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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 48
Miami, Florida Friday, November 28, 1975
Six Sections $1.00
FIRST CANDLE FRIDAY EVE
Chanukah: Our
Ancient Festival
Of the Lights
Special Holiday Features Sec. C and D
Syria Takes Over As
New Tough Customer
/ 'HANUKAH is known as the
"Festival of Lights," a name
rooted in the practice of light-
in" candles on eight successive
nights. Tho name of the holiday
dedication" in Hebrew
sterna from Judah the Macca-
bee's rededication of the Second
Temple.in Jerusalem about 165
BCE.
The festival also marks his
victory some three vears earlier
over the Greek king Antiochus
Kniphanes a tryar>. of the House
of Seleucus who had plundered
the Temnle while seeking to
: ircibly Hellenize .Tudea.
HIS CRUEL excesses against
the Jews which included efforts
to the compel them to parti-
cipate in oagan rites ignited the
Hasmonean uprising. The Has-
moneans were a nriestly dvnasty
founded bv Mattathias of Modin.
and his five sons. Judah amoivj
them, led the popular rebellion
in Palestine against Antiochus.
The celebration tak<;s place
tween Kislev 25 and Tevt 2
on the Jewish calendar. The
lation of this is the nevt
of I Kfaccab 1: ; "And Ju
dah and hi;; brethren and th~
whole cri" d n of Israel
davs of the
li ration of th altar houl! be
t in t Ir is fro
::' m the
of K.-l.-v. '
Wished bv
habbal 21bl which
it festival conrin-
u d for eight davs because the
o'l discovered in the Temrl \
though enough nnlv f"' ne dw,
burned miraculouilv for eight
until new sunnlies were located.
CHANUKAH candles are light-
ed in an eieht-branch candela-
brum known'as a menorah from
a ninth candle known as the
shammash. The Maoz Tzur
(Fortress Rock), a song believed
to have been composed by Mor-
decai, a 13th Century liturgical
poet, is sung. This practice
originally took place in the Ash-
kenazi rite only. Senhardim also
recite the 30th Psalm.
In the synagogue the dedica-
tion offering of the princes
Continued on Page 3-A
Long, Hard Impasse Ahead .
By YITZHAK RABI
3-A
KURT WALDHEIM
in Israel Sunday
State Dep't. Approves
Saunders' Statement
Israel Sees No Policy Change 9-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department af-
firmed that it "stands on" testimony given by Deputy As-
sistant Secretary of State Harold Saunders to a subcommit-
tee of the House International Relations Committee last
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim was in the Middle East this week to visit Syria,
Israel, Lebanon and Egypt. Waldheim met with the heads of
state to discuss with them the Middle East situation.
He has been trying to convince Syria and Israel to ex-
tend the mandate of the UN Observer Disengagement Force,
which expires Sunday.
DURING HIS six-day stay in the Middle East, Wald-
heim also conferred with the chief coordinator and the
commanders of the UN forces in the Middle East. Waldheim
was accompanied by Roberto Guyer, Under-Secretary Gen-
eral for Special Political Affairs, and three other assistants.
Sources here said that Waldheim met with PLO leader
Yasir Arafat while in Damascus. But a UN spokesman said
that full details of Waldheim's Mideast trip did not yet per-
mit him to say whether the Secretary General would be
meeting PLO representatives.
In preparation for his trip, Waldheim conferred with
the Syrian and Lebanese ambassadors to the UN and also
met with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger before his
departure.
ACCORDING TO REPORTS, the Soviet Union preferred
that Waldheim, rather than Kissinger, should undertake the
effort to work out an accord between Syria and Israel.
The Security Council is due to meet Friday to consider
the extension of the UNDOF mandate on the Golan Heights.
week which is viewed in Is-
raeli circles as indicating a
possible shift of U.S. policy
toward the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization.
Department spokesman
iseth told report-
ers that Saunders' state-
ment "represented only a
tatement" of U.S. policy
i change of posi-
tion. He said he could not
understand why the Israelis
were disturbed by it.
THE ISRAELI Cabinet issued
a statement at its weekly ses-
sion Sunday saying that a tran-
Continued on Page 8-A
Okay for Saudis to Use U.S. Arms
In Middle East Military Operations
Jews, Blacks, Women
Barred from Arab Jobs
Probe In California 10-A
SACRAMENTO (JTA) The California State
Department of Transportation has announced that Jews
Blacks and women will be excluded from a plan to send
as many as 500 soon-to-be jobless highway engineers to
build roads in Saudi Arabia.
Robert Best, chief deputy of the Transportation De-
partment, said that under the program in which the state
will technically keep the engineers on the payroll while
Saudi Arabia pays their salaries, they will comply with
Saudi Arabia's policy "not to issue a visa to anyone con-
nected with the Israeli government."
He said to the Saudis this means anyone who is
Jewish
"Another aspect of the situation is we would want
to protect Jewish people by not sending them there be-
cause it is a very emotional issue," Best said. Another
department official reportedly said that in Mtianto
Jews, Blacks are not welcome in Saudi Arabia and wom-
en don't participate in the country's business life.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The State Department has
acknowledged that Saudi
Arabia may use the vast
quantities of military equip-
ment it has purchased in the
United States in regional mil-
itary operations without vio-
lating the terms of the U.S.
Military Sales Act.
Department spokesman
Robert Funseth said, in reply
to a question by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, that the
military "exercises" just
conducted by a Saudian bri-
gade in Syria which employ-
NO PUNSTSVE CUTS... 6-A
Concern Voiced We're
Shifting Toward PLO
Continued on Page 9-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel has expressed serious
concern that the United
States is embarking on a
new policy approach in the
Middle East that would im-
ply support for the PLO un-
der certain conditions as a
means of leverage on Syria
to negotiate a second disen-
gagement agreement with
Israel on the Golan Heights.
President Hafez Assad of
Syria has stated repeatedly
that he will make no further
political moves if the Pales-
tinian problem is not taken
up and the U.S., which con-
Continued on Page 12-A
ADL STUDY PROPOSES MEASURES
Prejudice at Andrews AFB
NEW YORKA major attack
on the problem of anti-Semitism
in the armed forces has been
undertaken by the U.S. Depart-
ment of Defense "Race Rela-
tions Institute" at Patrick Air
Force Base, Fla., Col. Robert W.
Dews, the Institute's director,
announced here.
Addressing a session of the
62nd annual meeting of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Col. Dews cited ADL for its
'"support and cooperation" in
developing the comprehensive
course on anti-Semitism which
has been added to the Institute's
11-week training programs for
officers and non-commissioned
personnel responsible for race
relations throughout the armed
forces.
ALL BUT THREE of the sec-
tions of a 32-page resource text,
"Anti-Semitism," published by
the Institute, consist of materi-
als from ADL publications. In
addition, the League has pre-
pared a teachers' guide and
course outline on Jews and Ju-
Continued on Page 1S-A


Page 2-A
+Jeisti fhcrMar
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Friday, November 28, ng
New Dimensions in Jewish Education Eyed
For Related Stories
"A whole new entity with an
institutional framework for the
broadest spectrum" in the field
of Jewish education and culture
is needed '*to provide a new
quality of integration and serv-
ices." according to a report
made to the 44th General As-
sembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
(CJF) by its Committee for Na-
tional Planning for Jewish Edu-
cation and Culture under the
chairmanship of George M. Zelt-
zer of Detroit.
Section B
$20,000,000 is spent annually by
Federations in support of local
formal Jewish education. Zeltzer
said, "the issue before us is. are
we going to utilize these dol-
lars most productively?"
Observing that nearly S250,-
000.000 is spent annually by the
American Jewish community
"in the field of Jewish educa-
tion and culture, including
schools, camps and Jewish com-
munity centers, and that over
ADMITTING that he had no
formula "no blueprint, no
architecture" to present to
the 3,000 Jewish leaders present
at the General Assemblv. Zlt-
zer. a vice president of Detroit's
Jewish Welfare Federation, said
v.->t thre must be more coor-
dination and cooperation be-
tween the American Association
for Jewish Education, the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish
Culm", and the CJF's three-
year-old division, the Institute
for Jewish Life, which is due
to be phased out by 1976, and
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with the development of Jew-
ish content.
A streamlining of the present
Jewish organization structure.
without the creation of a mono-
lithic Jewish community, was
earlier urged by Raymond Ep-
stein of Chicago, president of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in his
keynote address Wednesday
evening at the Deauville Hotel.
In an overview of his three
years of CJF leadership, Ep-
stein said:
"I am calling for a stream-
lining of our present structure.
But I am not suggesting a cen-
t-al voice for American Jewry.
I "m r>roosin a r*snonsibl 'n-
volvement and accountability
so that the right voice is hfy-d
at the right time on the right
subjects.
MA NEW and unprecedented
effort of redirection and reor-
ganization is reauired." he
stated, also advising "that this
must be done planfully. that
established structure and pro-
grams must bend to the ex-
pressed sentiments of the com-
munity and that we must
emerge with instruments more
suited to the times and mo-e
capable of resolving the issues
that confront us. And this can
be brought about only bv strong
individual and institutional lead-
er shits "
Stating that he is not calline
for merger and greater cen-
tralization, "although some of
that is clearly desired" he
urged American Jewish le^d^r-
ship to harness all its forces
in a recognition and acceptance
of responsibility to the com-
munity and authority to sneak
and act within whatever limits
the community sets.
"If it be said that frequently
there is merit in more than
one voice being heard on an
important subject. I agree. Bur
the need exists for leadership
to issue the call for a more ra-
tional structure and program
than we now have and to get
in 'notion action toward that
end."
The financial crisis in New
York City, with its possible cut
in funding for welfare services.
and institutions, threaten the
very existence of the voluntary
philanthropic structure in Amer-
ica and "may dismember our
existing health, welfare and
educational setup, leaving us,
only with the remnant of a sys- j
tern that is unable to function."
This was the warning given
to the almost 3.000 Jewish lead-
ers by Sanford Solender, execu-
tive vice president of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthro-
pies of New York, largest Jew-
ish philanthropy in North Amer-
ica.
In his presentation "Meeting
Jewish Needs in a Period of
Inflati a'..jng with Ms. Elizabeth
Wicke.nden. of New York,
tV consultant of the non-
sectarian National: Assembly or
National Voluntary "H^lth j
Social Welfare Organizations,
the Federation executive paint-
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the human costs of the cur
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its impact on fafmilv. the i
and youth.
"THE PROFOUND trag
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\Tough Time With Syria-UNDOF or No
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Top level government sourc-
predict a prolonged im-
3asse in negotiations with
jvriawhatever the Syrians
jo about the Nov. 30 UNDOF
expiration.
The sources saw little
jope for the negotiation of a
second interim accord with
Syria since Israel could "of-
fer only cosmetic" border
changes within the context
of an interim agreement and,
even in the context of a final
peace settlement, would nev-
er agree to a total withdrawal
from the Golan Heights.
SINCE SYRIA rejects both
Chanukah: Ancient
Festival of Lights
Continued from Page 1-A
|(Numbers 7-1-8:4) is read from
line Torah, and in the liturgy the
Hull Hallol (Psalms 113-118) is
(recited. Al-Nissim. the Chanukah
1 special prayer, is inserted in the
lAmidah (as well as in grace
after meals) and recalls the
emple miracle.
Candles are inserted on suc-
cessive nights, an additional one
added nightly, from right to left,
ihile the lighting itself is from
lleft to right. The menorah is
Itraditionally placed in a oromi-
[nent place to symbolically "ad-
Ivertise the miracle."
THE MENORAH of Chanukah.
|a non-Bibli calholidya5 on nl2
non-Biblical holiday, original-
i was an oil lamp. But over the
years it assumed the design of
seven-branched candela-
Ibrum which was used in the
[Temple. In recent years crafts-
Imen and artists have created a
|wide variety of menorah forms.
On the first Sabbath of Chanu-
[kah the Dronhetical Dortion
[read is Zechariah, 2:14-4:7 which
includes the verse: "Not by
[might nor by Dower, but by My
I spirit saith the Lord of Hosts."
This emphasis is seen as a
Irabbinicl desire to nlv down the
[militry facet of Chanukah and
|to focus on-the Meet ofthe'sur-
[vival of. religious values threat-
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of Chanukah is to pass evenings
at home spinning the Chanukah
top"dreidel" or "trendel" in
Yiddish. It bears the initials of
the Hebrew phrase "A great
miracle happened there;" in Is-
rael the Word "here" is sub-
stituted for "there." One of the
principal customs is the ex-
changing of gifts including
monev (Chanukah "gelt").
positions there appears to be no
practical value at this time for
either interim negotiations or
negotiations for an overall
peace package, the sources said.
They acknowledged that the
United States does not accept
Israel's reading of the situation
and is vigorously pressing foi
interim negotiations on the Go-
lan once the UNDOF mandate
is renewed.
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger has made the Amer-
ican position clear on more than
one occasion and Washington
has been pressing Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin to make an early
visit to the U.S. to explore pos-
sibilities for Golan talks. Rabin
has eschewed the invitation and
is not expected to go to Wash-
ington before the latter half of
January at the earliest.
The government sources
stressed, however, that the U.S.!
was committed in writing to
continue its support of Israel
even if no agreement can be
reached on the Golan Heights.
THE SOURCES said the com-
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Friday, Noreabef 2a, 1571
First Chanukah Candle
Friday evening is the first Chamstah candle. His-
torians keep Tf^'"g us that Chanukah is really a minor
Jewish festival, but in our own time it is rapidly emerg-
ing as one of the happiest and most soul-sustaining holi-
days in the entire Jewish calendar.
The warmth of the candles, the joyous centrality
of children to its spirit, the festive glow of the occasion
through eight days of biessmgjs and song all this
brings to Chanukah a binding quality that reminds us
of our culture and tradition, and the price we have paid
for them in suffering and deliverance, throughout the
gsJBI
Few of our holidays do all these things bener
than Chanukah
Above all, there is the story of the miracle the
erase of oil meant to last for but a short time, and that
td long enough (the eight days of the festival) for
a new supply of sanctified od to be made.
In this miracle, there :s a statement applicable to
modern Juda:=:r. and the contemporary Jewish experi-
ence
Historic Promise Fulfilled
It surely is relevant to our times that nothing in
our history could have foreseen the fact of Jewish sur-
.. al since the ilaccabees. In fact, the reverse is true.
Even in the 20th century, from Hitler to the Arabs.
tbe course of Jewish experience would suggest demise
rather than survival.
And particularly so far as the Arabs, themselves,
are concerned: Not only is there the need for new
plies of oil for all of us sanctified oil, non-Arab
oil but there is the promise of the holiday:
The oil is destined to come.
Jewish history promises this in the same way that
Jewish history has assured the Jewish continuum from
time immemorial.
Chanukah not only is increasingly enjoyable Its
historic promise remains endlessly fascinating.
Academy Anniversary
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy celebrates its 28th
anniversary this month, with its more than 700 students
making it the largest Hebrew day school in the South.
Under the leadership of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, its
principal for more than a quarter of a century, the He-
brew Academy is considered one of the fine Jewish
educational institutions in the country.
The Academy will observe its official birthday with,^
a community-wide dinner at the Deauville Hotel Dec.
14 honoring one of its founders, former Bay Harbor Is-
lands Mayor Shepard Broad.
Now, the Hebrew Academy is a beneficiary agen-
cy for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, receiving
yearly allocations for the community's CJA-IEF cam-
paigns.
Numerous Academy families "went it alone" for
many years, supporting Torah education at a time when
the community had not yet made day school education
a priority.
The 28th anniversary celebration is a tribute to
them, as well as to the South Florida community that
now joins in supporting it.
Question of Political Morality
Bv MAX LERNEK
Los Angeles rimes Syndicate
-God as keep." wrote poet
Robert Blake, -from singe vi-
sion and Newton's sleep." There
is 00 single, simple way to see
the meaning of the Senate Intel-
ligence Committee's repot on
the assassination policies of the
CIA. The only adequate way is
by a kind of triple vision.
There is. first and (area
the Question of pourical moral -
History will record that in
tbe 1950s and 1960s, in the w*Ve
of the cold war with wjrld
LRN'ER
CH/\NU^\H 1975
ctmsnunjsm and i* -
Presidents. America
*lf to use the ass.
foreign leaders as" -
in its polio-.
CM TERMS of r
thing can excuse cr aim *,
this. The knowledge :'^J
with special impact s:'ath
of bicentennial cfflebr itkm r?
ponders on how Jefferson
Madison would have fettifjU
could have for that fc
moral republic "y-j
found would someday |2
track with such confusion j3
corruption of rr
The second quest mi is tag
of motivation, or | of ^
officials who cone j
sassination schc
ever Prc=iden:-
known of therr i'es an
mixed and often y,^
of the people iw w
others speak only ;,,_
they fear not or
tartan but pc
indictment.

YET IT is clear
the rrnip m reason
of ft'f It h the clank as-
Nmetioa. since Machiavcffi
nta* nn The Prince that a j
head of state r Wy
can do no m Tided
he acts for rea- -tare
In the case l
against Castro. DjeJ
and Lumumba .-animjl
plan for the Chilean senerall
doesn't be'one I
CIA underlmgs probably wereI
content with orders or susees-l
tions from their rs and I
didn't ask about p aal ap-l
proval.
AS FOR the top CIA men andl
the Presidents then sent! -
Eis-^ower. Kennedy, Johnson'
the high tare hm
seemed mainr ot os in 1
Continued on Page 12-A
Now That Cleaver's Coming Home
Community Philanthropy
The danger that New York City's financial crisis
may spread to other cities is slowly being realized by
more and more Americans. For American Jews the
problem is especially urgent since most of them live in
urban areas.
This was eloquently pointed out by Sanford Solen-
der, executive vice president of the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies of New York, in an address to the
General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds in Miami Beach last week.
As Solender pointed out, the New York City situa-
tion could result in undermining the very existence of
the voluntary philanthropic structure in the United
States.
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Volume 48
Friday, November 28, 1975
Number 48
24 KISLEV 5736
Eidndge Cleaver has re-
turned to the United States be-
cause things have changed
since he ran away in 1968. isn't
that time to really worry?
The one-time Black Panther
leaaer is ready to face trial for
a variety of alleged crimes and
is confident that the changed
climate in the U.S. will enable
him to get a fair hearing. Be-
sides, it seems to be even
worse out there where he's
been, which is a frightening
thought in itself as one scans
the press these days.
MAYBE BY change Cleaver
means that would-be assassins
are missing now whereas in
1968 they managed to kill Mar-
tin Luther King and Bobby
Kennedy, two men in whom
the American people had a lot
of faith.
They are far less confident
about Gerald Ford, who was
missed twice (by women), and
Ronald Reagan, who only had
a toy gun poked at him. Well,
at least that's different.
In 1968, more Americans
wanted Richard Nixon for
president than those who
wouldn't buy a used car from
him. Cleaver may have missed
all the fuss about Watergate,
living in Algeria with those
Third World people, so he
would not wonder that the for-
mer president is now advising
us in print that we need to
restore our pride since we are
"so cynical, so disbelieving."
MOST OF us know why but
Rabbi Baruch Korff who gave
a party for Nixon recently and
made it clear that he believes
"every detractor of President
Nixon will come before the
bar of justice whether in this
lifetime or later."
If that came to pass Cleaver
need never worry about going
to trial or any of us to heaven,
sine, the line would be so long.
Edward
Cohen
And the Spiro Who? of 196S.
Nixon's disgraced vice presi-
dent? He's sponsoring a non-
profit foundation "to promote,
encourage and support the de-
velopment of public under-
standing and appreciation of
the advantages of a democra-
tic society."
OUR AGNEW says in a let-
ter to a chosen few conserva-
tives that he's tired of waiting
for someone to take up the
fight "against the apologists for
the revolutionaries who are in-
tent on destroying the strengths
of our great country" and he
would appreciate any money
they can spare for the founda-
tion called Education for De-
mocracy. Lucky Cleaver com-
ing back in time to be taught
democracy by two such fine
teachers.
No doubt Cleaver sensed a
lack of patriotism in the tu-
mult of the late '60's over Viet-
nam and Cambodia that brought
down President Johnson and
brought on the campus and
ghetto riots. He need not fear
any more which is probably
why he's coming back for
the super^patriots are crawling
out of the woodwork these
days.
IN FLORIDA, we have par-
ents signing a petition against
present iexfbooks in the schools
and demanding that the kids
be provided with material that
will inculcate them "with the
principles of truth, honesty and
patriotism" and. above all. *the I
practice of ever;. rtian vir-|
rue
That's a pract the way. I
which finds this ?ious of
People in the world avoiding j
iike the very plague, according
to a Gallup study
The economy mi in good
shape seven year> ago, but
Cleaver comes back to a na-
tion whose greate?' city faces
bankruptcy, unemployment and
chaos particularly for its poor
of all colors and creeds These
are times that test men's
strength of character, such as
the Metro Commission's ded-,
sion to approve long-range
plans for a new zoo that mat
cost from $41 to S46 million to
build, a price more than twice I
the amount estimated wnei
Dade County voters approved
an $8 million preliminary]
bond issue. That was in 1911
Eldridge. when the same vot-
ers rejected a $4 million boitf
issue to build day care center*
You can see the improvement
already.
ANYHOW, maybe the FBI
can find a place for you. to
cording to their statistics,*
bombings have occurred a t
country during the firs'
months of the year, one m*
than in all of 1974. and W
trace it to New Left revoluW*
aries. your old friends.
Whatever. Cleavers return J
a reminder of what was.
is and what can be.
Baruch Korff can be induced i
give him a dinner of welcoiw
nack.
When he charged only SKjJI
plate for the recent one I
Nixon it showed how m Jl
things have changed tor I
better in this country since
dridge left in 1968. ninneft'J
Nixon used to cost 9lF
plate.


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Friday, November 28, 1975
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Iiiterfaith Body Raps Resolve
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA)
An enthusiastic overflow crowd
of ; 000 attended a Twin City
rallv held at St. Thomas Col-
ieoe a Catholic school in St.
Paul to protest against the
United Nations General Assem-
bly resolution equating Zionism
with racism.
Bayard Rustin. chairman of
Black Americans to Suoport Is-
rael, and Senators Hubert H.
Humphrey and Walter Mondale,
both Minnesota democrats,
were featured speakers at the
interfaith event.
OTHER speakers included
Gov. Wendell Anderson; Rep.
Donal Fraser (D., Minn.), who
is the Congressional representa-
tive to the UN; The Rev. Canon
George Lemoine, of the Minne-
sota Council of Churches; and
Rabbis Arnold Goodman, of
Minneapolis, and Bernard Ras-
kas, of St. Paul, who were also
cochairmen of the rally.
The program also included a
message of support from Presi-
dent Ford.
Speakers stressed the need
for Americans of all faiths to
ban together against the bigotry
and anti-Semitism implied in the
UN resolution and actively sup-
port the State of Israel. Hum-
phrey saw the resolution as
"open violation of the United
Nations charter" and said "It
sows the seeds of religious
bigotry, and will inevitably take
its toll on America's willingness
to walk the extra mile for the
UN."
THE RALLY was sponsored
jointly by the Jewish Commu-
nitv Rhtions Council Anti-
Defamation league of Minnesota

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Ford Opposes Punitive Aid CutsJtoArabs
WASHINGTON tJTA) The Ford Administration
has reaffirmed to Congress that it opposes any reduction in
its planned assistance this fiscal year of SI 3 billion to
Egypt. Syria and Jordan, despite the United Nations ano-
Zionist resolution.
It also wants approval of S2.3 billion earmarked for
Israel. The figures include military and economic support
2nd agricultural commodities under the Food for Peace
program The same amounts are envisioned for the next
fiscal vear.
The Admanstranon would
find it "extremely difficult to
cooperate in any programs for these four c
trie*. Secretary of State Henry
A Kissinger told the House
Appropriations Subcommir.ee
or Foreign Assistance.
HE SUGGESTED that if re-
ductions are required, that the?
come from allocations recom-
mended for other parts of Asia
Africa and Latin America in
the global aid proposals for up-
wards of S4" billion.
Rep Gamer E Shnver (R,
Kan asked Kissinger how he
reconciled "these significant
amounts'* for the three Arab
countries with the vote on the
UN Assembly resolution on Zi-
onism on Nov. 10.
Kissinger replied. '"We be-
lieve the long-term interests of
the United States require thai
we encourage moderation b>
the Arab countries" and that
' we believe their vote does not
y erride these interests."
WHEN SHRIVER pressed a-
to why no US. action should be
taken "even against those thai
. erbally abuse our country.
Kissinger replied, "we will have
to take those case by case.'
He added that the U.S. should
assist countries "in our own
national interest.' Kissinger re-
ferred to the UN vote as "a
passion of the moment."
In Pittsburgh later, he said
he views it as "an emotion of
the day and said the resolution
was aimed at eoodeaviaziee of
the State of Israel
"It would be a very danger-
ous precedent for Congress to
go through the United Nations
vote and start cutting aid on
the basis of UN votes." Kissin-
ger told Rep. Clarence Long
D.. Md.). who suggested that
coorse.
TAKING ISSUE with Kissin-
ger on US. policy on sales of
arms to the Middle East. Long
pointed out that Egypt is to get
S~ billion in weapons, much of
them with funds from the Arab
oil countries.
'"Vnere would Egypt use
them?" Long inquired Kissin-
ger replied that he had not
s;en "such figures." But he
added that "obviously." Egypt
fixes its needs by its news of
its conflict with Israel. Egypt
he pointed out. is taking "3
moderate course."
"That's what we hear Long
responded, "but what guaran-
tee is there that this wfli con-
tinue?" Kissinger replied if VS.
assistance is not forthcoming
Egypt would go back to its
traditional supplier." the Soviet
Union.
REP. DAVID OBEY I D..Wis.;
challenged the requests for mil-
itary aid for Israel. Gen. Mor-
dechai Gur,. Israel's Chief of
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He added that Israel must
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weapons being produced and
thoae ordered this year may
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Kissinger also said Israel is
"probably slightly stronger
now than in 19~3. "but remem-
ber, we had to have a massive
airlift" to help Israel in the war
that year.
A country of three million
rrcur.ded by 150 million that
haven't even recognized its ex-
istence can never feel secure."
HE NOTED that "all the in-
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aged in October. 19~3. that "Is-
rael was overwhelmingly supe-
rior and would win in 48 hours
But at the end of the week, for
all practical purposes. Israel
was running out of munitions
When Rep. William Channel
(D.. FTa.; questioned the posi-
tion of Egyptian. President An-
war Sadat, in supporting the
anti-Zionist resolution. Kissin-
ger sa:d that "all the countries
of the Arab world are under
domestic and inter-Arab pres-
sure"
On Third World cotutries
that attacked Zionism, Kissin-
ger said the votes of at least
some Third World countries
were "fairly accidental.'' and in
a few cases, their ambassadors
were uninstructed "
He added that "if countries
contin.: art our national
interests, we will take this into
but not in the legisla-
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Red Penal Standards Shockingly Ldw
LONDON (JTA) Con-
ditions- in Soviet penal insti-
tutions "not only violate in-
ternational standards for the
treatment of prisoners, but
fail to achieve the standards
established in parts of do-
mestic corrective labor leg-
islation and theory," accord-
ing to a 154-page Amnesty
International report publish-
ed here.
The illustrated report,
'Prisoners of Conscience in
the USSR: Their Treatment
and Conditions," shows how
many of the legal and penal
abuses are directed particu-
larly against political and
religious dissenters in the
Soviet Union.
THE REPORT chafes tnt
'Jewish prisoners are freouent-
ly singled out for special abuse"
in Soviet prison and labor
camps, and quotes a statement
by p Jewish groun of prisoners
in the Perm penal colony as
representative of manv Jewish
prisoners' criticism on this sub-
ject.
Throughout, the report navies
several well-known Jewish pris-
oners of conscience and dissen-
ters, such as Edward Kuznetsov,
Alexander Feldman, Alexander
Fainberg, Semyon Gluzman. Yo-
na Kolchinsky, Vladimir Bukov-
sky and Vladimir Gershuni. but
it does not deal with the plight
of Jewish prisoners or any
other minority as such.
INSTEAD, it arranges its evi-
dence and conclusions under
such headings as "articles of
Soviet rriminal 'aw which
restrict the exercise of funda-
mental human rights." "main-
tainance of prisoners" (giving
details of rations, "hunger re-
gimes" and medical care),, "re-
lationship between prisoners
and administration," "compul-
sory detention in psychiatric
hospitals," and others.
"There has never been in
Amnesty International's experi-
ence an acquittal of a political
defendant in the USSR," the re-
port says.
Noting the absence of official
Soviet statistics on the subject,
the report estimates that there
are now at least 10,000 political
and religious prisoners in tho
Soviet Union.
THE REPORT, one of tho
most detailed Amnesty has ever
produced on violations of hu-
man rights in a single countrv.
was published simultaneouslv
in English, Dutch, German.
French and Swedish.
Starting with profiles of fi'-e
typical Soviet prisoners of con-
science among them Jewish
Aliyah applicant Alexander
Feldman from the Ukraine sen-
tenced to three and a half vears
imprisonment in an intensified
regime corrective labor colony
after his Aliyah application.
The report analvzes the con-
ditions under which prisoners
are held in corrective labor in-
stitutions and psychiatric hos-
pitals.
In a series of recommenda-
tions at the end of the report,
State Dep't. Okays
Saunders Statement
Continued from Page 1-A
script of Saunders' remarks was
replete with "errors and mis-
representations" and that Is-
rael's "reservations and qualifi-
cations" would be brought "in
full" to the attention of the
U.S. government.
According to the transcript
made available here, Saunders,
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who is Second Denutv Assistant
Secretary for Middle Eastern
Affairs, told the International
Relations Committee's subcom-
mittee on investigations that
"there are some indications that
co-existence between separate
Palestinian and Israel stats
might be considered" by the
PLO.
Saunders also said that "a
particularly difficult aspect of
the problem is the auestion of
who negotiates for the Palestin-
ians. It has been our bl'f t*t
Jordan would be a logical neo-
tiator for the Palestinian-rlatH
issue" but "the Rabat (A^m
Summit, however, recoeni7ed
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization as the 'sol iPtdrtwwts
representative of the Palestin-
ian people.'"
ISRAEL'S view is unde,t'vH
to be that desnite th Rabat
decision, the U.S. position h^s
not veered from havine -Tordan
neoitiato for the Palestinians.
But Saunders' use of thp nast
tense when he said "it has
"been our belief that Jordan
would be the loical neaiHafv"
and his reminder to th Con-
gressmen of the Rabat deei*!""i
pnnj)r"r|l in'1jr-,0d f> t'lfl
Israel's that th U.S. no longer
considers Jordan in that rote.
Saunders concluded nis -"
pared statement h" savine ,'",t
"We a*"p n-'o^arpd to r*nclrt
any re^son^bi^ n,-o",',e'>l f-~
anv o'i-'~- and w will e*t
other pities m th" n<,o^,i'1-
tions to be equallv open-mind-
ed."
THAT WAS Viewed in some
quarters he" a"' in Israel as
a public call on Jerusal-m to
back off from its opposition to
the PLO.
Saunders' remark that "co-
existence" miaht b? considered
bv the PLO was also regarded
as contrary to the facts. The
PLO has never spoken of co-
existence but has insisted on
the establishment of a "secular
democnuic state" embracing all
of Palestine, including that part
which is now the State of Israel.
Amnesty urgfs 'Soviet author-
ities to undertake a program of
penal reform, starting with a
public discussion of the present
system.
AS LONG as the day-to-day
working of the Soviet penal sys-
tem is treated as a state secret,
the report says, it will continue
to "generate suspicion and mis-
trust, certainly abroad and to
some extent within the Soviet
Union itself."
Amnesty indicates that recent
reports emanating from the
USSR suggest that "political
abuses of psychiatry is still be-
ing applied by the Soviets."
The report quotes at length a
statement by a Jewish group of
prisoners in Perm to the effect
that "the camp authorities in-
culcate nationalistic conflicts
and agitate other inmates
against Jews. KGB officers
stress in their conversations
with non-Jewish inmates that
all nationalities of the USSR
must take a stand against Jews,
particularly in labor camps.
THE ADMINISTRATION pro-
vokes anti-Jewish incidents,
utilizes informers and spies,
and uses false witnesses in or-
Friday, November 28, 1975
der to be able to impose addi-
tional punishment .uponTthe
Jews. Inmates who nave had
contact with Jews are sum-
moned for discussions during
which anti-Semitic sentiments
are expressed, and they are told
that protests against arbitrari-
ness in camp rules are only
profitable to the Zionists .
"The Jews are forbidden to
practise their religious tradi-
tions and forbidden to con-
gregate even for a new minutes
. conversation in Hebrew or
Yiddish is subject to punish-
ment because these languages
are not understood by the
guards and therefore their con-
tent cannot be checked. The
study of Hebrew is prohibited
Internal letters in Hebrew or
Yiddish are banned and con-
fiscated."
AMNESTY stresses that "the
open contempt with which the
convictions of prisoners of con-
science are treated is not con-
ducive to their reeducation in
the spirit desired by. the law.
"On the contrary, political
prisoners' experiences in cor-
rective labor institutions usual-
ly strengthen their dissident
convictions by providing what
they regard as corroboration of
their criticisms of Institutional-
ized illegality and arbitrariness
in their country."
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eral Judge Jack B. Weinstein
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pany Rabbi Meir Kahane. the
founder of the Jewish D2f~n.se
League, wh >nver he leavps his
confinement in a Manhattan
hay-way house.
U.S. attornev David Trager
said that tV order is an out-
growth of Kahane's appearance
in the Boronqh Park section of
Brooklyn, where he was accused
of increasing tensions between
the Jewish and Hispanic com-
munities.
Eleanor Holmes Norton.
chairman of the New York City
Commission on Human Rights,
wrote a letter to Weinstein ask-
ing the court to look into "se-
rious abuses" by Kahane of his
special privileges.
Kahane is allowed out three
times a day for prayers and to
g't Kosher meals.

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t'Jm'isli FhrfcffaHi
Page 9-A
V
4
Israel Doesn't See Saunders
ZOA Corrects
Paper as U.S. Policy Change Klutznick Remarks
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) High
government sources conceded
here that the so-called "Saun-
ders papers" did not represent
any re.nl departure by the U.S.
from its established policy to-
ward the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
The sources were referring
to testimony last week by Sec-
ond Deputy Asisfint 9ecretarv
of State for Middle Eastern Af-
fairs Harold Saunders.
A TRANSCRIPT of Saun-
U.S. Gives
Saudis OK
To Use Arms
Continued from Page 1-A
ed American F-5 jets based
at a Jordanian airfield, was
proper under the terms of
the Act and of the Saudi-
Amerioan mutual defense
agreement signed 24 years
ago. .
FUNSETH said that under the
Military Sales Act. the recipient
of American equinment can use
it for internal security, "legitim '
ate self-defense" and to "parti-,
cipate in regional or collective '<
arrangements or measures con- j
sistent with the United Nations I
Charter."
Asked whether American
equipment supplied the Saudin
brigade in Syria was used by
the Saudis alone or by Svrnn
forces as well. Fnnseth said he
. understood that the maneuvers
have been completed and that
about 15 F-S jets in Saudi"
hinds ware us*d in "the annual
training cycle" of the brieade
which has ben stationed ir
Svria since the Yom Kippui
War.
Funseth said t aircraft
were staged "through" Jordan
with planes landing and taking
off in Jo-dan. He d>d not know
what airfield in Jordan was used
and said Israel was not advised
of the use of U.S. planes by
the Saudis in Syria.
HE ADDED, "To the b-st of
our knowledge, the maneuver
was entirely Saudi" and did "not
constitute a violation of the end
use of the restriction imnosed
bv U.S. I*w under the Military
Sales Act."
Jordan an 1 Syria have estab-.
lislvd a unified command and
the use of a Jordanian base foi
Sandhn planes maneuvering in
Syria was viewed bv observe'"*
here i a form of osvchological
warfare against Israel by the
combined Saudian-Syrian-Jor-
dar
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ciers' testimony, discussed at
Sunday's Cabinet meeting,
brought an angrv response from
the Cabinet which issnd "
unusual communique charging
that it contained "errors and
misrepresentations."
But the government sources
said that the U.S. has b^n sav-
ing for some time that it wiuld
favor negotiations with tue PI/1
if the latter met the stinuHioH
conditions, Israel, for its pan.
has ruled out anv conta^a with
the PLO under anv conditions.
The sources would not for.
mulate a position basd on tV
"hypothetical ouestion" of whe-
ther Israel would netsotht- with
the PLO if it accepfd Isra-'s
sovereignty and the UN resolu-
tions.
They admitted, however, th^f
Israel was completely isolate
in its position but there w nr
need now for an "agonizing
reappraisal" by the government.
THE SOURCES described as
"hysterical" the reaction of the
Israel press and public to the
disclosure of Saunders' remarks.
They said the wisest course
would be to allow the furor to
subside.
They said the U.S. itself had
no desire to dwell on the Pales-
tinian issue at this time an^
while the timing of Saunders'
testimonv was unforfnate, it
was dictated bv the House sub-
committee's timetable and not
by any intention of the Adminis-
tration to prenare American
opinion for a shift in the U.S.
position on the PLO. as charged
by some circles in Israel.
The sources did not explain
however, why the Cabinet is-
sued its sharp attack on tb"
Saunders testimony Sunday if
the government'* desire was to
lt the matter blow over. Some
officials believe the answer to
that question may be domestic
political pressures.
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Zionist Organization of America
clarified a previous report in
which the ZOA created the er-
roneous impression that Philip
M. Klutznick, chairman of the
Governing Board of the World
Jewish Congress, addressed the
concluding session of the re-
cent 18th ZOA national conven-
tion in Chicago. The convention
took place Oct. 2 to 5.
The ZOA clarification was in
connection with remarks attrib-
uted to Klutznick concerning
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations.
ACTUALLY, the ZOA state-
ment of clarification said Klutz-
nick was not even present ; I
the concluding session Oct. 5,
at which time he was already
in Israel. He addressed the con-
vention on Oct. 3. when he and
Jacques Torczyner, a past pre:
ident of the ZOA, participate 11
in a symposium on the subject
"Should American Jews Inter
vene in Israeli Affairs?"
Furthermore, the statement < f
clarification continued, Klutznic k
was misquoted in remarks he
made in the course of the sym-
posium regarding the Confer-
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Saudi Job
Plan Under
Scrutiny
WASHLNGTON (JTA)
Rep. John Heinz III (R..Pa.)
has called on Attorney General
Charles Levi for an opinion on
the constitutionality of a Cali-1
fornia plan that would abet!
Saudi Arabian discrimination
against Jews and others.
*Heinz told Congress that't^aft-^
fcrnia "has been put in the po-
siticn of literally ignoring and i
pc.'sibly violating our own civil
rights laws to accede to the di-1
visionary whims of a country \
that only recently has clothed
itself in moralistic robes and
led the fight to declare Zionism
racist."
THE PENNSYLVANIA legis-
lator was referring to a project
announced by the California
State Department of Transpor-
tation to help unemployed mem-
bers of that department get jobs
building roads in Saudi Arabia.
The state officials reportedly
said that such jobs would not
be open to Jews, Blacks or
women because they are unac-
ceptable to the Saudi govern-
ment.
Gov. Edmund Brown, Jr., of
California, who assailed the
plan, has meanwhile ordered a
halt to job negotiations with the
Saudians until they promise no
discrimination against Jews,
Blacks or women.
A SPOKESMAN for the State
Transportation Department said
it was complying with the Gov-
ernor's orders. He said a cable
would be sent to Saudi Arabia
demanding "affirmative assur-
ance" that there will be no dis-
crimination in hiring highway
engineers and technicians.
The California state agency
is faced with the prospect of
laying off 2,800 employes by
next July because of a cutback
jnrhighway construction.
fceinz said that if the Justice
Department does not see the
California plan as violating any
Civil Rights Act provisions, he
would offer legislation that
would make such actions illegal.
"We must not allow the hypoc-
risy of other nations to soil our
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+Jei*Jinorkfc*r<
Page 11-A
11 Considering Big Cabinet Reshuffle
JEM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin is
jertake a major reshuffling of his government
ministers likely to be affected are raising ob-
fh rumors have been flying for weeks, the public
feicial indication that changes were on the way
^t communique that said the ministers did not
| this week's session to discuss the '"reorganiza-
of government."
LABOR MINISTER Moshe
Baram, of the Labor Align-
ment, has objected vigorously,
especially as he would be
shunted to the less prestigious
Communications Ministry, re-
garded as a junior portfolio,
which is presently held on a
temporary basis by Minister of
Ag.iculture Aharon Uzan.
Zevulun Hammer, of the Na-
tional Religious Party, who is
ORGANIZATION is
Bnclude changes
by the special
jimittee on the
'% proposals for
Of the government in
aftermath of the Yom Kip-
r that were shelved for
no* a y*ax.
I fcMa revived of late,
r because Premier Rabin
the time has come to
I new team of his own
[tartly for internal co-
alition reasons.
Hag to unconfirmed re-
i Labor Ministry will
lathed, and many of its
ons, including national in-
^ would be absorbed by
M sanded Ministry of Social
t that would replace the
~~%. Welfare Ministry.
Labor Ministry func-
would be assigned to the
and Educat: >a Minis-
currently Minister of Welfare,
said he had no objections to
the expansion of his ministry
provided that it remains an
i\tif tiefdom.
But Rabin reportedly plans
to assign the new Ministry of
Social Benefit to Mapam's Vic-
tor Shemtov, the current Min-
ister of Health. Hammer wjuld
get the Health portfolio in ex-
change.
POLITICAL PUNDITS believe
Rabin wants to mollify Mapam
with the new Welfare post be-
cause he intends to abolish the
Ministry of Absorption, cur-
rently held by Mapam.
That ministry was establish-
ed after the Six-Day War when
immigration increased dra-
matically.
But Yosef Almogi, the Labor
Party's candidate for chair-
manship of the Jewish Agency
and World Zionist Organization
Executives, has demanded abo-
lition of the Absorption Minis-
try and restoration of its func-
tions to the Jewish Agency's
Immigration Absorption De-
partment.
MEANWHILE, according to
persistent rumors, Rabin wants
to remove Yehoshna Rabino-
witz as Finance Minister and
replace him with Yaacov Lev-
inson, head of the Bank Ha-
poalim.
Rabinowitz has come under
mounting criticism for not tak-
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a repudiation of th UN resolu-
tion eauatin? Zionism with
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World Council of Synagogues. \
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of Conservative congregations
which has its headquarters in
Jerusalem.
THE COUNCIL'S president
Samuel Rothstein, disclosed thit
its board of directors has held
a policy meeting here on affilia-
tion with the WZO and will take
final action in December.
Rabbi Bernard Segal, execu-
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the Conservative movement had
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Rabbi Segal said that since its
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a result," he said, "we have
over the years, repeatedly de-
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with the WZO as a way of dem-
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integral Dart of Judaism and
thus affiliation was not neces-
sary."
HE CONTINUED, "The time
has therefore arrived for the
Conservative movement to iden-
tify itself formally with the WZO
and thus reaffirm the indivisi-
bility of the land of Israel and
Judaism."
ing sufficiently decisive meas-
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country's declining foreign cur-
rency reserves and lag in ex-
ports.
Rabinowitz has argued that
more severe measures would
lead to widespread unemploy-
ment.
In an unrelated development,
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MK of the ultra-Orthodox Agu-
da Israel faction, announce J
that he would relinquish his
Knesset seat in favor of anoth-
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Friday, November 2ft
a
10
Question of Political Morality
t i
Continued from Page 4-A
lethal cold war, and therefore
removable.
The historic irony of it is that,
aside from being morally wrong,
it didn't particularly work. Ei-
ther the plans didn't come
through, as in Castro's case, or
their impact now seems very
much disminished by time.
If the Presidents involved
knew what was happening
(which is not entirely clear)
and didn't merely want a base
for a "plausible denial." could
they have believed that the
plots wouldn't somehow be re-
vealed in time?
THEY MAY hav thought that
the cover was rnultiole and
dense enough to keep from get-
ting unstuck. If they did en-
visage that someday the story
might break, they either be-
lieved that the social fabric
could stand it or else they were
blind and self-destructive.
The last perspective has to do
with the unraveling of the story
and its publication. It is hard
to think of any other modern
state that has dared open its
secret intelligence closets to
reveal these skeletons.
NOTE THAT America has
done it as a matter of moral
Tightness as well as public
policy, without blinking at the
harsh fact that the publicity will
damage its credibility around
the world.
The Rockefeller Commission
Report Israel Fears About

