rabbi Solomon Srhiif (center).
Among those greeted at the social, informa-
tive evening were Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Zier (left; end Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg.
Two couples new to Miami'; Jewish com
munity, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fuerst (left) and
Mr. and Mrs. David Wolfson, are grested
by Gabriela Landau, Greater Micmv Jewish
Federation Women's Division vice president
A November "open house" was sponsored by Miami Sha-
lom recently. This program of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division continues to welcome new-
comers to the community with social, informative evenings.
Among the Jewish community leaders welcoming newcom-
ers Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kates (center) were Federation vice
president Norman Lipoff (left) and Women's Division vice
president Nancy Lipoff.
for Community Education. The event was a
November op;n house sponsored by "Mi-
ami Shalcm," to welcome newcomers to the
Jewish community.
Agudath Israel
Chanukali Party
v idath Israel Hebrew Insii
tutc will celebrate Chanukah
with a gala party Sunday, Dec.
15. a I 7:(M) p.m.
There will be a musical pro-
cram featuring a well-known
singer, a guitarist and a mand>
linisl A p.pecial candle lighting
ceremony will be conducted.
Refreshment* symbolizing the
Festival will be served. The pub
lie is invited to attend.
Auction Saturday Night
Gift of Life Chapter of the Na-
tional Asthma Center will hJld
its annual auction Saturday at
the South Miami Elks Lodge.
6304 S\V 78th St Some $12,000
worth of merchandise will be
auctioned, beginning at 7 p.m.
Free refreshments will be
served.
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The CmphU fawk Stoic
Shop yaw For Your Chanukah Gifts!
Menorahs o Candles Children's Books, Games and Records
Draydlas Chanukah Gelt Chanukah Decorations.
Ornaments and Gift Wrap
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by NORMA BARACH
tied todaj aboul eating "empty? ca
. th ,.....is which have little nutritional value* I >
, aleel roil which is not so sweet and Is good for braaKfasI
i'hSS dually this roll.......mbles bread and U tmrty -t
with butter or margarln. and a cupiof coffee.
M TRITIOIS SWEET ROLL*
2 tblsps. dry yeast
l cup lukewarm water
l cup hot wal r
:: cup honey
:ii cup oil
1 tsp. salt
2 e
6 cups whole wheat flour
1% cupa unbleached
flour
8 tblsps. brown sugar
l stick melted margarine
1 cup nuts, chopped
Raisins .optional)
Dash of white peppr-i*
medium onion, diced,
tblsps bread crumbs
Vegetable oil.
... yeast In lukewarm water. Mix well. Let bubble for
rjve lix hot water and honej Add oil. sail and i
Stir. Add yeasl and flours, Mix we:i Place In refrigeratoi for
Flour a board with unbleached Hour, Divide dough Into
balta i, h ball in a little of the unbleached nour. Male.
B .,. flour oi th. rolling pin and boat I before rolJng
sticky,
Roll each ball mto a fairlj thin Sprinkl. I
,!,, brown sugar, h nuts, some ral ins ', stick melted
a m ,,;i each reel ingle and roll like a jelly roll.
I mi x slices !'..' on i ------ed 1 ie i leel
I ether. Cover with a clean, Iry , about l" n Inutei allow I rise -
at 425 d. bout 2t nil let i intil n Serve warm
h caloric, we offer this week a veal
substitute fo i i i meat recii Veal has fewer caloriei
,han be, more expensive You can stretch your
mixture with meal extender, and no one will be the wiser.
BREADED VEAL PATTIES
l ib. |, md veal 1 tap parsley flake*
l t nvelope unseasone I vege-
table protein meat extender 1
- cup v *
1 tsp. tall
1 clow ot garlic, minced
m.\ meal extender with water. Let stand 10 minutes.
i mbtne all ingredients except bread crumbs and oil. Mix
well Shape Into eighl flat patties Spread bread crumbs on flat
surface and presi patties on Ihem, coating both sides Heat oil
on moderate heal and fn patties until don.-, turning once Serve
inch or dinner with mashed potatoes and salad. Serves

With tn. rel in.....risk fall weather (at least for us un-
fortunate northerners) we turn our thoughts to cold weather
dishes And what tweeter waj to warm the Insides than with a
dish "i steaming tzimmes There are many varieties ol
tzimmes. and this is one version:
With Pai t 1 Ingredient*:
Mix hoi water, oil an I salt. Cool. Ad I i ggs and matzo n
Cover and put in refrigerator t"i 45 minutes. Shape matzo mix-
ture mi" sm ill balls and drop Into boiling chicken soup, (''">k
covered for 15 minutes. Rem. ve r i 111 soup and sel mal
aside.
T/IMME8
With Part 11 ingredi. nU:
Grease a two-quart rectangular casserole dish, i ul in yams,
then carrots, currants, apple and pineapple chunks (save Juice).
Sprinkle with brown sugar. Top with the matzo balls and cover
the whole casserole with the reserved pineapple juice. Hake at
400 degrees for about 40 minutes. Raste about every 15 minutes.
Part I 1 No. 303 can carrot slices.
1 cup matzo meal drained
1'j tsps.salt '; cup brown sugar
11 cup oil 1 No 303 can pineapple
4 cup hot water chunks and juice
3 eggs, beaten Yt cup ctirrats
Part II 1 small apple
1 40-oz. can yams, drained (peeled and diced)
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iFriday. December 6, 1974
* knisl fkridtfon
Page 13-B
Bob MitpucUi
A^A^^A-A^WAm
^"*W<\/^A ROBERT WINTER
Robe 1 Adam, son ol Mr, and
. Philip Winter, iii be
rfitzvah mi Saturday, Dec.
,i Temple Emanu-El.
Rol on has atten .< Temple
i-KI religious school foi
i ;ii Nautilus Junior High
elebi inl ill be hi ;
i e ttoi
thei '' Co ne i Win-
rid Rodparents i:. and
ael Nelkin i I
MVKK KAM8LRR
I lei nbei 7, Mai k,
M: and Mn Pai r-
. i] NW 172ncl si Hia-
:>' Mitzvah
|< Tifereth Jai
k i- an eighth a le stu-
,i Palm Spi in: Junior
a 11.' has reci Ived the
Seoul Awai i and the Ner
ramid Award
,111,1 Mrs Kamaler will
-i the < >iu ii Shabbal following
lervices Friday evening.
Grandparent! expected to at-
tend are Mr. and Mrs Leslie
: imslei and Mr. and Mrs Hei -
in Zagofia. "ui "i town guests
nil] include ins great-aunts ami
nele Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wels.
in,i Miss Louise Kamsler i>f
New York
r '
LEON BOOH
Leon, ton -<>f Mr. and Mrs.
David Egozi, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at" Temple Menorah
Saturday morning, Dec. 7.
Leon is a seventh grade stu-
: nt mi Nautilus Junior High
Mil.
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Notionally Known
Manufacturers...
MNE DOUBLE KNITS.
POLYESTER BLENDS,
ROBERT ARKIN
R iberl Todd, ion ol Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Vrkin, will l>?
'i to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Satui I ly Dec 7. al Tem
pie Beth Sholom
Rob rl i- a stu I nl in B lit

573fl
I IUREL WYNER
Lai -lit
Bernard W \ n t. will
M I
7, at Ti
Hollyv i the 11
lip *ei and n ading
ii : th Torah
The ri i brant a venth Brad
tu lent at Utw S -ho i
i- an award winning membei o
the wimrning lPtn
Mr and Mrs Wyner will sp in-
'it the I Ine | S i ibbat in honor
of the occasi n The guesl will
lude Laurel's grandnarents,
Mr' R >-c Wyner and Mr .in I
Mm Harm Hart hi r grea' aunt,
MiM Dorothy Sdi-r of Ha" in
dale and her Breal uncle, -lack
Scher of Lake Worth. .
( BAIG RIEOELHAI'PT
t'rai? David. ">n of Mr ad
Mrs Lawrence Riegelhaupti wilr
become Bar Mitovah Saturday,
Dec. 7. at Agullath Israel He-
hrew Institute.
Crai>;. an eighth made student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
is a on mber of the school band.
A reception in honor of the
Bar. Mitzvah will be given by!
his parents immediately after
the services, in the synagogue.
Relatives attending will include
Mr and Mrs David Kiken,
grandparents; Jack Kiken, un-
cle frorft, Jersej City, N J Mr,
and Mrs Louis Lev ine, aunt and
uncle; and l>: ind Mrs. Mon-
Stone,
KENNETH WANCER
Kent oth P oti son ol Mi
\i si i W an ter II be
d me Bar Mitz ah Saturdaj. Dec
'," : .a El
Kenm
| m F K 'nnc I; Juni u
S
The H be hon
'
B Die 1'
H |n ith r Mrj '-' n
. indfal
-i.i. k v. ;er ill nd.
Kenneth Wanger leon Egoii
Ho mony Chaptet Celebrates
Harm my i hapti r, B'nai l'.'nt'i
m. will eslel its Ch in ikah
i ,1 lav at 8 p ui
in ih< i. rsc i B ink, 301 Ar
thur (i Ifr -y Rd Mi mi I'.
; r i lam wil include appro
priat eft hments
i
S32-4061-
Everybody**
Tulkiiifi About..
t
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We photograph your neighbor i. Why Not You?
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Color Portraits, from s50
Weddings from* 17500
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Home and Outdoor Sitiirgs
Restcation of Old Photographs
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'Zfofifiy 'ZfotidcufA
Robert Arkin Robert Winter
Free Loan Assn. Meeling
A i tin neetin >- held b;
the Greater Miami Hebrew Fre;
l oan Association on the f- urth
'In "day of each month. 'I'll
meeting Tuesday. D begin at 1 p ii. In the Financial
Federal at "55 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Dr. Nathan, R
Spector i- president.
Sunshine Chapter Party
. Sun hine Chapter, B'nai B'rit'i
Women, is planning a Cbanukail
Tarty and candlelightinn Thurs-
day. Dec 12. at 12:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal at 633 NE
l7th St. Refreshments will be
served.
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^Jen/ft nfrririfan
+Jewisii Fk>rid/an
Obituaries
BERMAN. Sarah. 88, of Miami
B( ich. Levitt.
DCBIN Kopit, <:. of Miami IUm.1i
Rh eraldi ...
EISEXBERG, Benjamin, 15, ol Miami
Beach. Newman,
FRIED, Phillu. SO. o( Miami Beach.
Blasber* ,. ,
Hawkins. Lorralni Susan, M. ol
Mi.,1111 Gordon.
HOKWITZ. Mildred K 61. ol Mlanj
Rlvei hi.
DAVIDSON Rose, 78. of Miami
Beai h. Gordon Interment, mi New
i ellleler v
EXCEL, Pauline, 72, "f Mlam
Riverside ,, .
l! \.\s R< berl of Mlam
R|v. rslde .,
PLOTNIK, Isadore, Be. ol M
h Rh rslde
B> IRLAND. ICdward, '.'. ol M
Bi m l. Blasbi re.
Cl i iNEN, Matilda, 71. ol Miami
, ,,
Z VHLER. >"" ol M
, h Blasbi re
; \i E, William. ... : Hialeah.
;.>rdon ,.,
HAXDWERGER. !' ttv, 89. of Miami
j,,| x p |||D W of Mam: He:n-h
Ni wman. ...... ,
KOUB, Benjamii Miami Beacit.
rsldi ... ....
NFO ITEI i i Pat. i.i Xorth Miami
Beach, Levitt. ....._ .
I ...- i ai.. AUi Miami
s il'XPEHS don North
Miami. Rlversldi
. 'HTER Ti ma. 17. Ol Miami
tlversldi
sul OMOX Gertrude X.. 74. of Miami
h i; irdi
ZIMMERMAN. Rebecca, 80. ol Miami
pldi
II [AND, Wl Ham 7. of Miami
,. h lii\i rsldi
GELLER Saraui I, 75, of Miami
Beaoh Rlv. rsidi ,
KANTOR. Dr Norman, 4.. or .oral
Gables Riverside,
KAPLAN. Rae. 76, of North Miami
B, m h N *> w
LEFKOWITZ. Gitssls 80, ol Miami
Beach, Levitt
l.ll'SKY Esther, 71, of Miami.
MASS. Joseph C., of Miami Beach.
Ilia.-bent. ...
M \STKHS. Joseph 61. of Miami.
Riverside
ORKIIV, William. .<. of Miami
Beaoh. Riverside.
SASKIN, Edward A.. 73. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
SIGAI-OVE Anna, of Hialeah.
Cordon. .
STERN. William H 74. of North
Miami Beach Riverside,
TEITI.ER. Beatrice Ethel. 16. of
Weal Miami. Gordon,
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Serving trie Jewish Community since IMS.
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ARRANGEMENTS
947-279U
133BS W DIXIE HWV., N.M.
MARKS, Dorothy It.. 71. of Miami
Beach RHersiue
N u A i Is. Sol. 85. of Miami Beach.
N,\\ mai
Ri i.i. .- \\ D iv d E of Miami
i .. i. Riven
8 \cn i;i T .. 77, of North
..li..i. i R'vel sid
SI. ol Miami.
I v .
i i ,i i-\ m ..mi Beach,

ENU ll"M i' 76, Of BouHj
I \ I ,:i i;. Pi art. 7J, "f Miami
i h M 77. Of Miami
Rei i Itlve aide
I l.\ INE Bi ".nil H 76, Of Miami.
ilea Jerse)
l \ XBOX. Prances. 7.'. of I.iuder-
Lakes Rlvi rslde
N ,, ob. 7'.. of North Miami
Bi h i lashers;,
B S Susan \\ U. of Miami.
i|de
. \. Man-. 74. of Miami Hi-arli.
R.vi rslde.
VVACHTEL. Joseph. 65, of North
Miami Ui a, i l.. vitt.
ri iHEN. Meyer 76. of Miami
Beacli mm don
FEl'ERMAN, .'a, k, 72, Of Miami
Bi ai li Rl> i rslde.
HOFFMAN, Irvine;, BO, el Surfslde.
Rlvei side
SE" !A1 .1 Ha, 'l. i f Miami B.nch.
Got don.
WINTER. Stella TI, of North Miami
Beach, Levitt.
AI TMAN li i- 7 \ '.
Miami actl I., vitt.
VRENW xl I' Bldi i >_. of Miami
mb. iti\eralde
s William. ;.. of Miami
Beach, Levitt.
COHEX, Fuedu. 77. of Miami Beach.
bemr.
i i'i\ \.. Milton, 15, .f Miami Beach.
Riv, rslde.
EI8R.NBKRG. Santoel. H. of Miami
Bi sen. Riverside.
BI nirr Herman. !'4. of Miami Beach.
Riverside. '
h.iT;:. Nathan. RO, of North Miami
Beach BlaFhere*
P'TKRMAV. Helen. 77. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
SI "TIE 1 l'uth. >. of North Miami
Beach. Riverside.
BERMAN. Ann. of Miami Beach
Riverside. Interment Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
pon\' PhlllD, 6. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
FFfNGOLD Bettv 74. of Miami
Beach. Blasbera.
HI.I MAN. Samuel. 79. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
HA BERMAN. Morris, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
Huffman Motile, of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
MBTBICR Solomon. -%, of Miami
Beach Levitt.
WERBUlW. Rebecca. 8!. of Miami
Beach Blasberc.
HB-VTiiv Bessie H of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
I'i iMnMi .Tulin :!>. of Miami
Beaefh. Riverside
FRIEDMAN Jacob .' of Bay Harbor
bland Service* In River Forest ill.
JANOVER William 84. of North
Miami Beacb Levitt
Ki KIN. Esther. 78. of Miami Bi h
Rtveralde
l FFK'i i\\ ITZ Ji X phll 82, of Miami
h Gordon.
LIBBHOBER Isldori SI of Miami
Been n lordon.
MARK. Mendi 74, of Miami 1
Riverside
RAVNER Aan n .-: of Miami
''.onion Interment Star f Dai I
Memorial Park.
SHAPIRO, Barbara, M. of South
Miami i
SHAPIRO Henry. 4. of North Miami
! Riverside
BA88, Reuben II T8, of North Miami.
Levitt
GRBENBERG 1dm. 15, of Miami
irdon.
JABLONS Harry I.. 77. of North
Miami Beai li l'.l\
K MME1 Phllln of North Miami
h, Levitt,
PERLIN. Ruth, 4. of Miami r-
1 merit Mount Nebo Ce-
meterv.
SCHMIDT. Steohan 71 of North
Mian
SCHWARTZ, Pale. 68. Of North Miami
Beach Gordon.
TENDLER \ m H.. 74, of Miami
Bead Rlversldi
\\ ISE [da. 7:>. of North Miami
... vitt.
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Question
Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(C) Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
Why is the main body of
prayer (Sh'Moneh Esreh) re-
cited in a whisper when it
is recited by individual wor-
shippers?
The Zohar (P'kude. 202a>
gives two reasons. One reason
centers around the requirement
that no other human being
should hear these prayers com-
ing from the worshipper's lips.
In this regard the Zohar com-
ments that if another human be-
ing would hear these words they
would not be accepted as com-
munication on high.
It is perhaps possible to In-
terpret this explanation as mean-
ing that care should be taken to
understand that one is in com-
munication with the One on
High. If the words are audible
to other people it is not clear as
to whether the words were meant
to reach God or whether they
were intended to reach some
other human being. If they are
chanted in a whisper, thus being
out of hearing reach of other in-
dividuals, it is evident that they
were meant to reach the Almigh-
ty's ears.
The Zohar furthermore states
that the Almighty does not need
volume in order to hear one's
prayers. Reciting one's prayers
with volume would possibly indi-
cate that the Almighty could not
hear the words unless they were
offered in intense volume. This
would hence be a challenge to
the powers of hearing of the Al-
mighty.
Some claim that the prayers
are said in a whisper because the
Almighty and man are locked
into an intimate relationship dur-
ing the dialocue of praver. in the
course of which man feels close
to the Almighty Thu. audible
vnlume is not only unnecessary.
it also threatens the intimate
character of prayer between man
and the Almighty.
There arc some who claim that
when the worshipoer is offering
these pravers in the midst of a
congresation he should say them
in a whisper so as not to disturb
the other worshippers in their
prayers.
Why do traditional wor-
shippers sway back and
forth in prayer?
Many point to a verse in the
Psalms (Chap. 35) where it is
written. "All my bones shall
speak, etc." Prayer is thus not
iust a "lip service" but also an
offering of thr- whole of man.
When speaking intensively man
ttuuwi his whole being into his
expressions.
Others claim that since prayer
takes the place of sacrifice, it is
to be understood that the Al-
mighty has the rigW to claim
man's whole being as a sacrifice.
Thus man iwaya in prayer M an
indication that he owes his
whole to the Almighty, i e both
body and soul.
Some claim that this practice
of swaying while in prayer is an
Indication that "actions speak
louder than words" and that.
therefore, man's prayers are
symbolic of his action which is
bein;* dedicated to the service
of the Almighty.
David Frye Concert Sunday
At Temple Sinai, N. Dade
David Frye. world famous im-
prossionist. will present a one
man concert at 8 p.m. Sunday in
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
Tickets are available by calling
the temple office. David Frye's
only Miami appearance, this con-
cert is a kick-off for Temple Si-
nai's Fine Arts Series which of-
ficially begins on Jan. 26.
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLET
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-3?524
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marrlaai
HONNIE JEAXE BOOTH.
u Ifl
AI LEN8OEORaE BOOTH.
TiV'Vukv (JEORQE BOOTH
, ,, U illiiini lti'"tli .,
I5(i Mile Road R (Hi > -
I'nlon Cllv, Mli hljan ."'''. ,,
YOr ARE HEREIN SOI frl P
n u an action for Dissolution ol M -
rail .H. required li ery< "i
your written d' '
on Kwltni v. K new & S I
torney* for Pel.....ner. wl
I, | Road. Miami
Florida ., d ri e the nrlalnal "">' !'"'
clerk of thi al stj led i ou
December 27. l"7t
will be entered axalnsi you
fur I hi '' l!l '' '
or petition
Thh otli i -l ill be Mlb *i d nnn
each week for four r-onsei utlve weeks
In THE ,IE lH KLOR1DIAN
wits ESS mv hand snd the l '
said couri :n Miami, Florida on tins
llilh das N"i v< mbi r, l7l
H i VHP P BRINKER
A* I lit Coll
I ., i, Counts i
Ri I. SNEEPEX
An Deputi Clerk
fCli ii "'' -
i; ITXEA KR< h iP A
si HEIXRERG P v
420 IJm -in R '! Suite SIS
Miami
Al ton i for Petll i
11 (9 12 S-1S-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. OWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7355
In UK Estate of
BEXJAMIX SILVERBERG a k n
ABRAHAM BENJAMIN Sll.\ ERBERQ
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors end All Persons Hav-
niK t'laims or Di-maiuls AsTalnat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renuir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
which ron may have aaainst the es-
tate Of BKNAJMIN Sll.VKKUKKG
k a ABRAHAM BENJAMIN SII-
VERRERG dei-er.sed late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Circuit Judses
of Dade Countv. and file the name in
duplicate and as provided In BeoUon
733.1*. Florida Statute- in their of-
fices In the Countv Courthouse in
Iiade County. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time Of the
first publication hereof or the same
will be barred.
Piled al Miami. Florida, this ::'nd
(lav ..I November. A !> 19H
EVE STKKI E
JOYCE NEWMAN
BEATRICE KIRSHENBACM
Ai Bxecutiii ss
First publication of this noti on
the -:'ih daj of November. i'-74
SHAPIRO (TRIED, WEIL A BCHEER
Attoi n< 'or Estate
4"7 lain oln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
11/29 ll/l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7358
,t, RE Estate of
HANNAH BIL.VERBERG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit snd All Persom Hav-
iiik Claims or Demands Ajralnst Bald

You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clalnu .. l di mands
whli h you mat havi naalnsl tin
late of HANNAH sll V'ERBERG de-
i a- late of i i.i i, i 'ount> Florida,
to the Clrcull Jadaei i i Dadi County,
and fill in dunlii ate and as
i" ded In Si Florida
a, in ib, ii i tt ps In the l out -
ty Courthi ua< i D idi Counl
rids within four calendar mi ntha
he lime of the flrsi pul
hereof, oi will be I
Filed m an I la this Hi I
dai of Xi \ emlM i \ < 1974
STEEI E
JOYCE M'w \l \N
BEATRICE KIHSHEXHACM
A Exe< u
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Friday, December 6, 1974
STATE OF FLORIDA
OEPARTMENT OF STATE
OKFLIMINARY CERTIFICATE
0PFR!oRPORATE DISSOLUTION
l The Name Vnd Uj The Authority
V'1'^ r r/'wBoM THBgE PRE,
\J5ttWo.ME..HffIrTl.N,;s:
Bl'l RffiBBACH, FI...-..PA
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N,, .. ,. ni KEin
the i.
in In del Hi- I [I.
, MlliAN 1 IMITED l V
lid nam< h lera oi
i unty,
' HIDAN MM1TED
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1,23 Arthur Godfrey 1
Miami Bench. Floi '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 74-7322
Wll.l I AM A M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml i HI Pel is H.tv-
1 ms oi l'. mai il> Aaralnsl Bald
You -. notlfb d and r null
ed to pi ,| damai ds
yi ii in.iv ha> e
tat. of w n.l.lam a mills de. i ,
ed late ol Dade 'ountv, Plorida, b th<
li County, and
aan e in duplli ate and as pro-
\ i'i. 'i in Bi ctlon 73S.1i Fuji da Stat-
11 ti ........fflcea in the County
Courthouse in Dade County I
within tour calendar months from"
the nine ,,f the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Date.i in Miami. Florida, this 2Cth
uay of November \l> l74
ROGER .1IH.IJI
s- Administrator
t publication of ihi. notice on
tin tsui day of November i'7t
HARRIS *,- BIRKIN PA '
Attorney for Administrator
5th Floor
21 XE First Ave.. Miami. Fla
n n u c
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREH1 GIVEN that
the andersirmed dealrlna to enaaste
m business under the fictitious nasne
.f PEPE KIN a al E Mh Avenue.
Hialeah Fla Intends to reKlater said
name with the Clerk of the I ir.uit
Court of Dade cunt% Ptorlda
J08E A VBOA %
i: I-U-20-S7
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 7* 33058
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN kk THE MARRIAOE OF
MERE! I.CCIE REINNINGER.
PETITIONER
and
JAMES ELGENE REINNINOBR
IIE81HINHKNT ___
Tii JAMES ELGENE REINNINOBR
, o Baao Lima
Humble I 'ii Company
.Marine Department
Houston Texas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action foi Disaotutlotl 0l Mar-
riage has been filial Mutual RM and
you are reeyulred to serve a eop] f
\ nr written defenaea if anv. to it
,ri l,.\w OFPTCE OF ROBERT H.
in UN's, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address la Suite 4i'> ti" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach Florida and file
the original with the clerk of the ah, w
styled ,-ourt on or bef.-r. December
.: i''74. otherwise a default will he
ed agalnsl you for the n lief d< -
ded In the complaint T petition,
Thi -hall Dubl al A once
each week for four n nsecul ve weeks
In THE JEWISH I'i i IRIDIAN
\\ ITNE8S mi hai d ai I II seal of
al Miami Fl da, on tins
14th RICHARD P BRINKER
.\- Clerk Cln u I i
11 oi. n Ida
Hn I. BNEEDFN
A- ii. i ut] Clerk
fClrcuil 'out i Be il I
I AW OFFICES OF
ROBERT \ II Rl'RNS
I || ..In Road
Miami i ; oh Florida
All I s] lor Pi in:
1! ii-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY Gl> F.N II li
I ii engage In
under the I name of
.1 \ I i-:n al N \\ \ u
P O llo M.I M BISK
Intends r.. r, it ii
f thi Circuit < url Hade
i Florid
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HERI thai
the u
ii
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Miami I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI |Kin im 1 N that
"" ge 111
ii-iii-- un.br th, flctltlou iim of
Bis-
1 ayne Boulevard, in the Clti of Mi-
l the
said i.arn. with the Clerk ol the Clr-
uri oi i i:oi. i 'ounti Florida
Dated al Miami. Florida, this u-th
oaj or Novembi i r.;i
BTl'ART P, Hosr.
... OEOHOE J DePONTia
Michael Reh has
i for Applicant
.- w 4". Street
Miami, Florida
11/29 12/-13-!0


