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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 20, 1967

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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^Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lime 41) -Number 41
Minmi. Florida, Friday, October 20, 1967
Fr.
JEWISH LEADERS MEET IN WASHINGTON
Capitol Meeting Blasts
U.S.S.R. Anti-Semitism
The Eternal Light lor Soviet Jewry" is rekindled by House
Speaker John W. McCormack in ceremonies on steps ot
the Capitol during a Washington leadership mobilization
of the American Jewish Conlerence on Soviet Jewry. In
front, with the Speaker, are (trom lelt) Habbi Israel Miller.
Conference chairman, and Senator Jacob K. Javits ot New
York. The eight-foot lamp, sculptured in bronze, was first
kindled two years ago at a mass protest demonstration
opposite The White House, attended by some 1U.U0U per-
sons.
NEW YORK UTAi The plight
ol Jews in the Soviet Union and in
Arab countries dominated the Yom
Kippur prayers of Jews throughout
the free world
The presidents of 24 national or
ganixations comprising the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry and key leaden from 125
Jewish communities in 30 states.
met in Washington to demand that
Soviet authorities end their policy
of denying religious, cultural and
communal rights to the 3.000.000
Jews of the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of
the Conference, told the Jewish
leaders that "token concessions"
for Soviet Jewry prior to the June
war had been succeeded by a "hys-
terical and vicious anti Jewish.
anti-Israel and anti-Zionist cam-
paign" indicating "further deteri-
oration" of the situation of Soviet
Jewry
He called on Soviet leaders to
end the "irrational factors"
which have determined policy
toward Russian Jews to secure
their future and allow them self-
realization "as Jews, as citizens
and as human beings."
later 25 of the leaders met with
presidential adviser Walt Rostow
and other United States officials a'
the White House. Rabbi Miller said
Continued on Pago 7-A
Nazis Face Court For
Mass Killing Of Jews
PARADE TO SHOW ARMOR
Old City Will Be Site of
20th Anniversary Fete
JERUSALEM (JTAI United
Jerusalem will be the local point
of next yi-.ii s 20th anm\ H-.u > cel-
ebrations of Israel's independence
with a full scale military par.ute
and restoration of the too year-old
Ramban (Rabbi Moshe Ben Nali
man Synagogue in the Old City,
Kit oldest Known synagogue in Jc
rusalen
The announcement of plan-- for
Israel I 20th Anniversarv Year.
winch will be officially Inaugurated
by President Shaiar on Sunday,
was made this week by Dr. Jacob
rlerteg, chairman of the Govern-
ment Committee on Celebra'iou*
lie said that emphasis wi'l be .>n
the nation's ties with Jewish cum
munitiea all over the world and on
the impact of the Six Day War
On schedule are 40 International
conferences to be held in I-
uith an anticipated attendance ol
15.000 people The first large
group, arriving this week, is the
600-member special mission ot the
United Jewish Appeal which will
study the problems of immigrant
welfare and absorption arising from
the Six Day War and its aftermath
Next month there will be Wei/-
mann Day in honor of the late Dr
Chaim Wcizmann. fust president
Of Israel In March, the Jewish War
Veterans of the United Statei will
hold its convention here Also
scheduled i~ a world conference "1
Jewish Journalists.
The projected military parade in
Jerusalem on Independence Day
will mark the first time that Israel
displays its full armed might in its
capital city Untl this year, armis-
tice regulations limited the num-
ber and type of weapons that could
be paraded m .!eirsalcm.
BONN (JTA) Fourteen mem-
bers of a German police unit ac-
cused of the mass murder of Jews
in the Bialystok ghetto in 1941
went on trial in Wuppertal this
week They are charged with hav-
ing set fire to the main synaeogw-
iii the Polish city on June 27. IPiI
after forcing at least 800 Jews into
the building. The Jews were burned
alive when the synagogue wai
drenched with benzine and ignited
with hand grenades.
Despite the gravity of tlu
charges, none of the accused is in
custody. Among them are Hans
Behrens, 72. a former high police
official now receiving pension;
I Meinru-h Schneider. 53. a former
j police lieutenant now a business
; nan in Wuppertal; Police Com mis
; jar Rolf Joachim Bucks; and Wit
: helm Schafiraph. 65. Originally
here were 24 accused but nine died
and one committed suicide
Only two Jewish witnesses to tile
crime survive, a fireman and a
doctor Both live in Israel and arc
coming to Wuppertal to testify Sur
vivinsj members of the police bat
t a lion, No 309. have also been or
ad tn testify The prosecution
said that the 175 page indictment
shi ws that the accused had iis-
played "abnormal delight" in theii
deed.
Soviet Arms Blamed
for New Suez Clashes
JERUSALEM iWNSi The re
cent spate of fighting incidents
triggered by Egyptian forces along
the I -rae I occupied Sinai Peninsula
and the Sue/ area, particularly last
week's clash In which an Egyptian-
piloted Soviet MIG jet was brought
U.K., Egypt in Mideast Talks
LONDON (JTA) A special em-
isaarj sent to Cairo by Poreign
Secretary George Brown in a move
to restore British Egyptian rela-
I Ol ~. leported this week that l'n-
icient Nasser now attaches gTeal
importance" to a United Natl
presence in the Middle East and
would be prepared to return to the
1948 Egyptian Israeli armistice
agri emenl
Dingle Foot, the I.'liner So
licitor-General, said In a television
inteiview thai he had discussed a
1 (id,, Easl settlement with Nasser
loun l him ready to return to
1B48 armistice status The
emenl provided for a m
Israel-Egyptian commission under
a United Nations chairman A
prior condition, however, would
have to be Israeli withdrawal from
Occupied Egyptian territory.
Israel has stated repeatedly
that the 1949 armistice agree-
ments are dead and cannot be r#-
vived and that the 1949 armistice
lines were irrevocably wiped out
by the Arab military action pre-
cipitatir-i the June war. It was
recalled here in connection with
Nasser's desire foi a U.N. pre-,
enca that it was Nasser's evic-
tion of the United Nations Emer-
gency Force that resulted in the
Egyptian Israeli confrontation
and the war.
Foreign office circles resent Is-
raeli press attacks on Britain and
British Ministers The) pointed out
thai H i- simph not true" to IS]
that Britain is trying to appease
. Milan President Nasser at the
expense ol Israel Britain was look
ing after her own Interests, but
this was another matter." the)
said Britain considered the I N
Security Council a "better mi di
urn" for discussions on the Middle
Bast especlaU) with I view to ex
ploring the possibilities of reopen
Continued on Page 10-A
down by Israeli lighter planes,
have lent credence to belief that
the Soviet Union may have re-
plenished as much as eighty per-
cent of the losses suffered by Cairo
in the Juno war with Israel
The Egyptian plane was shot
down when it was intercepted
while n was penetrating Israel
CCUpied territory and its pilot was
believed to have been killed. An
accompanying enent) plane man-
aged to escape
No one here in official position
has estimated the extent of So-
viet replacement of weapons for
E.-jypt, but it is widely believed
that the influx of Soviet weapons
has been such as to upset the
balance of power in the Middle
East.
According to Terrence Smith.
New York Times correspondent
who Interviewed the Israeli Pre-
mier, Mr Eshkol not only confirm-
ed the eighty percent figure hut
said that the Influx ol Soviel arms
has made our position more pre
Continued on Page 13-A
RAPS SEPARATISTS
King Rejects
Negro A ttack
On Zionism
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Martin
Luther King. Jr., head of th*
Southern C hristian leadership Con-
ference, denounced black separa
tism and anti-Semitism this wee*
and repudiated the anti-Israel
position taken by the New Politic i
Convention in Chicago last month
The Negro leader said anti-Sem>
tism was "immoral" and was being
used to divide Negro and Jew "wh'i
have collectively collaborated in
the struggle for justice."
Dr. King's statement came in re
ply to a letter from Morris B. Ab
ram. president of the American
Jewish Committee, and the pres-
dents of nine Jewish organizations
' affiliated in the National Com
munity Relations Advisory Council
They had drawn his attention to
the anti-Israel declaration adopted
at the Chicago convention at which
Dr. King had been the opening
speaker, and had asked him to dis
soc;ate himself from the COnvetl
tion stand.
In hi- reply, Dr King noted that
he had left the convention early
and pointed out that the Sfl.i
staff members had been "the mo<'
vigorous and articulate opponents
of the simplistic resolution on thj
Middle East question." He sail
that, if he had been there daring
the discussion. "I would have mad*
it crystal clear that I could no'
have supported any resolution
calling for black separatism o
calling for a condemnation of Israel
and an unqualified endorsement of
the policy of the Arab powers
Dr King stated that the SCLC
had "expressly, frequently and l .
Continued on Page 8-A
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Israel Rejects Blame
For Fighting In Suez
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
Israel firmly rejected this week
Egyptian attempts to place upon it
responsibility "for events along the
Suez Canal or for their conse-
quences" In a letter to the presi
dent of the Security Council. Am
lador (lideon Itafael said that
"United Arab Republic authorities
have only themselves to blame for
the incidents which have caused 10
much death, injury, suffering and
damage."
"It is highly regrettable." Am-
bassador Rafael's letter stated,
"that L'AR authorities chose not
only to initiate these incidents but
to do so from gun emplacements
located in populated areas and in
the immediate vicinity of hospitals,
schools and other civilian institu
tions. When fire is opened on Is-
raeli forces near the ceasefire area
by Egyptian forces, the Israelis arc
compelled, for self defense, to re
turn the fire in order to silence the
Egyptian guns. It is with ut.nost
restrain! that Israel forces react in
face of attack and harassment."
The Israeli envoy denounced as
"completely unfounded" the all*
gation that the Israel government
was motivated by a policy of "so
lective shelling."
Israel's policy, ha stated, "i to
respect tha cease-fire on tha un-
derstanding that tha UAR will
also act in complete reciprocity.
It is noteworthy that tha UAR
has not given any similar assur-
ances that its policy is likewise
based upon tha complete and re-
ciprocal observance of the cease-
fire. On the contrary, UAR offi-
cial statements corroborate tha
well-known fact that they ara in
utter violation of tha obligations
undertaken by tha UAR's accept-
ance of tha cease-fire."
In a related development. Lit
Nedivi, Israel's representative on
the General Assembly's economic
committee, said in reply to Arab
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reopened as soon as possible to the
paasage of ships of all nations with
out discrimination. We did not
close it.' said Mr Nedivi. "nor are
we preventing its reopening. In the
same way. Israel neither interrupt-
ed the shipments of oil nor inlet
tered with the flow of oil through
pipelines. It is certainly not re-
sponsible for tourists staying away
from Cairo and other Middle East
em capitals."
GID10N KAf AH
Trade With Arabs Is
Allowed To Continue
The Intensive Care Unit at Variey Children s Hospital will
soon receive additional electronic equipment as the result
of a $600 donation irom the Louis 1. Brandeis Women's
Club of Miami Beach. Dr. Michael Bevilacqua accepts the
welcome donation from the president, Mrs. Lena belznick.
with Mrs. Max Schuldiner (left) and Mrs. Lena Yagoda.
treasurer (right), loining in the presentation ceremonies.
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JKRl'SALEM The Israel
Finance Ministry said this week it
intended to permit the continua
tion of unofficial trade between 1-
| rael and Jordan, despite acts of
tcirorism and civil disobedience b>
re-idents of the occupied we si
bank Vegetables and other pro-
duce of the west bank move daily
across the Jordan River to he
marketed on the east bank.
Mayors of six west bank towns
pledged that they would make
every effort to reopen all their
schools. Most of the schools in '.heir
towni have been boycotted by the
Arab teachers, who refuse to work
under the Israeli regime or With
the curricula and new textbook*
introduced by the Israeli authori-
ties. The mayors were from the
towns of Nablus. Tulkarm. Janln.
Salfit. Tubas and Ibta They met
with Gen. Mo.shi- i>avan. the Mid
ister of Defense
Aftar pledging cooperation in
lha educational fiald, thay re-
quested that tha strict curfaw in
thair araa b* lifted. Stringent
curfews were established in thair
towns recently, aftar Arab busi-
nessman conducted a ganaral
strike, shutting their shops on
orders broadcast by the Jordsn-
ian radio. The mayors asked
Gen. Oayan to adjust their re-
gion's curfews to the same levels
operative in the rest of the west
bank area.
The List two "f Bast Jerusalem's
24 elementary schools opened this
Week with attendance just under
5i percent, officials reported. Olh-
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Volume 40
Number 41
A United Jerusalem Can
Show the Way to Peace
Last June the nceration ct the Old
(he victorious
teli forces effected a startling lm-
hout the world.
Jews everywhere thrilled to the
reai prospect ct access to rev -
ly places, an access denied
\nem for two decades. The prolound
effect of this development on Jewish
religious life was felt during the High
Hold Days just concluded.
But the liberation of the Old City
ct Jerusalem marked yet another
achievement. It united the two sectors
of the city which had been separated
by substantial physical barriers as
well as by a wall of hostility that
had been bunt up by the Jordanians
over the past 20 years.
When these barriers were remov-
ed, and Jews and Arabs comingled
freely lor the first time, world re-
action came thick and fast.
The Communist-Arab partnership,
as expected, vigorously protested
and denounced Israel ior the move.
Protests were also heard in the United
Nations irom various western govern-
ments.
In some responsible quarters, however, the
development was viewed as a step toward a
broadening of opportunity for coexistence
between Arabs and Israelis.
Evidences of the growing popularity of this
view were the results of a Harris poll last week
which showed a sharp reversal of opinion
among Americans on the future ot Jerusalem.
While last June, only 10 percent ot Ameri-
cans favored Israeli control over both sectors
of Jerusalem, the latest survey revealed that 42
percent ot the American respondents favored
Israel's retention of control of all ot Jerusalem.
Only 33 percent were against Israeli control
ct all Jerusalem while 24 percent were not
sure.
Although the halls ot the United Nations
v echo the demands diplomats calling on
Israel to rescind its measures uniting the two
sectors ot Jerusniem. the popular sentiment is
clearly evident in the Harris survey and similar
: ular support of the Israel position can be
expected in other western countries.
The poll also points up the obvious gap
: exists between the proceedings in
United Nations and the popular sentiments in
many of the countries.
One wonders it the French Government
would have altered its earlier position support-
ing Israel if the views of the French man on the
street were taken into account in developing
foreign policy.
Perhaps when governments are more at-
tentive to the sentiments ot informed popu'a-
tions, peace will be significantly closer in the
Middle East as well as in other parts o' the
world.
With He a vy He a rt
the Arab-Israel dispute, the Polish Government
had acted on political grounds and its mea-
sures were political in nature.
With this latest act ot vegeance, however,
Warsaw has singled out as its target one oi
the most humanitarian organizations that have
ever appeared on the European scene.
From time to time, various East European
states have shown their concern lor world
opinion and would, on occasion, set aside
political aims where these were obviously
conflict with humanitarian needs.
In the 20 years since the establishment ot
Israel, Poland has not been among (hose si
that were extreme in their hostility toward the
Jewish State for the sake ot Arar friend
And it is only recently that :
Poland have oegun to feel th< brunl
hostility.
For the sake oi all cone rned.
be best advised to recone ler
cision and allow the JDC tc
tarian endeavors.
JDC Is The Latest Target
The onti-lsrael reaction among East Euro-
pean countries to the Six-Day War reached an
unfortunate climax last week when the Polish
authorities announced that the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee would have to terminate its
activities in that country.
For years, the JDC has furnished aid and
relief to Polish Jews in a manner that has
boosted that nation's economy.
Until now, in following the Moscow line on
Succot A Festival Of Symbols
The Succot holiday is easily one of Ihe n
joyful festivals on the Hi I I
Rich in symbols, it provides memo;
opportunities in the oi ..:.-
and etrog comprising th-
used in prayer services and the succah.
Rare, indeed, is the child who would not
gain inspiration from observing these practices
in the home and the synagogue.
Along with other festivals during the y
Succot otters another means of rallying the
younger generation around the heritage ot
the Jewish faith in deed as well as in thought.
Succot particularly is the one festival more
concerned with the agriculture and life ot Is-
rael and is a tangible example of strengtnening
the relationship between the Diaspora and the
Holy Land in the traditions of our fathers.
More significant is the fact that Succot and
its symbolic features enables the Jew to demon-
strate a joyful pride in his religion, his land
and his people.
T!'I \\ iv w th .ill the in-
pin th all the ">.
with all tii- sheer exhilaration
ist feel
in Hi!- inarj country it
roust be admitted that this travel-
, de| arts with a beav) .nut fore-
. in ail
To begin with what ii >
and good and true in Israel, there
I- no other place on the face of
the earth that so wonderfully
proves the splendid fruitfulne .-
of human energy, ingenuity and
social cooperation. It is sheer
nonsense to credit Israel's success
in renovating a worn-out land and
building a rich and hopelul com
munity to the mere generosity of
the Jews of the Diaspora. The
money has been important, but
the people have been immeasur-
ably more important.
The inspiration is all the great
er, too, precisely because this Is-
raeli community is no more nu-
merous than a single, rather
minor modern megalopolis The
scale of this Israeli community
makes it intensely human in the
true, best sense.
The Great Leaders
Israel, in truth, is th* answer
to another puzzling question: how
on Earth did the few million
people of the original 13 Ameri-
can states produce great leaders
by the dozen even by the
score whereas the giant Ameri
ca of today instead produces
what we see around us?
In a small community with a
hich purpose, it seems, big men
flourish more easily, stand out
more clearly, reach their full
moral stature with greater swift
ness and assurance
Yet this harking hack to the
I8th centiirs i- appropriate fur
another reason of I verj different
- it The plain truth is that the
Israelis and their leaders ere '.ot
modern men The people at home
who pressed (or support of I-
el, self-righteously denouncing
the Vietnamese war, would be
I itterly unhappy in this country
provided the) stopped
long enough to hear what thi i
raelis reall) think and find out
how the) reall) ieu the world
In ever) respect, from their
wonderful Israeli toughness and
shining patriotism to the exceed
ingly Israeli opinion of the United
Nations from the sublime to
the ridiculous, in short the Is
raelil ire almost antimodern. and
for this \ei> reason the> are
clearly about to embark on an
experiment that is equally clearly
much too antimod.rn to succeed
in the long run.
Secure Borders
The central theme of this whole
series Of reports from Israel has
been the apparent Israeli deter
mination to hold those conquered
areas that will give Israel more
secure borders, even if this means
holding down a huge Arab minor
ity even an Eventual Arab
majority within these more
secure borders. This is so im
portant a matter that it cannot
tressed too oft n
at too great length
lybe the Israeli- i
some I of deal with
-em of Jordan which u..
them th.- Jordan Ri\
security frontier" while
ing to King Hussein
must of the West Bank
population. More likely,
raelil can find enough West
Aiab leaders to organize
Palestine within which th
raelis will merely hold c
military posts