U.S. Poliev Shift on PLO
Continued from
Pa2 1-A
not tol-
Cinues to say it will
erate stalemate or stagna-
tion in the Mideast peace
process, appears to take him
at his word, Israeli sources
said here.
THE CABINET angrily de-
nounced what it described as
testimony bv DepUtv Assistant
Secretary of State Harold Saun-
ders before a Congressional
committee in Washington last
week in which Saunders alleged-
ly intimated that the U.S. would
be open to the idea of a Pales-
tinian state on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip if the PLO recog-
nized Israel and accepted UN
Resolutions 242 and 33 as prior
conditions.
Secretary of State HenT A.
Kissinger met with Israeli Am-
bassador Simcha Dinitz after
Saunders' appearance before the
committee to assure him that
there has been no change in
the U.S. position on the PLO.
Kissineor ">sked Dinitz to con-
vey to the Israeli government
that the U.S. still believes that
the Palestine issue must be in-
corporated in eventual negotia-
tions between Israel and Jordan
and that the U.S. has no desire
to raise the issue at this time.
THAT IS more or less the
policy of Israel which holds
that a Palestinian solution must
be found within the framework
of a future settlement with
Jordan.
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Premier Yitzhak Rabin
his r-in^ters aoparently
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to thf>m bv Dinitz. A Cabinet
co^rnunioue said it had the full
transcriot of Saunders' testi-
mnnv before it and agreed un-
ani""ouslv that it was renlete
with "errors and misrepresenta-
tions."
The communique said that
Israel's "reservations and auali-
fimfions" would be brought "in
f'!ll" to the attention of the U.S.
government.
UNOFFICIALLY, it is under-
stood here that Kissinger told
Dinitz he had not seen Saun-
ders' testimony before it was
presented to the House com-
mittee.
Although Kissinger specifical-
ly denied to Dinitz that the
testimony represented the be-
ginning of an Administration
effort to prepare public opinion
for a shift in U.S. policy on the
Palestinian issue the feeling
here is that such indeed is the
case.
By shifting to a possible Pales-
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PLO, Washington will seek to
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step Mideast policy would, in
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had combed through most of the
assassination material that the
Church Committee has publish-
ed. They passed up the chance
to make it public since Presi-
dent Ford was worried about
the repercussions of having
such lethal material in the re-
port of a presidential commis-
sion. They were wrong.
AND THE Church Committee
has been right in insisting on
going ahead with the publica-
tion, even though the avoidance
of a Senate vote on the issue
was a tricky tactic.
After the traumatic experi-
ences of secrecy and coverup,
there was nothing wise to do
however risky except to
reveal the total story. There are
often warts in any nation-!
portrait, as there were in Oliver
Cromwell's.
But Cromwell's injunction to
paint the whole picture, "warts
and all," is a wise injunction
for a modern democracy to fol-
low.
Histadrut Women's Council
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter hn?
planned a Chanukah program
for Wednesday, Dec. 3, at noon
at the Montmartre Hotel. Mrs.
Philip Sahl, president, made the
announcement and said that
Elsa Zigler and Ellen Skolnik
would be part of the Chanukah
entertainment. Scholarships for
indigent studenrs in Israel will
also be on the agenda.
Conservative Body
Bails Ailing Shul
K1AMESHA LAKE, N.Y. -
(JTA) For the first time any-
where, a national organization
has undertaken to conduct the
affairs of a synagogue no longer
able to maintain itself because
of the changing ethnic charac-
ter of a big city neighborhood.
Arthur J. Levine, president
of the United Synagogue of
America, the national organiza-
tion of Conservative congrega-
tions, revealed here at the or-
ganization's Riennial conven-
tion that the United Svnagogue
had assumed responsibility for
Temple Ansch S1 -nd West End Ave.. one ot
the oldest congregations in the
citv of New York and second
ol lest i.....' the 30 affili il
r.i th United '
IIF. SAID. "Il will be our ex-
p : nenl il station for i
ling with -1I ag I" 'Is v it*1
a concentration both on y tut'
?nd on the older gn,5ratlon. It
will become the testing ground
for our ideas and. we believe
an historic art 'mpt to restore
a major Jewish neighborhood
and stabilize an important com-
munity which has ben on the
decline and now shows signs ot
resurgnce.
"Ansche Chesed represents an
historic first in our efforts, and
we hope that it will provide
guidelines to save other con-
gregations facing similar prob-
lems."
Levine stressed that Ansche
Chesed. "which clntes its origin
almost to the beginning.-of .our
republic, will remain a house
of prayer in the total s-mse ot
these words under the direction
of the present board and rabbi
"It is an act of faith in the
future of New York's West Sid""
he smd. "and we will act tliM
out in the most tangible ways."
incorporated in 1895, was found-
pie will become the center of
the United Svnagogue's yout'i
activities, both for nrccolleSe
voungsrers in the United Sym
gogue Youth (USY) and for col-
legians through the AT!D (fu-
v) organization.
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ed in the early decades of t' e
19th century.
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structed in 1933, is considered
one of the finest examples of
svnagogue architecture of the
time.
The United Synagogue of
America's five-day biennial con-
vention began with some 2.000
delegates in attendance.
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Page 13-A
[Against Morton Filed Even Though
e'll Likely Fly the Coop
KTON (JTA) Twenty-five members of
Representatives have filed suit in Federal Dis-
pere charging Secretary of Commerce Rogers
of the Interior Thomas S. Kleppe
ted to "hinder, impair or frustrate" the anti-
of the United States.
is conference in the Rayburn Building follow-
] the suit, Rep. Robert F. Drinan (D., Mass.)
complainantssaid the two Cabinet officers
sglccted and refused" to implement the 1965
Istration Act, which states in part:
[POLICY of the
Pfcffer told reporters the suit
seeks an injunction against the
two government officials bar-
ring them "from promoting or
encouraging trade" between the
U.S. and the 14 Near Eastern
and North African states so
long as those countries con-
tinue to boycott Israel and U.S.
companies continue to trade
with Israel.
The complaint also asks for a
writ of mandamus directing
Morton and Kleppe "to imple-
ment and effectuate the na-
tional policy of the United
States as set forth in Section 3
of the Export Administration
Act."
oppose re-
ractices foster-
foreign coun-
ter countries
Jnited States."
Bd that Morton
disregarded
failing actively to
pstrictive trade
t'cotts carried
tries in the Near
th Africa against
gainst American
.trade with Is-
New York, a
yer who is al-
ii of the Amer-
jress. is serv-
er the 25 House
that the
|l Morton and
rtolatin!; the Con-
aeglerting lo meet
Ability under Ar-
i the laws be faith-
Had."
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k cepted
IN CHARGING Morton with
"actions tending to hinder, im-
pair and frustrate the anti-
boycott policy of the United
States," the suit cites Commerce
Department export regulations
(Sec. 369.1) stating that export-
ers "are not legally prohibited
from taking any action that
has the effect of furthering or
supporting such restrictive
trade pratices or boycotts."
A booklet published by the
Hopartnrmt. "The Near East and
North Africa: A Roport to U.S.
Rusiness." repeats the same
statement.
The assertion that direct vio-
lation of national policy is not
legally prohibited, the com-
plaint charges, "is an er-
roneous statement of law.
Whether erroneous or not, the
statement has and can only have
one purpose and effect name-
ly to invite and encourage con-
cerns to violate the anti-boycott
policy of the United States."
THE COMPLAINT also al-
leges that the Commerce De-
partment circulated among
American concerns notices of
trade opportunities or tenders
from Near East and North
African countries that boycott
Israel "Without informing these
concerns that the notices or
tenders are from countries par-
ticipating in the boycott policies
pnd practices against which
Section 3 of the Export Admin-
istration Act is specifically
aimcc" and "without stating
that compliance with the ex-
pressed trade nractices or bov-
cotts violates American nation-
al "olicy."
Kleppe was charged with
"tending to hinder, impair or
frustrate the anti-bovcott policy
of th United States" by requir-
ing American vendors of mate-
rials for use bv its Geological
Survey Rureau in Near East and
North African countries "to
submit certifications that
neither the steamship on which
the materials are to be sent nor
the company insuring the mate-
rials is on the boycott list of
the particular Near East or
North African country involv-
ed."
THE NEAR East and North
African countries referred to in
the complaint as participating
in restrictive trade practices or
bovcotts against Israel or com-
panies that trade with Israel
are: Aleeria. Rahrain, Iraq, Ku-
wait. Lebanon. Libya, Morocco,
Qatar, Saudi Arabia. Svria. Tu-
nisia and United Arab Emirate.
All 25 of the House members
listed as complainants in the
suit are Democrats.
The original sponsors of the
lawsuit are Drinan. Edward I.
Koch (NY.), Benjamin S. Rosen-
thai (N.Y.), James H. Scheuer
(N.Y.I and Henry A. Waxman
" (Calif.-)
THEY WERE joined bv Bella
S. Abzug (N.Y.). James J. Blan-
chard (Mich.), William S. Rrod-
head (Mich.). Joshua Eilbert
(Pa.), Elizabeth Holt/man
(N.Y.). William Lehman (Fla.).
Clarance D. Long (Md.\ Nat-
thew F. McHugh (N.Y.). Robert
N. C. Nix (Pa.). James L. Ober-
star (Minn.), Richard L. Ot-
nlAURANT
.....
Silnitsky Given 3 Years
On 'Draft Evasion9 Charges
NEW YORK (JTA) Aleksandr Silnitsky, of
Krasnodar, has been sentenced to three years on "draft
evasion" charges after months of harassment by Soviet
authorities, it was reported by the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
The GNYCSJ said it received a telegram from Alek-
sandr's father, Teivel, calling for his immediate release.
Aleksandr Silnitsky, 23, is the latest victim of Soviet
repression which is part of a pattern to intimidate those
seeking to emigrate to Israel, the GNYCSJ said.
The Silnitskys first applied for exit visas in Sep-
tember, 1974. Aleksandr was subsequently expelled from
the Krasnodar Institute, and his father was dismissed
from his position as a lecturer at the Polytechnical In-
stitute.
Last July 24, Aleksandr was told that neither he
nor his family would ever receive exit permits. He was
twice summoned to register at military headquarters
but refused to comply with the orders, claiming that he
was an Israeli citizen. He was arrested on Sept. 10 for
draft evasion and tried six weeks later.
tinger (N.Y.), Frederick W.
Richmond (N.Y.), Paul M. Si-
mon (111.), Stephen J. Solarz
(N.Y.), Morris K. Udall (Ariz.),
Charles Wilson (Tex.). Lester
L. Wolff (N.Y.), and Sidney R.
Yates (111.).
Asked why no Republican
members are among the "Wash-
ington 25" Drinan theorized
that participation would be em-
barrassing since their own party
members are being sued. Dri-
nan said that Republicans were
asked to join, but they declined.
He did not name them.
Drinan also said the factor
of the Arab boycott would be
a point in the confirmation pro-
ceedings of Elliot Richardson
as Morton's successor as Com-
merce Secretary.
"RICHARDSON would sec the
light very quickly," he said,
"but I can't predict what he
will do. We went forward with
the lawsuit even though we
knew he was coming in" as
Morton's successor.
AT THE news conference,
Ren. Matthew McHugh (D..
N.Y.) charged that the basis for
the Ford administration's policy
is "rooted in the dollar sign."
Rep. Clarance Long (D., Md),
citing the slogan inscribed on
the U.S. Supreme Court build-
ing, said that "equal justice
under law is simply what we are
trying to achieve."
Rep. James L. Obserstar (D..
Minn.) said that upless the Con-
gressmen proceed with the law-
suit they are going to allow the
administration to support the
Arab boycott.
Rep. Edward Koch (D., N.Y.)
said he glad Morton was leav-
ing at the end of December be-
cause "he has not done a good
job."
REP. JAMES Scheuer said
that there are three categories
of companies doing business in
the Middle East: those that deal
with Israel but cannot trade
with the Arab countries, those
that knuckle under to the Arab
countries and cannot deal with
Israel, and some that do busi-
ness both with Israel and the
Arabs.
Charging that high U.S. offi-
cials must be prevented from
violating American policy, Dri-
nan declared. "We cannot wait
for new legislation when Cabi-
net members arc violating tht
laws each day."
Rep. Bella Abzug (D., N.Y.)
said that it was "shocking thai
foreign powers are forcing US
to violate our own laws" and
that "the Presiaent is silent on
the action or inaction by his
own cabinet officer."
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Anti-Semitism at Andrews AF Base Studied
Continued from Page 1-A
laism to be used beginning in
19:D and Theodore Freedman,
director of ADLs program and
botnmunity ser\ ice divisions,
rill serVe.as guest instructor.
The goal of the Institute,
rhich was opened in 1*71. Col.
Dew* said, is to create aware-
neii and understanding of dif-
rences among armed forces
personnel in ord?r to help them
work togjthsr more effectii-ely.
ACCORDING to Col. Dews,
the Institute "perceived a need
for the inclusion of anti-
Semitism" in its courses but
"had serious concern over just
how to present the problem hon-
estly and totally."
The Ami-Defamation League,
he went on to say, has "proud-
ed us with factual data which
AJCommittee Calls For U.S.
To Reasses Support of VIS
NEW YORK The American
Ijewsh Committee has called on
fthe United States to reassess its
|su"port of the United Nations
|anJ to consider "selective par-
ton in the UN General
A .lily and selective funding
, N projects" now that the
| ral Assembly has adopted
resolution equating Zionism
|w; racism.
hi a resolution adopted at the
r ntly c>ncl 'd^l annual net-
: its top bottcy-maMng Na-
Executi' Council, n 'Id
ifcagQ. the Committee com-
Itner.ied the Ford Adrrinistra-
he Am^'ican reoresenta-
t the UN, and Congress
Ifo- their evpressed oppos'tion
|t ; antj-Zi-nlsm resolution,
had been adonted by the
hi-d Or7lttee. TV AJC
: 'iconed the opposition to
i nti-ZloniS*^ resolution ex-
[pn I by "almost all of the
1's democracies' ct the UN.
THE AJC CHARGED that the
[UN -esolutimi "without any le-
I gal or moral Justification, en-
i anti-Semitism. It is the
[most shameful of all the ar.ti-
IIsrael resolutions adonted by
UN bodies and committees to
dat: for it maliciously slanders
not only the State of Israel, but
als-> the Jewish people every-
| where."
Timing to the future of the
UN, the Committee pointed out
that "the United States has a
stal^e in the orderly and effec-
tive functioning of the United
I Nations, both in terms of its own
interests and out of concern for
the welfare and progress of peo-
i pie everywhere.
"if. however, the United Na-
I tiono continues to depart from
the principles on which it was
founded, engages in assaults on
member states and caters to the
worst form of religious bigotry,
it cannot serve the people of
the world as an institution of
I pea;e and human dignity."
ANOTHER resolution adupted
I by the Committee welcomed
President Ford's recommenda-
t'or economic aid to Israel
Egypt, and for military as-
I si.-.:ance to Israel. However,
I he United States should not
I pen-it the military ba'.an.-e in
the Middle East to be diaturb-
led." the AJC declared, air :e
t! is would encourage the n.'-
irist foic.s in the Arab
. exacerbate tensions, and
inger the fragile prospects
peace."
AJC declaration reaffirm-
e : n^rd for a durabl pea : i
e m Jell j East i e-'-
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pressed the conviction that it
could not be brought about
without considering the ques-
tion of the Palestinians.
However, the resolution add-
ed, "we share the \ iew of our
Government that as long as the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion pursues its terrorist tactics
and maintains its commitment
to the dissoIuti;n of Israel, it
cannot be regarded as a suitible
participant in the Geneva Con-
ference or any other peace-
making process."
we are using to effectively pre-
sent even the most potentially
controversial issues."
In an introduction to the
"Anti-Semitism" text, Maj. Alan
M. Osur, an instructor at the
Institute, points out that be-
cause Jews are "highly visible"
in 1 >cal businesses, teaching and
other professions, they are made
"scar>egoats" particularly dur-
ing times of crises.
MAJOR OSUR cites today's
economic recession and "the re-
Cent Arab oil boycott" as crises.
He goes on to say that a special
concern of the armed forces is
"strained relations between
BlacVs and Jew?."
"Since the military is a cross
section of American attitudes
and beliefs," Mai. Osur dclares.
"it is important that race rela-
tions instructors be informed
nf the mture of anti-Semitism
in America."
The first four sections of
"Anti-Semitism" are excerpts
from "Christian Beliefs and
Anti-Semitism." a sociological
study conducted by the Univer-
sity of California Survey Re-
search Center under an ADL;
g-ant and published by Harper
and Row. Thev deal with the
concept of anti-Semitism, and
anti-Semitic beliefs, feelings and
actions.
THEiE ARE followed by two
sections from a book published
by The Seabury Press and dis-
tributed by ADL, "Faith and
Fratricide: The Theological
Roots of Anti-Semitism," by
Rosemary Ruether. associate
professor of historical theology
at Howard University School of
Religion.
One is the Introduction, an
analysis of anti-Semitism over
the centuries, by Prof. Gregory
Baum, of St. Michael's College
of the University of Toronto;
the other a chapter from the
book itself.
Next is "The Treatment of the
Holocaust in History Textbooks,"
reprinted from an ADL pamph-
let by Henry Friedlander, as-
sistant professor of Jewish Stud-
ies at the City College of the
City Unive*ity of Npw York.
THE NEXT SECTION, "The
Jewish Sterootvne in English
Literati**: chylock and Fagin."
bv Ilja Wachs. professor of liter-
ature at Sarah Lawrence Col-
lege, is from "Teachers' Study
Guide: Stereotypes in EneJ'-sh
Literature," produced jointly by
the Catholic Archdiocese of New
York and ADL.
This is followed by a chapter
from "The New Anti-Semitism"
(McGraw-Hill) by Arnold For-
ster, ADL's associate director
and general counsel, and Ben-
jamin R. Epstein, national di-
rector. Another section, "Pref-
erential Treatment and Quotas,"
from an ADL pamphlet, is also
by Forster and Epstein.
The remainder of the re-
source text consists of as article
published by the American Jew-
ish Archives. "Black Anti-
Semitism in Twentieth Century
America: Historical Myth or
Reality?" by Nicholas C. Polos,
associate professor of history,
graduate division. La Verne Col-
lege, Calif.; an editorial, "Our
Time to Choose," from the New
York Amsterdam News, remind-
ing Blacks thnt Jews "struggled
and died with Blacks" in the
battles to achieve civil rights
and suggesting that Blacks
ought to stand up with Jews in
combatting snti-?e~itisn. and
two renrints f'-o* the League's
notional publication, the ADL
Bulletin.
Perunist Paper
Attacks Zionism
BUEN'OS AIRES (JTA) The Percnist news-
paper "Mavoria," published a communique issued by a
national Eva Peron group formed by the National Uni-
versity Movement, National Peronist Youth, and Na-
tional Union of High School Students, stating that the
nature ot Zionism is closely linked to the existence of
the State of Israel, "founded after a genocidal and usur-
pating process against the Palestinian people."
The communique also said that former President
Juan Peron, in his book, "The Hour of the Peoples,"
published during his exile, condemned Zionism as an
instrument of international synarchy.
The statement further condemned several agree-
ments signed by Argentina with Israel during the Pres-
idency of Arturo Frondizi. ___________
November Is Busv Month For
The Jewish War Veterans
Mr'<'ii>-v <>f South Dad" Post
No. 778 will cosnonsor with the
Pict a win> and cheese neigh-
borhood party at the home of
**- ,| m-<- rha-les ^imon on
Sunday at 8:30 p.m. G'tests will
w, C"t] 7' the Department of Florida, and
Howard Melinson, commander
for the Department of Florida.
On Wsdnesdav, Dec. 3rd at
JWV Ladies Auxiliary 778
7 p.m. the Auxiliary an! Point
East Auxiliary No. 693 will
sponsor a Chanukah partv it
the Homestead Air Force B^se
CHanel unrl-"- th woervision
of the chanlain. Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau. The guests will be il Is-
raelis Ibong on th"5 B
Tho AivHUnrv'" ", r : '
meeting will he at Temple Beth
Am on Tuesday, Dec. at 8
p.m., and first n~:,,otior.s for
officers will be held.
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Friday, November 28
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ELIEWIESEL
SIMCHA DINITZ
JOIN
SHIMON PERES
CHAIM HERZOG
FRANK R. LAUTENBERG
LEON DULZIN
and the
American Jewish Community
in Strength and Unity
at the
United Jewish Appeal's National Conference
December 10-13,1975
New York Hilton
o
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign.
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida 33137 Phone: 576-4000


"<3fewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, November 28, 1975
Section B
Temple Beth Solomon To
Honor Rabbi and Mrs. Raab
And Install Officers
The first anniversary c^lebra-
[ion of Temple Beth Solomon.
The Temple on the Mall" in

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MAX MAR1N
imi Beach, will be held on
Way. Nov. 30, at noon at the
|uville Hotel. The CongregH-
will also honor Rabbi Dr.
Mrs. David Raab on their
wedding anniversary.
iner chairman is Willivn J.
sel. vice president of Inter-
lental Bank f Miami
Beach. Meyer J. Lippman is
ticket chairman.
Many religious and civic lead-
ers and citv, county and state
officials will attend.
Officers and members of the
board, Sisterhood and Men's
Club to be installed by Mayor
Harold Rosen are: Max Marin,
presi lnt: In ing Garber, chair-
man of the board; Harry Glass-
man and Haim Winer, vice
presidents; Meyer J. Lippman,
t easurer; Mrs. Mina Glickman,
financial secretary; Mrs. Edythe
D. ,Iis-. recording secretary;
Mrs. Molly Jacobs, correspond-
ing secretary.
Sisterhood officers are: Mrs.
F.'Mh- D. Jiser. president; Mrs.
Mina Glickman, 1st vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Jacob Wiener, 2nd
vice president; Mrs. Robert Litt,
3rd vice president; Mrs. Meyer
I. Linpman, treasurer; Mrs. Al-
bert Laufer, financial secretary;
Mrs. Esther Herz. recording sec-
retary; and Mrs. Elias Metersky,
corresponding secretary.
Offic-rs of the Men's Club in-
<*'"'-: ,villiam J. Schusel, presi-
dent; Max Kaminski, 1st vice
president: James A. Berger. 2nd
vice president; Sol Roth, fintn-
cial s.-cretary, Measurer; and
Jacob Weiner, recording and
corresponding secretary.
ind Branch No. 290 Plans Chanukah Meeting
ilik-Ben-Gurion Branch No.
of Farband wiH meet on
Iday, Dec 1. at 7:30 p.m. at
Washington Federal Bank
itorium on Miami Beach.
rry Kaminer. publicity
rman, has announced that
Isaak Unterman will report
ie Histadrut Solidarity Con-
ference in Israel, to which he
was a delegate.
The program includes a re-
ception for president Jack F1-
losof, who returned recently
from Hot Springs, Ark., and
Chanukah candle-lighting by
jomnoser-folksinger Mordecai
Yardanu. who will corduct the
musical program.
I
World Assembly of
Jewish war veterans*
in
Jerusalem.
JANUARY 25-30,1976
Open to veterans th world over, the assembly marks
the 30th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazis and
expresses support and solidarity with Israel.
El Al Israel Airlines is offering a special tour for those
attending. It Includes roundtrip airfare from New York,
deluxe hotel accommodations, 9 nights in Israel, leisure
time and touring scheduled around the event.
,J>rice: $659.00
RABBI AND MRS. RAAB
Pioneer Women
Plan Activities
Masada Chapter annual Chan-
ukah bazaar will hj on Sunday,
Dec. 7. at 10:30 a.m. in the
recreation room of Excelsior
L'"- Vice presidents Mrs. Rose
Becker and Mrs. Irene Raczkow-
s'- ar bazaar cochairmen. Mer-
chandise is needed, and addi-
t'-mal information may be ob-
tained at the Pioneer Women
regional office.
The chapter's regular month-
ly meeting will be Wednesday,
Dc. 3. at 1 p.m. in the Pioneer
Women Council of South Flor-
ida offices. Means of combatting
the United Nations' anti-Zionist
resolution will be discussed.
ir iz ir
Golda Meir Chapter plans a
Chanukah child rescue lunch-
eon Sunday, Dec. 7, at noon at
the 2?nd Street Holiday Inn,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Harriet Green, president
of the South Florida Council and
tortrier national vice president
of the American Zionist Federa-
tion, will be the guest speaker,
and there will be a musical pro-
gram. Admission is by contribu-
tion, and husbands and friends
are welcome, according to Mrs.
Claire E. Balaban, publicity
chairman.
ir it *
High Rise Tikvah Chapter will
have a Chanukah observance,
Tuesday, Dec. 2, at noon at
Forte Towers, Miami Beach.
Isaac Finkelstein. husband of
renter or*sid*nt Pauline Fin-
kelstein, will officiate at the spe-
cial observance.
joints of View
Am Hasefer we are the
people of the Book. By defini-
tion, our synagogues are houses
of worship, community and
book learning. Jewish parents
may be financially strapped,
but their children's education
will be a top priority.
Our people, unilaterally en-
amored of the written word, has
a rich heritage beginning with
the Pentateuch.
THE QUESTION, though,
"what is a Jewish book?" is not
so easily answered. It has
brought some mixed responses
as Jewish Book Month comes
to a close.
Robert Sandier, University of
Miami professor of English and
Judaic btuaies, explains that
there has been a continuing dif-
ference of opinion as to what
constitutes a Jewish book.
"Up until modern times (cir-
ca 1800) anything a Jew wrote
was considered a Jewish book."
However, after Jews came into
the mainstream of secular life,
that definition became invalid,
or at least incomplete.
Today, Prof. Sandier would
define a Jewish book as "one
that has a central theme on the
Jewish experience."
A BOOK, for instance, that
contains only passing references
to Jews or Judaic ideals, whe-
ther written by a Jew or non-
Jew, would not qualify. How-
ever, a book like Father Flan-
nery's "The Anguish of the
Jews" would be a Jewish book,
despite its Catholic authorship.
Celia Huber. librarian at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, expects an-
swers to the basic question of
"why am I a Jew?" when read-
ing a Jewish book. In more
pragmatic terms, Mrs. Huber
expects "questions and answers
as to why I continue to practice
Judaism today, in light of all
our problems."
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of
Temple Beth Am, has an en-
compassing view of a book's
Jewish qualities. "A Jewish
book should reflect, at the very
least, a distinctly Jewish per-
spective of life."
BY HIS definition, this per-
spective should be a positive
one. Hence, a book may even
concern a secular subject, but
if it is written by a Jew, from
a Jewish frame of reference, it
could warrant a place in a Jew-
ish library. Ideally, a book
would be authored by a Jew,
with Judaic content and per-
spective.
In a more rigid view, Anni
Fruchter, of the Rephun He-
brew Book Store, limits her
definition of a Jewish book to
"one with commitment to Ju-
daic ideals." Her shop keeps
with NORAM A. CVOVITZ
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popular Jewish books to a mini-
mum and stresses, rather, books
on Talmud, commentaries, phi-
losophy and history.
"We have such a rich his-
tory," that it is inappropriate,
she feels, to pander to super-
ficial tastes. Ms. Fruchter sug-
gests that neither Chaim Po-
tok's nor Philip Roth's works
deserve the title of "Jewish."
"ROTH writes a caricature of
a Jewish book that reflects self-
hatred." Further, she thinks,
"Potok is intellectually dishon-
est and is catering to non-Jew-
ish readers, especially in his
new book. "Why," she asks,
"would Christians know more
about our Chumash?" alluding
to "In the Beginning."
Although Rabbi Baumgard
hesitates to call "Portnoy's Com-
plaint" a Jewish book because
it is negative, Prof. Sandier
defends Roth's writing. "Prob-
lems that Roth discusses are
valid expressions (both positive
and negative) of life in the
Diaspora."
To be an artist, Prof. Sandier
explains, one must call upon
the depths of one's being and
conflicts often emerge. Person-
al tastes aside, he maintains
that Roth's, Mailer's and Bel-
low's works must be considered
"Jewish," just as Potok's, Uris's
and Levin's.
SIMPLY because a writer may
try to negate his Jewishness
and write from another cultural
address, does not disociate
him from the Jewish literary
world.
Although Ms. Fruchter cruci-
fied both Roth and Potok, Mrs.
Huber made some distinctions.
Roth's books, she said, have no
redeeming cultural value but
"Potok does bring in his
heritage."
Rabbi Baumgard also consid-
ers Potok in a different league
than Roth. "Potok writes more
specifically out of a Jewish
background."
Notwithstanding the problems
that exist with what validly con-
stitutes a Jewish book, the Jew-
ish book market isn't suffering.
Joan Danziger, owner of the
Carousel Book and Toy Shop in
Surfside, says any Jewish book
does extremely well in her com-
munity.
MONTHS before a book is
even published, her customers
start calling to place orders. In
fact. Cynthia Freeman's new
book, "A World Full of Strang-
ers," a novel concerning passing
in the Gentile world by deny-
ing one's Judaism, is the best
selling book her store has ever
stocked.
It seems that for the people
of the Book, Jewish Book Month
is definitely a time marked by
much thought and discussion.
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Friday, Norember 28, 1975
MR. AND MRS. REVTTZ
Mr. and Mrs. Revitz Will Receive
David Ben-Gurion Award At
Temple Beth-Am "Night For Israel'
Miaor. zsmamxax* lea~-*r ?*
Revaz aad Ms wiie. MarseL
have bees sanwl the recirwcts
of the Stare of Isn& Davti Bec-
Gurtoa Award, fit was asassacec
bv Fred Sscoe.
The prwer-irx: wJ! hi -aWe
at the Temple 3er aai -*5gjhc
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Wavaa Mane, and w-^ tec
charrr-an of the l"*3 brad
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founder, executive vire rres.-
deat and treajarer of Temol-
B-th El m Cbicwa The rec-
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chei the Warsaw Award for
hts work in the Jewish Federa-
Marie) Revitt is a me-b?r
of the Temple Beth Am Sister-
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Barbara and Ike Goldemberg:
"Pride in Participation"
Despite a loss of luggage and a splitting headache, Ike
Goldemberg looked very pleased with himstlf as he lit up
an early-morning cigarette. The campaign chairman of the
Young Adults Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration (and a member of the United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet) was basking in the glory of achieve-
ment.
Together with his fellow UJA Cabinet members, he
had organized the UJA Koach Mission to Israel which had
attracted -a thousand participants from all over the United
States, 40 of them leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation:
One ot the fears we had,"
Goldemberg confessed, '"was
that because -of .the great mag-
nitude of the mission, people
would' not"TuJly appreciate Is-
rael." The fear was misplaced.
Instead, there was a pride in
the accomplishment of an un-
precedented success. "Who else
could ever bring a thousand
penile to the country?" Goldem-
berg asked.
This was 24-year-oid Goldem-
berg's fifth visit to Israel and
his third UJA Mission. "I don't
like to travel," he said, "but I
love to come to Israel. I'm a
Jew who says: "How can I not
feel part of what's happened in
the past 28 vears?' I don't want
to tell my kids, when they ask
me about Israel, 'Go read it in
the books.' "
Goldemberg's commitment to
Israel is so obvious that Israelis
who met him asked why he was
still living in the United States.
His reply was: "I feel that I
have spiritually made Alivah.
and it's good to come once in a
while to remind the body. It's
important for those of us who
don't live in Israel to do what
we can to organize ourselves so
that when Jews in any part of
?the world have to speak out on
Jewish issues, it's a united
voice."
Goldemberg was in Israel with
the Koach -N^gjion when the
United Naatjpr" resolution on
Zionism n; nassed. It was the
earliejiro'ebate on this resolu-
tion-^at had set the stage for
Knach. The mere suggestion
that Zionism could be equated
\Oth racism brought many pas-
sive Jews to action to demon-
strate that Zionism is the anti-
thesis of racism, and is in fact
a movement for Jewish libera-
tion.
"I'm not underestimating the
Seriousness of the resolution,"
said Goldemberg, "but I think
that it may have helped the UJA
Campaign. Thank God, there are
people at the UN who care
enough about us to make us
united. The UN doosn't really
represent the world today. I'm
afraid of this resolution. I think
that it's obvious to anyone with
half a brain that equating Zion-
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that Iraq is the center of world
democracy. It's an absurd state-
ment."
The Koach response to the
IKE GOLDEMBERG
passing of the resolution was a
solidarity march through Jeru-
salem. The spirit of unity was
so powerful and so magnetic
that it gave Goldemberg and
other Cabinet members the feel-
jRg tha#thi was not a pne-timt
Success story.
"It would be terrific if Koach
were to become an annual
event." Goldemberg declared.
"Koach has to encourage more
communities to participate. If.
you have a thousand young;
cream of the crop coming- to i
Israel every year, -it's better
than a Prime Ministers Mis-
ton."
Barbara Goldemberg .com-
mented on the historical sig-
nificance of Ko^ch.-.-end" hoped
that it would Wring'Qt-timers
more into the picture of
what Israel is all about.
"The basic coufiief between;
us and the iffjwns," she said,
"is whether WTre here or whe- j
ther we're there. When I came j
to Israel for the first time at
the age of 15, I had no answer
to that, but now I can say we're
doing something important in
America. It's a constant battle,
trying to justify to the Israelis
why we don't live in Israel, but
when you take into account how
many uncommitted American
Jews there are, you know the
kind of job you have to do at
home."
One of Mrs. Goldemberg's im-
mediate goals for the future is
to persuade the Miami commu-
nity to contribute to an Invest-
ment for Survival Fund to send
people in the 18-28 age group
on a mission to Israel in order
to discover their own identities
as Jews.
"The way to get through to
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The State of Israel is c.
on the entire South Beach co
munity to rally in this time of
anti-Zionism and terrorist at-
tacks, according to Mrs. Zelda
Thau, who has announced a
"Night in Israel" under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization on
Monday, Dec. 15. at 8 p.m. at
the South Beach Auditorium.
The rally is the opportunity
for all Jews, regardless of age
or temple affiliations, to stand
up and be counted, Mrs. Thau
said, and show their soldarity
with and support of their
brethen who are faced with
nstant attacks bv terrorist
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Americans, without regard to
race, creed or color, can re.pond
at the rally to the members of
the General Assembly and the
Third World nations who voted
for the UN resolution equating
Zionism with racism.
Miami Beach civic and com-
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hut. vice president and manager
of the Washington Ave. office
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Friday, November 28, 1973
Edmund Ansin To Receive
Human Relations Aicard
CowBBoniry leader Edaaaad
N Ansin win receive tbe Ana-
Defamaban Lea*ae-Sooenr of
Fe^ows Hunan Relations
Award at a Dec- 13 dinner-
daace at the Dea-jvilie Hotel
Tbe fr"*1""""* was made by
Aaron M. Kacner. chainnao of
tbe dinner
Ansia aw*"* Karvarc
Tersrrr and the Whartor. School
of Finance aad Coaaaiprrr at the
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which he was graduated wr.h i
graduation, he
president of Miami Gardens.
Inc. and now serves ^-
vest-tr.:.- ~~"
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director _: ta
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la :-": Ar.gn succ^;.: I
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as president of Sunbeam Teie-
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Cb- 7, Miaici). and is also the
station's general manager
la Mar. 19*5. Ansin received
for WCKT the Peabodv Award,
which has been called "the
Pulitzer Prae of broadcast joor-
nahsm." WCKT has received
EDMUND N ANEW