December 6, 1974
j^h/<#' AtafMbn
Page 15-B
lendale citizens presenting $2,000 check representing
proceeds of the Riviara Holiday Service Fund project
lid the Meals On-Wheels program lot elderly shut-ins
Jed I. Peter Fruchtman and Maurice Lipson, (left) and
. Tennenbirg end Lahore Birgel, (right). Accepting
ne Greenspan, execu iva di-sctor of the Jewish Vo-
::.al Service, which sp: :i rors the nutritional project.
JVS Nutritional Project To Be
kip ported By \\n\\iuu\n\v Citizens
IV'S Nutritional Project,
-. rving 940
ich week rl iv
it .. :: Ij residents <>f Miami
Hi, is hoping t<> expan
I to -crvc a larger mm
ound persona.
projf presently delivr*
t r da to sh it-ins, and
ting list r-
\'i i in-, d 'ins service. Me :.
sc people have benn
:: or live month-, and
n ol the pr >f am is
(\ needed
of eoTr:. il c;ti7f>TS
IK in Hallandale. a ho learn
thi< situal n, he under-
:>i help su .'i-it -li e
l btnent ol :i Mi als On win-,-is
ram l'h -. th<
il Is ot th
^ervic Funn. an initial cot.':!
button of $12,000. toward this
; 'articipants in thi : t -n
; i" n> ir.v were I Ppter Frucht-
man, Maurice Lip*on, Eugene
tspan, executive director of
the Jewish Vocational Service
ph Tannenber-.;. Isadore Ber-
; el. Sam Pine and .! *ph i'.laek-
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Mian i Beach has approved the
officer- listed below for the 1973
term of office. On Thursday, Jan.
9. they will be Installed at th-
Beau Rivage Hotel.
Included are .1 3e| h H Slegel,
pn Ident; Joseph Milgrom, firil
\ ii e president; Morris I
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Phil ip Cameron, third vice pre*
ii at: Mo.ne Cameron, r "Cording
secretary; Hone) Magid, finan-
cial secretary; Gordon Kozda,
I in r; Joseph Aimbin! t,
corr \
man, parliamei i and chap
Nathanial GoWa'ick, as
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County Judge Meek B Robin
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manager of th" Miami ;'. ai
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Top leaders of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation attended
the recent 43rd General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, held
in Chicago during the same week
the Palestinian Liberation Or-
ganization and Yassir Arafat
Ml officially recognized at the
I'nitcd Nations
The CJF is the association of
central community organizations
Federations, Welfare Funds,
Community Councils which
serves 800 Jewish communities in
the United States and Canada.
Some 2,200 delegates repre-
senting 210 member Federations
participated in the four day con-
, ave, which was devoted to an
intensive assessment of the cen-
tral issues and priorities of the
people of Israel as well as the
urgent concerns at home and
overseas. Particular emphasis
was placed on way? and means
of reinforcing Jewishneea in the
areas of education, family life
and synagogal relations.
Aharon Yariv, Israel's Minis-
ter of Information, and Pinhas
Sapir. chairman of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, addressed the
assemblage on Israel's plight in
the Mid-East.
General Yariv urged Jews to
assess the mounting threats to
Israel's survival, both in Jewish
terms and in global terms, and
reminded all that Israel will con-
tinue to look for political move-
ment even at the price of com-
Top Leaders Attend 43rd
General Assembly Of CJFWF
promise, but it will not compro-
mise security.
Pinhas Sapir, former Israel Fi-
nance Minister, called upon Jews
everywhere for unprecedented
support of the people of Israel
as the only reply to the Arafat-
led PLO. He urged every Jewish
community to express openly and
clearly complete repudiation of
Arafat and unqualified identifi-
cation with the State and people
of Israel.
Dr. David W. Weiss, a refugee
of Nazi Europe who became a
noted cancer researcher at the
University of California before
settling in Israel, inspired a
sense of optimistic dedication.
Judaism has "irrevocably led
us to the idea of the sanctity of
existence" he said, and ". that
survival is now more difficult.
Precious lives are being lost in
Sinai and the Golan but precious
lives are also being lost in in-
difference. If you (the Jewish
leaders) will become the leaders
of action and knowledge you
will bring about a rebirth of
Jewish vitality "
In response to the theme "(ri-
ses and Response: the New Chap-
ter." delegates passed a series of
resolutions pledging maximum
support of urgent local and na-
tional service programs and de-
termination to upgrade the qual-
ity of Jewish life.
Among the major forums at
the assembly were: current prob-
lems and programs on behalf of
Soviet Jewry; community rela-
tions issues in America npolicy
in the Middle East; an updated
view of the philosophy of Fed-
erations and the impact of the
evolving changes: Federation-
synagogue relations; Jewish edu-
cation and Jewish family life.
Leading the Miami delegation
were Harry B. Smith, president
of the Federation; Marilyn (Mrs.
Hairy B.) Smith, president ol
GMJF Women's Division: I..
Jules Arkin. general chairman of
the 1975 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adler,
Rabbi and Mrs. Shimon Azulay.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fi.-her. Mr
and Mis. Morris Futernick, Mrs.
Merton Gettis. Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein. Jerry' Isan, Rabbi Ralph P
Kingsley, Rabbi Morris Kipper,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lefton.
Mrs. Burton Levey, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Lipoff, Rabbi Stanley Ring-
eJewisli FloiridliLan
Friday. December 6, 1974
Page 17-B
ler, Mrs. Sam Rosen, Mrs. Rob-
ert Russell, Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Howard Scott. Mr, and
Mrs. Morton Silberman. Mrs.
Mike Sumberg. Peter Tell and
Mrs. Irving Wexler.
OKTs National
Plionathon Sun.
Southeastern Florida Region,
Women's American CRT. (Or-
ganization for Rehahiltation
Through Training) will partici-
pate in a national choruthon
prior to the lighting of the first
candle Sunday from 10 a.m to
10 p.m. to ask every woman
called to share C'hanukah with an
ORT student.
Mrs. Esther Bclfer. vice presi-
dent, and membership coordin-
ator, said that chapters are plan-
ning C'hanukah parties during
the following week. Each woman
contacted will be invited to at-
tend a party in her area.
As an expression of her faith
in the everlasting miracle of
Jewi-h survival, each woman who
^is called will be asked to join and
help kindle the flame of hope
for a productive future by en-
suring an ORT education for to-
day's Jewish youtn.
CRT strives to open its doors
to Jews in need of vocational
training everywhere in the world.
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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
Tnt S'-*t .N THi '.J"3* ^LAIR


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>Jeist fhridfiar
Friday, December 6, 1974
Abigail Van Buren To Speak
At NCJW CUIfl Care Luncheon
The Greater Miami Se<
Natl nal Council of Jewish W >m-
en will ; '> ail Van
Buren, wfco is known to millions
T people Hirou [houi the world
a "Dear Kb
!.':'1
11:3 i
. R H
Abby in pi
-
Forceful, s;
(he United SI and abro
In a ':lv cl-
,.....',' radio
CBS network.
k
on ti I
:i Moi '
!?S). and has writ-
ers "Dear
Abby" and Dear T
Jap-
anese, 1
r is -Dear
A Hapoy Char To AM .
HAROLD & BOB GRUDER
of the
MONACO
>sots:l
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 932-2100
Our Wishes for Your Heaiir.
One And All .
Oak Feed Store
NATURAL FOODS
3030 GRAND AVENUE
COCONUT GROVE. FLA.
Phone 449-7595
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
6 Days A Week
Sundays Until 8 P.M.
A Happy Chanukah To Al
0VERH0LT
JEWELERS
Crossroad Building
7220 Red Road
South Miami
Phone 665-2112
Holiday Greetings to AM
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenfon & Muska
REALTORS
529 Arthur GorKr^v Re.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-0631
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
A Happy Chanukah To All .
D. T. C Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
Abby on Mania
ter Miami S sup-
port- the VM V\v:i \ 11 Care
Pro ra;n for children between
f 2' -3 years The
mothers of these children must
r children are
uality care
day.
.'; ;- the '". ll
n the
been put
under the >' Di
v < bj the
Hersey Riley To Speak On
'Honesty In Government'
Hersey E Riley wiTl apeak
"Honesty in Government" I
"uesd g al
;- the Forte Aud '- '
West Aw.. Miami Bea
Mr. Riley, a devoted repr
e t compi n cause
d in Economics
j of Kan-as and is
rs. He
has hel I impoii
" -
ti th ona La
S
land
ABIGAIL VAN BI/RfN
["h
are in Foster Group
- for a period of se
i
they d and
>l
n pi od
Tickets may be obtained by
j ,< Couni il ffici 42 10
Biscayne Bivd .
|y M
S
Jev
.
-'
GARY-LILLY OF FLORIDA
2901 N.W. 34th Street 635-5341
LILLY PULITZER N. KRADITOR
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL .
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
GREATER MIAMI
OPER\ ASSOCIATION
1200 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 854-1643
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
CHANUKAH GREET'NGS PRO,'.' .
I*awli Industries
9701 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
PHONE 221-821'
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
PHONE 891-3684
REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS-CONTRACTORS
HOT WATER HEATERS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
12747 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
NEW AND USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
A HAPY CHANUKAH TO AlL .
BRESSERS CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DR. and MRS. HYMAN KAT7
AND FAMILY
i ..
Jean and David Miller
Ruse ami Irrinse 'Sptwum
MILLER-NEWMAN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
582 N E. 92nd Street, Miami Shores, Telephone 7571636
Telephone 757-1636
H&toiSh
extend best wishes to all their friends
for a very happy Chanukah
Formerly Shores 'nsurance Agency
dcicjcjys louOg0S & Liquors
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Decor Concrete Railing
by
CONCRETE UNLIMITED INC.
3901 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG., 221 N.W. 1 st Court Miami
Phone 373-1257
FONTANA HOTEL
2642 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
MANNCRAFT EXHIBITORS SERVICE INC
720 ALTON ROAD Phone 672-5531
Miami leach. Florida
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
E. ALLEN BECKER PHOTOGRAPHERS
426 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH 532-2351
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SUNSET HOTEL
Telephone 531-0446
4025 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
lti:i -Afiltl. hoi 13.
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
A HAPPY CHANUKAH fO~ALL-------*!fl------------'
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restauran*. B 9660 L. BAY HARBOR DR SURFSIDE, FLA.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
HIGGINBOTHAM
TIRE and ART GALLERY
00SA*/.^h-S^rt,^#mi
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Friday, December 6, 1974
fJenist FhrpJHur
Page 19-B
Yaffa Dernier Hostess Of Dec. 10
Meniber-Briiig-A-Menibcr Luncheon

Lincoln Roncy Miami Beach
Chapter, Women's League For
Israel, will have a "Member-
Bringta-Member Luncheon,"
lay noon, hosted by culinary
artisl Yaffa Deraer, wife of ex-
.. Byor Jay Dermcr, at their
home. 2525 Flamingo pi.
It is expected that every paid-
up member will bring a new
member, but where this presents
a problem, a donation for Israel
will be acceptable as admission.
Yaffa Dormer was born in Is-
rael and is an ardent and untir-
ing worker for the welfare of
Israel She is a life member of
the Lincoln Ronoy Miami Beach
let of the Women's League
and hosted many luncheons in
order to boon the chapter's
n'-mbrrship roster.
Hither Usoskin, vice president,
will present Mrs. Dormer with a
plaque in appreciation for her
outstanding service and loyalty
to the Women's League For Is-
rael and Aida Yaslo and Lillian
Winter will receive citations for
yean of dedicated service.
Aula Yaslo, concert pianist,
life member and program chair
man, takes time out of a busy
schedule to secure a diversified
and interesting arti'tic program
to suit the time and place of
each affair.
Lillian Winter, life member
and hospitality chairman, pur-
chases and supervises refresh-
ments for every meeting.
The Women's League For Is-
rael will celebrate its 47th an-
niversary in 1975 working for the
social, economic and educational
welfare of Israel's youth. Homes
are maintained in Haifa. Tel
Aviv. Jerusalem and Nathanya
where young immigrants not only
find a home, but a new way of
life.
In the Nathanya Home, blind
and handicapped young people
are rehabilitated so that they
n ,iy gain dignity by leading a
self-supporting and independent
life.
T'.ic most recent project of the
Women's league For Israel is a
$100,000 Scholarship Endowment
Fund at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem with priority given
to disabled veterans returning
from the Yom Kippur war, en-
abling them to continue their ed-
ucation and build a future for
themselves and Israel.
Since the luncheon will take
place on the second day of
("hanukah, Mrs. Dormer, appro-
priately, will relate the history
and meaning of Chanukah. Aida
Yaslo will entertain with a di-
versified musical repertoire.
Frances Resnick is chapter presi-
dent.
Mizrachi Dinner
Scheduled Jan. 8
Mizrachi-Hapoel Himizrachi,
Greater Miami Region, has sched-
uled its annual Scholarship Ban-
quet for Wednesday evening. Jan.
8. at the Eden Roc Hotel. Rabbi
Sheldon X. Ever, president, an-
nounced.
Guests of honor will include
Mr and Mrs. Max Hecht. Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Kuttler, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis W. Young. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kahn and Mr. and Mrs
Emanuel Ungar
The Greater Miami Mizrachi
Chapter is a branch of the Re-
ligious Zionists of America,
which is celebrating its 72nd an-
niversary this year. Mizrachi ac
comphshments include Youth
Aliyah programs, free loan
agencies, aid to Refugee Rabbis,
support of Yeshivot and housing
developments.
Mt. Scopus
Tree Grove
For Martyrs
"Echoes of the Yom Kippur
War still resound in Israel," said
Harry A. "Hap" Levy, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Friends of tho He-
brew University, as ho announc-
ed the planting of a grove of
trees on Hebrew University's
Mount Scopus campus in memory
of the university students, teach-
ers and employees who fell in
Israel's wars.
The event officially opened the
Hebrew University's 50th aca-
demic year in a sombre assembly
of relatives and friends of the
fallen students, officials and
faculty members of the univer-
sity.
One hundred and twenty five
saplings were planted, for the
125 fallen in the Yom Kippur
War.
"The grove, on the western
slope of Mount Scopus, will form
part of a green bolt circling the
campus," Levy said.
It will include one hundred
30-year-old olive trees planted in
cooperation with the Municipali-
ty's Department for the Beautifi-
cation of Jerusalem through the
courtesy of the Jewish National
Fund.
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Friday. December 6, 1974
Joey Adams To Entertain At
Home Furnishings Dinner
Joey Adams, star of v
screen and night clubs, will be
the special guest at the Home
Furnishings Israel Dinner of
State Saturday at the Eden Roc
Hotel, Bob Rubinstein, general
chairman of the Home Furnish-
ings Israel Bonds campaign, has
announced.
Slated to be honored at the
inaugural Home Furnishing! Is-
rael Bonds dinner-dance are two
leading ladies of the interior de-
sign field, Francis Hooper and
Edith Irma Siegel, recipients-
elect of the State of Israel Ma-
sada Award.
Adams, former president of
the American Guild of Variety
Artists, has served as a "good
will" ambassador for the United
States to many lands and has
toured the world for the Armed
Forces. He has also achieved
recognition in Israel for his serv-
ice in mobilizing support for that
country.
With a worldwide reputation
as a humorist and raconteur.
Adams has written a number of
best selling books. Including
-From Gags to Riches." "Joey
Adams Joke Book," "Strictly For
Laughs" He has starred in nu-
merous top Broadway shows, in-
cluding "Guys and Dolls" and
"The Gazebo." and in a number
of motion pictures, such as
Ringside" and "Singing in the
Dark.'
Adams' record of civic and hu-
manitarian work includes service
as Commissioner of Youth for
New York City, and honor- M
Man of the Year" from the
March of Dunes and the Police
of the City of New York. "Troup-
er of the Year" from Showbusi-
ness, and "Scout of the Year"
from the Boy Scouts of America.
London Florist Wins World Cup
A 27-year-old London florist
won the Interflora World Cup
Flower Design Championship in
Miami this year, the first time
the International event was ever
held in America.
The winner. Alan Nunn, won
the title in competition a
19 other professional flower ar-
ranging champi ins from all over
the world The U.S. n presenta-
tive. Phillip Rulloda of Pho
Aril. was third.
The contest, in which each of
the designers had to ere..;.' five
different floral arrangements
within specified time limits was
witnes.-ed by Borne 4.000 spec-
tators at the Miami Convention
Center. Judging was by directors
of Interflora from all over the
world.
Interflora is composed of more
than 44.000 florists in 130 coun-
tries. Florists' Transworld De-
livery iFTD> is the organization's
American affiliate.
SILL OUTThe 1975 Miami
International Boat Showslated
for the new Miami Beach Con-
vention Center Feb. 20-26 is
now "100 |>em :it sold OUl
cording to John Rodgers, execu-
tive manager of the nautical ex-
travaganza.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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PHONE: 871-3640
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SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cufiass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
G and L ROOFING COMPANY
7814 N.E. 4th Court, Miami, Florida
Phone 757-1675 49 Years in Business
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue
11211 South Dixie Hwy.
11150 N.W. 32nd Avenue
698 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 377-2766
238-2181
685-8444
947-6521
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
TRI CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY
2900 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
Phone: 642-7822
JCC Offers
Pre-School
Program
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida, in keeping
with the community's sensitivity
to inflation,
announces the
opportunity to
enroll chil-
dren in a qual-
ity pre-school
program for
less
The program
is geared to
the enrich-
ment and
heightening of
Shtlio Werner c o m m u nica-
tion of pre-
school children.
Registration is available for
two or three days a week. In-
cluded in the program is Magic
Circle, reading and math readi-
ness for first made, creative art.
dance and music experiences.
For further information for
the early childhood development
for a two day or three day pro-
gram, contact Sheila Weiner.
director. Classes will be held 3t
the Jewish Community Center
trailers located at 20400 NE 24th
Ave., North Miami Beach.
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Painter Ceala Londfield will be
featured al the monthly art
forum sponsored by the Miami
h Art Club. Inc.. in the Ro-
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Public Library Tuesday at 7 p.m.
A member of the club, she was
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Plans Complete For Dec. 15
JNF-Governoi^s BaH-Prdgram
Jay Dermer. president of the
Jewish National Fund in Greater-
Miami and Dr. living Lehman,
Foundation chairman, announce
that plans have been completed
for the Governor's Ball, Sunday,
Dec. 15, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
"We have succeeded in secur-
ing Ovadia Softer, Ambassador at
the Permanent Mission of Israel
to the United Nations, as guest
speaker," they said.
"It is so important." said Der-
mer. "thai at this particular time,
the identification of American
Jewry with Israel should be in-
tensified, and their response to
Israel's needs should be commen-
surate with the tasks that lie
ahead in Israel '
Dr. Lehrman, who has jusl re-
turned from Israel, stressed the
important role American Jewry
plays today in strengthcnin
only the economic life of Israel,
hut gi\ing '! ih to its moral
and spiritual fiber, makin
rael feel she is not alone in its
[gle for survival,
Ambassador Softer joined the
Fore i Office in 1983
after a ireer in the Israeli
Controller's Of < where he held
Your Host & Hostess
BOB and JEAN HANNA of
534 Arthur Godfrey Road
Extends to all a
Happy Chanukah
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MARIO CHUY
BEAUTY SALON
725 N.E. 167th Street
NO. MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
651-4061
'For the Wo-ian Who Cares'
A Happy Chanukah To All
masters gardens
florist
5242 W. Flagler Street
Phone 448-4655
Neisners Store
Central Shopping Center
Phone 649-5832
Flower Arrangements Special
prices for the Holidays
DAVID MUHLROD of the
STARtlTI HOTEL
750 OCEAN DRIVE, MB.
Phone 534-2161
Extends Chanukah Greetings
To All. ..
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
HAIR UNLIMITED
4869 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs
Hours
kn. thru Fri. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. 2 p.m
Phone 885-7756
the position of director of the
Efficiency Control Division.
From I960 to 1963 he was direc-
tor general of an industrial firm
building machinery in Tel Aviv.
Ambassador Soffer is a gradu-
ate of Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem, here he majored in Po-
litical Science. Economics and
Middle Eastern Affairs. He also
holds a LI..B. degree in Law from
the University of Tel Aviv and
has had legal training which en-
titled him to join the Israeli Bar
Association in 1960.
Since 1963 he held various po-
sitions in the Israeli Diplomatic
Service: he served in the Central
African Republic, and in 1969
he became the Israel Ambassador
to the Republic of Chad.
In 1968 and again in 1970 Am-
bassador Soffer was a member
of the Israel delegation to the
General Assembly of the United
Nations. In 1971 be was appoint-
ed Minister and later Ambassa-
dor at the Permanent Mission of
Israel to the United Nations
Guest artist will be Mori Free-
man, star of radio and television,
who has appeared all over the
world He wi I b accompanied
by Maestro Shmuel Fershko.
Academy Women
Meet Wednesday
A Chanukah program with fifth
and 10th graders taking part,
will be the highlight Of the opn
luncheon board meeting of the
Hebrew Academy Women Wed-
nesday. The affair will take place
at noon in the Menvitzer Build-
ing. 2425 Pine Tree Dr.,
Beach.
Kabbi Alexander S.
principal of the Greater
Hebrew Academy, will speak on
the meaning of Chanukah. the
Jewish Festival of Lights and
Dedication.
Mrs. Leonard Adler. president
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
and Mrs. Josh Rephun. wife of
an Academy vice president, are
serving as hostesses for the
Chanukah event.
The entire membership of the
Hebrew Academy Women, par-
ents and others interested are in
vited. Reservations may be made
at the organization's office.
Miami
Gross,
Miami
Joseph Novel Is Speaker
Miami Beach Chapter American
Teclmion Society. Women's Di-
vision, will have a Chanukah
celebration luncheon meeting
at noon Thur-d-.v. D<~ '2 ;n ,vi
Montmartre Hotel, 4775 Collins
Ave Jos.-ph Novel, wi K
interpreter of Jewish Literature.
will be the speak.".-, ai
Belle P Stein, president.
Arthur Sheppard, president of the Mount Sinai Medical
Center Sustaining Board of Fellows, presents a check for
S5..000 to Ted Safian, director of development for the Med-
ical Center. The funds will be used to help defray the costs
of free care for the medically indigent patients.
4]appy
from the
DIRECTORS, jy^c
OFFICERS AND STAFF f,(^^
of
j
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Main Office:
401 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach.
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Friday, December 6, 1974
Dec. 18 Chanukah Festival
To Feature Concert Artists
Two of the world's leading
artists, pianist Miiha Dichter and
violinist Pinchas Zukerman. will
perform in concert at the annual
Chanukah Festival for Israel
sponcored by the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization Wed-
nesday. Dec. 18. at the Fontaine-
b'ean Hotel. Robert L. Siegel,
general nmpaign chairman, has
announced.
Dichter, hailed by NewiweeJt's
Hubert Saal a "th? best of a new
b-eed of pianists." has played
with every major American or-
out the world. He has performed
o''"""-'" Ie?">l with the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
; i !" way, he m^de his thirl
triumphant trip to the Soviet
Union.
Zukerman has firmly establish-
ed himself among the gr-at vio-
linists cf our Jay. During the
1974-75 season he is appearing
with leading orchestras around
HISHA DICH71R
PINCHAS ZUKtRMAN
the world and such major North
American orchestras as those of
Philadelphia, Cleveland. Los An-
geles. Cincinnati. Detroit. Atlan-
ta, Toronto and New Orleans. In
addition to his concerts and re-
citals. Zukerman has conducted
the Los Angeles Chamber Or-
chestra on its North American
tour.
The Israeli-born virtuoso began
the stud) of the violin with his
fathi r at the age of seven, and.
at eight, entered the Israel Con-
rvatory and the Academy of
Music in Tel \viv.
The Chanukah Festival for Is-
rael, under the direction of Mrs.
Da\i;l Drucker, will be hold at
the Fontainebleau Hotel cm Dec
at 7:30 p.m. Admission is re-
servi I onlj i -: paid purchasers
ot a mininvim of si.000 in State
of Israel Bonds during 1974
Prospectus and informa-
tion are a> at the Israel
mds office, 420 Lincoln Rd.,
Suit.- 2A, Miami 'leach.
Holiday Greetings
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B.I.G. Day Big Success For Bonds
Hundreds of Israel Bonds vol-
unteers manned telephones Sun-
day at four locations in South
Florida and made about 3,000
calls lor the re-enrollment of Is-
rael Bond purchases on B. I. G.
Day (Bonds of the Israeli Gov-
ernment).
Robert L. Siegel. general cam-
paign chairman jf the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
declared. "This is just the be-
ginning of a massive effort
through the end of Chanukah to
reach I hose who purchased Is-
rael Bonds during the Yom Kip-
pur War who have not made a
commitment to Israel's econom-
ic survival this year."
According to Siege!, about 250
volunteers were responsible for
an early total of $267,000 in new
Hebrew Culture
Club Marking
1st Anniversary
The first anniversary of the
founding of the Hebrew Culture
Club by Mrs Sarah Cohen, will
coincide with the lighting of the
first Chanukah Candle Sunda>
That evening the Hebrew Cul-
ture Club will be holding its reg-
ular monthly meeting at Temple
Or olom.
Students of Mrs. Cohen, a
teacher in the Dadc County
S ho '1 System, have planned an
evening of Hebrew Culture, songs
and recitations in Hebrew, and
refreshments.
A] intere led in be
id members of the
Hebrew Culture Club, are invit-
ed to come to temple <*t Olom
s indaj at 7 30 p m. to eel''
The meeting will be conducted
by President Isabelle Price in
itions
for those .-till not adept in un-
derstanding the langu
Israel Bond sales Sunday. Volun-
teers will continue to make calls
to past Israel Bond purchas, I -.
although not on the same mass
scale. "We mu.-t do whatever is
necessary to strengthen Israel's
economy during these difficult
days," Siegel added.
The four sites used during
B. I. Q nnv were G. A. C. Prop-
erties and Cavanagh Communi-
ties Cor?., both in Miami. Her/
felt & Stern in Hollywood and
Shearson Haydon Stone in Ft.
Lauderda.'e.
In addition to the phone squad
volunteers representing many
area Jewish organizations and Ju-
ris? committees, high school
youth from Young I-rael of Mi-
ami, National Council of Syna-
gogue Youth, and B'noi Akn.i. a
young Zionist leadership group
travelled throughout Dado
ty picking up checks from those
who wished to pay for their pur-
chases mmediately.
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Color Slides Enter! nent Bai-B-Q Luncheon
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Julius Darsky, president of the Founders of Mount Sinai
Medical Center, Bing Kossoff, chairman of the Silver An
niversary Journal, and Samuel Gertner. executive vie3 pres-
ident cf the medical center, review the program for the
Silver Anniversary Presidents Ball. Mr. Kossoif stated his
pleasure with "the overwhelming amount of support we
have received on the medical center's first ad journal." The
journal wiil be presented Saturday, Dec. 21, at the Presi-
dents Ball in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
AIPCGets
New Chief
WASHINGTON Morris J.
A.nitay. who ha> served in both
Hou ( "I Congress, ss well a-
in t < Dei artmenl if state for
the last 12 year-;, assumed the
post of executive director of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC) this week.
Amitay, 38. was born in New
York tit; lie :- the son of a
sixth gem ration Sabra.
In April l!>i2, Amitay was ap
pointed as a Foreign Service Of-
ficer in the Department of State.
HI seven years of diplomatic
service, inc'u led assignments in
Italy as u vice consul, in the
Stat<- Department in Washington
senior staff assistant to the
Assistant Secretary of State for
Eurc ican Affairs, and as po
litical officer at thp American
Embassy in South Africa.
Amitay re igned from the
foreign service in February.
1969, <> become legislative as
-: t!: t > Rep. Bob Kas'rnmeier
of Wi -on in In early 1970, he
joined Sen. Abe Ribicoff's Senate
staff.
For more ihan 21 years,
AIPAC his conducted public ac-
tion with a view 10 maintaining
and improving friendship and
good will between the United
State? and Israel. I. L. Kenen
v.h > he! cd t organize AIPAC
in 1954, is the C ?mmittee's chair-
man
Meeting to discuss final arrangements last week for Sunday
: Emanu-El Israel Bonds dinner-dance wsre
Irving Cypon, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs.
i. and Mrs. Richard Levy. Th? Israel Bonds
honor oi Dr. and Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan re
I, -, of the State of Israel Masada Award.
Greta Carmen Speaker
"Prints vs. Painting and
tur will be the topic ol
pointer ai Ipl >r Greta Car
men il th m mthly art forum
bj the Miami Beach
\t ub Fi i Dec 13. in the
..! An litorium,
1234 v ..,! Ave., Miami
Th -. ik t .1- recentlj
issi cd to design a lar !
11 ;. ural for Temple Beth
Am.
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Page 24-B
vJewist flcridian
Friday. December 6. 1974
EDITOR. Th* Jewish Floridian:
The problem of rectifying er-
roneous and highly improper rd
marks made by an important gov-
ernment official is indeed diffi-
cult.
The correction never gets the
prominence that th? media gives
to the distorted Statement Thus,
the patent untruths uttered by
Gen. George Brown were heard
and read by countless numbers
of our citizens who will not learn
of the retraction and apologies,
or will not be impressed by the
refutation and repudiation.
THE WORST of the unfounded
charges related to the alleged In-
fluent* that the Jewish people
have on the Congress of the
United States. The recent na-
tional and state elections result-
ed in the election of three Jew-
ish senators. 21 Jewish represen-
tatives, and two Jewish gover-
II .,. ,f 505 officials f the
hi "i tortance, on'v 26 are
Jew! Y
A(t >' i" : d
p" '"'' ''')........i'i j-i-
(' !: I > '-r of>*r fini
; i o" : whose -* ar
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BLDG.
Suite 12-0
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2700 or 534-4750
A Happy Chanukah To All .
IE MONDE
JEWELERS
8538 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 221-1424
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ANNE BURNS
INTERIORS INC.
6060 LaGORCE DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Mii.vt mn
RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
Holiday Greetings
WESTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign
Children Classical & Opera
Instructions in all Instruments
8551 Coral Way 264-5232
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HOWARD
RICHMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
1071 N.E. 79th Street
Miami -751-5451
MEETINGS TO Ml
Not "Jut Another" Eating Plot*
Kenny's Restaurant
318 Araqon Avenue
Coral Gables
Phone. 44B-97A1
Open 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
----1
f. *-.-iyrji;--~*
- OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Lei Thy Words Be Brief
Koh fifth (Ecdesmstes)
i....!.::..... .;'hi .
listed and traded on the New
York and American Stock Ex-
changes will also establish the
fact that few Jews hold these in-
fluential positions.
DAVID 8. POLLOCK
Hollywood