.,:
Maybe, too. the Israelis ci
dissuaded from either of tl
arrangements. Yet this s,
highly unlikely unless the dissua-
sion is done almost at pistol p. ,nt
by the two great powers, the
United States and the Soviet
Union, acting in close concert.
And that also seems highly un-
likely
Thus, the real prospect that
must now be surely faced is the
establishment of a kind of Is-
raeli protectorate over areas I
the Gaza Strip is also includi-'ti
that are now inhabited by more
than a million Arabs. For the
reasons that have been given in
earlier reports, the majority ol
Israelis have persuaded them
selves that such a protectorate
ean be maintained without bra
tality and even with benefit to
the proteced population.
Antimodern Concept
Yet this surely is altogether
too antimodern a concept to
as the Israelis hope it will, at .i
rate for the long pull. It cam I
work in this manner even if
some great miracle, the Ai
make th- difficult yet in
transition from charismatic Ii
p to practical action, fr
rhetoie to rationally, from
pit) self Improvement
Certainl) eann.it work .is the .
i.niis hope if Israel eontinui
be surrounded by a v.i-:
boiling sea of Arab hatred
will unavoidably spill ovi I
Israel i protected popU:.it;
There will be propaganda, th>
will In- hate appeals I hi
run smuggling In Ihe
in the enlarged I-. aeli V
lat< there will be terrorism; then- wi.l
Ik- read mining And then, u
ewtably. there will be stern I
raell repn i lh< i will
grim police measures there u I
l>e all the harsh unhapp) chai
in the Israelis that are ti -
Spartans must always pa) foi
ing Helots
If this were a rational wrld
it might turn our diffi ntly.
for the Israelis have far
offer Ihe Arabs of formei Pales
tine than the Arab "brothers"
beyond Israel's borders Bui our
century, above all, is ai
unreason, soHHeTWspei ll^m
ed above must, therefori far
ed. And it is not btcau this
prospect's meaning foi \r'bs
that one leaves Israel wit: a heavj
heart; it is instead because of
this prospect's hardh a voidable
meaning for Israel and its poada*
meaning for the world
COM* hl (el HW7. T>
!.,., ,. pi.tnhut,,! b) Anfcw
TUaaM S>nU!ete.
I.


Friday, October 20, 1967
vJenist Tkridkir
Page 5-A
Sam Fox To Receive
Top Israel Medallion
Samuel Fox, civic and philan
thropic leader who has been at the
forefront of activities on behalf of
Israel, has been named to receive
the Prime Minister's Medallion.
I
This coveted award was recently
instituted by Prime Minister I.evl '
Kshkol of Israel to give recognition
in selected American Jewish lead-
ers for distinguished service to the
economic development of Israel.
The award will be presented to
Mr. Fox at the Beth To rah Israel
Dinner of Slate. Saturday evening.
Nov. 4. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
it was announced by Dr. Max A.
l.ipschitz. spiritual leader of the
congregation
In announcing the award, Dr. ;
l.ipschitz said. "I am sure the en- '
tire community will share with us I
and our congregation the deep!
pride that our own Sam Fox has
been selected for this great honor.
His service to Israel, tne com
munity and the temple have rich'y
merited for him this high recogni-
tion "
Dr. Lipschitz added. "The year
5727 will be a year to remember. '
The work! will remember it for
Israel's Six-Day War. To the Jew
it will additionally be the year
when, after 2.000 years, he finally
began to come into his own.
"We of Beth Torah have reason '
to be proud because when the chal-
lenge was greatest, our response
was most ready This kind of re-
sponse was made possible because
of the leadership and inspiration to
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Sam Fox, chairman of th
Board of Congregatirn Beth To-
, rah, ha* been an ardent leader
on behalf of ltral since the
founding of the slate, and serves
on the Board of Governors of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
organization.
Sam and Ruth Fox were among
the Greater Miami community
leaders who last Summer, shortly
after the end of the Six Day War.
i went to Israel on the first Oleh
Regel pilgrimage under auspices
of the Israel Bond organization. In
Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Fox con-
ferred with top government and
military leaders, including General
Yitzhak Kabin. Chief of Staff of
Israel's armed forces; Pinhas Sa-
pir, Finance Minister; former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
and many others.
Mr and Mrs. Fox have been
residents of North Miami Beach
since 1960. having moved here
from Syosset. New York. He is
president of S. and S. Pharmaceu-
ticals, Inc.. a national distributor
of drugs with headquarters in
North Miami, and heads Reba
Martin. Inc.
Mr. Fox is on the advisory board
of the People's National Bank of
North Miami Beach, on the Board
of Directors of the North Miami
Chamber of Commerce and a
member of the Sky Lake Opti
mists.
He serves on the building com
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Already larger than the 1966
show, this years display of home
furnishings, services, etc. will be
the first for nationally known pio-
moter Paul Rimmeir, who took
over the reins trom veteran John
S. Gassaway this summer.
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leader of Beth Torah Congregation, upon being named
to receive the Israel Prime Minister's Medallion.
mittee for the projected new North completed at a reception for mem
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Golf Meet To Aid
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Chuck Hull Scholarship Golf Tour
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utilized for the education of under
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Country Club course.
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Academy Starts Endowment Foundation
Why is it customary to \nt tre*
branch** for making the roof
of the succah?
Basicall) what iJ required for
the roof Um cal thins
[ in growth from
th.- earth provided that it ha
(roa :' roots and
had not teen shaped into a v.
particularly
preferred To cover the succah with
K the Hebrew
and the
i.-d for -uccah are made i>p
ot total have the
MHM numerical equivalent
Some preferred to cover the
-"icah because
rew letters that make-
up the word straw in Hebrew
fKash) can be used as the abbrevi-
ation for the expression K'ra Sa-
tan' which mean* "tear idowni
Satan. The covering of straw
wh:. the roof of the
succah would trm- be an indica-
thai the Satan tried to
te the individual on the Da>
of Judgment Yom Kippui had not
prevailed a.id thus "he ni
- ... a symbol oi thi victor]
: Satan
Why is it a custom to welcom*
a guest from ancient history
into the succah each of the
seven days during whl'h we
use the succah?

- i; izin" ifrom the Latin i
Thcv are particularly:
-.. Isaac. Jacob. Ilfl
Aaron. Joseph and l>a\id Mei
i- mai i practice in the
Zohar in the name ot Talmudic
ami 1 be Zi har dravi- this
the- change in person that 1-
;;i a verse which corn-
mar, s 11- to dwell in the succah
Leviticus Z3-42 In the first half
the command i; given
in the second person dwell). In the second h^lf of the
verse the command is given in the
third person (they shall dwell).
ThiN change of person within one
verse, claims the Zuhar. is an in
ion that beiore they (the peo-
ple ot Israel) use the succah they
must first ask someone else to um
it y~ their uuest. Some consider
this as an omen that one should
always invite a living guest into
the -uccah i.e.. some poor nun,
or ;. traveler, or an honored dig-
nitary
The rabbis qo as far as to say-
that he vvho has not invited any
-t to his succah to make him
happy, has not fulfilled the Biblical
command which bid- us to be hap-
py on the holiday. One can never
be completely happy or satisfied
unless he makes someone else feel
likewise. Some writers have point-
ed to a general condition where the
Jew always feels that some mys-
terious angelic presence enters his
home on the Sabbath or on a holi-
day. Thus the Jew sings Sholom
Aleichem to the two angels who
enter his home on Friday night He
welcomes Elijah into his home on
the night of Passover Likewise
does he welcome these historic fig-
ures of the past into his succah on
Siiccot. Generally speaking, the
Jew united himself both with his
ancestors of the past as well as
with the heavenly hosts when he
observes a Sabbath or festival.
What is the derivation of the
farm "Messiah"?
ermmation of the Jew
.nd the cessjtion of Jewish K
vho personified the State
the hope for redemption and sal-
vation became symbolized by the
cpated reappearance of a -
Israel ho would again be
-ted and stand a- a symbol of
a sovereign stite and an inde-
pendent pe< ?'o We do find a pic
Hire of the ideal kins '" the Book
saiah I-aiah 9:l-6> In time, it
-iah's role of the de-
liverer which was emphasized
more than the role of the Kmg
-hip It wa- this vision and hope
that kept a persecuted people to-
r
What is the e>rivaton of the
name "Zalman"?
The name is generally cot
ered to be a form Of the Hebrew
"Shlomoh'' 'Peace. Srme authon-
..- contend that many names were
corrupted by non-Jews in Germany
who would sometimes use such
versions a- a means of ridiculing
he Hebrew names or d-
individual who bore such a
name Apparently, in many cases,
form remained and was used
perhar- a sign thjt the Jen
th | i : i their -hame "in
r It i- also likely that, hav-,
orned to hi
called such i It the name
by later genera-
- v\ho never associated the
th earlier shami
: originally been in-
tended I sly, our name
"Solomon by which the nime
Shlomoh" i- translated, must have
come into the English lang
hrough the icrman corruption of1
the name "Shlomoh" into the form
r-t Zalman. There may even be a
possibility that cur use of the term
"Shlomo Zalnick. as referring to
one who seems to have poor dex-
terity and is rather betoless. may
come from the original German as
aociatiofl of Shlomo" with the
ridiculous name of "Zalman" a- I
means of embarrassing a .lew they
came acro-s with the name "Shlo-
moh Thus "Shlomoh Zalnick is
just a further form of "Shlomoh
Zalman." Later the expression.
"Shlomoh Zalnick." was considered
to be a contraction of the Hebrew
expression for one who had "no
luck" (Shelo-Mazal). until it be-
came shortened into the well known
expression "Shli-Mazal."
What is the e'erivation of th*
name "Laibl"?
Names like "Lerb" and "LeJM"
were originally associated with the
name Judah Because Judah in the
Bible was associated with a lion
i Genesis 49:10"Judah is a lion's
whelp."i. we hear a man whose
name is "Judah" called "Yehudah
Leib" (i.e. Judah. the Lioni. Later
sometime, the Judah was dropped
and what remained was the "Lerb"
.or its diminutive "Leibl." From
this, of course, comes our English
name. Leo or Leon.
What is th* derivation of th*
name "Hirsch"?
"Hirsch" is the Yiddish word
for a "deer" In the Bible, the
Hebrew name Naftali was associ-
ated with a deer when the son of
Jacob, named Naftali. was describ-
! ed by his father a- a "hind let
j loose" (Genesis 48:21). As is the
1 case with Judah. Naftali became a
; combination .tame in some places
in the form. Naftali Hirsch" The Hebrew Academy of Great
week launched a
SI.000.000 campaign for the
hshment of an endowment fpunda
tion with one quarter ol
already pledged a- the institution -
men) dinner attended by
some 250 per-
Loiii- Merwitter. a member of
the Aca l.my's new four-man pre
sidium. pledged S200.000 toward..
i -her memben
diumLeonard Roa m
M 000
jn -,: nched the
. ning. (105.000 was rain
rd the S220.1XK) needed I
n the mortgage of the Acad
em) Thi 'he com
pletion of thi- drive wa- M-t a'
Jan 14
"
Don Shoemakei
iml Herald

. I -. I eonard H .- chair
of the Hi bn
Board, on th<
km assuming th-
of the 20th Ann .
Naftali, the deer). In some cases.
The word "Messiah" comes from rtl Naf,a,i *'" dropped and what
a Hebrew root "Ma-hac." mean- remained was "Hirsch" (deen In
in-( to "stroke" in the sense of
drawing the hand over something.
From this comes the Biblical ex-
pr*s,jon "Mashiach" which orig-
inally meant "anointed" in the
MUM 'hat the oil was spread over
the object. Holy objects were thus
anointed to make them sacred.
The prie^.s were thus anointed, as
was the king. (Exodus 28 41: I Sam-
uel 1>: 16). Anointing the king would
thus establish that he was recog-
nized by the Almighty. Actually
the king was referred to as "the
anointed one of the Lord." In the
Apocalyptic literature we find the '\
tans "Mashiach" or "Messiah" re-
ferring to the Messianic king. With
some cases this w as corrupted into
the name "Hertz.'*
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"*Jen isti F/cridiafi
Page 7 A
Capitol Meeting Blasts
U.S.S.R. Anti-Semitism
Continued from rg 1-A
I hat Mr. Rostow expressed 'sym-
pathetic awareness" of the prob-
lems of Soviet Jews. The Jewish
leaders called for implementation
by President Johnson of prior
promises to seek easement of the
pressures on Soviet Jews and ak
ed the Administration to communi-
cate to the Soviet Union concern
lor the continuing plight of Soviet
Jewry." The White House meeting
lasted nearly an hour.
Rabbi Miller quoted Mr. Rostow
as pledging that the government
would continue to convey United
States concern to Moscow through
available channels. He said the del-
egation urged a greater sense of
urgency by the government in
view oi the anti-Jewish drive that
emerged in Eastern Europe in the
wake of the Six-Day War in June.
A request was made for the use of
the Voice ol America facilities and
cultural exchange contacts to sus-
tain the morale of Russian Jews
Several hundred prisons gath-
ered at ihe Capitol when House
Speaker John w IfcCormack kin-
dled the eight fool light, sculpted
in bronze, thai ii symbolic ol
American Jewry's campaign in
support of Soviet Jews rtae spe
daily-designed light, mounted on a
pedestal, bears the Hebrew inscrip
lion "The Mouse of Israel Shall
Endure." It wai first lit two years
ago when io.ouo persons gathered
in Lafayette Park, opposite the
White llou-e. for a mass protest
demonstration in behalf of Soviet
.leu s
Dr William A Wexler. interna-
tional president of B'nai 15'rith.
told the delegation that continued
determination b) American Jews
must be exerted to focus attention
on the Russian anti-Jewish cam
paign. He said American Jewrj
must be as persistent in defense ol
Soviet Jewrj as young Jews oi Rus-
sia are in seeking to retain then
identity He cited the overflow
crowds that attended i> n>h Ha
hona services in Russia this >ear,
despite the bate campaign
The Synagogue Council ol Amer
..i representing all branches ol
ludaism, reiterated an appeal to
Egyptian President Nasser, urging
him to free imprisoned Jews m
time tor Yom Kippur so that they
might return to their homes and
synagogues to worship In peace
and security
An *ppl for the Jws in th
Soviet Union and the Arab coon-
trie* was made by Rabbi Ber-
nard Segal, executive director of
the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, and by 5,000 student* in
more than 700 Jewish schools in
the New York metropolitan r*.
Rabbi Sega] addressed his Yom
Kippur message to the suffering of
the .lews in Egypt, Syria and Iraq,
who have been jailed or placed
under house arrest since the June
war He urged Jews and non Jews
to offer special prayers for these
victims and urged persons of Mos-
lem faith to "recognise this brutal
behavior."
The plea by the schoolchildren o
end the cultural, religious and edu-
cational discriminations to which
Soviet Jewry is subjected was con-
tained in an open letter to Soviet
Premier Aleksei Kosygin The let
ter was part of a full-page adver-
isement that appeared in The New
r"ork Times. According to the Jew
sh Education Committee which
sponsored the ad. each child con
ributed >1 toward its publication.
The letter, which urged the So-
viet government to let Russian
Jewry live "physically and spir-
itually" or "let them leave." pro
tested against Soviet bans against
Jewish schools, the barring of He-
brew and Yiddish teaching, the
closing of 400 synagogues in the
; USSR, the Moscow government's
failure to permit printing of the
Bible in Hebrew, the unleashing of
>a hate campaign against Jews in
ihe Soviet press, and equating
lews with the Nathl who had de-
stroyed 6 million Jews. The latter
expressed the hope that Premier
Kosygin WOUld read the appeal and
Rumanian Calls For
Israel's Withdrawal
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answer it "in good deeds as well
as in words."
Another Yom Kippur appeal was
issued jointly in London by Chief
Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovitr and
Dr. Solomon C.aoh. the Haham of
the British Sephardie community
The joint statement associated
British Jewry with the Appeal to
the World's Conscience issued ear-
lier by the Chief Rabbinate of Is-
rael
UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. (JTA)
Rumania, the only Soviet-bloc na-
tion which refused to break off
diplomatic relations with Israel
last June when the Arab-Israeli
war erupted, called for an Israeli
withdrawal from the territories it
had occupied to the lines existing
before the outbreak of hostilities.
At the same time, however, the Ru-
manian spokesman stressed "the
rijjht of every state in the Middle
East to see their independent and
sovereign status secured and re-
spected as well as their right to
security and unimpaired peaceful
development."
The Rumanian view was present-
ed in the general debate in the
I'nited Nation* General Assembly
by Deputy Foreign Minister Mir-
cea Malitza He told the Assembly
that Rumania considered Israel's
"annexationist" measures in Jeru-
salem unlawful and that Rumania
rejected all territorial claims baaed
on force.
He called for a political settle-
ment and. in what was taken as
recognitioin of Israel's insistence
on direct negotiations, said that
"settlement of disputes between
countries of the Middle East must
be reached, not by way of military-
clashes, but by way of mutual un-
derstanding and the implementa-
tion of solutions consonant with the
interests of all the peoples of th*
region."
He indicated that the United Na-
tions would have to play a role in
teaching this solution, stressing
that "a political solution require-
the use of the peaceful Instruments
produced by international practice
and provided by the Charter He
called for "a constructive, calm
and patient approach'' to the prob-
lem
Should a
nice
Jewish boy
of Scotch?
So-what else? It'a such a cute way to
meet a girl who's a real Good Guy. Some*
body with White Horse Scotch in the house
to talk things over.. .nicely. After all, no-
body argues about the taste of White Horse.
Either you like it or you're absolutely
meshugah about it. So don't worry about
the boy. Just, for the wedding, send a set
of Good Guy glasses. If a young married
couple should have to serve White Horse
in cupsthat's really a shanda.
The Good Guys are always
on the White Horse.
so ,s ,. 0*8