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A- A-iitoiium.
George Bernstein,
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Board. st2ted ">Ve are honored
to give this recognin?- :: Bd-
i-iund Ansrc far rns and "rus
family s years of devoted se- -
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and tbe ADL :- part
Tonv Orlando Named Honorary
Chairman bv AwVi for Retarded
Sherman Katz. president of
the Dade County Asscoanoc I
Retarded Crtiren*. announce;
that Tony Orlando has been
named bonorarv eaaataaaa for
the association's 26th annual
convention in Las Vegas The
Pt^*i association, of which
the Dade County association is
a part is a 300.000-menibeT or-
ganization {ponded i
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sod local associations.
Orlando, whose first concern
is a BMKttiwe prevention caaa-
paipa the National Association
for Retarded Omens will branch
earhr next year under the spon-
i of Civitan International.
1 hope the young people
of America will bsten to me.
Tbev've eat tbe most at srafr".
There will be : = .- 10Q,OM
babies born mentally retarded
nert yea', and there's no excuse
- the whole world for that At
least half of them will be the
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know how to prevent.
-My other concern." he con-
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rioa reafiy is so they'll treat
retarded people with love and
understanding instead of
fusing retardation
illness I know aB the aaiaery a
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Page 5-B
Federation Is Host to General Assembly
Delegates at Viz cay a Reception
"Where else but in Miami
could we host such a spectacu-
lar outdoor cultural event in
mid-November?" asked Mrs.
Richard Litt. who led the ar-
rangements for a Greater Miami
Jewish Federation recent ion for
General Assembly delegates.
Mrs. Litt. who served with
special events cnairman Mrs.
Morris Futernick, was rcfemns:
to Miami's "Festa di vino e
formaggio" a wine and chees
celebration wMc* ""*s at-
tended by nearly 1.000 delegates
from more than 200 American
Jewish communities at Vr.ciya's
gardens. Music was provided hv
a string ensemble from tin Mi-
ami Philharmonic.
Delegates had arrived at the
Italian Renaissance nala-"o fal-
lowing a cruise of Biscayne
Bay. Thei1* return to c^-vm-
tion headquarters (tV Dean-
ville and Carillon Hotels) was
]>; .) iiied by a fie^t of buses spe-
cially routed to pass sotvj of the
area's more import-mi attrac-
tions, including several mem-
bers of tt GMJFs fmaily of
local agencies.
"This is a ,#ery special recep-
tion." said M-s. Futernick at
Vi7.cayi. "not only for the en-
joyment of the delegates, b'lt
No >r\ c ate % comfortable at-
mosphere fo>- the four days of
business to follow.
"W have also created this
1 ind of event so that delegates
from other cities can get a first-
hand picture of all the atfa--
tims w*"ch Miami's Jewish
community has to offer," she
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time since 1962. All arrange-
ments for local events, which
involved hundreds of volunteers
serving delegates at 11 Miami
Beach hotels, were led by chair-
woman Reva Wexler of Miami.
Sholem Lodge Plans
Membership Breakfast
As part of its 50th anni"er-
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Friday, November 28, 197S
Hebrew Academy Mourns Former
Student Slain in Terrorist Attack
Memorial services were held
Monday, Nov. 24. at the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy for a
former student who was one of
three Israeli youths shot dur-
ing an Arab terrorist attack on
the religious kibbutz of Ramat
Hamagshimim in the occupied
Golan Heights.
Michael Nadler. who cele-
brated his tth birthday this
month, was the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Nadler. formerly of
Miami Beach. Dr. Nadler. pro-
fessor of sociology at Bar-Ilan
University in Ramat Gan. Israel,
was on the faculty of Barry
College in Miami when Michael
studied at the Hebrew Academy.
"He was a brilliant student,
an outstanding athlete, a de
voted American and Jew." re-
calls Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy who conducted the sen-ices
in memory of his former stu-
dent.
Ramat Hamagshimim is a Na-
chal settlement of B'nai Akiva
youth group, a nroiect of Ha-
poel Hamizrachi. the labor reli-
gious Zionist organization. Stu-
dents spend three years in reli-
gious kibbut7im, combining
mi'itary service and Torah
study.
The three students slain last
Friday were captured by Arab
terrorists and methodically shot
in their dormitory', an eyewit-
ness reported.
Other speakers at the memo-
rial service included Samson
Farkash. a teacher at the He-
brew Academy who is a repre-
sentative of the B'nai Akiva
project, and Louis Pollack of
Miami Beach, a friend of the
family and leader of numerous
Torah Judaism causes.
Temple Israel
Chanukah Plans
Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami and Temple Israel South
r>ln a ioint Chanukah and Sab-
bath eve worship service this
evening at 8 at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami
On Sundav afternoon a Chan-
ukah celebration for families
will be held at Temple Israel's
South Dade camp, with picnick-
ing and play followed by a dusk
candle-lighting service.
CUBAN FARBAND BRANCH
(David Bliss Moshe Doyan)
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Salute to Israel Veterans
Scheduled by Histadrut
Officers of the Shoshanna
Chapter of American Miz-
rachi Women were install-
ed by Mrs. Lily Stone at a
luncheon at the Carillon
Hotel. From left: Annette
Chaifetz, Elaine Klein,
Francine Katz, Mrs. Stone,
Rose Shapiro and Jeri Tru-
land. Mrs. Shapiro, the
chapter's founder and pres-
ident, sponsored the new
members.
JWV Post & Auxiliary 174
Chanukah Social Plans
JWV Norman Bruce Brown
Post and Auxiliary No. 174 are
having a social evening, Wed-
nesday, Dec. 3, at 8:30 in the
Old Cutler Room of the First
Federal Savings and Loan Bank
Building en Coral Way.
In observance of Chanukah
cultural chairman Pearl Wein-
stein will open the meeting with
a skit symbolizing the lighting
of the Chanukah candles. Mem-
bers and their friends will play
favorite games and join in sing-
ing. Hostess Sylvia Liebman and
her committee will serve holi-,
day specialties including latkes.
Agudoth Israel
Chanukah Program
AeudaMi Israel Hebrew In-
stitute will present a Chanukah
program of music and dance by
"The Oranim'" this Sunday at
7:30 p.m. in the Synagogue.
Refreshments symbolizing the
festival of lights will be served
Israel's veterans will be hon-
ored by the Israel Histadrut
Foundation of South Florida at
its fourth annual Salute to Israel
Veterans Day. Dec. 2, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Moe Le-
vin, chairman of the South Flor-
ida IHF Advisory Committee,
made the announcement.
The IHF reception is dedi-
cated to the builders of "Homes
in the Homeland" who, through
contributions to the Histadrut
Annuity Trust, have helped fi-
nance the Histadrut Mortgage
Fund. Local contributors to the
fund during 1975 will receive
the BuiWer of Israel Award at
the reception, Levin said.
The Histadrut Mortgage Fund
was established by the Histad-
rut and the Israeli government
for the purpose of granting
home loans to young Israeli
couples and army veterans.
A major Israeli diplomat will
be the featured speaker at the
Dec. 2 event, according to Ben
Zion Steinberg, South Florida
IHF executive director, who
added that some 1.250-1,300 |>er-
sons have attended each of the
previous Salutes to Israel Vet-
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CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
Guest speaker Or. Leonard Haber, Psychologist and
Miami Beach Councilman.
SERVICES CONDUCTED BY RABBI ELLIOTT I. WINOGRAD,
ASSISTED BY CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH AND ALL MALE CHOIR
In honor of "Shabbath Chanukah" the choir will assist
Cantor Breeh at Saturday morning services.
THE COMMUNITY IS INVITED
MACK NUTKOWITZ, President IGOR SCHULTZ, Vice Pres.
Important Dates to Remember
Friday, December 26th, the HON. ROBERT SHEVIN, Attorney
General, will be our guest speaker. In January the HON. DON-
ALD TUCKER of the House of Representatives in Tallahassee,
will be the guest speaker.
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Friday, November 28, 1975
+Je*ist> tkrkUan
Page 7-B
Mrs. Chabner Is Chairman
if
Of A merican Mizrach i Women
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
5
Israel's Delegate to UN General Assembly
*To Keynote Dinner Honoring
Dorita and George FeMenkreis
... nreSj.
Belli f>f '-' Hadar Chapter of
' American Mfarachi \V<> nen, has
MRS. CHABNER
been named chairman of the
American Mizrachi Women
Bond-With-Israel luncheon to be
held Sunday. Dec. 7. 11:30 a.m.
in the Palladium Room of the
Konover Hotel, it was an-
nounced by Milton M. Parson,
executive director, Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization.
A recipient of the State of
Israel Bonds "Woman of Valor"
Award. Mrs. Chabner is a mem-
ber of I. R. Goodman Group of
Hadassah and a life member of
the Hebrew Academy, Temple
Emanu-El and numerous yeshi-
va. According to Parson, Mrs.
Chabner typifies fie American
Jewish woman in action, always
involved in helping her fellow
man whenever the n ^ed arises.
Parson announced that the
Mi/.rachi Women recently held
a successful pre-sale luncheon
at which Ambassador Esther
Herlitz of th-? Knesset spoke on
Israels current political posi-
tion with respect to the Staai
interim agreement.
Young Israel Sisterhood
Plans "A family Fair"
The Young Israel Sisterhood
will hold "A Family Fair" this
Sunday from 1(5 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the John F. Kennedy Junior
High School in North Miami
Beach.
Cochairmen are Vh*. Ma^in
Brodv .-md Mrs Walter Fin-
gerer, who said, "We are fortun-
ate thai some of the very best
'-Hftsmen from the Dade and
Broward areas will be exhibit-
ine their crafts, all of which
mav be purchased by the pub-
lic."
Among the items available
are leather goods, c^-^^'^s,
plants, plaques and paintings,
jewelry, toys, and home-bakd
goods. There will be rides for
the children.
Proceeds from the fair will
benefit the Sisterhood of Young
Israel nf Greatr Miami.
Two dist -ihe-s
cf the C-.iban-Hebr.v. c,
Bity, Georg; and Dontr. I
i is. will n?c?ive the Da\id
Ben-r-ur!nn Award at the
Cuban-Hebrew Israel Dirm' 11
State. Saturday. D.jc. 6. at
p.m. in the Grand Ballroom at
the Kcnover Hotel.
Accordhs to Dr. Isidoro
Lerman. president of the Cuban-
Hebrew Israel Dinner of
State. "It is indeed an honor
to be a part of this profound
occasion to help our brethren
in Israel and to pay tribute to
two of our community's finest
leadprs humanitarians and
philanthropists." i
Keynoting the event will be
Dr. Roberto Aron. Israel's dele-1
gate to the UN General Assem-
blv and president of the Worlds'
General Zionist Organization.
George Feldenkreis. involved
in work on behalf of Israel since
he was ten. served as President
of the Betar Youth movement in
Havana and was one of the lead-
ers of the Zionist movement in
Cuba, where he formed and was
first president of the Federation
of Jewish Youth Organization.
Upon coming to Florida, lie be-
came active in the Cuban He-
Sisterhood Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Ohev Sha-
lom Congregation will hold its
annual Chanukah luncheon at
the Sterling Hotel on Wednes-
day. Dec. 3. at noon. Norman
Brodv will be the entertainer.
presi >ar Hb-
Ci M'-m-c!
Jewish Appeal. He is n
ber of m i Menorah
and of the H emy.
Dorita Feldcnkr-.is. active in
ist Youth Organizations :>s
a teenager, has been active in
CJA camnaiens, 's a past presi-
dent of Cuban Hebrew Sister-
hood and of Hebrew Academy
Women, who honored her as
"Mother of the Year."
The Feldenkreises received
the Hebrew Academy's Commu-
nity Servic Award for their
support and leadership.
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*Jew1stirk>rkfc*r.
Friday, November 2f. 1975
m -..
Lisa Levy Becomes Bride
0/ Aron Lamport in New York
I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. (Hap)
Levy of Miami Beach have an-
nounced the wedding of thei-
daughter, Lisa, to Aron Lampert
of New York City. The bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Abra-
ham Lampert. also of N'evv York,
and the late Mr. Lampert.
The weddinq was held in the
Ohr Torah Synagogue in North
Woodmere, N.Y., with Rabbi
Theodore Jungreis officiating.
The bride, a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior Hig!
School and a student at Torah
Academy for Girls in Fa- Rock-
away, N.Y.. attended the Univer-
sity of Miami, Coral Gables.
The bridegroom, an electrical
engineer, is a graduate in engi-
neering of the University of
Odessa (Russia).
The bride's parents are na-
tional leaders of the American
Jewish community. Mr. Levy, a
vice president of Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach, is
former president of th Greater
Miami Chapter of the Amrican
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. In 1975 he received th*
Scopus Award of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. H-
served as general chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cvv
paigns of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and is cha--
ter member of the Soci-tv of
Fellows of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America.
The wedding was attended bv
friends and rH*ti"" f-w
throughout the United States. A
reception preceded the cere-
mony and a formal dinner fol-
lowed.
The bride wore an English
net long-sleeved high-necked
gown encrusted ,with_, hand-sewn
pearls on the neckline arid on
the alencon lace flowers thnt
were hand-sewn on the gown
and train. Pearls were sewn
around the bottom of the rolled
.....i oi th R wn "id train.
The bride carried a bouquet of
i .lui-sis Drchius and stepha-
notis.
The matron of honor. Mrs.
Louis Klein of Toronto. Canada,
wore a long powder-blue silk-
jersey empire gown and a
matching pillbox hat.
The maid of honor was Chaya
Sora Jungreis of New York, and
bridesmaids were Jo Ann Levy
and Allison Levy of Miami
B--ach. and Slova Chanih Jun-
greis of New York. All wore
powder-blue gowns and match-
ing pillbox hats.
The best man was Roy Neu-
berger of New York. Ushers
were Joel Levy, Robert Levy,
Mark Levy and Danisl Levy, all
of Miami Beach. David Levy of
Miami Beach, brother of the
bride, was an attendant.
The bride's mother wore a
powder-blue chiffon gown with
lace bodice and high neck, and
a pillbox hat of lace that match-
ed bodice of the gown. The
\ idcgroori's mother wore a
long-sleeved deep-powder-blue
gown with lace bodice and chif-
fon skirt.
A series of receptions were
given in the Metropolitan New
York area to honor Mr. and
Mrs. Lampert, who now live in
Rosedak, N.Y.
MRS ARON LAMPERT
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campaign. Making the presentation to Milton M. Parson,
Mtive director, Greater Miami Israel Bond Organi-
zatim were Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro (right), spiritual
leader and Jack M. Bash (left), president. According to
Pash the Congregation borrowed $200,000 in a loan
from the Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach and
used the money for the benefit of and aid to the people
of Israel. He said, "It is the least that Jews in the Dias-
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and the- highest taxes in the world to sustain Israel."
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Page 9-B
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vm
Sculpture Depicting "The Shtetl"
To Be Displayed at Temple Emanu-El
B'nai B'rith and B'nai B'rith
Women, in celebration of the
American Bicentennial, will pre-
sent an exhibition of 42 original
hand-carvings, 'The Shtetl."
Dec. 15-23 at Temple Emanu-El.
R^bbi Benjamin M. Kahn. ex-
P-iti-c vicfl nresi lpnt of B'mi
B'rith, made the announcement
in Washington. D.C.
Tb-.> exhibit, featuring the
works of South Florida sculptor
Jacob SheinJuk, denicts lif" in
a "shtetl'the Yiddish d'min'i-
tivi for "town" or "city." gen-
erally implying a relatively
small community in Eastern
Europe.
"The art of Jacob Shciniuk
is the mirror of his recollection
of life in the 'shtetl' of his youth
and later his immigration to the
United States, and dramatizes
the transition between life in
Eastern Europe and the accul-
turation through Ellis Island to
American life," Rabbi Kahn
said.
"Over the last 20 years, he
has recreated with painstaking
skill and care the characters
anil events so dear to his child-
liodd." Rabbi Kahn continued.
"With vivid clarity he has re-
captured the character of a so-
ciety that is no longer with us."
According to Rabbi Kahn. the
entire collection of 42 wood,
wood-plastic and metal carv-
ings will be donated to the B'nai
JACOB SHEINIUK
B'rith KUitynick Museum in
Washington. "This body of art
has now been made available
to us for our appreciation, but,
more importantly, it serves as
a reminder that the world not j
forget those whose lives and \
way of life were consumed in
the Holocaust.
"This magnificent "collection
is of particular vahic during the
Bicentennial year since, for
most of its existence, B'nai
B'rith flourished in what was
for the mo pan an immigrant
society in tfce United States. Yet
those' immigrants were quickly
integrated tnM the American
scene and spirit," Rabbi Kahn
said.
Born in Vilna in Lithuania at
the turn of the century, at age
seven Jacob Sheiniuk moved to
Michalishuk, a small town near-
by with a nopulation of about
200 families that became deeply
engraved in his memorv.
i the cn:i of World War I.
Sheintuk's father brought the
familv to Palestine, where he
had migrated earlier. In 1923,
after three years in Palestine.
Sheiniuk came to the United
States and settled in Spring-
field, Mass., became a metal-
worker and later moved to New
York City.
A member of Artists Equity,
a national association of sculp-
tors, Shciniuk and his wife of
46 years, Lily, moved to North
Temple Sinai Auction
The Sisterhood of Temple Si-
nai of North Dade has sched-
uled its first annual auction for
Saturday, Dec. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Miami Beach from New York in
1970.
"The Shtetl" opens Monday
evening, Dec. 15, at Temple
Emanu-El. There will be two
daily showings through Dec. 23,
from 1-4:30 and 7-9 p.m.
For further details, contact
Neil C. Rosen, Florida lodpo
service director, at the B'ntli
B'rith regional office.
Admission includes desserts and
beverage, door prizes and rr I
fles, and the right to bid < n
thousands of dollars' worth t
merchandise.
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Friday, November 28, 1975
Neir Jerry Herman Musical To Open
Miami Beach Theatres Inaugural Season
Bti*nan has an-
nounc. i that Jerry Herman's
new usical "Mack and '
1 \ 11 b jaral of-
e in1-; at "he Mivni .Vaach Thea-
: the Performing Arts,
Feb. 10.
Alexis Smith in the musical
opens on Tuesday.
March 2. "Same Time, N r I
" the current Broadway
comedv hit. i? scheduled for
Thursday. April 20. and Cole
Porter's "Panama Hattie" with
Ann Mi!ler the first season's
finale, opening Tuesday, May
11.
Triggered by comnoser Jerrv
Herman's recent visit, during
which he was honored by tb<*
University of Miami as one of
its most distinguished alumni,
a series of meetings between
Pufmar and the co-nposr of
such Broadway successes as
- an- Honey," "Mrv" and
"Hello. Dolly!" resulted in these
production decisions.
The focal noint of the discus-
sions was the City of Miami
B'"*h. which, with th one^ng
of the new Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts, will become a
focal noint of national theatrical
attention. What better way to
launch the theatre than with the
creative ability of home-hown
products?
Excited by the prospect. Her-
man followed Bufman's lead and
in a telephone conference went
after and got the Miami man
they wanted. multi-Tony Award-
winner director-choreographer
Ron Fields. Remembered as
much for his lavish hotel night-
club revues as he is by Broad-
way for his contributions to
musical comedy. Fields respond-
ed with an immediate "yes"
and the project was on.
Typified by the ingenuitv that
brought him Tony Awards for
"Zorba" and "Cabaret" and two
Tonys as Best Director and
Choreographer for "Applause."
Fields teamed with Herman's
songs and lyrics and a book by
Michael Stewart, author of
"Hello. Dolly!" and "George M."|
became the catalyst for the
Dualities that characterized the
davs of the Keystone Kops.
Mack Sennett's bathing beauties
snd the Never-Never Land of
early Hollywood's silver screen.
The era that produced story-
book romances like that of
Mack Sennett and the world-'
famous silent-screen star Mabel i
Normand is the setting of;
"Mack and Mabel."
"We could not be more proud j
nor excited that for our gala
premiere we will be bringing:
together such giants of the thea-
tre as Jerry Herman and Ron
Fields." Bufman said. "The fact'
that they are both home-town!
boys who have hit the heights;
of Broadway makes it even
greater. That they are coming
home to work right here w'th
us is 8 major achievement fir
our citv. They will undoubtedly
bring sl^ha. with them manv of
tii Bjj ;al Broadway and Hoi-
lywood personalities to fit th!
occasion of so important an
opening.'"
As Marco Oannme, a role
made famous bv Bette Davis in
the film "All About Eve" and
then by Lauren Bacall in the
Broadway musical version, "Ap-
plause." Alexis Smith will bring
h^r own glamour that excited
B'-oadwav when she danced her
vav to a Tony Award for "Fol-
lies."
"Same Time. Nejt Year." the
thjrH of the season's four pro-
ductions, is perhaps its most
s'anifio'itt. Bro-idwav's "impos-
sible ticket to get." the Bernard
Sla'le comedy was announced
piMi*r r*i sason as Bufman's
first maior coup.
Crmtmn'ng to nlav to capacity
Broadwav audiences, Bufman's
pf>cnt-fion here will be an
achievement in view of the re-
cent nnrs from Universal Stu-
dios tt it purchased the film
rights for a record-breaking $1
lH'fcn, the highest price ever
paid for a Broadway play. The
Mia"1! Peach presentation will
constitute a special release un-
der Bufman's aegis in associa-
Yiddish Culture Wincle
Chanukah Plans
The Yiddish Culture Wincle
of Miami Beach will celebrate
Chanukah on Tuesday. Dec. 9.
at 10:30 a.m. at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute.
Rabbi EHeser Goldgerger,
Jewish history scholar, will
speak on Chanukah and the
Maccabees. Phil Nashkin will
read a Sholem Aleichem story,
and singer Rose Rosmond will
present a group of songs ar-
ranged by composer A. Krashin-
sky.
Mordechai Meisel will pre-
side.
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Ann Miller's opening at the
Miami Beach rheatre .-is "Pa-
nama Hattie" will appeal tn the
devoted fans who cheered her
first major return to the stage
when Bufman presented her in
"Mame." Going an to Broadway.
Miss Miller launched a new ca-
reer enhanced by her visit here
several soasons ago in "Any-
thing Goes."
In this Cole Porter classic,
created for Ethel Merman with
book by Buddy Da Silva and
Herbert Fields, Miss Miller
plays an Irish girl from Brook-
lyn who opens bar in Panama
and runs into romantic entan-
glements.
Songs like "Make It Another
Old-Kashioned, Please." "Let's
Be Buddies." "Every Time We
Say Good-Bye," and "I've Got
You Under My Skin" contribute
to the fast-paced, racy show
that will launch Mir.s Miller's
national tour immediately fol-
lowing the local presentation.
Subscription and ticket infor-
mation is available from Mi-
ami Bench Theatre Box Office.
Psychologist To Speak
The opening of Temple Beth
Raphael's seasonal Ones Shah-
bat is this evening at 8. The
guest speaker. Dr. Leonard
Haber, psychologist and Miami
Beach city councilman, has
chosen as his topic "Psychology
of Living."
Discussing plans ior the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
crr s 28th annual Scholarship Dinner, scheduled far
Dec. 14 at the Deauville Hotel are (from left) Miami
Beach Councilman Hal Spaet, a member of the 'Hebrew
demy president's council; Academy vice president
Joseph Cohen;. Richard M. Zimmerman, vice president
and trust officer of Flagship First National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach and a Hebrew Academy director; and Irving
Firtel, Miami Beach attorney, president emeritus of the
school and chairman of the Academy journal committee.
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+JewisHhr*IkHi
Page 11-B
101-year-old Louis Janowitz
as No Recipe for Longevity
By NORMA A. OROVITZ 12 years of financial success,
he puns that "I lost ray shirt."

^On the 4th of November,
Bouis Janowitz walked into a
(oiling booth and with the aiJ
a magnifying glass, voted in
|e Miami Beach city elections,
the 4th candle of Chanukah,
tie same Louis Janowitz will
elebrate his 101st birthday.
Jfnless, as his 81-year-old
(ephew insists, he will really
102. "I only admit to 101."
id Janowitz.
f Tis nattily-dressed centenarian
a master of understatement.
fath his wits entirely at the
re, Janowitz commented, "I
ive no complaints comin?. My
Searing is a little impared, but
bat's the way it goes."
HE RECALLED his 101 years
Mrith much detail and zest: from
his birth, registered several
years after the fact, in Russian-
Oontrolled I'nzasnysz, Poland,
M bribing guards in order to
|viJ conscription into the Rus-
jnn army, to arrival in New
York Jannarv 5. 1395. and th i
80 years since.
1 In his native shWl nja- War
"law, public schools were for
toon-Jews only, so Janowitz at-
tended cheder where he studied
ofh. Lie>- r>n, his wi lowed
mother paid to have him tutored
to writing Yiddish.
"Little by little. I picked up
Cerman and Fnglish.'- he re-
'"bered. Todav. he reads
zlish and Yiddish newspapers
and writes with "only a few
"JRis'taKes m spelling, maybe."
A ladies' tailor by trade. Jano-
witz was in business, beginning
to 1897, at a New York address,
Which he still remembers. After
FOLLOWING an unsuccessful
try at manufacturing coats and
suits, '1 looked for a business
and I'm still looking," he dead-
panned. With the good fortune
of owning a 20-unit renenment
on New York's West Side, Jano-
witz was able to retire in the
mid 1920's. He recently sold the
property to tint York City.
That beleaguered city could
take a cue from Janowitz. He
handles all his own affairs,
from buying his own govern-
ment bonds and treasury bills
(thereby avoiding a broker's
fee) to preoaring his own tax
files.
Janowitz. admittedly stub-
born, recalled how his doctor
advised him to stop smoking I
some 40 years ago. "When I >
wanted to do anything. I did it. I
Of course, it took > a vear to
get over it." he grinned.
At 88, the widowed Janowitz i
was left an "orphan" when his
only child died. His present
wife, Jennie, is a \ibrant 761
years old. "Sometimes my mind i
walks away from m?," said |
Janowitz matter-of-factly, so I j
simply rely on my wife for
everything. She is my only con-
sedation."
LIFE HAS slowed down a bit'
for Janowit'.. who until just five j
years ago walked up and down i
Miami Beach. Today, his con-1
stitutionals are neighborhood-
bound and his interests limited
to reading and playing gin. "I
always consider my age and I'm
caref'il of it," he commented.
With a refreshing acceptance
of the ravages of old age, Jano-1
witz has no specific recipe for
longevity. "My philosophy on
life is being honest. I don't owe
anybody, and I never did any-
thing I wasn't satisfied with."
Louis Janowitz was quite
satisfied with the congratulatory
card sent by President Ford
last year. We jin the President
in his good wishes for a happy
end healthy 101st (or 102nd)
bithday for Louis Janowitz.
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9-JewlstifhrlcUan
Friday, November 28
197* .
Bab Mitfu&k
D. Goldberger
M. Englander
Meyer Godur
TERRI FRIED
Mrs. Lolly Wollman's daugh-
ter, Terri Fried, will observe
her Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation this evening at 8.
Terri is a student in the Beth
Torah Harold VVolk Religious
School Pre-Confinnation Class,
and an active member of the
Junior USY at Beth Torah. She
is in the eighth grade at John
F. Kennedy Junior High, where
she is on the honor roll. Her
hobbies include art, sewing,
music and reading.
Mrs. YVollman will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following
services. and guests will include
Leila and Myron Green of Mi-
ami and Rae Fried of Holly-
wood.
MARLA ENGLANDER
Maria Enghnder, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. Malvin Eng-
lander, will be Bat Mitzvah this
evening at Temple Menorah.
Maria, an eighth-grader at
Nautilus Junior Hih, is a mem-
ber of the Carmen Nappo Youth
Symphony.
Maria will have a celebration
party at her home for her
friends on Dec. 20. and out-of-
town guests will include her sis-
ters, who will be together for
the first time In a vear.
i* -to &
DAVID GOLDBERGER
David Howard Goldberger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gold-
berger, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday at Congregation B'nai
Raphael.
An eighth-grader at Norland
Junior High, David attends Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael religi-
ous school.
David's parents will host the
Kiddush in the synagogue fol-
lowing the service, and a recep-
tion and luncheon in his honor
on Saturday afternoon at the
Barcelona Hotel.
ft DANIEL AND DAVID
FALBAUM
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fal-
baum's sons, Daniel Joel and
'David Jay, will be called to the
I Torah as B'nai Mitzvah on Sat-
I urday morning at 9 at Beth
; David Congregation,
i
The boys are students in the
Beth David Hay Class and are
active in the JCC Teen Center.
Eighth-graders at Richmond
Heights Junior High, both are in
Star Boy Scout Troon No. 64.
David is also a member of the
concert band.
Their parents will host the
Kiddush following services and
a reception later at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors. Special
guests will include grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox of
Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Falbaum of West Palm
Beach.
ft ft ft
DAVID FEINMAN
David Scott Feinman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Feinman, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning at 8:30.
David is a member of the He-
' brew High School class at the
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religi-
ous School, and an eighth-grade
honor roll student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High. He en-
joys playing tennis and the
drums.
The guests will include his
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Feinman of Miami Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Reich
of Staten Island, N.Y. Other
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. C.
Fieg3lst*-in, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Peck, the Wallace family, the
Brav familv, the Auinson fami-
lv. Mrs. F. Fleshier. Mr. and
Mrs. S. Simon. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Simon, Mrs. E. Goldman and
Mr. and Mrs. Roth.
^- T- -A-
ANDREW COOPER
Andrew Bruce Cooper, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cooper, will
b Ba*- Mitzvah on Saturday at
Temple Zion. where he has com-
pleted four years of Hebrew
studies.
Andv. an e'?Vh-grader at
Glades Junior High, is a sports
enthusiast.
A Kiddush will be held in his
honor following services, and a
reception and dinner at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors is
planned for Saturday evening.
ft ft A
ROBERT SALVAGE
Robert Harris Salvage, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Salvage,
will be called to the Torah as
B*r Mitzvah on Saturday at
10:30 a.m. at Temple Emanu-
El.
Robert, a student at the Tem-
ple Emanu-El Religious School,
where he is on the Rab'.li's
Honor Roll, is in the eighth-
grade accelerated classes at
Nautilus Junior High, where
he has honor :'grades. He
enjoys sports, collects coins,
and plays the guitar. a
Mr. and Mm Salvage will
host the breakfast following
services at Temple Emanu-El,
and out-of-town guests will be
present.
ft ft ft
MEYER GODUR
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Godur's
son, Meyer, will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday at 10 a.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Meyer is a student in the
South Dade Hebrew Academy,
where he participates in sports
and is studying judo. He en-
joys playing the guitar.
Out-of-town guests will be
present when Mr. and Mrs. Go-
dur host the reception in Mey-
er's honor at the Temple, Sat-
urday evening at 8.
ft ft ft
MARK GORDON
On Saturday at 8:45 Mark B.
Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Xawrence A. Gordon of North
Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah in
the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid.
Mark is a student at Lear
School and Ner Tamid Religi-
ous School.
A Kiddush will follow the
services, and a reception in
Mark's honor will be held at the
Diplomat Country Club later on
Saturday.
Robert Salvage Andrew Cooper
Miami Beach
Hadassah News
Renanah Group will sponsor
a unisex fashion show and ko-
sher dinner on Saturday, Dec.
6, at 7 p.m. at 4566 Prairie Ave.
Donation. The group plans a
breakfast meeting for Monday,
Dec. 8., 9:30 a.m. at Danny's
Restaurant. The program is
"Protection for Your Home," by
the Police Dept.
Emma Lazarus Group will
hold a regular meeting on Mon-
day. Dec. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the
Holiday Inn, Collins Ave. and
87th St. The program includes
a cantata, "L'haim v'Sholom"
"to life and peace").
Suthgate Group regular
meeting will be on Monday.
Dec. 8. at 1 n.m. in the Terrace
Room of Southgate Towers. The
program is a special Chanukah
rlobration. Shirley L. Rosen-
berg is president. The group's
annual champagne luncheon for
Hadassah Medical Center will
be on Thursday, Dec. 11, at
noon in the Gigi Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. The guests
of honor are Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man and Mayor Harold Rosen.
Morton Towers Grouo plans
a general meeting for Mondav,
Dec. 8, at 11:30 a.m. at the
American Savings Bank, Alton
and Lincoln Rds. A film, "If
I Forget Thee." will be shown.
There will also be an "Eye,
Bank" luncheon at the Seville
Hotel on Tuesdav, Dec. 9, at
11:30 a in.. The Israeli sinner
arid >TfUitarist Dany i Ami Hud
will entertain.
Plaza 800 Group will hold a
regular meeting in the Social
Hall at 800 West Ave. on Mon-
dav, Dec. 8, at 12:15 p.m. Rose
Miller, president.
Herzl Group
luncheon meeting
Dec. 8. at noon
martre Hotel. The
is Mrs. Emanuel
members and new
be honored. Syd
dent.
will have a
on Monday,
at the Mont-
guest speaker
Mentz. Life
members will
Spear, presi-
Mt. Scopus Group general
meeting will be on Mondav,
Dec. 8. at 12:30 p.m. at Belle
Isle. The program is "Today in
Hadassah," script adapted and
directed by Mrs Si Roisman,'
music bv Mrs. Charles Fiedler:
solois\ Mrs. Edward Marcus.
Mrs. Julius Kaplan, president,!
will renort on the Mt. Scopus,'
Dedication.
A Happy Chanuka To All
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7-Day 'Shouk Hashalom,
Slated for Beach Dec. 4
By NORMA A. OROVITZ
Temple Beth Shalom in the
person of Marcie Lefton threw
an Israeli Exposition pass to
David Harrison last spring, and
he is completing the pass for a
seven-day "Shouk Hashalom"
extravaganza on Miami Beach
from Dec. 4-11.
The environs of Temple Beth
Sholom will be metamorphosed
into a Disney World re-creation
of the Jerusalem Market Place.
According to Harrison, well-
known floral designer and res-
taurateur, the city walls and
Jaffa Gate will open into a
world of Israeli atmosphere:
kiosks, artists, entertainers and
restaurants. "Everyone will be
in costume. There will be a real
taste of Israel, its varied ethnic
groups and cultures." he said.
In order to prepare for Expo.
Harrison and Mrs. Lefton's
committee spent three v^eks in
Israel, studving, purchasing and
planning. "I've never b^en any-
place where people are so in
l/)ve with their country." he
enthused His first trip to Israel
was spent in digs, markets,
artists' studios and nightclubs.
The Israeli government offices
of tourism, trade and culture
were enormously helpful in di-
recting Harrison to cultural
sources. Harrison's enthusiasm
with the land and peon'.e h* met
prompts him to 'v*ok torward to
another, lengthier trip on which
he can "make more of a dent."
This blend of a commercial
and civic project is one Harri-
son might enjoy repeating. "I
think the Expo is the most ex-
citing event for the Jewish com-
munity." He's hopeful that
school-age children and teen-
agers wi" participate with their
well-traveled parents. "There is
enough to come back to, day
after day."
The work done in Israel will
be reflected in the Israeli Expo.
"Since we were doing research,
we got more involved with the
people and they with us." Con-
sequently, manufacturers help-
ed eliminate the middleman, so
shouk prices will be reasonable.
Harrison garnered enough of a
"feel" for Israel to transport the
all-important ingredient am-
bience back to Miami.
Harrison is planning Israeli
atmosphere and food for a fort-
night at his "Food Among the
Flowers" restaurant, which has
become a favorite luncheon,
dinner and private party oasi
in the downtown area.
But fi.. '.'' seven-dav period
of Is->"ii Exno. Divio. Harri-
son's influence will b,- manifest
in the mini-world .v has created
at Temple Beth Shotonr.
Builders Elect Lazarus
Arthur La'arus. a home-
builder in Dad County for the
past 10 years, has ben elected
1976 president of the 700-mem-
ber Builders Association of
South Florida. The Association
takes in Dade. Broward and
Monroe counties. Lazarus, presi-
dent of Lazarus Homes Corp .
has been a committee member,
chairman, secretary, treasurer,
and vice president of the Boild- *
ers Association.
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Saturday, December 13, 1975 1 to 4 P M
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vJewisti fhridkm
Page 13-B
Happenings
MIAMI
SHALOM CONGREGA-
J JW 67th Ave. Orthodox,
^fvi Raphaely. Cantor Aron
C 1
|MES. 2b33 SW 19th Ave.
Itive Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
(Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
liami. Reform. Rabbi Her.
Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
[ChefiU. 3
lAYiPN BET BREIRA. 107-
Upfti St. Liberal. Raboi
rbathn!koff. 3-A
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kyiO. ??5 SW 3rd Awe.
T'"ve. Rabbi 8ol Landau
/ill am Liron. *. A
RfAV'O SOUTH. 7500 SW
^TR. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
1. Cantor William Lioson. 4 B
HDEBH 1101 SW 12th Awe.
irn id'ticnal. Rabbi Max Sha-
nti-r Leon Segal. Rev. Men-
eVman. 6
lev ..Tfk,,!-- 6438 8W Pth
^ervative. Patbi Charles Ru-
F 8
I a----------
_IE'(AEL AND Or-PATER
JVruTH SYNAGOGUE 9JO0
ROrivp O'lhooox. Rabbi Raliih
GH*me- 8 A
N0BTH MIAMI BtACII
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1029
N E. Miami Gardena Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi S.mcha FreedmaTn. Can-
tor Ian Alpem. 39
AGUOATH ACHIM, 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19258
NE 3rd Awe. Orthodox. 33 A
BETH TORAH; 1051 N. Miami Beach
B'wd. Crnstrvat've. Rahbi Mux Lip-
sehitz. Canter Jacob B Mendelton.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd 5*t
Cmserwatiwe Rabbi Victor D. Zwat.
ng. Cantor Jack Lemer. 86
-~a---------
5EPHAROIC .JEWISH CENTER. 371
N.B. 171 tj St. O-thodox Rabbi Ne-
im Gambaeh. Cantor Joserih N.
houm. 36- A
SINAI rrhirireV b north DADH
iro- |E ??r* Ave Reform. Rahw
Ralnh P. Kinfllv.. Cantor Irwino
Shulkea. "S7
RAKL iTemnl-i OF GREATER
fft 137 NE 19V. St. Reform.
Twos-oh R. Narot. 10
v
[TE ENTER. 3175 SW ?5tn
Inservatlve. Rabbi Solomon
sVldenperfl. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
0* OCOr." (Tempi*) 6755 SW 18'h
St. Pn'-rviiiv Habbi David M.
Baren. Cantor Starter Rich. IS
EE ISRAEL SOUTH (Formerly
rikva) S0''5 Si'nset Or. Relorr>
1 Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
UMIHL (lempie) 8900 SW 107th
Suite 306. Rabbi Maxwell
[M Ith ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
^mi Ave. Conservative. 14
Temp.ei. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
TwaSve Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
^K Errol Hrrfman. If
II Alt AH
NtftaTTH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
^kve. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi
MIMar ZotonaeK. 15
NOKiH MIAMI
fMOSHE CONGREGATION.
H.E. 121st St. Conservative.
I Dr Daniel J. Fingerer. Can.
^ihuda Binvamm. 35
MIAMI BEACH
rH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
fox Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
<4u0 Plna Trae
Or.
kRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Mordecai Shapiro. IS
JACOB. 901 Washington Ave.
0*. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
9
kPHAEl (Ttmple). 1948 Jof.
Ava. Conservative. Rabbi
/inograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
80
tO'.OM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Literal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cawtp David Canvlatr. 21
B IITH SOLOMON 1031
Rd. Modern Conservative.
David Rasb. Cantor Morda
4&!
ini.
21-A
ate
Bop
GATION BETH TPILAH.
Id Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi I.
pper. 22
te
KVOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE
BN. 843 Meridian Ava. 22 A
CMPLE BNAI ZION. 200 178th St..
Haanl Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Kn. 22-B
HP HEBREW CONGHEGAT'ON
K Washington Ava. Orthodox.
Dow Rozencwalg. 23
AM SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
Hat:ON. 715 Washington Ave.
f Meir Maaliah Melamed. 2S-A
MANtl-EL (Templet. 1701 Washing.
n Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi Irving
Hsan. Cantor Zwi Adier 24
W ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
rthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
2f
COS) C. COHEN COMMUNITY
BOOGUE. 1532 Washington Awe.
hadox Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
ISarfai Meyer Enoel. 28
hi Si i
MMTH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Nsodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
f CaMtar Abraham Sal'. 27
latNORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
MUarvalive. Raoei Mayer Abram-
- Cantor Nieo Feldman. 28
TAMID (Temple). 7th St. and
iartyle Awe. Conservative. Rabbi
laaane Labnvitz. Cantor Edward
kSu.________
MV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Df.
Orthadox Rabbi Phineaa A. Waber.
PMARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 48
illins Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmiaa. 31
GATION ETZ CHAIM. 1842
h/ngton Ave. SI
H
BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
atTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative
fffear Murray Vavneh 82-A
IDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
sOREGATION. 707 8th St.
Inadcx. Rabbi Mordecai Charmo-
SKY LAKE SVN.AGC1UE. 18151 NE
io*h Ave. Orthb-6x. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick.
Si
-rr:-r-
fOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 90 NE T71at St Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Left 9a
CtWAl 0A.MH
JtiofA (Ttirnl'V ^550 Granada Blvd.
R'orm Rabh1 Michael B. Eiaen.
atat. Cantor r>"a Shore. 44j
Circuit Judge Sam I. Silver
has been appointed to the Flor-
ida Supreme Court's Committee
on the Bicentennial. Announce-
ment was made by Florida Su-
preme Court Chief Justice
James C. Adkins.
Judge Silver was appointed
to the bench by Gov. Askew on
recommendation of the Judicial
Nominating Commission and
was elected in 1972 to serve a
full six-year term.
H" is chairman of the Florida
Regional Council and a member
of the National Board of Direc-
tors of the American Arbitration
Association. A past president of
the Dade County Bar Associa-
tion, the University of Miami
Law School Alumni Association,
and South Florida Inter-Profcs-
sional Council, Judge Silver
served on the board of gover-
nors of the Florida Bar for nine
years.
>7
& -a
ZAMORA 'Temple*. 44 2amora Ave.
Conservative, habbi Maurice Klein.
4*
iUgfSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Nardinq Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 60
FOOT tAVDERDAIT
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz Cantor Maurice Neil. 42
----------a----------
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Bl\d. Reform. Cantor Jerome Kle-
ment. 43
TAMmRAC JEWISH CENTER. 9104
NW 57th St. Conservative. flabW
Milton J. Gross. 44-A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3897 Stirling Rd. 52
PAW0 BEACH
MARGATF JEWISH CENTER. 51f
Ml 9th St. 44.
SHOLOM (Temple) 132 SE 11th Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Vaacov Renzer. 48
HAUANDAlf
HALJ.ANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative 416 NE 8th Ave. Rabbi
Harry E Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger If
a
nwirwcrOP
BETH EL fTaw.pl*>. 1351 S. 14tr> Ava.
Reform. RaSbl 6ame1 Jaffa. Aaalst.
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Roaenfatf *
BETH ,'HALOM (Temple). 4801 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortos
Malavsky Cantor Irvino Gold. 4
SINAI (Tempfe>. 12M Johnson 8t
Conservative. Rabbi David Shaofra.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Liatfleld
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 82nd Ava., Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47-B
1EMPLE SOLEL rL-Sanal) 8100 Shar-
fdan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Fratin. 47-C
PIANTATIOH
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 400 S. Nob Hilt Rd.. Plan-
tation. Rabbi Althvr S. Abrame.
MflTAMA*
ISRAEL (Temple). 8920 SW S3th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avron. Drazin.
Cantor Abniham Kaatas. 41
rTOMffSTrAO
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St Conservative. St
A Happy Chanuka To All A Happy Chanuka To All
JONAS & DON M. RUTLEDGE
I'MIRK Interior Decorators and Designers 4906 North Kendall Drive
BROTNAN Phone 661-0500
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Apple,
Sons Larry and Jeffrey,
and Daughter Lisa Karen
of the
ASSOCIATED
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Extend Best Wishes for
A Happy Chanuka
Ms. Carol Jacobs has resign-
ed as publicity director of the
Deauville Hotel to accept the
position as senior account ex-
ecutive with the Gerald
Schwartz Agency, Miami Beach-
based public-relations and ad-
vertising firm.
Ms. Jacobs, who has worked
in the public relations offices
of the Deauville, Eden Roc,
Saxonv, Sherry Frontenac and
Versailles hotels, is chairperson
of the Bicentennial committee
for the City of North Miami
Beach and editor and secretary
for the Sociable Singles.
* # -6
Richard J. Kaufman, a CPA,
and Sister Margaret McManus,
O.S.F., administrator of St.
Francis Hospital, have been
named to the board of directors
of the John Elliott Blood Bank,
Miami's only non-profit com-
munity blood facility. An-
nouncement of the appoint-
ments was made by Harold G.
Jaffer, chairman of the JEBB
board.
Kaufman, a native of Cleve-
land, is manager of the Miami
office of Haskins & Sells ac-
counting firm. He was grad-
uated from the University of
Miami in 1968 with a degree in
accounting and joined Haskins
& Sells the same year as a staff
accountant. He was named man-
ager of the office in 1973.
Sister Margaret McManus has
been administrator of the 292-
bed St. Francis Hospital in Mi-
ami Beach for the past three
years.