FDITCS. The Jewish Floridian:
1 p rsoi il'y do nol attribul
i ,. ri-'i bias i:'
, n Br n's remarks that th i
Israeli forces are too
. .1 .1 lobbj In C in :'--.
with
men in the palms of their hands.
What the General reveals is a
universal military mind
ses support for small
nations wnen thi ir interests op-
pose more powerful forces. He
cannot compr hend support for
Israel on the simple ground thai
i motives dictate support for
a democratic nation against feu-
dal dictatorships bent on its de-
struction.
HE SAYS that the congress-
men and senators arc fearful of
Jewish power, but the most tell-
in,* illustration shows that Sen.
Fulbright got the support of the
two most influential "Jewish"
newspapers in the world, and
whatever -Jewish"' money went
into the Arkansas primary, but
lost resoundingly to Go v. Dale
Bumpers.
Maybe even the isolated "hill-
billies" of the Ozarks understood
that Fulbrieht's opposition to Is-
rael went against the grain of
American tradition of helping
democratic peoples all over, and
opposing totalitarianism wher-
ever it exists, regardless of our
material Interests,
For his repetition of those old.
outworn. Goebbelsian shibbo-
leths, without basis in fact, he
deserves to be removed He has
proven conclusively that he does
not deserve to head the armed
forces of a democracy.
ARTHUR ROTH
Miami
Cr a *
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Gen. Brown's Jew-baiting "lets
blame the Jews" proves that he
is not qualified to hold his pres-
ent position.
The writer is an exceptionally
i American Jew, a veteran
1 : 1 irei n wars, a retired plumb-
1 1 actor. 1 own no banks.
h ipi !-. d in't have all the
money. <**!
I KNOW many Jews who are
jusl getting by on i
vel, too proud to
go on welfare. *
Gen. Brown is a disgrace to
his uniform and country "'s
j ethnic remarks were
for hi- own shortcom-
in shades of Nazi Germany 40
years
Cm Brown's replacement
should be a man who will not
stoke the flames of hate, a man
who will represent all Americana,
rdless of ethnic or religious
affiliations.
MEYER LIPSON
Miami
Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
Sahara Motel
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
Chateau Motel
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
A First Republic Corporation of America Enterprises_____
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2973 N.W. Jftfeune Road Phone 871 -3230
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beads
Nathan S. Gumenick 672-2412
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ALHAMBRA ART GALLERY
219 Alhambra Circle
Phone 448-3585
HE**>*H
827SV ,venue Miami Florida 33135
INTER M\TIONAL]BANKUF ML\MI
A PEACEFUL AND HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
SOUTHEAST INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
ADVANCE TUBULAR SCAFFOLD STHL
SALES RENTALS
PHONE 635-2408
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
S S-Ui
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF ALL THE
J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Casey Room Air Conditioning & Repairs
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLING
5924 S.W. 68th Street, Miami
Phone 667-5194
A Happy Holiday Season To All
Kit VI TO SM,\S
TRUCK WALLS GOLD LEAF
90 N.W. 54th Street, Miami Phone 758-7025
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 912-71st St. 364-2618
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
RAY CERARDO
Expert Diamond Setting
340 Seybold Bldg.
373-5914
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CLAY HOTEL
1438 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 534-2988


December 6, 1974
^Jew/sfl thridliairi
Page 25-B
BW

1974 Hanukka coin to be issued by Israel will feature
inique 18th century menorah, on exhibit at the Tel Aviv
iseum according to announcement made by the Israel
[vernment Coins & Medals Corpoiation. This silver coin
a face value of IL 10.00 will be issued in two varieties:
.000 BU (Brilliant uncirculated) minted with a star of
rid, will have a smooth edge; and 75.000 Proof, minted
[h the Hebrew letter "mem"; will have a milled edge,
distribution of the Hanukka coin will follow the Ben-
rion Commemorative coins, due in December-January.
Iher information is available from the Israel Govern-
ment Coins and Medals Corporation Liaison Office for
jrth America, 850 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022.
Sim* *"
ar~
rs. Kenneth Schwartz OefO North Dade campaign coor-
Inator for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
division, and Women's Division president Mrs. Harry B.
mith took the opportunity of :heir recent Mission to Israel
j visit Dr. Boris Rubinstein fright) at his home near Jerusa-
jm. Dr. Rubinstein, a Soviet Jewish physicist, survived a
I1- year struggle for freedom to settle in Israel. His cause
ras assisted by the personal efforts of many South Florida
ewish leaders.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JOE GUTHRIE AND SON REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1922"
"01 It WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N W 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 576-0096
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL...
BERKSHIRE LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida 33132
Phone 373-6504
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
National Freezers
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FAIR HAVENS
LUTHERAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING^ CENTER |
201 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
Tel. 887-1565
Health and Happiness for the Chanukah Season
PILGRIM'S
APPAREL FOR MEN & WOMEN
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI________
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WILLIAM DASS CARNIVAL SUPPLIES
11629 Northwest 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 688-8389
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
Cantonas* Dishes Pit Barbaeoa Sttaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sonny Isle* Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
Evening Branch of NOW
For Career Women Formed
An Evening Branch of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
is in formation for the career
woman who is searching for
meaningful involvement and
wishes to make an "impact on
the future."
A meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Judy Gilbert, president of Great-
er Miami Section, will welcome
the group. The program presen-
tation will be "Panels for Equal-
ity." a discussion of the Equal
Rights Amendment.
Chapter Plans Luncheon
Marsha Wolfsteln Chapter.
Histadrul Women's Council,
plan* a noon luncheon and Chan-
ukah program Wednesday in the
Barcelona Hotel. Elsa Zigler.
soloist, will be featured with
Helen Skolnik at the piano. For
reservations, call Mrs. Morris
Kogan. Mrs. Tessie Kirson or the
Histadrut office. Mrs. Philip
SalU is president.
Holiday Greetings To All
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
P'lone 531-6861
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
MR. RICHARD
SANZ SALON OF
CARRIAGE HOUSE
5401 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 866-4646
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HOWIE'S
TIRE
S I L E S
Complete Line of New,
Used & Recapped Tires
13640 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 685-8313
GREETINGS TO AIL
ROBIN PHARMACY
Utility Payments I Monty Order!
Free Delivery
9920 N. W. 27th AVENUE
- 696-1221 -
A Happy Chanukah To All
Bob White's Bowling
Pro Shop &
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirts
1227N E 2nd Ave.
Phone: 374-0642
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Chanukah To All .
fKaimondo
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ADAM'S APPLE INC.
3190 COMMODORE PLAZA
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Phone-444-2111
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"tank With A Smilt 0a Palm Springs Milt"
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
421 N.W. 32nd St. MIAMI, FLA. 576-2323
HOLiOAY GREETINGS FROM .
PHUMTAIHrHEAD MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Chanukah Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone: 758-3377
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MIKE'S CIGARS OF MIAMI BEACH
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone 538-6707
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
STEINFELD CUSTOM TAILORS
ALTERATIONS FOR MEN and WOMEN
128584 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
(127 Street Shopping Center)
Phone 891-5672_________________
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
BANK OF MIAMI
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue
759-4321


P.IPHidh h rl-U-m
Page 26-B
fJevtist fhridHfrn
Rossmoor's First Phase To
Be Completed By Year's End
Kossmoor C'ocanul Creek, the
adults-only condominium com-
munity being developed near
Ponvpano Beach (Turnpike exit
2-ii w:!l complete it- fir i con
struction phase by tbe year's end.
.i> construction an.i Bales move
steadily ahead.
The development, with 5 500
residential units in 11 Caribbean
ityled "villages" was started la t
January. Over $26 million worth
of construction is "alreadv in the
{round," according to Iain
i chin. Wee president of market-
ing and .sales.
Bahama Village, the first chase,
has 304 condominium apartir. 'nt;.
Approximately 5C families have
already moved in and a heavy
schedule of move-ins is set for
the rest of the mon-th.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek's
sales now exceed $6 million, and
there has been a sharp upturn
in both traffic and sales, accord-
ing to the marketing executive
Rossmoor is now selling resi-
dences in the Nassau Village sec-
tion, and construction is sched-
BBW Membership Tea
North Dade Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a mem-
bership tea Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.
at the First Federal. 18301 Bis-
cayne Blvd. Anyone interested in
joining the organization is invit-
1 The guest speaker will b?
Mrs. Marvin Beckerman. South-
ern District Coordinator.
C
GOLDA MEIR
As the supplier ol Wood
for hospital and first-aid
services. Magen David
Adorn plays an important
pan m the defense of
our country
Ml
URGEHY
HEEDS HELP
FOR ITS
Daily emetgen-
ens demands ot
its growing popu-
lation i including
new immigrants!
anc Pie thieal ot
i new war nave TO PROCESS THE
::ealed urgent BLOOD THAT THE
Slood Dank needs PEOPLE OF ISRAEL
m Israel DONATE SO FREELY
THIS CMANUKAH GIVE A Gin OF LIFE
NE COST Of PROCESSING A PINT Of BLOOD
The people ot Israel give Magen David
AdornIsrael s National Blood Bankan the
siood it needs What is lacking is the SSO
needed to process each pint ol Blood they give
Reserves are perilously low Your gift of
SSO literally can help save a life and make
you a member of the Israel Magen David Adorn
Biooc Bank You can also Become a Support-
ing Member for $25 or a Cnai Member for $18
Whatever you can give helps meet an
u'genl need and is gratefully welcomed
To donate or |om. merely fill in the
cojpon below and attach your check
American Rao Magen Oa**j lor Israel t X X !
8 Seventh Avenue ***'
New Vorli NY USA 10019
Enclosed '* my contribution o' S
Please enroll me as a member ot me Israel IMOAi
Magen OavO Adorn Blood Ban*
Blood Bank Member SSO
D Sustaining Member S2S
C Cnar Member SlS
Enclosed is my contribution S
10 neip me Israel MOA Blood Bar*
.jy*;i
Cl,
Suie
7'P
American Red Magen Da.id lor Israel ar* au
inon/edtaaejemprorganization isIhesoles.rppurt
I arm in the United Slates ol Magen David Adorn in
I Israel
uled to start on that section early
next year.
Rossmoor Center, the com-
munity's SI.7 million social and
recreational complex, is nearly
completed, and sections of it are
already in use.
The complex has seven build
ings. Four are completed, and be-
ing equipped with furniture and
recreational equipment The com
munity management company's
offices and the communications
central are in headquarters in
one section of the complex.
According to Roy Rogers.
Rossmoor's goll course architect,
nine holes of the 18-hole golf
course were opened to resident
tor play this week, and the en-
tire layout will be opened before
the end of the month.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek is a
PUD. and a master planned com-
munity. Creator developer is
Rossmoor Corp.. based in Laguna
Hills, Calif., Rossmoor Corp. has
14 communities in seven states,
and is one of the naton's most
successful community develop-
ers.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek has
many recreational and social fa-
cilities, and a comprehensive se-
curity system. The adult com-
munity is enclosed within a 6-ft.
hijjh white masonry privacy and
security wall. Admission to the
community is by invitation-iden-
tification only, through two gate-
houses manned by Pinkerton Se-
curity Service at all times.
Residential units are in five
floor plans, ranun^ from S18.800.
There is neither recreational
lt.i e nor "round lease
The 600-acre development is
31 miles north of Miami, at State
Read 814. in the city limits of
rVwonul Creek.
MORE THAN EVER
BY BUYING SAFE ISRAEL
BONDS YOU GIVE COURAGE
TO THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL .
Give from the heart to CJA
and Israel Emergency Fund.
Mayshie Friedberg
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7715
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE Bstate of/
ASIIER WINZWIO
.Sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing < l remandi Agalnal Saul
isolate:
Y"U are hereby notified and renuir-
ed I., present anv claims ami demands
which Mm may have Brains! the es-
nf ASHEH WINZWIQ da-
ceased i.i'.- of Dade County, Florida,
I., ill. Circuit Judges of Dade County,
I ill.' ili. same in dunllcate anil ,t.
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in tin- Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time ..f th. first publication here-
'ti 'I', -.inn- w'ii t..- barred
Piled at .Miami. Florida, thi- J7th
.lav of November, A l > 1974
CEKSHI IN 8 MII.I.KIi
Ah Executor
Fust publication <.r this nntice on
(he i.ili dav .if I > emhe r. 1S74.
';. rshon s Miller
*.... n.-v f..r Decedent's Kstate
110 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
_____ 11 8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3599
JOSEPH NESBITT
in RE Batate of
DAVID MARKBRBITER
.l.'i .as.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Dentanda Againxt Said
Estate:
V-.u are hereby notifietl and reaulr-
.! I., present any claims and demands
ivhlch v.iu miiv have agalnal the es-
tate of DAVID MARKBRBITER rte-
ceaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
t.. the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In dunllcate and as
provided In Section 1lt.lt. Fl.ni.la
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse in l>ade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
th. time of the first ouhlicailiHi here-
the sarhe will he I.Hrred
Filed a! Miami Florida, this L'lld
da> of December. A r> I'i74
aiZEI.I A MARKBRBITER
\ Executrix
First publication of this notice on
H Kth .lav ..( [ i.. ember. 1974.
ilim Baa and
I If,. II
: 1 lade Bouli i
Ml hi.. Beai h. I ::39
12 r. -13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-?4S84
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage "
MAKIA TERESA M sCK. Wife
and DENNIS R MACK.
Husband
TO: DENNIS R MACh
i Residence I'nknownl
VOV ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Petition (.ir Dissolution "i Marriage
na been filed attains! you and you
are h< rebs reaulri d t.....t ve < copy of
vour answer or other pleadlna to the
Petition .hi the Wife's All
I i mi X.W it Avenue, Miami. Florida
33125 and file the original with the
t lerk ..f ilo- above styled Court on or
i i,.i. this l"tfi dav .'f Januars. li >.
or a Defaull III '" entered against
you.
DATED ti'is Srd dav of December.
RICHARD P. BRINKBH
Clerk of the Circuit t'ourt
By T I- DELQADO
11 (-13 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-19460 (Judge Hgttoe)
NOTICE FOR SUIT FOR DAMAGES
ON PROMISSORY NOTE
HANK OF MIAMI BEACH, a
Florida banking corporation,
Plaintiff.
vs.
NICHOI AS COLE.
Defendant.
TO: Nicholas Cole
1101 -17th Btreel
Miami Beach. Florida Ti\"
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a lawsuit fur damages on a
Promissory Mote has been filed and
commenced in this court ami you are
required t.> serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses if anv. to it on STE-
PHEN II CYPEN, ol CYPBN ft
NBVIN8 l.uv OFFICES, attorneys
for the Plaintiff, whose address li
its Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami
Beach. Florida 13140, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before January ti.
ii.?:.. otherwise defaull will be en-
tered against you for tbe relief prayed
for in the complaint or petition,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS tnv hand and the seal of
said court Bl Miami. Florida on tins
2nd dav of December. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKBR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade lunt v. Florida
Rs A WALSH
a- Deouti Clerk
CYPEN ft \'K\ INS
Attorni for P alntlff
\i Hun i lodfn \ Road
Miami Beai h, Florida 33140
12 3-13-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-34709
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Ri The Marriagi
LEN'ORE ADOFF.
Wile. Petitioner
and
SIDNEY ADOFF
Husband. Respondent
TO: SIDNEY AD" IFF
334 Harned Street
Perth Amboy, New Jerai y
Vim AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a petition for Dissolution of your
M.niiaKe has been filed and com-
menced In this courl and you are n
quired to serve copy of vour written
defenses, if any, to it on ARTHl'R s
DAVIS, attorn.-v for Petitioner, whose
address is M-110 Blscavne Building,
in W.st Flagler Miami. Florida.
33130, and file the original with the
clerk <.f th.- above styled courl on or
in-fore January l". 1975: otherwise a
default will be entered agalnal you
for the relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive v/eel i
in the JEWISH Fl.i IRIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand an.i the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3rd day of December. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 tad. 'ounty, Florida
B> I. AYA1 \
a- Deputs Clerk
Arthur s Davis
Attorn, v for Petitioner
M -1 1" Him ;i\ ne KuildilifcT.
II \\ sal Flagler
Miami. Florida 33130
lo-UJ-EI-9'ZI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7750 (Blanton)
in UK: Estate of
GILBERT O. MILLER
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present anv claims and demands.
which you may have against the es-
tate of Gil hert 'i MILLER de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In dunllcate and aa
provided In Section 733.10, Florida
Btatutea, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the tune of the first publication here-
of, or Ih. same will he buii.il
Filed at Miami. Florida, this :7th
dav of November, A l> 1*74.
cm.nil-: MILLER
Ancillary Executrix
First publication ..f this notice on
the Sth dav of December, 1974.
Alnslee R Ferdle
I AW OFFICES i IF
A IN 8 LEE II FERDIE
Attorney for i;..|.iie Miller
I15fl SW F rst Street Suite 306.
Miami. Florida I
II (-19
LiOAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JDUICIAL CIRCU:T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 74-7707
In RE !:- lie "f
ETHEL I ANDAN
' "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Pel .
or I uniands Against saw
in hen bj notified and
,,l to present an) claims and di
which you maj have against ll ei
ol ETHE1 LANDAN li
. ol I ade Counts Florida, to n
Circuit Judges of Dade Count v. and
fill thi same In dupl '*
pr vlded in Bection 7SS l ;
s tatutei their offices in the i nunty
Courthouse In Dadt County. Florida,
within four calendar months from th
mi i ti e first publli .....:
or the snme ill be bat i
at Miami. Florida thli 31
das ot November. A 1> 1971
Is IRI (THY I!' l< lv
A- K\. utn\
Fust publli atlon of this fiotl on
the 29th dav ni No>embi r, 1974,
i i:i \ \ EPSTEIN
Attorney f..: Bstate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fia. :i".l"'1
11 39 12 I
I" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 74-7783
In RB Bsl ite
GEORGE 8IROTA
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and
.-.I to present anv claims and di mands
which you may have against the es-
tate of OEORGE 81 ROTA deceased
!,.-. ..I Dade County, Florida, to the
mi Judges of Had.- County, and
file the sain.- in iluidiClte SJld as
provided In Section 7ns. 16. Florida
Statutes, In their offli ea in the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County Florida.
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or th.- same will he barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this Itth
da) of November. A I> ItM.
Norman I. Slrota
Beniamin Siroti
As Executors
First "iii i: atlon of this notice on
ll- t| day .if November, 1974
TAI IANOFF ft BADER. B8Q8
Kt\ foi iCs ecutors
< l i n Road, Miami Bead Put
ll 29 12 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-5C.3
III RE K>ti if
HARRY !! UPPER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' ditot at l All Pi ni H v.
i"' ms or Demandi w Sa i
r .
You are hi 111>\ notified and ulr
.I to present anv claims
I ii mas
f H \l:l:Y PROPPHR ill
Count) Florida, to the
Circuit Judgi s of 1......'ounl
file th. same In duplli ati ind aa
provided In Section 733.10. Florida
St itute* n Ihelr i ffi. li I i (' unit
Courthouse In Dade Counts Florida.
dar mouths from the
ihi first publli atlon hen I
same u ill be hart.- I
Filed Bl Miami. Florida, this :'7tli
day oi \o\ i mber, AD 1974
.1 CK M 8 M-I!A
As Administrator
publication of th:- n Hi i on
ih day of Xovi mber, 1974
.li ISEPH 8CHMIBR
Attorney foi administrator
8( i.no oln Road, Miami Beai h Put
ll 29 12 6-l3-:,fi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6583
In RE Estate .f
HI "BERT Rl i TH
d.....as.il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demandi Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
whi.h you mas have agafnal h i
tale of Rt IBBRT Ri ITH di i eased
I ite ol Dade County. Fi.ni.la. t,, the
Circuit Judges ol Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and
provided in Section 723.10, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Made Counts Florida.
within tout calendar month.- from the
tun.- of the first publication hen I
..r the same will be barred
I ed at Miami. Florida tins :7ih
ii.n of November, A l> 1974
.i.iii. i Rogers. Curator
First publication of this notice on
the 29th .lav of November 1974
EMANCEL LEVBNSON
Attorney for hurator
Suite 124, Blaeayne Bate.
_____________________________11'29 11 K
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
b] virtue 01 i-hauler 973 Florid., Stat-
utes Annotated (19411 Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts Wherein \H-
BOT MOVING & BTORAOE
Honda corporation by virtu.- of it-
warehouse lien has In its posnession
the following d.s. ni..-,i properts
Used Household r.....Is as th, i.r......rtv
of JOSE M MUXO, .IK h..... las,
known addreaa was 17994 s \\ '"-ti
Aye Miami SS1B7, and thai t| ,
-'.th Day ol December, 1974 during
th.- legal hours of sale tnalnls between
II "" forenoon and I .....,, the al
won at :'. : s iv 14th Avenui Mi-
ami, i a i.i the undi rslgni d i hall of-
fer tm -al.- to the hlghi rr
hi hand the above desci I
f J< 'SK M Ml'Xl i IR
Dated at Miami, Plot
bet I : t
I
Friday, December 6, 1974
LEGAL NOTKE
~JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CtROOIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLING
PHOBATE NO. 747797
1: isi.ii.
i.i TH Hi i
''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor! and All Person Hay-
ing Claims or I < mands Against M I
,T,. hereby notified and reoulr-
,.,i Bns i laitn- and demandi
ivl i.i! you mas havi ngnlnst the es-
:,.....tCTH SIEOEL deces I
i.;.. of Dade Counts Florida, to tne
uit Judges ot Dade County, and
the same In duplicate an I
!.....Ided In S. | BJ*
St itutes, m ii. "i the toun
Courth .use in Dade Counts Floi
i In four call ndar months I
. ,,t the first publication hen
or ti same will I- h irred
at Miami Honda, thl
da, i xov. mlii i A D 1974
HEN sikci-.i
HERBEBT S SHAPIRO
As Exei ut is
pirnl i ul m of this notice on
th, !9th dav of Ni rembei li- __
SHAPIRO. FRIED EIL A St HEKIl
v rnevs foi E late
;.. Road
Ml ne. Beai h, Florida >
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M ISTEK WELDINO SERVICE at
pO.n Hlaleah Fla 39011 In-
b .1 name aith the
,.f the t'iri uit Court of Date
County. Florida
DAVID RCA
11 19 11 ...13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY civkn that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol PAN AMERICAN rXPORT CO
(not in. i al MIS B W tlst Terrace.
Miami intends to register said name
witr the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..f Dade Countv. Florida
ITAI.ii CAMPAONA
ii !::: 11 6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-1922
JUDGE NESBITT
In RE Estati
JOYCE VLBERT
ileci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" and All P I nni Hav-
ia in- oi 11. n I tgainal Sal 1
Estati
You are hi rebs lifted tnd n 'iulr-
e.i ... present ens claims and demands
l vou mas have against the es-
tate o| .li IYCE M BERT I' '
\ Florida, to the
circuit Ju Dade i' iunty and
' luu
d in Si i Florida
thi untv
In Dudi Counts Floi
within four calendar months from *
Mil In atimi h.: I '.
red
Filed ai Miami Florida this '.7;h
das "f November, A 1> 1974
HARRY /. KERN1CK Alti I
ANCILL1ARY ADMINISTRATi 'R
i "I A
rsl publication of this notice on
th.- :".th das ..f \..... 1974
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Mtornet I ANCII.I IARY
ADMINISTRATOR CTA
4_" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florid
li :> ll'l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7434309
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: MARRI MiE I >F
Ia>ROY DEVLIN.
Pi ltd ni i Husband
and
I It'll IK DEVIJN, a k a
1-1 '<'ll.I E MBI ISSA RAPPE,
Ri ip di nl H
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TI i I li'll.I.E HKVI.IV a k a
I I ill.I E MELISSA RAPPE
RESIDENCE CNKNOVi \
YOI' IJ'fll I L DEVI IN a kg
1 I'll IK ME1 lss\ i: mtk are
l ebs notified that s Petit Ion for
Dissolution of Marriagi hai ot n filed
^.u. and %nu are required to
'' '.....PS of your Aiisw.-r or
Pleading la said Petition for Dlaaolu*
t'on of Marriage on the Petitioner-
Husband's attorney. Ronald l. Davis
Esq PA 417 Blaeayne HuiMing-19
Flagler Str.-.-t Miami. Florida
Phom 379-3851, and file the
irlglnal Answer or Pleading In the
0f Un- Clerk ..f the Circuit
Court on or before the ltd dav of
Januars 1976 if you fail to d.. so.
ludgmenl by default win he tak. i
agalnal you f..r the rellel demanded in
the petition for IiisMiluilr.il of Mar-
t lage
TH'S NOTICE shall he t.uhli-li. I
once each week f..i four iti consecu.
Uye w.eks in the JEWISH l*LOR!<
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Mth day of November.
Richard I' BRINKBR. Clerk
Circuit Court
Had. i founts Florida
Eh A I> WADE
Deputy Clerk
(< ircull Court Bean
ii n vi 3-it-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
inderslgned desiring to engage in
-- under the fi tunhi- name of
MAI: OF I > \\ll> VOCNU JEWISH
s Ni;| Eg OROCP at KM I........In Rd.
Suite 1, Miami B. i I, 33139 In-
I to register said name with the
' Cli nit Court of Hade
I 'Ul.f.
M IYER Al.TMAX
DARRYI. NEMER
11 11 12 U-13-20


cember 6, 1974
+JenlstiFk>ridl/aiti
Page 27-B
l&ECAL NOTItt_____^
ICUIT COURT OF THE
IAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I COUNTY. FLORIDA
lAL JURISDICTION
. DIVISION
ISE NO. 74-22702
\<;NA. lolned by
}E CASTAONA.
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-524
In RE I late of
H H LEVIN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To 'ersoni
I II..jr.,i- A*
.- ,, i i a 11
and reaulr-
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First tlce ,,.,
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JOTICE UNDER
rriOLS NAVE LAW
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IRCUIT COURT OF THE
tH JUDICIAL C RCL.T
DRIDA IN AND FOR
)ADE COUNTY
JBATE DIVISION
JBATE NO. 74-1142
i'l IN
INTENTION TO MAKE
ION FOR DISTRIBUTION
INAL DISCHARGE
hereby Hive tl U I
I Report u i Petition
u li .i Final l Hachanre
t | -l i eatal
[in de, sued and thai
,.f i.., -ml.-: 1974. will
,1. uit Judsea
l) Florida, for approval
i and for dlatribu-
ii diachanre .,- A . eatati I the abos -
dent This ITth da] '
'71
BY SII.VKI'V AN
l.VERMAN
ffiulMlnn
Ida
11 8-13
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY iJIVEN
di -ii Inn ti enaaate
inder 'i
TV MEDIA I R3 vni/.a-
Vi iLI'XT vi:v 6X>1 Al
Irn ai n E 128th
II Miami Inti tide i
. Clark "f
u! i of Dadi County.
[M"VE. IXC
Kim I
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11 i.i
riCE OF ACTION
[RUCTIVE SERVICE
|0 PROPERTV
tCUIT COLRT OF THE
fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
kRIDA. IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY
ICTION NO. 74-3^930
FOR DISSOLUTION
IF MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE i F
lARRIS PETITIONER
His RESPONDENT
HARRIS
Flnit Meadow -
..lit No A
Nevada -'i '
HEREBY
f..r I liaaolution of Mai
ii riii .i in-.i ii-' s
llrad to aerve .. oom of
II
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for P Hi
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Miami Bead I
. ...11:11 ll
bos e atvled
ber ''
In i.....itered laralnni >u
d
Ition
r f..u'
\\ ISM PLORtPI \n
nu han I
r .-it Miami PI.....'' on
\ of Novi mher l74
ART) P BRINK
lark, in- u:' i "ourt
'uunts Florid .
L BNEEDEN
1 leputs