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COMMENT
By EDWARD COHEN
Schools and Faxes
Umari Cohen
In last Sunday's Herald, Elliott
Roosevelt had some comments on
the makeup of the electorate on
Miami Beach which, with tome
modification! In percent
could stand as an acute obtt rva
lion about
large part of
Florida.
"They're not
I n t e r e si e d
In paying taxes
Phe) 're not in
terested in im-
proving schools
Ihej 're n o t in
terested In en
jouraging young
people to come
to Miami Beach
They're interested only in what
directly affects them Mora free
recreation More of all that is
handout
The letter columns of the daily
newspapers support this vie*
Typical is this: May I ask what
percentage of the taxpayers in
Florida have children of school
age. going to school in our fair
state-' Of the 10 horn.- close to
ours, one family sends two chil-
dren to school the other nine
pay taxes."
Obviously, this i-n t so. but it
represents a state of mind which
bolsters Gov Kirk's campaign
against new taxes, no matter
what that policy means in tei
of maintaining minimum educa-
m. kept on .i startation bas-
is cannot meet the challenge of-
fered by the social revolution
that affects individual schools.
Standards are neither maintained
nor brought up, but become lower.
In my opinion, public education
kmerii is at a critical Junc-
ture The long an I successful
oi the Catholic Church
n-i an) substantive Federal
aid to education which does not
unhide ii- parochial school sys-
tem has sprung enough h aki in
the wall of separation to indicate
that "equal but separate'' will in-
clude parochial schools of all kind
- Jewish and Protestant as well
a> latin
\- the public school system
continues to deteriorate in quali-
ty, the middle class educated
parent will seek that quality in
the private sector it is only rea-
le to assume that, like the
Catholic parent, he will find the
harden of supporting the public
system oppressive and unfair
after all, he is paying lor his
child's education directly Why
I BJ for other children'' Let their
take care of them as he
provides for his, seems fair.
As Jews, where do we stand on
this issue ol life and death of the
rican public school? It is sig-
nificant that the Jewish day
school has co.ne on the scene
with prominence only in the last
quarter century 90 percent of
Czechs Still
Want Visits
By Jews
NEW YOHK UTAi Cedok. the
Czechoslovakia Travel Bureau, is
continuing to market its tour pro-
gram in connection with next
vear's 1.000th aniver.sary of Jewish
life in Czechoslovakia, although the
Czech government apparently
dropped its plans for an official
celebration of the event after sev-
ering relations with Israel follow
ing the Six Day War.
Otticers and stall members are shown at
ground-breaking ceremonies lor the $l6b,-
000 Ruby Auditorium ot the Jewish Home
tor the Aged. Lett to right are: Aaron
Kravitz, vice president; "Mr. Lawrence
bilverman, recording secretary; ludge Irv-
ing Cypen, honorary president; Sam Kes-
nick, financial secretary and chairman ol
the building committee; Don Stobs. build-
ing contractor; Fay Ablin, vico president;
Julian Peyser, comptroller, Leo Hose, )r
president; William A. Weintraub, president
ol the men's club. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
honorary vice president, Mr. Sol Silver-
man, honorary president. Greater Miami
Auxiliary and Maurice Ferlstein, execu-
tive director.
Daniels Quits Top Post
At Burdine's Stores
Alfred H Daniels, chairman of reer fulfillment in my 32 years
tional standards, let alone im- Uu' -*30 schools having been or- the board and chief executive offi in retailing. I now aspire to the
ing them. This attitude is not ^nwt-i since then Where only cer 0f Burdine's. Florida's largest realization of this dream.
Peculiar to the senior citizens of the Orthodox wing once supported Idepartment store, has announced
our state, either If the lack of a" ,np "Chools, an increasing ,hat he is leaving retailing, effec-
"I plan to go back to one of the
sura on GOV Kirk and the number of Conservative oriented \'e next Fe^VuTry."To 'pursue" a E"*frn univ'rslt,,s as a visiting
ilors is any criterion, a scn""ls hav<' come in t o being second career that will permit professor and also to delve into
frightening percentage of the A"'1 """in 'he Roform move combining some business involve arcas f knowledge that I have
voters couldn't care less about m,'n'- whi quality education ,f j, costs """'he-i battler against paro time devoted to public service. onl>' Part "me
money ilism there is high level de-
le on an issue which nay at one ,n making the announcement.
could find no one who Mr Daniels commented that "for
would take the side favoring a *'ars bave hoped and planned
hool, let alone a Reform ,r,at some day I would be in a
Jewish day school. position to combine public service
and business, pursue certain cul
senior citizens on Miami tural and educational interests.
In the late '4ua concern about
American education led to the
formation of a national citizen's
Committee and a dramatic up
m interest in quality There
It optimism, too. about
the future Surveys inowtd that
in those communities wheat
ond and third generation Amen
cans were taking control, their
own better education brought a
corresponding uplift in the qua!
lty of the schools.
A generation later, we are still
engaged in the battle for the fa
ture. The better educated Ameri
can is now more concerned with
holding on to hi-, monej
with providini
for -,
that hi- have been paid (ol Ol
prosperoul now bevond his
'
children to on i ,i
"I certainly intend to maintain
my business connections ,i- a
consultant to Federated Depart
ment Stores and as a director of
a few companies I have no in
tention of retiring I do hope for
a second career but one tied in
AlfltlD H. DANIHS
have described them "
Beach and elsewhere may not and still have time to devote to to my personal objectives as I development of an organization
have much concern about the ed my family After substantial ca
ucation of American children .-it
thi- point in their lives, but there
1.....0 h Jewish parent- who
must give some hard thought to1
em today, as Florida
citizens and as Jews Id like to
write more about the privatr
I's future in the life of the
American Jew next week
King Rejects Neqrn
Attacks On hrae*-
and establishing Burdine's fashion
_ leadership An extensive program
Ralph Lazarus, chairman of the (>f bui)(iini, Be sl(inv> uas |auncn.
board of Federated Department ^ m ,,.., ^ ,h(. ^ of
Stores, announced that Burdine s ,h%. ,,,.,,,, braiicn >ince sub.
new top management team will ,,.,,, (.n,alk,,.(1 This was fol
be composed of Thomas c Wai ,()W(.d ,,..., of tne
muth chairman and chief exert. .,.,,,, g g extensive ren
Beth Am Federation of Temp e live officer, and Martin B. (lark. ,|V;|,|(m downtown MlanM ,,,
, Youth will meet on Monday at 7:30 president Mr Wasmuth. who ,- ,.,,,, ,.,,.,,,.,,,. and mos, ...
p.m in the youth lounge, to hear a now president of Burdine's, and
talk on I Think,n, .lona Mr c,rk eurrantlj .
ncM .i.iii.-. v. Inn Mi I'.uiiiK
BAFTY Plan Meet,
Will Host Conclave
Cedok's New York advertising
and public relations representa-
tives issued a press release an-
nouncing four day all expense tours
' in Czechoslovakia which take in
Prague's 13th Century synagogue,
the Jewish Museum and other his-
! toric Jewish landmarks, as well as
' the site of the former Nazi concen-
' (ration camp, at Theresienstad'.
which the Czechs preserve as a
museum.
Cancelation of the Czech govern-
ment's participation in the anniver
sary celebrations was first reported
by the American Jewish Congress
on Sept. 5. The AJC had the infor-
mation from "reliable sources"
which it would not identify. This
was later denied by Josef Kichter.
executive vice president of Cedok.
who contended that plans for the
celebration rested entirely in the
hands of the Czech Jewish com
munity. and tn.it his government
never had an official role in .hi
planning. The AJC pointed out
however, that Cedok authorities
had placed "gre.it emphasis" on
plans for a "major" celebration of
the millenial anniversan when an
fcJC delegation visited Prague in
August. 1366
A spokesman for the publicity
agency told the Jewish Telegraphic
DC) that the role ol the Czech
government in the anniversary
plans had always been vague "be
fore during and after" the Israel
\r.ib wai last June She said that
Karal Ifaaak, North American di
rector of Cedok. was leaving foi
Prague o try to get clarification
from the Czech government.
Jewish Centers Urged
to Aid Jewish Survival
cent l\ the openim "t
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Spotlight on l>ri At Jewish ('-filter
Hallandala Jewish Center Sist.-r
hood i- -i classes
ii Mrs llarrj I.
i.Ink bridge author)!} "ill !> the
m-l i in t"i
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A prominent social work execu
tive has called on Jewish com
nunity centers to attack boldly
he problem of Jewish group Mir
vival in a free society. They must
lecide, he says, whether to con
'inue their generalized approach
it adopt a more definitive Jewisl
program.
In a lead article in the 68th an
nual edition of the American Jew
sh Year Book published this week
Dr. Carl Urbont, executive directo
if the 92nd Street YM and YWHA
n New York, states that after the
ragedy of the Nazi era. the A.ner
can Jewish public had "felt *
lecp sense ot responsibility foi
he perpetuation of Jewish lift-
In recent years, however, a com
placency within the community
las weakened the Jewish oricnta
ion of the Jewish community
centers."
Dr. Urbont's article is basec
ipon his doctoral dissertation foi
which he received a Doctor o'
Education degree from Teacher:
'"ollege. Columbia University, ir
196 He states that "with more
han 700.000 members in approxi
nately 300 centers throughout the
country, with an annual budget of
s32.500.000 in 1965. the undeniahh
ibsence of clear direction of com
nunity center purpose in its worl
- disquieting to many of its lead
>rs."
In a study which led to the dis
sertation and article. Dr Urbon
eported he found that th>- "ova
vhelming majority of c'.inniunit-
renter directors who partieip.it
r. the Stud} felt their chief ain
vas to provide recreation for th" '
nembers There was also empha
is on the need for good intragrou'
elatlons am-ing different Jewis
:roaps but. within and outside th
enter, many Jews todaj are I
ited, lacking Jewish sentiments
'nowledge. a sense of tradition or
lewi.sh aspirations "
These are some of Dr I'rbont'
ithcr findings, derived in 196'
from replies to questionnaires hi
lent to the executive directors o'
| 151 representative Jewish com I
-nunity centers:
There is more conscioiisne-- of
Jewish tradition in centers wrv
ing large communities than in
those in -mall communities
But for the i inter mot emen'
in the co mliv .i- *holi