Mrs. Sol Center (right) oj Miami guides Chicago dele-
gates Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers through the Miami-
hosted reception at Vizcaya.
Dr. Aryeh Nesher (center) of Haifa University was at
Vizcaya with Bernard Sterling of Metropolitan New Jer-
sey. Hostess was Mrs. Herbert Praver (left) of Key Bis-
cayne.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation executive vice presi-
dent Myron J. Brodie (right) greets Kansas City dele-
gates Mr. and Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg (left) at the GMJF-
hosted reception for General Assembly delegates at Viz-
caya.
From left: Rabbi and Mrs. Dow Rozencwalg, Dr. and Mrs.
Manolo Reyes, Dr. and Mrs. Pablo Tachmes (president),
Mrs. Bertha Puncik (president of the Women's Commit-
tee) and Mrs. Esther Smolar (secretary), were at the
Brick Luncheon held in October at the Doral Beach Hotel
which was given by the Women's Committee of the Cu-
ban Congregation to raise funds for the new temple and
social hall.
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*Jenist> ihrkUan
Friday, November 28, 197S
Florida State Association
Of B'nai B'rith Lodges
Plans St. Pete Meeting
LEGAL MOTrCI
LEGAL W>T!CE
-^ -
LEGAL NOTICE
e Teitelbaum. M.D.. state
president, has announced that
the executive committee of th
Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges will meet in
all-day session Sunday, Dec. 7.
at Sun Coast Village in St.
Petersburg.
The semiannual meeting will
discuss the recent United Na-
tions resolution condemning
Zionism as a form of racism,
projects for 1976-77, plans for
next vear's state convention in
Miami Beach and the renova-
tion program for the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at the
University of Florida, Gaines-
ville.
State convention chairman
Jay Markowitz of Tampa, presi-
dent ofjhe B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of West Coast Lodges host-
ing the executive committee
meeting, will unveil plans for
the conclave to be held April
30-May 2.
The executive committee,
which conducts the business of
B'nai B'rith in Florida, will hear
reports from committee chair-
men and B'nai b'rith profession-
al staff on their activities since
the group convened in Miami
Beach on Aug. 10.
Members of the state B'nai
B'rith executive committee in-
clude state line officers, lodge
Tridents. tate committee
chairmen, representatives from
the South Florida, Broward-
Palm Beach, North and West
Florida councils, national and
district officers residing in Flor-
ida and representatives of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
(BBYO).
Folksinger Bina Landau
To Sing at IHF Luncheon
Bina Landau
Eina Landau, a soprano who
specializes in Jewish and Israeli
folk music, will be the featured
entertainer at the annual Foun-
ders' Day Luncheon of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation of
South Florida at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel,
Sunday, Dec.
7.
L u n cheon
cha i r m a n
Judge Herb-
ert S. Shapi-
ro, who re-
cently partici-
pated in the
Histadrut Sol-
idarity Con-
ference in Is-
rael, said,
"Ms. Landau
is- one of those gifted perform-
ed who combines a good voice,
vitality andean electric person
ality capable of enrapturing an
audience."
Edith Broida Officiates
At Ladies of the Elks
Off icefs' Installation
The Ladies of the Elks, sud-
porting organization to the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter No. 1601
Elks Lodge, installed new offi-
cers and celebrated its 37th an-
niversary at a luncheon on Nov.
23.
Local attorney Edith Broida,
officiating as installation of-
ficer, presented the gavel to her
mother, Ann Horowitz, incom-
ing president. Two years ago
Mn. Horowitz, a 35-year- mem-
ber of the group and honorary
life member, originated a new
membership category of life
memberships open to all. She is
last year's 2nd vice president.
Her Husband. Moe Horowitz,
has been an Elk since 1919 and
was an early member of Elks
Lodge No. 1601.
Mrs. Broida also installed the
following officers: directors:
immediate past president and
life member Gussie Schwalb,
past president and life members
Deborah Meyer and Helene
Kantor, past presidents Daphne
Adelman and Linda Satin; 1st
vice president. Diana Affachi-
ner; 2nd vice president, Jean
Lew; secretary, past president
and life member Maxine For-
man; treasurer. Sally Curland;
chaplain. Gertrude Reinwald;
cwtodians. Mae Goldberg and
Fafe Weinstock.
Under the leadership of Gus-
sie Schwalb, whf> chaired the
event, the organization in the
past year set aside $7,000 for
the Crippled Children's Home at
Umetilla, Florida, the special
Lodge project.
Ms. Landau has traveled ex-
tensively throughout Israel and
the Americas, performing folk-
songs and operatic arias in con-
certs, on radio and in record-
ings.
The Founders' event will hon-
or those South Floridians who
made testamentary bequests to
the Histadrut Foundation during
1975.
3 New Chabad
Branches Open
Rabbi Abraham Korf, Chabad
Lubavitch regional director, has
announced the opening of three
new branches of Chabad in the
Greater Miami area
North Dade Chabad is open-
ing a center in the North Miami
Beach area, under the direction
of Rabbi Kasriel Brusowankin.
Programs will focus on youth
activities and the expansion of
Chabad Mitzvah campaigns.
Rabbi Brusowankin, who has
had extensive experience in
youth counselling, will be as-
sisted by his wife, Zipora.
The Chabad Campus Program
Center has been opened adja-
cent to the University of Miami,
and is coordinating Chabad
Campus programs on area cam-
puses. Rabbi David Eltezrie is
director of this South Dade Cen-
ter. Students at the University
of Miami, in coordination with
the center, are building a ten-
foot-tall Chanukah menorah, to
be placed in the student union
of the University of Miami,
where they will be sponsoring
a Chanukah festival.
Rabbi Sholom Blank is to be
director of Congregation Luba-
vitch South Beach Chabad on
Collins Ave. Rabbi Blank, a
member of the local Chabad
House staff for the past two
years, will direct Chabad Rus-
sian Immigrant assistance pro-
grams, 50-percent kosher rebate
and home koshering, mezzuzah
and fefillin campaigns. He hopes
to develop the membership of
the Lubavitcher Congregation
and expand its adult education
programs.
Chanukah in Hallandale
The Hallandale Jewish Cen-
ter Congregation Beth Tefila
will celebrate Chanukah on Sun.
day at 7:30 p.m. The program
in the sanctuary will include a
message by the spiritual lead-
er, Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz,
the traditional lighting of the
Chanukah candles by Cantor
Danziger, musical selections by
the Choir, and community sing-
ing.
,n the circuit court of thb
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
general jurisdiction division
NO. 75-32345
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
*R1! EXE SAVINGS" ASSO IIATION,
Plaintiff,
VS.
MARVIN W. OWENS BRA
11\\ ENS, bis a Ife, .'
unkm am. If II vine;; unknown spouses,
a, a nil if dead, then un-
n spouses, If remarried: all un-
km \vn heir- devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees.,
or otherwise laiming by. through.
under or against the Skid Marvin W.
Owens a>"! Debra Owens his wife, and
against all other persons having or
claiming to have any right, title or
Interest in or :< me property herein
described,
Defendants.
TO: Marvin W. Owens and Debra
Owens, his wife, residence
unknown. If living: unknown
spouses, if remarried, and if
dead, then unknown spouses. If
remarried: all unknown heirs,
devisee*, grantees, astjigncIS,
lienors, creditors, trustees, or
otherwise claiming by. through,
under or against the said Marvin
W. Owen* and llel.ra Owens,
his wife, and against all other
persons having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest,
in or to the property herein de-
scribed
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit to foreclose mortgage
against real and pi rsonal property ha>
been filed against you in the above
i'i urt by the Plaintiff.
The property sought to be foreclos-
ed is as follows:
Lot 1. Block 52. SOl'TH MIAMI
HEIGHTS. ADDITION "X", ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 8!>. page 33.
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
Yof ARE REgl'IRED to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing on Plaintiffs Attorney. MAL-
iMI.JI H. FRIEDMAN. M-0 Douglas
Road. Coral Gables. Florida 33134. and
file the original in the office of the
Clerk of the above Court, on or be-
fore the 12th day of December l!-7.\
in default of which the complaint will
be taken as confessed against you foi
the relief requested In Plaintiff's com-
plaint and pleadings
DATED this "tli day of November.
:s75.
(COURT SEAL)
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
11/7-14-21-2J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFT HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-349.5
GENERAL JUR SDiCTION DIVISION
ACTION FCR DISSOLUTION
CF V/.RRIAGE
OF;
I rt L. T" 'KAR Petii oner,
SAM RA 'KAR Reepi ndent.
r(l. gand J Tokar
4i: v. j street
Mai "' >'' >' "'"*"
YOV IRE HEREBT NOTIFIED
n,;,. lion foi Dissolution of Mar-
. hai beei filed agalnsl you and
you an requin d erve a eoi > i I
your in'' n d< nsi -. if any. to R
1 AVI : SToNE. ESQL'IRE. at-
tornej foi Petitioner, whose address
01 N \v I! Avenue, Miami, Florida
33138, (I0W SS4-456f and file the orig-
inal will, ol the above styled
court on oj befori L lember 12th,
]::,. otl i default win be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
nial.del! In 'tie complaint or petition.
This notlci shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.OIUD1AN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Florida on this
:- (Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARJ ) BRINKER,
,-v- i C "it Court
Dad' County. Florid..
By MARION NEWMAN
a- Deput) Clerk
David E. Stone. Es,,uire
Sti ne, Si bin Ac Koss, P.A.
101 N W It Avi nue
Miami, PL U (UsVeU
Attorney f< r Petitioner
11 7-14-:i-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LIDI DENTAL LABORATORIES at
Suite 314. MS UnCOln Rd., Miami
Beach, Fla. 33139 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
DUSKO FIUPOVSK1
MURRAY Z KLEIN
Attorney foi Applicant
son Weybold Pldg Miami. Fla. 33132
U/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DATE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-7119
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH ERENFRUCHT
de, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors a' d All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you nnv have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH ERENFRI'CHT de-
ceased late of Dude County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the .same in duplicate and as
provided in Suction 7II>M. Florida
Statutes, in their otfices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of November, A.D. 1975.
ZEV W KOGAN
SAM SCHULLER
JESSIE ERENPRUCHT
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 2l8t day of November. 1976.
Caidin, Kothenberg Kogan Kornblum
by: Zev W. Kogan
Attorneys for Executors
430 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla
11/21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ro engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHOOTING ACCESSORIES. INC at
1571 N.W. 97 Terrace. Coral Springs,
Florida 330C5 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
PRECISION SHOOTING
ACCESSORIES. INC.
By: Lawrence 8. Katz. President
Swlckle, Katz & Brotman
Attorneys for Petitioner
One Lincoln Road Building, Ste 219
Miami Beach. F). 33139
11/7-14-21-2*
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-36421
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tin Marriage of
DEBRA i" .
SILFRED"' PEREZ,
and
TOA CHIRIB<;.\
To: TOA CHIRIBOGA
i at I addri unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an ... : :' l Hi solul Ion ol Mar-
rial) been Hied against you and
you ar required t< serve a copy of
your written deft I an;
Norn Clment, attorney for 1'eti-
tlvnei whosi rest li ISO Arthur
Miami Beach, Florida
33140, and : ~ th. i -iginal with the
clerk ol the abov< styled court on or
before 26th 1 ember, n-T": otherwise
B default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In th. com-
plain! or i
This m i be published once
each week for fom goneeeutWi
in Till: JEWISH KM iRIDIAN.
witness my hand and H
i : I Miami Finn.!., on
nth day of N< verober, itr.
RTCHAJ D P l-RINKER,
As I' .' Circuit Court
Dadi Ci tinty, Florida
1; MARION NEWMAN
A.- Deputy Clerk
i | Court .-'
Normal Clmi nt, Esquire
Road
Miami Pia. >:. Florida SSlla
Atti rne} t i !'.;.ii. nag
..--> 12 6-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-6231
.OSEPH NESBITT
\ CORDOTA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Ml Pel sons Hav-
DemaMdl Against Said
....
.,, by i ntlfled and requlr-
i '.,in- aod d. mands
gainst the es-
, M ,ll.\ El ENA CORDOVA
. f Dade County. Flor-
. circuit Jfjdgaa of Dade
.1 file the same in duplicate
, |ded i" Section 733. U,
F Statutes, in their offices In
mty O urthouse in Dad.- cOUn-
wthin four calendar
,, tht from the time of the first
publi itlon hereof, or the snme will
be barred
Fii.. Miami, Florida, this 17th
\. i ml" i. \ D IWI
GVILLERMOSOSTCHIN
Af Administrator
First publication of this notice on
l\ day of November. 1975.
ti kj. Bag
tttOl Till Estate of
'ordova
I Leon Blvd.:
Suite Ci ral Gables, Fla. 33134
11/21-jt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N( Tl i' is HEREBT tilVKN that
mod, desiring to engage
i. under the fictitiou- name
RAI LV REAL .1' -'- W.
124 Street, Miami. Fla., 8M intends
tid i ami with ih' derk
ult i 'oui't of Dade Qounty,
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of MERIT DETERGENT PRODUCTS
at 4IUI N W 1 Avenue, Miami, Fla
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
E. AVRACK
11/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCL'i i wUURT OF THE
11TH JUDTCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.I 75-3530J
IN RE Karria'C or
HAVMIi.Mi A.XZALoNE,
L.i:-ii|i:*r,
BHARI 'V A^ZAI/'NE,
Reap- mjent
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: SHARON C. ANZALONE
H54L' 114)th Street
Richmond Hill. New York 11418
TOU ARE HEREBY notified that
an Action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and yog
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to it on
MARVIN & SHEPPAHD, Attorneys
for RAYMOND ANZALONE, Petition-
er, whose aiidrei-s Is SI60, S.W 87th
Avenue. Suite 103, Mlamt. Florida
33176, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on or
before the 12th day of December.
197".; otherwise a Default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complain.
This notice shall be published once
a week for (4) consecutive weeks ia
the Jewish Floridian.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court at Miami. Dade County
Florida, thM 6th day of November!
I37f>.
RICHARD BRINKER.
CLERK of the Circuit Court
By: L BARNARD
.__ Deputy Chirk
HEREERT Z MARVIN, for th. firm
of MARVIN ft SHEPRARD
Attorneys for Petitioner
8150 S.W lr7th Avenue. Suite 103
Miami. Florida 33176
Phone: 276-0710
(COITRT PEAL)
_________________11/7-14-21-38
____MwTiCl UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-.T.CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiuraa.
in business under the fictitious n,,,rL
Of MIAMI MAGAZINE at & SW
33 Avenue, Miami. Fla., 33146 intends
o MM. said name with the Clerk
Ftorii "" Court t**' Cou"'y
MIAMI MAGAZINE. INC
..._ A F1"- Corp.
SM Tli. MANDtER. SMITH
PARKER A WERNER. ATTYS
Attorneys for Applicant
l-JI IJ'R-11
'
A LI COUP
11 11-21 12/5-U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH|
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISJON
PROBATE NO. 75-5834
li RE
FERREIRA
, ,'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ors and All Persons Hav-
or Demands Against Said
li
You herebj notified and i.iuir-
d :< i 11m ui.il demands
which -on may have ..gainst the e*j-
..:. JESSE FERREIRA, .!.-.. as-
liaml l lade i 'ounty, Fior-
Circalt Judges of Dade
Coui (lie Ho- same in duplicate
and i.i provided m Section 733.16,
.~'..llltes. hi their offices in
ihi < i ui Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. I Within four calendar
months from the tune of the first
pul i i. hereof, or the same will
red \
M no. Florida, this 14th
da) N embei A.D 1978
AD1N 1-" BURTON
. Ann: : Mrator
lion of (dig notice on
ay of November. 1978
EMANl'EL LEVENSON, ESQ.
, ,- Adtn I-" Ru
; lagli: Bt
11 21-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY!
CENEPAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
N T"E CIRCUIT COURT OF "H E
ELEvENtH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C^VIL ACTON NO. 75.JSJS37
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAQB
\ Rl Man ------f
Jl'AN Cl'BRIA, Husbana

;
! t I'BRIA. Wife
Ml LA CrBRM
1 denci I ikno'wvj t .
v' IRE HEREBY Si >TIFIED
I r I >:ss,>lut^4t of Mar-
urairtsl yVu and
required to serve, rcopv ot-
' if any. t, It on.
DANIEL M. KEI1 attorney for Pe-
ft*hoS a.Mress is (12 Atnslny
Building, Miami, Florals 33132 and
file :),. oriL-inal with the clerk Of
th. sbovi styled court on.or before
Deci mber 2< II7; otherwise a-default
iH be entered aKainst you for the
relief .: manded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIA
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on this
nth day of November. 1975
RICHARD P BRINKER.
A Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C P. COPELA.ND
rw Ar ^Mty Cleric
K ut Court Seal)
I'ANIEL M. KRIL
61i Ainsley lluildlne
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
________________M/21-21 lt/1-H
C-'rCuIT Cr?.Ur!lV1TH JUDICIAL "~
re:srT,DADe COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO 75-34554
IN R2?5?jy PUBLICATION
v., ,-,.""- MARRIAOE OF'
' OLBTTB EVERETT
Pet.tioner-Wlfe '
vs
fFILLIE EVERETT,
R..|.i ndent-Husband
DENCE rxi!v;^'KKETT'
Ufled V NKN"^-N. are hereby no-
Ui" ^i? 'T before December VL.
plated ,hi, 3rd day f Novwrdw.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLHRK
By: N. A I1KWETT
DetMHa Clerk
-.-4 >.


ly, November 28, 1975
fJmlsti fhricfiair
Page 15-B
bicentennial Recalls Jewish Inventor of the Auto
I By PHILIP SLOMOVTTZ
Publisher, Detroit
Jewish News
jcentennial historical reviews
inevitnblv, include indus-
accomplishments and the
i'th of economic enterprises
country,
lior in such resumes will
recollections of Detroit's
>riences in the development
ie automobile industry-
the process, there will be
sad admission that Jews
|e been and remain minor
l)st insignificant in the
hing of the automobile in the
ted States and in its ad-
Cement as one of the major
iments for mankind's prog-
UE, there are Jews who
automobile distributors;
have been among *he
facturers of Darts for au*o-
But in the larger
, there have not be-*n and
are no Jewish magnates
anomalv is that a -Jew
th** inventor of the fir*t
ibile. But he wis IB
an Jew whose g-*~t 2;ft
n'ind merits recalling
t. however, it Ij nsc^ssa-v
e some evr^ntior to the
ng Jewish lin'-s in tha auto-
le industry in Detroit.
he succeeded. fU ,',*j
rd Ginsbu^g would hvn
I among th > hist'*"'- !*
Hi* s in a-to "aVina;. H-
Hfn^tiirar] ^ smi|] truck 1*1
^fca-lv nart of this c***lWT
HLi not ha'v t^e ~,eiv.<
H on ami the undsrta inc

DWAR11 RMTT w= *-.
of Hudson Motor Co But
s had not beeun on the bench
. Henry ForJ ckl. -i"' his ro'
arriinlv in the comme*--
"L^s'-ibuM'-" r*oks from
rhich he rose to the Hudson
Hfency.
larly, the late Meyer L.
who was treasurer of
1 Motors, had risen from
ountancv and bookkeep-
ks.
Bats, Fortune Magazine, near-
! IS -years ago. in a studv of
B auto situation, in an article
m "Life in Bloomfield
stated: "Of the 100-od^
svice oresidents and
who are now at the top.
a Jew"
>USLY, BLOOMFIELD
lich then *-iect=d Jw-
iential aoolicants now
jing as a major Jewish
B to Defoit. and last
*West BloomfMd school
~ljHoh/ Dv *-vices of ths
BlLnbav'trh. But the facto
rig Jewish too auto ever-
smain as portrayed in
Fortune Magazine.
fai-: There have been Jew*
th# eti9inef*rin^ departments
ffaior automotive manu-
sef'lliw "lants. On "erv
pfcent nh"sici m Dr la'-)'''
lda*m. rns<> to the r.an'" of a
I'd Motor Co. 'ice or^-'id^nt
s^ti in the "mineering de-
Nits >'"" ha"e been few
jslative terms.
A*"*rtg t*< K?h -an'"'n?
}<,. -V jvr<;r(r>ilitj luto industry who received dua
BOWfcition f'>- -"'-it ^,* I
t -*- t i i'i '\cri >' poar w31
"^o Sa"""'l "* ''-i- -"-
DV^tom-bo-n MTT a-il'iiM
HP nr-a- )D
Hjf en-: of ths
^By Coro.
HSjlfr'.' Jewish n.'W-
^K p pi* who h
Br Co. ""''"v* we**4.* v^rv
Hknrv Ford Sr. even
ft .ami-^^it-c a -
Mb*, as thev testified
lad th**m exceedingly
well. But Jews have been few
on the auto making benches
and even fewer in the assembly
lines.
These are the truths in spite
of the Jewish inventor of the
first automobile. Siegfried Mar-
cus.
R""*i in Mecklenburg. Ger
many in 1831. Siegfred worked
as a mechanic for Siemens and
Halsfre in Berlin until he mov-
ei to Vi-rjna in 185?. His inven-
tions included a mechanism for
the discharge of deep-sea mines
bv electricity, the thermos
flask, telegraoh relays and
scores of other articles.
HIS FIRST benzine-driven
car was patented in 1864. His
second and improved car was
completed in 1875, when he
drove it on Vienna's streets.
His auto patents were regis-
tered in Germany and the town
council of Mecklenburg honor-
ed the inventor by affixing a
tablet to the house in which he
was born.
His first automobile was in
the possession of the Vienna
Automobile Club, but there is
no way of knowing what has
happened to it since the ad-
vent of Nazism.
Some of the available records
state that his 1875 automobile
was preserved in the Vienna
Industrial Museum.
WHEN THE firm of Siemens
and Halske engaged in estab-
lishing the first telegraphic
communication between Berlin
and Magdeburg in 1848, Marcus
contributed a number of im-
provements to the development
of the telegraph.
In 1860, he set up his own
laboratory in Vienna. His cre-
ativeness had led him to the
development and patenting of
an electric lamp in 1877. He
perfected a loud speaker micro-
phone.
It is believed that had he
been less versatile, and had he
concentrated on the automo-
bile, rather than spreading out
his wings as an inventor in
many directions, his name
would have gone down in his-
tory a6 the greatest perfector
of the automobile.
He is known to have had 38
patents in Austria alone and 76
in a dozen other countries. The
Rabbi Kahane Denies f/e's
A Threat to Hispanics
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK f JTA) Rab-
bi Meir Kahane, the founder
anJ head of the Jewish Defense
I -ague, vigorous ly denied here
that the presence of t':e JDL
r-r>d H^self in Borough Park
has increased tensions in that
Brooklyn area between the
largely Orthodox Jewish popula-
tion and Hispanic residents. He
said that tensions have long
existed in the area and that the
JDL entered Borough Park in
response to pleas from Jews be-
cause of what he claimed was
a high rate of crime against
Jews in that area.
Kahane made his remarks at
a ores* conference in the wake
of a charge by New York City
Human Rights Commissioner
Eleanor Holmes Norton that by
leading 300 persons in a dem-
onstration through Borough
Park's Hispanic area. Nov. 9,
the JDL leader "incited inter-
ethnic tensions."
FOLLOWING Kahane's dem-i
onstration two synagogues, the
homes of two Hasidic rabbis and
a Jewish school were firebomb-
Ms. Norton made her cha-ge,
in a letter to Federal Judge
Jack B. Weinstein. who had sen- {
fenced Kahane to serve a vear
in prison at a Manhattan fed-
eral detention center. She said
that Kahane abused the privi-
leges Weinst in gave h>m in al-
lowing him to leave d*tantion
center three tim^s a day for
meals and prayers.
Last week Weinsfin ordr that Kahane h; aceo^-narv >d bv
deputy federal marshals during
his trips outside.
The JDL batter said todav;
Jut Ms. Norton should he nM
that human -ig'us inchi !es f'-*
th igv,t to live in ne'cs which
h< sal 1 is a"<*n more Hno-tant'
tua;i the right to go to school.
KAHANE -^ I ',,,* f i.....
OK .7 -i; '~ "IS
-" for
an T" "' 11 th
p ,..aa vi-s a* y--i-,i-.
l'm's Bav P
v.,. i.
population rrimto v"
these peopii' aaal protect the-ao-i
For this reason. Kahane said,
every Jew should purchase a
legal rifle or shotgun. He also
urged Jewish activists to join a
civilian crime patrol that is be-
ing organized iji Borough Park.
When it was noted that in ad-
dition to Ms. Norton, some Jew-
ish leaders and residents of the
area had accused him of incit-
ing tensions, Kahane said he
went to Borough Park after
numerous requests from resi-
dents for protection.
When the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency asked whether in view
of his "Democracy in Jewish
Life" movement electing
Jewish leaders he should
have polled the Jewish residents
to find out if they wanted the
JDL's help, Kahane said that
before the election would be
held in that area "the Messiah
would come."
La
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memorial chapels
Mfl Ptxt< 1UIJ w. o.t Mwy.
HtlllWHd, fU. North Viam.. Fl.
n-raw ** j'5
tiny Levitt. F.O. Albert Larion, r.O.
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Simni the JraiM Community since 1911
0*!M0D0
CONSVATtV
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CinjnufiGotB.nl 194i Ike Cordon
H*r, Goidon (1964) James B Cordon
I T!*B*!.''t. 858 55SS____
Austrian Academy of Sciences
awarded him a gold medal
A PRIZE of 2,500 gulden,
awarded Marcus for the inven-
tion of the thermos pillar by
the Imperial and Royal Acad-
emy of Sciences, and the pur-
chase of the telegraph relay by
the Austrian postal autohorities,
indicate that the eminent Jew-
ish inventor of the last century
was well pro\ided for.
However, he was not com-
pensated for many of his other
inventions, including the elec-
tric lamp.
His mechanical shop was a
sanctuary. The biography of
Marcus, written by Kurzel-
Runtscheiner, enumerates his ac-
tivities and lists the many in-
ventions of the Jewish mechan-
ical genius.
Siegfried Marcus, as the in-
ventor of the automobile, suc-
ceeded numerous others who
had attempted to introduce the
motor vehicle to the world.
JEAN LENOIR made a gas
motor vehicle in 1860 and took
a trip in it two years later.
However, the gas had to be car-
ried in a separate container.
Marcus, on the other hand,
solved the major automobile
problems by using gasoline as
fuel, by producing the mixture
of gasoline vapor and air with-
in the motor, and by introduc-
ing electro-magnetic ignition.
He called the mixture of gas-
oline and air "carbureted air,"
and his first machine, which he
made in lfl64, became the fore-
runner of our modern auto-
mobile. The patent for his elec-
tro-magnetic ignitor was award-
ed to Marcus on June 21, 1864
The "first Marcuscar" is the
name by which this first vehi-
cle was referred to. It was an
expensive experiment because
gasoline had to be imported
from German pharma^es at a
high price.
WE ARE told that tne first
Marcus automobile succeeded
in completing a trial run of 200
meters.
The second Marcuscar was
greatly advanced, succeeding in
vaporizing gasoline by rotating
atomizer*, and traveling long
distance*.
It covered 12 kilometers, and
made several sensational trips
which attracted attention. How-
ever, the police finally prohib-
ited its tours becausj its !ron
wheels made a loud racket.
Three copies of the 1875
Marcuscar model were built
one in Marcus' shop and the
other two in Blansko. Czechos-
lovakia, in the iron factories of
Prince Salm. The latter careful-
ly followed Marcus sketches.
IN A sense, Marcus was
shortsighted in his outlook for
the future. When he was asked
to go to Blansko to perfect his
invention, he refused, being to-
tally satisfied that he had solv-
ed the technical problems of
the automobile
The Austrian Automobil
Club bought the Blansko-mada
automoule and gave it a place
of honor in the Vienna Tech-
nological Museum.
Two German inventors, Daim-
ler and Benz, in tater years
perfected automobiles. But it is
generally conceded that the
Marcus car was superior to
theirs, and it is not known
whether the Germans were in-
fluenced by the Jewish auto-
mobile creator.
In any event, it was Marcus
who first solved the problem of
internal combustion engine on
the principle of two and four
cycles.
A statue in honor of Sieg-
fried Marcus, who died in 1893,
was erected in front of the
Technological University in
Vienna.
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Page 16-B
+Jewisti fhrk/ian
Friday, November 28, 1975
Scourge of Robbery, Violence Ensnares Israelis
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Two incidents that occurred
this month reminded Israelis
that Jewish violence can be
just as destructive as vio-
lence by Arab terrorists. In
one incident, an explosive
charge went off in front of
the apartment of a workers
committee chairman in Ha-
dera; in the other, a charge
exploded at the door of Knes-
set member Eitan Livni's
apartment.
In the first case, six chil-
dren were slightly injured;
in the second, no one was
hurt.
VIOLENCE as such is not
new to Israel. The times
when a Jewish thief was un-
heard of in the streets of
Tel Aviv have long gone.
During the past half year
there were several cases of
protection-extortion rackets.
One of them. In Netanya,
ended with the killing of five
persons in a discotheque. A
newspaper expose several years
ago charged that an American-
sgle "Mafia" was pent,n m
STd Aviv. Haifa nd Edat.
Former Attorney-General, Meir
Shamgar, ****&** th2?
charges but concluded there
A Happy Chanuka To All
SID MARGOUS and
DAN SIMKIN
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FIGHT INFLATION
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SHOP
Expert Painting & Body
Repairs
1495 N.W. 54th St., Miami
836-7759
was no evidence to support this
contention.
But nobody doubts the exist-
ence of underworld networks
involved in "classical" criminal
activities such as drug smug-
gling and distribution. The re-
cent incidents differed from
past violence in the use of ex-
plosives against targets in the
political sphere or in the
delicate arena of labor relations.
IN THE case of the explosion
at Livni's home, police reported-
ly suspect a professional job to
speed up payments of debts by
the Herut movement to un-
known creditors. In the case of
the explosives in Hadera, the
crime was committed in the
wake of a two-week strike at
the "Alliance" tire factory
which was partly broken by
scabs.
The difficult question is what
significance these events have:
Are they just random or do they
reflect a rise in "sophisticated"
violence? Statistics give no an-
swer.
Tel Aviv, which is certainly
Israel's crime capital, witnessed
a drop of 2.2 percent ia the
crime rate during the first six
months of this year. However,
in the last three months there
has been a rise, which may
seem marginal compared to New
York but is alarming in Tel
Aviv.
FOUR CASES of robbery
were reported in the greater Tel
Aviv area in August, five in
September, and eight in Octo-
ber. Attempted robberies were
committed 12 times during the
first 10 months of this year.
three in October alone. Thir-
teen purses were snatched dur-
ing September; in October the
number rose to 23. The num-
ber of reported burglaries rose
from 810 in September to 910 in
October.
Unlike in the U.S., guns are
not sold freely in Israel. One
must obtain a license, a bureau-
cratic procedure which can last
several weeks. But the Interior
Ministry, which is in charge of
gun licensing, relaxed its reg-
ulations since the tragic terror-
ist raids of last year. Self-defen-
se is a good reason for obtain-
ing a gun because as far as the
terrorists are concerned all of
Israel is a front.
IT HAS become more difficult
to prevent guns from falling
into the wrong hands. However,
the main sources of. criminal
arms are the army's arsenals.
Some soldiers steal and sell
guns, ammunition and explo-
sives. In other cases, army
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CJF Elects New Prexy, Passes Major Resolutions
Wide-ranging solidarity and
support for the maligned and
Se Weed and the need for
Iev streamlined structures for
Jewish organizational life on the
eve of America's third century.
featured major issues, resolu-
tions and actions taken at the
44th General Assembly which,
meeting in Miami, has elected
jerold C. Hoffberger of Balti-
more as its new president.
Capping the five-day agenda
and over 100 plenary sessions,
forums and workshops of the
General Assembly devoted to
meeting the full range of hu-
man needs facing the North
American Jewish community at
home, overseas and in Israel.
the delegates adopted 15 resolu-
Itions addressed to:
U.S aid to Israel;
The need for stepped up
campaigning;
The UN resolution on Zion-
ism, on Arab terrorism and the
Arab boycott;
Aid to Soviet and Syrian
Jewry;
On the human aspects of
the economic crisis in this coun-
try and New York's particular
plight;
The need for more inten-
sive Jewish education;
Additional services for the
aged;
Tax legislation on philan-
thropy;
The growing role of wom-
en in leadership;
Support of the U.S. Bicen- >
tennial.
THE THREE principal speak-
ers at the General Assembly |
Jerold C. Hoffberger, new presi-.
dent, Raymond Epstein, the out-
going president, and Dr. Abram
L. Sachar. main speaker at the
banquetall agreed that as the
United States moves into and
beyond its Bicentennial, the
Jewish community has achieved
a maturitv and a broadened
responsibility which makes re-
view, redirection, and coordina-
tion imperative for the advance-
ment of its social welfare and
educational commitment.
Epstein called for a 'stream-
lining" of present organization-
al structure "with a new and
ed level of responsible
involvement and accountab-
J in Hoffberger pledged
himsell to a presidency of
. vitality, and greater
hi. Dr. Sachar, speak-
in,' from the point of view of
an historian, said that American
Jewry lias come of age and the
American melting not dream of
the past century has been re-
plac d by a symphonic concept
in which Jews as a group proud
of then tradition as both Amer-
icans and as Jews feel free "to
develop our uniqueness and the
singularity of our special con-
tribution."
MEETING LESS than two
after UN passage of the
resolution that seeks to equate
Zionism with racism, during
which period a Syrian raid on
the Golan Heights killed three
innoctnt Jewish victims, the
Jewish Federations and Welfare
funds meeting here adopted a
resolution urging the U.S. Gov-
ernment to "fulfill the commit-
ments undertaken in the course
of negotiating an agreement
Wth Egypt to provide Israel
nth $2.3 billion for economic
and military aid."
aker after speaker addres-
! the largest General As-
in CJF history3,000
from over 200 North
in Jewish communities
made the point that Amer-
lid to Israel is necessary
the American defense posture
'" the Middle East.
While examining the needs
acing American Jewish com-
munities and philanthropic '
structures both in the U.S. and,
abroad, the delegates heard i
r rank R. Lautenberg, general
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, urge that $600 million
e raised in 1976 by community
federations and Welfare Funds
">r aid to Israel.

MAKING an unscheduled ad-
dress to the delegates on Fri-
day (Nov. 21), Israel Ambassa-
dor Simcha Dinitz said that the
most important problem facing
world Jewry, in view of the
recent developments at the UN,
is to demonstrate "solidarity"
between the Jews of America
and the Jews of Israel. He ex-
pressed the hope that during
the coming year at least one
million American Jews from
every part of the United States
will visit Israel.
"This positive action," he
said, "will carry a message of
hope and strength to Israel, as
well as being of great signifi-
cance to the American visitors.
Just as we will be fortified by
you, you will be fortified by us.
We will be a stronger Israel and
you will be better Jews."
RECOGNIZING "the grievous
problems facing the people of
New York City" and the "severe
cutbacks the Jewish agencies
face in their extensive services
to the city's Jewish and general
population," the delegates
passed a resolution declaring
that it is "essential that respon-
sible federal legislation be
passed immediately to prevent
the financial default of New
York City."
Delegates and their constit-
uents were urged to contact
their Senators and Representa-
tives in Congress "to support
federal assistance such as is
embodied in resolutions cur-
rently before the House of Rep-
resentatives and the Senate
(HR 10481 and S 2615).
A related resolution by the
delegates called upon Presi-
dent Ford and Congress not to
place the burden for combating
inflation and recession on the
poorest and most victimized
members of the population,
pointing out both a 10 percent
reduction in the purchasing
power of the dollar and that the
Federal budget for the U.S. calls
for 45 percent reduction in pub-
lic assistance, Medicaid and
service in fiscal 1976.
It recommended that the gov-
ernment sponsor a five-point
program:
"To carrv out the intent of
the full Employment Act, en-
acted in 1946;
"To extend Federal Unem-
ployment Insurance beyond the
present limitation;
"To develop legislation for
the Federal government to as-
sume fotal responsibility for in-
come maintenance programs
which will make possible decent
living standards;
"To expand the current
Food Stamp program not only
to those on cash assistance but
to the working poor as well.
"To enact a national health
insurance program."
REPORTING that Jewish Fed-
eration allocations to Jewish
education have increased by
"175 percent since 1976," the
delegates adopted a resolution
stating that the "quality and
effectiveness of Jewish educa-
tion is of the highest urgency
for Jewish communal life."
The resolution stated that
"Jewish schools are central to
the development of an informed
and committed Jewish commu-
nity" and that "there is grow-
ing reason that effective Jew-
ish education take place in
manv settings."
Three noted scholars of the
five-day Assembly discussed
"Zionism: The Attack in the
United Nations and the Future
of the Jewish People."
The participants were M\
Emil Fackenheim, professor of
Philosophy at the University of
Toronto; Dr. Yehuda Bauer,
professor of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem; and Rabbi
Irving Greenberg, director of
the National Jewish Conference
Center, who served as G.A.
scholar-in-residence and headed
the convention's Shabbatom
program for delegates.
They discussed varying as-
pects and results in the short
period since passage of the
United Nations resolution.
THREE RELATED resolutions
on Zionism, terrorism and the
Arab boycott were also adopted.
The UN resolution equating
Zionism with racism was called
"a resurgence of virulent anti-
Semitism." Zionism was called
"the National Liberation Move-
ment of the Jewish people," and
the delegates decaring them-
selves as "prbud to identify
ourselves with the people of Is-
rael and to reaffirm our sup-
port for the Jewish religious
and cultural heritage that they
enshrine in nationhood."
Stating that the Jewish com-
munities of North America "do
not oppose Arab investments in
our countries," the resolution
on the Arab boycott declared
that "we will expose and combat
any use of such investments
that violate, that threaten basic
American democratic princi-
ples."
TERRORISM was bitterly
condemned and a resolution
called for "an international
compact of government to out-
law kidnapping, highjacking,
bombing, seizing hostages, as-
sassination, massacre, and other
barbaric practices which have
become frequent devices for
seeking political ends."
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Friday., November 28. 197<
Miami City, Comity
Pass Resolutions
Against UNations
In an unprecedented move.
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre
has signed a resolution here
"condemning those member aa-
tiuns of the United Nations
General Assembly" who voted
for the resolution of the United
Natiens equating Zionism with
racism.
In pert, the resolution noted
that "Whereas, said resolution
is contrary to the intent and
purpose for which the tJnited
Natrons -was created, and where-
as saifl resolution is contrary
to fhe recognition afforded the
State of Israel by the United
Nations," the citizens of the
City of Miami "are appalled by
the vote declaring that Zion-
ism is a form of racism and
racial discrimination'."
tEKRE'S SIGNATURE, affix-
ed to fhe resolution passed by
t^e Miami City Commission, at-
tests that "by the adoption of
tms resohition. the commission
and the citizens of the City of
Miami deplore this most con-
temptible, inhumane and im-
moral action of those member
nations voting in the majority
f- r the resolution and the
citizens of the City of Miami
commend their government and
in icpresentatr.es in the Unit-
ed Nations for their forthright
stand in this struggle."
The Mayors resolution de-
plores "the action of the United
Nations General Assembly."
A second resolution, passed
by the Dade County Board of
County Commissioners, charges
that the United Nations action
"is an open attack on the na-
tional movement of a people
to establisn a society based on
social justice and freedom for
all, irrespective of religious be-
lief, race or sex."
The Dade County resolution
describes it as "a direct affront

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DADE COUNTY "deplores
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The resohnioa calls upon "all
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ty to join with us in raising our
voices ia indignation over this
new campaign of hate."
In a separate statement by
what it characterizes as '"a
group of conoerned Christian
and Jewish clergymen." the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews issued a statement
here noting that "Zionism is
mere than a political phenom-
enon, ft is an expression of
Jewish religious beliefs and
hope, for its witnesses to the
most distinctive aspects of Jew-
ish faith."
SPECIFICALLY, the NCCJ
statement says, "it is a pro-
foundly spiritual expression of
Jewish identity to the Biblical
covenant which links a people,
a faith and a land in an in-
dissoluble religious unity. It is
that unity which is most char-
acteristic and distinctive of
Jewish spirituality."
The statement expresses "our
profound shock to the anti-
Zionist resolution which repre-
sents a defamation of the Zion-
ist philosophy and its adher-
ents, as well as a rejection of
tae basic rights of people to
self-expression and justice."
Sen. Gordon To Address
Brotherhood Breakfast
State Senator Jack D Gordon
will be guest speaker at the reg-
ular monthly breakfast of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Brotherhood
on Sunday morning at 10:30.
Harold B. Vinik. Brotherhood
president, announced that Sen.
Gordon will 9peak on "A Grow-
ing State In a Shrinking Eco-
nomy Hard Choices in Gov-
ernment Funding."
Aaron Farr is program chair-
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yidheim Given
Cool Reception
W Israeli Chiefs
IjERUSALEM (JTA) Secretary General Kurt
theinTflew i"10 Israel from Syria early this week- I
r with him what he called "concrete ideas" on the.
fcOF renewal issue.
|T|| indications were that Waldheira had secured
I s #S#tt to a mandate renewal conditional upon
spect of some further diplomatic progress in the
IbEFORE THE talks with the Secretary General be-
| government officials here expressed marked reser-
1ns about his apparent desire to broaden his mission
la more general exploration of negotiating prospects.
|As United Nations Secretary General, and as such
L by General Assembly resolutions, Waldheim is not
tiered by Israel a particularly useful go-between
tiS ome and was told so in no uncertain terms, in-
reaction to a message from President Assad that
Jx)F renewal would have to be predicated in Is-
Irecogninon of "Palestinian rights."
[Officials said the Premier and other government
:rs intended to keep the talks with Waldheim closely
jied to the mandate question.
Fhey would not favor extensive discussion of nego-
. prospects, whether what was envisaged was a
erring of Geneva or some less formal framework.
jE ISRAELI leaders, officials said, would reiter-
i Waldheim that Israel would have nothing to do
[the UN committee set up by a recent General As-
Ly resolution to oversee the implementation of Pal-
[ian rights, nor would Israel heed the Assembly
lution calling for the PLO to be invited to Geneva.
e PLO were invited, Israel would not attend, Wald-
\ was told in the clearest terms.
Israel radio reported that Waldheim returned to
later for another round of talks there.
Professor Silver Will Speak
it Tcchnion Meeting, Dec. 11
or Zvi Adler of Temple
^El will present a musical
at -a meeting of the
|Florida Region, Women's
American -Technion
on Thursday, Dec. 11,
N. at the Seville Hotel
He will be accompanied by
Samuel Fershko.
Professor Brian Silver of the
Technion in Haifa, will speak on
"The Youth in Israel Today."
Mrs. Milton Sifkin is presi-
dent of the Women's Division,
South Florida Region.
I Ben-Gurioit" Is Books Group Topic
|Great Jewish. B^oks Dis- P-m. Mrs. Estelle;- Gitlow will
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ay Dec 4, at the Miami on "David Ben-Gurion" by Avi
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Friday, November 28 4
Problem: How to Deal With Violence
Erupting on Golan Heights
By YIITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Is-
rael faces a serious dilemma
over how to respond to the
murder of three 19-yaar-old
yeshiva students all of them
soldiers and the wounding
of two others by Arab terrorists
who infiltrated the religious
movement settlement of Ramat
Magshimim on the Golan
Heights.
The terrorists entered Israel-
held territory and escaped
through the heavily-manned
Syrian lines on the Golan with
the obvious complicity of the
Syrian army and probably the
knowledge and endorsement by
Damascus of what an Israeli
spokesman described as a "kill-
and-run" mission.
ALTHOUGH tension is run-
ning high on the Golan, and
Israelis are infuriated over the
latest outrage, military retalia-
tion by Israeli forces is not feas-
ible at this time, circles here
acknowledged.
The government ha$ a speci-
fic request from the United
States to exercise maximum
restraint in face of Syrian pro-
vocation.
(State Department spokesman
Robert Funseth said in Wash-
ington that the U.S. is taking
"opposition to terrorist acts"
which "work against the calm
necessary for progress in search
of a settlement." However, Fun-
seth would not say at the time
whether the State Department
believed Syria was involved- and
would not comment on the pos-
Gershwin Lodge Meetings
Samuel J. Rubin, publicity
chairman, has announced meet-
ings on Dec. 1 and Dec. 15 of
George Gershwin Lodge of
Knights of Pythias. Both meet-
ings will be at 7:30 at the Surf-
side Community Center, and
chancellor commander Philip C.
(Toiler will preside.
siWe motivation of the mur-
ders.)
Brig. Gem Dov Sion, an army
spokesman, said that Israel
holds Syria fully responsible for
the murders which he termed
a violation of the letter and
spirit of the separation of forces
agreement and the specific
undertaking by President Hafez
Assad of Syria to U.S. Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger that
he would not permit terrorist
activity through Syrian lines.
THE VICTIMS were identified
as Nahum Fenigstein, Michael
Nadler and Benzion Leibowitz.
All were members of the Hes-
der Yeshiva program which
permits religious youth to serve
half of their required three
years of military service on ac-
tive duty and complete the bal-
ance while continuing their
religious studies. AH held the
rank of sergeant.
Fenigstein, the son of a Miz-
rachi Bank branch manager in
Jerusalem, and Nadler, who
came to Israel from the United
States five- years ago and was
the son of a lecturer on social
work at Bar Ilan University,
were buried in Jerusalem. Lei-
bowitz was buried in the Pone-
weeh cemetery in the religious
settlement of B'nai Braq.
The two wounded students
were reported in satisfactory
condition in hospitals. One of
them. Yehuda Cohen, was left
for dead by the terrorists. The
other, Shalom Mocha, of Jeru-
salem, was abducted by the
killers but managed to break
away and sustained slight
wounds from shots fired at him.
ACCORDING to security
sources, the five youths were
spending the night at Ramat
Magshimim, a Golan settlement
sponsored by the Orthodox
Bnei Akiva youth movement.
They were carrying bed-
clothes in one of the settlement
buildings when the terrorists
broke in and opened fire with
small arms and grenades.
A subsequent search by Is-
raeli military patrols aided by
helicopters failed to find the
killers, but footprints were
found leading- to and from the
Syrian lines.
Chief of Staff Gen. Mordechai
Gur told newsmen here that the
infiltration and murders would
not have been possible without
full knowledge and coordina-
tion between the Syrian army
and the terrorists.
ISRAELIS, meanwhile, pon-
dered whether it was in Israel's
interest to continue the UN
presence on the Golan Heights.
Sources nojed_ that the
troops were no hindrancttrl
rorist infiltrators but effel
ly prevented Israeli r2]
action.
Israelis were also queg
whether the tragedy vtj,
beginning of a new cam,
of terror on the Golan He!
aided and abetted by the I
army.
The killers were o
identified as El Fatah mew
The Popular Democratic F
for the Liberation of Pale
subsequently claimed credi
the murders in a statemen
sued at its Beirut headqua
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Friday, November 21, 1975
Inter-American Affairs Will Be
v!-;
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Subject of Rogers' Luncheon Talk
Miami Mayor Maurice A.
Ferre has announced that Wil-
liam D. Rogers, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Inter-American
Affairs, will speak on "The Fu-
ture of the Inter-American Sys-
tem" at a noon luncheon on Dec.
4 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The luncheon is a farewell
to the 132 participants in the
six-day U.S. Bicentennial Miami-
State of Florida Friendship
Flight, which leaves on Dec. 4
for Caracas and Bogota.
"This trip will have a major
and long-lasting impact." said
Mayor Ferre. "and to start it
off on the right foot, Mr. Rogers
is the anpropriate person to
address the participants.
"Undoubtedly, Mr. Rogers
has selected the right time and
place to talk about the subject
of inter-American affairs."
Mayor Ferre pointed out that
Colombia and Venezuela last
year sent over 100,000 visitors
to Miami.
Lester Freeman, director of
the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce, who joined in mak-
ing the announcement, said,
"Latin American tourism has to
be the future of the economy,
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'To All Their Friends
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and it is there where we have
to direct our efforts."
"The importance of this kind
of mission," added Mayor Ferre,
"is that it all will be done on
a person-to-person basis, which
is the only way to achieve real
and positive results."
Mayor Ferre stressed that the
trip is intended to further and
promote trade, commerce and
tourism.
ORT Conference Planned
Leslie Riesenberg, regional
publicity chairman, has an-
nounced that more than 300
members of Women's American
ORT, Southeastern Florida Re-
gion, will meet at the Konover
Hotel on Thursday, Dec. 4, for
ORT's annual Mid-Year Growth
Conference. Chairpersons of the
day are Joan Rafalove and Es-
ther Belfer.
The morning session will fea-
ture reports on the Overseas
Program, by president Cynthia
Kronish; on progress, bv Char-
lotte Horn; on ORT in the com-
munity, by Jean Rose; and on
chapter life, by Ruthe Naftal.
Dena Barash. Woodlands presi-
dent, and Hildreth Miller, Ocean
Harbors president, will report
on the 23rd Biennial Conven-
tion.
The post luncheon guest
speaker, Tziporah Weiner, will
discuss her recent trip to Israel.
Awards are to be presented to
chapters for membership, re-
enrollment. Honor Roll, bulletin,
visual aids and financial
achievement.
Hebrew Academy Women
Plan Chanukah Party
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Women will hold
their annual Chanukah party at
noon. Wednesday. Dec. 3, in the
Auditorium of the Merwirzer
Building. Miami Beach. Hebrew
Academy students will present
a Chanukah skit.
Hostesses include Mrs. Carl
Brandes, Mrs. Irving Gold-
hirsch. Mrs. Rachel Laufer
Katz, Mrs. Jack Pedis. Mrs.
Dora Zulver and Mrs. Samuel
Blau.
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talking about the premiere of Harry Hollywood Cadillac-
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isn't just a black and white premiere. It's full of color and
credits and all of them going to Harry Hollywood the
director of many fine performances. Harry Hollywood
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ot the NEWPORT HOTEL
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vr
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1349 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
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2750 DOUGLAS ROAD, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33133
Phone: 442-0234
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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:
Best wishes for a
Happy Chanuka
VICE MAYOR
Dr. Leonard Haber and Family
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T828 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. Phone 371-8418
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of
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631 71st STREET MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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"Only Miami Appearance"
ILANA VEREO
dazzling Israeli pianist
with the
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
James Conlon, Conductor