BS lF
herns
load
. Florida
Petitioner
11 li-ii-U 11 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i: is HI IIVEN thai
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i. ui ,,
of li s -1 iNi-i -
Hiale h I

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
AH IN that
.
PRIM? HAM I'N-
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Al.li
NCT'CI OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCL T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCLiT
OF ^iORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-.'3?'5
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE F.->R DISSOUUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl..... f
El WA!:!> 'A AONER.
Hu-i'
II I
B :A IONER,
H '
T( I I1ENEVIEX K t
Avenue
Kaltimi Mai \ land I1S3A
Tot' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai for 1 iKKolutlon nf \..ur
m..irlnae I i bei filed and mm
Ihli url .-I )' u in requ
to aei v .. aps roui aril ten !>-
t. i,... || ms i" it on BARRY P
BCHREIBER ESO 'f BEROER A
SCHREIBI ittoi ne> f-.r Petll I el
v, i address i~ SaSD N E 16 I
Street North Miami Beach, Floi la
ii i fi!.- the original with
era of the above atvled court on or
b.-r.'r.' Di embei .'. 1974: otherwlaa I
default will '" entarad ajralnal vou
f,,r i oraved for in the com*
or petition.
Thla i otic* -ii. . utlve we<
in the JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
W ITXi PS mi hand and the il
, .1 .- mri .. Miami FI......i
. h dai '' ii!"- "'"'
'H \i:l> P BR1NKER.
\ mi 'ourt
,,' i;- F irlda
I-.- I- P I'ld'K'.AND
\- i duo Clark
u
g SCHREIBER

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Vttorne*
* -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. 'N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74-32943
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PET'TION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE THE MARRIAOE OF
. woe ELLSWORTH EDWARDS.
Hill
DORIS DBLDCA BDWARD8.
r. i DORIS DELl'CA EDWARDS
I74S rme \v.tiu.v
l......Ij Ne* V..rk 11224
Yo" "llE HEREin NOTIFIED
Imt .i petitloi for in- vour
! :,ii.l commen -
, ,1 .i wii ii. aulred
, ,-..p\ ,.f vnur written de-
.. ,,., to It on Das .1 H
u ,.,, ma E in re .>f W'l F and
si ii. i.NINi IER P at'ort i ^"f
,,..,, iddreaa I" Suite .":
P di lai T.wi.....K South Dade-
,., .] i ulevnrd Miami, Florid i
'
t- -.-.I ourt !'
i.....:.!-. 1974: othei i
' von for
thi
... .
. shall he nubll hed
ii in
hi- i-u ISH FI ORIDIAN
WITNESS niv hand and tl
.... Minn I
I 'I.i' of l.....II I
IAPII r BRINKEfi
\ i 'lei.- ''ii-
I uno I' rl da
B- B .1 FOY
Deputy Clark
lilt Court Si ..
n w D R ^ E18SMAX ESQI'IRE
WOLF .ii"l SCHONINOBR. P A.
Suit. T')- l"adaland Ti>i
.,,,., south I' idelai .1 Boulevard
Miami. Florida .
Attorni i I ir Petitioner iin-i n
II 22-29 12 ti-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74 34175
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN I i:
In M -
FRANK GRALA liu I I

ISE ORALA wife
1 \:< i USE HI.,\' \
1.11 EVA DRI\ E
1*1 VRKSVILI.E TENNESSEE
m:i: hekehy xn
on I Mar-
rlnuc i vou and
iim ii i -t>\ if
vour writti t" it

for Petitioner.
' ';,l\ :".. HALLAXDAI.E.
file tin
lift i'ti

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aald court al Miami. Fli rlda on thla
..' \ mix
RICH \i:i. p ;;
A Clerk i' ii
I '.i.i- .' mi I FI
Bs C P COPEI.AXD
\ Demio Clerk
fClrcu "' 8

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7604
In RE K
GEI >R(1E II' >Xin
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ i i 'red toi and \ 11 iv-
ini; Claim* i.t i>. manda An.,
'- '''
you Hed and ulr-
. ,l I., preai til bus i laima and di n
v in. h you n
tat.- Of GEORGE Hi >\ It I
i' ,". County. Floi to thi
ii ,i
thi i ami n duo cati and

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foui F
III
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Filed ni Miami. FI irldn, thli -".tii
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A- Exi i'
ii on
the 'nli da! ol Ni i embi r, I
IN. R< ITHENBERG.
; im?AN & KORNBLCM
h> Zes VV K
Vttnrne' foi ,. SV. Koaran. Exi utor
i;o i i Miami I" I"'
12 6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-34180
-,CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE "t
''i'A .1 TV'S' IN. _____
Wife. ~
and
MIKEI .. TYSON,
Hush i d
1. R TYSi >N
i IN

i '.ii I i
Vi. r \l. :HY NOTIFIED
''-.',. \ I -
i .'.' nu
u are reiiu.i
.
GENE I EM I.H
w
Florid
a "li 'I '
,i v ntvll-d ourt :
-. a di
" di in the nmolaii I
n
itlce --li.il1 be oul
. r foui utlve i
HE JEW I8H I'l.' "RIDIAX
WITNESS mi hand and thi aeal o!
s i ui nt M irn FI I.....i this
las of November 1971
RICH MM' P BRIXKER
As Clerk, Circuit <*..urt
I de '""iinii FI -li
r.\ \ n WADE
a l outv Clerk
ii 'ir.-uit i 'ourt Seal I
El GENE I EMI I'll
- Wi t FI iar!i r Street
Miami Florida 28125
Attorney f"i Petitioner
ii r.' li i;-n-:n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 74-7S21
In RE Estate "f
HARRY GORDON.
I leceaaad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- All Creditora and All Parmmi Hav-
ing I'liims or Daroanda Aaralnat Said
Estati
v.u are haraby notified and re.iuir-
...i preaeni ans clalma and damanda
which \. ii maj havi aamlnat the
.,' HARRY GORDON deceaaed
,f Dadi Counts Florida, to th.-
Ciri'Uil Court ..!' Dade County, and
-.,111. in dunlli ate and aa pro-
v..i,',l in H 188 18, Florida Btat -
i... |n their nffli i Ihe I' unO
Courthouae in Dade County, Florida.
Pout calai dar mi ntha fi-.'m the
tun. of Hir fir-' ouhll ation hereof,
hi -.. iii-- will be harred
Dated it Miami. Florida this L'.'.th
d iv ,.f Ni vember A I' l74
BADYE R ''' 'I.I" >N
Aa I'm utrln
Find publication of this notlca on
h ,i.,v nf November. 1974.
HARRIS at S'RKIN PA
Attorni v for Executrix
i. la Federal Bid*
Miami Florida 33131 (358-1455)
11 :.'! 12'6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FUORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 7- 33
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Th M
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Petitioner, Huaimnd
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO 74-32697
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
In r.- Ihi
HERMIXIA K PERSAD.
wlfi Pi Itloner,
CHAXD \i: PERSAD
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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. 74-34069
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE-
PETITION NATHANIEL B ROBINSON
TO: WILLIE JORDAN. JR.
Realdence I'likiumn
Von m:e HEREBY NOTIFIED
., Petition for Adoption haa been
uralnat you and you are requlr-
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NI 'II' I". IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiiilvralftiied -:
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Clark of the Circuit Cowl of Dade
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NASCO IXDI'STRIES INC.
By Nathan Slnarer, fres
Ait. Bi In .i l> Binder, Beer.
HAKIMS BIRKIN, PA
Attorney* t"f Naaco Induatrlea, Inc.
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAU CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.327-1?
NOTICE OF ACTION
In Re:
i ,u. MARRIAOE OP
MARIE ERALI.
Petitioner
ALBERT BRALL
R......i..|,nt
To Albert Brail
rOt" AP.E NOTIFIED 'ha-
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This notice ahall be publiahed once
, h week for four conaecirtlve arai U
in the Jewish FlorldlaA.
Dated November l-. 1*74
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
B] MARION NEWMAN
1 I'Utv Clerk
.Circuit Court S,,,,,^ ^^^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVFN that
the underaUrned, deaiiiiut to enftajri In
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CSE NO 74-3272S
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN RE: Tl
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FLORIOA
NO. 74-33901
Tn re the ni.'t.....
JUNK ANN Tt'RNBR
Wife Petitioner
and
Al EX VNDER JAMES Tl'RNEH
If -i. i".I It------ '
ACTION FOR OISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Al EXANPER .'AMES TURNER
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GOD, MAKE US ALL DECENT PEOPLE THAT THERE MAY BE CAUSE FOR MORE HOLIDAYS LIKE CHANUKA.'
Chanuka Candles Mark the Nobility of the Maccabees


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Section C
Jewish FlOridlan ** December 6. .974
And (he Miracle of God Has Gone
Along With Them for Generations
By ITZIIAK BEN TOV
/).\" ACCOUNT of Chanuka I've
boon looking up the Macca-
bee family whoso valor made
i hanuka possible as the first cel-
ebration of human rights ami
i ty. But. alas, families don't
always live up to the high repu-
tation of their ancestors After
d te stud} of the Maccabee's lat-
er history I felt depressed to dis-
cover what became of 'em all
finally.
The) deserved a much happier
ending, considering the high ex-
ample of righteousness set by the
earlier members of their family
for the whole human race to fol-
low.
IN COMMEMORATION of tho
Maccabee ancestors whom
I've looked up to all my life. I
shall burn the candles that com
memorate their nobality. Indeed,
the miracle of God seems to have
gone along with them even
to keeping fresh the sacred oil
in the temple lamps during tin
years when the Greeks' Jupiter
sat high on the temple's altar In
Jerusalem.
From my childhood l have
thought of Chanuka a- kind ol
Fourth of Inly. But even as I
keep on kindling the Chanuka
eandles one more each eve
lung ... I Shall sadly remember
the awful ending of the Macca
even after the majestic
ness of the Maccabee anees
i irs which we all fondly recall
at (hanuka time
Oil. IT'S SAD to know the fate
of the Maccabees whose ancestors
saved our Judaism for us some
2,000 years ago. bj leadership in
the batt^ for the temple and re-
ligious liberty.
The Maccabees were the royal
dynasty in Jerusalem for tome
128 years from the year 165
to the year 37 before the Chris
tian era The name Maccabee de
rives from the Hebrew "makka-
bi" which means "hammerers."
Thej were dedicated hammerers
in the years in which they es
tablished Chanuka by their valor
Thej hammered for the temple
ail the way toward religious
liberty.
BUT, ALAS later the Marc*
bee family came to hammer jt
each other until finally there
wasn't a Maccabee left in tne
world.
The Maccabee- were not only-
kings of Judea but also high
priests in the temple After the
Chanuka victory they were for
aggre sivc action against the Sy
rians. and on that oolicy the
Jews joined no in fierce opposi-
tion against the Maccabees Th ;>
were in h > 'lie parties the
Sadducces, the Pharisees and 'h
Bssenes all against the Mac
cabees
Several years aft tr tiv Chan
uka victory occasion the Mac
cabee King Jonathan (also hi ;h
priest) was captured bj the s>
nans and treacherously murder-
ed. Oh. it came to pa trouble followed another in pur-
suit of the Maccabees. They were
turning against each other. One
of the Maccabee kings abrogated
his throne in favor of his wife,
but her reign didn't last at all
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military prowess of Juiiah
Maccabeu*' guerrilla army at
time when America, through the
novel, "Exodus," discovered
the Jew as a fighting man.
Today the military art.-
become incredibly sophisticated.
Jews, as nuclear and rocket sci-
cut. ts tab I lead mi;; part in the
aation's defence. Jewish partici-
pation in top-level military sci-
ence is far out of proportion to
the comparatively small number
oi r< *s in the population.
The German icientist, If. J.
Last century
.. a> .1 U
ilor under the '
bees their exploits in the
. with Titus'
a] Jerusalem, I
1 ilhen under Bar
k.i, hba and later on, their de-
I Naples against I
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,,: per with the great-
,..1 known to histoi
AN EULBD and
, gloried in :
. ieec and other heroic d-
t nders of the faith. It was only
Datura] that an underprivih
rp would identify vicariously
1 its strong men.
Arab hostility makes it noce>-
sr> for Israel to live as an arm-
ed camp today. Jewish teachings
are consistent with legitimate
defense However, some of
the military feats for which our
histoi take credit might
stand examination.
[t is common practice to relate
Jewish participation on b
\ nerican Civil War.
j v served the Union and
the Coni with
Y 't, ii is
whether Jewish 1
the id
Judaii
ONE FINDS M Ich.
ins
'
(hanuka Celebrates
Historv of the Jew
As a Fierce Fighter
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
distinguished -Jewish" soldiers.
His : hi ;in ;< '
Jew \- Soldier. Strati
Military Adviser." The {
that the Nasi Milch repaid
bis Jewish father to gain honor-
ary Aryan status from Hitler.
Who needs him?
The same article lists another
Jewish "hero." He is l-
Col. Dusterberg, a leader of the
Stahlhelm. a veterans group that
collaborated with the Nazi-.
It is also triumphantly n
that a Jew served Musso
ists with s
fire" that hi
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Bra no J< -i
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Tacil 1- of Rome recorded
ttle Jewish
captives were the favored
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- .. m writer, ret
thai many Jew -< rved in Cae
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2nd, known as Ph.lometer. and
patra, his wife, conmsttad
whole kingdom to the caw
of Jewish troop, commanded by
Hebrew generals.
Manv J i I" Arabic
armies during the canto*
North Africa am! Spain. Indeed,
the Moorish invader, Tariq the
Zeiad, from whom Gibraltar
takes its name. MM saM to be
a Jewish Berber The Uti
tury four iai ''''
Jl A. -
0 the Mo ,ira"
riaus
claim that the opposing armies
of Moslem Seville included many Jews that they n,
I reed not to battle on
the Jewish Sabbath.
ANCIENT JEWS ,,
from the Chaldeans, a f;
people. Jews have also
linked with the Spe 1
kinsmen." Jews stood up
powerful forces a- tin i
Hittites. Babylonians
Greeks and Roman-
formations wer,
Romans
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Continued from P* 1-C
long. This Maccabee queen's own
son pushed his mother aside and
took the throne to himself.
THERE ENSUED a bitter
struggle between Maccabee
brothers in rivalry for the Hos-
monean throne of their dynasty.
The Pharisee party demanded
that the Maccabees step down
from their thron?. Finally the
Roman general Pompey settled
it all: he invaded the Jerusalem
scene and made Judea tributary
to Rome ... an easy victory' for
him on account of all the fight-
ing that had been going on in
Jerusalem; what with the Mac-
cabee brethren fighting each
other, and the religious and po-
litical parties fighting all the
Maccabees together.
Well, the Romans who had
taken Judea established Herod
as Judea's kins. To ascend his
throne Herod had to get rid of
king Vntigonus.
veniently be-
HEROD H\n married a Mi
cabee girl nami .larianne a
hter of one of the sur-
y Herod took
-' ps r< ive all the Macca-
to the end that no one
should be left to disturb hi> ma-
He dn wned his wife's
ol i- in his bath:

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Of the Maccabees
he put her grandfather out of
ly b; assass nation; he kill-
ed his wife's mother Alexandra,
and finally, he had his own wife
executed.
S came the end of a'.! Mac-
cabees, some 130 ter the
earlier Maccabees bad fougl
nobly for freedom and thereby
caused Chanuka to be i
Li shed.
AND ALL 'hat brines me to
the thesis of this column. It's
this: That human beings remain
the same ornery kind they were
2.000 or more years ago .
Same old mean ways of mankind.
I bow my head in tribute to
mori worthwhil< M
bees whose noble doin brought
us Chanuka,
of my own: Oh. good God, please
us all decent people 1
end thai there may be caus
lanuka in
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Ben Gurion
Foresaw the
Palestinian Agony
And Prescribed for il
Bv l.\VII BEX-Ol*RION
THE ESSENCE of the Jewish
people's demand* and riyht> in
its own land is: n..f to 1 ike from
what others have, but to rebuild
the ruins; not rights relating to
the past, but to the future; not
the preservation of a historical
heritage, but the creation of new
national assets.
Here we eni ounfc a writ
1] tical
questioi I VTisrai
THE FiKST ai try of the
: 11 rion fell
on Wednesday, Kisle\ >. las)
\,iv 20, He 1- being recalled
in Israel and throughout the
Jewish world in memory of
this occasion. The celebralioii
of Chanuka seems a particu-
larly apt time to r*fl I -elec-
tions from Ben Gurion's m.i-
1 written
(hiring a lifetime of intellec-
tual and FK'li'ical activity in
behalf of the Jewish State.
the relationships between Jews
and Arabs 1 quest on that de-
mands from us a clear solution.
We must net leave the answer
for the distant future which is
not yet in our hands and on
whose account we cm be gener-
ous and promise somebody thai
we ha\e come here to be a free
people in its own land and deal
with our neighbors in justice and
kindness.
FOR THIS i- ;, question that
must be 1 I todaj How do
we w a- to arrange our lives an I
. .ih our :
bors at present at thi> moment?
Our Intel U not be and
are not judged in the light of
fine declarations, promises and
announcements that someone
very festively proclaims on some
platform or other.
Our attitude will be tested in
the light of our deeds and not
our words. The question is what
1- 'he attitude of those oi us
come to Erete YUrael with clear
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consciousness an,I open wish,
without concealing anything, who
come to Fret/ Yisrael t" solve
the question of OUT historical
survival and renew our free na-
tional existence on a territorial
basis who wish to become a coin
pleielv independent people with
its own country towards the
country's non Jewish Inhabitants
tc daj and tomorrow '
TIIFKE CAN I only one an-
swer: we wan' tor 0 hers what
we want for ourselves, and we
are prepared to give others what
want then to give us, There
i>- one cril rion bv which all re-
lationships both pen inal ami
politicalcan be red it '
am prepared to do lor others
what 1 want other- to do for me.
\! .'her in a positive or negative
sense
v, e do not wanl to suffer in-
Diaspo; .1. an I 1 annot and do
ice and diseri nination in the
not wish i" make others ufl
from su. 1 thin "
, rule us or 0,11 fati
Our entire stru I throu
.been
tie for the ind pen I- I J
of the Jewish p......... ,.,,.,, ihe whole -.'.M <-.Ji
and good faith with 1 di
for complei HL III
must present ourselves n tn tne
game den and
K this demand c mm ts thi
world in its attHude towai
then it commits u- in our am-
pul, towards others,
IHE ARAB must tea' thai
we have no! MMM I I MtPWI
him en lave him or worse h -
situation. He musl r aUa
Zionism is not .1 chance and
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tin i<
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our own (ommui
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tave no idea oi l
langui 1 wa; ol hit 1
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not li in the mom
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km>.\ *. tad und nrat
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give th p mm r, th
and th- rorini di re ficicnt
informatioo about y .
prop',- .1 I Arab econo ,ij. ultui < and 1,
as ts intern
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to
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the other i .tj : i an
I'nfci tunatt'lj foi us, then
sucl
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in.': a i. I i.
to i" at .i 1 inti
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Friday, December 6, 1974
l!
t^Tjcn \~4$irion J~oresasv ^/Jcjon
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that the search for a way to an
agreement will be in vain pro-
vided that it is a search based
on a knowledge of the difficul-
ties involved and on the kind of
continual and stubborn ellc 111
through which al 1 our work
in Eretx Yisrael is done not
declarations and proclamations.
IF Ht the members of the
pent ess people be-
little the value of declaratii
made by the world's great poll-
1 doubl
powerful id the
ms of the I Na-
ns, '.'.hat '.due will others at-
tach t our own dec!,
pi s? The latter will
not give or add anything to us
or others.
I am thus speal fa very
': i'l
in the spheres of economics, cul-
ture and polil
WE DO not in lieve in
which has no truth in it. We do
want with the Arabs
ii E retz Yisrael. if a free Jew-
ish people doc- not arise here,
we re no) interest! d in the Arab
question.
We arc trying hard to solve
the Arab question only in terms
of a greal Zionism, and the rec-
ognition of the historical neces-
sity that masses of Jews will
settle here and constitute an in-
dependent people which will one
daj encounter the hundreds of
thousands of Arabs who live here
- well a> the Arab nations and
kingdoms that surround us in the
m ighboring states. The question
of peace, mutual understanding
and joint activity with the Arabs
in Fret/ Yisrael and its surround-
is one of tho-c fundami
questions that determine the
of Zionism.
Perm I :r,e to add: we have not
. up the vision of the millen-
nium, nor have we abandoned
the dream of our historic mis-
sion: we -til! regard '.he renais-
sance of the Jewish people in its
own land as the opening up of a
new era not only in the destiny
y
of our people but in that of the
awakening East too.
it &
Only he who does not know
human nature can imagine that
the Arab peopie or any other
people would prefer good Btl
rulers to its own bad rulers. Even
if the government supplies the
entire needs of the Arab-, it will
arouse unwillingness amon^
them.
'

ZIONIST REALIZATION
.
I
eu i I the linking of
our destiti) to that of Eastern
\-:;i and ns inhabitant* v.
musl pr< 11 e ourse ves s]
ly for eat return which
will int fundamenl
lution in our international situ-
ation and
peoples who sha
in future.
If we ish to be a poop'