iteocy n
lino nor iio active program i
propagate ii
JL l in- .'"i,i- ntl iic-tivvly ain
^^. ;u n\ ii'-- .opi"" ;'
ngroup ,11.111..!-,, mai
. .. :. ik i,.1,1 ,l<>w",!<. th
closer ties with the State ol
Israel.
> The centers primarily empha
size leisure activities and per
sonality development objectives,
while purposes dealing with the
survival of the Jews as a group
are not being implemented with
any degree of strength
% Although there is some evidence
of interest in Jewish tradition
in the Jewish community cen-
ter field, the name of God is
rarely mentioned in agency
pronouncements
There arc inherent inconsis-
tencies hi tween the stated
center philosophy and its pro-
grams
According to Dr, I'rbont. "The
center movement has apparently
borrowed heavily from American
oe'al work philosophy, especially
:n the use of non-controversial gen-
rali/.ations. which tend to demon-
trate that agency purposes are in
ceeping with the objectives of
Vmerican democracy But at the
a me time, purposes that have been
leemed Unique tO 'he- center move-
nent appear to be growing vaguer.
nd there is no indication that a
Mastic change is imminent."
Dr rjrbonl concludes that the
enter movement's leadership and
s following will have to venture
nit ol their neutral moorings, and
xamine if the movement has th
vill to survive .is a significant in-
titution of the Jewish community.
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thai tut have been paid (oi i M
prosperoul now beyond his
I tl 1i'lI < II III J)l | .,.,!, |.|
the ilowlj deterii
hutitutioDi
It is a sad fact that in cities
like Washington. D.C anil New
York the
miiy ncjcus nenrn
Attacks On knit*-
Continued from Page i-A
orousl; nti Semllisui
and will continue to do so."
in
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a hi <>
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Daniel* li.i
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" I'MU |i Ml.
toe i niver&ity of Miami, hi a ""I"- "'u' """
member f the Orange Howl Com be in .session e very Wedncada)
Burdmes shortly aft. r it was ac am) a (lircctor of (h(, ^
Daniels became
.itMilcnt of
prnpuitmiv n
... .-......I*... V"1' """"
II.Ill,II-
make up the majority in the pub
he schools. The symptoms are (I. """ ol Nm''rlrin Heb.eu COD
velopina here, in .Miami, when ions the Jewish Labor Com
"Ki-kxT Mifhborboodl are Rir mittee, the Union of Orthodox
rounded by the poor and an in- ,,.uM, Ami.rl(.a
creajinglj higher pei ol
the middle class children are be lhe American Jewish I ongresa, the
trig shipped off to private schools United Synai of America, the
aot because of integration or Jewish War \ the Aati
the growing Spanish influence in ,., 1)f Hnai Brjlh
those areas that this is done hut ,. ,
because the quality of the schools nd 'h' V"'""al ( 0,,nnl of Jew,sh
them-elvcs has il Women.
., Am will BW~^S5 host to the
next annual South Klorio.. conclave "........ -.....- mittee ami a director of the first starting at 7 30 p.m.
,1 voiith groups in this area T'em quired by Federated Department Nall0na| Bank of Miami He was
hers fro n Ft Pierce south w." I Stores. Inc., in 195fi. and its ex a trustee of the United Fund of The club is sanctioned by the
The letter to Dr King was also ,ather Nov ,7t0 19 for weekend I -ans:on since has been rapid. For Dade County from 1SMS2 to 1966 American Contract Bridge League
rs after becoming and has been active in the Com and will be under the supervision In 1964 the centers were actual
ncentrated on the hined Jewish Appeal. of Harry L. Click ly not succeeding in promotion
s .I,, mil ... Iivt'l> .mi
I
,i.. hi. ...I man
v>' ;n the fold, despite th j
li wish community's deep anx
if ies over the growing rate o'
intermarriage.
York the "minority" population s,.,,,, by th). chairman of the ,h of whjcn wil| ^ ..Peace ir the first few yea
.Negro, Puerto Rican. and ( uban _.,.,,.,. ... ... -"
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SEPT. 30 DEPOSITS
1950 $6,386,000 00
1951 $11,312,000.00
1953 $23,588,000 00
1955 $32,799,000.00
1957 $39,022,000.00
1959 $43,902,000.00
1961 $44,811,000.00
1963 $52,403,000.00
CASH AND BONDS
$5.216,000 00
$8,164.000 00
$19,091,000.00
$28,098,000.00
$26,979,000.00
$26,940,000.00
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$27,456,000.00
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$31,916,000.00
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$250,000.00 1950
$503.000 00 1951
$846,000 00 1953
$1,392,000.00 1955
$2,533,000.00 1957
$2,848,800.00 1959
$3,876,000.00 1961
$4,200,000.00 1963
$5,315,000.00 1965
1965 $55,366,000.00
$73,268,000.00 $41,025,000.00 $37,085,000.00 $5,479,000.00
1967
1967
COM HIKED FIGURES OE
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES
With Complete Trust Facilities
Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street
fnablnhed febror, 11 1950
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
West Dixie Highway at 162nd Street
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Northwest 7th Avenue at 1 35th Street
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J? TTAnrp. Inaugurate Joint Career Program Series
Continued from Page 1-A
ing the Suez Canal. Israel pre-
ferred to use the General Assembly
for such talks, they said, but "dif-
ferences of opinion" need not bring
the two sides back to the "bitter
conflict" of 1946.
The same circles emphaticallv
denied that Mr. Brown had pressed
for unconditional withdrawal ot
Israeli forces from the east bank of
the Suci Canal. Israel Embassy
circles issued a similar denial. To
this reaction by British foreign of-
fice circles, it was reported then
was added the .suggestion that "ap-
peasement is by definition at he
expense of some interests, and
those may include Israeli interests,
if Israel is not watchful."
The British press, however, re
mains consistently pro Israel, with
only very lew exceptions, the re-
port continued, and Israeli news
papers might therefore be expect-
ed to exercise some voluntary re
straint as an act of self-denial for
the sake oi good taste and in ord< r
lo respond to the mood Ol the Brit
ish press
Sir Harold Beeley. former Brit
ish Ambassador to Cairo arrived
in the Kgyptian capital this week
for talks with the Nasser govern-
ment a> the personal envoy of For-
eign Secretary George Brown, Sir
Harold, who has been attacked by
the Israeli press gg pro-Arab,"
told newsmen in Cain that Britain
wants to resume relations with
Egypt "as fast as possible in all
spheres diplomatic, cultural and
economic "
Meanwhile, it was announced
that Yugoslavian Foreign Ministir
Marco Nikezic was coming here as
the representative of Marshall Tito
to discuss the Middle East situation
with Mr Brown
A dispatch from Belgrade quoted
President Tito as telling India :.
Premier Indira Gandhi, who arrived
there last week, that action toward
settlement of the .Middle East ensi-
dependi on the great powers, "ei
pecially on those which, bj thi
attitude, are enabling Israel open
ly to make territorial claim- anil
'.ike a position more and more
rigid Tito warned that "attempts
by various maneuvers to prevent a
solution and to force the Ara.>
countries into accepting conditions
which would mean their capitula-
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rsaiding the need for a solu-
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Arab states only throuqh di-
rect talks.
A far reaching program co-
sponsored by the YM-YWHA and
Jewish Vocational Service was an-
Seminars to Deal
With Families In
A (lliuiiging World
Challenge to Our Community'
will be the urst of a three part
series of seminars dealing with
the family in a changing world
Sponsored by the Greater Miami
Section. National Council of .lew
ish Women, the session will be
held at the County Commission
Chambers, 10th floor of the court
house on Monday at 8 p.m.
Sheriff Wilson E Purdy will
discuss Crime Protection and
Prevention in a Growing Metro
T>litan Community." Emil Could,
chairman of the planning advisory
board, will rewew "Master Plan
for Future Development,'" and
William Brannigan. director, Dade
County Development Dept will
explore "Changing Industrial Pic-
ture ." Commissioner liar old
Greene will moderate
Ira Sltimmtti Dr. German
nounced by Paul Faske and Mar
shall Harris, presidents of the "Y"
and the Jewish Vocational Service.
respectively, The program will of-
fer an unusual opportunity for teen
gen to analyze, evaluate, and dis-
cuss the various avenues open to
them in selecting their lifelong ca-
reers
Mr Faske anil Mr Harris, m an
nouncing the joint program, point
eii out. "Few of our teenagers re
ceive sufficient guidance and in-
formation regarding the mans op
portunities available to them as
well as the type of courses and
academic schedules they should
follow in an effort to ascertain
then career goals."
Dr Michael Goodman, executive
director of Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice, and Ira Stein met/, program di
rector at the "Y." have been plan
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take advantage of the opportunity
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HOLIDAY FEATURE
he Meaning Of Succot Ritual
By J. M COHEN
1st ant Rabbi of London's
ystead Garden Synagogue
leaning of reltgioui ritual
preted by every generation
its own outlook and needs
i constant re interpretation.
I to i caliglon which ia
, life, that has preserved the
Jl our taativala and made .1
pningful and tread todaj .i-
was first observed
Hieiot. the historical signifi-
[ is uppermost. The beauty
rmanence at the festivals
Bured. therefore, b) a con
jrocess ot reading into, and
tin'.; from, the ancient ritu.il
[its that are of universal up
d not limited to a particular
or set of circumstances.
hat does this Festival say to
ahat message has it to guide
n.-pue me in my relationship
and in) fellow-man? These
real issues by which the
of a lestival should be
red How the festival satis
tie needs of our ancestors i> ,,
. ot Importance only lor the
tpologisl How it satisfies our
is the main question that
[>rn> us
hen applying this criterion, the
i,.i ot Succot will be teen to
l lorld family and its message to
lei to pla) her part in making
vision a reality. Succot *ji\cs
lie to those w ho accuse Israel
isularity. of lack of concern for
fate of mankind in her preoCCU-
[ion with her own excluaivenoaa
Inly Succot of the three Pilgrim
Hiv.iIt, embraces in its message
whole of mankind. The prophet
thariah dreams ol the glorious
Ksianic era when all the nations
M world will join Israel in cele-
lating this festival. "And it shall
mho to pass that every one that is
ft of all the nations that came
Ijuinst Jerusalem shall go up from
pear to year to worship the King,
'the Ix>rd of hosts, and to keep the
f. ast o! Tabernacles."
Their participation is not mere-
Ij | political or diplomatic gesture.
The celebration of this festival will
be ineumlx-nt upon them, so much
so that "Whosoever of the families
1 if the earth does not go up to Jeru-
n. upon them shall be no
rain."
Accord ii to the Mishna, the
world i< "Judged" on Succot on the
rainfall it will receive a ipecial
prayer for rain is recited, and In
Temple times the colorful and joy-
ous ritual oi the water libation wa-
mac id. to symbolise the need for
ain at that time of the year In
'alestine The symbolism ol the
i tour species was originall) also in
'eiideu to evoke the divine blessing
of tain, which is essential to life.
'I hus the whole festival of Suc-
cot co lies in express a need wh cl
is universal in .t.- scope Nit Isra
lone, but the world at large i-
judged" for rain This is the oni
festival, therefore, in which the na
i mi- oi til world could well par
cipate in prayer and thanksgh in
j ii Go l cj depi ted by the proph .
The ral b'a wen eager to preach
he univei salism ol this t ,sii\u\
ind to this end thej explained thai
the sacrifice oi sevenM bullock?
prescribed i<> the Torah for Succot
s offered on bi hall of the sevent]
nations of the earth Such a gesture
o friendship ought to anneal t'> the
nati ii- am' facilitate their partici-
pation in the ritual of Succot
How important then and w
relevant is the message ot Succot
to our day. when briagvti ot under-
standing between Jews and nor
Jews are beginning to be built, and
men ol .spirit and vision are at-
ttmpting to quench the fires of
bigotry. The message ia clearly the
on.- enunciated by Zechariah and
the Talmudic sages, that where
there is a universal need, and
where we ran join hands in one
:i( cmd R"l! work tOV .mis the -
ends, the opportunitj should not be
'liis.sed
Many are the fields ol endeavor
hat could give exp ession to this
tk al. I he participal on of the r.
'ions n celebrating Sticc it symbol
izes the common ground for a<
vitv
lc
i.\ 111,
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AGuOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cartyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Evar
FisVlay miiu-hn :4". i> m Stunl:>>
s-.;..i a in Sut-'i'i Hrmon "Tim i
i Paradoxical Truth' Wednesday
7:4 u.m Haahonali Rabbah stimuli
Atxeret I0:SQ a.m. saimon: "Parting
with PeatlraL" flakoi Memorial
... it a.m. Btutehal Torah .m
<:4S i> in uuti Hakafoi
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AHAVAT SHALO.V CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 07th Ave. OrthoJoa.
Cantor Worm Barr.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Piko*u:
Piidaji I 10 I' "> Satiirttaj > < and
t:10 p in Wednesday I o p m Bui -
ushered in. Thursdaj Ocl -' I
in Yizk..r s.-rvi.-os i":::" ;. in Even-
ing services 30 p.m. Prlda}*. Ocl -'
I m
BETH DAVID 282 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Saturda) I am. Sermon: "The Torah
Lesson." Bar Mltsvah: Abner, son "f
Mr and Mrs Kill Welntraub Thursdaj
evening, Oct 26, Blmchal Torah
Children and parents In Haltafol
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
Prlda] I i' in Baturdaj > s m Ber-
mon "The Jo ol Bucool 6:IB p.m
Mm. ha Wednesday : :t" p.m. Lasl
days ol Buecol ushered In Thursdaj
9 a.m. Yiskor Memorial ervlcel
a m Bernaon: "Honoring the Past
Annual Slim-hat Torah celebration,
procession of Toraha and children at
i:SQ p m. Friday y a.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St.. MB
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friday 6 to p m Baturdaj 9 a m Sue-
cot Mlncha 6:35 p.m. Sermon: "The
Protective Succah. Wednesday Haah-
nah Kabbah at sunrise ami 7 a.m.
Mm.-ha 1:40 p.m. Thursdax. Ocl 2>'<.
II in Bhmlnl Atserel atlncha
6:35 p m Sermon: "Hume al Lasl
Friday. Oct. 27. 8:45 a.m. Blmchal
Torah.
ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave .
MB. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon "The
Changing and the Changeless In Jew-
ish Life Wedneadaj 8 IS p.m Buecol
-.rvncs Thursday, Ocl 26, s;:t<> in
Memorial services Sermon: How shall
We Measure Ufe**" Fri.la\ <,-t 27.
I m Sim-hat Torah
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BCTH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon.
\\ ..in.-..)..\ i,, i gg, ,-. p m i^>i daya
.i Buecol ushered In Thursdaj i
. m Bhmlnl Atserel YizU< r services
1* a m Sermon: "A Prolonged I.if.- "
I p in smi.ii.it Torah Father* and
"ill in.in n uuii the Torah l-'ri-
lay. i. t 17, t". a in Com lusion ..(
the h..inlay.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy Conaervative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaum.
Fndaj I IS pin Baturdaj li :. m
'A .! Pdaj 7 p m Thursdaj i
.. in Set mon "Testei di j I:
: 7 p in
BFTH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51at PI.
Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Glass-
man.
I -".. IS i- in Bhmlnl
Thursday, k t 21 I :i m
i I 111. III..I 1 i. 1 s. r\ I. ,-s 1 I ;, in I
-, in Bimchai Torah proci a-
-i. i Prlda] 'i 17, | .. m
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BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky.
Richard M. Leviton. Cai.tcr Jerome
Klamtnt.
FT. LAUDERDALE TEVPLc BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blv<1.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandai- Beach Blvd. Max
j. weitz officiates,

HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groat.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraon
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa
Friday l:S0 p.m. Mlncha Maariv, Bat-
urdaj 1:45 a in Buecol Intermediate
sal.hath. Sermon; "Some Question!
About Judaism." : IS p.m Mlncha
.mil Maariv Wednesday 7 a.m Hash-
Jonah Rabbah 6:15 pm Bhmlnl Atse-
rel eve. Thursday, Ocl 16, i IS am
! Tlskor Memorial service 10 IS m
Sertnom "Are Vou Read) to Leave
.; 4" p.m. Sim. has Torah eve 7 p.m
Hakaf.'t and Torah processional Fri-
day. Ocl -'. 8:4S am Hakafot and
Torah processional
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JACOB C. COHFN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Starr
Cantor Meyer Engel
Friday r. p m. Saturday MO a m Ser-
mon: The Tent of Israel IVednes-
, day Hashonah Rabbal 7 30 a m and
I p in Thursday, Ocl 86, 8:30 am
Shmlnl Aizeret. Yizkoi sertnon: "Easy
I to Kememher Evening services and
. Hakafot 7 :.i pin Friday, Ocl 27.
.. m. Blmchal Toah
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham eif.
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Lou s Cohen.
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OHEV SHALOM, 7011 Bonita Dr., MB
Orthodox. Ha DO- e-nmeaa Weue
man.
Saturday B 30 a m Sermon "Sabbath
and the PestlvaL" Thursday, Ocl 36,
I 30 m Bhmlnl Atserel aermon:
"Retain the i;.h.i1 vizkor proven
i" i .. m.
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SEPHARDIC JEWIS>1 CENTER. 645
Coiim. Ave. Rev Cantor Saai Nan
miaa
Saiurda) m Thursday, Ocl 26.
- 30 .i m slim.mi Atserel Friday, > t
.7 I 30 a m Sim hal Torah
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan
|. in Satui la) I .i m Bar
Mltsvah Harve) son ..f .Mrs Bruclae
Rosei and the bite I >t Robei t I:.....i
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'EMPLE ADATM VE5MUPUN Con
.rv.,ve IOCS NE -aird St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
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Divine Providence
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
tfh l r.inln* Itrar. Danaaa
11th
Up
Mln-
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Haabonah Rabbah M
-.. :;. [im Thurwia>, Ocl 2i: i ::"
Tlskor Memorial aervi.es :,t
m Sermon. "Tlakor Reminds r
Remember." Evening mlncha C 15
T..rah leatlvltiea 7 pm Prlda)
7 36 a in Slia.-hnt
'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner
Saturda) I a m VITednesda) 30 p.m
Thurs.la> i i. t _, :. a in Vizi,..i ser-
mon Fnda>. Ool 27. : am
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Or MIAMI U42 Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Roaancwaig.
Satunlay '.> ,a m W'.-.ln. sd i\ ::n [> m
Last .lav- taeiereil in. Thurs.ia> ami
RYiday, Ocl 36 and 27, :;.i ., m
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FT. LAUMnOALe EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ava. Reform Rabbi
sen *>' iussMiianna>>-i aaa>u
TEMPLE BETH AM S950 N. Kendall
Dr. S M.ann Reform Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard Cantor M-rhae* Kvrr
VVednesda) 7 ::>' p.m Sim.h.it Torah
.-. i .
I I a 111
111. ludlnR M. in. il Hervii'i
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TEMPLE BETH EL Of MOLLY
WOOD U51 S 14th Ava Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jj"-
y 8:1 |i m > mi i To E\
thing Then I- A Reason Wednesday
p m Sim. ha t. i ,.i '.,mil) s.-i -
t I i"' ..... tlol Thin .-.I.i> i i, t
2i.. II a in Shmlnl A1/-'.: -..I Yi7.l.ol
Uemoi lal pi ayei

TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conaervative Rabbi
David Raab Cantc Saul H. Breeh
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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood 172S Monroe St. Conaervative
Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor
Philip Lutman.
, Kri.iav 15 p m Saturday t a m \\'.-.l-
nesda) Haabonah Rabah I a m and
7 pm Thurada) Oq\ 36, t a m Bhmlnl
Mserel l 30 a m Visitor memorial
services Blmchal Torah .-woim,; ser-
vice ami Torah procesaional al 7 p.m
Prlda). li 27. a m
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
Ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kronisn
Canter David Conviaer
Kriilav 6:is m Bern..... The Tenth
Anniversary nl the S|a.-e Aa*e Satur-
day 16:46 am Bar Mltsvah Jeffrey,
son ..f Mr an.I Mrs Jerome Dre
KonaliV son of Mr ami Mrs Albert
Rosenberg Wednesda) 7 i. m Pamlls
Hakafot Thursdaj. I let ;.. i" t:.