(.IMS conceit will take the place of the equally scheduled recital of January 25th)
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th 8:30 P.M.
"Premiere Miami Appearance"
SHLOMO MINTZ Jps
Israeli violinist, 17- ^/
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"Modern Jewish Thoeght"
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Mrs. Edith Jacobson, Hadas-
sah education chairman, will
conduct a nine-week seminar,
"Modern Jewish Thought: Tra-
dition and Renewal," beginning
Wednesday, Jan. 14. The semi-
nar, which will meet from 9:30
to noon on Wednesdays at Tem-
ple Israel, is sponsored by
Miami-Dade Community College.
Mrs. Jacobson"s plan is to
provide an introduction to Jew-
ish philosophers, including
Franz Roscnzweig, Martin Bu-
ber, Mordecai M. Kaplan, Abra-
ham Isaac Kuk and others, and
to relate their thinking to basic
approaches in the contemporary
Jewish community.
Mrs. Jacobson is a graduate
of the University of Miami and
an R.N. A participant in semi-
nars and workshops in Bible
and Hebrew-language study, she
is the author of a pamphlet on
the study of the Book of Genesis
and is completing a monograph
on Modern Jewish Thought.
JWV Commanders' Club
A meeting of the Comman-
ders' Club of Florida, Jewish
War Vetc.-ans of the U.S.A., will
be held on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
at the Miami Skyways Motel.
The agenda includes second
nominations and election of of-
ficers, and voting on by-laws
changes.
Michael Schechter, president,
says a complimentary breakfast
will be served.
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*'Jewistifkrktinn
Dr, Beber Named to AJC
Florida State Advisory Council
Dr. Charl?* R. Bebr has h-en
appointed chairman of the Flor-
] of
the American .r nit-
teo, it was by
i Win.ar, president of the
Cor:
In acceptin r ttii
Dr.
turbuleni \ n
and the world rim I itch
we fnce political and
challenges the A-
Jewish Committee throuah its
programs to preserve liberty
has always fought for the rights
of every ormressed minority as
well as Jews."
Dr. Beber. who will be re-
sponsible for coordinating Flor-
ida chapter activities and for
implementing committee obiec-
tives on a state level, is the
ppst president of the Greater
Miami Chapter, a member of
the National Board of Gover-
nors and National Executive
Council of the American Jew-
ish committee.
A graduate of Harvard Col-
logj and the University of
Nebraska College of Medicine,
Dr. Beber i-; assistant clinical
professor of medicine at the
Uni of Miami College of
'i!:. il director of
Douglas Gardens-Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital, chief of the
on Geriatric Medicine
i C -s of Lebanon Hospital,
physician in charge of the
Geriatric Clinic at Jackson
*'0..,,...;.! Hooiftn] --nd prfsi-
dent-elect of the Cedars of Le-
banon medical staff.
Beber served on the Gover-
nor's Coimcil on Aaing and is
a delegate to the White House
Conference on Aging.
Sky Lake Sisterhood Plans
Th" Sisterhood of Sky Lake
Svnasogue has nlanned a Chan-
ukah party for Sunday. Nov. 30.
at the Synagogue at 6:30 p.m.,
and a bazaar and auction for
Sunday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m.. also at the Synagogue.
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77th Awe.
Phone 592-3120
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
LIVE & LET LIVE REXALL DRUG STORE
3520 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY
COMPLETE SHEET MUSIC, RECORDS AND TAPES
1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 672-7575
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration public relations
chairman Arthur Horowitz
accepted awards at the
44th national General As-
sembly for outstanding
achievement in nine cate-
gories, including Year
Round Materials, Direct
Mail, TV Program, TV Spots
and Special Publication,
among others. National
public relations chairman
Nat Kameny, in making the
presentation, said, "The
judges are pleased to note
once again the continued
high standards followed
and set in the public rela-
tions field by our host com-
munity, the GMJF, in its
overall planning and per-
formance ." Greater Mi-
ami won the largest num-
ber of awards in public re-
lations.
IV >
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0. Kaufman, President
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lINCOLN ROAD at WEST AVENUE
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Phone 856-8008
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Dr. Lehrman Condemns Soviet Confiscation
Of Funds Earmarked for Russian Jews
A condemnation of the ae-
cently announced Soviet con-
fiscation of funds sent by Amer-
this week by Dr. Irving Lehr-
this week by Dr. rving Lehr-
man of Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Lehrman said, "It if
ironic that this latest infringe-
ment on the freedom of Russian
Jaws comes on the eve of Chan
ukah. a festival not only of
rededication and of lights but
of freedom. The Soviet decision
to take 90 percent of the foreign
funds sent to Russian Jews,
many of whom have lost their
jobs and entire source of in-
come following their requests to
move to Israel, is an outrage.
It is a denial of human rights,
and moves us to even more con-
cern for the nearly 3 million
Jews who remain in the USSR.
"The announcement from
Moscow and a renewal of cow-
ardly, terrorist attacks on Israel
followed within a few days the
infamous United Nations resolu-
tion equating Zionism, and
racism.
"As Jews and as Americans,"
Dr. Lehrman added, "we must
continue to challenge every act
of anti-Semitism, whether done
in the name of the UN, the So-
viet Union or of a neo-Nazi
party in Milwaukee.
Holiday Greet'mas
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121 15th St. 6 Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-1141
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RICHARD B. BERNDT
INSURANCE
7211 S.W. 58TN AVE.
PHONE 661-4213
We Are The Wall Covering
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"WALLTEX"
"IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
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"We are preud of the forth-
right staad of the American
Cangresa aad. Administration in
denouncing; the UN's obsence
act, and applaud the decision
not only to retain Ambassador
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, but to
support his outspoken criticism
of the proponents of the resolu-
tion," Dr. Lehrman concluded.
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Public Relations
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MIAMI BEACH
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>age 26-B
* Jew 1st Flcricfiairi
Friday, November 28, 175
Fi
k Israel Bond Sales Meetings
Are Under Way in US, Canada
A record number of 1.050 Is-
rael Bond sales meetings are
being held in the United
States and Canada during the
last six weeks of the year, it was
announced by Michael Arnon,
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, at an extraordinary
meeting of the national cam-
paign cabinet and community
chairmen in New York.
The meeting, held on Nation-
al Israel Bond Cash Day,
was addressed by Ambassador
Chaim Herzog, general chair-
man Sam Rothberg, Mr. Arnon
and national cash chairman
Sidney Cooperman, who dis-
cussed Israel's needs and the
progress of the Israel Bond cam-
paign.
Calling the world reaction to
the recent UN anti-Zionist reso-
lution a heartening demonstra-
tion of solidarity with Israel.
Ambassador Herzog declared
that the Jewish people have
been given an "historic op-
portunity" to express their feel-
ings by exerting extra special
effort on behalf of his country's
economic security through the
Israel Bond campaign.
Urging the fullest measure of
activity in the sale of Israel
Bonds, Rothberg observed that
American Jewry's response to
Israel's economic needs was be-
ing watched by members of
Congress now considering large-
scale military assistance to Is-
rael.
More than 120 members of
the national campaign cabinet
of the Israel Bond Organization
and community chairmen par-
ticipated in an all-day telephone
session at special cash head-
quarters provided by Jack D.
VV'eiler, national treasurer.
The national cash effort,
which began on Nov. 2, will cul-
menate on Sunday, Dec. 21, at
an International Dinner of Trib-
ute in New York to Mr. Roth-
I I I
%$
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NGS
BUDGET TO SILVER SERVICE
- OFFICE HALL BACK YARD
BUFFETS
BANQUETS
WEDDINGS
BAR NUTZVAHS
FORMAL DINNERS
PICNICS
OPEN HOUSE
t CAU MR. DON AID:
CATERING FOR OVER 15 YEARS
SAVE MONEY ft TIME
CALL US FIRST
DAYS'
621-9100
IS$7I N W. 27 AV.
- kQ)cnaid S 3!mdaboaie>wn(f
SERVING ALL DADE COUNTY
berg. Mrs. Golda Meir is sched-
uled to speak at this celebration
of Rothberg's 30 years of serv-
ice to Israel and the Jewish
people. The dinner also marks
the 25th. anniversary of Israel
Bonds, in whose founding Mrs.
Meir and Rothberg were active.
LIOAL NOTtCI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of P. M. WHOLESALE OPTICAL.
LAB at 2801 N.W. 7 8t., Miami. Fla.
33126 Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WAX J. CASTRO
MAX A. CASTRO
RICHARD CASTRO
ALBERTO PADUKA
11/28 12/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-7118Parker
In RE: Estate of
DAVID L. GORDON
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of DAVID L. GORDON, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1C. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 14th
day of November, A.D. 1H7".
EDITH GORDON
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 21st day of November, 1H73.
FREDERICK ZEIGER.
Attorney for Executrix
Suite 235, 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
1U21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. OOWLINO
PROBATE NO. 75-73*7
In RE: Estate of
LEO HASSEN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of LEO HASSEN deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733_16, Florida
Statutes in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of November, A.D. 1975
HAROLD J. COHEN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of November, 1975
HAROLD J. COHEN
Attorney for Executor
2761 Coral Way
11/28 12/5
Hdppy Chanuha
City National Bank
of Coral Gables
2701 LeJEUNE ROAD
CORAL GABLES
Telephone 445-1941

We extend best wishes
to our friends for the
holiday season
Gtizens & Southern-
International Bank
-fa--
25 S.E. 2nd STREET
Ml AMI. FLORIDA
Phone438-0327
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iy, November 28, 1975
*Jeisl)fhtHinr
Page 27-B
Community Response to Mrs. Meir's
Visit Is Called "Overwhelming"
LrvAt WOTKI
lECAl NOTICf
iThousinds of members of
jth Florida's Jewish corrmu-
will welcome Mrs. Golda
?ir when she comes to Greater
ami to be honored as the
roman of the Century," on
jnesday evening. Dec. 17. in
Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
sbleau Hotel.
Commamorating a quarter-
century of State of Israel Bonds.
t.ie historic occassion will be
one o fthe Jewish community's
o'ltstaaauig tiioutes to ts.aeis
fourth Prime Minister, whose
statesmanship in war and in
rv*ce was erajirispiration to her
own countrymen and to people
t/i

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GREETING CARDS STATIONERY
DESIGN PAPER PARTY PARTICULARS
by
AMBASSADOR
Div. of Hallmark
S44 Arthur Geoffrey Rd.
Miami Bc-tcb
5324)350
"JUST LEE'S" fifts
for tilt holidays
14 KT and 18 KT
GOLD CHAINS
ALL LENGTHS
14 KT and 18KT GOLD
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or NAMES !> 14.95

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IE NATION'S NUMBER ONE KILLER
IIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
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fn't take a chance with your life or pefrnantnt
ability from heart disease, high Mood pressure, or
ibetes. Community testing service will make
lilable its facilities for the following test:
1RT TEST Electrocardiogram
PRESSURE TEST High Blood Preston
[TIC TEST Blood Sugar Tost
ILES7ER0L TEST Blood Cholesterol Level
Ms service is available to the public for a total
fee of $20.00.
Hours by Appointment Monday thru Friday 9 A.M. till 5 P.M.
- COMMUNITY TESTING SERVICE -
5111 S.W. 8th St. 311 Lincoln Rd. 1140 N.. 163rd St.
Suite 103 Suite 305 Suite 109
ne 446-4913 Phone 534-5810 Phone 940-0141
everywhere.
According to dinner chairman
Robert L. Siegrel of Bay Harbor
Islands, "We have never seen a
more emotional acceptance for
any head of state as we have
during the past seven days in
the desire to welcome Golda
Meir to our great city. The
phones, which have been man-
ned seven days a week at cam-
paign headquarters on Miami
Beach and in Hollywood and
Ft. Lauderdale, have been con-
stantly ringing with requests
for information concerning this
significant and memorable
event."
During the Silver Anniver-
sary of State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Meir will pay homage to
the men and women who are
members of the Prime Minis-
ter's Club with special plaque
presentations and the awarding
of the sterling silver Prime Min-
ister's Clab Medallion.
Admission to the Dinner is
reserred to those who have pur-
chased and paid for a minimum
of SI,000 in Israel Bonds since
Sept. 5.
Happenings
The MontWv Art Forum
meets on Saturdays in Miami
Beach.
On Dec. 6 at 2:30 p.m. in
the Rotunda Room of the Miami
Beach Public Library. Saul
Friess. art and science adven-
turer, will talk on "Nature's
Svvhonv in Color."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH E IS H :. I..... On EN tl il
th- undersign '! desiring to ei .
hi bat Ines* undej the fktlttoui .
of A 1 A IWITTiKMS '
28 Si Hi.ii.-ah. !':. la to
register Mid num.- IUi tl .
the circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida
l.fSAX FASHIONS, INi\
ll/- .. .-12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOP
DADECOUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-37486
NOTICE FOP. DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th- Marriage of
LOUI8BN CARDT MAURACE,
Petitioner,
and
ci.EoisERT M.MKACE.
Respondent.
TO: CI.EoHERT MAURACE,
c O D-lamar Joseph,
Ans--A-Folaur.
Cord-de-Eer, HAITI
rot: jhu& hereby mitd-'ikd
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
menced m t*4n court and you ar- Re-
quired to eerve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses if any. to it on NA-
THANIK1. I- BARONE. JR. 5599 Bis-
mim Boulevard, Miami. Florida 33137
attorney for Petitioner, and Hie Un-
original wigh the clerk of the above
styled oount on or before 2nd Janu-
ary. 197>>: otherwise a default will be
entered against yu for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FEORIIHAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
*aid rmirt at Miami. Florida on this
S4th dav of November. 1975
RICHARD P. ItfUNKEK.
Bj C A LARSON
A- i l.rk Circuit Court
Dade I bouncy, Ploalda
As Depugj Clerk
(Cln uit Conn Seal)
ii u 12 i-u-r.'
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO. 75-18095
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOP DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MAHRIAUE OF
ESTE.VIO CHARLES.
Hu'twrnt. Petitioner
and
ROSA I.EK CHARLES,
Wife. Respondent.
TO: BOtiA 1JEU CHARUES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has. been filed against you and
vow are required to serve cogey of
v >ur written defenses. If any, to- it oo
DANIEL RETTBH. attorney for V*>-
titioner. whose addaeas la SOI Dad*
Federal Building 101 Ea.it Fielder
Street. Miami Fla 3HI1. an* file the
original with the clerk of trie arbor*
styled court on ear be/ore Jan 2, 1*74;
otherwise a default will be entered
aitatnsT -row *er the feataf demanded
tn the rom-Wstnt or oetltlon
This notice Khali 4 puMished one*
each week for ansu-con'-oitlve weeka
in TH* 3KW1MT FTJORHHAJf
-WITXKXS my haad and bee seal of
aid court at Miami. Florida oa tht
~th day of NoT-mher. 1975
Itl'-HARD P BRTNKFR
A* PlerV r-r r"-t
Dade County. Florida
By B. J POT
*. r...,lttr Clerk
TWuit Court Bsat)
DAN' El tfmi"rV** ESQ.
'1 Bast Flagler Street
ni r>nde Fed.' 't.illding
Wfeml. Pio-i^, J11S1
Phone: 3SS-*QM
.\ttorn->- far Petftle-ner
:i/f JS'-.-lt-l!1
IN THE C'PCUIT COURT OF TM
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORID" IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
MOgATj DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-463
IN HE Estate of
MORRIE U FUUVER
rMMaaMaad.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\'>T c'E hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Lo u il>a. on hol! .*-"inal Dincharge as
Administrator. I'T A ot the egtay of
MOl '{IE 1. FLOWER. de,ea.-ed. and
that on the 29th day of December.
'975 will apply to th- Honorable Cir-
cuit JtKb/s of Hade Count*, Florida,
'or a:>B*""\al of said Final Report and
for dietrlbut'oii and final di*charK*' as
Administrator. CT A of the estate of
tl-e ahove-nini i anl ':it This J4:h
dav o' Nov.-mher. ISTS
ARTH1 I. S ROSICH \N
A !:n Btr' >T CT A
SMITH MANDEER, SMITH.
PAI
IWEI B SM'~H
\ i .. .... > ,. \rin! atrator C T.H
7 h Miami Bagel i-' i
i
^ "T'CF UNDER
FICTITICLS NAME LAW
n >0te
of N Ki-NIE! Ni: ( Ave.
*i in ;' i do
with the '"-rk of th- OiaaaiH
'ourrt! t '. ,
VAJ LADAR1 >v. INC
i.-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME HW
N( ICE IS ci .;-:n that
II irsljTi engage
.i! bu : flctltlojfci na me
of BOOK N'OOK a) ISM NE 149
Street. Mlara Fi Intendg
. i nani" with the I'lerk
mri ol Dadi C unty,
la.
DAVID HAVI.'HK
IUX 1- S-12-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 75-7368
in i'.E Batata of
FRANCES mct'iVANNI
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CreVitori and All Persons Hav-
. ins or Demand* Against Sai#
Estate
You hereby notified and requir-
iny claim- and demands
whicl' yog may have ajptiuet the es-
tate of FRANCES DTGTOVANNI, de-
ceased late of Dad" Countlfi Florida^
to the Circuit Judves of Dade County^
and file th- sam- in duirticaOe and
a* provided in BarrkHl 733 Ifl. Floriik*
Statutes ih their office* in the Coun-
ty Courth'aise in Dade Cagjnty. Flor-
ida, within -four calendar months froaa
th- I'm- of the first ^,'iblication here-
of or the same will oe barred
Filed l Miami. Flortde. this 21*
day of Nov-mh.T. AD 19ZB.
JOHN J DiOIOVANVt
A* Fxecutor
First pamllratlon >f Wiis notice og)
the 2th day >f November, 1975.
HAROI D A TCRTI E^At'R
ittoniHv for Estate of Frances
Di*'.ovinni. Der-used
!I3"0 South Dixie Hit'hwav
Miami. Florida SSir.t; *J6S-18St
11 28 \sm
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-37108
IN RE: Th* rrsMH of
RITA M ll'l '-' 'N.
Petlti 'iii
\-
JOHN A HEPS' IN.
Respondent
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: JOHN A HflJDflOM
Trailer I'.ik
KR No J. Ixit 13
Bellvllle IlUnois
YOE ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Action for r>SHohrtiMi of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serv*. a .ropy of
vHir written defesjaaB. II any. to it
on MARVtN & SalPlPPARl*. Attor-
ney* for RrTA M BHDSON. Petition-
er whose address is 9150 S.W. 87th
Awnue. Site 1. JBraaai. Florida
lim. and Ole the original with the
Clerk of age above styled Court on
or -before *> Jnd day of Jan.. l7<>;
otherwise a Defasflt wiB be entered
agaiOMt you for the relief daraaaded
In the Congjilaint.
Th*s notdce shall be published once
a week for (4) conaaesrsive wee*s in
the Jewish F'oridlan.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Cogjrt at Miami. Dade County
Florida, this 2th day of Nov.. i75.
RICHARD BRINKHR.
Cleift of the CtyroJt Court
ly O FJBa>ERICK
Deputy Clerk
(OfrVRT SEAL)
HERHEHT Z MARVIN, for the firm
of MARTIN 4 SHEPPAJLD
81SI S.W. S7th AvetNga, Suite 1*8
Miami. Florida 33176
Phone: 27-0730
aJ/ 12/5-12-19
NBTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COWRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD1CIA*. CPCUtT OF
FLBR'DA IN AND POP
CADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-37318
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIACE
IN HJi Th" M irrtaxe of
.EOViniUXi OJJTti.
Huabawid,
and
Ji'STA KCE1NA CHIRINO OJITO.
Wife
TO: .ICSTA Rl'FlNA CHIRINO
oJTO
AI.HAC No 20
Florida Camaguey, CUBA
Y"C ARK HEREBY NOTIEIEI'
that h petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage hu> ben filed and i-ommenc-
ed in this court anil you are reiiuir. I
to serve copy of your written de-
i.-i,*.-, if an to it on HARol D
'"Ease. BSvi attomej for PaMtton-
er who.-., addreaa Ni I'T." West Flag-
ler street. Miami, Florida J81IB and
ii- original with He clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan
thrrwlse a defatUi a ill be
you for the relief
t for In the complalaM at pen-
Th shall he pjibllahed m
each ateek for : at i onaawMtlre weeks
In THE JEWISH Er.oltlDlAN
W1TN! .-s iiin ind
.it Mian- Flo] i mi
\ .-crtiber 197!
ill- H MM > P BRTNKER.
A- lerk r, ill' '
I ide 'unty. FI. I
|u fl FEED EH I
I Degguy Clerk
~-.ii'
I
27110 V Lgler *
Hlam
Attorne) for i
11 tl U .12-19
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
in virtue of Chaptar 7s Florida Stat-
utes Annoaadad fl941i Warehouseman
v irehouae Receip%a Wherein AB-
BOTT M"VIMI STOKAGE CO.
a Florida coruoratlon by virtue of itn
warehouse Item has in its possession
th- fnllnwing described property
l" Household -ooiis as the properly
MRS liAICNA VALDBS. -whose
last knows address was c a Mrs.
Harriei Roxj Thau tea, i"_: Washing-
ton .u Mlam Be ich, Fla.. and
ltd day ..f Dec-mher I9VE
oj- < .. ik i! I iur 'ily
'. w and 2:00 in
--.....i it 2136 N W 24th Ave-
nue. Miami Florid i 'he underslirn.l
' the highest
bidder for rash in hand the above
i.. property of Mrs marina
V !>FS
D < ^':lro, Florida th's 25tli
i Noi mi ir, IST8
11/28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'lTi'-E IS HEREBY <;IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagn
in business under the fictitious name
of t IOA DE VOTANTFJS IjATfNO-
AMEIUCA,NlJS_JNl" at 9J^fc 3 Ave,
Miami. Flor*n'aT3a"o>2 tn&Tmm- to reg-
tster -yjid name with the C*lerk of
the C'rcuit Court of l:i*Ti
Florida.
County.
T-AZARO VI J* i
Direr tor-Bxecutto'e
Ri 3.W SO Rwad
Miami, Florida 33129
11/18 1J/5-18-18
JN TMK CtRCUTT COUNT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOP'DA IN ANO PON
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE OlVlglON
PROBATE NO. 7S-73S2
In RE: Esta'e of
MAPOARET MOOMJ1AN.
deceased
NOTICE T9 CPJEOrTONS
To .\|| Creditors and AU Parsone Hav-
i'n Claims or I>-nmiid Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you av ha*-e ago. in si te es-
ta'e of MAROARET MOOMJIAN de-
ceased late of Dade CourrHy. Florida,
. 'he Circuit Judges of Dade Orunty.
*r>* fH the same In dtaplirate and
as provided in Kwtieti 733.16. Worida
S'a'utes In their officea in the-Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of th Hirst nuMiuation here-
of iv,.. swan- will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Flor da. that 21st
da\ of N-ivemhe", A D WT5
DIRAN MtXIMJIAN
A.- Ex-.ui'o-
F'rst nublication of 'h notice on
th 2Sth dav of November. 175
APONOVITZ. STLrtnt & BOOTH
A'*orney for Bstate
>e< A'nsley ItulMIng
"mi P*>r|da SS1
s/:i 8H'n______________________________
IN THE riRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLDIC!AL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-7173
M PE E-t.i-c of
BENT.AMIN KAOAM
decaAasd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an.l \ p-rsons Hav-
ing '"lir.m- or Iiemands Against Said
Tou a luir-
leirt any ri.um- and demands
hi iU miy ^.:i' i Bl tlie es-
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. '[ a of i >,,!- i '..u-itN Florida,
i the i' -uit Judr County,
same In djufjaraie and
:i"4t Florida
n tl BaP oun-
'j Curh u Dade vjajfty. Flor-
IV from
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Filed a this 80th
nbei AJJ 1975
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Jewish Floridian
Friday, November 28, 1975 Section C
Menorah is the Oldest Symbol of Judaism Chanukah
Is Quite Naturally Illumined in its Ancient Glow
"The miracle of the Chanukah lights has been reenacted for over 21 centuries by the
lighting of candles or oil wicks for the eight-day period from the 25th of Kislev to
the second day of Tevet. From the simple Roman clay burners fashioned by the early
craftsmen were developed Chanukiot in myriad forms and media."
By MIRIAM RABINOWICZ
WHEN THE State of Israel was reborn 27
years ago. no one had any doubt what the
emblem of the young State would be.
The Menorah, the seven-branch candela-
brum which was the oldest symbol of Judaism,
became almost automatically the national sym-
bol of the Jewish State, continuing a chain that
traces back to the time of Sinai.
FROM THE very beginnings of the Jewish
faith, the menorah. as the symbol of the holy
light, has held an important role. It was in the
wUderness that God commanded Moses to make
a seven-branch candelabrum for the service of
the sanctuary.
The Divine injunction (Exodus 25:31) reads:
"And thou shall make a candlestick of pure
gold; of beaten work shall it be made, even its
base and its shaft; its cups, its knobs, and its
flowers shall be of one piece with it.
One Bezalel, the son of Uri, the son of Chur.
was commissioned to carry out the assignment
The Talmud gives us the dimensions of this
menorah. It stood, in our 5J^
72 inches high with a spread of 36 inches. Its
central shaft and six branches were of the same
height, so that all seven lamps symbolize the
perfect life. Another interpretation regards the
menorah as the symbol of the tree of life, and
its branches as representing the planets, the
firmament and the days of creation.
FROM THE Sanctuary, the holy menorah
was subsequently transferred to the Temple.
No one knows what happened to Moses'
menorah. which disappeared without a trace.
According to legend, it was hidden by the
priests before the Babylonians destroyed the
First Temple and sent the Israelites into exile.
Pillage, persecution, dispersionin the cir-
cumstances surrounding the loss of the first
menorah, one of the earliest-recorded works
of Jewish art, we have in microcosm a history
of the fate that overtook countless ritual ob-
jects in the centuries that followed. Of the ten
great candelabras that Hiram of Tyre wrought
for King Solomon, of the holy menorah that
stood in Herod's Temple, no trace is left. In-
deed, of all the works of Jewish religious art
created in ancient and medieval times, a mere
handful still exists.
AFTER THE disaster of 70 CE, the rabbis
placed a ban on exact reproductions of the
Temple menorahin particular proscribing its
use in synagogues. As a result, relatively few
examples of the seven-branch candlestick are
to be found although it is frequently repre-
sented as a decorative or symbolic device. The
rabbinic interdiction thus brought into general
use the eight-branch candlestick, which had
become important during the Second Jewish
Commonwealth as a reminder of the Macca-
bean victory over the Syrians in 165 BCE It
is this verson, known as the "Chanukiah, that
is widely used today during the festival of
Chanukah.
The miracle of the Chanukah lights has
been re-enacted for over 21 centuries by the
lighting of candles or oil wicks for the eight-
day period from the 25th of Kislev to the 2nd
day of Tevet. From the simple Roman clay
burners fashioned by the early craftsmen were
developed chanukiot in myriad forms and me-
dia.
WHAT IS believed to be the oldest repre-
sentation of the menorahthe seven-branch
versionappears on coins of the Hasmonean
kings, many of which can be seen in New
V/ork's Jewish Museum.
The earliest actual menorah which has yet
to come to light is one dating from the Second
Century, excavated from a synagogue site near
Tiberias. This menorah, which may well be the
oldest ritual object in existence, is now in the
possession of the Israel Museum. More recently,
fragments of a beautiful stone menorah were
discovered in the ruins of an ancient synagogue
at Sardis in Asia Minor. Beyond these rarities,
we are faced by the vast chronological gap in
Jewish art that is a consequence of the vicis-
situdes of Jewish existence in the diaspora. Re-
latively few surviving menorot were made be-
fore 1500.
Creations of artisans from the 16th Century
and later have fared better. Chanukiot exist
from communities in every part of the world,
in a fascinating range of styles and shapes.
SINCE THE miracle took place in Jerusalem,
Jewish artisan-craftsmen of both East and West
often took this geographical fact as the point
of departure of their designs, with results that
strikingly illustrate regional influences.
Thus we have from 14th Century France a
Continued on Page 6-C



Papp fJ.n
Paee 2-C
*Jeistrkri1i3r
Fridav, November 28. 19~"
The Jew* in Northern Ireland's Struggling Community
By MARK SEGAL
4 TEM.'V
rhethsjr or" I
- thoHc tree*
B-Hast Jew
ry
''." H l l
P.c- ---- :~-
r'eoi:'-. Neither, I air. a
Jew." to which the masked
MQef responded kBpafJsJM
*"OK, but which are you. a Prot-
estant Jew or a Catholic Jew?"
This anecdote, more than any-
thing else, sums up the delicate
situation in which this tiny Jew-
ish community finds itself since
tne outbreak of the civil strife
in 1969 This city of churches
and pubs is the focus of what
has become the almost intract-
able Irish Question.
JAMES JOYCE in his early
work, "Dubiiners." gave the fol-
lowing dialogue between a bish-
op and a priest. The priest
talking of the fate of persecuted
Jews said, "but we in Ireland
never expelled them, did we?."
to which the bishop, retorded:
"Of course not. for we never
let them in."
Since the partion of Ireland
after World War I. the Jewish
communities of Northern Ire-
land and Eire have gone their
separate ways. Dublin's com-
munity of over 3.000 strong and
the much smaller Belfast one
have flourished until the re-
crudescence of civil violence
six years aeo.
The smaller communities have
disappeared or dwindled to
bi.uust nothing This is the case
of Londonderry in the north
where there are now no Jews.
and Cork, in the south, which
has declined to a handful of
Jewish families. This, of course,
is in keeping with a similar
tread throughout the British
Isles.
SO FAR the Belfast Jewish
community, as such, has man-
aged to stay out of the cross-
fire between the Protestants and
Catholics; and they hope they
can carry on that way. The civil
strife and sectarian hatred are
mainly a phenomenon of the
Protestant and Catholic working
classes in Belfast as can be
seen from the gaping holes in
their neighborhoods from bomb
at lacks.
The more sedate middle class
areas are so far free of thit
specter of atavistic hatreds and
the Jews being mostly middle
- Ireland
I
AS T*rv. ------ Bel-
...- ......
The Jews react to **"? en'i'on-
m*nt in which the* li" We lo
not accent t*W idea that the
Jewish community exists in a
crossfire for the Jewish com-
munity as such has no position
on this matter."
Smith and other members of
his small community of 280 fam-
ilies, say they have no experi-
ence of prejudice against Jews.
If Jewish shops have been de-
stroyed or damaged in hot*
raids it is n* because of the
owners" identity, but because
the shotw happen to be in the
particular area chosen for the
attack. Smith, almost 60. is a
non-practicing lawyer who runs
a successful office furniture
factory, who was born in Dur-
ban. South Africa. He served six
years in the Royal Navy where
he rose to the rank of Captain,
seeing convoy action in the west
Mediterranean in World War U
Like many other leading
members of this community, he
settled in Belfast after marry-
ing a local girL Her family has
been in Northern Ireland for
several generations. .
Smith stated that "all sorts of
well-meaning people. Jews and
non-Jews, have asked us to be
mediators but we decided that
we will not get involved and wiu
not take sides."
IF ANYONE was capable of a
mediating roleif that was at
all possibleit would be Smith.
He wa3 a CcraciHor on the Bel-
fast Countv Borough Council
from 1967-73.
He also made an tsi
bid as a Parliamentary candi-
date and. as a moderate, bis por
litical career fell victim to local
developments. I wasteld he was
in line* to become Lord Mayor.
This would have made him Bel-
fast's second Jewish Word; Mayor
the first was Sir Otto Jaffe
who headed the city in the early
1900s.
Smith is in one area "the man
in the middle." His main public
work is a3 chairman of the
Greater Belfast Education Com-
centra
is to ran a dj
na a e_
- He
only Jen or. a committee
divided ber. een ?.
and f, I and. ;"-- -'
:.-..-.r fullest confidence.
MOST interestingly, members
of both Christian communities
are to be found on social oc-
casions at Jewish homes; es-
pecially those of leaders in the
professions. This is the case
with the local Jewish Queen's
Counselthe remth of the Brit-
ish tegal profession Ronald
Appleton. QC, whose groat
grandfather was a founder of
the Belfast community.
He is manied to an attractive
Jerusalem girL and at 4" has
attained the peak of bis profes-
sion and has good friends among
both Catholic and Protestant
Lawyers.
- '

-
AN EVTRELY
e Jew. a-
:-. the
i-born ph n***
1
Wax n.
The fact of his Jewishness is
a great help in his photographic
business, much of wmch has 'o
do with weddings. Thus, he is
equally acceptable at both Cath-
olic and Protestant celebrations,
and being a well-known figure.
can move around Belfast with-
out fear of random attack
ThW VEBY nature of the local
problems makes for a more
closely-kn;t Jewish community.
with a higher rate of involve-
ment in communal affairs than
is known in larger comrauoities
which enjoy tranquil conditions
in other parts of the United
Kingdom. But the question mark
of survival as a community
hangs over them. This is irre-
...
even is
their common rj

ttiatj up a spec :
ind in order to el
Hon ol .
- .::ons should that
re eventuality transpire
In srite of its isolate: z~>
.ical position, the B
Jewish community is u;.
grated into the organ;: it
r-.ap of Anglo-Jewry I"
three members on the Boa
Deputiei of British Jews
regularly attend Board meet-
ing! in London. They art in
close touch with the office of
the Chief Rabbi, and the con-
gregation is affiliated with the
United Svnagogue.
THEY WERE very pleased
when the president of the Board
Lord Fisher of Camden. came
on an official visit. At the com-
munity's luncheon in honor of
its former spiritual head. Ra^oi
Dr. Alexander Carlebach
one received a small leaf.et con-
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Friday, November 28, 1975
+Jmt$t> fhrfdhn
Page 3-C
taining prayers suitable for
such occasions and grace after
meal*
]n ii were printed special
prayers to be recited in the
p-'esence of the Chief Rabbi and
the Ambassador of Israel. Ac-
cording to my hosts, neither of
the incumbents have even visit-
ed them.
The chairman of the Congre-
gation Council, John Kay, told
this reporter of the immediate
response of Belfast Jewry to the
Beard's appeal for a voluntary
levy oi at least one Pound Ster-
ling per capita. Thus, the Bel-
fast community should raise
about 500 Pounds for this pur-
pose.
THE JOINT Israel Appeal is
a highly active organization in
this community under the chair-
manship of Richard Bloch. His
family and relatives make up
the tiny Jewish outpost in near-
by Portadown. They reached
Ulster in the late 1930s, after
fleeing from Hitlerite Europe,
and like many other Jews, the
only nlace they were allowed
to settle in the United Kingdom
was Ulster.
Jewish entrepreneurs like Mr.
Bloch have contributed towards
the industrial development of
the province.
Rabbi Carlebach paid tribute
to Mrs. Bloch's devoted work
and noted how well the JIA was
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doing in Belfast despite local
difficulties. Bloch told me:
"We have a 100 per cent turn-
out for the JIA. Though a small
community, we are completely
identified with Israel."
THIS WAS evident from a
recent copy of the Belfast Rec-
ord, the communal iournal.
which printed a list of JIA con-
tributors embracing most of its
householders.
Many of the committees and
groups found in other British
communities are to found here.
But due to the local communi-
ty's small numbers, the same
names appear frequently on dif-
ferent committees and execu-
tive bodies. Thus Harold Smith,
the congregation president, is
also chairman of the local asso-
ciation of Jewish Ex-Service-
men and and Women.
While Frank Daly, secretary
of the local Shechita Board, is
also chairman of the Belfast
JNF and is involved as well in
Jewish youth activities.
THE LOCAL Jewish Queens
Counsel, Ronald Appletos,
whose great grandfather was a
founder of the community, is in
addition to his various duties
also head of the Belfast Friends
of the Hebrew University. Lo-
cal Jewish women have a highly
organized life too.
There is the Women's Guild
of the Synagogue, while the rel-
atively high number of 150
women belong to the three wom-
en's Zionist societies: the
Daughters of Zion, Ziona, and
Young WIZO, as I learned from
one of their leaders, Mrs. Betty
Kay, wife of the Congregation
Council chairman.
The Belfast Jewish Institute
is the focus of Jewish social life
in Northern Ireland. Its two
floors are always full of people
attending the various activities,
which include a drama circle,
Continued on Page 15-C


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Friday, November 28, 197$
By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
ALTHOUGH THE trill of
Adolf T~n Imii in 1961 was
world news followed by mil-
lions, the detiils of the events
preceding itthe location, cap-
rare and transportation of the
:h executioner of the "Final
Solution'' to Israelwas known
to only a select few.
One of them, the only one in
fact thoroughly fannhar a
every asr>ect of the operation
he-cause he conceived it and per-
~* : from obscure
hcfi"- ~r :: startling conda-
-_ bKf Harel fan
d bmtive of Israel's
NOW LONG ia r.
Hare", d
wrote 2 first-rs:e detec
drama .The House of Gari-
baldi Stret Press
describing Operation Eichr-.:
anc MM :'. njwcfal
-rn frorr .r.-.e.L.e-. -
and counter-espionage agenc:~
who earned :t on a
As an undercover oper
:: was tour de force As a
storv told some 15 years after
Exciting Storv Behind the Heroic Capture
Of Butcher Adolf Eichinaiiu
the events it
generates
excitement anc suspense even
though the outcome is part of
history.
Two factors stand out hi
Harel's account wmch make an
ironic contrast One was the
meticulous care, the long be-
haostfre. almost unbeiie
rion to detail that M
to the planning and execution
THE OTHER -.>a.s the reia-
~ase w:*- was
..; :_: H
ed at any stage, akr.
I-:: :z. i ; :
: -. -
i :" r .
:
l- i was

r.: ::' -
the reader MM
Faction. Stripped ::' Wi
: ;:on and the pow-
er of DBC Third Reach IM ~>
gant SS officer turned Ml :: he
gr:-. eimg nonentrry. obsequi-
:ward his captors, nsabh
tnembfcng with fear that they
\fMt nAr^ to execute bur on the
spot
EICHMANN WAS a "moid
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The Weinsteins
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ADOLF EICHMANN
in his heyday
e and cooper
the Ml d da aaaj Boaotr
Maed aMriratJai
the d
and downiaiinfthapi Ml
altogether a pretense He ever
seemed to take an objective in-
terest in the success of the
operation, offering bus guards
"advice" from time to time.
The nan who dispatched mil-
bons to death camps in cattle
cars was also very much con-
cerned for his physical com-
fort; and be worried over the
re of his wife and children
he left behind
OPERATION EICHMANN had
Are* phases: the location and
identr5catx>n of the war enm-
mal. his capture and detention:
his secret transportation out of
the countryArgentinawhere
he had lived since 19S0. Each
phase posed its own problems
and recmred the deploymeni
and coordination of s large force
of Israel: undercover agent?
The entire operation was
compbeated by the fact that it
was an unabashedly illegal un
dertafcmg on the soil of na-
tion frjendhr to Israel Once ir.
U motion. Harel and his agents
unit with
no recourse to aid from am
-. tnctud-
IffU
THERE WAS the
of doubt in the -
of Hard and his ace
moral rectitude of
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who almostbut not quiteput
the "finPei" on Eichmann wa9
a blind half-Jew Lothar Her-
mann an impecunious resident
of Bncnos Aims who harbored
both a grudge against the Nazis
and an expectation of financial
reward.
As early a* 1958, Hermann
became suspicious of a young
man paying court to his daugh-
"J _1 one "Nicky" (Nicholas)
Eichmann and communicated
his suspicions to legal authori-
ties in West Germany where
Adolf Eichmann was wanted for
war Climes.
Hermann's evidence was ten-
uous and circumstantial. Al-
though 'Nicky" was reportedly
secretive about his family and
their whereabouts)M exchang-
ed letters with his girl friend
throinv the address of a third
his open use of the
Eichmann name was regarded
as a negative point.
NEVERTHELESS, the Public
Prosecutor of the province of
Hesse, West Germany, Dr. Fritz
Bauer^ a Jew, communicated
Hermann's information to Is-
raeli sources and it eventually
reached the desk of Harel. It
was no more substantial than
earlier leads.
But Bauer was highly regard-
ed in Israel and, as it turned
out, he had other confidential
sources of information he
steadfastly refused to disclose
their identitywhich pointed to
Argentina as the probable hid-
ing Dlace of Eichmann.
Actine on these facts, and
possibly on a flash of instinct.
Harel dispatched his first re-
connaissance team to Buenos
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Aires. His expectations, he ad-
mits, were not as high as his
hopes.
HIS ACCOUNT of the ex-
naustive manhunt that finally
traced Adolf Eichmann alias
Ricardo Klement; the surveil-
lance and identification of the
quarry that preceded his cap-
ture; his subsequent detention
in a rented house in the heart
of Buenos Aires; and the final
removal of Eichmann from
Buenos Aires' main airport in
the midst of a national festival
should be required reading for
the CIA KGB and every other
organization engaged in clan-
destine activities.
For the ordinary reader, hu-
man aspects of the story may
be even more interesting than
the technical expertise of the
Israeli manhunters. The Eich-
mann menagsthe "house on
Garibaldi Street"--was a non-
:ript brick and plaster build-
ins lacking such basic ameni-
tel -phone
and running water.
It was located in San Fenian*
i bl ak, di tant suburb of
l uenos Aires. If some top
Na lad i lanaged to
smuggle fortunes of loot
id afl ir the w ir, Eichmann
nit of Europe with little
more than his skin.
111.-. WIFE and three chil-
dren preceded him to Argen-
tina; a fourth child was born
there. Eichmann supported his
family by working at a minor
job (Harel does net make its
exact nature clear). One of his
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sons enlisted in the navy.
Another worked at a menial jot
in a garage.
The Israeli agents who first
spotted Eichmannor Klement
had a surprise in store. The
strutting Gestapo martinet of
Berlin who once held the power
of death over millions had be-
come a faceless wage slave,
alighting wearily from his com-
muter bus at precisely 7:40 p.m.
each evening; trudging the few
hundred yards from the bus
stop to his house; making an
inspection of his yard befon*
entering (A security check? No,
simply to see how his plan:*
were doing, Harel reports);
and holing up for tne night
Sometimes the house remained
dark; sometimes dim lights
shone through the window*
from vintage oil lamps.
WHAT HAD the Israelis ex
pected to find? Harel, who wen*
to Buenos Aires to direct the
operation, writes: "When t
actually saw Eichmann for tlw
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Chanukah is Ilium; ned by the Menorah
Continued from Page 1-C
menorah whose facade resembles a medieval
French cathedral, one from northern Italy
designed with the crenellated towers of a cas-
teBo and from 19th Century Algeria, a Chanu-
kiah in the style of a two-story Moorish palace,
topped by a star and crescent. The lamp made
200 years ago in Poland has a temple which
looks like a rural synagogue, complete with
chimneys.
One of the most extensive collections of
Chanukah lamps in the world is to be found
today at the Jewish Museum in New York. The
Fifth Avenue mansion, former home of the
Warburg banking family, and now under the
sponsorhip of the Jewish Theological Seminary
cf America, unquestionably constitute the
greatest archive of Jewish religious art in the
Western hemisphere.
HERE WE find such rarities as a four-foot
high brass menorah which stood in a synagogue
in Poland nearly 300 years ago Three lions sup-
port the heavy cast base, and its arms are
elaborately adorned with bird-heads, leaves,
flowers and figure eights. The great construc-
tion is topped by a bird with outstretched
wings.
Another Chanukah lamp from l7th Century
Hamburg has the figure of Judas Maccabee aa
a finial. Judith is a popular subject with Ger-
man craftsmen, and one 18th Century silver
menorah from Frankfort-on-Main has not only
a statue of the Jewish heroine flourishing her
sword and triumphantly bearing aloft the head
of Holofernes. but also features Biblical scenes
with Jacob and Rebecca in red and white
enameled medallions on the base.
Menorot designed for the home were nat-
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for synagogue use. Household menorot were
also frequently designed with a back wall as
a safety precaution.
DO THESE historic menorot with their live-
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great art? Perhaps the majority would fail this
classification. Jewfch craftsmen, usually the
subject of chscriraination and barred from
guilds, were often behind the mainstream of the
art of their times. Stylistically and technically,
the purist can find many features to fault in
these treasured works.
Yet they are treasures in the finest sense
works of art made with love and enthusiasm
and expressing a deep religious commitment,
a living art responsive to a living religion. No
truer symbol of the undying spirit of Judaism
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Adolf Eichmann
Continued from Page S-C
first time. I was amazed at my
reaction My first thought
^as well now, doesn't he look
iust' like any other man! I don't
km w how I imagined a man
who had massacred millions
would look. All I know is that
I kept saying to myself, If 1
had met him in the street 1
would see no difference be-
Iv,..n him and the thousands
cf other men passing by."
The isolated area where
Eichmann lived had both pluses
End minuses for the task at
hand Strangers could be easily
spotted and suspicions aroused.
yet surveillance of Klement-
Eiehmann had to be maintained
constantly to establish his rou-
tins and make positive iden-
tification.
THIS POSED a severe strain
on the agents assigned to keep
the \ mil. The long drive from
San Fernando to Buenos Aires
v,... re Eichmann was to be kept
under-detention after his cap-
ture;wai another disadvantage.
On the other hand, it was
infinitely easier to take the
nan on the poorly lighted, quiet
street near his home than it
would have been in a more
[y trafficked, better po-
liced area.
On the -night of his capture.
May 11. I960, which is late
autumn in South America, the
assault team waited in two cars
the house of Garibaldi
Street. Tension heightened to
near frustration as Eichmann,
a creature of habit, failed to get
off his usual bus. Several more
buses raised and still no Eich-
mann.
The leader of the group was
prepared to wait only a short
longerthe presence of
two strange cars on a deserted
eet was sure to arouse sus-
picion. Here is Harel's account
the capture as related to him
e men who carried it out:
"ALL OF A sudden Kenet
noticed someone walking at the
of the road. It was too dark
to make out who it was. 'Some-
19 coming.' he said to Gabi,
rut I can't see who it is.' A few
seconds later, in a whisper that
ied to him like a shout, he
exclaimed, it's him! Kenet
sed in Gabi's ear, 'He's got
: ne hand in his pockethe may
have a revolver. Do I tell Eli?'
'Tel him.' Gabi answered. 'Eli.'
Kenet whispered, 'watched out
!or a gun' Klement was
standing right in front of the
car. 'Momentito,' Eli said and
-rrang at him. Panic-stricken.
K'.ement stepped back ... He
(Eli) pounced on Klement to
rring him down, but because
K'.ement stepped back, Eli's leap
brought them both crashing to
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the gTdtind. As he fell. Klement
let out a terrible yell, like a
wild beast caught in a trap.
Zev darted around the car and
grabbed his legs. Klement lay
as if-paralyzed."
He was pulled into the car.
"The whole action had taken
less than a minute."
ACCORDING TO Harel. the
most difficult ordeal for the
captors lay ahead. It stemmed
from the almost palpable loath-
ing they felt for their prisoner
who they' had to guard 24 hours
a day. whose every personal
need they had to attend to.
A doctor was attached to the
group. He found Eichmann in
physical good health and it was
the strict duty of his guards to
keep him fit to stand trial in
Israel. Harel writes:
". How could they control
themselves day after day? They
had to shave the man because
he couldn't be allowed to have
a razor. Thev had to bathe him
because he couldn't be permit-
ted freedom pf movement. They
even had to accompany him to
the toilet. And through it all
thev had to command their rag-
ing hearts to be still. They had
to forget their fathers and
mothers, their brothers and
sisters, who had been turned
into heaps of bones and piles of
ash by their prisoner's exter-
mination machine. Of all the
phases and hardships of the
operation this was the most dif-
ficult."
IT WAS also prolonged be-
yond expectations. Arrange-
ments had been made to spirit
Eichmann out of Argentina
aboard an Israeli commercial
airliner, a turbo-rrop Brittania,
which was bringing an official
Israeli delegation to Bueno9
Aires to participate in celebra-
tions marking the 150th anni-
versary of Argentine inde-
pendence.
The event was fortuitous
since it provided an excuse for
the presence of an Israeli air-
liner in a country which had
no commercial air connections
with Israel.
At the last minute. Argentine
officials advised the Israeli gov-
ernment to delay the arrival of
its delegation until May 19 for
certain reasons of protocol.
THAT MEANT that Eich-
mann would have to be kept
under detention in Buenos Aires
for nearly two weeks longer
than originally planned. Obvi-
ously, the Israeli government
could not make an issue over
the matter without arousing
suspicion. It was the only seri-
ous setback to the time-table of
the ope-ation. But in the end it
had no effect on the mission's
success.
During Eichmann's detention,
Harel was convinced that his
family would not report his
disappearance to the police be-
cause they would have to dis-
close his true identity. But there
was concern that the family
might turn to the large colony
of other Nazis and ex-SS of-
ficers resident in Buenos Aires,
some of them with influence in
high places. Would they con-
duct an undercover manhunt of
their own? Harel surmised that
they would not and Eichmann
bore him out.
"He didn't hang any hope on
his friends. He was positive they
wouldn't exert themselves par-
ticularly in trying to find him
for fear of endangering their
own safety. ... He spoke about
them with unconcealed scorn
He even hinted that he was con-
vinced they had a hand in be-
traying him to us." Harel wrote.
So much for solidarity among
criminals.
THE PRIMARY objective of
Operation Eichmann was to
bring the man to trial in Israel
which regarded itself as the
sole legitimate representative
of his victims and the country
with the greatest moral and
legal right to prosecute him.
The Eichmann trial was to re-
open the agony of the Holo-
caust 15 years after it occurred.
That was precisely what Israel
wanted-for the benefit of Its
post-war generation, for forget-
ful world opinion and possibly
as a catharsis for the sur-
vivors. Had they simply wanted
Eichmann dead, he could have
been disposed of easily, with-
out international repercussions
by any one of Harel's agents on
any number of occasions during
the course of the mission.
There is a brief epilogue to
Harel's story. Through Eich
mann he learned of the probable
whereabouts in Buenos Aires of
Dr. Josef Mengele, the notori-
ous Auschwitz physician who
arbitrarily selected Jews for the
gas chamber.
HAREL FOR a whl'e enter-
tained the hope of tracking
down that war criminal and re-
turning him to Israel with Eicn-
mann.
Put the stress of guarding
Eichmann and arranging for his
flight out of Argentina left too
few agents at Harel's disposal
for such a mission. A house
where Mengele almost certainly
had lived was found.
But the suspect had moved
out a few weeks before and dis-
appeared. If alive today, the
death camp doctor is still at
large.