to the nev al and el 1-
nographical enviri 1 to
which we are returning and in
which we are settling We can-
not possibly dream of our future
in terms of European achieve
ments only.
The Jewish people in Eretz
Visrael will be linked to Europe
from the west only via the Medi-
terranean. Northwards, south-
wards and eastwards it will come
into contact with Arabic-speaking
peoples who are united by an
abundance of factors: religion.
language, tradition, customs and
perhaps politics too. These peo-
ples will he our closest neigh-
bors for generations to come.
MOST OF our economic ties
and. to a cei tain extent. 0 11
tural and political ties, will be
bound up with them and tu ir
destiny. The fate of the coopera-
tion between us and the neigh
boring countries too will depend
to a considerable extent on the
wisdom and the talent that we
reveal in establishing friendly re-
lationships with the Arabs who
live in Eretz Yisrael.
The first steo on the path to
iiii S^
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understanding is to rise and tell
the Arab people the whole truth:
There is a Jewish people of 17
millions. For the sake of its hu-
man honor and national culture,
the life needs of it- masses, de-
termined by its will to survive
and its historical eternity it
aspires and is forced to aspire
to gather together as many
member! U possible in Eretz
Yisrael and live there as an in-
dependent people.
This fact may not be welcomed
by the local Arabs who wish to
maintain the status quo which
has a markedly Arab nature.
Even if Eretz Yisrael is very
small compared with the vast
and sparsely populated lands
surrounding it in which there
is ample room for Arab culture
to prosper and develop in com-
plete freedom and without any
limitation, it is only natural that
the Arabs of Eretz Yisrael dis-
favorably regard the fundamen-
tal changes that are taking place
in culture, economics and society
with the return of the Jews to
Eretz Yisrael.
HOWEVER, the powerful mo-
tive forces behind this return to
Zion are the lifetime mission
and wish to survive of a people
numbering millions with a scroll
of suffering two thousand years
old. a stubborn people that \vi!l
not concede anything that affects
it> historical destiny.
Only on th-' basis f an Arab
recognition of this fact can there
be und ta line just as there
cm be no understandini i
io! i r factno
r how incom icnl it i< for
us, nami \ have
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dwelt in Eretz Yisrael for hun-
dreds of years, Arabs whose an-
cestors were born here and died
here and for whom Eretz Yisrael
is their country in which they
wish toand shall live in the
future
W i must accept this fact will-
ingly and draw all the necessary
conclusion- This is the basis of
true understanding between us
and the Arabs This understand-
ing will not be achieved today
or tomorrow. No matter how fer-
vently we desire it. It will cer-
tainly not come from the Arabs
first since what is obvious to us
the iron will of the Jewish
people for a land of its own and
its sturdy capacity to redeem it
from its desolation is not so
clear to the Arabs.
AS FAR as they are concern-
ed, there are only 170.000 Jews
in Kretz Yisrael and there are
some of them who do not regard
even this fact as a "magister
dixit In their opinion it is pos-
sible to erase this fact from the
face of the earth and rid them-
selves of this Jewish minority
forever, just as others in our
times have rid themselves of
greater and more powerful mi-
norities than the Jews.
In our times, a million Ar-
menians have been slaughtered,
millions of Turks have been up-
rooted from Macedonia as was
the case, on the other hand, with
ns of Greeks in Asia Minor.
No doubt there are Arabs for
this ti agic solution of the
1 i on in Eretz Yisrael
strange.
THERE ARE other Arabs who
i the
nee of those Jews ho .
ready live here but who want the
170,000 Jews to be "the protect-
ed Jews" of the Arabs, masters
of this land, just as the 30.000
Ii v of Yemen are protected by
the Arab rulers there. Let us not
delude ourselves with thoughts
that the Arabs will change their
attitude completely and speedily
in our days.
Only when we grow here nu-
merically will the Arab people
learn to consider our cause with
deeper understanding and realize
that it is confronting not only
the Jews of Eretz Yisrael but the
entire Jewish people. This is a
matter of time.
But how amazing is the fact
and unpardoaable sin that even
among ourselves we have not re-
alized that there are 700,000
Arabs in Eretz Yisrael and have
not drawn all the conclusions of
this reality. The Zionist move
ment has not sufficiently learned
this simple and instructive fact.
w & &
THERE IS a principle in the
world that is known as the right
to self-determination. We have
always and everywhere been ad-
mirers of and fighters for it. We
are wholeheartedly in favor of
the right of self-determination
for every people, every section
of a people and every group of
persons. There is no doubt that
the Arab people in Eretz Yisrael
has a right to self determination
a right that is not limited by
or dependent on the consequent -
es of its impact on us and our
cau-'
It is forbidden to limit Vrab
m of self determination for
that it is liable to make our
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work difficult. The entire moral
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sists of the view that the people
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and not a means to the ends of
other peoples. And just as we
want the Jewish people to be its
own master and able to deter-
mine its own historical fate with-
out being dependent on the will
even good willof other peo-
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for the Arabs.
WE CANNOT regard the
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Friday. December 6, 197^
rpO MM scholars of an ear
licrand non-Americanera.
the holiday of Chanuka was a
minor celebration during the
year of the Hebrew calendar. It
is not one of the Days of Awe.
embracing values of Passover,
with its Seder. The story of Cha-
nuka, as a matter of fact, isn't
even told in the Bible, but in the I
two books of the Maccabees.
And those two books them-
selves differ in emphasis on who ,
the real heroes were and weren't.
Some historians belittle the
military accomplishments of the .
Maccabees. ar-J Joscphus. one of
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How Come
Chanuka
is a
Minor
Holiday?
Bv ME1F CHARMAK
the major Jewish historians ol
ail time, also dealt casually with
the actual military events foi
which we recall Judah Maccabo
and his brother-; in our own time
AS AN example of the mean
ig, or lack of it. 01 the Chanuki
holiday itself. I discovered thai
in Prof. Victor Tcherikover's
basic and authoritative study.
"Hellenistic Civilization and tin
.leu i." Chanuka is missing from
the book's index. Indeed, the hoi
iday itself appears to be minor
m the historical survej by thi-
Jewish scholar who devoted his
entire eareer to the Hellenistic
period in Jewish history.
There are those historians whe
say that the truth of the niattei
u that the Maccabees themselve
were fanatics" and hloodthiisH
and. anyway, the Hasmonean
kingdom established after the
victory of Judah liaccabM over
the (ireek Syrian oppressors, did
not last very lone.
WHAT IS more. Prof Tchcri
kover tries to tell usfently, it
l> true- that Antiochus was not
such a bad fellow and that th
repressions and persecutions he
introduced were a re-ult of Jew
ish rebelliousness, and not the
reverse: that is. that it -saw*
against Antiochus' excesses that
the tteccabeei revolted.
Bui that iwolt was an out
growth of scores of Oriental up
risings asainst Western master-.
and that the Hfcrews were one
of mans groups to fight against
.he Western empire grabbers.
And if that isn't enough. 1 was
told bv a Wend seeking Chanuka
material for a television ser.es,
that there i- little serious crea-
tive writing around Chanuka,
practical!) no music, few novel*,
no folklore and. here and there,
a snippet or two of an oratorio
or a jingle.
WHEN 1 called his attention
to two or three historical BOVdl
concerned with the battle be-
tween the Jews and the Greeks,
with Chanuka somewhere in the
middle, he was surprised, but in
the end I had to agree with him
that there wasn't very much And
the reason? Well, in the past.
Chanuka was not a holiday of
impressive proportions
The SUCCeSS of the Chanuka
festival for Israel, sponsored bj
the farael Bond Organization, is
due. in part, lo the tic up of the
spirit of il-e Maccabees of old
and the modern Maccabees 01
the Jewish republic And the
stress put i> the Bond Organise
lion on Chanuka durin the pa I
ades ha> brought to the alien
11.m of thousands of Jews the
drama in the storj of the Mac
cah in I Iheir set ies of guer-
rilla asainst odds
HERMAN WOl'K, in his b si
felli 1 Hi is Mj God, mad
the point thai he undertook to
write his book because a fi iend
asked him if there was an) litera
hire on Chan-ika,
But in a practical level, I 1
significance of Chanuka is well
described b) Rabbi Alb it 1 Gor
don .n 'iis Ix-st-sellim: son
obMJeal ttudy entitled "Jews in
Suburbia
"Everywhere." he writes, "re
Unions s, hooia concentrate on
the preparation of their pupils
for the Feast of Lights. AntH
pation ol the pleasures and th-
aesthetic values of the fesiival
nel'i create a iovous mood among
children and narents alike "
And th-n Rab'ii Cordon odds
this thoughtful phrase: "Convi
sations with rabbis, teachers and.
parents in suburbia make it evj.
dent that Chanuka occupies 1
unique place In the lives nf
Aaaerlew 3t*>. it is the symbol
of the Jews" btlief in roans in
herent right to worship freedom. e\en as it attest! to
their hope for the future of man-
kind."
RABBI C.ORIVON quotes mb
urbanites frequ-nMv in hi. rtudj
and here is .1 statement relating
to the valne of Chanuka in op-
posing" Christmas: "How can wc
counteract The Christmas influ-
ence in our public school system?
We must do it through our He
brew and Sunday schools and in
oar homes a* well. So we make
Chanuka a Mill for colortul
decorations. We kindle lieautiful-
ly tapered little candles and dis-
tribute rifts and present* each
of the eight nights of the festi-
val. We arrange our beautiful
school and home parties \sv
have our isftgregalional books
and gift *hop- ore-ent lovely
eifts wrapped in especially-de-
signed holida) paper In this
way, Chanuka becomes I f
fun. aide from the story <>f the
x' 1 .ill- end the Syriai
Lhe implications of thai si
This is a'.l well and good for
people -1 iping In a particular
direction eager to accep
h didays of t h ir peopli
about lhe pressures ol thi
days of th< majorit)
Hut thci 1 more to it
I'm sure r > Ch inuk,' h
. '1 Til- h lend '
not onl) lo I bratioi
11 : ". 11 ,ioaii api
TO BIGIN v ith It is a hi
Ih ll can m pted both .1- i
n ligious at ational cell I 1
ti n rhe Ma aheea reeled
the Temnk .ir..; the mirai li
-.-. h< n the small erusc ol 0
witu enough oil lor one daj
burned for eighl days and n
This was the religious aspeci >i
it lhe dogged survival of .<
p'e (and no matter thai it
linor" li-- ui*-- compared t th
the Days of Awe. which are
really more personal holida -
and theological ones). And Ihen
of count, we have the national
Istic side A people rose up and
conquered an enemy, auain-t
( ntuiu.s.l <.r Pace !4-(
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S. Africa: Israel's
Main Friend on the
Dark Continent
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN

Johannesburg
rpHE WINDS of change have
1 taken a further toll in Africa
this year, rocking the Portuguese
colonies of Angola and Mozam-
bique. But the Republic of South
Africa continues as a firm en
tity. the stablest and rao-t de-
veloped state in the sub-conti-
nent.
Its 118.000-strong Jewish com-
munity remains a bastion of sup-
port for Israel, more important
than its numbers suggest. Al-
though, as in other diaspora com-
munities, assimilation has in-
c-- ised, it tak less toll in
South Africa than in Bi
Europe or the Americas
WHEN Till: Arabs Iaun<
their Vom Kippur
1
ras -
11 |: '
centra]
.......i S
I .ard of D
ti, 5. cal firm solidarity
Israel."
The Sou VI
n receivi Is of of
fc. from individuals some nf
to go on pen
serviie to Israel: but the Israeli
, '' "' i".ivitniMi:
authorities advised that this was
not required.
Only later, after the ceasefire,
were groups of young people ac
crptcd for relieving work on the
kibbutzim. Several former South
African Jews who had settled 10
I ra.-l made the supreme sacri-
fice, while fighting in the Israeli
army
THE (OMMIMTY made max
imum effort; to raise financia'
help for Israel. Many peopl
doubled the contributions they
had already pledged in the 1973
Israeli United Appeal Campaign
launched earlier in the year.
Jewish women's organization
combined to arrange mammoth
"Sm ill -. at which
: gu s >| art, jewelry.
furs and other valuables were
,1 to help Israi Manj
I irward with
The S tuth \:. c in govern-
ment, a- th Six Daj War. pui
y, bu1
there v n doubt where the
sympathies of leaders and people
TH1 PRIME Minister, B. J
eferred to the coi
behind Egypt and Syria, the war
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TC ALL .
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District Council
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Miami, Florida
?hone 635-5207
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10943 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
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41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
885-4146
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2256 Coral Way Phone 856-6741
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9701 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
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1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone 443-0620
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Miami Beach
Telephone 531-6267
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Dadeland
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Phone 445-8881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
"Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
BANNER TIRE
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+Je*ist tloridli&n
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was being waged by Russia,
which had supplied the Arabs
with weapons to attack Israel. If
the Israelis lost the war. Russia
would control the Gulf of Suei
and the Indian Ocean, with all
that meant to South Africa.
The Minister of Defense, P W
Botha, speakiny at another meet-
ing, Mid that he wished to con-
vej to the Jewish community
"our deepest svmpathy and as
sure them that we as a
n feel their plight. What i
happening to them today may
i i torn mow W
il ways ol
idwill tow.. i- I a
Notwithst ling i i ir
r< -'i'ii I ins, the So
n Treasury
for the immediati I
to Israel ol ill m tnej
< n Ish co : I
ssistance.
The Smith \frican press r
ti I th< r ;
of the population and -
"
les involved Se< ral
heir own con espondi i
"t (he war.
SOUTH AFRH W
the "i Kippui w i
found Israel r another f the African I l
t' which it had extended
Malawi, Lesotho and S i...
land resisted pressures to break
off their relations with I-i
It was na'ural that in tin- sit 1-
ation Israel should review its
policies in Africa. A decision was
taken to upgrade Israel'! rela-
tion, with South Africa from le-
gation to embassy level, and in
March. 1074 Itzhak l"nna was des-
ignated Israel's first Ambassador
to this Republic.
The choice could not have
been happier, [tzhak I'nna and
his wife Etenate had endeared
-elves to South African;
during the four yean they had
previo nt in this
a- Israel
ral here.
THFY HAD
i un-
Soul v
i-
and ; .
pro-.
tui n
old ft i
munity accord (| him a brin
lion
|en1
J. J. Foucl mly \<
Ihe n \ nl a idor v hi n he
present) -: his Pre-
n lune.
who
ed last year I I mi Is-
new c m iul Gen -.! in
S mth Vfrica. m ide a friei '
' n h 'i!i lev ish and
eral comn u
\ fine Yiddish speaker an! .i
poet of Hebrew
and Spanish, Bu-ton was
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PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
TO ALL GREETINGS .
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Haulover Beach Dock Phones 945-3801 947-3525
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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TERRAZZO, INC.
8747 S.W. 134th Street, Miami
235-7441
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MANUFACTUIEIHS DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE
WOMfN'S. MISSIS' I mm* MUSIS COATS t JJW
M.4. IMf. 120 N.W. 2nd Streat MM a. "mm 379-2431
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3964 Curtis* Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
PHONE 871-5020
A Happy Chanukah To All .
From the Employees of
FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY
685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach -531.6173
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DACHTON GUN and TACKLE SHOP
6429 S.W. 8th Stteet, Miami, Florida
Phone 261-4772
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
PIER 800 INC.
800 LINCOIN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 534-7780
A Happy Holiday to All .
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC
14851 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami Phone 759-9836 or 685-8023
Mon.-Thru-Fri. 8:30 to 5:30
soon in demand for cultural lec-
tures and public addresses.
COMMl MTYWISE the main
event of the year was the 28th
Biennial Congress of the S. A.
Jewish Board of Deputies, held
in Johannesburg May 30 to June
2 and attend..! by some 4<>"
Sates and observers from all
parts of the Republic.
Guest speaker at the Cor.
was Prol Howard Sachar, pro-
t of historj a George Washi-
ngton I rsity u.,
D c. Hi keym I i Idn js,
Israel and 1
>ra ti

Jewish i
i
ne.
The vari

mi i m id fi oi tup re
r
J d
rvici in the
army for univi
and ity Je sh
commu and iltural sei
THERE WAS a searching dis
n <>f the moral Issues in-
volved in the South African ra-
cial situation, and while the Con-
gress reaffirmed I I Indi-
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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GALLERIES INC.
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
A Happy Chanukah To All .
DISPLAY
UNLIMITED
7400 N.W. 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 693-3801
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Adolph Lopez
General Sales Manager
FLAMINGO
FORD
of Homestead
U. 1, N.E. llth Street
Homestead, Florida
Phone 247-5112
A Happy Chanukah To All ,
ALY
HANDBAGS
Extends To All A
Very Happy New Year
9907 N.W. 79th Avenue
Hialeah Gardens
822-7118
A Happy Chanukah To AH .
SS
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Mechanical Contractors
Cooli-.a and Heating
7320 N.W. 58th Sheet
Miami, Florida
Phone 592-3410
Best Holiday Greetings
FROM
J. EUSTER
vidual must follow his personal
political opinions and the Board
cannot take a political stand, it
also pointed out that it was en-
cumbent on every Jew to make
his contribution toward; a just
society, 'in accordance with the
precepts and teachings of Juda-
ism."
Maurice Porter retired from
the presidency of the Board and
David Mann, outgoing chairman,
was elected to succeed him. Ju-
lius Rosettenstein was elected
the Boards new chairman, and
Michael Fredman and Dr. I.
Abramowitz, the vice chairman.
< ontlaoed on Pane vi-c
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700 BRtCKH. AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 877--0071
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OBI OPA-LOCKA BLVD.
OPA-tOCKA, FLORIDA
685-1521
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101 Miracle Mil*, Coral Gable* Phone 446-7031
14501 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami Phona 251-0650
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Friday. December 6, 1974
<^7^racl t <^ wlain /fritnd
(oiitiniK-ii from Page ll-C
I. Teener was i ted the new
treasurer.
A major eha
of Deputies was I m retin
o( Gusta* Saron from the pos
tion ol General secretary, in
which he had served with dls
tinction tor 38 years
TRIBI'TES WERE paid to him
at the < ongress, which also wel-
comed his successor, Denis Die
mond, who assumed office as the
board's executive director in
August.
The l'Hi national confer
e ijnii 11 ol Jewish Women
- >uth Afrit ; week
l iter. Hi re, too, n
try. re
i the Union work in
manj fieldsIts contribution to
Jew ish Gentile understanding
and goodwill; its adult education
.. us services to Jewish
youth and senior citizens; its par-
ticipation in interracial welfare
work and its fund-raising for Is-
raeli and local causes Mrs. Leah
Rosettenstein was relected na
tional president, with Mrs R
Norwich and Mrs. M. Stein as
\ ice presidents.
WOMEN'S WORK continued
on a wide front. The Women's
Zionist Council of South Africa
launched the biennial Women's
Zionist Campaign in February,
with Freda Keel and Marina Ras
kin coming out from Israel as
the emissaries who carried the
campaign to many centers. The>
made a deep impression on the
audiences they addressed in Jo-
hannesburg and elsewhere and
the message they brought evoked
a generous response.
The United Communal Fund
campaign. South African Jewry's
ir drive for its financial
,.,.,.', is ; inched in April b>
I th communal
leader Philip Klutaiick, who
., fortnighl i tour
Vdi 22 meetings in 12
days, he evoked a record re-
sponse, with contributions dou-
ble ad t ble what the sami
(i inors had -p. -n in previous
campaigns.
EDUCATION CONTINUED to
make steady progress, Eighteen
.K-wish day scho ls now operate
In South Africa, with a total of
som 6,500 pupils. In addition to
the day schools, about another
6 0 children receive a Jewish
in at part time Hebrew
i hi,.;. ational Talmud
1 hs, Reform schools and the
Yiddish Folkschool.
The Zionist Federation marked
its 75th anniversary last Deccm
her. Because of the Yom Kippur
War, no celebrations were ar-
ranged at the time, but a tour
by the Israel Philharmonic Or
Chestra was arranged in August,
as a cultural gesture in celebra-
tion of the anniversary. A brim
ming reception was given to the
orchestra by Jew and non-Jew
alik? wherever they performed.
IX CIVIC and political life.
Jews play their customary role
as citizens of South Africa. There
were no "Jewish issues" in the
South African general election
in April.
Five Jews were among the
candidates elected to Parliament
Hymie Miller, Dr. E. L. Fisher.
Harry Schwartz. T. Aronson and
Mrs. Helen Suzman.
Seven Jews were elected to the
Provincial Councils D. H. Ep-
stein. Dr. Selma Browde. A. B
Widman and A C.add in the
Transvaal and C. Brett. 1. Gold-
berg and H Hirsch in the Cape.
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1501 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 373-8445
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I860 N.W. 75th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 696-7901
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9561 HARDING AVE., MIAMI BEACH
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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MIAMI 33142
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* Jet* isti thr/dKbun
Page 13-C
There are Jews Living in (he Land of Voodoo Today
EDNA AIZENBERG
'IMIKKK AKK Jews in the land
of voodoo.
As a mntter of fact there are
at least twenty Jewish families
and an Israeli Embassy with a
staff nt six in Haiti, the Carib-
bean republic besl kmmn for its
Afro-Inspired religious rites,
primitive paintings and stormy
l>olitical history.
The Jews of Haiti are main y
of Syrian origin with a sprin-
kling of Central European Ash-
kenazim; the former arrived on
the island at the turn cm the
' "> 'he lattei i iround the
"1 World War II.
both MAKE a living as mer-
chants ami businessmen in Poi i
an Prince, Haiti's dusty capital
' is n ini.., ,.: ol an
I oriental souk exce il thai the
bargaining is done in French or
eole instead ol Arabic.
.; lor 2ee\ B i
an army officer who is |...,, .
first resident ambassadoi in Port
J.
VV 47 j
u
jfierce J-ighter
Continued from Page '-<
The Hebrew Kin.'. Uzziah, be
, eved m research and develop
nient. His laboratories invented
the first engines of war. This
look pi ice 500 years before Phil-
ip of Macedon. Kino Usdah in-
stituted the general staff con-
cept, Integrated campaign strat-
egy, an tary equipment.
Joab's method of attack ng
fixed fortifications was Imitated
later m hen Titus
Jerusalem, The lewish concept
*..~ thai a good offense makes
the best defens i Recent < ictorii -
of the Israeli Vrmj have boi ne
this out
MODERN GUERRILLA
f 11 has been wj ' liki thi Partisans in Yugoshvt i i
and the Fidel Castro movemenl
n l iba The basic principle
such ca np ii "'- i re anticipal i
l>\ thai guen Ha genius, Judah
Maccabeu*, the first commando
And today, n i> thi daj ol
Arafat Hist :
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"l
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(Broad Causeway)
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"HE SEASONS GREET INGS FROM
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Phone 445-2631
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642-2671
ire his arrival. Israel was
represented In Haiti by its am-
i lor to Panama, and the
only "official" Israelis in the
countrj were the members of a
technical cooperation mission
working on a project of u_;ii-
cultural development in the Cul
de Sac Valley outside Port au
CO.
It was In
the success ol I that
the Haitian |
Israel for a "full-time" envoy.
During a recenl stay In Haiti
an inquisitive t< ii 1st got a
glimpse of what Jewish exist-
i nee is like in this tiny i om-
munity as well as n taste >i the
difficult, yel i tanl job per-
med by Israel's agricultural
.. erts in the developing coun-
FOR THE "glimpse" our (our-
lidn't have to go further than
his hotel located In Petionville,
the fasl ii nable suburb in the
bove Port au Prince.
The owner is a man whose father
and whose mothi c
a Bla< k Haitian. When this
n's son was born he first had
the Infanl circumclzed by a
mohel, th< I | I Ized.
Continued on Pagje 14-C
iii
i iii
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Page 14-C
+Jmisii Her Mian
*Jk
ere are
3
ews in
ike jL~and of Voodoo Jod<*\j
Continued from Page 13-C
The godmother at the bap-
tism was Mrs. Molly Abitbol, a
Jewess born in Haiti of Syrian
parents. Mrs. Abitbol has resided
at the hotel for the past ten
years since her grown chil-
dren left the island with her
husband. Isaac who came to
Haiti half a century ago from
Morocco, and runs a dry goods
store in Port an Prince.
Asked about local Jewish life.
Mrs. Abitbol, a warm, articulate
woman, said that the few fam-
ilies were on good personal
terms, but that communal insti-
tutions were non-existent.
occ ASIONALLY, a rabl
,, ntor is bra ighl in fro n the
St ites to perform a marriage or
a Bai Mit van, Sii e A
staff
has organized Hi lay serv-
the
Jew Ish community.
Nut long ;i'_:<> the embassy staff
hosl to Mrs. Ruth Dayan,
former wife of 1 i eral, and
president ol Maskit, the Israel
ndicraft concern. Mrs. Dayan
was to u ing South America and
the Caribbean under the joint
nsorship of the Organization
of American States and Israel's
Office for International Coopera-
tion to see how Israel could help
the countries in the area de-
velop their handicrafts.
Like any visitor, Mrs. Dayan
went to see a voodoo ceremony.
In the mini-caravan ambas-
sador's car, Mrs. Dayan's ve-
hicle, and security detail
winch set out late in the evening
tu witness a demonstration of
the native cult, the conversation
I on a rival voodoo demon-
stration center run by none
other than Rosie Rubinstein, ex-
wife of Abie Nathan, the Israeli
peace plot. It seems that Mrs.
Rubinstein landed in Haiti one
day, liked the place, and de-
cided to stay on.
BIT PERHAPS more interest-
ing than the staged voodoo
sin was a journey out into the
countryside DO visit the Israeli
agricultural mission. Led by
David Harari, a kibbutznik who
worked In Madagascar until that
African state broke relations
with Israel in the wake of the
Yom Kippur War. the team of
three Israelis is trying to in-
crease the crop yield ol four hun-
dred peasant families living on
an annual income of about $70
in a region with little rainfall.
The other two members of the
n are Abraham Ben 3h
mon a veteran of seve
v and Ahmed Zahalka, an
: i vith
in Zambia.
The village of Crete des Bou-
connected to Port au Prince i y
a highway which is more
holes tl oad. 1 espite the I
thai nly heavy vehicles or jeeps
ian reach the site, Croix des
Bouquets lias become a show-
case the Haitian government
is planning to expand the project
and adapt it to other places
and ha- a constant stream of vi-
sitors.
ON the particular day a
whole contingent of the Jeu-
nesse Rural, thi local J-H Club,
came to see what the Israelis
had helped the families achieve.
Harari admitted that to the out-
sider the surrounding huts and
fields "might not look like
much." but he said that when
compared with other areas Croix
des Bouquets was "advanced."
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Here, the people were learning
to use fertilizers in the proper
way, to employ more efficient
means of irrigation, and to diver-
sify their crops. All this was not
easy to attain. Ben Shimon ex-
plained because the peasants
were afraid to try anything new
which might jeopardize their
meager livelihood.
STILL, under the Israelis'
prodding, the needed changes
were made and today the farm-
ers of Croix des Bouquets are
not only growing more corn,
urn. tomatoes, and eggplants
for themselves, but also have a
lurplus which they are selling
for additional income.
Walking through the ft
Friday, December 6. 1974
Harari expounded the philosophy
behind Israel's aid program. He
said it was not meant "to do
things for others" but to come,
help, create local cadres, and
then give the project over to
them." In line with this concept,
the Israelis work closely with
Haitian agronomists some of
whom received advanced train-
ing in Israel, or with Israeli agri-
cultural experts who came to
Haiti to t-iv. courses and semi-
nal s "We have one such course
3s CltanuL a Continued from Page 8-C
tremendous odds.
The victories of Judah Macca-
make for great reading, and
Sudan's tactics were sufficiently
brilliant for him to be included
ie of the outstanding mili-
n the world on a
b i- pel el il West Point. Surely,
this is acceptance on the
American scei
AM) TO make the sto'y even
more fascinating, the Jew- oi
old did in truth fight for re-
ligious freedom, a battle which
is being fought in oui
Amerii am o various beliefs, So
this is an ever-new though old
And it is vivid and colorful
and true.
The fact thai ii also lends il
self i the lighting of the m
ah. and to the exchange an
ing 0i ind lasts a Ion
these ire elements
with plea i
During the past decade I have
id, like Herman Wouk. that
many friends, previously
quainted with and indiff* i
Jewish history, have come I
using Chanuks u the starting
point for 'heir queries.
PITMIAPS THIS i< indicative
Of a powerful itory'l tug. It may
.,-. meaning than the
,,..,! or family seder, and
I il and cleansing
and Yom Kippur.
, ai -'nd the l( f
heroes, and
- and wars and f>
and triu i
muka. then, lias emerged ai
one oi vi.i iii Jewry's m -t
ficant and ioyous holidays.
I) will remain that
rations to come.
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going on right now," Harari
added.
He called Israel's debacle in
Africa a "disappointment,1
said il did nol nsl
tiding projei is like the one
ai Crolx des Bouquets, it i: i-
iiiickiod under and gave in
to Arab pressure, what can you
expect from the Africans?" he
aske I.
II UtAR] RE< ALLED it in
Mai..i ja tr the : he
with ass imed he '
stay 'Hi desi ug of
relations with Isri
eci
pie in the
the people

In the case of Haiti
ing to wh it the I iy
to be made against the Haitian
team at the recent Wo I I
cer-jChan tches also
. it. \\>>t Germany.
Whether or not the Pale
ation Oi i n really
did threaten thi i >>' -.
culatin-? may indicate that at
least in the case of Haiti and Is-
i iel a line quoted by pavid
Harari trom French author
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In his pursuit of peace in
th,? Middle East Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger
may have embarked on an
Arab-engmered road from
which there can be no re-
turn.
Needed is a New Chanuka Miracle: Oil and the PLO

By RICHARD YAFFE
London < hronlele Syndicate
"IMIE MEMBERS of the United Nations who voted to
rat the Palatine Liberation Organization for the de-
bate on the Palestine Question in the General Assembly
rannot claim at a future date that they did not know the
true nature of the organization.
Its representative at the UN made no attempt to hide
its aims. The eventual end of the State of Israel, swal-
lowed up by a ".-etular democratic state"
To the contrary. Dr. Xabil Shaath told anyone who
would listen, including newsmen, just what the PLO
sought, and just what the resolution which the Assembly
soted. 105 to 4. with 20 abstentions, meant.
IT MEANT, he said, international recognition f the
i'l () ai the sole representative of the Palestine people.
Continued on Page 4-D
15 THE VISION DOOMED?
Dr. Weizmann
And (he Modern
Jewish Renaissance