Syras>paU of the Weekly Torah Portion SUCCOT
"Ami the Lord spoke unto Moses, sayiiiK. Speak unto the
children of Israel, saying.
The fifteenth day of this seventh month shall be the feast
of tabernacles for seven days unto the Lord. On the first day shall
be a holy convocation: ye shall do no servile work therein. Sevni
days ye shall offer an offering made by fire unto the Lord: on
the eighth day shall be a holy convocation unto you: and ye shall
offer an offering made by fire unto the Lord: it is a solemn as-
sembly: and ye shall do no servile work therein
Also in the fifteenth day "f the seventh month, when ye have
gathered in the fruit of ttkr land, ye shall keep? a feast unto the
Lord seven days: on theofirst day shall be a Sabbath, and on
the eighth day shall be Sabbath. And ye shall take you on tiie
first day the boughs of goodly trees, branches of palm trees, and
the boughs of thick trees, and willows of the brook: and ye shall
rejoice before the Lord jrour God seven days And ye shall keep it
a feast unto the Lord seven days in the year II shall be a statute
forever in your generations ye shall Miebrate it in the st>\eiith
month Ye shall dwell in booths seven days: all that arc Israelites
born shall dwell in booths That your generations may know that
I made the children of Israel to dwell in booths, when I brought
them out of the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God
And Moaei declared unto the children of Israel the leasts of
the I.ord

"
TEVPLt BfcTH TOV. 647" SW Htr
v. conservative Rhhi (i" --.'
Saturda) a m Sermon K
da; |. m l-isi da) > Hi
in Tliut's.l.. \ .. m >' ii I
,..! vigkoi in mi Hakafot at i i m
pi Ida} i "i Him
fix
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. ?75 NW
1<>)th Street Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M Casel
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TEMPLE sMint ->. .'0' Washing
ton Ave. Conservative Rat'tii Irvint
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
Prlda) |. p m Sal urda) 3 .' n
in..i. u .-. v Porl Ihi
i :., Mllsval Itogei aon nl Mi and
.; i'i...i Mlllei Juntoi
n a m iii Sirkln Hill \v -
da) e tn Concluding daya Buecol
ushered In Thurada) Ocl H am
Bhmlnl Atserel 7 p.m Sun .. T
uglier. .1 iii Prlda) >( I -' a in
Hakafah aenln Junlm
on Thurada) 10 30 a m and Prlday
9 .:" .. m
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE <9th St. Reform RaPb
Joseph R Narot
PTIday 8:15 p.m Panel discussion on
The Ci lets of Piorida Eiducation
-. ho are also temple memb-
ers, Include William Lehman. Sr of
the I'.uie Count) Board ..r Publli In-
stru.iiou. Kenneth Myers, membei ..i
the Florida State Legislature; Mau-
rice Simmons, member ol the \. u
live committee, bade County t.-.o ti-
ers' Ass... la Uon
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MlRAMAR
3500 SW 6th Way. Conaervative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Oransda Blvd
Reform. R.ihbi Morris Kioper.
Prlda) vir. p.m Panel discussion on
Th.- Sou Oeneratlon" b) I'nlverslty
of Miami students, sponsored by Tem-
ple Jmlea and the I'M Coordlni.....I
Mlnlstr) Saturday II :1S am Bai
Mltsvah: Brian David, son ..f Mr
ami Mr- Theodnn Wayne Wednesda)
7 |. m. Hakafot and conMecratinn p|
i rellaloua achool tuuui i
I klnderatarten and flral grade Tl
da; i t ., m Hakafoi ..
memorial aei \ I
TEMPLE MENOHArt. CfO 75th St
Conae-vative. Ran'n Mavrr Abram
0 ------ e
TEMPLE NER TAMD BOth St and
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradl
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can
tor Erlward K v
Prlda) 30 p m Wednesda) I 10 p.m
11.i.->i. :111 Kni.i.all Thurada) Ocl 36.
s I", a m shmlnl Atserel 16 86 a m
rig ai : p m Pi......Ion
".ih Torah ami children Prlday, Ocl
-7. H <:, a m HI mi ha I Torah
---- ----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
87S5 SW 16th St Miami sahh
l'i nl m s, in da) 16 ., in
' i i I son ol Mi and
ker Evening
......
" n> ......1 In Thur
Ocl a in
e
TEMPLE SINmI OF NORTH DAOE
Temporary oMi'e. isaot NE 22nd
Ave. Reform, fcaobi Rain* Kinnslev
rrlda) 8 IS |i m Sermon: "Happ
l Rulldii i- Bui eah." Bat urda) 11
a in Sermon Weekl) Portion the
Torah w edneada; 7 30 |. m I '.o
ervlci Thurada), Ocl
... .
Pederal s E 167th street
TEMPLE TIFERfcfH jACOb 51 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
O ,hh. M.l -rir- V --i
Pi da) 7 p m Buecol services Satur-
I da) IS .. m Thursday. Ocl C6. 10
a.m Vlskor prayers n a in Kvening
aai v Icei 7 p m
---- ----
, TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamors Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell *r-
ger. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Saturda) > IS am Wednesda) p m
Thursdaj i i : s <. a m Sermon-
Humility tlrandeur Prlda) IS a m
Sc m Last i ail.--
TlFERETH I8RAFL. ann N Mi.
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi Cantor Albert Giants.
Prlda) IS p m Bermon The Sign I-
ricance ..t Reflection Baturdg)
i m S.-i in- i Jo) a- liulv Jun>.r
ongr. i-., ... .,-,,. id ., s,.,.,.
i Am a .lew Wednesda) am su.-
..it *er\'k>es 7 p.m Bermon "Succot
Inner lleauty Tliuis.hu 'i a m S.-i -
IIV II "Porgel Me \,.t |n .,, ., ,T1
N HK..I pra.v. rs 7 p m Sim. ha T..i.,h
ami children pai ij Kri-
Ja Oct. _7. -. a m Sermo,, A Sym-
bol of i nit] Israel "
TKMPl-E ZION. aOOO Miller Rd. Cor.
eerv.tlva. Rabb, Alfr.d Wa.msn
y0*H?,a aRtV- F GREATER M, ,
AMI. 0 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Poruah "
YOUNG ISRAEL OF Miami r.
BVn:H,.leT"hin,0n AV* R,bbl A
a) 1 nm y.ii.i.ath ,-h,.: Han
u her, ,i ,., Baturda) -
' .'i.....- and K.,h.
Mil., ha Wednesda) 7 ., ,., n
I'bah 7 ,,.m shmli \- .
Thursday, Ctrl
Sen iui
' .. ... ;
"*" v "' ShahlH., r..
TEMPLE SHOLOM 13? SW 11th Ave
Pompano Beach. Conservative. R.V
b^Morri. A. Skop. Cantor Leon
-
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
How Speak ol DIvilM Providence?
Perhaps tin- answer is found in
in- words nl Professor Kisch of
'.ar Han l nivei -it> in I'd Aviv:
I ,. 'n .line 7. we i'\f>l in an era
h Martin Buber icr.ned 'the
1
God had hidden his face he
was not lo he found in Auschwitz!
. Hm now a in u era dawns.
me ;n which lis faci i itice and rec-
nciliation
A- tin1 prophet promises,
For tin Lord lias comforted
His people.
He has redeemed Jerusalem.
The Lord has made bare His
holy arm
In the eyes ol all nations;
And ail the ends of the earth
shall tee
The salvation of our God'
All the ends of the earth'
Are \se really to believe that
God will no longer hide his face
from the bombed and burnt peas-
ants of Vietnam or from his chil-
dren black or white, who rot in
riot-ridden sickening slums in the
centers of our cities?
This is exactly what I believe'
Because I have experienced what
Professor Fisch and Bile Wiesel
have experienced when they stood
before the liberated Western Wall
in Jerusalem reunited and re-
deemed
I was moved by that miracle;
but perhaps 1 am even mor aston-
ished by the way in which the mir-
acle has transformed Elie Wiesel.
If die Wiesel can speak of Divine
Providence and consider the possi-
bility of miracles and interpret Is
rael's military victory as a re-
0US experiencethen who of us
lesser mortals can do otherwise'
In 1944. when Elie Wiesel was
not yet 16. he was driven with his
parents and 8 year old sister. Zi
pora. into the main square of the
Hungarian town of Sighet. Adolf
Kitlimann had come personally to
supervise the deportation of Sig-
ht ts approximately 10 000 Jeu-
Only Elie Wiesel survivedas the
messenger of the departed and Ujt
accuser of God'
In his bo k
writes "Nevei sha
night, which has turned my h|r
into one long n ghl Never -hall !
forget that smoke Never shall '
forget the little fa ,. cn,|"
.lien whose t nl., ., -urnf,
into wreaths nt ok<
silent blue sk> V ,: shall I for
net those flames whicl
my faith furew-r Never shall 1
forget thus, moments which mut
ii red my tind an.! mj
turned :n> dreams ,, ;, \.
shall I forget then
Never'"
In that same .
volume the prize wini ng
,o\ .-list tells us how h< i
the hanging of anoth.: eh
had the lace of a .. j- :ri He
heard somebody behir.:
Where is God' V\l
Where can He be now "and i
toice within meanswei. I Whvrr
Here He is. He has been han^t:
here on these gallows
And so when he w.i
the Services that Rosh HashoM
in 14. and he heard t!
Jewish slaves cry out: "Blessedbe
the name of the I^>rd.' 1 A
:i- silent and he wrote
I had ceased to plead I ^.i- r j
longer capable of lamentat:m
I was the accuser and Go
cused. My eyes were open and'.
was alone terribly alone in it
, world without God and w.thoir.l
man without love and
mercy .1 stood amid th.i'
Congregation observing it
stranger."
Since June 7th. Elie Wiesel s r.
longer a strangerno longer
We have taken a giant step I I
Auschwitz to Jerusalem
the depths of despair to the Ij
namics of deliverance from '
death of God to the living <;d
liberation I sln| the age-old cr.
with new lest Ani Ma.imin
believe with the people nl lai
Never again M.issatla and n
again Auschwitz Neither su: I
nor genocide God will no!
his face again'
LIVING HEBREW
WELCOME TO THE TOVR1ST
Citizen: (In the bus): There is a
vacant seat here.
Totiritf: Thank you Could you
change places with me? I like
to ail near the window.
C. I believe you. Bui it so happens
thai I too like to look st the
view.
T. No doubt. "Every man for him-
self," nevertheless, there is a
reason for my strange request.
C. Such as? Why should I give up
my place lo you?
T. You art a citizen of Israel The
scenery of our counUy it fa-
miliar to you. However, for a
tourist, like me, time it snort,
and I have to absorb the beauty
of the country in a hurry.
C. That's an acceptable reason, al-
though, it leave* room for argu-
ment.
Very well, (please) sir. take my
seat.
Do not lean out of the window!
We need every tourist!
V'fli B*Ji ". 2 = ~
B??o jut? sT (BaiCiirsi
n>P!iinT> 7?3".in ^tn pft^n
rar?1 rpjro jit ;*n
m;se Vail .|7> paw: -:*
' 7?sriDn7> arrat *:* a;
*1B anst,, ^5B rl
%r. rn> 7?a ."-rx:-
.n-,non Tir;??^ ?ts*:
iibot? "^ njj' T'nr:-
T>G'.?b rn -
.HnaTa) rnrw -.-k
.ngp ^^'nwa uxnit -:
Jltt^ Di?P Jf> *J BH
mrpaa .'fTsJ ns/pa^
.xs^piaa rawi
!niinn &ph irmr h*
...' hmo ^? Vp Van
irntK
-- i
:rmt
.-
:mw
New Words
vacant
place
to look
absorb
T'jnp.l-
tourist
by chance
strange (f)
lo welcome
"r;ri
irjrta
B'ifl':
Idiomatic Fipressioaa
acceptable (underslood)
although
l^e room for argument
Proverb
1 nty man for himself"
i-i^rnn B' ? =
prefer 1*$?"
reason 7"-"-
scenery
(view)
a a -*
rqnn -; ?:""
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b i r '