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MR. AND MRS. DAVID COLEMAN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FARBER
Lynn, France, Eleine and Adam
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. ALEX GREENWALD
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. JACK STEIN
and FAMILY
DR. AND MRS. LESTER EPSTEIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. PAUL LUSTGARTEN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA


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Friday, Ntfvtfftfber 2S, 1973
Warmest Greetings at This Festive Holiday Season!,
MR. SIDNEY MARGULiES
WISHES ALL HIS FR ENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. LEO OSLAN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
LOUELLA AND I. D. SHAPIRO
WSH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
AND GOOD HEALTH THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
J. K. JACKSON ELECTRIC CO. INC.
JACK KANE and BUZZ GUSEMAN
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS MAXWELL GROSS
and FAMILY
CAMP SHALOM
DAVID and SHELLEY SOKOL & FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
WSHING ALL A HAPPY CHANUKAH
MR. and MRS. AINSLEE FERDIE
Marshal, Meredith and Deborah
DR. AND MRS. ARNOLD M. SHEIR
Marcia, Boni, David and Deborah
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT GOPMAN
Paulette, Judith and Jonathan
MRS. HELEN GOPMAN
EXTEND BEST W'SHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. MAX BASSIN
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. G. FELDENKREIS
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. STANLEY H. GETTIS
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRiENDS
MR. AND MRS. MURRAY FRIEDMAN
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN
and DAUGHTER DONNA
MR. AND MRS. SOL FRANKEL
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. J. MAURICE FINKEL
and CHILDREN
Marcia, Elliott and Seth
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM K. BOROS
and CHILDREN
Phyllis, Larry, Andrew, Bruce and Lynn
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BERNSTEIN
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
TED BODIN
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. BEN CUTLER
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. LENNY DAWSON
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. JACK ALTSHULER
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. SAM COSLOW
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR ENDS
MR. AND MRS. JAIME GROSFELD
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR'ENDS
DR. AND MRS. PHILIP GOTLIEB
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR'ENDS
MR. AND MRS. BERNAPD BERGE!?
and FAM'LY
CHANUKA GREET'NGS TO ALL OUR FR'ENDS
MR. AND MRS. SOL BAUM
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR = -: ENDS
MR. AND MRS. MAURICE COHEN
and FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. NORMAN COHAN
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. SHELDON BOTT
-.
and f AMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. RONALD I. BARON
and CHILDREN
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. STEVEN D. BALTER
and FAMILY
WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HARRIET AND KEN KASSELMAN
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HERMAN KALER
and Bruce and Clara
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. JERRY ISAN
and FAA'"LY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. E. JAN JACOBI
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. MAURICE HOROWITZ
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIE'.DS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
/ "\ AND MRS. SAMUEL HIRSCH
and FAMILY
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. PETER HORNIK
and FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. JACK GREENBERG
and SONS
BENNETT and MITCHELL
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA


lovember 28, 1975
>Jenitf noridlifnn
Page 11-C
mest Greetings at This Festive Holiday Season!
wi<
MR
[ND MRS. MORTON R. FELLMAN
and CHILDREN
iarry, Shell, Leslie and Seth
BCt THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MRS. FANY HOUTZ
_ALL HER FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MRS. LILLIAN DUBOWY
nd MR. LEON KRONHEIM
VLL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
tkp MRS. SEYMOUR A. GOPMAN
and FAMILY
IfclL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
kiD MRS. KENNETH GREENBERG
and FAMILY
Hi THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY 101st BIRTHDAY TO
LOUIS JANOWITZ
FROM
JENNIE and Son SEYMOUR
I AND MRS. LOUIS PILZER
and FAMILY
H ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
AND MRS. IRVING H. PRESS
and FAMILY
1SH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
, AND MRS. STUART PERLMAN
and SONS
ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
4Ag. AND MRS. SIDNEY JACOBS
and Son Stuart
ISH ALJ. THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
AND MRS. EDWARD LAWRENCE
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HYMAN AND ROSE KATZ
and FAMILY
JH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
-** r: i
MR. AND MRS: ISIDOR ROSA
md HOWARD, JAMIE and RICHARD
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD PEYSER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. RALPH R. POPKIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. AND MRS. AARON MEDOW
and Sons David, Mark and Stanley
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL RETTER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. SAM RAUCH
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. PHIL REVITZ
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE ROGOVIN
and FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. LLOYD RUSKIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. LESTER ROGERS
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. MURRAY PEARL
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SCHANTZ
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. NORMAN SANDMAN
and FAMILY
MRS. JACOB SCHACHTER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. ALAN SCHULBERG
and Marc and Bruce
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. ALVIN SAVAGE
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN WEINER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL M. UNGER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. JAY M. TISCHENKEL
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. AND MRS. HERBERT TALISMAN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS ABRAHAM SUSSMAN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. JACK STRICK
and FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. SAM WALDMAN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD J. STERN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. ALLEN AND JOANNE KATZ
and ELLIOTT, BRADLEY
and ELLIOTT, BRADLEY and KIMBERLY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HARRY LEVY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
DR. AND MRS. MELVIN KLEIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA


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9-Jmis^noridiar
Friday, November 28 197""
1 RESPITE THE growing inter-
est in the evolving role of
the woman in the Jewish com-
munity, little discussion has
been generated about the pro-
fessional* status of. women* and
the opportunities open to them
in the field of Jewish communal
service.
A recent inquiry into current
practice, in seven fields of serv-
ice which represent the constit-
uent member groups of the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish
Communal Service, has 1 evealed
that while many women have
attained positions of consider-
able responsibility, few have
achieved top echelon posts in
the agencies, institutions and
organizations of their respective
fields.
AN AD-HOC committee with-
in the Conference appealed to
a number of leading profes-
sionals, in each of the groups
associated with the Conference,
to share their impressions of the
current condition of women in
their agencies, identify areas of
inequity and point out the im-
pedimenta to the progress of
persons of achievement who
happen to be women.
The groups approached were
the Association of Jewish Com-
munity Organization Personnel
(AJCOP), the Association of
Jewish Community Relations
Workers (AJCRW. Association
of Jewish Center Workers (AJ-
CW), National Association of
Jewish Family, Children's and
Health Services (NAJFCHS).
National Association of Jewish
Homes for the Aged (NAJHA),
National Association of Syna-
gogue Administrators (NASA),
National Council for Jewish
Education (NCJE) and Voca-
tional and Rehabilitation Serv-
ices (VRS).
Three basic questions were
posed:
What is the status of wom-
en in your specific field of serv-
ice within the organized Jewish
community and what has led to
this condition?
What is the current prac-
tice with respect to hiring,
promotional opportunities, sala-
ry differentials or special treat-
ment of women in your field,
in comparison with other areas
of Jewish communal service, or,
the professions generally?
What recommendations do
you have to help rectify unjust
situations if such exist?
IN RESPONSE* to these ques-
tions several leading Federation
executives affiliated with the
Association of Jewish Com-
munity Personnel indicated that
very few women have reached
the position of executive di-
rector in a Federation. Those
who have reached that level
have done so in very small com-
munities.
Top women executives have
been found in secondary posi-
tions only. While in some Fed-
erations women hold top jobs,
such as comptroller, fund-rais-
er, personnel manager, most
serve in supportive roles to the
male executive.
Among the realistic factors
responsible for this condition,
the following were cited:
Women have not sought
top professional leadership on
the assumption that such posts
were closed to them. It is wom-
en's timidity or reluctance to
work under conditions of se-
vere pressure, rather than dis-
ci imination on the basis of sex,
that iias kept them out of these
positions.
0 As long as Federation
leadership is largely in the
ry over prejudicial attitudes
from the business world in deal-
ing with women professionals,
this situation is not likely to
change. As changes occur in the
general society, the field of Jew-
ish communal service will bene-
fit as well.
While more and more
women have been gaining ac-
cess to decision-making power
in boards of Federations, these
women, by and large, are not
as hospitable as one would ex-
pect to the idea of a woman in
the position of Federation ex-
ecutive director.
MOST OF the respondents in
this group felt that leadership
in the Jewish community must
not wait for change in the gen-
eral social conditions, but an-
ticipate it by recognizing appli-
cants for positions of major re-
sponsibility on the basis of

vl!"

Opportunities
For Women
In Social Work
By DR. SARA FEINSTEIN
. i. *
/
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr.
Sara Feinstcin, director
of Jewish Education and
Culture, Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Chi-
cago, delivered an ad-
dress at the 11th annual
meeting of the N
Conference of ,'
Communal Service at
Grossinger's HoU
June. The following
some excerpts.)
ability to do a job.
They pointed out that there
is a growing awareness that to
sacrifice. the level of skill for
some archaic notion about role
of differentiation, on the basis
of sex, is foolish and wasteful.
"It is not a matter of justice or
injustice" said one Federation
executive, "but relates rather to
an evolving democratization oi
our society and the field of
Jewish communal service in
particular."
THE JEWISH community
must go at a faster pace than
other professional fields, he felt,
so as to encourage women of
leadership potential to gain the
qualifications and experience
so they can be available wher
the opportunities arise.
Leading professionals in the
Association of Jewish Communi-
ty Relations Workers reported
that while the condition of wom-
en in this field is improving
steadily they have a longer
road to travel, than their male
colleagues, as they move up-
ward.
THE STATUS of women pro-
fessionals who are exceptionally
talented and highh dedicated
has risen substantially in tiiis
-. salary diff<
"" ''-
creasing promotional opportuni-
jecau .'
ry.
"A relatively tar |e \ re nt-
. .
an execute e in tins field, "do
. sec ositions with heavy
msi >ility because they
mi to supplement their
husband's income with a mini-
pressure job. Thus, having
started at a lower salary level,
even when promoted to top
echelon positions in their re-
spective organizations, women
may not command salaries
commensurate .with their male
counterparts "
On the other hand, states
another Lading woman execu-
tive in a major Jewish organiza-
tion, "women today who seek
top management jobs are pre-
pared for long hours and diffi-
cult pressures. They have so ar-
ranged their marriages and
their relationship with their hus-
bands and families that this ar-
rangement is an acceptable life
stvle for them."
SHE POINTS out that in the
agency she heads, women often
work harder than their male
counterparts, merely because it
is harder for them to establish
their reputations, as competent
professionals, without extra
work.
In the 35 years as a profes-
sional in the field of Jewish
Community Relations, one re-
spondent reports, the employ-
ment and promotion of women
in executive positions has im-
proved "from slow progress to
considerable change."
But current practice varies
from agency to agency and of-
ten within agencies. In some
agencies women command top
jobs and top salaries, equal to
men in similar positions.
In other instances there is no
question but that a man occupy-
ing such an important position
^ould receive a significantly
figher ^alary. Generally speak-
ing, many fine opportunities
exist for women in this field.
Some serve as department heads
and others as regional office di-
rectors.
UNTIL RECENTLY, women
merited the post; of department
ds i ri ia ily in research, of-
fice management, personnel, or-
fice administration, or intercu
rural-education programs and
curriculum development Those
jobs that require policy develop-
ment, major contact with la\
leadership, supervision of Other
professional staff, or contact
with police, were customarily
reserved for men. and this ap-
l ears to be changing.
Currently a very small frac-
tion of CRC top executives ai a
women although the president
of this associate group is i
woman. The proportion is slight-
ly higher for assistant executive
directors.
"WHILE OSTENSIBLY any
position is available to a quali-
fied woman in the community
relations field, subtle indica-
tions of sex discrimination do
persist." said the respondent
who saw hopeful signs in that
more and more women are com-
ing into CRC fund-raising.
At second and "third "levels o?
management and professional
employment, it is reported that
there is a steady expansion of
opportunities for women. "White
not totally eliminated, the bar-
Continued on Page 16-C
Warmest Greetings at This Festive Holiday!!
MRS. ERNEST L. HALLBAUR

and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD A. MESH
and RONNA and SCOTT
MR. AND MRS. LARRY SILVERSTEJN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD KUSHNER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. GABRIEL NAHMIAS
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT RUBIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE ELBAUM
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. VICTOR REJTER
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
i -
MRS. JACK SWERDLIN MR. AND MRS. MOISE COSICHER
and FAMILY and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. JULIAN GOLDSTEIN
and CHILDREN
Jonathan and Michael
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. HERZL HALPERIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES SIMON
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL SLAPIN
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
MR. AND MRS. THEODORE ZALLES
and FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA
'' *
MR. ABE FREED
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA



iber 28, 1975
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1-6011
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nuka To All ..
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tVICE
f. 27th AVE.
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WHILE VOIJ
iWAIT SERVICE
fREE check-up
I nd trucks. On
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te tock rebuilt
ick-up and deliv-
Fgest radiator shop
8 a.m. to S p.m.
ALL MAJOR
CARDS
Street, Hialeah
J988
Kamin
! Coleman
Margoluis
JOVE
lNERS &
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lore Plaza
Grove
M44-2566
^nuka To All. ..
Ni Pharmacy
[DRUG STORES
Jnplete Selection
l*s Candies
Dtivry
el Way 221-8222
IWU. Coral Oablea
JP-172t
f.lAvi. 854-S428
Brlv M1-78S1
IS TO ALL
IARMACY
, ft Mon.y OraUr*
delivery
n^th AVENUE
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Jewish Community Centers and YM and YWHAS affiliat-
ed with JWB emphasize creative Jewish programming
led to Jewish holidays and to other aspects of the
American Jewish experience. These Center nursery
school children in costumes have come out of a house
shaved like a giant dreidel to reenact the Chanukah story
of Judah Maccabee. JWB publishes a Chanukah Manual,
plays, candlclighting ceremonies, and other program ma-
terials for the use of Jewish communities in the U.S. and
Canada.
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
CYCLE MART
STORES INC.
14197 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY 238-5080
and
9541 BIRD ROAD -221-2123
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, INC.
6270 N.W. 37TH AVENUE
Phone 696-1430
RENATO LEVI, President
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
WHEELER-WALKER, INC.
3811 N.W. 2nd Avenue
JACK WALKER, President
576-0130
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
HIGGINBOTHAM
TIRE and ART GALLERY
3300 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone 443-4816
JOHN F. ALLISON
WISHES THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
BLUE BIRD BAKERY
9449 MILLER DRIVE -:- MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 271-1235
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 893-5351
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Ponce De Leon Beauty Salon
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral tables
Phone 445-2631
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
SUN GOLD INDUSTRIES INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
Miami 6705 N.W. 84th Avenue 592-7500
Fort Lauderdale 3950 S.W. 47th Avenue 851-1902
A Happy Holiday To Our Friends and Customers
SEE OUR
BATH BOUTIQUE AND SHOWROOM
AT
4119 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
PHONE 443-1596
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
BANK OF MIAMI
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue
759-4321
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MORTGAGE BANKERS
EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
1318 N.W. 7th St., Miami Phone 324-4000
Holiday Greetings To All...
BARTON'S Bonbonniere
New Israeli Gift Department
Phone 538-0409
424 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
STAN CHANtY-UCENSID LOCKSMITH
Deadlocks Installed Burglar & Fire Alarms
Rekeying Panic Devices
Your Safety & Security Our Special Problem
Ask About the Beast!
775 N.W. 178th Terrace Phone 652-6350
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
MELOJSY'S WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 866-3601
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Frederich's)
MIAMI 651-9394
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
I %li\\i:<-ii: SHOE SALON
"The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., little River 758-6302
Best Wishes To All ..
CHAYT REAl ESTATE LICENSE SCHOOL
3915 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-8934
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
PORTEL SERVICE CENTER
FOREIGN CAR SPECIALISTS
COMPLETE LINE of NEW, USED & RECAPPED TIRES
8250 N. Miami Ave. 757-3371


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Page 15-C
Jews Of
y or them
Ireland
tied from Page 3-C
; societies, a youth club
indoor sports. A major
ring point is its dining room
m opens four times weekly
is the only kosher restau-
in Northern Ireland.
IE MOST popular outdoor
of the younger set is, of
se, golf. Their own club is
at the Institute, but they
at the Fort William golf
fse one of the meeting
es for the middle classes of
eligious denominations. Last
the club captain was a
;re are serious thoughts
: moving the Institute
ably to the synagogue and
son Community Center
jlex. The neighborhood
nd the Institute is on the
tie. and the Jews have mov-
;rther up Antrim Road to
city's northern boundaries.
[institute now lies between
track and a fortified army
. Its once popular tennis
now lie in ruins.
|.ME OF the Jews consider
community's isolation as
peatest bane, while others
[d it as a blessing in dis-
Mrs. Tamara Selig, wife
; of the communal lead-
comes from Whitley Bay,
|Njwcastle.
says: "In Whitley Bay
we never had more than
|wish families, but our iso-
. was.fllwaysi offset by the
mi;y of the larger corn-
in Newcastle."
contrary view came from
Solomon, secretary of
Dngregation. He says that
lisses the warmth and in-
ly of his Belfast congrega-
nhen attending services in
Dn or elsewhere.
Ippy Chanuka To All ..
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[JEWELERS
112 SEYBOLD BUHDINO
3* N.t. 1st STREET
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. 232-2430
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Jewish families in the military are increasing. Their chil-
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That's where JWB comes in. These children at Fort Ord
watch the Jewish chaplain, endorsed and served by JWB,
light Chanukah candles. JWB also has a Unified Jewish
Education Curriculum, which makes it possible for chil-
dren to move from base to base without having their Jew-
ish education interrupted.
J_jest Wishes for a
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Phone B65-3205


Page 16-C
vjewisti Ftcridtor
Friday, November 28,
Opportunities for Women
Continued from Page 12-C
riers have, been reduced and
salary differentials narrowed,"
several have indicated.
In identifying the major
factors leading to change, the
following were cited: 'The Law
of the Land" and "women them-
selves," are probably respon-
sible for this awareness.
SLOWLY BUT surely, as more
and more qualified women de-
mand equal treatment in Com-
munity Relations, the "old
gu?i-d" leadership will move
over and make way for the new
generation.
Reports on the status of wom-
en in the Jewish Center field
appear to indicate that women
have achieved a high degree of
equality in terms of opportuni-
ty, responsibility, recognition
and compensation, with the ex-
ception of the executive director
level.
Twice as many women than
men serve in "line" or direct
service positions. An equal
number serve on sub-executive
levels. There are no women
executive directors of JCCs ex-
cept in small communities,
where very small facilities are
in operation, or in branches of
large "Js" in large metropolitan
areas.
An executive director of a
major Jewish community report-
ed that on the basis of a staff
survey, women prefer jobs that
do not call for evening and
weekend work. "As women be-
come more prepared to meet
demanding schedules they are
likely to move into top execu-
tive positions.
"Thus, the Jewish Center field
appears to be faced with a self-
selection factor, in regard to
professional goals, rather than
unjust exclusion of women
from desiied positions," he
stated.
THERE APPEARS to be no
preferential treatment of men
with regard to hiring, promo-
tion and pay in the Jewish
Center field. Equal pay for equal
work is generally regarded as
standard operating procedure in
this field. Salaries are differen-
tiated, however, on the basis of
MSW degrees vs. academic de-
grees.
The major factor, to affect
the potential of women adverse-
ly, is the question of long-term
career goals. The possibility
that because of marriage a
woman may choose to defer her
own career plans in favor of
her husband's often tips the
balance toward selecting a man
rather than a woman for a top
position.
Despite some feeling that
"chauvinistic attitudes" on the
part of boards of directors per-
sist, there appear to be rela-
tively few obstacles in the way
of women who seek to achieve
any professional status which
they desire in the Jewish Center
field.
AMONG THE recommenda-
tions made for correcting the
iniquities that do exist was the
suggestion that discriminatory
practices be exposed in the pro-
fessional association and that
the associations, in turn, set and
interpret standards to the lay
leadership.
It may be of some significance
that this group had the highest
number of respondents and the
greatest consensus between
their replies. Based on long
years of experience in this field,
leading professionals reported
noticeable shifts since the mid-
dle 30's, from a preponderance
of women in top executive posi-
tions to their present status of
middle to lower levels of em-
ployment, in Jewish Family
Service agencies.
Several outstanding women
have given professional leader-
ship to this field in the past but
as they retired they were in-
variably replaced by men.
PROFESSIONAL opportunities
for women in family case work
are still excellent except with
the possible exception of the
top executive jobs. On a sub-
executive level, on the super-
visory level and on the practi-
tioner level there are far more
women than men.
On these levels there appear
to be no differentials in pay.
Men in these positions are evi-
dently more successful in ne-
gotiating for, and eventually
getting, a higher salary. Out of
a sense of "selfless dedication"
women in one specific instance
were reluctant to support de-
mands for progressive action
with regard to advances in pay,
a too executive reported.
AMONG THE factors cited as
impediments to women's up-
ward and onward moves such
items as lack of "career mo-
bility." "hang ups about self-
worth," "reluctance to compete
with male counterparts," and
"irrational male biases" were
mentioned.
There was a strong feeling
that the under-representation
of men on the practitioner level
has placed this field at a dis-
advantage. Men are perceived
mainly as the agency chiefs
and their virtual absence from
the vital components of direct
human contact with clients is a
serious deprivation of an im-
portant value in this field of
service.
"Women who have been the
architects of this field, having
served as theoreticians, pro-
gram planners and administrat-
ors, have yielded way to men,"
writ*,5 one woman executive.
"PERHAPS IN a psychological
sense, this proves the very the-
sis which seems to be challeng-
ed now, namely, that social
work, particularly family and
child welfare service, has the
same relation to society as a
mother has to her family, yet
who can deny that motherhood
involves decision making, stand-
ard setting, discipline, goal
constructionideas usually as-
sociated with the man's role."
As we begin to see more in-
terchangeability of roles in our
society, women may again as-
sume the positions of profes-
sional leadership that have
made Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Health Service such a
flourishing field.
The issue of women has led
to the development of many pro-
grams dealing with this very
subject. Among the recommen-
dations stated were the need
for sensitizing agency and Fed-
eration boards to distinct ad-
vantages to be gained from in-
terchangeable professional roles
in this field, and for alerting
young and capable women to
the fact that this appears to be
a promising field for women
and that no serious barriers to
their seeking their maximal
challenge exist.
PERHAPS THE younger wom-
en will be less fearful to try to
overcome the obstacles that
are still there.
The status of women in the
geriatric field is probably even
somewhat better than in other
fields. Because services to the
elderly are becoming increas-
ingly health related they draw
heavily upon fields that are
traditionally women oriented,
that is, nursing, occupational
and physical therapy, recrea-
tion
However, women also appear
to hold such positions as comp-
troller, mental health adminis-
trator, research project direct-
or, department head.
"At present, women have a
large number of positionsthe
one area that still remains some-
what limited, however, is the
area of administration," states
an executive director of a major
geriatric center.
ONE REASON given for this
lag in professional opportunity
is that boards of directors tend
to feel more comfortable with
male executive directors. An-
other reason given is that pro-
fessional schools do not gradu-
ate too many female specialists
in health administrationa re-
quirement for top executive po-
sitions in this field.
It is reported that there does
not appear to be discriminatory
practice in regard to hiring
women, or in the rates of pay
offered to them. In geriatric
centers more and more women
are employed in all professional
positions. Strong feeling was ex-
pressed that as more and more
women become interested in
health fields they will also be-
gin to qualify for top executive
positions.
Because of woman's special
predilection for being in direct
human contact with clients, and
because she tends to put just a
little extra of herself into her
work, she may not be as ready
to get into "grantmanship,"
"budget implementation," "fund
raising." "budgeting" and over-
all "administration."
"THE OPPORTUNITIES may
be there, but progress is a rela-
tive term." said one experienced
executive. "Homes for the aged
do utilize women more fully
than other fields. Do women in
this field want the responsibility
that comes with the demand of
institutional administration?
Evidently not much." ho added.
The fields of Jewish Educa-
tion and Synagogue Administra-
tion lag far behind other fields
in terms of opportunities for
women.
"As teachers and consultants,
pay and opportunities are
equal," writes a director of a
Bureau of Jewish Education,
and "there has been an increase
in the number of women prin-
cipals of synagogue schools.
However, they often get their
positions because they will ac-
cept this responsibility for iess
than a man would work for."
IN SOME instances a woman
principal of a religious school
would feel that she is making a
contribution to the school by ac-
cepting a minimal salary.
Male dominated boards of
synagogues often tend to regard
the Jewish Education profes-
sional as a part volunteer. This
is reflected in attitudes toward
hiring, promotion and pay.
These attitudes, combined
with the usual male biases
prevalent in synagogue settings,
place the women professionals
in Jewish Education and Syna-
gogue Administration at a dou-
ble disadvantage. There are no
directors of Boards of Jewish
Education who are women in
the entire United States or
Canada.
WITH THE rising feminist
ferment, among young scholar-
ly women who seek to act upon
their Jewish and feminist im-
pulses, a stronger push by wom-
en into positions of decision
making, executives and practi-
tioners, may be expected.
Women currently studying
for the rabbinate are already
expressing a preference for
teaching rather than preaching.
There is now full consensus to
the idea that the more lay wom-
en elected to synagogue boards
of directors the more likely are
the barriers to come down. How-
ever, while many women may
tend to reject a woman in the
pulpit, they will more readily
welcome her in the study and
the administrative offices of the
synagogue.
IN CONCLUSION, while there
still are considerable impedi-
ments to the progress of women
into the top executive positions
in various fields of service in
the Jewish Communal Service
profession, the Ad Hoc Commit-
tee of the NCJCS, based on its
informal inquiry, confidently
state that there are fine oppor-
tunities in the Jewish communi-
ty for able highly trained and
experienced professionals who
are women.
Younger women seek
define their identity, as
and as Jews, can look fol
Jewish Communal Service!
for more personal satisfy
and professional reward
in many other pursuits. It".
be a struggle to reach the |
but it may well be worth theo
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MODERN ISRAEL: Arab farmer astrida a donkey breaks through a military
convoy. The near-garrison state and the enemy of a Jewish State mix daily
as israel seeks to replay the ancient Cnanukah miracle of the temple cleans-
ed cf alien occupants and Jewish life raborn.
* frnisti fhrndfiann
in nFFENSE- A soldier reminded of his religious doty by two Orthodox
youSfs who'heV him bind his phylacteries and don a yarmu.ke.
Friday, November 28, 1975 Section D
-
Secret
Mission
To
-
Jordan
By BORIS SMOLAR
t xs ONE afternoon, during a
pleasant chat at the Jew-
ish nc) headquarters in
Jerusalem with Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, who was at that ti
a member of the Jewish \g n:y
and head of its Eco-
nomic Department, Dr. Neu-
mann asked me:
Would you like to accom-
pany me on a secret mission
tomorrow?"
Dr. Neumann, like other
members of the Jewish Agency
Executive, often confided in me
matters of secrecy. His ques-
tion, naturally, intrigued me.
"Where to?" I wanted to
know.
"To Transjordan."
HIS ANSWER came as a com-
plete surprise to me. All traffic
between Palestine and Trans-
jordan had to pass over the Al-
lenby Bridge which was the
border between these two ter-
ritories under the British Man-
datory Government. This bor-
der was heavily patrolled for
Continued on Page 2-D
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Page 2-D
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Friday, November 2>
Happv Chanuka Tit All
Patterson Body Shop
Auto Repair Service
825 s.w. a* courr
MIAMI 33130
TO I **)>
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
nny '.-. t. ~ r-%
70C BRICK EU AVENUE
MLAftf
PHONE 377-O071
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THOMSON, MdCINNON, AUCNINOOSS
end KOHUKYEft, IMC.
MM LINCCUI ROAD MALL. MIAM. BEACH 3313S
Telephone 538-6711
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Expresses S'mctn Wishes
for 9 HcpV
CHANUKA TO All...
253 N W 22rd lane 573 2510
Tc Al' Oui Friends odC Patron* Most Hcpcy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO.. INC.
Established .S38
ROOF REPAIRING ano SWEET METAl WORK
573 N.W. 71 r STREET
758-1609 751-2871
A HAPPY CHAXUK,\ TO ALL .
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PAINT AND BODY WORK
Ou' d'j9r%r"ea voi.' Satisfaction
'900 NE 154h STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
Y S GREETINGS TO ALL .
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Phcne 443-0620
V/JflV H/.PPY CHAM KA TO ALL
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Residential Commercial Industrial Wiring
24 Hour Emergency Service
1172C NE. SECOND AVENUE
P ease Call 751-8946 Stewart G. Penny, President
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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IN THE PROFESSIONAL ARTS CENTER
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FORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HQUDAY GttETJNGS
Secret Mission
Continued from Pace 1-D
the purpose of preventing Pale*-
tmiar. -ew> frorr. eaten:i
TraiRiordan
E lau-r Kmj: Abdullah
MajflvdM .vas one of the
few Araos who MtaM
Mfe-AMb co-existence Irs
he was to pay for th.s MM
with ni- life Bu: v.htn he was
titular ruie! ot Trons ordan. the
Mandatory Go.<_ hapl
h?" under heel
He hac nolicy
because hi> inrwmf cor
of a 'ea-i; Mbaidj frorr the
Brmsr (SevenmaM and also
because British military of'
vvc:t in charg.- of hi- small
arm> the Arab Legfcm.
BRITAIN'S polio was
Jew* fhuuiii not set foot in
EDITORS mm This is
une of rhe chapters of
Boris Smclar s forthcom-
ing took in which he re-
lates hithereto unreported
experiences in contempo-
rary Jewish history which
can now be revealed
BORIS SMOLAK
Arab co-existence
or buy land or
other pro-x-rtv tr.ere
"Do you reaili thm> we can
get into Transjordan tomor-
row?" Mtod Dr. Neumann
"1 > serious, he re-
el "Another memoet of the
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1
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I are anng to J
before fmm Our mj,
secret t'- tven the
Govermr.tr-
the Aret
about :
incognit. .--
Kmir AoouUah
Wen. :
before l
a sou! or th ^'
br me: r, on
confidant M
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of Mm m M :
about our i
wh i-
EAJtL\ IMF.
the
the horizon I
Jewisr.
rc-ady lor the
-We I) be
hour? '.j \
don't have
m ith yi.u
We were v
member of the
u.-.ccutn*. a
nany u- and in
Dr. Hrr an -
our notion.
w i. tog i
agreemen:
and to tea land
said- '"Iin-
land Vll. be
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Measuring Specialises
Tropb-es and Shirts
1227 N E 2nd Ave
Phone 374-0642
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rh^r 2640601
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JEWELERS
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ili.-y Diamonds Since 1868. Greenieo! & Crosby
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Phone 885-3562
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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
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Phone 576-0570
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257 Mirnclp M:le 448-5113
Coral Gables
I
like itto say
nothing of the Mufti and his fol-
rs, This o against
" EnTir has
is to silence "
d
a ory Gov-
50 his
iked.
Dr. Neumann
i i
Colonial Of-
wants to ma
indon and he wants to
ah pomp
and in luxury. But he di
igh money -even if he
Of the British
Government.
would cost him at least
$25,000, and he doesn't have it.
He can't borrow either because
this wouldn't be proper for a
in of his stature. So it oc-
curred to him that he could se-
cretly sell land to us for
S25.000.
"THROUGH a Jew in Jeru-
salem whose family has been
here for generations and who
feels at home with the Arabs,
with whom he's been doing
business since the time Trans-
jordan and Palestine were part
ot Turkey, one of Emir Abdul-
lah's closest advisors info
the- Jewish Agency that the
Emir is willini ; .ui in
his country to a Jewish I
for 5.000
the time i to
The Jewish .-.. ncy, o
o ted the i ffer im n I ;
ill don't knov
ih will approve the d i'
when they find out
but we're c i inting on tht
refrain fn
Abdullah Dr. Neu-
mann said.
"At any rate, n s important
for us to get it di.\.n on papei
that the ruler ol Transjordan
is selling us land." he went on.
"That's why we're going on
this secret mission to meet an
rized representative of
Emir Abdullah's somewhere i i
Transjordan' not far from
Palestine border and go tin
the formalities. Getting Jewish
land in Transjordan will b
historic achievement."
THE OTHER member of the
Jewish Agency Executive who
was authorized to accompany
Dr. Neumann to Transjordan
to make the secret deal turned
out to be Dr. Heshl Farbs/.icjn,
a Mizrachi leader, who had been
prominent in the Orthodox
Zionist movement.
He came to Jewish Agency
In Memory of those who have Ripened and Fallen off the Vine
and to our sweet Young Blossoms which have
been blown off the Vine.
The Moyshe Zilber Family
HARRIET and MILT GREEM
and children Bunny and Dennis
wish their relatives and friends
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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SPRINKLER COMPANY
2430 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-1182
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO.ALL .
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HARRY KESSMAN, President
95 N.E. 73rd Street Phone 751-0815
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135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
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INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida 33132
Phone 373-6504
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4557 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 661-8629
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1922"
,UR WORK IS AS "" "- IHUKiii^oa*
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for : '
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with nr
I
11 .'
DR. PARBSZTEJN
:;
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the firal ms a tl
manner. He later .
as a treasured m
A car a
three of us in the courtyard of
the Jewish Agency* l had
seen the man, at th<
among the >.;:.,,
chauffeurs. Ha a- in fad
Aratapeaking .kv. iron. Jeru-
salem who was the mterraei
between Emir .Abdullah am
Jewish Agency. He, o! co
Continued on Page 4-D
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PHONE 531-8945
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YOIXG
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538-5492
ELI LINIADO
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FROM
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Complete Real Estate Service
extend best wishes for
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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Realtor
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Puppies, Hamsters,
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Phone 235-1821
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Etc. With Amazino 95% results
Over 45 Years Experience
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FOR OVER FIVE DECADES
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377-8941
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OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PEXRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
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(Celebrating Our 56th A
3555 N.W. 74th St. -696-7620
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learn To Drive" .,
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Phone 866-5421
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23rd Street Standard Station
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Secret Mission
Continued -from Page 3-D '
spoke Hebrew too. He looked
at his wristwatchit was about
six a.m.
"We'll be there in three
hours." he told us.
HE DIDN I say another word-
until we got to the Allenby
Bridge. There were Palestinian
policemen at one end of the
bridge and Transjordanian po-
licemen at the other. We crossed
the frontier without any dif-
ficulties.
Dr. Naumann and I had
American passports and Dr.
Forbsztejn had a Polish one.
We were foreign citizens and
the Palestine border guards did
not care about our destination.
After about a quarter of an
hour's drive on the Trans-
jordanian side, our car came
suddenly to a halt in an empty
field.
Neither Dr. Neumann nor Dr.
Farbsztejn could understand
why the car suddenly stopped.
Nothing was wrong with the car
itself that would force us to
stop. The only person who ap-
parently did know the reason
but said nothingwas the Jew
from Jerusalem who was at the
the wheel.
BORN IN Falestine into a
family that had been there for
generations, he was doing busi-
ness with Arabs for many years.
After keeping us in the field for
about ten minutes, he finally
revealed his secret:
"I agreed to wait here for the
Emir's confidante, who will
guide us from here." he said.
"I myself don't know where to
go from here or where we have
to meet to sign the agreement.
Only the man who has to meet
us here knows where. He should
bi here any minute now. He
Knows the approximate time
we'd be waiting for him."
The sun was coming up over
the Hills of Moab. The ai. was
fresh and cool. The area was
completely flat and green. In
contrast to Palestine, where the
earth was yellow and sandy,
the earth here was completely
covered with grass.
BUT THERE wasn't a soul in
sight. There were no houses,
not even any tents belonging to
Arab noraads who wander un-
der the open sky from one place
MR. and MRS.
ROGER D. SOMAN
WISH YOU ALL A S\
. i
HAPPY CHANUKA
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. HARRY HOLTZMAN
and Family of .. .
RELIABLE AUTO LEASING & RENT-A-CAR
1130 5th Street, Miami Beach
Telephone 672-1250
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
A & P BAKERY SUPPLY
& EQUIPMENT COMPANY
3590 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 6354)845
R. H. Gregory & Associates
RICHARD H. GREGORY, C.L.U.
Suite 210/Glades Professional Building
8353 S.W. 124 Street/Miami, Florida 33156
Phone (305) 253-7060 -
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REALTY
1 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-7401
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
WEST CASH & CARRY BLDG.
MATERIALS OF MIAMI, INC.
50 N.E. 181st STREET
Phone 652-2877
Compliments of
HERBERT L. WEINER, C.L.U.
INSURANCE CONSULTANT
2600 Douglas Road, Suite 710, Coral Gables Florida 33134
Phone 442-0333
to another in Transjordan La I
er, however, we were to %l
nomads in the emwy fields
As long as we hnd to wait fa
the Ernie"* r*t*esem,itive i
decided to leave the car and
out into the fields to breatLl
the fresh early morning ^1
Waiting for him also made the!
trip more mysterious. \Ve didaJ
know whether the emissary!
would come in a car or on al
donkey or on foot.
We now knew from the Jt.
ish intermediary who brought
us here that he would be |
dressed in Arab garb and would
ha-.e t> give a secret password
in Arabic.
After about a quarter of aj
hoar's wait, we saw a figurel
in the distance coming closer!
and closer to us. That's proo.|
ably the man we're waiting for"
said the Jew from Jerusalem
NONE OF us noticed how he I
had gotten .u where he was!
when we spotted him. As far as
the eye could sec there were'
no houses and he had then
apparently come in a car ^
a point where he could see ^
through his field glasses.
Ihe car apparently turned
back a little and he started coro-j
Continued on Page 14-D
1 Happy Chanuka To AH
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2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
A Happy Chanuka To 1
masters gardens
florist
5242 W. Flagler Street
Phone 448-4655
BEGONA FORIST
6803 S.W. 40th Street
Phone 667-2394
Flower Arrangements Special
prices for the HoUdayt
Holiday Greetings
Vanair, Inc.
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W.Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach
Phone 9493374
Hopdv Holiday To My
many friends and clients
M. 0. FUTCH, REALTORS
"Better Class Homes
Since 1923"
975 Arthur Godf>.v Roed
538-1843 Miami Beach
A Happy Chanuka To M
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Phone 624-7347, *45-7lM
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Jay,
November 28, 1975
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Firs.' Israeli troops to cross the Suez Ca-
re,: in the October, 1973 War confer on
strategy. Extreme right is the Israeli dip-
lomat who served as a consul in South
{Africa and was later killed by a terrorist
in Johannesburg. Middle is Eli Gil-Bar
who saw the trooper standing next to him
killed by a mine within an hour after the
crossing. Gil-Bar was uninjured.
A Happy Chanuka To All
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..---. :*.CO.
-- ,. > -
VARIETY Si ORE
1201 Washington Avenue
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WISTCHESm
CLEANERS
liir coral way
WESTCmSTOI SHOPPING PLAZA
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 264-7733
\A Happy Chanuka To All
STANLEY BORNSTEIN
[SEMINOLE
Tile Co.
13305 S.W. 88th Avenue
\A Happy Chanuka To A\
I The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
1119 SVM-f* Miami
5456728
1653 Celling >mi Beack
Ph. 531 -4773
1138 N... iranay Drive
Phone a^6 5929
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DiCK
RICHMOND
h- Wne /Hen's Clothes
201 E. FI.Bl*r Street
300 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Pompon o Fashion Square
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432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-8533
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CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
NEW AND USED CARS
10943 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
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. 3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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{Formerly Florida Upholstery Supply Co^facO,
3731 N.W. 71st St., Miami
Phones 836-9718
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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5050 E. 11th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 681-3244
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2160 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-4221
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* WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE ar\d SAAALL LEAKS *
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Phone 885-1641
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
PHONE: 661-3403
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2170 N.E. 123rd Street
(Broad Causeway)
ALAN HEILPERN
President
A Happy Chanuka From Julie Nadler
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Electrical Appliances -:- Plumbing Supplies
1121-1123 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 531-9059
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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3495 N.W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 573-6655
Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka To All...
ANTON'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
3695 N.W. 183rd Street 624-3854
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
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I860 N.W. 75th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 696-7901
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL .
MILLER AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS, INC
Commercial Laundry Equipment
SALES SERVICE LEASING
6300 NW 77th Court Phone: 592-3320