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By YIGAKL YADIX
I WAS not privileged to work with Dr. Chaim
Weizmann in the heyday of his activities. I was
a M.ho:)lboy then, but to me and to my colleagues
Dr. Weizmann >eemed like a giant in a fairy tale,
a Biblical fisurc wandering in the desert, trying
to gather together and to mould the remnants of
the Jewish people in order to lead them back to the
land of promise, the land of freedom.
Indeed, Dr. Weizmann, the phophet who walked
among us. was possessed of that rare ability to
gather around him the Jews of all countries and of
all backgrounds, the Jews of the East and the Jews
of the Want, the enlightened and the ignorant, the
observant and the non-observant, young and old.
HE EVEN succeeded in conquering us, the
young generation born in this country, who knew
DR. WEIZMANN: His dream must be pursued more vigorously.
ontinurd on Pajre S-D
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Weizmann Was the Great Zionist Dream Synthesizer
By DR. NAHUM GOLDMANN
lit was perhaps the moat per-
fect synthesis of our time of
the i" cultural spheres
that have shaped contemporafy
Jewry: Eastern and Wi stem
: ope. No oth 1 great Jew of
our time has combined to such
an extraordinary' dej ree
European Jev >h ess and W -i
I 'i-.
I
,. and ti 1 1 '"
iEurope. Moid', whi 1 was
.1 and Pinsk ';' re '<'. a*
ei......si 1 lenu nts
.' wish tra li-
dition and civilization \ ere
amply stored in his mind and hi
h s heart. lie loved Yiddish de ;-
ly. and his best bo 1
in thai la Whenever
deeply mi veil he would re\ert to
tiie Yiddish iiii.mi to express
what he felt.
HE was not a traditional Jew
in the religious sense, bul he
h;id the most profound reverence
for Jewish tradition in all its
forms. The story is often told
how in the days of the English
blitz he would take the Bible
with him lo the shelter and read
it for hours. This behaviour was
a characteristic expression of his
deep spiritual attachment to Jew-
ish tradition.
The quality and habits of his
intellect v\ere typically Jewish.
His was primarily an analytical
mind, accustomed to anti-thetioal
thinking. He was a "charif," to
DR. NAHUM Goldmann. presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con
Kress, offers his appreciation
here of Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
first President of Israel, on the
occasion of the worldwide con-
tennial celebration of Dr.
Weizmann's birth.
I)K. NAHUM GOLDMANN
cultural chameleon
use the term of Jewish scholar-
ship. His was an agile mind. Bi'l-
hancy in dispute and argumen-
tation were his in an inordinately
high measure.
UK COL'LI) devastate political
opponents by the sheer force ot
his logic. His humour and wit
were also typically Jewish. He
had that propensity for irony
which is characteristic of so
many great Jewish minds, a re-
flection of the garnered heritage
of an ancient people too wise to
be impressed by transitory glory.
He possessed that unique com-
bination of scepticism and pro-
found faith SO typical of the Jews
as a people scepticism with re-
gard to receptive powers that
pass with the day. and unshake-
able faith in the eternal values
As he moved among the so-
sailed great and celebrated of
the world, and pleaded the 1
of Zionism, he bore h.:
proudly, unawed by their titl-s
and ranks, for was he not the
spokesman of a people that had
outlived powerful nations, had
seen empires crumble and wit-
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.(,.,-htecl the final victor> of Zion_
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I., mI will not die' (iTsemuel,
15:29) embodied 10 him an e'.e
mentary truth as ceitam as a
mathematical formula Her.
predeci sser, was also a ;
and d nified leader, but his
prid
Weizmann's pride was r
in .i
1
ra ii d : ell upon tit
l
in contact. This nagnificent her-
of Jewitl
tory and tradition .<- 1
in his person with the yet
heritage of Western civilizi
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He could certainly nave be-
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He absorbed and assimilated th'
rich treasures of Prussian. Ger-
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This explain^ his facility in mov-
ing among diverse people
many countries
He was a Frenchman with th-
French, an Englishman with the
English, but always and forever
more profoundly than anything
else Dr v 'izmatra was the Jew.
lie n pre inted l
more completely than any
r m the hist iry of Z
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Page 3-D
in i-i
Jewish rCenctissance
Continued from Page l-u
of the suffering of the Jewish people at second
hand only, from our reading and from hearing our
parents who h.id left the Diaspora in order to trans-
form the deserts of this country into a blossoming
len, speak ol same, by the simple and sin < r<
that em mated from his lips.
Wo felt that this person lived at all times and
in ill circumstances with hit heart and so through
ih: suffering <>f oiu people, but had forged in him
faith and i hope, and the courage to creafa
tions In which the Jews would once again be ftb
to live and walk among the Gentiles without fe..
and with head erect
COURAGE ON the battlefield is an import
lint by no mean- rare phenomenon. Such OOU!
was evinced by our SODS and daughters in the War
of Liberation and by many peoples who had foui
for their freedom. But the spiritual courage that is
lulred tn i< id a scattered people without a land
of their own and without a government of their
own. to an unknown homeland, is an achievement
that can be compared only to that of some of our
greeted prophets and leaders in the time of the
Bible.
I was brought up on this legendary' figure of
Dr. Weizmann. and towards the end of his life I
was granted the privilege of meeting him. It was
in the midst of our War of Liberationand I was
in uniformthat I was called to him.
When I came into his presence and he spoke
Continued on Page 14-D
THE CENTENNIAL of the birth of Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, first President of Israel, is now be-
ing observed around the world. In this article,
Yijjael Yadin, distinguished retired general of
rne Israel Army, and an equally distinguished
archaeologist whose digs uncovered the his-
horic treasure at Masada. offers his assessment
of Dr. Weizmann as a "prophet and redeemer."
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Continued from Vagr ID
including those on both sides of the Jordan River.
"The vote by the UN really brings us into the inter-
national arena with all that entails in the way of obliga-
tion^ responsibility and rights,'' he said in an extended
interview, the tape of which has bean ma.le available to
this reporter by the New York Post's coirespondent at
the UN, Michael J Purlin On responsibility for interna-
tional terrorism, he said:
"Many people had been calling on us to police the
world (against terrorists) for them, and even though at
times the PLO felt iuv asj kfa All some of (he international
terrorism th.tt had taken place. I don't think it found it
impelling to Uik> action to safeguard '-he internatkinal
community.
"THE PALESTINIANS had been deprived so long of
their right place in the international community, and who
really cared ft r I so that they felt it impelling to
police the work' '
"During the last year, and more so now, the PLO has
been trying its best to fulfill its n tpoi Ulity in repre-
senting the Palestinians, not only bj w ndemaing actions
which do not fit in with this strategy bul akw apprehend-
ing people who attempt to go into violence on an interna-
tional scale. Th.i! doesn't mean that we don't find justifi
cation for pome actions taken in the past, particularly
twothree years ago."
Asked if the PLO accepted an obligation to Impose
limits on the tern rists including aircraft hijackings and
attacks 01 mntries, Dr Shaath replied: "It impose
on us obligations to 1!" everything possible to limit our
actions against our primary enemy en the land of Pi
tine but it also n eans thai th r are nany factors t'> be
taken into considerati n, including this one."
THIS DOESN'T mean in any waj "reducing our mili-
tary struggle," he said.
"No country can achieve independence or rights with
out giving the lives of many of its people for them. It
means puttinu more emphasis on the political struggle,
and our coming here 'to the UN) is an aspect of that.
There will ho more of this sort of thing."
Dr. Shaath was asked if the PLO had a resolution to
present to the Assembly on the Palestine item. He said
that it was beinj. considered. It \*a- not a "question of
language" but of what would b? the opportunity for
getting what we want"
"Remember," he emphasized, "we. arc coming -to the
UN for the first time as the political representative of
the Palestine people,-not as refugees." .
The .PLO's "overriding; objectftje," he declared, .*
U> assort the H*M*jf 4a"pWpfc to *!f-deerirartatj its land." within "a geographical boundary"
HE SAID he knew that getting a resolution parsed
by the UN "doesn't give you back your land." and the
struggle will continue on the scene. What the resolution
does, he said, was to merely affirm "the legitimate,
natural, historic rights" of the Palestinians.
Asked whether the resolution would limit the means
the PLO used in the straggle, Dr. Shaath replied with
an em|hati( No."
"We Will not stop." he declared. "The totality of
our country is occupiedall of Palestine, and 50 per cent
of the people of Palestine are in exile."
DID THAT give the PL'' a license to destroy Israel'
"That's preci civ what Israel has done to its between
1919 (when the Balfour Declaration "as given) and 1974.
Their policy 1- based on the foci that it is the right of
the Jews of th- world to determine what they want for
Palestine, but not the right of the Palestinians to co-
iK termdne it.
us,
lave
goals of tin PL
'i
"This is the difference between the Israelis and
The Israelis feel it is either them or-us. that if they .
-tie the right of self-determinutkxn. that deprive, then
<4 the afflc right, that n deprives them of Intestine.
3 "'The Un'aavaV contention'is PtSHMfte," Ad the
Israelis want to be the sole determining factor as to who
will inhabit it. "Wc think there is room in ftlestiifc
both of us."
DR. SHAATH was asked ahout the
and here is the way he put it:
"The professed objective and the most cenat i
held conviction among the PLO and the ultimate ai
the establishment of a democratic, secular and nor
tarian State in which the present Jews, Jews of Palestine,
and the Arabs, in or out of Palestine now, Cbfii I
Moslems, have equal rights in the open, modem. .
State.
"This is the maximalist position. The mmii
lition in th.it if there i> any chance thai the Palestiniani
can have a State on a part of Pale-tine now
l.-iaelis will evacuate territory, PLO will .,
so lom- .1- it doas n<>t compromise the final ai
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Mcnorah Stands for Light in Our Thuught
By l)OV PERETZ II.KINS
IUDAISM has been described a<
" a n iiglon in syml ilism The
mezuza i n th \ do ir represents
Is, syn procure
i. God n i J( i i-!i home and a
ct for the Jewish way of
l fe i I lula% remind
. the ren ..l >>f nature,
ever re
n wi tion of his world.
on the Talis bring
;ill of the comm n d>
its oi the Torah.
Thus, the religious rite in th <
ion is an action
which in i- f>>r something,
nts ;i human value,
m< better hu-
i
WH \i THEM the symbolism
'. inn ,ih Many
k: given, The one
1 besl {row out <>f the
recoui ted in the Talmud
i I iou! the Chanukiah
las th vli i- known in Is-
raeli betw i n the School of Hll
lei and the School of Shammai
The Hi-' ipli of Shammai sug-
gested lh.it hi the f:rst niuht of
Chanuka eighl candles be lighted
and on each successive night one
less candle But the disciples of
of Ilillcl argued thai this would
he backwards They insisted that
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on (he first night, one candle be
lighted, and an additional one on
< ach succeeding evening.
UK 'Hi III venture to 83)
that the m >thod suggested by the
School >f HiUel was given pref
iH inherent ..syjjibolic meaning.
That meaning is that light should
n Bsed in the world, and
not diminished Furthermor
that light is spread In the world
j- one generation follows an-
other.
What is light? Light in Juda
ism is nothing more or less th in
knowled'j-' I i ir i Torah, and
Torah <- light, From the liil>l-
down to our own tune-, light in
the Jewish religion has symbo
li/ed Torah- knowli dge, ina
tion, right* ousness I fie Hebrews
were to bi a light unto the na
turns, spread ins God's divine
word. In the Dead Sea Scrolls,
the righteous are called "sons of
light," .>' ed "sons of darkness In oui
synagogues today, over the Holy
Ark. is found the Ner Tamid,
th" everlasting linht symbolizing
Clod's eternal presence.
THIS. KV inerca.sing the light
in the Chanuka Mcnorah each
niht. we are making an affirma-
tive declaration about the world
in which we live. We are savin.'
to ourselves, to our families with
whom we light candles, and to
the peoples of the world who
witness our annual holiday, that
. hi i> increasing in '.in i i
that knowledge of tin
should nnd is reaching out lo il
luminate more and more
dark corner.-, of our Civilization.
We arc in. that little by
litth our lii es are b: comin |
and better, ra ire mi a
nd Interesting. We at i
firming thai we have faith in
ii an, and in his ability to im-
prove himself. We are express
ing the view that the world Is
so constructed as to enable man
to shed more and more light on
his environment, both
and spiritual enabling his pro
gen; to inherit a better place
than the one in which he was
born
WK \KV. adopting an optimis-
tic view of the nature of man
and the world. In short we are
affirming that the world is a
good place in which to live.
To be sure, man's path towards
creating the kingdom of God on
earth, towards ushering in the
Messianic Age of universal
peace, is not a straight one by
any means. There are often tem-
porary lapses, sometimes so enor-
mous that we seriously question
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C^/iannha ^/Vliraclc:
Oitajyj:o
( oiilimifri Irom r.i^i' l-l>
The "maximal position," he want on, "is nol to kill
the Jews so thai the minimal position becomes living with
.'.." but only with those in Israel now. with no more
Jewish immigration.
HE WAS asked Whether the PLO position included
the retention of violence as a tactic. Dr. Shaath replied
that it was "too early to decide on tactics." which de-
pended on "many variable-." including "internal and ex-
ternal pressure;' winch he did not define.
However, it was 'ridiculous for people to ask us to
renounce the use of military struggle as a precondition
to giving us part of our rights."
The General Assembly's action serves to "protect us.
not fully, from international maneuvers to exclude us
from later considerations of what happens to Palestine.
We remember that there was no Palestine presence (in
the ceasefires and armistice negotiations) in 1949. 1956
and 1967.
"All the compromises were en our account. We had
to pay for others' compromises. It is important that we
improve our position SO that we will never be compro-
mised, excluded and sold by anybody."
HE WAS asked if, by "others." he meant Egypt BJ1 1
Syria, and he*replied that be did not mean their present
regimes but the previous ones. "There will be no multi-
lateral deals without us," he asserted.
Ashed about possible peace negotiations. Dr Shaath
declared that the PLO will no; i. under Resolution
242 of the Securitj Council, ol November, 1967.
The Geneva Conference was convened with Rcsolu-
u it- terms o nee,
"for all practical purposes," he said, "Geneva never
occurred. There was no real talk about real, long-lasting
problem-.
"THF INTENT v as to have one meeting to talk about
ry and th n to dissolve into bilateral meetings, If
Me to discuss the whole Palestine question and
not only the 19 gression, it would be a whole dif-
ferent story."
Dr. St ith, v i 31 its Did and a
the American University in Beirut, was born in Safed,
I is now t.italh .Jewish, he pointed out.
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Now a Univ. Professor, Eban Feels Alone and Betrayed
By JOSKl'll FINKLKSTO.YK
London Chronieele Syndicate
Abba Eban is undoubtedly the
Mddi st figure on the Israeli
political scene. He has been
dealt a double blow. Some of his
closest ioINm .<> whom he ex-
acted to rally to him deserted
him or, as his supporters believe.
behaved selfishly.
He is no longer Foreign Min-
ister and nut evi n a member of
the Rabin Government. He is the
victim of the tragedies of the
Yom K input War; yel Ylgal Al-
len, who WSJ much more closely
invoked in the decisions taken
before the outbreak of the flatt-
ing, is not onlye Cabinet Min-
ister but also is occupying
Eban*a seat.
IF EBAN is bitter he is fully
justified, say hi- friends. He had
been a unique figure in Israel
a Cabinet Minister who by dint
of splendid oratory had become
a world figure.
Yet in Israel itself, his post-
tion was equivocal. To somt
linns of the population, he had
ii"t become a full Israeli. He
still wote the veneer of the
Cambridge don. of the Western
intellectual. Even his Hebrew, it
was clahi i Ificenl
but occasi mplex, as In-
deed is hi- English.
Yet many months
to -i-.' hln
ir to Golda
M< [r one wh i would prevei I a
It in 1 ; al
it i ithet
Allon took over thi I B I
ABBA I It W
naked Mtlsttlitinn
the Yom KipjMII War and Pin-
has Saplr, the kingmaker,
changed all that. Saplr, refus-
ing the crown himself, backed
Ral in and not Eban.
KUANS ANGRY leaction to
Rabin's succession arid Yigal Al-
lon's insistence on holding on to
the deputy premiership sur-
prised mans Israelis.
There were some cruel jokes:
"For the first time Eban be-
have- like a true Israeli and
look what hapi ens he
criticizi d."
ntly, the public ex
i behave lik a stoical
i not a men ; 11 1
Melt's kit. h n cabii
: \ n ai
He A-as not even in Israel in I i<
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fateful days before the outbreak
of the war. He la known to have
I een critical of some of Gokla's
policies.
But this has not saved him
from criticism. "If he did not
with Golda and Dayan,
why did he not resign why
did he stay on?" was a remark
I often heard expressed during
a vtoll to Israel.
l<>K;OTTi:\ ARE Kban's
courageous admonitions against
some Of the unlovely aspects of
!- aeli society the months be-
fore the outbreak of the war,
aspects which certainly contrih
uted to initial failures in the
war.
Eban feels frustrated because
he is convinced that with his ex-
ceptional experience in foreign
affairs and as a negotiator his
talents should be used for the
good of Israel in the negotia-
tions with the Arabs.
There is a danger, he fears,
that the crowning achievement
of the previous government, the
disengagement agreements with
t and Syria, might not be
. Ilowed up sufficiently quickly.
and the "diplomatic rhythm"
might be lost.
He believes 'hat the closer re-
nship with the I'nited
essential to Israel de-
. on the two countries hav-
.n view and on
ement in the Arab-Israeli
nship.
EBAN SEES no possibility ol
a | ,;.,,,.. alition because the
.,.,... oi the government and
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But Kban argues that this le-
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will have to be taken about the
future of Israel, should see a
Stronger and not a weaker Is-
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To him it seems a weakness
that the Israeli Labor Party is
thi only such party in the world
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Friday, December 6, 1974
K^4rcot JDrcani *^5\jrithcsizcr
( on tin lie.I from l*iij;e "i-D
riches of the past He had a deep
faith in the power of moral
ideas.
HE ADMITTED that political
and physical power may be in-
dispensable concomitants to the
implementation of an ideal, but
he never conceded that these in-
Struments were decisive. He
never acquiesced in the cursed
theory of modern politics, thai
the noble aim justifies the ig-
noble means. He knew that im-
moral methods destroy the most
moral aims.
Zionism was to him, above all,
a manifestation of the creative-
ness of the Jewish people. He
hated the Galut because it pre-
cluded tha Jews from fully re-
alizing their potentialities, He,
therefore, never regarded Zion-
Ism as a mer.' continuation of
Galul life within the Cram 'work
of a Jewish State. This explains
his attachment tj Jewish labor.
to Zionist piuiejrdom. In all
these h,' raw :i n.w form of Jew-
ish life, a transformation of the
ghetto 'if" into the frame of a
nevt society.
He envisaged a state made
gr. it by t te fullest realization
of Ihe God-given creative poten-
es of tin Jewish people and
euid (I by the moral precepts of
the Jewish prophets.
ZIONISM ARSORBKP him
iletely. He was practically
indifferent to most other prob-
lems of Jewish life in the Dins
pora. With the single-mindedness
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which is characteristic of genius,
he invested every ounce of his
energy and ~"u in nis wPren,c
Slisslsni Ml else in his life-his
scientific work, his social con
tacts his innumerable and varied
interests was centered around
Zionism And for Ins reason, the
world al-.i identified him com
pletelj with Zionism. When he
was opposed as a Zionist leader
and was forced, at a certain stage
in his career, to resign as the
president of the World Zionist
Organisation, he was confounded
and baffled, it was not that he
grieved over hi* political defeat
or that he fell that an injustice
had been committed against tim.
It was simply that for all hi*
wisdom and perceptiveness, he
could not understand how the
movement could even temporar
ilv wparate Itself from him
lie was much more than the
elected presidi nl of the World
Zionist Organization. Hoth to Zi-
onist* and non-Zionist*, he was
Ihs personification of Zionism.
Thai he also haDened to be the
pr< idenl of the World Zien list
< i ^.i ;/at: i'i is a* natural as
the a-on* ol the year. It could
not b<' otherwise
EVEN MANY of hi* opponent*
took it for granted that the presi-
dency would always be his. Weiz
nrinn attained a level of leader-
ship which is rare in history, cer-
tainly for SO long a period. This
wa* his well-preserved reward
for *o completely identifying
himself with the movement he
led.
But evm greater than Wie
mann the J \>. and Wemn.inn
Ihe Zionist, was rhaim Went
mann the man. All who were
granted the privilege of work-
ing with him and being in hi-
proximity, were deeply aware of
bis human greatness.
what lends greatness to s man
i* not his deeds or achievement*,
but what he is and what he rep-
resents. C'haim Wcizmann was. in
essence, an artist, even in hi*
science, anil moat definitely in
hie political work
GBBATEB THAN hi* intellect
was his intuition. Scientists have
told u* that his greatest work
was achieved not by logical de
duetion. but by intuition. Thi*
was also true of his political
feats He was an artist, dominat- live to atmosphere.
,.d by moods and highly sensi- He needed '.-.ends, warn,,,,,
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*JtniMi Fk radian
Page 9-D
his unique charm to which so
many succumbed. He had an un-
canny understanding of others.
This sovereign talent of his for
dealing with people explains the
profound impression he made on
i M) oi the treat leaden of our
time Balfour. Lloyd G
Churchill. Roosevelt and many
others
lie was not an orator in the
hackneyed sense of the term. Yet
th )< eches of ft leaders of
our time have made so lasting
an impression. He was an artist
.1- a speak
Ho could demolish an oppon-
ent with a bon mot. He could
capture an audience with a
phrase. Yet it was not this mas-
tery, it was not his arguments,
his logic, the form in which he-
cast his speech, but the human
being behind the speech that
made this lasting impression
Public speaking was for him a
means of impressing his person
ality upon the audience
EVEN LONG after one had
forgotten bis S" Bch, the impres-
sion of the man who had made
it lingered on. Therefore it was
such a delight to be with Ml^is*
manu Once you were admit'.4
into lu> circle, you became in-
fected with the life and warmtfi
radiating from the man and
charging Ma environment. To
meet him. to talk to him, was al-
ways a fresh experience. For
those who worked with him.
every day saw a now drama, and
every dialogue a revelation. He
had little understanding tn I ps
i. nee for organizational woi k Off
for the rules and routine of .i
Continued on Page 11-I)
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s mpathy. Me was tremendous!}
temperamental, he could hate
and love, raft ind forgive. He
>ai never calcutattint Hy or
scheming. He was spontaneous,
and sometimes said and did
' lings that ran counter to all
[xiiitical calculati >ns and brought
him trouble
He exposed himself to attacks,
was incautious in his utterances
and had nothing but supreme
contempt for the scheming of
the run-of-the-mill politicians
His ivas the self-assurance of
genius. He refused to that were incompatible with his
nature, He was, like all artists.
an aristocratclaiming the right
t,> use 'us own methods and re-
fusing to be forced into the
strait jacket of party politics or
become involved in party pro-
-i.im-
llE WAS not a man always
easj i" get along with. One had
to adapt oneself to his moods.
The artist in Wei/mann explains
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professor ^>^flonc, ^f^ctmuca
Continued from Page 7-D
where academics and intellec-
tuals are not prominent among
its leaders. There had been too
much sectarianism within the
Labor Party, and there was
even at one time the possibility
that a Cabinet might be present -
id without a Finance Minister.
Yet L'ban voted for the gov-
ernment of Rabin because I be-
lieve he felt there was no al-
ternative. Likud policies run
contrary to all his beliefs of
compromise and moderation.
HE WAS shixked by the
American agreement to supply
Egypt with a nuclear power sta-
tion. His immediate fears were
centered not so much on Egypt
producing an atom bomb
fears which loom very large in
Israeli eyes but in the clos-
ing of the technological gap be-
tween Israel and Egypt
The gradual Introduction of
DUCleax power into the Arab
world would, he feels, also be
accomj anjfld >v a ctae '" the
number of hishl> trained tech-
nological personnel, and the gap
retween the Arabs and the Is-
raelis wou'.d br filled.
The American.-, hk.n felt, bad
made a mistake. However, like
Moshe Dayan, who publicly at-
tacked the agreement as dan-
gerous to Nine!, Kban voted
with the government against a
Lik re motion on the
way the government and partic-
ularly Yigal Allon had handle!
the shock announcement ol the
ent.
kijw ADMIRES Dr. Henry
Kissinge i says lit b is no
fears aboul American policy un-
less there is a id-
lock. Eban urges that the i
oi ;. g with King Hus-
i
GEN. DAYAN
also on the outside
sain should no! be missed. If Is-
.ae. waits, the option might be
clos d.
'ihe. c has been a suggestion
that i.'ian should become the
next President of Israel when
(i lent Katzir completes his
term in office. But I doubt
whethi r Eban hat any such
plans. He is fully convinced that
he sir! has a major role to play
in aj I ve tsi 11 politics.
In the meantime, he is spend
moi ths in the n te '
al Colum-
L'nivi Ity, a
ii rnment with Its
i, | | | g
Wiii'.i he returns << Jei usalem
the pul see one of I
tu ists w hich so i ten
en the Israi seen
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tu firm a new government.
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VjeWistl fkreJikJr
Page 11-D
Jltc yjrtfat JDrcam *j5\tnth
Continued from V*z>- '.< I)
prcat organization in operation.
This. too. was eharac-tt-r:>tic of
his great artistic personality.
I ONCE saiii to him: For you.
each day is Genesis; for you the
world is bein | creat
every day."
Therefore, it is such a d p
not to have I
Life is duller and grimmer with-
out him. Evei
his nun life has
poorar lince Welzmann is no
more From I historica .
our movement has l t not
onl} Its greatest leader in the
past thirtj years, but his
down the curtain on a
dr. am charge I p >ri in Jewish
history. Her/1 \\a5 the creator of
'cV<
esizer
the Zionist vision, Welzmann the
symbol and creator of the Zion-
ism of fulfillment, of halutzic
Zionism in the fullest sen!
the term.
The deepest meaning of a
great personality lies in ita
belie value. The gr at -
canee of a man i
h has d not i in what
he has b >ut in what
: I* i- in this
'
It as a ymbol that
to be as n
ful to future generati ins as
id en to his
LONG AFTER the contempt),
rary image of this warm i. i
Chaim Weizmann, will
have passed awaj and bei n I .
Vlenorah it /ftwitk ~-L-i\-jfif
Continued from Page .">-!)
the direction in which we are
moving. Such, for example, was
tiie most gigantic catastrophe in
human history, perpetral i upon
our own people thirty years ago
Olten when we think of the Mali
Holocaust we wonder if light is
not on the decrease instead of
the increase Hut viewed in the
sober light of the mi
history Of mankind, our 0
notion i> a positive one.
IF WE truly feel that at the
of the worl' there
il law, and that the universe
is not merely a scientific acci-
dent then we will have confi-
dence that our efforts towards
creating the ju<> society are
never in vain
And so, i- we light one more
candle each niiiht. let it be ac
companied by one more
deed, and by doing so. contribute
our part towards ushering in the
Messianic Age Let this year's
kindling of the Chanuka Menor-
ah symbolize our positive affir-
mation that the world is
and that ai g ling to leat
in a better state than thai in
whh h we f lun
gotten, because those who expe-
rienced him will have faded
a a a>. he will continue to exer-
i ise Influence a< a symbol He
symbolizes Zii nSam at id best
as a great moral idea which re-
gene:.,: .i sop] and lib. |
it r
But even m i| .-ant, he
:- a symbol of li n -nera-
I Cl r Israel.
, thi

, the 33
ol W m: nn is a repr m
itive Zi ml m, of th
intuitions of th Zio list ideal.
Thre is noth: we can wi.-h
n> ire "1. f : him 3nd for
ourselves than -o his-
torically speaking, i a his sym
boMc Implications and to use the
W izmann symbol as a pattern
and example in shaping the gen-
erations to come.
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- iw i.
'Samizdat'is the New
World of 'Muscnik'
Literary Productivity