October 20. 1967
* #v* f FtoridNbn
Page 13-A
BOOK REVIEW

neumour h. liebman
REVIEWS
Portal To America
edited by Allon Schoener
|'(RTAL TO AMERICA illolt.
harl and Winston, 912.98) re
.,!- in photographs and letters
ispects of the lives of the
: 11 i c> n s <>f Immigrant* who
tur shores between
i 'I ii' Lower East
. the epic of Jew
America
an art book suffused with
nd a
. ., place and era whose
i permeate our national
. i .. n today In reeding Ihe
letters translated from the column
ti i Bi ief" in the Yid lish
Dailj FORWARD, written in 1006,
(i ie is turn between the dei res
:o crj and lauuh These are the
forerunners of the modern ad
vice" columns. In the letters to
the editor, the people poured out
their troubles and problems in
Iheir homes, their shops and in
making adjustments to the new
land and its mores.
The 148 photographs taken a
half-century ago reveal how the
j people appeared, what the slums
|were and how sweat-shops oper-
ated. P'or those who are but
[dimly aware of the life and times
I"! the Lower Rast Side, here is
,i meaningful record of the en-
vironment from which the early
(immigrants pulled themselves so
1 as to provide a better life for
themselves and their progeny.
Reading matter has been culled
I from Abraham Cahn's immortal
[The Rise Of David Levinsky, the
New York Times, Hapgood's The
Spirit Of The Ghetto and other
Mitemporary literature. This is
book that will be treasured.
Robert Gamiey's COVENANT
,(Thoms Yoseloff. $6 00) has more
than a tenuous relationship with
i'ORTAL TO AMEhiCA. Ganuey.
j former publisher of the Inter-
Imountain Jewish News, has been
[compiling expressions of opinion
| of American Jews (mostly rabbis)
hi various problems and topics
ol interest to American Jewry.
Ihe hook is comprised of these
opinions quoted verbatim it hough
mately not in extenso) as re-
flections of modern Jewish his-
tory Two decades or more from
> it might be interesting to
evaluate these various opinions
in order to check the "'pro-
phecies "
The preface i- written by l>r
I a cob Neftaner, now professor of
ion at Brown University He
,,i-o wrote for his family's Anglo
Jewish weekly in Hartford He
opens his introduction with the
jeremiad "We are halfway down
the ro.ui to our own destruction
.i- ,i Jewish community" Despite
this, he remains optimistic for
he believes that our leaders of
tomorrow although they will be as
materialistic as those oi toda> will
al-o be in some measure cul
tural end educational" and they
will see how little they know of
Judaism and how slight the in
fluence Judaism exert- upon
He believes that they
eek to rented} this condition
iul Ju
and bj bi re Oi Jewl h
' i into their
i ibutes
io j to the body of the book
ided in
Ih'S oi ime .'ie anti-Sem
.; i : i ation; ecumenic ism;
Negro-Jewish relationships; ton
servatlve, Orthodox and Reform
institutional goals and relation
ships; ("an Judaism Survive?; the
rabbi and the layman and Jewish
education The book is a good
source for acquiring a quick,
albeit superficial at times, back-
ground on different views con-
cerning these topics.
Sessions on Judaism Set
Temple Sinai of North Dade is
initiating a series oi adult educa
tion courses. Subject of the first of
the three six week sessions will lie
"Judaism and Social Issues, slat) <
to begin Sunday evening.
B ol the Gold Coast Lodge B'no
to be
:. .' : .
: l; and '
Dr. Spock lii Film
On (Jiilri Prejudice
i he Not "i Da Ie Chap i r ol B'nai
B i ii Women will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday nighl at the
Washington Federal. b:t NE 167th
SI
The program for the evening will
be a film entitled 'The Victims"
produced by the Anti-Defamation
League. Dr. Benjamin Spock is the
principal speaker in the film which
deals with prejudice in children.
I HELP WANTED J
MALE OR FEMALE
, Social Croup Worker of expand- <
t ing program in Southern Jewish (
? Community Center. Work includes <
? supervision of Youth Groups and <
' direction of Summer Day Camp. '
Excellent Personnel Practices. Start-
I ing salary dependent on experi- J
? ence and skills. Write S. G., P.O.B.
I 2973, Miami 33101, Florida.
Soviet \ I'll IS Attends Judge's Convention
To Blame
Judge Milton A. Friedman, se
nior municipal judge of the City
Of Miami, left Tuesday for New
Orleans to attend the annual con-
vention of the North American
Judges Association. Judge Fried-
man is national chairman of the
Sentencing Procedures Committee.
Continued from Pag* 1-A
carious and made it all the more '
important that the Western powers
permit us to buy the weapons we i
need to defend ourselves.*'
Meanwhile political circles here GailfS Party Benefits VetS
were keeping an eye on develop- '
ments fn Washington, where U.S. '
Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg '
and Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F.
Dobrynin conferred on the Middle
East crisis at the iniative of the
State Department The purpose of
the meeting was said to be devel-
opment of a framework for the pos-
sible settlement of the Arab Israel
dispute.
However, since it is doubtful that
the Soviet I'nion is ready to recede
from the rigid position it had tak
en over the issue in and outside
the United Nations, the Goldberg
Dobrynin talks may not contribute
measurably to a reassessment of
approach to the problem
REPHUN'S HEBREW
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DO NOT BUY FROM
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AND BE SORRYI
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and save many dollars.
PALMER'S
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The 52 Association of Greater |
Miami held its annual October
games party on Tuesday evening at
the Algiers Hotel. The group pro-
vides entertainmenrt for hospital-
ized veterans and welfare assist-
ance for their families
RUTH BROTMAN THANKS HER NUMEROUS FRIENDS
WHO REMEMBERED HER IN THE RECENT TRAGEDY
WHEN HER BROTHER RALPH WAS INSTANTLY KILLED.
Please God, forgive a silent tear,
Sadly,
Ruth
Miami Hebrew Book Store
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Page 14-A
> Aw *-"# fhrkMat)
Friday, October 20, l%y
Between You and hie:
By BORIS SMOIAR
Federations to Probe Results of Summer Campaigns
* *:.. I.. il. ( I I W I-" ilnliwi ul ten i. Kiitk rvtu.., l e
N
|EW APPROACHES to Jewish
community planning in the
United States are now under con-
-dcration by the Council of .low
ish Federations and Welfare Funds
CJFWF leaden (eel that after Is-
raels victorious Six-Day War of
i last June. American Jewry hcea
jfi" new prospects in fund-raising- The
extiaordinarv warmth which dominated the response
of American Jewry during the critical June days
has created drastic changes in giving levels. It has
also brought out new given and new workers in
the communities.
Thus, the 1968 campaigns of the Jewish federa-
tions will have to be based on the extraordinary ex-
periences of the Israel Emergency Fund campaiun of
summer 1967. CJFWF leaders who just returned
from an extensive visit to Israel are all convinced
that the emergency situation in Israel is by far not
over. They are of the opinion that winning the
peace for Israel will be prolonged, difficult and ex-
pensive. Thus American Jewry will have to help
carry" a 'a'e share of Israels welfare, education
and health costs in 1968.
This will be necessary in order that the people
of Israel through their taxes and voluntary con-
tributions can meet the additional costs of their
security needs and the occupation costs involved
in keeping the Israeli held territories in Gaza. Sinai,
the west bank of Jordan and the Syrian heights.
These eostl arc very large indeed, making it im-
perative for the American Jewish community to con-
tinue its action to raise extraordinary -urns of money
for Israel.
A large Study Mission of the United Jewish
i
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Arab Veil
3JJECENTLY IN THE Gaza Strip, there
** was quite an explosion when a
ouple of Jewish girls strolled by wear
ig miniskirts.
The Arabs are warm-blooded, and
ainUkirts revealing an area of the ana
>my not hitherto exposed to general
ublic inspection might be expected
erhaps to Mir some sensibilities even
in Westerners; but the clue) reason perhaps for the in-
s ,,f the plosion is sociological or r
The Arab countries are the land ol the veil H i- for-
bidden for anyone save a husband to see .< female or any
fractional pan ol one Fron top to toe. she musl tie
covi I
The only area excluded i- the eyes Actually the eyes
can be :i- sensuous and certainlj more flirtatious I
'he nose, and the veil should cover it too. but Mature,
apparentl) ignoring Moslem ideology, bad made it neces-
SSrj for tl.e eyes to be uncovered in order that a pel-on
.night properly function. SO they have 1o leave the eve-
unveiled.
It should bo said that the Arab woman enjoys the
maximum of protection. She is not only veiled off. but
she is usually segregated. Rarely does she walk outside
the home. When she does, her husband goes along with
her. he in front, she trudging a little behind. She couldn't
be better protected from any outsiders if she were Presi-
dent of the United States.
But the system has some disadvantages for the woman.
Justice Douglas in his book on his travels in the Near
Kast. tells of a group ol Arabs who gathered to watch
his camping party make preparation for the day in one
Near Eastern village Along came a man. his wife and
child. They stopped for a moment, then the man went,
ahead to the front, watching the Douglas party A leu
moments later, the man looked to the rear and noticed
that his wife had dropped her veil He began immediately
to shout at her and she restored the veil to its place. A
few minutes later, he looked again and again saw
the veil had been dropped. He ran up to her, his face
livid with anger and. striking her with his list, knocked
her down. The Arab woman put the veil back in place,
took her child and left.
The woman in Arab lands. Judge Douglas wrote, is
the property of her husband. He can do with her what
ever he wants. There is no question but that if the
case of the Arab woman came before the Supreme Court
of the United States, Judge Douglas would write a de-
cision which would bring about a stir in the Middle East.
Wives aie bought, as slaves ale bought, as any kind
of property, from the parents 1 recall a story told by a
Jewish orange grower many vcars ago An Arab who had
formerly worked for the Jewish farmer frankly admitted
that he had stolen one of his horses, but he promised
to pay for it. He explained that he needed the horse to
buy a girl for a wife. The father of the girl would swap
his daughter for the horse.
Recently it was reported in the press that poor Arabs
are protesting the high prices of wives. The current
price seems prohibitive for poor Arabs. There is no
installment system where you can buy a wife on easy
terms. The system is "oil" right for Sheiks who hsve
large incomes. They can afford many wives.
Appeal composed of Uw very top leaders of
Jewish communities from all parts of the United
State* is visiting Israel now in order to estab
lish the exact needs there, prior to the opening of
the CJA campaign for 1968. Detailed reports ol
the findings of this mission, as well as recommenda-
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALPETER
Labor Merger Talks
Collapse In Israel
JF.RUS.M.EM
AFTER THREE MONTHS of pro
traded negotiations, the mersj
er talks between Prime Minister
Bsbkol'S Mapai Party and Hen
Gurion's and General Dayan's
Rafi Party broke down completelv
This was a clear victory" for Golda
Mcir, Secretary General of Mapai.
who opposed the merger from the outset and used
every stratagem to prevent it
Rafi was created shortly before the last parlia-
mentary elections when Ben-Gurion walked out of
Mapai over a personal feud with Eshkol.
This departure guaranteed a disproportionally
preferential position to Achdut Avodah. the left of
center party which created a parliamentary' "Align-
ment'' with'Mapai Other young Mapai leaders, who
stayed in the party, were never too enthusiastic
over this development, for personal as well as for
political reasons.
The fumbling and hesitation of Mr F.shkols Cabi-
net in the fortnight preceding the Six Day War in
June created a wave of popular demand for the re
placement of Mr Eshkol as Minister of Defense (a
post he held together with the Premiership) by-
General Dayan. The demand was supported by a
large section of Mapi's younger leadership but
opposed tooth and nail by Mrs. Meir. When Rafi
announced its willingness to discuss unconditional
merger with Mapai because of the national emer-
gency, the demand for Eshkol's replacement by
Dayan gained overwhelming support in Mapai.
The) forced Eshkol to invite Rafi and Gahal Mhe
united General Zionist and Herul faction) to join
in a National Union Cabinet and appoint Dayan
Minister ol Defense
M Mm and some of the older leaden, BOW
ever, never gave up the fighl against Rafi, nor did
Eshkol n sign himself to Ihe loss of the Defense
portfolio to Dayan Thej started urgent maneu
to bring about a complete merger between Mapai
and Achdul Avodah before the merger with Rafi,
apparentl) hoping that if Ashdul Avodah was assur-
ed privileged position, Rafi would not join But the
majority Of Mapai leadership compelled their party
secretarial to hold parallel negotiations with Achdut
Avodah and Rafi In those talks the two Mapai teams
indeed reached full agreement each with Achdut
Avodah and Rafi but on terms which contradicted
each other.
When the contradictions between the Mapai
Achdut Avodah draft agreement, on one hand, and
the Mapai Rafi draft, on the other, became clear, a
"compromise" was necessary. Mrs. Meir succeeded,
by outsmarting the majority in her own party, in
getting approval for terms practically identical
with those wanted by Achdut Avodah. As she cor-
rectly assumed from the outset. Rafi had no choice
but to break olf negotiations.
lion hy the CJFWF delegation which returned front
Israel, will be presented to the fivedav I JFWp
General Assembly next month, at which the new
approaches to community planning will be a sub
jcet of major discussion.
The CJFWF Aaaembly will also discuss other
major issues now being faced by American Jewish
communities. One of them is a reassessment of the
Jewish role in the human rights revolution which
[ now taking place in this country. Top leaders f
major Jewish organizations engaged in human right!
work __ like the American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress and the B'nai H nth
Anti Defamation League will analyze develop
ments which took place during 1967.
The Negio riots, inasmuch as they affect Jews,
and the anti Semitic expressions hy some of th, (
trends! Negro leaders, will be dealt with by the
speakers at the session
The Assembly promises to be the most inti i
ing Jewish gathering of the year, at which Jewish
community policies will be evaluated and formulated
Overseas Newslett er By Samuel Goldsmith
Highlights In Sports
Foe Of Zionism
LORD (RICHARD CLEMENT) ATTLEE
was leader of the l-abor Part) be-
tween li'liti and 1951. Deputy Prime
Minister during Warld War II and Prime
Minister from 1945 to 1951. Since 1951
he had been outside and above active!
politics and took no part in the con
(rovenies of the day He was a venerat ;
ed elder statesman and a sage in ha
last years.
The balance is overwhelmingly favorable. Attlec **
the Prime Minister who freed India, introduced the Na
tional Health Service, started Britain on the road U
war recovery and presided over the demobilization ti
the forces. His international record was good: he was
of the founding fathers of the United Nations, a sta
champion of freedom for subjugated peoples, an impom:
figure in the struggle against want and squalor I
w here.
And yet his record in regard to .lews and Zionisn
lamentable And so we are entitle,I to make up Oil I
account The yean ol 1046-51 were Ihe yean ol thi
between the JeWS Of Palestine the Ylsluiv I ami >-
Zionist movement throughout the world on one sid
the Palestine Administration and the British Govert
on the other The \ little part In it
stood back and left it to Attlee and Bevin The Palestir
Mandate was llgUI Mtlee and Kevin II|i
it back into the lap of the I nited Nations, u the sui
to the League ol Nations The) did not expect the
to b, able to implement a resolution in their
even In the evenl of such a resolution being passi
What had caused Attlee's hostility to Zionism, wind
sometimes turned to open hate, is not quite clear 1
never had the romantic attachment to the Arabs
was not an average Foreign Sccretarj He could
the Party, the trade unions and the Government I
will Only seldom did be not have his way. But this i
be the whole answer
In the last months of his life, just before he succii-iheol
to heait disease, Bevin recognized his error in regard Ml
Palestine lie did not admit it in public that was not |
his waj But he said s() |n a letter to a Jewish tradi link)
leader, an old friend of his from the Fast End days, andI
aKo to a Jewish journalist In each case he aski
his views be treated as stnetlv private
JESSE SILVER
Sports Meet Shift Due To Israel
Malaysia has decided against holding an Asian
athletic meeting in haul I.umpur in January Ihe
government of the Moslem nation refused to allow
Israeli athletes to enter the country.
"We do not want to introduce politics into
sports.'' said Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman,
"but for the good of our Moslem country the govern-
ment has had to take this decision "
Israel's Ministry of Education has formed a com
mittee for youth, sports and recreation to promote
constructive leisure activities in the whole of Jeru
salons.
Five basketbell teams from east Jerusalem and
five from the western area took part in an Arab
Jewish sports contest and more similar competi-
tions are planned.
Marty Fleckman's professional golf debut was
less than a success. He finished well down among
the also rans at the Thunderbird tournament in
Clifton, N.J. As a rookie pro, Fleckman wasn't
eligible to play in the Thunderbird. However, he
received an invitation lo compete.
Fleckman is attending classes for two weeks
at the Professional Golfer's Association school
in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. If he graduates, he
will receive a PGA card.
Maik Spit/ established another swimmii
I at a dual meet in London. Spit/ won the Hn
and 220-yard butterfly, as the IS downed Greal
Britain 02-68 lie clocked 56 3 for the 110 yards, I
new woi id record
\ recent Life magazine article. "Mark Spits Ann-
ul th- (i'v mines. tells this story:
Mark Spitz was 10 years old and already show
ing phenomenal promise as a swimmer when a
conflict arose between his afternoon workouts and
the requirements of the Hebrew school he attended
in Sacramento. Marks father went to the rabbi and
explained where he stood. "Rabbi." said Arnold
Spitz, even Gods likes a winner "