P-age 6-D
> AVs+itf FkridlifiF
Friday, November
2i
.1 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Oaviff Harmnn't STUDIO OP FIOWFRS
21 N. E. 36th Street Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone 576-00CO
Compliments of
Tirst National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"Bamk With A Srnil* On folm Springs Milt"
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL .
GARY-LILLY OF FLORIDA
2901 N.W. 34th Street 635-5341
LILLY PULITZER
A HAPPY HOLIDAY "O ALL .
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Holiday Greetings
ROBERT MULET DESIGNS
Interior Designs
Phone: 854-1254
265 Shore Drive, East Bay Heights, Florida
and Brickell Bay Club
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1455 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 379-4008
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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3273 N.W. N. River Drive 635-0234
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .. .
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"Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS-Phone 757-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424-N.E. 2nd Avenue-Emergency: 895-2738, 893-3758
MR- AND MRS. MORRIS FUTERNICK II
AND CHILDREN
CATHIE, FRANK, LEE, JEFF and MARC
WISH FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kane
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL .
CLIMATROL CORPORATION
SAM FAPORE, President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 592-5260
| TAD IT not been for the in-
tense patriotic fervor of a
merchant philanthropist mem-
ber of a distinguished Jewish
family, which early settled in
the United States, the1-Bunker
Hill Monument the famous
historic Boston landmark
mipht never have been com
pleted.
Construction of the monu-
ment, commemorating the Bat
tie of Bunker Hill. June 17
1775, whose 200th anniversary
was recently celebrated, was
actually given up at-one' point,
according to data on file at the
headrjuarters of the American
Jewish Historical Society in
Waltham. Mass.
Tins WAS in 1840. Work
had stopped some years before
on the memorial, whose cor-
nerstone was laid by Lafayette
on the 5tth anniversary of the
battle.
In 183*," nmos T^awrence of
Boston had offered to give
SI0,000, half the amount need-
ed, provided that the balance
was subscribed "but there was
no response despite the elo-
quent pleas of Edward Everett
and Daniel Webster."
The shortage came to the at-
tention of Judah Touro in New
Orleans. A former resident of
Boston, born in Newport, R.I..
June 16, 1775. he had always
been proud of the fact that he
Modern Chanukah Miracle:
Touro And
Bunker Hill
By LEO SHAPIRO
had been born on the eve of
the" great battle.
HE RESPONDED immediately
hut *lth ttii- stipulation that
the donor's name remain anony-
mous. That was not possible.
however, and the fact that the
fund* were at last available was
the cause of general rejoicing
throuphout the country.
Touro was so unhappy that
his name had been published
that he is reported to have told
friends that he would have re-
voked his gift "had it not been
for the apprehension that his
real motives would have been
misunderstood."
When the finished monument
was dedicated June 17, 1843.
there was a banquet in Fancuil
Hall honoring Lawrence and
Touro. Daniel Webster was the
orator. President John Tyler at-
tended' and r* Mort0l
could lot b -resent ',
WpoOial PW : the'oca.
THEIR GENEROSITY-:
to,,ed '** rim *
ly attriP--.: d Oliver Wa
Holmes:
"Amo* .-,,' :,idahvene
names. Pat i and nn
press thi- claims
eenerou.i c 'inning-
to necW E aids the l
by giving it check, Christ
and Jtv. carrv out
plan. For though of differ
faith, ea heart a Mjj!
On Tou death, the u_
Hill MonuTieni Associauoal
the mot i chard Fn
ham. th< ian, ado
rrsoluti IT
"In t, ol JudahtJ
f Ne< ns the Bel
Hill lloi Association!
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+Jcisl fkridffor
Page 7 i>
an early, liberal and de-
ed friend, flQW memory
ever be held in high st>
i and whose noble contri-
j ins to writable and patrio-
nurPOaM "ever be for-
ten.
h)'JRO, described as a great
I lie n patriot who put love
country above all else in
of danier. joined the mi-
in the defense of New Or-
j duriBfl the Wa- of 1812
was one of L3 Americans
ltnd'"d in that engagement
repeatedly -''lowed his
ti'c spirit by auMUtg civic
patriotic movements when-
thty were brought to his
pinion, observes Leon Huli-
in his "The Lift of Judah
duo."
iud>ih Touro quietly and
iv sth amassed fortune
Ifch He used) largely m his
to I'iifve distress and mis
; mi without regard to race.
01 creed.
rilF, STORV is told. :n Morris
Gutstein's boo. "Aaron
nd Judah rouro," of
Be poor missionaries from the
Hstlans of Palestine who met
jh deaf ears wher. they ap-
fcched sewn! rich men of
n\ Orleans for help in re-
tiding their cliurcli in Jeru-
|em.
t\\ 'livolous gentJeman. in
hi-iii suggested that they
Hoi day Greetings *o All
[Our Friends a"d 3trons
infon & Muskat
REALTORS
Out New Location
Suite 402
effrrson Nafl. Bank Bldg.
J01 Arthur Godfrey Road
HOLIDAY GRcE NGS
STOBS BROS,
lonstructicn Co.
J. ROBERT STOS5 SR.
r010 N.E. 4th Court. Miami
Phone 751-1692
:.' ,;> (.":'.0.: > All
JAUST ROCFING INC.
Al! Types of Residentiel
iust.ial & Commgicial Roofi
J030 SW 38th Ave. Miami
Phono: 445-5891
HAFPY CHANUKA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
DR. and MRS.
[HYMAN ROSENKRANZ
FAMILY and STAFF
ippy Chanuka To All
IPONT PLAZA
iVEL SERVICE
ive/ Accommodations
Biscayne Blvd. Way
i, Fla. 371 -1311
turn to Mr. Touro.
"He suhscribed $200 and they
soon returned to thank that
frivolous gentleman' for di-
recting them to 'so liberal a
Christian.' "
When a "Presbyterian, later a
Unitarian church in a growing
business section ol New Or-
leans was forced to s-.-ll its
property because it could not
raise required funds. Touro out-
bid every prospective buyer,
turned the keys over to the
minister, and paid for the addi-
tional expense of keeping the
building in repair.
THfc MINISTER, the Rev.
Theodore Clapp, said that Touro
had been urged several times to
tear the building down and
build a block of stores and that
on one occasion he told a man
who had made a very liberal of-
fer for.the property that there
was not enough money in the
world to buy it and that if he
could have his way there should
be a church on the spot "to the
end of time."
Touro continued for a period
of 28 years to give money, in
small sums, to the tune of $20,-
000 and when the church burn-
ed down he came to its aid
again, purchasing a small Bap-
tist chapel for the use of the
congregation until he could put
up a larger building.
ACCORDING TO Pastor
Clapp. "With generous profu-
sion he scattered his favors
broadcast over the wide field of
humanity,'' although, he added,
Touro "knew well that many of
the recipients of his bounty
hated the Hebrews and would,
if possible, sweep them into an-
nihilation."
Touro died Ian. 13, 1S54. at
the age of "9. Funeral services
were held in the Yeshuat Israel
Synagogue, now a national
shrine and commonly referred
to as the Newport Synagogue
Church bells tolled as the
community's dignitaries attend-
ed and throngs were outside
who couldn't get into the house
of worship which his father.
Isaac Touro. had served as Ha-
san minister more than 80
years before.
And when he was buried,
earth brought from Jerusalem
especially for that purpose, was
scattered over his grave.
AN EARLY Zionist, he was
one of the first Americans to
contribute to the colonization of
Palestine, through Warder C'res-
son of Philadelphia, who estab-
lished a Jewish agricultural
colony near Jerusalem about
1850. He also was instrumental
in founding in Hebrew Foreign
Mission Society in 1853 to help
Jews in foreign lands.
Touro established the infir-
mary-hospital in New Orleans
which bears his name and was a
Continued on Page 15-L
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Incorporated
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Phone 379-0041
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2256 Coral Way Phone 856-6741
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FROM
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Mimi, Gvlt Heidi, Jamie
HOLIDAY
WILLIAM DASS CARNIVAL SUPPLIES
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k 'TdpAM Vfmiiiil.\iii
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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and FAMILY
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fiorida ml inc
ia1ith moving 8 engineering contractors
miami. ilohioa 331ss
ItlfPHBNl BB1-8M8
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STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY UNDER THl
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PHONE: 861-3042
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465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Boach Phona 538 6707
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3190 COMMODORE PLAZA
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Phone- 444-2111
ASSISTANT MAYOR and MRS
THEODORE R. KELSON
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
WISH THLR FMINDS A HAPP/ CHANUKA :0 /
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Phone 221 9057
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*knist Ffrridiir
Friday, November 28, 1975
.
Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY CHAMKA
MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN
Hal W. Spaet
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Nunez Stationery
and Printing
5880 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
Phone 266-1260
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GEIGER DISTRIBUTORS
1139 N.W. 72nd Street Miami
Telephone: 836-1331
"Heating and Air Condition:ng"
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
OPEN FRI. TIL 9 P.M. CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
Compliments of
JERRY ROSENBERG
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
A UNITED AUTO RENTALS
STAN FROMAN
6760 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH 861-4405
Holiday Greetings From ...
. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
2308 Oaliano Street, Coral Gables Phone 443-i534
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
G and L ROOFING COMPANY
7814 N.E. 4th Court, Miami, Florida
Phone 757-1675 50 Years in Business
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
I (Mmil IS !AI I IMIIM.
SUPPLY CO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone 374-6444
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
MARTIN APPLIANCE
SALES & SERVICE, WASHERS, DRYERS & ELECTRIC RANGES
12327 N.E. 6th Ave.-REAR North Miami, Fla. Phone 895-0382
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
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INSURANCE
3350 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami Phone 446-2271
Excavation Predates Masada v
By RICHARD OESTER.MANN
JERUSALEMThe oldest J W<
ish ritual baths ever found
by archaeologists, predating
those at .V!asida by 150 to 200
years, were uncovered in the
Hebrew University's third s a-
son of excav;tion:-.. c -n ded
last .Vay. at the Hasn
| site, south ol
Jeri :1 o, at the i uuth ol idi
Kelt.
The excai ations w t: con-
th( Uru ersity's In-
with the
aid oi e nrnsnt
cf Judea and Samaria, the Ds-
I artment of Antiquiti of the
ind Cul-
ture, and the Israel Exploration
Society.
ASSISTANCE was also gi en
by the America-Isra 1 Cultural
Foundation. Supervisor of the
dig is architect Ehud Netzer
(Menczel), of the Universll
Institute of Archaeolcgy.
This season saw the con-
tinued uncovering of the Ha?
monean palace complex north
of Wadi Kelt, and in particular
the surroundings of the li.ge
swimming pool in which, it is
conjectured, the Hasmonean
high priest, Anstobolus the
mifrtt'jf1
I
Ancient Jewish oil lamp.
0
Third, was drewned by order
cf Kin? Herod.
To the W3*t rf the mol
block of buildings including
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO AIL
.ALJ
r
iia.
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 26th Street, Miami Beach
534-2194
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COURTESY FORD
15S55 S Dixie Highway
Phone 238-9211
SOUTH MIAMI
A HAPPY CHANUKA. TO All FROM .
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
SOUTHEAST INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENU
ADVANCE TUBULAR SCAffOLD STffl
SALES RENTAIS
PHOT! 635-24C8
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community From
PATIENTS CENTER
(LOU GROSSMAN)
Telephone: 445-2662
3121 Coral Way, Miami, Florida
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
From the Employees of
FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY
685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 531-6173
Holiday Greetings fiom Jack and Fred Bill
763rd STRUT CYCLi CENTER
(Opp. Beth Torah Temple)
Schwinn Bikes, Mechanical Repairs on all rvpe Bikes
1064 N.E. 163id Street Phone 9454541
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6429 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 261-4772
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
JIMMY'S PAINTING & DECORATING
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
1770 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida 33125
PHONE 866-2576
bath, shew^rs and ritual
u u> uncovered. This block ap-
par-, ntly underwent numerous
changes and transformation
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You Navar Pay Ma When
You Shop at Millar's Drug Slora
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VI'AMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N.E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
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SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N E. 79th Street j
Phone 754-5527
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PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Ikm/mlm Factory Metft4
tmmtt fftftae *cp4m fletifoli
8195 N.W... 17th AVE.
Phone 693-0221
P*t Teita, Owner
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from
MILTON LEWIS
AND FAMILY
TAX CONSULTANTS
Phone 532-8035
A Happy Chanuka To All
Venet.cn Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubriov
Phone 538-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O S BRANNON, Propneto:
""
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO
THE JEWISH COMUNITV
STELLAS
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
Phone 864-3611
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r
f
Friday, November 28, 1975
during the Hasmonean period,
a fact attesting to the prolonged
existence of the palace.
THE RITUAL baths found
here are the earliest known in
any archaeological find. Of spe-
cial interest is a luxurious bath
most probably used by the Has-
n-.cnean kings and featuring
devices for heating the immer-
sion pools within it. In some of
the pools there were found con-
cealed hundreds of articles,
mostly of pottery, from the end
of the Hasmonean period.
Among them is a rare vessel
Dlbling a horn of plenty.
The excavators this season
finished uncovering the large
reception hall in Herod's mag-
:ent winter palace, unsov-
ei d last winter. The founda-
tion of the ornamented marble
fl ir which had graced this
hall (and was stolen) is pre-
served almost in its entirety.
Under it, a decorative mosaic
fl or belonging to a villa was
revealed. It too is from the
H.-rodian period, and was there
before the palace was built.
THE REMNANTS of a large
dwelling from the 2nd Century
C.E. were uncovered in their
entirety in the course of the
excavations. This house was
apparently destroyed by fire
during the Bar Kochba revolt.
Outstanding among the fixtures
Continued on Page 13-D
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Page 9-D
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A-Happy Chanuka To All
'.INTERIORS
- BY

BEN'S SELTZER, INC.
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
a Happy Chanuka
PHONE 233-6140
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Chanuka To All
Mil t. WtlDMAN, INC.
5000 N Miami Ave., Miami
..Fhone 759-4971
.4 Happy Chanuka To All
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-8181
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from .
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
Prescription SpcilifN
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424
Happy Chanuka To All
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and
DR. JOAN HARRIS
Judi, Janice,
Jonathon and Joshua
-
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK-BARNEY IANDERS
GREETINGS... ISAIAH 53
COCONUT GROVE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Friday
Examining pottery at digs.
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SUPPLY. INC.
BILLIARD Commercial and Home Tables, Lamps, Cues
BOWLING Bells, Baas and Shoes
RECREATION EQUIPMENT Adult Games, Ping Pong,
Shuffleboard, etc.
651 N.W. 124 St., Nn'th Miami 688-2661
52 W. Oakland Park B'vd.. R. Lauderdale 563-6032
Smith Oivia h;'''. -' "k. ??. 251-9507
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WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
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Phone 758-1811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
STANDARD WELDING
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N C G Authorized Dealer
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Phone 6B1-4371
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COMPLETE CHINESE FOOD SERVICE
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
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PLUMBING SUPPLY
975 INTERAMA BOULEVARD
Phone: 949-0801
Chanukah Greetings To The Jewish Community
KEY ENTERPRISES, INC.
CHURCH SUPPLIERS
INTERIOR DESIGNERS AND CONSULTANTS
"SERVING ALL FLORIDA AND CARIBBEA"
6400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Phone 754-7575
CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM .
Credit Bureau of Greater Miami
14701 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 685-5911
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18901 N.E. 5th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phones: DADE: 652-2792 BROWARD: 525-7243
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"The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
2050 N.E. 151st St., N. Miami Beach 945-7538
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL .
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1677 W. 31st Place, Hi a lea h
Phone 822-1200
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Complete Line of Auto Parts and Speed Equipment
901 N.W. 62nd Street 758-3821
4535 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 665-3576
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1015 E. 29th Street, Hialeah
Phone 691-1481
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1050 E. 25th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691 -8515 HANK PENCHANSKY
BEST WISHES FROM .
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5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President

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41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
885-4146


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Friday, November 28, 1975
*'-' r..... i- '.^i
A Happy CKanuka To All
HOLLAND MACHINERY
CO. INC.
395 EAST 10th AVENUE
HI ALE AH 33010
HOLIDAY GREET!NGS FROM .
Earl' V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY, GEORGIA
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SERVICE, INC.
3529 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 573-4045
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
JACK AND DICK JONES
MIAMI FLORIDA
A HAPPV CHANUKA
ff om .
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252 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
1033 Kane Concours
Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach
PTJC& s |
I Boulevard
licensed Dispensing Opticians, Over 30 Years Experience
Tttcmos R. PetersMj i., end uenlo Pterson
251 N.E. 14* STREET MIAMI 371-7850
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FROM GEORGE MARGOLIS
ROWE MOTEL
6600 COLLINS AVENUE 666-1616
MIAMI BEACH
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260 N.W. 25th Street
Phone 576-3600
Miami, Florida
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1327 NE. 125th Street (Rear) 891-7955
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CARPET DECOR
13455 N.E. 17th Avenue
North Miami, Florida Phone 895-6600
BST WiSHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA HOLIDAY
DOUG STEWART, REALTOR
8433 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
Phone 233-7171
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SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Phbne 947-8041 1784 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
AS SOME of you know. I had
the opportunity to visit Is-
rael-last month and would like
to share with you today some of
my perceptions, feelings and im-
pressions on the American-Is-
rael relationship
That topicthe American-Is-
raeli relationshipis especially
important today in light of the
breakdown in Secretary Kissin-
ger's shuttle diplomacy lietween
Israel- and Egypt. President
Ford's cotlfor reassessment of
American policy in the Middle
East, and the talk of a more
"even-handed" policy toward
Israel.
DOUBTS HAVE sprung up re-
cently about whether there is
conrfnufog support of Israel in
the United States. When we add
Following is the text of re-
marks' delivered by Con-
gresswotnan Gardtss Collins
of Chicago, one of four
Black' women members of
the Rouse of Representa-
tives and I of" the Gongres-
sioiiat Black' Caucus, at a
Mayy workshop on "Israel
and-the Arab World" spon-
sored 'by the American Jew-
ish Congress at Spertus Col-
lege. Afi. Collins is a mem-
ber of'the Hduse Committee
on International Relations.
Shuttle Repaired Now:
But Israel Still
Seen As
'The Heavy'
B>? CAKDISS COLLINS
to that question the very real
economic and political muscle
that the Arab states have now
learned to flex- it becomes evi-
dent that now more than ever
the American commitment to
Israel needs to be reemphasized.
To quote Abba Eban, "The
American Israel friendship
needs intense and careful cut-
tfvatfon at this hour."
Why after 25 years of unwav-
ering American support "fdr li-
me! is there a need for reassess-
ment?
There has been no change in
the mutuality of' interest*)
shared by the United States and
Israel; no change in the har-
mony in democratic values and
ideals; no change in the strate-
gic location of Israel; no change
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in the fact that there has been
no loss of American life in the
defense of Israel.
YET THE reevaluation is oc-
curring. Is it because of the col-
'apse of Israeli-Egyptian nego-
tiations and the so-called failure
of American efforts to achieve
peace? While the administration
is quick to say there is no point
m blaming either of the parties
the reassessment itself implies
a finding of fault with Israel and
there is a great deal of thought
among my colleagues that some-
where along the line Israel
changed its position and policy
without making Secretary of
State Kissinger aware of what
its new stance would be at the
shuttle peace table.
Unfortunately, many myths
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INC.
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2100 N.W. 17th Avenue
Call 325-0535
A Happy Chanuka To All
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627 So. Miami Ave-u*
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
A Happy Chtmnka To All
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE.. M.B
MM. t MIS. AL POPVJN
AMD fAMfir
Happy Chanuka To All
QUALITY
INN -
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MIAMI
PHONE 251-2000
Your Host
GREG LEVINE
A Happy Chanuka To All
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SURFSIDE
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vJewislh fltr-jdbdun
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to have lately surfaced. I
very much concerned about
wflich address themselves
Lmerican failure in the Mid-
|Kast and Israeli intransi-
e, however, and think that
after the facts have been
[bare will it be possible to
Vmine the best way to get
It the business of assuring
Rhe American-Israeli friend-
firill remain strong.
safe to say that all of
lo are concerned with the
fctK'd existence and via-
of Israel ... as well as
sace in the Middle East
re disappointed with the
se of Secretary Kissinger's
Is to arrange a further
tent between Israel and
on an Israeli withdrawal
occupied territon This
though seriou1-, does
kean that American policy
led.
ipolicy under the leader
the Secretary of State
fbeen successful since the
lippur War in arranging
jtfiix* and maintaining the
of power which is a
Bisite for discouraging
^Kk hostilities. We have ar-
ItDged the disengagement
reen '. 'Hi I '.; \A aiiJ Sy-
^Bd have created a situation
JLlDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
1CTURE CO.
pAUL W. BOUTILIER
(Owner)
r Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
t-Thone 443-6262

\Mappy Chanuka To All
VIDALE
PROOFING INC.
VtfJH S.W. 13th Terrace
REROOFING
IHLEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
-
:
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Hialeah Gardens
822-7118
-~H - The Jewish Community
Fin* Potato Chip Co.
3489 N.W. 65th St., Miami
691-0231
Happy Chanuka To All
,^OOD SPOT
K STORES
Groceries A Dairy Stores
Located
Mwvughout Dado County
Chanukah To All .
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GULF SERVICE
ROAD SERVICE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
PHONE 681-9811
WSm ttW 7th Are.. Miarii
JOHN PASTOKillA, Prop.
in which even the collapse of
negotiations does not lead in-
evitahly to war. America's status
and image in the Arab world
have improved tremendously
since the 1973 war. even though
during that same period there
has been a massive reenforce-
ment of Israel by the United
States.
IN FACT, American military
and economic aid has been
grtHter during the past 18
months than it was during the
preceding 25 years. While the
atmosphere remains tense, and
the renewal of hostilities is al-
ways possible, I do not believe
that trie American attempt at
mediation should be labeled as
a failure because the United
States is still the nation that
both sides trust and are willing
to use as a mediator.
Some of the people who are
most dismayed over the collapse
of negotiations have blamed Is-
raeli intransigence for the cur-
rent impasse. It would be a
:Stove mistake to allow this myth
to become a popular notion in
his countrv. because Israel has
given un territory west of the
Suez Canal, has pulled back
from territory in the Sinai that
fcgypt never occupied during
Hie 1973 war. has retreated from
tlie approaches to Damascus,
and has given up Kuneitra and
snrroundine land that Syria was
unaole to tike militarily.
These concessions have been
made in the absence of the one
act from the Arabs that would
be truly meaningful: a perma-
nent, negotiated peace settle-
ment.
DURING this latest round of
negotiations (supposedly scut-
tled by Israeli intransigence)
what did Israel offer?
Israel offered to pull back
ft oiil the strategic Gidi and Mit-
la passes which (1) command
the approaches to the southern
Suez Canal, (2) guard the large
Israeli baser*? Refttim, and (3)
control the road south to Abu
Rodeis. *>*1i*
As ycu well I-now. these
passes serve .is a defense line
not just for Sinai, but all of Is-
rael. It is interesting to note
that, beoiUBe o* natural bar-
riers in the Sinii. Israel's de-
linse line is only about 95 miles
long if it retains the passes, but
about 220 miles long if that ter-
ritory is ceded.
Once beyond the passes there
are no natural strong points to
serve as barriers between the
Egyptian Army and the pop-
Continued on Page 12-D
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Opa-Lock? Phone 681-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
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ELIAS KOBROWSKI
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., PNC.
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15700 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
MR. AMD MRS.
ALBERT ROSE'SRERG
and FAMILY
GREETINGS!!
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
3642 N.W. 37th Ave., Miami 633-6372
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NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI-BEACH
Phone 866-8051
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL .
ZELICICS TOBACCO CORP.
326 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1544
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
JOE MEYERS
Florist
6604 Collins Avenue, Miami Beech 866-0233
Best Wishes To Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
For The Holiday Season
THE DANIA
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Open December 12th thru April 24th
U.S. 1 at A-1A DANIA
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923-1511
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(524-2524)
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- 2400 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida
Phone 927-9717
24 HOUR NURSING SUPERVISION
. LEONARD D. CORDES, C.A., F.A.CN.H.A.
President, Managing Director
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MIAMI REFRIGERATION CO.
Air Conditioning Systems Corp.
4822 S.W. 75th Avenue Phone 266-5166
NORMAN AND CRAIG SANDMAN
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL .
Penny's Place
'LARGE AND HALF SIZES FOR TODAY'S WOMAN"
PENNY BASMAN Owner
2 Locations
5863 Sunset Dr., South Miami 666-7525
Skylake Mall, North Miami Beach 944-1777
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
761 N.W. 21st Street
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BE1XHER OIL COMPANY
Residential Industrial
Fuel Oil
Serving Florida Since 1912
2050 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
PHONE 858-3400 or 672-6892
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tOl Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Phone 446-7031
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Friday, November 28, 197*
Holldoy Greetings
JACK SILVER 4 HERB BROOSKY
SLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS A LOUNGES
SINCEHEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS RESTAURANT
245 22nd STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 538-4345
GREETINGS TO ALL .
CARMEL BAKERY
RETAIL KOSHER
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 538-7592
3!
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS _____
MR. & MRS. JACOB RABINOWITZ
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
235 N.E. FOURTH ST., MIAMI PHONE 371-1421
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
801 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah Phone: 887-5511
1640 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami Phone: 895-1981
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Hoffman Office Supply
Company, Inc.
DESKS-CABINETS-CHAIRS-ETC.
3 HIALEAH DRIVE, HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE 888-2479
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Union Optical Service, inc.
67 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami, Florida
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 CHANUKA TO ALL .
RICHARDS FRUIT CENTER
1301 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 532-6102
MILTON WEINER (New Owner)
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S BOAT YARD
Through the Years Quality & Service"
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 325-0680
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
WELL-BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami Phone 635-8621
Israel as 'The Heavy'
1
. X"ontuied..frum^Pap.s,Jl-D
ulated areas of Israel. The fact
that Israel has spent over $150
million to fortify the passes at-
tests to their strategic signifi-
cance
WHILE I was in Israel I had
the opportunity to visit the
Golan Heights. By just standing
there on those heights and look-
ing down into the valley, it be-
came painfully dear in just one
moment why it would be ab-
solutely suicidal for Israel to
give up those heights and to
take even the slightest risk of
having Syria swoop down on tho
people who live in the kibbut-
zim.
There is no doubt in my mind
that a stable peace can never
ft>e achieved until Israel has
reached a political conciliation
with her neighbors.
There has been a great deal
of talk lately about the oil fields
at Abu Rodeis which Israel has
agreed to surrender even
though they supply her with
100,000 barrels of oil per day
60 per cent of her domestic
need.
I commend-Israe* for the Will-
ingness to give up so much of
the territory occupied in the
1967 war for the sake of perma-
nent peace while Egypt was un-
willing to make even a public-
pledge of non-belligerency in
return for these concessions.
IN FACT, the Arab states
don't appear ready to make any
compromise. I see no change in
their rhetoric, the terrorist at-
tacks have continued (while I
was in Jerusalem a bus was
bombed) and they waged anoth-
war. Thus from these facts, it
er highly successful propaganda
is easy to see that the impasse
was not caused totally by Israeli
unwillingness to compromise or
by failure of American policy.
The mere fact that there is to
be a reassessment of U.S. policy
in no way heralds a crisis in
American-Israeli relations. I
think it is understood that we
will not be dictated to in the
formation of our oolicy and that
we will not be blackmailed
economical'.) or otherwise.
Support for Israel remains
strong with the American peo-
ple and in the Congress even
ftajifiif floliJat/s h sit... '^
andrewdelfer
EXQUISITE FOOTWEAR
D^SfeeuiMlEFQ
MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES FORT LAUDERDALE
___ BALHARBOUR SHOPS PALM BEACH MALL
LEON C. McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL, JR.
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
9301 N.E. 6th AVENUE -:- 754-5534
Want to Wish All of Their Friends
A Very Happy Chanuka
To All... Best Wishes for the Holiday
CONNIE'S
SEPTIC TANK CO.. Inc.
PHONE: 592-3495
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
PIER 800 INC.
800 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 534-7780
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
With All Their Friends A Very Happy Chanuka
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
STEPHEN KRAVITZ ALLEN SUPLER
AMBER OIL CORPORATION
1861 Bay Road, Miami Bea Phone 538-4611
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD. 685-1521
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
though there is an isolations
movement afoot.. Inasmuch *
the American conrrnitmctir %
the sovereignly- of Israel J.
mains i-parneofope,, ofAmer.
lean policy in the eastern
terranean, the task before us ii
this: 4
WE MUST mnk?-it ovifcrf
once again in Cairo, in Da.njj.
ens. in rv^'idad, as well as hi
Moscow, that we stand behind
the legitimacy of the Je\\i5h
nation. Any uncertainty about
the American attitude towarj
Israel may cause Arab govern,
ments to imagine a weakening
of American support and thai
make it highly unlikely that the
Arabs will offer genuine steps
of conciliation. As I have Mated
before, I fully believe that
will be no settlement until the:*
is compromise on both sides!
As a member of the House
Committee on Internitional Re-
lations. I shnll do all that I can
to see that the maintenance of
Israel's strength will be an ab-
solute and unconditional im-
perative, and that Congre
reemphasize the fact that Is-
rael's final boundaries must-'be
determined by negotiation, and!
not by military action, economic"
blackmail or any other nic.ins."
A Happy Chanuka Jo All
FLOWERS BY ..
RALPH HAYS
FLORIST
& DECORATORS
9460 Harding Avenue,
Surfside
866-2056-866-1206
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
531-0872
Bal Harbour Shop
861-0352 .
A Happy Chanuka To All
PRINTING
ARTS CO.
1300 NW 29th Street
THE TETHER
FAMILY
A Happy Chanuka To All
SS
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Mechanical Contractors
Coolna and Heatinq
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami. Florida
Phone 592-3410
A Happy Chanuka To All
OVERHOLT
JEWELERS
Crossroad Building
7220 Red Road
South Miami
Phono 665-2112
A Happy Chanuka To All
Compliments of
MIAMI POOL EQUIPMENT
INC
150 N.W. 176Mi Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 652-3628
Best Holiday Greetings
FROM
J. EUSTER


Friday,
November 28, 1975
+Jmlst)fkrMlan
Page 13-D
Historic Excavation
Continued from Page 9-D
[and pottery found in it is a
round oil lamp with 17 aper-
tures, decorated with a grape-
vine motif.
The first step was taken dur-
in" this season's dig in inves-
tigating the system of ancient
1 aqueducts which in the Second
Temple period extended all
over the Jericho basin and was
the basis of Jericho's flourish-
osperity in that era.
It now appears conclusively
Itha' the initiators of this net-
|a happy chanukah to all
DAVIS
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TELEPHONE 279-4748
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hizak Corp,
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Monro* Counties
331-7341
lappy Chanuka To All
Adolph Lopez
tneral Sales Manager
LAMINGO
FORD
I of Homestead
1. N.E. 11th Street
lomMtead, Florida
[Phone 247-5112
)R. and MRS.
IARRY RIMER
inda Rimer and
kndria and
Ulen Shore
Haopv Chanuka
. to their
res and Friends
Chanuka To All
lESK
MANGE
Sd Used Office
Furniture
I N.W. 35th STREET
me 634-4024
IIM*
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0 N.t 183rd Street
rth Miami Beach
h*652-4303
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tr Allied Van Lines
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work of aqueducts were the
same Hasmonean kings who
built their palaces at the mouth
of Wadi Kelt.
A SERIES or soundings car-
ried out at Tel El-Samarat,
located near the ancient Jeri-
cho tel, revealed the hip-
podrome that Herod built in
Jericho, mentioned in the writ-
ings of Josephus Flavius. It
turns out that Samarat is an
artificial tel which served as
the foundation for a magnificent
building standing upon it.
The southern part of the tel
functioned as a theatre from
which viewers could watch
horse and chariot races on the
adjacent track. Parts of the
wall surrounding the 320 by 80
meter race track were uncov-
ered. This hippodrome is one of
the few of its kind to have
existed in this country in the
past, and is the earliest among
them.
The more the study of the
Jericho basin expands, the
more apparent becomes the
might of this city at the end of
the Second Temple era. It was
a Jewish city, based mainly on
agriculture and substantially
surpassing the Jericho of to-
day in its size.
Chanuka Greetings
KOKLAS
AUTOMOTIVE
General Repairs on Foreign Cars
Specializing in Mercedes-Benz
3215 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI 33135
Telephone 442-2390
LIMECO, INC.
PACKERS-SHIPPERS OF
LIMES AND AVOCADOS
25251 S.W. 139th AVENUE
V
PRINCETON 33030
Telephone 248-1611
Chanuka Greetings
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620 SOUTH FLAGLER AVENUE

HOMESTEAD 33030

anukah
fcefings
FILBERT
CORPORATION
3401 N.W. 71st STREET
MIAMI 33147
Chanuka Greetings To All
w
DESIGNERS
SHOWCASE
3775 N.W. 81st STREET
MIAMI 33147
r
. A Happy And
Pleasant
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*--Jt**L%fithridaf)
Paee J-:"
jt would be wise to cancel the
weeks after the deal was closed.
IT WAS clear that someone
close lo Emir Abdullah had
leaked t!>c story to the news-
paper, in order to create an
excuse that ii' the agreement
were implemented, the Emir's
deal. This took place about two
life might be in danger since the
Arab press was up in arms over
jt
^ I do not know whether the
Emir returned the 5.000 Pounds
Sterling he had gotten from the
Jewish Agency, but 1 believe
Philanthropist Touro
Continued from Page 7-D
co-founder of an "Aim House"
m that city believed to be the
first "f i.: Kind to be erected
in this count.y.
Touro's will, which distribute
e I ...... SSOO.OOO to Jewish and
Christian institutions and some
individuals, included a total of
S143.000 to congregations, re-
ligious schools, benevolent so-
cieties and Jewish hospitals in
17 cities: Boston. Hartford, New
Ha'en, New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Richmond, Charles-
ton Savannah, Mobile. Mem-
phis. Louisville, Cincinnati,
i. leveland, St. Louis, Buffalo
an I Albany.
HE LEFT $50,000 "to ameli-
orate the condition of our un-
fortunate Jewish Brethren in
>L Holy Land and to secure to
them the inestimable privilege
of worshipping the Almighty ac-
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1 Happy Chanuka To All
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North ft'iami. Florid..
Phone 893-1102
eordiag to wr mligton, without
molestation."
He bequeathed another S10.
000 to the North American Re-
lief Societv tor the rnrtjgrnt
Jews of Jerusalem.
TOURO ALSO left S1.S.000 to
local benevolent societies in
New Orleans, including "tin
Utopian effort to send assistant
to the dnindliiu: Jewish C
mimitv in China," according <
Bertram W. Kom in his boo!;,
Iffce Early .lews of New
Orleans," published hy -the
American Jewish Historical-So-
eiety.
One of the bequests wass$5,-
000 to "the Hebrew congrega-
tion 'Ohabay Shalome' o! Bos-
ton. Three institutions named
iii tht will of his brother,
Abraham Touro of Boston, also
received gifts. The Asylum for
Ornhan Boy;. Boston. $5,000;
the Female Orphan Asylum of
that the Jewish Agency never
ot them repaid. The secret
aoreement remained, however,
an historic and.important docu-
ment. It is now in the archives
of the Jewish Agency together
with other historic documents
relating to Palestine.
Boston. S5.000; and the Massa-
chusetts Female Hospital, $10,-
000.
His brother, who died in 1822
in Medford at the age of 45 as
the result of an accident, left
the sum o| $10,000 to the Mas-
sachusetts General Hospital,
Boston. among other legacies.
Judali Touro, the extent and
size of whose benefactions re-
\ealed by his will, stirred the
countrv was described as fol-
lows by G. W. Warren, in his
history of the Bunker Hill
monument:
"HE WAS one of the small-
est of all classes into which
mankind can be divided, of men
who accumulate wealth without
ever doing a wrong, taking ad-
vantage, or making an enemy;
who became rich without being
avaricious; who deny them-
selves the comforts of life that
they may acquire the mpn* of
promoting the comfort and ele-
vating the condition of their
fellow man."
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Friday, November 28, 1975
THIS
TIME
WHEN
HANUKKAH
LIGHTS
ARE KINDLED
31
7
WILI YOU REMEMBER THOSE
ELDERS ON THE WAITING IIST?
YOU CAM MAKE HANUKKAH A TRUE EESTIVAL OE LIGHTS
A REALLY HAPPY CELEBRATION-WHILE THEY'RE STILL ALIVE!
Make A Generous Contribution ^ow! Don't \fait
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May be Prolonged I pon the Land which The Lord Thy
God Hath Given Thee." The fifth Commandment
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Tl
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and
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iga Chairmen
Founders
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Attending the Pacesetter dinner were (left) Dr. and Mrs.
Robert S. Levy and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Levy. Over
175 Pacesetters to the 1976 CJA-IEF were briefed on the
current situation in the Middle East by Simcha Dinitz
(center), Israel's Ambassador to the United States. Har-
ry Levy is a vice president of Federation and is heading
up the advance gifts management team for the 1976
campaign.
Samuel I. Adler (right), treasurer of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and Mrs. Adler met with Israel's Am-
bassador Simcha Dinitz at the Pacesetter Dinner at the
Konover Hotel.
Among the many Pacesetters to the 1976 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund at the dinner to
hear Simcha Dinitz (left) were Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Dauer of South Dade.
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Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, November 28, 1975
Section E
Ambassador Dinitz Attends
Federation Pacesetter Dinner

Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Simcha Dinitz,
spoke to more than 175 Pace-
setters of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund at a dinner at the
Konover Hotel.
The Pacesetter dinner was a
major fund-raising event for
the 1976 CJA-IEF drive led by
campaign chairman L. Jules
Arkin. Norman H. Lipoff heads
the Pacesetter Gifts Division of
the drive.
Ambassador Dinitz briefed
leaders of the Jewish communi-
ty on current events in the
Middle East and the implica-
tions of the recent UN resolu-
tion equating Zionism with rac-
ism. He called the resolution
"deplorable" and said it shook
the very foundation on which
the UN was built. "The resolu-
tion in the United Nations will
give legitimacy to anti-Semitism
around the world," Ambassa-
dor Dinitz stated.
Dinitz commented that Israel
is very disappointed by the ac-
tions and statements of Egyp-
tian President Anwar Sadat
while he was in the United
States.
"Israel has already given up
tangible concessions in accord
with the interim peace agree-
ment signed with Egypt," Din>
itz said. "We have given up
these strategic areas in ex-
change for the Egyptian prom-
ise of eood intentions in the
future. On his trip to the Unit-
ed States, Sadat made bigoted
and anti-Semitic statements
and talked of peace with Israel
in the next generation."
Dinitz linked the recent
bombings in Jerusalem's Zion
Square with the UN resolution,
commenting that declaring Zi-
onism as racist leads to killing
Zionists. Six Israelis died in the
explosion.
"The Arab countries were
able to garner African votes
for the resolution by using
political blackmail and extor-
tion," he stated. "At one point
in history the Arabs were sell-
ing the people of Africa. Now
they are buying the Africans."
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tubaha arranged for by
Sharon V be on dis-
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marriage contract, which every
tci Jewish Law instituted du
f thi '
I the mai
:s and to lend dignil
bride must be given according
Adointd with Jewish cere-
monial art. the Ketubahs Sha-
ron helps to plan are
to serve each couple's needs.
The work is execute.
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It was coffee, cake and information for the women of
Westview Country Club last week as they gathered for
lucational meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami
ih Federation Women's Division. Helping make the
event uccessful was Chairman Mrs. Richard Levy (cen-
Miami Beach, Women's Division chairman for the
Beai ^rM. Among the women taking part were Mrs.
Darsky (left) and Mrs. Harold I'ngar, both of
i Beach.
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At the opening banquet of the recent biennial national
convention of Women's Division of the American Tech-
nion Society-Israel Institute of Technology held in Bal
Harbour are: Mrs. Milton Sirkin, South Florida regional
president and local chairman; guest speaker Martin
\y, TV news commentator; and Maj. Gen. Amos
Hecv. president of the Technion in Haifa, who was the
honoree and gave the keynote address.