ALBKSANDER 1 OROX1
was arrested poll In
arent effi I to I
:
[os-
COW, is ('<'- '
Soviet Jewry |
Anti-Defami
B'rith.
Voronel, who ha en ar-
rested and then released '
for organizing a seminar for Jew-
ish scientists, is the author of one
of seven articles in the collec-
tion.
IN His ESSAY, in which he
explores the meaning of Judaism
as contrasted with Russian
Marxism, he declares that "free-
dom is the principle condition of
Jife" for Jews.
The collection, entitled "Jew-
ishness Rediscovered: Jewish
Identity in the Soviet Union,"
was compiled by the Acdaemk
Committee on Soviet Jewry, an
organization of some lO.'lOO pro-
fessors at 200 American colleges
and universities.
Dr. Harris O. Schoenberg, sec-
retary of the Academic Commit-
tee, is American editor of the sol
Voronel's Russian <<>- editor
- \ iktor Yakkhot, a re arch
x in tn i In Israel.
IX a preface to the book, Ir-
\ ing !." ils Horowitz, pro!
, i ogy and political science
bi ., i .-. i University, points out
that | utting out "samlzdat" (un-
oi nd i pei iodicals "is itself
iti act ol considerable
consequence."
He calls the articles "outpour-
.- of the collective conscl nee
oi Soviet Jewry.'1
They are. he writes, not only
a statement of the rights ol Sol i-
et Jews "to practice their faith,
but to exercise their natural
rights' of migration to Israel and
elsewhere,"
This, according to Prof. Horo-
witz, has converted tne earlier
literature of shame and guilt in-
to a contemporary expression of
defiant militance."
ALL OF the contributors to
the book are Jewish, with the ex-
ception of A. Tverdokhlebov, the
Soviet physicist who founded the
Moscow Committee on Human
Rights m ith Andrei Sakharov
and Valery Chalidza.
Thi a: tide- vary in tone and
Continued on Following Pnge
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+Jeist>rkrMtori
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^antizdat lAJorld of rdefusenih
ontinttetl from I*i. < rding Psgre
mce, rani/in^ from Voro.
Ml'l philosophical es,iv to a
|tleeply personal account of a
ewish .-ill's childhood experi-
mce in the Soviet Union, written
ll.v Yuliyah Shmukler, a mwiioal
Txeiilokhlebov's contribution is
in extensive examination of Ra-
sinn furidical principles as ap-
|)lii-(i to forced labor. lie uses h
i nted can history, "The
Baas "t S. A. Gurvits." to illus-
|fate many of his legal points.
the <;i rvits case, reading
] chapter out of Solzhenit
lj-n oi >ru ell's '.. ';." ii n step-
j. happen-
ti' ,: ." '>. ho m i- :..-i harged
fcor.i i. Ition a i eaearch
L-i'iti-i it the Mucleai Physics
Instill.to of Moscow University,
ranch i a "pai te 'i: forced
i v k al ii ni .1 labor.
nsists of Gur-
Bts' futile lette rotest to
the Soviet aRen< ios in charge of
liix case and their res|xinses and
decrees.
Aleksander Temkin. a fonner
senior scientific worker at the
USSR's institute of Petroleum
Chemical Synthesis of the Acade-
my of Sciences, writes about
Jewish identity and its meaning
for him and the Jewish people.
Faced with "the choice of
dciHi at the stake or becoming
a chemist," Temkin states, "any
one oi us physicists would surely
choose die easier alternative."
lit r this, he writes, is not
true 'if the .low faced with the
choice .ol giving up his Jewish-
neat fbi th< Jew must and will
hi as ins ancestoi s did, anil,
if necessary, die.
The loci; closes with a letter
that condemns cruel, unthinking
conformity, it was urltten bj .i
non-Jewish nurse's tide to th<
head o| n > erj at hospital
no
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mmm te* otm
I I s
When the surjjeon applied for
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apologizes for the abuse he re-
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and will "growl at anyone they
are sicked on." .A.
"Jewishness Redisco\-eied" is
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published by the League. The
first, "I am a Jew," appeared in
June. 1973, and was also edited
by Voroncl and Yakhot.
Yakhot was formerly with the
Nuclear Physics Institute of the
Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
VoroneL one of the most emi-
nent intellectuals among Soviet
Jewish activists, is a doctor of
science in mathematical physics.
I'ntii. lit: was discharged c
advocating the rights of Jews, he
mil professor and research
scientist" at Duhna Center "f
Nuclear Research.
His seizure by the police stem-
med from plans t" hold a seminar
during the summer. Nineteen
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to me. I felt th;it be was s| nly to me
but to all my comrad a in arms eeling
of love in his woi ll hit M
whom hi- h:ul reared: 1 i la in his
bearing ;<- of a nhnrn, and en-
couragement Ii talesman of a
eouwtrj facii
Yi.i ONI irm-heartedness
accompanii v a wisdom ''< | nov h dge and ex-
i Chalm Wetemenn
r >aiity. I was -landing in
from ,.f t:,'.
I ., spend many hours with him
I hall never target my meel
th him for Ihey gave me encouragement and
Those of us who take an Interest in archeology
know thai in order to delve into the secret- of the
and to reveal Its outstanding events one needs
a special eyepiece, as it were We dig, unearth, and
reconstruct th" civilization.- thai arose and were
destroyed and as in our own country, fell in order
to rise again.
But what we try to catch is in actual fact a
sense of history. Chaim V'eizmann was gifted with
this unusual sense. It was natural and instinctive
in him. Perhaps this sense of history was the main
foundation of his greatness.
IT INFLUENCED his trend of thought and feel-
ings and because of it he never lost his faith and
hope and was never discouraged by temporary set-
backs nor disillusioned for the duration He had a
knowledge of the past and knew what was likely
to happen This sense of history' stood him in good
stead whenever he had to make decisions and to
take political action, and it gave him the possi-
bility of discerning between the important and the
unimportant.
He had always the final goal m front of his
eyes and he always endeavoured to arrive to that
goal by the securest way. He had. so to speak, the
ability to rise to the heights from which he was
able to see both the past and the future and to dis-
continued on Following I'age
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(Successors to NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC.)
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1930 NW. 23rd Street, Miami Phone 635-4581
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Owner Hy Hamb -q
340 23rd STREET-MJAMI BEACH 532-2110 538-0938
vJmist Meridian
Friday, December 6, 1974
unann taking the Presidential oath ad ministered by Joseph Sprir.tzak Speaker of the
Ki in 1948. The historic meeting took pi ace in the Assembly Hall of the Jewish Agency
ii. fei salem.
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Officially Appointed Retailers ..
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BMW MOTOR CARS
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hone 633-6531
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2306 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 564-4508
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Specializing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
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A Happy Chanukah To All .
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.
MEL HABER and ARCHIE STRUHl
Suite 239
Dade Federal Building
119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
GREETINGS TO ALL ..
CARMEL BAKE'
RETAIL KOSHER
847 Washington Ave., Miami *each
Phone 538-7592
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Jewish f\c$mi~sonce
< oiitiniiiil from Preceding. Page
[cern the paths li a lizi i from one mountain peak to
ther, and to pick the road by which iu lead hia
people t Indi pendencc
now what did Dr Weizmann moan to our
generation who were b rn and brought up in th:-;
( ui try? w I .: his pre< epts I i us? In n
nil n thej hhi life
I \.
We musl ok uj or oui selves as upon the gen-
i n tru.'ed ith thi m ision ol iple,
[The h ind ol fate, a fttd hip at l our own
ht us the Stat i ted
f red i r | i pie We m rl i
[this opportui h strength and courage and de-
[vote our lives to the fulfillment of the mission.
WEIZMANN IIAn iu hi us to distinguish bc-
[tween form and content Both of them are ini-
portant, but we m ? be careful not to be blinded
by the outward spend i and glory thai envelop the
Stal lest we fail to ..... the goal for which it was
established: the ingath rin of the Exiles, th" re-
vival of our people and the revival of our language.
Without the "rk of the State, we shall
jbe unable to >' < ii problems: but that alone la
insufficient. As Weizmann once said, a state is not
created by injunctions but by the efforts of the
[whole people over the generations. He foresaw and
realized that if the State had been given us by the
governments of the world, it would be a verbal
lift neiie
Guided by Dr, Wcizmann's Inspiration, we must
:e that on thi- gi ni *ion devolve tasks and
towards our peo] i meland which we
alone can n ill i We musl ensure the ; ice of this
try, its security along our frontiers and Its
full ind ; ndence.
\\\: MIST develop cur country, revive and
ttle its desert areas establish new settlements,
new industries, make use nf our scientific
er to increase yi Id and vari
I I, .
rd ot kno Ih of the nati in.
v\e must give new conl >rd "Jew,"
' -i> of Jew km life thr
" : ir abilii o ab rb our
en in our midst and open Up new h
iphirej I literature, the arts, music and
science.
Dr, Weizmann's example Imposes upon us the
duty of tackling these problems with a clear sense
of the mission devo us. We must strive
( rward with coura [e and without hesitation.
Hit. WEIZMANN was a great man ot science.
a research worker of universal renown, a man who
revi al d IM h scientific truths that brought him both
wealth and renown and enriched the scientific
woi id
But he was also I |reat leader and statesman.
He did not lock himself up in his laboratory; ha
did not remain oblivious of current problems, he d;i
not remain unmoved by the straggle and aspira-
tion- of bis people. This fusion of traits must serve
: example to our youn | scientists.
Cn the < ne hand, they must aspire to advance-
fi< ii : re earch, but at the same time
the} must be aware Of the problems and needs of
our i ind our to find
solutions for them. On th? other hand, and thi- is
no le s important, they must do this without in any
" the standards of their research work.
from
thed to us bj I >r. Welz nann
in i i e and si iti manship. Dr.
. ot h< liberator ol our country in
ti' if the ti n; he was man
of '.' i mmander; he was
a redeei r
ill. W s the n
3 soul ility he
combined the th of East European
the ill ue of the Wert and a sense of the
mission whi h c: nnol be and i- inhen
in the man who kiv thai the revi' al of the nation
return to the land
of its birth, to the land from which its spiritual
greatness drew su '."nance.
The place of the giant of yesteryear Is
immortals. The princioles according to which he
lived and the faith from which he drew strength
we must guard and bequeath to our children.
The flame that h" lit must be carried aloft by
US and may every generation add light and power
to this flame.
appy Chanukah To All .
George
BERNSTEIN
and
FAMILY
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With Inftgrify
Since I35"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
Phone 661-1900
| HOLIDAY GREETINOo
TROPICAL
APER BOX CO.
Manufacturers of
LRTISTIC PAPER BOXES
lOOU N.W. UtJl Stwet
Phone 592-5520
Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings to the
I Jewish Community
^STELLA'S
'ORIGINALS
M075 Kane Concourse
|Uy Harbor Island, Fla.
Phone 864-3611
i Holiday Greetings
DON GREENE
I PROVISIONS
^900 N.W. 75th Street
IAMI, FLA. 836-4680
JHOLIDAY GREETINGS
ISTOBS BROS,
instruction Co.
IJ. ROBERT ST08S, SR.
>10 NE. 4th Court. Miami
Phone 751-1692
Good Wishes trom .. .
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp.
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531- 7341
SEASONS GREETINGS
RUOMA
PICTURI CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
Happy Holiday To My
many friends and clienta
M. D. FUTCH, REALTORS
"Better Class Homes
Since 1923"
975 Arthur Godfrwv Road
538-1843 Miami Beach
A Hapoy Chanukah To All .
BEN
hurwitz, inc.
Bonded and Insured
Complete Building Demolition
and Land Clearing Service
Free Estimates
16300 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 624-7347, 945-7188
A HaDoy Chanukah To All .
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Sharpening Factory Mtteod
Small tnqinc Upein Kenlah
8195 N.W. 17th AVE.
Phone 6930221
Pet* Tto, Ow.ier
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
A Happy Chanukah To All .
from
STANLEY BORNSTEN
SEMINOLE
Tile Co.
13305 S.W. 88th Avenue
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALLES
Southeast Corp,
7395 West 18th Lane
Hiaieoh, Florida
Phone 823-4700
(Broward) 923-7091
Wats Line 800-432-6050
A KAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
EXECUTIVE SECURITIES CORP.
1350 NORTHEAST 125th STREET, NORTH MIAM.
Phone 891-0500
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ALEXANDER STOCK FARM
12220 S.W. 43rd Street
Phone 221-9057
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LIN'ADO
Holday Greetings To All
MacVICAR-WElLS INC.
3445 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 573-5414
DR. and MRS
HARRY RIMER
daughters Andrea & Imd.i
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy Chanukah
to their
Relatives and Friends
A Happy Chanukah To AM
FEDCO
1605 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE 531-8945
To All... A.Most Happy Holiday
HOWARD S. IU I l>Mt
CUSTOM BROKER
1001 North American Way
Dodge Island
P.O. Box 389
Miami 33132
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
WEST CASH & CARRY BLDG.
MATERIALS OF MIAMI. INC.
50 NE. 181 Street
Phone 652-2877
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
KING ARTHUR CHAIR CO., INC.
5501 N.W. ?6th AVENUE
Ph. 635-3066 Ph. 635-6650
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ANTON'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
3695 N.W. 183rd Street 624-3854
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
EDWARDS PRODUCE COMPANY, INC.
1201 N,W.31st STRUT, MIAMI Phone 324-6143
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LANDRY'S JANITORIAL SERVICE
Hotels Homes Offices Stores Cleaned
Floors Stripped and waxed Construction Clean-Up
Carpet Shampooing 24-Hr. Service 573-8866
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
EWFIELD'S
4000 N.W. 30'h Ave. Ph. 633-1551


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Friday, December 6. 1974
Mayshie Friedherg Tribute
Monday To Feature Humorist
Aiaericv ; h folk humorist
Senator will be the *pa
'clal guest al (be South Slioro
Testimonial Bally honoring io
> iii<> Friedber [, 93, fttonda;
according to chairman
Abraham Grunhut.
for the 8
i' ni. rally held on behalf ol la-
-. '1 Hor.i- .ti the s uth Beach
Auditorium, 10th Sb
I Drive, but tickets must be
i up ;;i the Miami B
krael Bonds office, 420 Lincoln
-!. 2A.
\ top i ig performer,
Her is a well known racon-
teur and toastmaster, and has ap-
i ared in several motion pic-
in night dubs across the
country, and on television.
Sobaffer has scored notable
success at the Diplomat and
Fontaim I leau !i itels in
i, the Copai ibana in New
York City, and it the Concord
i ad Gro sing( r's in Now York
state.
Mayshie Friedberg will receive
the State ol Israel AUmaui (In-
depen lence] .' ward at the rally
in recognition ol his -3 years of
daily volunteer work foi Israel
Bonds. xiAAXB
Serving as cochairmen of Mon-
day night's South Sh::re Testi-
monial Rally arc Mrs. Milton
Green, president of the Pioneei
Wo r :i Council of South Florida,
and William (i Mechanic. pr<
dent of Beth Jacob Congregation.
AT NO EXTRA COST
Unlimited in-and-out service Every garment is glazed
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Our bonded messengers pick-up and deliver your furs
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BILL HOFMAWS LANDSCAPE MRSERY INC.
2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
CONNIE'S
SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HArPY CHA'MAH TO ALL
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
A HA H TO ALL .
GULF ELECTRIC
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JrJ '
PHONE: 592-3495
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
APPLIANCE REPAIRIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Phone 947-8041 1784 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
ORT nna-yeu: growth chair-
man Mrs. Belle Dernis, and
her cochairman, Mrs. Char-
lotte Horn.
3529 NE 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 573 4045
COi- J.C< AND DICK JONES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
AH .
BALOGH JEWELERS
447 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 531-0087
242 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 445-2644
nzmn
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
HERTZBERG FAMILY
VICTOR HOTEL
1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0041
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ROYAL TOURS OF SOUTH MIAMI
7194 Red Road 667-6481
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach 947-2567
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL MY FRIENDS
MISTER ROBERT OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
16940 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
Across *hr> Street from City Hall
Phone 945-8121 or 947-1911
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
FAIM ISLAND OF MIAMI
THE REINHARD FAM'LY
100 N.E 39th STREET
MIAMI FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MARTIN APPLIANCE
SALES SERVICE, WASHERS MYERS & ELECTRIC RANGES
12327 N.E. 6th Ave.-REAR-Nerfh Miami, Fla.-Phone 895-0382
CHBKUKflH
GREETS
And Best Wishes From
NICHOLAS PEPPAS
Contractor Developer
4650 S.W. 75th AVENUE
MIAMI 33155
'


Friday, December 6, 1974
>Jenist r/criaHatn
Page 3-B
j
Dore Scharv Kevnotcr At
Society Of Fellows Dinner
Well known playu right pro
ducer Dorc Schary will be the
keynote speaker at the sixth an-
nual dinner-dance <>f the Florida
i napter of the Society of Fellows
,,| the \nti Defamation League I (
B nai B'rith, according to Huh
ard Essen, State Chairman of the
Society.
The 1974 Society of Fellows'
dinner, honoring community ac-
tivist Ben Essen ifl scheduled for
Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Eden
ROC Hotel and is a reported sell-
out.
Mr. Scharv. honorary natioral
Chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League, is a lifelong participant
in public affairs and Jewish com-
munal life.
In making the announcement,
Mr. Essen said, "Dore Schary is
a distinguished American whose
leadership is reflected in the in-
numerable public and private or-
ganizations in which he has
served."
Mr. Schary has been the re-
cipient of some 150 charitable
and communal awards and cur-
rently leads a special effort on
behalf of the Anti-Defamation
League.
The Society of Fellows is a
DORE SCHARY
leadership group whose members
work to promote the local and
national programs of the League.
Members of the Society are rally-
ing the special support necessary
to meet the unprecedented chal-
lenges to peace and security fac-
ing the Jewish community today,
both here and abroad.
society 01 reuows is a ikjui nere aim juiiwu.____
'Israelis Are Coming' Sellout
Predicted By Producer Fershko
A sell-out is predicted by
Maestro Shmuel Ferhko. produc-
er and director of the 10th an-
niversary production of the "Is-
raelis Are Coming." which will
take place at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Jan. 18, in the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Appearing on the program are
'The Ayalons," four superstars
of Israel; Sara Aviani. Israel's
best-known TV-radio recording
.star; Mort Freeman, internation-
ally famous M.C and vocalist,
and the Yemenite Trio.
The "Israelis Are Coming" has
been a major attraction on Mi-
ami Beach since its inception 10
years ago. Among the star guests
on former programs were Her-
at hel B-rnardi. of "Fiddler on
the Roof." Red Buttons, famous
movie star and Oscar-Award win
ner. and Sam I.evenson. national-
ly known comedian.
CORSAIR HOTEL
101 Ocean Drive ON THE OCEAN
Air-Cond. Maid Service Low Rates
Yearly Rentals Available. Phone 672-7447
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
LOUIE AGUIRRE PAINT & BODY SHOP, INC
Axel Frame I Front End ServiceInsurance Estimates
7111 N.W. 6th COURT, MIAMI
Phone 757-9681 754-8659
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Hitching Post Barbecue Ranch
445 E.OKESCHOBK ROAD, HIALEAH
PHONE 887-6012
Greetings toXXir
Jewish Friends
MEDICAL ARTS DRUGS
836 N.W. 183rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone: 652-5340
A Happy Chanukah To All .
RICHARD B. BERNDT
INSURANU
7211 S.W. 58TH AVE.
PHONE 661-4213
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from .
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
PrKrlpl!on SpcMIN
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424
"Seasons Greetings
To Oor Friends"
MISTER RICHARD
SANZ SALON
Harbor House South
10275 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbour
Phone 865-4909
Americana Tours
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
245 S.E. First Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Holiday Greetings To All...
BARTON'S Bonbonniere
New Israeli Gift Department
Phone 538-0409
424 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: JE 2-6102
ATHUR GIORDANO (New Owner)
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
TREN0UTH A. ADAMS, AGENT
753 N.F. 167th St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE FORGE RESTAURANT
432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI 8EACH
Phone 534-4536
COLLINS KOSHER MEATS
STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY UNDER THE
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI A. BEN HILLEL
7311 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
OPEN 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
PHONE: 861-3042
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
STYLE FURNITURE
706 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami
PHONE 8951510
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
A & P BAKERY SUPPLY
& EQUIPMENT COMPANY
3590 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 635-0845
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PAPA'S SELTZER
(Ortly Plastic Coated Seltzer Bottles)
FREE HOME DELIVERY
2110 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE 324-0330
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone 534-4883
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2156
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BARROW OF FLORIDA
(Formerly Florida Upholstery Supply Co., Inc.)
3731 N.W. 71st St., Miami Phones 836-9718 836-9719
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
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DOUG STEWART, REALTOR
8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All FROM
MENDELSON'S SOUTH
STRICTLY KOSHER
621 WASHINGTON AVENUE
OPEN DAILY
PHONE 532-2426