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U.S. And Sen iet Union Talk
On Arab-Israel Settlelnient
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r.z. ouilding to be constructed for the
trt-city community of Bai Harbour Bay
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Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor, Surf side
To Have Medical Professional Building
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The Iri-city cmmunitv of B*l
Harbour, Bay Harbor, and Surfside
Mil .soon have its own medical pro-
onal building.
The Ba> Harbor Medical Center
i] 1160 Kane Concourse, a four
?on office buildini for medical
doctors, dentisti and allied fields,
ill soot: Ik' under contruclion The
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Judea To Hear
Talk on Baseball
Coach Denne Maiiuen. who
juiuu the Miami-Dade Junior
ollcgc baseball team to a na
lonal championship last year, will
be uuest speaker at a luncheon
Of tne Temple Judea Brothcrhoud
Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
Coach Mainien. a member of
the Miami Dade faculty, will dis-
cuss aspects of baaei ail at tnc
m. --..,.; lo be held in the social
Dr Fred Witkolf, Brotherhood
president, has named Norman Rut
km and Irving Newmark cochair
men for the open met '
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' luilders of South Florida. Edmund
Varren, president
The construction of a medical
rofessional building in the
was hailed by Shepard Broad, Ma)
or of Bay Harbor Islands, as a
i "major step in I a mm h-
needed facility t the community."
The modern building, of which
Morris I., pi lus is architect, will bo
among the tallest In Bay Harbor
Its modern front is sun-shielded
with screens of blue, white and
gold granalux Panels of gray solar
glass from floor to ceiling of each
floor carry out the modern design,
Mondnan in effect. Kecessed land-
craning, adds ,-, note of tropical
beauty.
The building with 21.1)00 square
feel gross area win provide space
for approximately twenty medic il
offices, with a drugstore and lunch
eonette on the main floor. Each
office will have individually con-
trolled air-conditioning Ample
parkin, space will be provided in
the rear of the building and in the
adjacent municipal parking lot.
Completion date pated bj
mid March
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department summoned So-
viet Ambassador Anatoly F. Do-
brynin for a talk rhmt lasted more
than an hour and constituted an
"exploratory" sounding of a possi-
ble deal leading to an Arab-Israel
settlement.
State Department spokesman
Robert McCloskey later told a
press briefing that the conference
indicated "continuing hope" that
the framework for a settlement
could be worked out at the United
Nations But he said he could not
state if new hope for an agreement
had prompted the meeting of Mr
Dobrynin with Joseph Si-ico. As-
sistant Secretary of State for Inter-
national Organizational Affairs,
jand Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Am-
bassador to the IN.
Department sources later said
the meeting was held in hopes of
finding new thrust to revitalize lag-
ging efforts at the UN. to resolve
the situation resulting from the
Six-Day War. Officials said they
v lie aware of reports that E
and perhaps other Arab states
might be willing to make -
ments of non-belligerency in return
foi T-raeli withdrawal of tro
Mi McCloskey said, however,
that "all the us. discussions of
Middle East matters are conducted
within the framework ol the Presi-
dent's speech of June 19."
In a dispatch from the United
Nations, the Washington Post .i-
l that Jerusalem I id bet
a "peace hurdle," that the 'Israeli
stand may move difficult f- r the
United states' and that pressures
on Israel might he in the offering
Robert E Estabrook, the Post -
UN correspondent, reported that
"it is an unstated assumption on
the part of manv Western del'
tions that i: the time does c
when some sort of withdrawal and
| non-belligerency agreen
lible, the I'r
on Israel to reconsider the status
of Jerusalem." He said that Is
reel's "insistence on retaining
Arab Jerusalem may prove to be
the most difficult aspect for the
United States in any Middle East
peace formula that may emerge
here "
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Israel School Construction Ahead
Despite Middle East Disturbances
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By Special Report
NEW YORK The school con
gtructlon program of the Israel
Education Fund of the United
Jewish Appeal was undeterred by
the Six Day War and has swept
past the halfway mark, it was re
ported here by Joseph Meyerhofl
of Baltimore and Charles J. Hen-
ley of New York, chairman and
president respectively of the IKK
In a joint letter and an ensuing
report to the IEF Advisory Board,
the Pond's oificials noted that
eight high schools under its spon-
sorship are now open to a total
enrollment of 3.000 students and
that 30 others are in various stages
of construction and planning The
original goal of the Fund. esUb
lished in September. 1964. was to
build a total of 72 high schools
Substantial progress has also
been made in the planning and
construction of community cen-
ters, libraries and prekindergar-
ren schools. The total number of
buildings for which pledges have
been received is now 63. A grand
total of more than $17 million
has been pledged for these fa-
cilities and another $1 million for
teacher-training and student-aid
scholarships.
The war has not significantly
delayed our program." the report
stated. "Less than two weeks after
it ended, our IEF office in Israel
was able to publish tenders lor
construction bids on three projects
More than a dozen such bids have
been issued since June 12."
The report went on to urge a
continuing effort to achieve all
original objectives by the end of
1970. declaring: "Every top official
in Israel gave us that ringing man
JOSEPH mtvtBHorr
date Prime Minister Lev! Esh-
kol. BdUCation Minister Zalman
kranne, Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir and Jewish Agency Chair
man lxuis A Pincus all stressed
the importance of completing the
grand design for universal secon-
darj education as the one best way
of preserving the population unity
so strikingly evidenced on the bat
tlefield in June."
To maintain program momentum,
the IEF leaders stated, the cur
rently established 63 facilities must
be doubled in the next two years
Seven of the eight IEF high
schools now in operation are com-
prehensive schools, considered the
heart of the developing secondary-
education pattern in Israel. Com
prehensive high schools provide a
wide ranRe of combined academic
and vocational training, designed
to raise the educational level of
immigrant children of families
originating In Mossem
while providing them
skills
The seven are located in Kir
vat Yam. Dimona, Kinat Gat. Va
hud Or Yehuda. Mlgdal lla Kmek
and Sazerat Wit. and the eighth
is a National Nautical School in
Ashdod
Ml eight communities are immi
gram development towns In which
the Ministry of Education and ( Ul-
lure is providing free high school
tuition for all students. This free
secondar) education program, first
announced laSl year and currenth
covering 21 immigrant develop
men! town-, is considered a direct
outgrowth of the success of the
Israel Education Fund in providing
Mich communities with high schools
Other 1F.K facilities currently
open ami m operation are a re
gional public library in Kn.ek Ilef
er, a youth center in Yahud and
pre kindergarten schools in Ganei
Tikva and Ramie Twenty-one other
units in these categories are under
construction or in active planning
The Israel Education Fund is a
program of the United Jewish Ap
peal initiated in September. 1964.
to meet acute building, personnel
and equipment shortages in Israel's
>>stem ol secondary education, par
ticularly in the country's immi
grant development towns
countries
with life
Milton Sirkin leonord tesea Sidney Ansin Shcppord Brsoi
Four Named To Board
Of Miami Technion I nit
Four Greater Miami Jewish com
Oiunit) leaders were appointed to
tl e board of dnectors of the Miami
Chapter ol the American Technion
So. H ty. it was announced this week
b\ Jacob RUkin, newly elected
president ol the group, and Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman, national board mem-
XI
Thej are Sidnej Ansin, presi
denl of the Sunbeam Television
Corp. Channel 7. Dade County
campaign chairman United Fund.
and past chairman ol Board "I Di-
rectors ol Temple Beth Sholom.
Milton Sirkin, president of Ki
wanis Club, past president Temple
I- inanu KI Brotherhood, and mem
her of the board of directors of the
First National Bank of Miami
Heach:
Shepard Broad, mayor oi Bay
Harbor Islands, an attorney, and
past president of Temple Beth
Sholom;
Technion m tin ,r u,,
KilKin read a I
Moshe Dayan to i
stein, chairman 1 I
nors at Technion
It lauded the Ti (or
'"many contribul I
nomic welfare of In* -
"'Our ichievemenl |
ed vastly superior foi
came them sodecisivi
the training and tc i
oui soldiers and ofl i
lei Union had so ;
hare.'' the letter declan
Plans are now belt j
.'or Technion's annual
announcement as to tin
.*ill be made short I)
It seeks funds for the construe
tion of high schools, libraries,
community centers and pre kinder
Kartell schools, and for the estab
lishment of scholarships for stu
dents and teachers in training All
schools, facilities and scholarships
created by contributions to the IEF
are owned, operated and adminis
tered by the United Israel Appeal.
Inc., an American corporation
Leonard Rosen, member of foe
presidium of the Hebrew Academy,
recent chairman of the Israel
F.mergency Fund, and president of
Gulf American l-and Corporation
Greater support of
was oroed by Rifkin, at a
meeting of Hva boar*. V
that Technion's role in Israol h
la, ~ m>4* > fvtvre loadorshap
of that country.
I'ointing up the importance of
Session Urged
Bv Miami K;ill>i>
The Rabbinical As>. ,tion
Greater Miami this ween ailed
Co*. Claude Kirk to coavest
special session ol the Florida Sui
legislature to deal with lite sth
crisis.
In a telegram signed b> lr In
ing lehrman. president ai I Has
Solomon Schiff. execute
j president, the Associatr
men! voiced concern over the |
' Tic school crisis and appealed ^
the special legislative session
behalf ol our children u
ture of our state and our natk*l
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Sidney Langer Is Guest
Of Honor At V Dinner tlfeWJLSll Flondiail
Sidney W. Langer. pioneer busi-
ness Hid civic leader of South
1 ioridl, will be honored at a CO n
niunity wide dinner Wednesdav
lit, Nov. 8. at the YM-YWHA of
Iter Miami. Announcement of
(he function was made by Paul
I aske, president of the Y. an agen-
cy of both the Greater Miami Jew-
Academy Women
Meet In Succah
A general meeting of the He-
brew Academy Women will be held
in the Succah of The Hebrew Acad-
emy on Monday at 1:00 p.m.. it was
announced by Mrs Samuel Ros-
ner. president of the group.
Mrs Charles Simon, program
chairman, announced that after a
short business meeting, a narra
live, music and songs will be pre-
sented by the children of the Acad-
emy. Miriam Donnet will direct.
Mr- Leonard Rosen, chairman
of the board will discuss pinna
[or the forthcoming annual "Chai"
Brick and Binyan Luncheon which
will he held at the Deau\ 111
According to Mr* Joseph Shapiro
M .luhus Rosenstein, a rec
ord crowd of 250 are expected
Vets Post Holds Breakfast
The Hialeah Miami Springs
Jewish War Veterans Post will
hold the initial breakfast meeting
ui the 1967 (iH season at the Park
I ane Cafeteria on Sunday at 9:30
a in
ish Federation and of the United
Fund of Dade County
The dinner, at the Y building.
8500 SW 8th St.. will follow imme
diately dedication of Langer Field.
as the athletic facilities at the Y
Will be known henceforth Included
in the Langer Field designation are
the softball diamonds, tennis courts
and a.I -ports facilities other than
the s\ miming pool and surround-
area.
Rabbi Morns A. Kipper, spir.
tual leader of Temple .ludea where
Langer is one of the founders of the
(.'oral Gablei congregation, will of-
ficiate at the dedication cere
monies
A committee of communal lead-
ers is being organized for the
Imner Mr Faske said, with rep-
resentatives of all major Jewish
anizations in Dade County in-
Mi I angei contributed
S75 100 to launch tin Y's fund
i .i sing i ami aign
Mi Langer is president and
chairman of the board ol din ctors
ol I it) Gas Compan) i I FIoi ida A
pas) president ol the <.< Insti
l Ireater Miami. Langer is a i i
owner of the Statler Hilton Plaza
Hotel which will open in Miami
Beach in December
lie has played a major role in
Variety Children's Hospital United
Fund and numerous other non-
sectarian causes while providing
leadership for his synagogue and
the Jewish community at large.
Miami, Florida, Friday October
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Ser
Communal Leaders To
Attend Area Conclave
S,DNEY W. IANGW
New Members Are Guests
At A NIC Chapter luncheon
Tropit al hapter, Amet ica
Medica I enter al Dem ei. 'ol i.
will play host to new membei
at a luncheon on Friday Ocl 27
at noon in the Deamille Hotel
Program will feature a film o
the hospital and entertainment,
In charge of reservations a1
Mrs. Bob Bezark. membershi
chairman, and Mrs Joseph Rich
man
Daniel Nea! Heller, prominent
local attorney, has been named
chairman lor the Florida Kduca-
i" .al Leadership Institute which
will be held on Saturday night, Oct.
2J>. and Sunday, Oct. 29 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The Institute,
which will attract participants
fioni the entire state, is co-spon-
( red l:y the United Jewish Ap|>eal
and the Council of Jewish Federa-
.i n.s and Welfare Funds.
.'.irony the featured participants
it tii" Institute will be Zvl Kolitz
' ned Israeli author, play-
vri hi ami Broadway producer
KolitZ was the author and pro
lucer ol Israel-, first major mo
on picture. Hill 24 Doesn't An
I wer," chosen as one ol the ten
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Zvi Kolili
Daniel N. Heller
best pictures of the year He was
co-producer of one of Broadwa
most controvei-ial plays !
Deputy," which won a Tony Award.
Mr Kolitz will address the h
lute's Saturday evening din
session.
Other national figures already
scheduled to participate in the In-
stitute include Henry (Imnlman. of
Cleveland, vice chairman ol
CJFWF National Committee
Leadership Development, who
keynote Sunday's work-hop ses
lions; and Leonard D. Bell, of
Lcwiston, Maine, chairman Ol '
I .1 \ Youn l Leadership I .
who will give a special r<
the recent Young Leadership Mis
sion to Israel.
The Institute will involve yo
Jewish lea let ii a aeries ol *
-ii ;>- and di-i ission g r 0 ups I
i used on a w ide arietj i I I
if current interest to the Ii
mui .' I he Institute's put
hi !i de\ elop Jew ish
hip programs throughout I
The (ireater Miami Jewish Fed-
'ration is handling arrangemi
or the in-titute Assisting an I
cral ons in Hollywood and Pa
B< ich
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By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
SUCCOT
Succol tailed for a wonderful festive meal alter the return
>m Mini
Menu
Small HoUahkes
Win,.
Chicken Soup with Noodles
Baked Chicken
Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Plum Strudel
Dough:
I cupt flour
1 tablespoon oil
'< teaspoon salt
Pilling:
2 cups breadcrumb*
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
(for browning crumbs)
Plum Strudel
Challah with Raisins
Kichel
Potato Kugel
Honeyed Carrots
Sour Pickles
Tea and Lemon
l ega >olk
l taiiiespoon vinegar
About ': cup warm water
4 cups stoned blue plums
'- cup sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Grated rind 1 lemon
Combine .ill the Ingredients on a board except the warm
water. Work up a soft dough with the lukewarm water, slapping
it up and down about ILK) times until it is clastic and no longer
sticks to board Place on a lightly floured board, brush top well
with oil, cover with a bowl and let it real 30 minutes Spread a
cloth over a large kitchen table and sprinkle with flour Roll
dough out into i large square, then pull II gently with both hands
under the dough ihanda made into a n-t with thumbs tucked in)
and stretch dough until very thin Lei dough dry about IS minutes
strew -.lightly browned bread crumbs over dough Mix plums
ar, lemon juice and rind ol I lemon. Cover ol dough
with mixture, fold over and roll like Jelly role l>> gently pulling
tablecloth Roll tightly, folding in the ends. Place on a well greased
c okie sheet and bake about 45 minutes In 376 degree oven. Be
fore baking, sprinkle top with a little oil and brown tugai Haste
while baking with oil in pan or add a little more oil When done.
it in slanting pieces.
Baked Broilers
2 broilers, split l cup aoup
Salt and pepper to taste
Comi broilers with soup and refrigerate Overn.ght The next
daj brown broilers m 400 degree oven for 15 minutes Cover the
pan. reduce temperature lo .'150 degrees and continue to bake
until tender, about half an hour longer. Baste chicken with
chicken fat while baking (Put chicken in greased baking dish
before baking*!
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STRAWBERRY TART
Tart Past.y
1 tablt tpoon su
lb plus 2 tablespoons butter 2 mr
p on salt 4 to 5 i. ti ol l water
Cream butter, salt and sugar; when Quffj add l egg and
bi at -rnooth With a pastry blender work in the flour. Add 4 to 5
tablespoons water gradually, using just enough to make a dough
quite firm Handle as little as possible Roll out the dough on a
lightly-floured board. Line a 10-inch tart pan or a layer cake
pan with the dough Trim off neatly one inch above pan. turn
under '-. inch dough and crimp top. Prick all over bottom with a
f" k line paatrj shell with aluminum foil or buttered wax paper,
p 'i Ich you sprinkle a good quantity ol raw rice or beans to
Hiold it flat, bake m preheated 375 di iree >ven '- hour Remove
i take out paper and rice Dr beans, put pastrj shell back in
oven for lo minutes more to brown top of shell Cool Remove
hi II from pan il Using layer cake pan Add filling,
Filling
i>t bea' y su eel i ream, I i poon milk
whi 2 tablespoons l rrj iuice oi l
l tablespoon kosher gelatin m vanilla flavoring
1 ar ta whipped cream Soak {elatin in I tablespoon
bndk and dissohc v\ r hot w tter Cool slightl) and Id to
whipped ream Add Iuice ol bi flavoring Fill tart shell
ra'id put in refrigerator to ire putting sponge cake on lop.
[Sponge Cake
s. cup cake flour tif oi
flour is use.I. subtract 1
:t i'iws. separated
cup "I I
on :11
m bakin powder
vanilla
sat flour before measurin Beat whites until thej
p*>ini add salt, baking powdei and vanilla while bearin
" lit. add sugar and water and flour altert rad
[lul1 wlnii- i an; ntlj fold egg white mixture into e oik
nixture ami I nutes In a 350 degree oven When
i cools, cut in half horizontally and put on top oi fillln
Put attraetivi berries jpright on top of sponge ..ike
Lco\er berries u ith laie
Mas*
in a saucepan dissolve cup red currant jellj In i table-
Boon Water Lei it COOl before carefully brushing It on Straw
Acmes.
1 Al IsrcH 1 Airlines' Grow
Hostesses Batr and Yolan
DeHhillips say goodbye to
live year oid Mazal iJhlomo
before her return to Israel.
Mazal was brought to this
country by LI Al In or I
to undergo a delir-nte heart
operation pel formed success-
fully by Ihi Ian ous h^nrt
surgeon. Dr. Michael
Bar:
Monday Luncheon
For Sisterhood
The Temple NYr Tamid Sister
hood i'. ill i. ature a m nber bring a
member luncheon Monda? noon al
the home of Mrs Herman Shaw,
1255 Daytonia Rd.
Mrs. Yvette Silberg, membership
chairman, Mrs Philip Randman,
Mrs, Aden Acker, coebairinen. are
in charge oi arrangements, A mus-
ical program will be presented by
Mrs, Irvine Spear accompanied by
Mrs Michael Glazier al the piano.
Sisterhood president is Mrs Carl-
ton Blake
All Day Fair Planned
Fifty organizations have com-
bined to present Hade's first all
day fair for the benefit of the
American cancer Society Sched-
uled for Saturday Oct 28th, at
llialcah Hair Course from 9 to >
pat king and admission
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leftover meat h cheese
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plump tomatoes, sp
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ALLOCATIONS REPORT
Aged Care Gets Larger Fund Share
ft YORK .'i \ Pr
.ire the ajfed in the Ann :
,i>- receive!
;esl increase in com::
local Jewish Sen
1956-1965 decade
. m largest in< n i
ina providing employment
ces.
According to a report by ;h<-
, Je ish l" let
Mre Kunds. such alloeatlMM to
lewish care of the .< "
decade b> 66 p refnl
SS pei Jewish-em
sen :> e agencies N-- i
ie Ji u ish centers, tor which
allocations rose by 2 par i
ish i lucatton, with a rise ol
~>8 per cent, followed by famil>
md > which allo-
5] per cent, then local
oiis. boosted bj
I
I in that i : 46
.re contt
nmun.i!
>sn and Finances,
f S. P. i
\ i| all of this money nes
from strictly .lew ish sources, the
report noted. Non-sectarian com
minify chests and unite.! fun.Is also
provide money for such Jewish
services. During the decade cited,
rant; to local Jewish services
n such

ere ris
Jewish fe i and
inds
161 million dol
!
Fedi' constituted the major
-oiii- tributed income for
I in
1965 They provided about
in 1965 to i al J<
rices in t alth, fnnt
care, n
li
ns. In 1 "':
for
e servii
Th nonse-tarian funds pro-
vided an estimated $19.5 million
in 1965, in most cases throj'h
Jewish federations but in some
cajes directly to the Jewish agen-
cies. Of that sum, $12.4 million
was received in the 14 largest'
American cities where more than
75 per cent of American Jew*
live.
illj r<
i in
I
leu ish
!.!-.
riK*i- frftir l|fi#M '
ntfal hare" ol i Red
e semes from
i,v particular!)
cei
,M|1S
exclusive responsibility for
pctarian activilies in the fl< I li >l
n Jewish Sucation and
x ; idp
In! 1-';
u.tu .
i it Jewi!
lions continui
j md non -
i ntral
inal fu ,u ,n"

elude many fields ol -<
which do not g<' < >m
. best su] |
The largest increases in 1965
were for Jewish education, for
which allocations increased al-
most seven per cent over the pre-
vious year and for vocational
services for which the increase
in allocations was 6.7 pr C(
Mrst of the increases ca fr0ll
Jewish federations because cot,.
m unity chests do not pioviu* aid
to these services to any consider
able degree.
Risesnj
fmfteToa' In I* ,, ,,,
"nnitiiinity [rants I
(ami!> ami eh
rommunit) relations
i ,.nt- and grant toi
rose bj leas than l
wasa drop ia.gi ,
hut this was ;>
mainly, the report sai I ,n m.
Ice pafav
it the largest elties
i major sourci
il Jewish servici
i than a':-',.,:
,,i funds are |

i hese incon i
exti
m fui Is Thi
such communal cr,
4 4 per e l
lewi h a? maorea
while home- I
family WTViee II '
igenciea also lucrtast
come from payments foi
!i\ users

JUDCt LtBOWITZ
Lebotvitz Is
Appointed j
MB Defender
The Miami Beach City Council
named Judge Walter B. Lebowitz
as the city's first Public Defender.
Judge Lebowitz will provide coun- _
sel and defend all indigents accused
of violating the municipal ordi-
nances of the city of Miami Beach, \
commencing Oct. 21.
In accepting the appointment as
City Public Defender, Judge Lebo-
witz said: "I accept the challenge
and I will strive to provide the
city, the court and the indigent de-
fendants with a model Public De-
fender system that will ensure
equal justice to all."
Judge Lebowitz has resided in
Miami Beach for 32 years and has
practiced law here since 1954. An
active member of the American.
Florida and local Bar Associations.
. Lebowitz served as chairman
and attorney fur the Legal Aid
niittee of the Miami Beach
K^r Association from 1957 through
1960 He is presently serving on
the Municipal Law Committee of
Florida Bar \ M ..it.on and
the Administration of Justice Com-
ic of the American Bar A
elation He previously served as
Citj Attorney tor the city of Bwt
water, Florida, as well as I
Municipal .Indue and is presently
the "re., sure! Of the I
pal Judges Association
Walter Lebowitz and h.
Rhoda. reside at 3784 SShei
Miami Beach. They have two
rerrj Lynn and Toby
Jane
Sisterhood Meets Tuesday
A membership meeting of the
akc Synagogue con-
will be held Tuesday. 815 pm.
The program for the evening
will highlight the holiday of Sue
and the observance of United
Nations Dav.
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Luncheon, Games
Fete BB Members
: iy. October 20, 1967
Miami Beach Hadassah Offers Hebrew
And Bible Study Groups Slate Films
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah will launch its first study I
group on Saturday. 12:30 p.m., at'
the home of Mrs. Sanford Jacob
son. 325 88th St. Mrs. Jacobson.
leader of the group, will intro-}
duce the "Melton Method." a new
approach to the study of the Bi-
ble Mrs Dorothy Angerman is in
charge of arrangements.
Also being offered by the chapter
i- an 8 week course in Hebrew
reading conducted by Mrs Zvi
IVmstein, professional Hebrew in-
Stmctor. Sessions will he held at
the chanter office. 377 Lincoln
Rd.. every Wednesday from 10 to
12 noon starting on Oct. 25 Mrs.
Barnetl Reckerman is chapter
education vice president

The Henl Group will hold its
luncheon meeting Monday, 11:30
a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel "Ar
Americans Tour of Israel" will
be shown in color slides and nar-
rated by Judge LeRoy Stein. Mis
Milton Weinberg is president.