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>Jenistncr*Mann
Friday, November 28, 1975
CAJE Lecturer Analyzes "Medical Ethics"
Harvey Millar, chairman. Hil-
lel Community Board", and Rab-
bi Stanley A. Ringler. Hillel
area director. ha\-e announced
the first Florida-based I'niver-
>-.:% Academic Quarter in Is-
rael study program. It is na-
tionally sponsored and intended
to provide a multidimensional
educational opportunity for col-
lege students
The Academic Quarter will
be housed at the International
Study Center of Kiriyat Mo-
nah. imikmiiiaj arK* new
Jerusalem on a modern cam-
pus 10 ;v.inutes by bus from
the center of town.
The 10-week one
program, designed by
the Area H A Student
Centers Office, permits stu-
dents to earn credits equal to
nearly a double load 20-30
quarter credits or 12-IS semes-
ter credits and the F1U Cer-
tificate in Jewish Studies. The
courses include Modern Jew-
ish Intellectual History. Gov-
ernment and Politics of Israel.
Population and Geography of
Israel. Judaism, and Modern
Hebrew Language Study.
Tlie independent state uni-
verse.'. > stem progrs*-.! under
F1U auspices also permits stu-
dents to spend an extra three
:ha on a kibbutz at
no additional charge.
Four separate groupa -.rill be
pate aacfe year,
and the first croup ;.-
uled to leave for Israel in Janu-
ary- ,. .
Information and applications
are available from any Hillel
director or AZYF field repre-
sentative or Shaliach. Candi-
dates can apply directly to the
Quarter in Israel Program Of-
fice at the F1U Hillel Founda-
tion or to the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation in New
York City
Psychiatric Shop Talk"
At Douglas Gardens
The South Florida Psychiatric
Association's triennial "Shop
Talk" programa professionals-
only event at which area pay-
datacriata lathtir and Aacuaathe
importer.: taaaes of their field
was held on Mondav night M
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the .Aged at Douglas
Gardens.
The topic was "Inter Dis-
ciplinary Approaches to the
Treatment of the Aged."
A panel of professionals from
the Douglas Gardens staff in-
cluded Fred D. Hirt. executive
director: Dr. Jack Skigen.
Douglas Gardens director of
neuropsychiatrv and president
of the South Florida Psychiatric
Association: Dr Jeffrey Solo-
mon. Douglas Gardens director
of Community services: and Dr
of : H -"""--" and
Hospital for the Aged and Ba-
nal board member
American Geriatric Society.
The whole field of gerontol-
ogy is. of course, becoming an
area of critical concern to the
entire nation, and meetings bke
this, where ideas are shared hv
involved professionals, are of
significant value." explained
Dr. Skigen. "The Home is proud
to act as the host for a gather-
ing of this kind."
Poetry for Pleasure class is
now open at the Ida Fisher
School. Miami Beach. Root.
121. every Tuesday from 6:30 to
S p m. Arnold Kleiner, lecturer,
performer and writer is instruc-
tor.
Sun-Maid Raisins
Make Me Sweeter!
Some good things n
change
ISun-IIaMJ "
in Jew.- dirae
generations). Sun-Maid ra>
still dried in the *
still have no preserva-
tives added ;:"- deal for
all cooking and baking nee
A naturally defiaoua
for everyone' For I oh-
day treat, try this r..
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3
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-. tap nutmeg
'. tsp cinnamon
: the
4 cupa cooked broa^ egg
noodles 2 cups 1
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white raisir.?
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4 tbs melted rr.arear.ne
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Beat eggs and ha wan -
together ur.t:'. Boffa A
meg. CtHBBBBOB. BOOd
almonds, lemon jaaee zr.l
garine Tjtt. an
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Sprinkle with bread cnai
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Serves 6 to 8-
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Friday, November 28, 1975
* Jewish Fhrktiain
Page 5-E
"living Library" To Be Dedicated
a -living library" will be de-
dicated Sunday, Nov. 30, at 11
a m bjU CqogregaUQil P&K Is^
rael Rabbis, educators and civic
officials are expected to attend,
according to Rabbi Mordecai
Shapiro and Jack Bash, presi-
dent.
The public is invited to at-
tend the ceremonies marking
lhe opening of the Edmundo
Rosenberg Memorial Library.
The "living" aspect of the li-
urar is that it contains more
than 1.000 cassette tapes in
English on all subjects pertain-
i traditional Judaism in-
cluding Bible, Mishna, Talmud
and ( immentaries. The vast
|ore (,! Torah tradition will be
to anyone, regardless
i training or back-
iii lio isual
tlon will contain film strips on
koshering meat, how to make
-JtfillLn, procedures, of Torah
Scribes (Sofrim), and the his-
tory and geography of holy
sites in Israel.
Rabbi Shapiro has also se-
.ect^d more than 2,000 volumes
in English on various subjects
of current interest. "More than
five years of research have gone
into this library," Rabbi Sha-
piro said. "At last the Torah
view on all contemporary sub-
jects will be presented to th
general public and students do-
ing research." A major section
ol the library will be devoted to
works en the Holocai I
The library is u I for a
Peruvian bu
do Ho- enberg, .' is i i >n *osii
made i
syna
Rosenberg Family bequest to
Beth Israel made possible the
realization of the library.
Shelves of books have also been
donated by members of the Con-
gregation.
Isadore Kwalwasser Is chair-
man of the library committee,
Rev. Jacob Katz is the librarian,
and his assistants are Mrs
Barbara Eisenberg, Mrs. Sylvia
Zemel and Mrs. Jeannette Bash.
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
Sevilla Gardens
Flowers for that unforgettable occasion by Sylvia Watler
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A Happy Chanuka To All ..
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MY SINCEREST THANKS
To the Citizens of Miami
A pledge to you, as your City
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you honestly and to the best of
my ability, with the
needs of our Citizens
paramount in my mind.
ROSE GORDON
And may I extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL!
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*Jcmitffhrrt&r
Friday, November 28, 1975
TVo Israeli Musicians To Be
Part of Beth Shalom's Expo
swraifflg
is
Tex?'.* B-h ShoJoaVs b
Expo has a new -i:: "
ri*r.g Ja-es S th;
*wt great '.frsf1, -
t-rec and Saiorno Mum.
are joining our own
Mi*ri Phifrsnronic as soloists
ob r>ec 3 and Dec :
Knopke said
"The briHiaxu piac: rruoso
liar? Vered wV.: appear *** tl**
orchestra 00 Dec- 3 under the
*;r of Jarnes C onion M
Temple t law ***-
r MM| Israel Expo
wmck beftaH en Dec j
;: :: lias been written that
thai ebbs and
COURTISY
545-8481
COWfOPT
TRAINED LICENSED ATTENDANTS
SPECIALIZING IN
RRIVATt TRANSFERS
LONG DISTANCE TRIPS
AIR ft RAIL SERVICE
flows, sings ar.i soars
!
Sfckano Miatt lllaru Vered
are available at the Te
fice and a: the Greater V-moi
PhUhannoaic office
KeUmoMS Belongs on Your
Holiday SWpping List
ITS A (i_G.I
has power rt -re the now-
it antid ha*
- sched-
nk M be
jccasicn
appearance here on Jan 25 has
bees canceled
Wt are als. rtur_ate ::
be r-nounoe the appear-
ance on Wednesday. Dec I
she xir
Israel Evpo ::" '-"
BB rro-
r.t: a> the .-:':-
the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic, with Yuri Kra
> ease
There
1
Mirtz had
-- .dsei
-
At 16 ShlorK
ready been ack
-.-..
Stem recof -en-
dous potential after hearing han
in Israel seven years ago. at the
. -r" ::-. -. :f -.:* rCBWWaad
Baaa Feher "
Tickets are for both concerts
BO mar.-. J)taw
suitable :' r
the fesr.'

Mayonnaise a tatdt vita whole
eggs, it s richer ar..:
creaicr" Fact is H
.-; ....
-
everywhere!
This fliiwhli treat your
family to this chuW r.d>
salad made with Hefimar-.'s
CHILLED NOODLE SALAD
Lift cups cooked edaam egg
noodles 'V cup
uBCOoked)
2 1 cap shredded carrot
^i cap chopped sweet pickle
5 chopped hard-cookec eggs
1 cup Hettmano's Beat Foods
Real Mayoanaise
1 tbs grated onion
1 tap salt
Toss all ingredients in iaree
I Chill for 2-3 hours Makes
one-cur servings
To All
ALS CABINET SHOP
CUSTOM KITCHEN FORMICA
418S.E. 10th COURT
HI A LEAH 33010
Telephone 887-1292
Holiday Greetings from ...
PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF MIAMI INC.
7-UP BOTTLERS OF MIAMI, INC.
DR. PEPPER BOTTLERS OF MIAMI INC.


Friuay, November 28, 1975
* Jewish fhrkti&n
Page 7-E
i
m ail pans of (jreater Miami are planning
[heir 1976 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
ipaign. Mrs. Leonard Fricdland (seated) o)
\each, chairman of parlor meetings for the Com-
& Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, met last
with committee hostesses including 'left to right)
el Kdclman of Miami Lakes, Mrs. Milton Zuck-
crman of Coral Gables, Mrs. Alan Graubert of Miami
and Mrs. Robert Frehling of Miami Beach.
Terry Motors Inc.
USED CARS ...
RETAIL WHOLESALE
3665 N.W. 48th STREET
MIAMI 33142
Chavez Standard
Service Station
GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE
TUNE-UPS & BRAKE SERVICE
406 NORTH KROME AVENUE
HOMESTEAD 33060
Telephone 248-2371
Jess el Show on Dec. 13
At Temple Adath Yeshurun
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Men's Club will present the
George Jessel Show on Dec. 13
at 9 p.m. The show featui
Jessel and his all-girl rvue,
vocalist Dimi Claim, comedien-
ne Dana I.orge. and the Mora
Magic Act.
Jessel's show-business career,
which becan when in
a trio with Walter Winchell and
Jack Wiener, has included stints
in vaudeville, radio and films
and on stage and TV. He ap-
peared ntly in films with
thony Newley and Orson
Welles.
Flagler Bettors' Losses
Are Florida Schools' Gain
Each year at Flagler Dog
Track thousands of dollars'
worth of winning tickets are lost
or Forgotten or discarded. Flor-
ida's public schools benefit
from the bettors' losses, because
since 1957, when the <-tate be-
ll to collect the money from
(nits" uncashed parimutuel
tickets over ?9 million has
pone into a special school fund.
Only the interest from the fund
is used; the principal stays in
the banks and keeps earning
interest year after year.
WE EXTEND OUR BEST W'SHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA
VIENNA SAUSAGE &
WILNO KOSHER PRODUCTS
7025 N.W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147
Phone 836-2992


VICE MAYOR OF
NORTH MIAMI
HOWARD NEU
and FAMILY
Extends Greetings to Their Many
Friends for a
Very Happy Clumuka Holiday

anukah
eefings
Unlimited Indoor &
Outdoor Products Corp.
Manufacturers of Fiberglass Products
and Table Tops
2469 NORTHWEST 76th STREET -:- MIAMI 33147
Telephone 69T-6862

*
Sincere Best Wishes For A
Very Happy Chatmka To All...
RONKONKOMA SHELL
Complete Line of Shell Prod nets
General Automotive Repairs -
Air Conditioning
1901 NORTH STATE ROAD 7
LAUDERHILL 33313


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*-Jm1stfh>ri(Man
Friday, November 28, 1975
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 LeJeune Road Phone 871-3230
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
CATALINA DORSET HOTELS
1720-1732 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-4316
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO AU .
HONTE CARLO HOTEL
6551 Collins Avenue. Miami Beech
Phone UN 6-8721
HOLIDAY GR2TINGS FROM .
M KH'O.MIIKR HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beech
Phone: 538-7511
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO AU
SOITHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 Wort Ave, Miami Beach
N*than S. Gume nick 672-2412
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO AU
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2371
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Ha. 871-4350
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
K^jlappu Kmmrhanukah
*PP9
Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
Sahara Motel
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
Chateau Motel
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
A First Republic Corporation of America Enterprises
Zhanuka To A
CORONADO HOTEL
9501 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 866-2761

A Happy Chanuka To All
NORMANDY PLAIA
HOTEL
6979 COUINS AVE
866-2701
A Happy Chanuka To All ..
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beech 534-7629
Mr. 8. Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
Holiday Greet^.gs From
MONTMARTRE HOTEl
4775 COLLINS AVENUf
MIAMI BEACH 33140
Phone 532-1731
Mr. Harvey Weinberg
General Manager
Seymour Dresne", Manage!
Holiday Greetings
iv Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVi.
MIAMI BEACH
DRAKE HOTEL
1460 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
NEW OWNERSHIP -
MANAGEMENT
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
JOSEPH JURMARK
531-6681
. '/ ALL .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
Phone 534-4665
3400 Collins Avenue, Miami Bead.
A I! IPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue. Surfside, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
SHERMAN BAIWPJND & MILTON EHRENREICH
BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
WHITEHOUSE HOTEL
1501 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACK
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
(jBtttrf, 3tms )
299 Alhambra Circle, Suite 510, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
HAPPY
CHANUKA
GREET11SGS
63rd and CoUina
APT.
HOTEL
sherry from ten ac 3M>
65*1. and Collina (7
O,
ir
1'eye.t'U Uc,
J-or ^4 Ulappy
K^ri o licta \j JL*> eason
from the Management
and Staff
leo
Ore Hundred Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida
The only Ocnanfront
Hi-Rise Apartment on Lincoln Road
AKred Stone, General Manager


I r^.v November 28, 1975
fJenisti fhridHmri
Page 9-E
. ommittee oj the IVi men'1. xiliary of the
of Florida. Fi Mrs. Robert En-
Berkowitz, Mrs. Benjamin Glueck,
Mrs. Gabriel D< i iniei Ret-
Talmudic Col lope Auxiliary
Nans To Feed Students
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Talmudic College of Florida met
Mt week at the Miami Beach
home of Mrs. Margie Retter and
reviewed its projects.
A ncw uoal for the 1975-76
season was announced: the
Auxiliary will endeavor, through
various programs and fund-
raising efforts, to supply the 25
students of the yeshiva with all
Their meals for a year.
The well-being of the entire
Jewish people is inexorably re-
Holiday Creetinqs From
sniM iV SPORT
SHOPS
Dadeland Shopping Confer
163 St. Shopping Cantor
111 Miracle Mile
A Happy Chanuka To All .
BARBER
LUMBER CO., INC.
901 NW. 71st Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone: 836-3641
A Happy Chanuka To All ..
AUSTIN'S
DIVING CENTER INC.
10503 So. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Kendall (Opposite Jaffarsons)
Instruction Sales Rentals
Charter Service Air
Phone 665-0636
Symbol
lor
Engravings
Symbol
for
Mats
Scnno the Advertising-Publishing
Iidiutry Since 1957 ... and ndv
!"i the Most Modern Production
facilities throughout Florida
MTHree 635-5308
lated to the studv of Torah an 1
the decree to which our yeshiva
students can apply themselves
lo their work." observed Mrs.
Retter, Women's Auxiliary presi-
dent. 'Our goal. then, is to
facilitate an environment that
will be most conducive to study,
and that includes the physical
well-being and nourishment of
our devoted students."
One of the objectives of the
year-old Talmudic College is to
provide South Florida with
talented, committed spiritual
leaders.
:j*1 N jom.
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
MARTIN KING JEWELRY
FINANCIAL FEDERAL BLDG.
Suite 12-G
407 Lincoln Read
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2700 or 534-4750
A Happy Chanuka To All ..
PERFECT
ELECTRONIC INC.
9541 HARD'NG AVENUE
SURFSIDE. FLORIDA
866-4723
A Happy Chanuka To All ..
HAIR UNLIMITED
4869 NW. 36th Street
Miami Springs
Honrs
Mon. thru Fri. 9 am.-5:30 p.m
Sat. 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Phone 885-7756
HAPPY HOLIDAY
FROM...
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 LINCOLN ROAD,
MIAMI BEACH
OPEN 9 A.M. TO
10 P.M. DAILY
Eat Sensibly at
Chanukah Holidays
Ami Alt Year Long
At holiday times some people
tend to forget their all-year-
round I iting habits. But
now you can continue to eat
nd still enjoy delici-
ods if you include
inn's margarine on
hi pping list. Fleisch-
.. lightly
: Flei ichmann's and
[arines
tified kosher and
cent corn oil.
:.- as part "i
diet can help
'-i.ii cholesterol. And
n cholesterol can
help d the risk of coro-
y heart disease. Delicious for
' shl use as well as cooking.
Fleischmann's remains a family
I : orite all year round.
Here's a holiday latke recipe
you'll want to try soon!
FLEISCHMANN'S
CHANUKAH LATKES
2 eggs, beaten
3 cups grated drained potatoes
4 tbs grated onion
1 s cup FlHschmann's margarine
1 tsp salt
1 tsp nenper
2 tbs matzo or cracker meal
Aud potatoes, onion, salt, pep-
per and meal to eggs. Drop mix-
ture by tablespoonfuls into hot
melted margarine. Fry till
brown on each side over mod-
erate heat. Serve hot with sour
c-eim or annlesauce. Serves 8.
A Happy Chanuka To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E Miami PI
At Gottlieb
Phono 377-9302
A Happy Chanuka To All ..
THE PF.ARLMAN FAMILY
BEACON
HOTEL
720 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 531-5891
AVAMjON
nOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Phono 534-4601
nAPPY HOLIDAY
GREFTINGS TO All
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVEI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
Greetings ...
JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN
Realtors
Sales Rentals Management
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, FWida 33134
4446161
Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
MEDICAL ARTS DRUGS
836 NW. 183rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone: 652-5340
1976 Campaign planning and training for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is under way, especially among
the leaders of the advance gifts division. Samuel J. Rabin
(seated) and Saul J. Morgan (left) of Miami Beach join-
ed Dr. Alvin L. Philipson (2nd from left) and Harry
Wainshal (2nd from right) of South Miami and Leslie
Fairmont (right) of North Miami Beach at a division
training session last week.
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
C0PACABANA HOTEL
3611 Collins Avenue
Telephone 531-5301
MiAMI BEACH
SUTTON OPTICAL
We are enlarging our Store and we now have a new en-
trance just around the corner from the old address
810 LINCOLN ROAD
New address
1660 MERIDIAN AVENUE
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
We offer UNLIMITED MILEAGE
. We give S&H GREEN STAMPS
We honor all major credit cards
We feature General Motors cars
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phor.c 526-52C3
roun
Frank R. Spence
City Manager of Miami Beach
Best Wishes to the Entire
Jewish Community for a
Happy Chanuka


Page 10-E
+3eitJkrttiar
Friday, November 28, 1975
Cultural Forum Hears Vaor
Two Mi

d :
Americas i
re Deb-ah S;idel
Ft the Heb
Acs
- .
" -
eke n s C due
task year.
Jaen-< r%*aver
tbe daughter of M
"
-
teges.'
Itooro College, chartered
the Ne Stan E mrd of
{eats, ii
eaphasis r" rfc >*
to the I
cohort : Western
ticn
A
Maty and William Arranove
c. ~>r^ ,v-CJi.r.2
err at the p-a-ilar
mocthrj Miami
Beach B'oti 5 ril I ige No.
15-1 Monday, N 24
The AgranO"
married in London Ca-
came to -ach :n
in
-'-. Fed-
efBtl t has been a
Jer for 50
yean
O
Rabbi Tbor H. Sum. q
Co-
Ce uugugue re-
toor.
- Stern op.
mester ; lecture series for
predua*ir!2 r':2s- :-: "
Yeshiva fans
rOD S'->"ovc:-^;
Oil the Halachu ind tecfeni
of the IB He lec-
tured on-the Ta
!
kde I-": and was ei: -
<:
and the Young I?rr:r 1 of
Leans, Mo.
M Stern ark
1--:- end -": b
t nv- : ad lio vat m I
.": ...-.-. Rest osa
Sheryl Hammer, daughter cf
Mrs Oscar Hammer
racer< ed a plaque for her
award-winning essay on "W l
Jodaisni Means to Me As An
American
Awarded annually by Jewish
Col David Mar-
c-5 Port N 746 and Auxiliary.
the plaque waa presented to
Shi ge Pool Ribc
ret.-: c .....lander of
US. at a Spe-
t -eeaticr;
E -
The Oneg Shabl
services w. Post
N "4- and A Sher-
l or.
.w *
to C uV
F.Ginen. San Juar. S:
Thomas and Puer:
was part of a recent
ticn for Edith and htm
Zrpp of Kendall.
Gad Chapter
r-an. pres: '
A
frorr.
N
I
executive
i
Dec I
.. a
*r v at "
Kurzban
1 at
. ...::.- : thers
in 1
bers.
Hcppy Chanukah!
Brim-hll of Good" Cheer
Good cheer, good company.
I coffee together at
ear. a*
ate Chin ikah, the
good a Bee *o 3n-n
coffee yon can drink with-
-_ sleep
-
. ri c
every day and
i coffee handy for qoiek
Bent anv time Any way
you rr.a>e certified kosher Brim.
elow-ripe flavor from
..... :offee be :r;
ae!
May your Chanukah be brim-
eood cheer'
Hebrew Cultural Fornsi
held its monthly meeting on
Jay.

Menahem Nao: e in He-
brew on "King Dav.d. Gre
Bea Prof. N
net from the Hebrew Uni-
1
-
Mazda Margarine and Oil
Belong in Your Hcme
[bring Chanukah
If you're concerned
cholesu
eating T
Ma rn oil and
Red ma
::- holiday cooking and
I Both are kosher and
^u can use the-", for
eat or dairy dishes. And since
I ix k ith pure corn
oil, they're high in polyunsatu-
rates and low :n saturated fa:?
So the:
for vou.
For an e>rtra d
rion or. latkea
uing Mazola pure corn oil and
Mazola r.rcet
rine!
NUTTY POTATO LATKES
: tbs Mazol 1 :" eel ons
mar \- ill
1 tbs
3 bo:k na
3 BJ
l-4 cur- Choppi :
Dash of pepper
Melt Mazola roarga
heavy pan Add Mazola oil and
heat we'.l. Mash the potatoes,
mix with eggs, walnuts and pep-
per. Pour onto the hot
brown until latke i? crusty and
golden-colored. Turn and :r
until reverse side is abo crusty
and golden Serve hot with -
cream or applesauce. Serves 4.
Storer
Broadcasting
Miami Beach. Fla.
Extends to
the entire
Jewish Community
A Very Happy
Chanuka
M.B. Hadassah
Haontfh Senesch g>rewp
h&ld fts reg"jlaf nee-i^e en
c. 1. at noon at '
D?lano Hotel. There will be a
cantata
Si
snack luncheon. Inez To>
stna is president.
Hahn Vassky Group will hei I
a regnla meeting 01
da; Dr.'. 3. at neon at
j
. h. A !.: 1 ]
'- ... -.
CHANUKAH GPEE' '.35 TO ALL
DRAPERIES EXPERTLY CLEANED
FREE ESTIMATE AND INSPECTION
Chosen by Florida's Homes and Shops
Here's Why
OLDEST PERSONAL SERVICE !N MIAMI
Complete PERSONALIZED SERVICE -From Removal
to Rer-anciinq
SUN STREAKS & YELLOWING REMOVED
OR.GINAL LENGTH GUARANTEED
DECORATOR PLEAT FOLDED
Custom Made Draperies Fabrics Pre Tested
for Cleaning
FLORIDA DRAPERY SPECIALISTS
445 N.W. 54th St., Miami, Fla. 33127 757-0649
Best Wishes To All From
Louie Tezanos Jr.
FAR-0-FASHIO\S
INCORPORATED
LADIES APPAREL
1051 EAST 14th STREET
HIALEAH 33010
Telephone 885-7636


P-i-Hav. November 28, 1975
*Jenisiincr*Jisn7
Page 11-E
Chanukah Party To Honor Habif
The board of directors and
Fdward Mordoh. president, of
he Sephardic Jewish Center of
Cre-ner Mami have announced
that this vear's Chanukah party
and dinner dance will b. given
in honor of past P^s.dent Isaac
Moreno Habif at the Eden Roc
Hotel this Sunday t- ening at 6.
and will feature American and
Oriental music.
Mr Habif. who was born in
Turkey and studied in Paris.
Say "I'Chaim!"
With Israel's Own Sabra
There's no more appropriate
drink to greet the festival of
Chanukah than Sabra ... Is-
rael's native orange-chocolate
liqueur. No other liqueur du-
l unique, warm flavor.
Perfect as an after-dinner
cordial with coffee, Sabra is aiso
delidoM as an ingtedicnt in
creative disixt. For ex-
CREPES SABRVSTVLE
The crepes:
3 eggs
3 tbs ur
das
2 tbs sugar
2 3 cup milk
3 drons vanilla
Mix flour and sugar. Beat
eggs, than add salt and vanilla.
Mix with flour and sugar and
beat until smooth. Butter small
frying pan over medium heat
and add enough mixture to
cover bottom thinly (tilt the nan
to get it covered). Loosen edges
of crepe as it cooks. When
browned, turn over. When
cooked on both sides, remove
to heated plate. Pile crepes one
on the next and keen them cov-
ered until all are cooked.
The Sabra Sauce:
3 tbs butter
3 tbs orange juice
1 tsp grated orange peel
'i cup brandy
2 tbs sugar
>4 cup Sabra Liqueur
Fold crepes in quarters. In
a hot pan melt butter, add sugar
and mix. Add crepes an I
sprinkle lightlv with sugar. Add
brandy and Sabra and allow to
heat until bubbling. Flame. (The
best way to do this is by heating
a little brandy in a large spoon
and lighting that: then 9nread
flaming brandy over mixture.)
Stir while flaming. When flame
dies out. serve.
Serves 4 to 6.
Best Wishes To All ...
SURF STRICTLY
KOSHER MARKET
7432 Collins Avenue, M.B.
865-0559
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th A v..
Miami, Florida
Telephone 576-3060
Compliments of
JERRY METZ
J A II AtTO
WHS < KICKS
949-2277
2065 NE. 151st ST.
North Miami Beach
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 545-7380
ISAAC M. HABIF
"' d in Havana in 1928. event-
ually becoming owner of sev-
cidi DU in.-sses cateiing to the
"".n-t trade. In 1960 he left
f-fevana, ind all his business
in''res's there, to come to Mi-
ami, where he heads his rj
insurance agency.
Mr. Ha irved :i> nreid",nt
of the Sephardic Jewish Center
in Havana, was a charter mem-
ber and president of B'nai B'rith
Maimonides Lodge and a mem-
ber of Washington Masonic
Lodge and the Supreme Coun-
cil of the 33rd Degree. He is
a member of the Mahi Shrin*.
Masonic Lodge Luz de America
and the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
Members of the party com-
mittee, in addition to Mr. Mor-
doh. are Morris Comerchen.
chairman, and Mrs. Dora J. ts-
formes, cochairman.
Wolfson-Spinoza
Forum Schedule
Dr. Abraham Wolfson-Spinoza
Forum for Enlightment meets
every Thursday at 10 a.m. at
Washington Federal Bank in
Miami Beach. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson founder; Arnold Klein-
er, chairman. December pro-
grams include School Volunteer
Program "You Have So Much
To Offer" (Dec. 4); Meyer Cha-
riff "Is Spinoza Correct?" (Dec.
11); Rabbi Irving Lehrman. "Re-
membering Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son" (Dec. 18).
Friends ef Dropsie U.
To Hear Alumnus
The Friends of the Drops;e
University. Florida Division,
will hold an education meetin
on Thursday, Dec. 11. at 1:30
p.m. at the Bay Harbor Island
Town Hall.
Dr. Joseph Diamond, a scho-
lar and educato" who Is an
alumnus of The Dropsie Uni-
versity nf Philadelphia, will lec-
B on '"Dimensions in Jewis.i
Thought." He is consultant to
Temple Emanud's schools and
Adult Education Institute.
A Happy Chanuka To All. ..
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
rhene 573-7626
$
HainiMt
MEETINGS
AVIS RENT A CAR SYSTEM
FEATURES PLYMOUTH AND OTHER FINE CARS
SOUTH EAST FLORIDA AREA
Phone 538-4441
BEST WISHES AT CHANUKA
YAMAHA STEREO
SALES & SERVICE
145 S.W. 57th AVENUE
MIAMI 33144
yi
CHANUKA GREETINGS
YAI/S SHELL
T9WING-TUNE-UPS-BRAKES
2701 WEST FLAGLBR
MIAMI 33135
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
YOUR PUCE
N.W. 27th Avenue and 79th STREET
BEST WISHES AND
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
VEGA BRAKES INC.
2865 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI 33142
OLD CUTLER
CITGO SERVICE
16800 OLD CUTLER ROAD
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Harris Earned 1976 United Wa\ Chairman;
Volunteers' Achievement Is Applauded
United Way 19~5 general
campaign chairman J. Bernard
Shumate turned over the chair-
manship to Marshall S. Harris
of Hams & S:rkin at the I
Victory and Awards meeting in
mid-November.
In 1*72 ari 1973 Hams ltd
campaigr.tr.e among Dade Coun-
ty's emp!o>t.- r.-i is 1973 ~e
cochaired the Inx md
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Pour mixture over crust. Bake
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Reduce oven temperature to 250
degrees: continue baking 30
minutes. Loosen cake from rim
of pan; cool before removing rim
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syrup and garnish with chopped
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Alvah EL C'-.apman. Jr.. presi-
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Israel Bond Dec. 7 "Phone-A-Thon"
Headquarters Designated
Four strategic locations
throuphout the Greater Miami
area will be the campaign sites
for the Second Cash Mobiliza-
tion 9 am.-noon "Phone-A-
Thon" Sunday, Dec 7, to help
collect outstanding cash sub-
scriptions for the 1975-76 Great-
er Miami Israel Bond campaign
and to pet new subscriptions of
Israel Bond pledges. The an-
nouncement was made by Jack
M. Bash of Miami Beach, Cash
Mobilization cha:rman.
The headquarters, which will
be manned by campaign volun-
teers, include the stock brok-
erage firm of Bache & Co., 420
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach;
Shearson Hayden Stone, 631
71st St., Miami Beach, and at
3099 East Commercial Blvd., Ft.
Lauderdale; Herzfjld and Stern,
3906 S. Ocean Dr., Hallandale;
and E. F. Hutton Company,
17168 Biscayne Blvd.. North Mi-
ami Beach.
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Phone 649-3141
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1144 S.W. 27th Avenue
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Phone 643-3151
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763 Arthur Godfrey Road
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Phone 531-0592
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Phone 691-4343
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6060 LaGORCE DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
DAVID BLUMBERG
Bluiiiberg Speaker
At Ferre Dinner
David M. Blumberg. interna-
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will be the guest sneaker at the
B'nai B'rith Humanitarian
Award Dinner honoring Miami
Mayor Maurice A. Ferre on
Sunday, Dec. 14. Announce-
ment was made by dinner chair-
man Joel Gray. Cochairman is
E. Albert Pallot.
Blumberg will present Mayor
Ferre with the Humanitarian |
Award, B'nai B'rith's highest
award for distinguished service
to the community.
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Friday, November 28, 1975
in jQ-r. the Grantor Hit i Jt
Fede-a:. Advance Gifts WvWon, Dr. Dale G. Davis
. South ':.. ned Sorth Miami broadcaster
i B. MorfoUs fsccond from right) and leaders Fred
: second *rom left of Swfside and Gerald Ross
formulating Combined Jewish .-.r:
Emergency Fund plans recently.
Three leaders of the Miami Hebrew Academy met re-
cently to make plans for the school's 28th annual Schol-
arship Dinner scheduled for Dec. 14 at the Deauville
Hotel. From left: Mr. and Mrs. Josh Rephun and Mrs.
George Goldbloom. Mrs. Rephun is president of the PTA.
Mr. Rephun is the school's vice president and Mr Gold-
bloom is chairman of its public relations committee.
Sunflower Society, women's division of Sunland Train-
ing Center, will hold a "Florentine Festival" luncheon
on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Plants
grown by Sunland residents and an assortment of Italian
boutique items will be for sale. Pictured here (from left)
are Mrs. A. J. Rosen, ticket chairman; Mrs. Louis Baron.
president; Mrs. Murray Goodman, coordinator; Mrs. Ti-
bor Ho'do, president.
Beth Tefila Plaits Chanukah Fete
The Hallaadak Jewish Cen-
ter Congregation Beth Tefila
annual Chanukah celebration
will be on Sunday. Nov. 30. at
7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary
A Chanukah T will be
delivered by Rabbi Harry E
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candle-ugh ting ceremony. The
choir and Cantor will sing, and
the Congregation will join in
community singing.
A collation including latkef
will follow and there will be
square and social dancing to
the music of Ralph Fine Stereo.
The evening's program is being
gives by the Congregation,
sponsored by Sisterhood and
the Mei's Club.
Greetings To The
Jetcish Community
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co-ord;r,afed b/ the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
co-editors
Dr. Max A. Lioschitz naob Robert J. Orkand
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
ISSUES AND ANSWERS
hrael-The Chosen Chtinukah: Its Ceremonies

Bv RABBI CHARLES RUBEL
No concent in Judaism has
k.'n more maligned or mis-
understood than the concept of
the Chosen people. Many non-
L fe-l that the claim of the
]' or Israel as the Chosen
people of God is sheer arro-
;inc- on the Part of the Jew.
the claim that he alone has be*-n
chos(.n bv God as His favorite
neople. This concept is even
more misunderstood than is the
concept of Zionism, which is
now before the eyes of mankind.
-hn the ami-Semitic world of
Arabs and communists has
branded Zionism as a racist
philosophy. I am lea- ing the
defense of Zionism in more
competend hands than mine.
I would like to discuss the
philosophv of the Chosen peo-
ple as it his always be?n under-
stood in Judaism, not as an ar-
rogant claim, but as the true
philosophy of the Torah and its
ideals. Does it m<*an that the
Jew is racially superior, as Hit-
;,- Yimach Shemo claim-
ed for his "Obei 'wmehan;" the
blond N izi beasts? Does it *"**n
- v must enjoy special
Do we mean to im-
' 'ir. -ntally super
nher nations of the
world5 Not at all.
Ou*- *ahSH and nrnnb-ts have
defined that concent as being
one of responsibility. When a
Jew recites the blessing Asher
Bochar lionu. before the Torah
reading, he does not mean that
he is better than the Italian or
the Frenchman, but it means
that he accepts the responsibi-
lity which t*>e Tot-H t*""'"^
upon him to live the decent ex-
Ptohrv life, prescribed by
God's Law in the Torah and in
Rabbinics.
We Jews are to be an ex-
ample of better behavior in our
lives as human beings, we are
{f to strive to reach the high goals
set in our Torah to live and act
justly, to be kind to others, to
really show that the Jew strives
for a better world of peace, jus-
tice and righteousness between
man and his neighbor, and na-
tion and nation, that we strive
to bring the world to a real day
*'hen men will learn war no
more, and when the lion will
lie down with the lamb. The
fulfillment of such a task re-
quires discipline and self-con-
Iwl Judaism has, for exam-
ple. ordaind for us th- observ-
ance of the dietary laws to
teach us the concept that life is
sicred. even if it is only that
of an animal. When w take
's,t innocent life for our eating
Pleasure, we must at the sam
time follow certain ways and
laws which ar to demonstrate
ur concept of mercy and pity.
We cover the blood of the
""u we prepare for food, as a
Jj|*rt of atonement for taking its
"re, a sort of burial, so tc sneak.
h .1... i,n method of slaught sr
Pas scient'ficajfcf been nrovirt
tn b> -he least nainful for the
n>mal. and only anti-Semite
Wl branded Shechita as cruel.
A Jew must not eat blood in
BnV shaoe. form or manner, and
;' w'- soiV and salt the r-eat to
femo'-e th blood. An egg with
a drop of hlood is Treif. Every
observant Jews knows that. And
the lesson of the Jewish dietary
laws is mercy and the sacred-
ru'ss of all life, whether of an
animal or a human being.
As Jews. then, we must dedi-
cate our lives to social justice,
to bring about a day of justice
and brotherhood between man
and man. and nation and nation.
We conclude all our prayers
with Adon Olom. Lord of the
Universe, not Adon Yisroel,
Lord of Israel.
We recite the Olenu prayer
three times a day to emphasize
that we look forward to the day
when all mankind will be united
nder the banner of One God
Who created us all, when broth
erhood will really be the uni-
versal law of all men. These are
the principles to which our Jew-
ish chosen-ness dedicates us as
Jews.
And our task is undone as
long as there is somewhere in
the world where men suffer be-
cause of the cruelty of man to
his fellow man
The Jew points his finger at
the wicked nations of the world
and warns them that all wicked
and evil rulers will finally de-
stroy themselves, as the Psalm-
ist clearly states, Temose.s Ro-
cu pn that the evil itself
kills the wicked one in the end.
This is being proven now,
when wicked nations, cruel dic-
tatorships, had the arrogance
and chuptzah to brand Zionism
as racist.
We are here to teach the
world that the God of history is
always fighting on the side of
justice, and that justice and
truth will prevail in the end.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion, Miami, Florida
Chanukah is a minor holiday
in our calendar, but one which
is widely observed. The beauty
of the Festival of Lights evi-
dences itself in its meaningful
customs and ceremonies. The
special prayers and songs, the
lighting of the Chanukah can-
dles, the menorah, the spinning
of the dreidle, the gifts and
Chanukah geldt, all are an inte-
gral part of these eight happy
days.
Yet. the so-called modern
trend has been away from cere-
monials. In far too manv of our
Jewish homes the abandonment
of our religious rituals and cere-
monies is shocking, to say the
least, and this neglect does not
augur well for our future con-
tinuity unless religious leaders
and teachers and members of
synagogues can make a con-
certed effort to achieve a new
awareness of ceremonials anil
their significance all year round
and not only on a specific or
isolated occasion like Chanukah.
I WONDER how manv of u>
realize the role ceremonials do
play in our daily lives. We stanr*
at attention when we hear the
national anthem. We salute the
flag of our countrv to show de-
ference to the principles it re-
flects. We observe Independence
Day and thus pay our respect to
the Founding Fathers of our na-
tion.
All these are ceremonials
Women wear wedding bands as
a symbol of their love and devo-
tion. These are obvious and
Question Box
CANDIEUGKTING TIME
Ui
24 KISLEV 5:09
III I
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why Is suicide forbidden
in Jewish law?
Generally speaking, one who
commits suicide denies the au-
thority of the Almighty, who rs
the ultimate owner of both
man's body and his soul. The
Talmud (Baba Kama 91 :B) in-
terprets the verse in Genesis
(9:5) which states "I will seek
a reckoning for your blood" to
mean that the Almighty will
seek a reckoning from any man
who SDills his own blood. If the
g-meral rule of Judaism is to
value life, this requirement in-
cludes valuing one's own life.
A person who dos not value
his own life would have little
regard for anyone else's life or
life in general. A auestion is
raised by some as to why
martyrdom would be allowed
whereas suicide would be pro-
hibited. They answer this bv ex-
plaining that martyrdom is
something which is in conform-
ity with God's will because it
awes the desecration of His
maior commandments. Suicide.
on the other hard is not in a-t
in cmformitv with God's will.
Martvrdom is an act of gen-
erositv wVre nn* offers h*s life
,.n certain ci^camstances for
the Ov-in- uutuot*. c'ioi' '.
contrast, i seltvh act vfohtt-
\vi man's commitment to life
wHi^h was prescribed be th-
Almishtv. A 7m,iine suicide, if
it can be oroven to be genuine
would strip the deceased from
his rights of eulogy, mourning,
etc. However, consideration is
usually given by the rabbis to
the understanding that whoever
commits suicide is mentally
disabled. Thus, he might be con-
sidered as acting under the com-
pulsion of forces which over-
come him and make him ir-
responsible for his actions. It
is. for that reason, therefore,
that suicide victims are given
proper burial and are mourned
according to Jewish law. A con-
temporary' oroblem in this area
is that of those who direct that
their lives not be scared in the
case of incurable illness. Gen-
er4My. Jewish law would be
against such practice as a phase
of suicide.
What is Parocheth?
A "Parocheth" is a curtain
which hangs over the ark bear-
ing the holy Torahs. In Western
rite it hangs in front of the
doors. In Eastern tradition it
hangs behind the doors of the
ark. Tliin is a carryover from
the Biblical description in the
Book of Exodus which required
that a "Parocheth" (curtain)
be hung to separate the Holy of
Holies from the rest of the Holy
section in the ancient temple.
The idea was that the concept
of holm ens calls for separation
and withdrawal as a high form
of man's discipline. Whatever is
holy stands off at a distance to
be admired and appreciated,
whoever seeks to appreciate it
stands away In awe and deep
reverence.
time-honored ceremonials. It is
not a sign of intellectual super-
iority for an American to for-
sake or ignore the customs and
ceremonies of the American
people.
SO ALSO in Judaism cere-
monies have become fixed
means of conveying certain
ideals and commemorating his-
toric events. The customs and
rituals enhance the imagination
by giving content and concrete-
ness to otherwise abstract ideas
and emotions. Religious doctrine
needs to be supplemented by
observances and picturesque
methods to teach us lessons and
give us ethical and moral ex-
amples. To practice these cere-
monials we are bound to
strengthen our religious moor-
ings and broaden our base of
observance.
The Sabbath makes us cogniz-
ant that we are the handiwork
of God. The Day of Atonement
(Yom Kippur) impresses uf
with the importance of self-
improvement. Judaism calls
upon us to show our apprecia-
tion for what is otherwise taken
for granted and regarded as
commonplace- We therefore
recite special prayers on awak-
ening from sleep, on partaking
of a meal, sharing in some en-
joyment, and the like. The pious
Jew attaches the Divine name
and command (the mezuzah) to
the doorpost, so that in bis home
God and duty are entwined and
hallowed.
THE T7ITEIT remind him
that his life must be one of
purity. The Teffilin phylac-
teries) signify that his heart,
mind and hand are one with
God. Oa retiring to bed at night
the Jew prayerfully commits his
soul to the Almighty's care by
reciting the "Kriat Sh'ma." Up-
on arising in the morning he
thanks his Creator for festering
his soul. The Jewish parent
pledges the male child to Torah,
the marriage canopy (chupah)
and good deeds (maasim toviny
at the Brith Milah ritual and
the parent names his new-born
daughter in the svnaHojj"3 as
an act of consecration to God.
Judaism does not say "Do
these acts, they are holv." II
savs make every act holy. Every
object in nature, every human
experience tells of God's power,
goodness and glory.
TO THOSE who would deny
the meaningfulness of our Jew-
ish religious customs and cere-
monies, to those who will not
wear Tallit or prayer shawl, or
who feel that our age-old rit
mis and practices are obsolete
or are of no consequence. 1
should like to point out th it
these same iconoclasts, strange-
ly enough with remarkable in-
consistency, will rush to lodge
meetings to bedck themselves
in al> sorts of regalia and uni-
forms.
They will, without convuaint,
underco varied rituals and rit
in initiation cetemonies. Thev
will parade in tOStumea and
rnb~s of office to show their
rank or status.
A soldier can just as easily
fire a gun in civilian cV"hea.
However, he wears a uniform
to remind him at all times that
he is serving in the armed
forces of his country.
The Jew adheres to his cus-
toms and ceremonies to make
him a part of his oast, to give
him a reason for living and to
inspire him to future identifica-
tion with his people. As a result,
Judaism has survived for cen-
turies under the most adverse
conditions.
Through clinging to and un-
derstanding the role of tradi-
tions. We shall with God's help
continue to sing and pray "Am
Yisrael Chai." The people of
Israel lives.
"Mil

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayeshev
The brothers strip Joseph and throw him into the
pit. A caravan of Lshraaelites is seen in the background.
"And it came to pass, when Joseph was come unto
his brethren, that they stripped Joseph of his coat"
(Gen. 37.23).
VAYESHEV Jacob and his sons dwelt in the land
of Canaan as shepherds. Of all his sons, Jacob loved
Joseph best. His obvious favoritism, and Joseph's ac-
count of his grandiose dreams, produced hatred and
ealousy among the brothers. Joseph's brothers sold the
hated favorite to some Ishmaelite merchants, who took
Joseph to Egypt with them. There Potiphar. an officer of
the Pharaoh and captain of his guard, bought Joseph as
a slave. The Hebrew lad quickly rose to a position of
responsibility in his master's household. However, Jo-
seph rejected the advances of Potiphar's wife; she slan-
dered him, and he was imprisoned. But in prison, too,
God was with Joseph, and he won the confidence of the
jailers. He became known as an interpreter of dreams
by correctly reading the significance of the dreams of'
the Pharaoh's butler and baker when they were his >
prison-mates.
This recounting of the Weakly Portion of the Law is extract**
and based up* "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,*
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, anc
the volume is available at 27 William St., New York, N.Y
10005 President of the society distributing the volume ii
Joseph Schlang.


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Friday, November 28, I97f

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But, boil it all down and
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t. BIAS TIRES
Two. four or >ometimes even more plies (or
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the cheapest tire to buy.
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Similar to the bias tire with the addition of two
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Ruyinf tires hs tOMfh
You almost need an engineer's education to
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Rated Load Range D.
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steel cable design
comfort,
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