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Friday, December 6, 1974
Play To Benefit
Israel's Red Cross
Israel's official Red Cross serv-
ice will be the beneficiary of a
presentation of "The Pajama
Game" Dec. 29 in Phase III Club-
house of Hawaiian Gardens,
l.auderdale Lakes.
The benefit performance of
the popular play will be given
by the Twin Lakes Theatre
Group of Phase III. according to
David Coleman of Miami Beach.
Florida state chairman of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel.
The Twin Lakes Theatre
Group already has presented
seven performances of "The Pa-
jama Game." each night playine
to enthusiastic capacity audi-
ences.
The musical is produced and
A Happy Chanukah To AH
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
GOOD ART ALSO
PISTURE FRAMING
LOW PRICES
6992 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, Cor 71st Street
Union 5-3181
Best Wishes From
LEYITZ
1400 N.W. 167th Street
Where the Sunshine State
Parkway Begins
Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
POLLY DAVIS
CAFETERIAS
ine Cafeteria that Changed
"Eating into Pining"
ONE NEAR YOU
A Happy Chanukah To Al
Fit r it
F A I It
1654 COLUNS AVE.
532-1713
ELI QUAIN'S
F & F STORE
215 LINCOLN ROAD
534-0859
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVEI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
Greetings ...
JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN
Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
444-6161
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE ARTIST'S
COVE
15366 W. Dixie Highway
N. Miami Beach
Phone 947-3191
directed by Irene I'nterman. She
has assembled a cast of 40 for
the special benefit performance,
with choreography by Miss Linda,
of the Linda School of Dance.
Fort Lauderdale.
Ms. I'nterman has had a suc-
cessful career as a producer in
both New York City and Fort
Lauderdale.
Tickets will he on sale in
Phase III, Hawaiian Gardens
Clubhouse. 5100 NW 35th St,
Lauderdale Lakes. Dec. 11 and
18 between 1 and 3 p.m.
May Golidstein is public rela-
tions chairman for Twin Lakes
Theatre Group.
The Magen David Adorn. Is-
rael's official Red Cross and
Civil Defense agency, operates
the State of Israel's only blood
bank and ambulance service.
State headquarters are at the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach.
Samuel Reinhard is state chair-
man.
No Inflation At
Royal Hungarian
In Miami Beach
There is no inflation at the
Royal Hungarian kosher restau-
rant, at "31 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach.
Philip Weiss said this week
that "in spite of run-away infla-
tionary costs, especially in the
food industry, Royal Hungarian
is maintaining the restaurant's
same price schedule for meals
as a year igo."
Weiss said that it was Thanks-
giving Day that caused the res-
taurant to make that decision.
"We wanted to show our
itude to the public that has
long enjoyed our wide variety f
12 appetizers, mere than 20
entrees, and the pastries, pies
and Btrudels for which Mrs.
Weiss is so famous."
Weiss said that the rise in cost
for food products like oil, flour
and sugar has been staggering,
"but you can't eat at home for
less than at Royal Hungarian "
He believes that the kosher
restaurant's clientele helped
make the Royal Hungarian's 28th
Thanksgiving season a success by-
responding to its hold-the-line
menu.
Best Wishes To All
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EARTH MOVING 8 ENGINEERING
TELEPHONE 661-8518 *
CONTRACTORS
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33156
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE PLACE ion STEAK
& HAHHOn MM.VfiK
133579th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 753-5581
Ed Zeller, Your Host
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
JOHNNY RAFFA'S L0B0 LOUNGE
1331 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 379-6290
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 373-056:2
A Happy Chanukah To All '.
DADE PIPE &
PLUMBING SUPPLY
975 NORTH MIAMI BEACH BOULEVARD
Phone: 949-0801
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
CARPET DECOR
13455 N.E. 17th Avenue
North Miami, Florida Phone 895-6600
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MR. AND MRS.
ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave. 652-6132
NORWOOD BEAUTY SCHOOL
18330 N.W. 7th Ave. 652-5544
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
FROM GEORGE MARGOLIS
ROWE MOTEL
6600 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
866-1616
A Happy Chanukah
To All Our Friends
248 ANDALUSIA CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
PHONE: 445-8696 JESS QUESADA, OWNER
ANDALLSIA BAKE SHOP
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
1350 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
HAPPY CHANUKAH
BENTLEY HOTEL
510 OCEAN DRIVE-534-1609
GREATEST HOTEL BARGAIN ON MIAMI BtACH
' .
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May this Festival of Lights
Bring Peace and Joy,
Health and Happiness
To Every Home
CONGRATULATIONS FROM
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Accountants Division To
Honor A. B. Wiener Dec. 12
Thursday, Doc. 12. is the date
set aside by the accountants of
Miami's Jewish community to
honor one of their besl loved col-
leagues, A. B. Wiener of Wiener.
Stern and Hantman.
Mr. Wiener has long been
among the mo-t active leaders
of the entire Jewish community,
particularly in the ana of Jew
ish education.
For the pa-! several years Mr.
Wiener has Served as chairman
of the Central AgeiMV for Jewish
Education, formerly the Bureau
of Jewish Education. This is a
leading member >f the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's fam-
ily of agencies, and Mr, Wiener
is a longtime member of the
GMJP Board of D
Tremendously active ii
Combined Jewish a rael
I'n" rgencj Fund, Mr Wiener
hi been chai man of the c i
n's Vccoui tants : ml ir
.1 number of y< irs i!!~"' H'
- on cochairmen Mi< hael Gold-
stein an'! Harvej Miller
ho-t a sp ci il dinner in Mr.
Wiener's honor at 8 30 p m, next
Thursdaj at I ie Greal r Miami
Jewish Federation for hi- th
Ii ss efforts t< issure th ui \ i\ :i!
of the Jewish people, as well ;*-
for his dedication which has
brought much merit to the entire
Accountants Dlvl ion
Among A. B Wiener's credits
are his membership on the
I'nited States Advisory Commit-
tee at the Second Jerusalem Con-
ference on Accountancy He i- ;*
past vice president of the Dade
County Chapter of the National
Association of Accountants, and
a pa County Chapter of the Florida
Institute of CPA's.
In his special area of concern
with high quality Jewish educa-
tion for ail youth, Mr. Wiener
served as chairman of the Fed-
eration Planning Committee on
Joining in the special Dee. 12 ,
A. B. WltNtR
Jewish Education
IB73.
I Leon D
irer of tl \ nrj
lor Israel and
\ I : I'nion of General Zionists.
Mr Dulzin i!i be guesl sp<
dinner, t
ants and their wives have been
ted
"It is a ] r m
bute to A B. Wit
-...I 1975 CJ VIKF chairman L,
Jul< \rkin. "His y< ars <'. hard
work t aid the Jewish communi-
tj of Miami have brought us into
close contact, He is a d<" I
an.! hard-working man as well as
a superb accountant. I'm proud
to consider A B. a friend, and
I find it mo-t appropriate that
his colleagues will pay tribute to
such a deservin.1 figure at their
dinner next week."
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wanted to live in with older
widow in beautiful N. Miami
Beach condominium. Refer-
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BEST WISHES FROM .
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633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
Holiday
Greetings
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
WhoUiale Distributors of the Finest .
Kosher Beef/Veal/Lamb and Poultry.
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Phone 324-1855
Greyhounds
Racing At
Hollywood
Greyhound racing actian swing'
into its first full week at the
"All New' Hollywood Dog Track
Ht liywood is the largest, new
est and rriDst modern greyhound
track in the I'nited State; with
seating for over 8.500 people and
an overall capacity of 25.000.
Action at Hollywood will be
tl) except Sunday with the
firsl post slated for 7:45 p.m.
Beginning next week. Hi.I >
wood will run matinees every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday with first post going to
the starting boxes a; 1 p.m.
There will !>; no afternoon or
night racing Dec 25. and while
there will be night action on Mi
Year'; Day, there will be no
tee cud that day.
Th tra k's dinin i
be serving fir' \ meals during
matinee and even
ices.
A Happy Chanukah To Al
3. H. KRESS
& CO.
VARIETY Si ORE
1201 Washington Avenue
Ho'iday Greetings to The
Jewish Community
HERBERT
SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
1999 N.E. 147th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 947-6894
Holiday Greetings
Vanair, Inc.
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W.Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-3374
Symbol
. for
Engravings
Sermng the AdverttsingPubhshvig
Industry Since 1957 and now
With the Most Modern Production
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This Festive Season
of
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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
JULIUS CAESAR'S RESTAURANT
"Home of The Roman Steak"
Corner 49th St. and E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah 681-6633
10". Discount with this ad
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* Jewish fhridian
Cuban Hebrew Leaders Slated
To Receive '74 Service Award
Mr. ami Mrs. George Fcldon-
kreis. leaders of the South Flor-
ida Cuban Hebrew community,
will receive the 1974 Cct. nunity
Service Award of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy at the
Miami Beach school's 27th an-
nual Scholarship Dinner.
The b'.ack-tie banquet and
dance will be held Dec. 22 at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood.
Robert Russell, past president of
the Greater Miami Jewi-h Fed-
eration, is dinner chairman.
Announcement of the Felden-
kreis' selection was made by Irv-
ing Firtil. president, and Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, largest
Hebrew day school in the South.
Dorita and George Feldenkreis
will be honored "for their years
of dedicated, distinguished and
devoted service and leadership in
behalf of the Cuban Hebrew com-
munity of South Florida, of the
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ty, the State of Israel and the
Hebrew Academy."
Mrs. Feldenkrei is vice presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy
Women and past president of the
Sisterhood of the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation of Miami Beach.
She and her husband were co-
chairmen of last year's Hebrew
Academy Scholarship dinner
which honored Rabbi and Mrs.
Gross.
Mr. Feldenkreis served as
chaiiman of the i74 Combined
.1, wish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation among the Cuban
Hebrew community. He also has
been a leader for State of Is-
rac' Bonds.
They have two children who
are students at the Hebrew
Academy, and have played a key
role in its expansion in recent
years.
Mrs. Milton Green Guest Speaker At
Eilat Chapter Anniversary Event
Mff. AND MM. GtOKt tUMIOMU
B'nai B'rith Sabbath
At Israelite Outer
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Serving the southwest Miami
area, will hold the first of a
series of B'nai B'rith Sabbaths
this Friday at 8:15 p.m. at the
Israelite Center. 3175 S\V 25th
St. The guest speaker wil< be
Circuit Judge Edward Klein.
There will be an Oneg Shabbat
after the service All members
of the Lodge and the synagogue
and persons interested in B'nai
B'rith are invited to attend.
Friday, December 6, 1974
THE FORTE FAMILY \
Extends A
Happy Chanukah
To AH ...
j FORTE TOWERS \
10th lo 12th Streets on Weil Avenue, Miami Bech E
a P
ti'w awwa mw Activities of the Pioneer Worn
ens Council for South Florida
will be highlighted next week
when the Filai Chapter of the
Women's I^abor Zionist Organize
tion of America celebrates its
10th anniversary.
An anniversary luncheon will
be held at the Tarleton Hotel,
2469 Collins Ave., Miami Roach.
at noon Wednesday.
Harriet Mrs Hill m i Green,
dent of th- Pioneer Women
fi South Florida, will be the
aker. She will present
lew of the organizati n -
plans for its Golden Jubilee Year
to be celebrated in 1975. Mrs
Rena .Miller, president, said
Mrs. Frieda Levitan, program
chairman, aiso has arranged a
special musical presentation for
the 10th anniversary event
Mrs. Goldie Rubenstein is res-
ervations chaiiman: reservations
may be secured by telephoning,
her.
Club 2 of Pioneer Women will
hold a Chanukah Social at l p m.
Monday, Dec. 16. at Washington
Federal's South Shore communi-
v lltori im, 1234 Washi
Ave.. Miami Bea< li
Mrs Betty Ko
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Friday, December 6, 1974
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Romelle Weiiikle Becomes
Bride Of Nathan A. Tarler
Romelle r.rncv Weinkle bo-
came the bride of Nathan Alan
Tarler Sunday, Dec. 1. Rabbi
Irving I^ehrman conducted the
1 p.m. ceremonies in Temple
Kmanu-Kl; a luncheon reception
for the newlywcds followed in
the temple's ballroom.
The tride. daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle of Mi-
ami Beach, graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
and the University of Georgia.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Tarler of Hollywood,
graduated from Fort Lauderdale
Senior High School and Middle
Tennessee University in Mur-
freesboro. He is presently serv-
ing as purchasing agl nt an,I con-
tract administrator at Home-
Stead Air Force Base.
The new Mrs. Tarler selected
a wedding gown Which was an
original design by Priscilla of
Boston featuring the traditional
look in pale ivory peau do sole.
Its A-line skirt and court train
was bordered with reemlinnder-
ed lace appliques. The same
lace was used on the Empire
bodice. Duchess neckline and
deep cuffs on long slim sleevei
Tiny buttons were used on the
sleeves and back. A ('ami lot cap
encrusted with pearls held her
three-tier Illusion veil and was
topped with a veil of reembr
wed Alencon lace matching the
trim on the gown.
The bridal party Included
Mrs. Robin Coliier. matron of
hoivr: the bride's sister, Mrs
Linda Benlolo, hei cousin, Jean-
ne Weinkle, an I J in,
bridesmaids They were attired
in floor li ngth, a idea pink
maracaine ierse\ with
shirred 1 ins
high into a I rtlei eck collar and
long slim sle
kin. anothei ol I
Ins, sci ved as fl< tvei
i legroon his best
man: ushei in is broth-
er, Kevin Lane, brother-in-law,
Leon Benlolo, and Phillip (.'oi-
lier.
its con out-ol
town to attend the wi Iriing in-
i ided Mr. & Mrs Ken Jacks in,
Miss Judith .'a, ksi n. an 1 Mr
Jack Weinkle, Atlanta; M
John Kronenfeld, Hendersonvil-
le. N.C.; Mr. and Mrs 1 a i
Weinkle. Atlanta; Dr L
Wilensky, Mr. Danny Wilen
rt

$. NATHAN A. TARltK
Mrs Joseph Wilensky, Mrs. Alx1
Newman, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Newman, and Mr. & Mrs Na-
than Newman of Jacksonville;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein. Tampa:
nd Mrs. David (issii.s. For-
rest Hills, N.Y.; Mrs. Jack Kal-
ian, w. Pa m Beach.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tar-
ler. Dr. and Mrs Arthur Rosner,
S' aker Hi ihts, I 'hi"; Mr. and
Mrs Howai l Irvin and Mr. and
Mrs lioieM Fishbein Chicago,
1 i : Mrs Phil Lepinsky, Par*
t. in ; Mr ami Mrs. Rich-
Fishbein, Glencoe, Illinois;
ampert, Niles, III.;
Bi : z nmei man, Atlanta;
Mrs Joseph Kostecki,
ji VVharto i, N Mr- and Mrs.
,r pie el, itune I
I and i nna Wolfon, Jack-
. il!e.
Mr. and Mrs. Tarler will live
in n.-, an < after a honeymoon
lica,
Singles Dance At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am Singles will
hold a ''.incc in the temple's
, i '.uin-o. 5850 N Ken I.ill
Hi- Sunday, Dec 15, al K p.m
I entertainment by
1 n:-> Roih Refreshments will
be -I"-.i I
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To The Jewish Community
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vJenisMcridFton
Friday, December 6, 1974
< As...
Max Lernier
Sees It
I.o Angeles Times Syndicate
CLAREMONT, Calif.' Even
before Richard Nixon's critical
illness the historians, true to the
job they have to do. began their
inquiry into the place he will
hold in history.
J'ht judgment at this point,
only three months alter his
ignatlon, seems to Ik> strongly
negative. An enterprising re-
porter in tin- Los Angeles Times
rounded up 10 American histori-
ans, well known in their Held,
to find what niche the;, assigned
Nixon to.
ALMOST WITHOUT ex
1 aced him in the low-
c f Hell i the "i I
t [ Art
' -
Ci :". .
i :i
tome s es in
res t, as

. .. i I ose that
share
|
. that he tried to
' the constil itiona i a
tt he la kind of
ithin-a-state to arisi ;
it he at cepted and sanctioned
. i ;al operations f"i Ms
advantage; tiiat when
the\ surfaced, he took part in an
te plan to cover them up
and obstruct justice; that he cut
moral corners on taxes an,! on
:: ents to his residences
his financial gain; that he
repeatedly lied to the people in
his maneuvers to escape the con-
sequences of what he had done.
.MOST OF the polled histori-
ans accept this view. Yet the
striking thing about the inter-
views i.s not their near unanim-
ity about Nixon's place in his-
tory, which was expected, but
their divergences on some side
themes. This is especially true
of several New Left historians.
One divergence is on the Nixon
record in foreign policy. Here
New Left figures like Barton
Bernstein and William Apiielman
Williams feel that the Ni.xon
policies toward China and Rus-
sia will give him some credits
with history.
In effect, they arc saying that
there were two Nixons one
covert and corrupt and one
opening new foreign policy paths.
TO THIS argument the lib-
eiai historians, and most articu-
lately Arthur Schlesinger, an-
swer in tbsti nee that there was
onlv one Ni ,mii, that h( was all
of a piece.
Schlesinge says thai the pop
if .ii belief about the creativeness
of Nixon's foreign policy will not
be bo:iie out by history. If 1 un-
i arstand this \ lew, it holds that
what was right In Nixon's for-
licy was i t ori Inal, and
r. Inal was not
rigl i.
C i .. *' New Left b.is-
i from t
estimal
ness d-'"!'.
. u > pi, try
.. S I 01
; ... tisti-
tutioi syst that it i
tn (he i not the p ility.
, Left lew i- '
Watei ate was the exen
of what was inherent in the so-
lilt into it hi 184
end its
. inequities
ser view the his-
toi i ins are not, in fad in-
Imous as thi / si ed at first
sight. My own conviction is that
i- very accu-
In then lust guesses when
they are too close to the subject.
THEY WERE pretty far off
to cite a few instances <>n
Woodrow Wilson. Franklin
Roosi velt. Ha Truman.
Dwight Eisenhower. Their first
judgments are having to be re-
vised on all these men and may
have to be revised on Lyndon
Johnson as well.
! ess so. I think, on Nixon. The"
scar of what he did and how it
endangered the constitutional
fabric and the self-image of
America will not easily bo ex-
punged. But there will be contro-
versies for a long time, not only
on his foreign policy and on
whether Watergate was unique
or repeatable but on his own in-
ner complexities of character
and personality.
And at least in a small cir-
cle of diehards there may be
a Nixon myth in the making at
this very moment.
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JWV Club Elects
Officers. Board
The Past Commanders Club of
the Department of Florida Jew
isn War \ derails of the United
States, held their first election
at their recent meeting Officers
elected were Michael Schechter.
president; Harold Bierman. vice
president; Arnold Novins, treas-
urer: Dora Freeman, secretary,
and U. Jay Berliner, parliamen-
tarian.
Trustees include',,Ben Clein.
three year term; rleraprt Dubbin.
two year term. and. Roilo Jacob-
son, one year term.
it
The South Dade Post No. 778
of the Jewish War Veterans, and
its Auxiliary, will hold their
monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Mon-
day. After a short business meet
a Chanukah party will be
held and gifts will be exchanged
n Ferdie, Department pres-
ident of the Auxiliaries, will be
a ;ii> '. Mrs. Wei-berg i- in
charge of r- freshments.
i 15, a hanukah
rty will be given for
pal nl of the Homestead
spits [ether
with the Posl and Auxiliary of
; East No. o'98.
Mr, and Mrs \ Novins
are in charge of t'i boa) ride
aboard the Jungle Que< n to be
Singles Groups
Plan Activities
The Young Professionals and
Pi ofessii mats II singles
serving Dade ami Broward Coun-
ty single adults in their 20*8. 30*S
and 40's, are cosponsoring a
seminar on "Transact ional Anal-
ysis" featuring Dorothy Cullen
and Dolly FeiRenhaum, thera-
pist! and codireetors of the
Transactional Analysis Center
of Miami.
The seminar will be held at
the r'irst Federal. 900 NK 125th
St.. North Miami. Friday at 7:30
p.m.
Professionals II will hold a
house party on Miami Beach
Saturday at 8 p.m.
The clubs aiv cosponsoring a
dance party in the Peacock
Room of the Coconut Grove
Playhouse, 3500 Main Highway,
Coconut Grove, Sunday at 7:30
p.m.
A singles weekend retreat will
be held at the Hemuda Ranch
Resort. 78 miles west ot Miami,
Friday to Sunday, Dec. 13-15.
The price includes complemen-
tary cocktails, live band dances,
horseback riding, a hayride and
tennis.
Conference For Businessmen
A one-day conference for
small businessmen will be held
Tuesday in Room 208 of the
Federal Office Bldg., 51 S\V
I-'irst Ave. Telephone reserva-
tions are required for the ses-
sion, which is sponsored by the
Small Business Administration
and SCORE (Service Corps of
Retired Executives). Contact
Jack Geis at the SBA office in
Coral Gables.
Christmas-Chanukah Party
The Surfside Women's League
will hold its annual Christmas-
Chanukah par*y. for members
and their guests only. Thursday,
Dec. 12, at 8:30 p.m. in the Surf
side Community Center auditori-
um. Irwin Bernard will be fea-
tured entertainer; refreshments
will be served.
One of the many major works to be auctioned oil at Beth
Torah Congregations upcoming Art Auction, "Th: Story of
King David" is an original lithograph, signed by Reuven
Rubin. The auction, sponsored by the Mollie Kahaner S;s
terhood, will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday evening, Dec. 14,
n the Bc-;h Torah social hall, 1051 Interama Boulevard
Tickets will be available at the door.
Upthegrove To Address ORT's
Mid-Year Growth Conference
Mi ire than .! xi membei i I
Women's America (>RT (Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation through
Vocational Training t Southeast-
ern Florida Region, were to as-
semble at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel Thursday, to evaluate chap-
ter life' as it pertains to "ORT
As a Movement in Jewish Life "
"The implementation of our
national aims and goals will dem-
onstrate the vitality and strength
of our organization, both on the
American scene and for the en-
tire Jewish community We must
continue to be a positive force
for quality education in our com-
munity," declared Mrs Belle
Dernis, conference chairman Her
co-hairman for the conference is
Mrs Charlotte Horn.
Ernest Upthegrove, director of
Program Planning and Develop-
ment. Dade County Public
Schools. Division of Vocational-
Adult Education, was invited to
address the conference during
luncheon The topic of his
speech. "Career Education." in
of major concern to the member-
ship of ORT.
Awards for visual aids and bul-
letin were to be presented in the
afternoon, at the close of th
program.
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1077 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 693-4831
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*Jenisti Florid/ian
Page 9-E
AJCongress Palestinian Study
Shows 4l\o Collision Of Interest'
NEW YORK(JTA>A new
study on the Palestinians, pub-
lished on the eve of the United
Nations debate, says there is "no
[ necessary collision between the
interests of Israel and the ful-
fillment of Palestinian rights."
But the study issued by the
American Jewish Congress and
released at a news conference
asserts thai the Palestinians can-
not demand fulfillment of their
rights "at the expensi >; the pen
pie of Israel, who have the same
right* "
IT further charges that the
Palestine Liberation Organization
as a body that employs terror-
ist means to achieve its sworn
goal of the destruction of Israel
has disqualified itself as the
spokesman for Palestinian rights.
"The problem of peace in the
Middle East could be readily re-
solved if it depended only upon
I the recognition of a collective
I Palestinian presence or personal-
I ity." the study declares.
"It has not been resolved be-
I cause that recognition is con-
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Phone 371-1639
strued by the PI/) as also entail-
ing the establishment of a re-
vanchist government committed
to the overthrow of the Jewish
homeland."
TOE AJCONGRESS study, en-
titled The Palestinian-: What Is
Real and What Is Politics." was
written by Phil Baum. associate
executive director of the oraniza-
tion and director of its Commis-
sion on International Affairs.
It describes the "legitimate
rights of the Palestinians" as
"'commensurate and coordinate
with the legitimate rights of
other human beings.*'
These include, the report con-
tinues, th.' right to live in peace.
dignity and freedom, to obtain
relief from hunger and disease,
to raise their standard of living,
to educate their children and im-
prove their depleted lands.
BEYOND THIS," the study
states, "as a people they (Pales-
tinians! have collectively the
right to seek to impress the-r
corporate personality upon the
stream of history. But they do
not in addition have the right to
demand them nt the expense of
the people of Israel who have
the same rights.
"They do not have the right
to insist that Palestinian self-
ition can take place only
on the land and territory which
now is the sole place in the en-
tire world for .i Jewish national
I itpre -ion They do not have the
richt to require the destruction
of the Jewish S11' ;i th- pre-
requisite for their own fulfill-
mi lit."
In document in:: the PI.O's aim
: ri--:i oj Israel Ba^m i i'i a
number of PI.O policy declara-
tions, including the Palestinian
National Covenant.
Till" COVENANT, regarded as
the authoritative statement of
PLO goals, He -lares thai "the es-
tablishment of Israel is null and
void." states that "the Jews are
not one pe tple with an indepen-
dent personality" and recognizes
as future inn ibitants of a new
Arab Palestine only thos< -
in Palestine before the Zionist
invasion defined ;i- 1917, the
year ol the Balfour Declaration.
More recently, the AJCon.
study observes, the Palestine Na-
tional Council, meeting in Cairo
last June, declared: "The Pales-
tine national entity, after it
comes into existence, will strug-
gle to achieve a federation of
confrontation states in order to
complete the liberation of the
entire Pale-tinian soil and as a
step on the road to complete
Arab unit.'."
CH\RACTER1Z1NG the PLO
statements as "real" and assert-
ing that it is "important that we
take them seriously." Baum
wrote:
"The declarations of the Arab
organizations unmistakably spell
out both their intention to usurp
all the territory now constituting
Israel and their rejection of any
solution short of that total take-
over except, perhaps, as a
temporary and short-term strat-
egy, made necessary or expedient
by politics."
The study describes as a "mi-
rage" PLO claims that the new
State to replace Israel would be
a "democratic secular state."
It asserts: "Every singlj
formulation in which this catch
phrase is expanded upon by its
proponents demonstrates that the
'd-mocratic secular state' they
envision Is meant to be an in-
tegral, inseparable pait of Arab
culture and society and that any
non-Moslem. non-Arab residents
are there on sufferance and will
be allowed only that modicum of
freedom of self expression avail-
able within the limits imposed by
a pervasively and indelibly Arah
societythat is. if thev are per-
mitted to remain :>< all."
BUM OBSERVES that the
P i i -tine National Covenant in-
sists on the preeminence of
\ bs in the new Palestine and
that the constitutions of every
Arab state Keep! I ebanon es-
tablish Islam as the state re-
ligion.
The 65-page study maintains
that a West Bank Palestinian
state under the PLO would be
.< source of festering political
unrest and subversion." As a
"launching pad against Israel."
the study observes, such a state
would invite "a takeover by the
Soviet Unionif not overtly then
by 'he no less effective means of
inducing ;i state of military and
economic dependence
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1565 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach 538-3711
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
1111 N.W. 159th Drive
PHONE 625-5112
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CARFEL, INC.
7495 N.W. 48th Street, Miami
Phone: 592-2760
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
JOE AVICK & SONS
217 North West 36th Street
Phone 576-0570
A Happy Chanukah To All ., .
Mr and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
11 Island Avenue Penthouse D Miami Beach
Compliments of
JERRY ROSENBERG
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.E.Ist STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
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from .
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1033 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach
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TNT CHEMICALS, ENC.
MANUFACTURERS OF HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
7301 N.W. 77th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 887-7445
HAPPY CHANUKAH AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
DELNICK'S HOTEL
1430 OCEAN DRIVE
MLAMI BEACH 534-4700
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Delnick
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC.
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15700 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SHERMAN BAUMRIND & MILTON EHRENREICH
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
WHITEHOUSE HOTEL
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Chanukah To All .
1777 S.W. 3rd Avenue 854-0633
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CELEBRATING OUR 55th ANNIVERSARY
3555 N W. 74th St. -696-7620


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Friday, December 6. 1974
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassflli
Groups Schedule Meetings Monday
A number of Miami B
chapter of Hadassah groups h
scheduled their meetings next
.Monday.
Emma Lazarus Group plans a
luncheon meeting in the Holiday
inn. 8701 Collins Ave., at noon.
Rose Krause will preside; pro-
gram will include a candelighting
ceremony,
Israeli Group will meet at noon
in the Algiers Hotel, with Es-
ther Meyer presiding. The film
As Always Hadassah" will be
shown.
Forte Towers Group's meeting
in the auditorium of 1200 West
Ave.. at 1 p m. will be a Chan-
ukah celebration with Pauline
Lessem presiding.
Fannie Willig will preside at
the noon meeting of the Stephen
S. Wise Group in the Barcelona
Hotel. A Chanukah skit will be
presented.
Louis D. Brandeis Group will
celebrate Founder's Day with a
noon luncheon in the Eden Roc
Hotel featuring gala entertain-
ment. Mrs. Irving Tagrin will
preside.
Royal Maccabees Group will
hold its Founder's Day luncheon
in the Tarleton Hotel beginning
at noon, with Clara Landy pre-
siding. Rabbi David Raab will be
jiuest speaker; Tony Simone and
Ho^anne Sardi will entertain.
Lincoln Group will meet in the
100 Lincoln Road Club Room at
noon with Clara Goldberg pre-
siding.
..Her/.l Group will meet at noon
in the Tarleton Hotel with Mrs.
Syd Spear presiding. Guest speak-
er will be Mrs Sherman Fast,
past president of Miami Beach
Chapter.
Mt. Scopus Group will meet at
noon in the 5 Island Ave audi-
torium with Mrs. Julius Kaplan
presiding.
The Bay Harbor Group meeting
at Schraffs Restaurant. Bal Har-
bour, will begin at 11 30 a.m.
Sybil Scheid will preside at the
Chanukah celebration
Sophie Tucker Group will have
a regular meeting at noon Mon-
day, and a "Las Vegas Night" at
7 p.m. Sunday. Dec. 15. at the
Coastal Towers with Rose l'od-
den presiding.
Southgate Group plans a Chan-
ukah program Monday at 7 p.m.
in the Terrace Room with Shirley
Rosenberg presiding and Dolly
Kramer and her committee en-
tertaining. The group will hold
its Founder's Day luncheon at
Garden Club Sponsoring
Plant, Shrub Sale Tuesday
A wide variety of indoor and
outdoor plants and shrubs will
be available at a plant sale spon-
sored by the Surfside Garden
Club. Tuesday from noon to 3
p.in. at the bayfront home of
Ruth Busker. 8986 Bay Drive,
Surfside. Preceding the sale, the
membership will enjoy a lawn
party luncheon.
Club member Mrs. Guelda
Thach has been engaged by the
Town of Surfside to work with
its nurserymen on a program of
beautification and perpetual care.
The Surfside Garden Club has al-
so helped set the policy of the
Town to treat all palm trees on
private property, free of charge.
Club president is Dorothy Gro-
met.
RETIRED GOVERNMENT
ATTORNEY
Desires room with Jewish
family in N. Miami Beach.
Paul Ulman, 891-5179.
noon Thursday, Dec 12, in the
linebleau Hotel. Honored
guests will be Rabbi Irving
! ehrman of Temple Emanu F.l
and former Miami Beach Ma; ir
Jay Dermer. Musical entertain-
ment will be by Miss K iy
Kramer, accompanied by Mai
Shmuel Fershko,
Shaloma Group will feature a
candlelighting ceremony at it>
meeting in th? Delano Hotel
Tuesday noon. Edith Shapiro will
preside.
Il.iiin Yassky Group plans a
card party Wednesday at Byron
Hall with'Bertha Kohansov pre-
siding. Call Helen Schaub for
reservations.
Hannah Senesch Group's HMO.
luncheon will be held at the Se-
ville Hotel at noon Thursday,
Dec. 12. Inez Townsend will pre
side; gala entertainment will be
featured.
THE
National Hotei
uniJ fiie
Kcretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Happy Chanukah
I.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
HOME BAKE SHOPPE
Bakers of Fine Cakes & Italian Pastries
Orders taken for all occasions
13235 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone: 681-0542
Happy Holiday To All
L L. BROOKS, President
GEORGE P. HARTH, Gen. Mgr.
For Your Housing Accommodations Call
BONDED RENTAL AGENCY, INC.
Registered Real Estate Brokers
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami-Ph. 759-7833
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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1000 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami Phone: 633-0281
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
761 N.W. 21st Street
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FINEST QUALITY FOOD BUFFET CATERING
UPTOWN DELICATESSEN
NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone: 866:7077
1111 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale, Florida 923-9122
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-8051
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY
The trio of Eugene Istomen, (left) p;anist; Isaac Stern, violin-
ist; and Leonard Rose, cellist, will appear in concert at
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. Wednesday. Dec. 11.
at 8:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Judy Druck-
er, chairman of Beth Sholom's Great Artists Series. Tickets
are available at the temple office; Allegro Music House,
Coral Gables; Miami Beach Radio Co., Photo Center Stores,
Dadeland and 163rd Street, and Al's Camera Shop, Nor-
mandy Isle.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH .
CATALINA DORSET HOTELS
1720-1732 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4316
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
WIUILHK Wt/K/K. MSC.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE 576-0130
JACK WALKER, Pres-dent
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IN THE PROFESSIONAL ARTS CENTER
1150 N.W. 14th Street, Miami
Phone 324-0803
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PAN AMERICAN AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
2615 W. Flagler Phone 642-6511
WISHING ALL MY
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Israel Hi tadrut Foun-
|iith Broward Council
that in observance of
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Federal Bank Building. Young
Circle and Harrison St. The pro-
gram will include Israeli song."
and dances by the Girls of Ahav
Chapter, BBC. Guests are wel-
come.
DR. tfON MONISM
Sol Stein, national president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
a noted economist, radio com-
nu nt itor and Zioi ler.
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Lanaau, :i soprano with a pro-
irtedge ol Eur ipean
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MASTUt CRAFTWCN IN SUVES AND BRONZt
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suiTer needlessly.
-M MOLST BEAUT,FU1- XCLUS.VELV JKWISH CEMETERY
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