The Treasure House Group |<
having a brunch Monday, 11:30
a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel, for
paid-up members. Mrs. Bernard
I-achs will sing the national an-
thems. Mrs Henry Balaban, vo
enlist, will be accompanied by
3ert Duckman. A movie will be
ihown, The Goal is Peace." an
Israeli documentary Mrs Ben
Twery is president and Mrs. I,ou
iso Singer, program chairman
Mrs Donald Jarrett, vice presi-
dent, was to be chairman of the
day for the Freedom Chapter B'nai
PcKn ^-B B'rith luncheon and card party at
noon Thursday
at the Cadillac
Hotel. Some 88
new members-
have been added
to the group-
roster. Mrs.
Fred Bergei
was to serve a-
cochairman o!
the afternoon
Among guests
due to attend
were Mrs Nat
Levy, past pres-
ident of the
5th district. BB, and Mrs. Robert
Litt. president of the Miami Beach
Council
Airs. Donald Jarrttl
The program was to include a
musical recital by Mrs. Bertha
Troostwyk. pianist, and a talk by
Mrs. Jack GlicK.
Prescient of the group is Mrs.
Bernard Austcin.
Shown leaving Dade County Courthouse alter arranging
tor Greater Miami Section National Council ot Jewish
Women's Study Croup are (lett to right) Mrs. Norman
Cohan, vice-president public affairs; Mrs. Harold Creene,
Section study group chairman; and Mrs. Morton Weinberg-
er, chairman ot the even.:
Red Cross Offers Briefing 'ha',u'r H'-adouarters. at 7.30
" p.m. on Thursday. Oct. 26. The
Over a thousand invitations have ,. ._... ..
. ___, f.;i: f .. 1.. : meeting is to familiarize families
been sent to families of newly in
ducted and enlisted servicemen to of ,ne military with the many-
attend a meeting at Red Cross ways Red Cross can serve them
(Ihoice of A-Go-Go
Or Square Dance
At "Y" on Saturday
A >;ala Masquerade A Go-Go"
dance will be held by the Young
Sophisticates of the YMIIA on
Saturday. Oct. 28 at 8:30 p.m. as
its fust major fund-raising event
miss Shelly Weiss is group presi
dent
affair will be highliuhted
b) the go go muste and dancers of
Th Fair.il> Jewels." and is open
to >oung adults. 18 to 28 years of
Chairman 1- Barbara Janosi, and
program chairman is Jenice Man
nine Members of the committee
include: Cindj Robinson, Eric
Malkin, Ueen Goldblatl ami Man
Ber .man.
The "Y" Wonun will hold a
square dance on Saturday, "let 28.
'1 '1 'i" l> in in th main ball
of the ymvwiia of Greater
Miami, with Rill Palmatier as the
Mrs Martin Stein is serving ;.~
chairman of the dance committee
assisted by Mrs David Gonshak.
Mis han Huntman, Mrs. Sand>
Bochner, and Mrs Paul Rheingold.
HARPER METHOD
BEAUTY SALON
OF
CORAL GABLES
154 ALMERIA AVENUE
Phone: 446-2820
i.ooihiiim.simiii
Tilm. SuCCOt Fete
For Hadassah I nil
1 he 1 r. Goodman and Profes
sional Group of Hadassah will hold
ilai meeting on Tuesdaj eve
lot si. at the Miami Beach
Federal, 8th St and Washington
A\e.
The program will include a na-
tional Hadassah film. "The Goal
1- "vaee." and a report on Amer-
ican and Zionist affairs by Miss
Bertha Zolin. chairman. Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, program chairman,
will oiicr "The Succot Holidays."
On NOV. 11. an Oneg Shabbat
will be hosted by Mrs Fannie
1'arcy in honor of her recent mar
riage Miss Sid Dulberg, president,
will review "Saturday. The Rabbi
Wenl Hungry" by Harry Kernel-
man.
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT O K REGULAR
(fi Always... Good to the last drop!*
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cor**
K meant Kosher. Under suparvuian tf
RaDii Bernard Levy.


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Friday Oct<

Jewish National Fund News
J.N.F. Announces Important Events
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OF GREATER MIAMI ANNOUNCED TODAY TWO OF ITS MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS THIS YEAR.
NOVEMBER 26th THE J.N.F. WILL HONOR ITS PRESIDENT JOS:PH COHEN, AT THE DIPLOMAT HOTEL.
ON DECEMBER 10th NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEADERS WILL HONOR JOSEPH COHEN AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU
Dr. Lehrman
Greater Miami Jewry
can be proud of the J.N.F.
says Dr. Lehrman
in our recent trip to Israel. Mrs
Lehrman and I saw with our own
eyes, every place we went, the vi-
tal role the Jewish National Fund
has played in the past and is play-
Ing today in land reclamation, in
frontier settlements, aforeatation,
and land dm e
men! The Jewish
National F u n d
his been entrust
ad by the gov-
ernment of Israel
with greater re-
sponsibili-
ties. Since the
State has been
established. the
lewish National
F u n d has been
engaged in build-
ing frontier set-
tlements on Arab
borders, cutting
roads, strengthen-
ing the security of Israel by plant-
ing millions of trees, called 'silent
soldiers of defense" in the country
in particular, and on the frontiers
in general. In his last report. Jacob
Tsiir. World Chairman of Keren
Kayemeth Lelsrael In Jerusalem
Stated: "Thanks to extensive land
reclamation of the Galilee, land
was prepared and construction be-
gun for new villages on tin* Leba-
nese border, and the foundations
were laid for the first settlements.
Tens ol kilometers of roads were
blazed, boulders were blasted, and
tens ol thousand- of dunims of
land which for generations had lain
desolate were brought hack into
the cycle ol production Greater
Miami JeWT] can be proud "I the i
old settlement on the Jordanian
border which was situated at one
of the most sensitive spots near the
center of the country and was add-
ed to the chain of outposts erected
over the years along Israel's bor- j
ders This belt ol outlying villages
not only strengthens our security,
but also opens new areas for settle
men! Israel's control over these
strategic and dangerous regions is
assured because ol the young men
who defend with their lives places
like Kora/.im and Mel \mi "
These settlements still hold StTS
c impoi tance because t h e y
overlook an Arab population ol
100,000 The tasks that lie ahead
are to build new settlements like
Mei Ami on the newh established
frontiers to strengthen the defense
and set in it> ol the State of Israel.
The Jewish National Fund has
been asked to do this, and I know
that the Foundation of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami
and .lews of Greater Miami will
not let them down
It is with great pride that I BS
lute the Jewry of Greater Miami
for their magnificent efforts on
behalf of the Jewish National Fund
in the past, and call upon the lead
eis and workers of the Jewish Na
tional Fund to double and triple
their efforts in view of the new
tasks and responsibilities entrusted
to the Jewish National Fund as a
result of the Six Day War.
Joseph Cohen, President ot the Jewish National Fund Con-
gratulates Mr. and Mrs. Medow tor outstanding dedication
and achievements. Mr and Mrs Noah Krakower, dedicated
JNF leaders, look on.
Mr. and Mrs Teiva Sapotkin. Joseph Cohen. President of the
Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami
Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz addresses JNF Annual Award Night
meeting (left to right) Abraham Grunhut, Vice President ot the
Jewish National Fund Council, Zev Kogan, Rabbi Meyer
Abramowitz, Chairman JNF Executive Board, Joseph Cohen,
President Jewish National Fund Council ot Greater Miami, Mr.
and Mrs Herman Medow, Dorothy Kaminetzky.
Mrs Miriam Fierst, Secretary ot Jewish National Fund Ot
America, Congratulated by Joseph Cohen, President ot J-
National Fund Council ot Greater Miami, while Herman M*
"Man ot the Month' looks on
LEADERS ft WORKERS FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVMENT
AT JEWISH NATIONAL FUND ANNUAL AWARD NIGHT
IN THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
(Seated left to right: Mrs Herman Medow, Mr. Louis Levin,
Mrs. Robert Garber
(Standing) left to right: Harry Pickman, Noah Krakower, Joseph
Cohen, President of the Jewish National Fund Council ot
Greater Miami, and Herman Medow.
Seated left to right Mesdames Sonia leibson. Sara"
stein. Helen Pollack and Charlotte Fisher
Standing left to right: Mrs Max Attachiner, Joseph Cone"
president of the Jewish National Fund Council ot G'e^
Miami, Herman Medow, Mrs. Eva Blum and Mrs. Peter He"e'


Friday. October 20, 1967
* Anisf fkridHcnn
Jewish National Fund News
JoHvph Cmhem praise* dedlemtmd Jewish \alianal Fund workers and leade
Joseph Cohen
65 Years Of The
Jewish National Fund
By JOSEPH COHEN
This year the Jewish National
Fund is o.) years old. As it observes
its both year, tne Jewish national
Kund can proudly look bark to its
fantastic and miraculous exploits
wnun tijiisiorinea rata^ed ami
neglected lands
if Palestine into
cultivable fields
ind land covered
.Mth forests; land
whu-ii gives life
to its Inhabitants,
dignity to its
Aorki is and pride
to the Jews, the
B I .i i i of Israel
and tin- Jewish
people all ovei
the world
Oik ; the most
i s c i n a t i n g
exploits of the
fewish National
Fund, which captured ihe imagina-
tion hi the entire woi hi n.i the
draining of The Huleh Swamps in
he 1960'a which turned tin- area
from a malaria swamp Into a fer-
ule valley of G0.0OO dunimi 15.000
acres). addinR strength and lite to
the State of Israel
Other such exploits equally dai
big in imagination were the acqui
silion of the Emek Valley during
the *20s, which was transformed
from swamps and deserts to what
is now known as the "breadbasket
of Israel." Later, in the '30s. the
barren stretches of Zevulun. Ilefci.
Beit. She'an Ix-came the proud a>
quisition of the Jewish people
through purchase- made l>\ the Jew
ish National Fund. Then in the 4o>
the Jewish National Fund geared
its land-buying im>Ik-> to the N,
buying land from tin- Bedouin?
preparing villages spread out over
m o -1 parts oi British Mandated
Palestine. The It on rs for the
lewish si.ite as proposed by the
Unite i Nations in 1941 coi resp md
ed almost to JNF hold
in the w.ir ol i II eration, the
:hain of set
ii National Fund land served a:
of defense, and the savior
ra Jewish State Since the State
of Israel came into existence, the
achievements oi the Jewish Nation
a! Fund were multiplied to the e\
tent that 85 percent of Israel's set
Momenta are on Jewish National
Fund land. 65 percent of all Is
rael's rural population and 72 pcr-
cenl of all cultivated soil is on
Jewish National Fund land.
The major responsibilities of the
Jewish National Fund today are
not less important than ',". the past
The) are challenging in their scope
of land reclamation, afforestation,
establishment of frontier settle
menta, buildiny of roads and tr-e
absorption of the unemployed and
unskilled labor in Israel; and
strengthening the defense, security
and economy of Israel.
Seated left to right: Mrs. Max Hecht, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Mrs.
Ida Bookspan, Mrs Luba Margolin, Mrs. Miriam Woltman.
Standing left to right; Joseph Cohen, Pres. of Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami, Noah Krakower, Herman
Medow, Meyer S^egel, Max Hecht, Simon Tettenbaum, Abra-
ham Grunhut, V'ce-President of the Jewish National Fund
Council, Harry Rose Abrahfl m Fra dim. Sam Kogan, Morns
Yudewitz, Max Atfachiner and Peter Heller.
Grandson Peter Perkel pins
orchid rorsage on Minim
Press as she is named JNF
Woman of the Month tor
October
Miriam Press honored as JNF Woman of the Month tor
October." Mrs Miriam Press has been a valiant leader in the
ranks of Jewish National Fund Workers For many years she
has been a moving force in the growth of the Jewish National
Fund in Greater Miami. She was recently honored for her many
activities with a special bruncheon.
Seated left to right: Mr. Harry Perkel, Mrs. Miriam Press Mrs.
Sidney Kromsh. Mrs Peter Perkel. Standing 1st row Mr Harry
Herman, Mrs Harry Herman, Mrs Harry Perkell, Mrs Hyman
: ion, Mr Hyman Elgison Standing 2nd row Peter Perkell,
Mr. Sidney Kronish.
Luba Margolin, dedicated Jew-
ish National Fund friend and
worker.
Birds-Eye View of Guests Honoring Mrs. Miriam Press.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy,
dedicated friends and devoted
leaders of Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami.
Seated left to right: Mesdames Fay Tupler, Sam Silver, Shmuel
Fershko. Standing left to right: Andre Bialalenko, Noah Kra-
kower, Joseph Cohen, President of the Jewish National Fund
Greater Miami, Herman Medow, Abraham Grunhut, Vice-
President of the Jewish National Fund Council, Sam Silver and
Shmuel Fershko.
Seated left to right: Mesdames Herman Medow, Miriam Press,
Wolfe Shklair, Noah Krakower and Eva Blum.
Standing left to right Mrs. Samuel Sack, Sam Kogan, Mrs
Beulah Davis, Joseph Cohen, president of Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, Mrs. Miriam Fierst, secretary of
Jewish National Fund of America, Herman Medow, Bernard
Silver, Irving Cohen, Noah Krakower, Ezra Finegold, Meyer
Siegel.
rs
Report On My Recent
Visit To Israel
by: RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
"On our recent trip to Israel.
Rochel and I were so inspired by
the achievements of the Jewish
National Fund, that upon our re-
turn, we were
determined to
redouble, triple
and quadruple
our efforts on
behalf of the
Jewish National
Fund." reported
Rabbi Abramo-
a it/ to the Coun
Cll ol' 1 he .lew ish
National Fund oi
Greater Mis
at a meet in
the Fontaine
bleau Hotel. Rabbi Abramowiti
The reunion at the Wailing
Wall, standing there after the re-
l aeli toi i' s, eeping with
joj and happiness lived to
-ee this daj. is a thrill and expi
that no out can describe
or express adequately m words. To
know that the Jewish National Fund
has immeasurably contributed to
tin' recent victories of the heroic
days ol the war in June, is enough
ird for all tin efforts and hard
work one has put in in his associa-
ion with the Jewish National Fund
Proof of this close association has
been adequately expressed l>> dene
ral lazhak Rabin, in a recenl mes-
sage to Herman I. Weissman, Presi
dent ,,i the Jewish National fund
where he states as follow -
I he ties bet een Israel's De-
ft se \i iii> and the Jewish N.i
il Fund an' very close indeed
The achii vements of the Jewish
National Fund in opening roads i-
'he borders, and in i si
settlements and !, velopii
mtiers l..,\ e conti .!>ut
cd ontinue to con I
ich to si
securil the b irder
: itj asped ol hi ,:( !l\ ,
til-- dul mil end when Hie new
situation was created I ings
and best wishes to all those who,
h\ their work and then support, si
to n that thes,- important activities
are can led on and intensified." In
addition to its work of land re
clamation, afforestation, building
of roads etc. the Jewish National
Fund has now been requested by
the government to absorb thousands
of unskilled workers and young-
sters Over 10.000 >ounststers volun
tccred to help the State ot Israel
during the war in June When they
arrived, the war was over and
they were left very disappointed
1 Something had to be done, and
done in a hurry. To keep then
spirits high, their enthusiasm, ami
pioneering dedication, the Jewish
National Fund came to their aid. By
putting them to work on its mill
tiple projects on the frontiers The
.INF substituted labors of peace
, for the ravages and casualties oi
war
This impressed me BO much.
for if these 10.000 youngsters had
been completely demoralized, the
results would have been tragic
Upon my return I was determined
to brinn to the attention of Amen
can Jewry the magnificent role
that the Jewish National Fund has
played in the past, is playing today,
and will play in the future. It is
therefore vitally important that
everv Jew should double and re-
double his efforts to further the
growth and strength of Jewish
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Plans for the a
tion of Jewish Won
ie discussf II
to right) are: 1
.HZ, COCh
Federation of f<
Immediate ixist president.
Dr. Lehrman to Install New Uffleers
Of the Federation of Jewish Women
A tub ite ill be paid i
pi e. il Jew i h women's m
ganhtationi of Dade Count) at the
leration of Jewish Won
N oung Women Di nual
installatii n luncheon, to !* '
at the Eden Roc Hotel Tuesdaj at
BOOM
l>i Irving i.chirn.iri will in
tin- new officers of the Federa
ik.m ami its "> oung Worm n I"
\ ismn.
A muaicaJ, written and directed
by Trixie I \ In end presented bj
the I'llipic Emanu-EI players,wilJ
be a feature of the a:'
Mrs Edwin Oppenhein andMrs
Howard J Tnnz arc cochairmen
of the day and Mrs Florence Kup
perman is program chairman
The slate for Federation of Jew
jsh Women is heeded bj \ii- Sol
Goldstein, president; Mrs Milton
n. Mrs .lack KatznUM Mr-
Florence Kupperman, Mn Sidney
\1 Schwartz, Mrs Robert Shapiro,

den) Mi
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Mi Stanlej
Mrs
H i
Levitt, vice presi
den1 Mrs Lawrence Mai kman.
Richard Lilt, pai
Mrs I Joyd Ruskin,
inn: | tec < hail man.
ind Mrs Howard J Inn/ imme
past president
Fashions Featured
Al it)nitul ifftiir
N'cn* irs will be
pter, Astii
tion, on
the
is the
Auh memb i
lunchi
.1 member
'.id her '..ilk
lor the aft \ Mothei
10 ll.
\t
J^ar J\4itzalt
Brian Wayne
Saturday morning service- at
Temple Judea on Oct. 21. will in
dude the Bar Mitzvah of Brian
David, son of Mr and Mr- Then
lore R. Wayne. 8251 SU 108th St
Hnan is in the eighth grade .it
Palmetto Junior High. He is Inter
ested in electronics, belong! to the
science club and is active in foot
.>all and water sport -
The celebrant'a parents will host
he Kiddush in his honor Hen for
the occasion will be Mrs Helen
Metros of San Diego. Calif., the
jar Mitzvah'l grandmother
Roger Miller
Mitn 'li on Saturday, Ocl 21, al
Temple Emanu-EI
Ro i is an eighth grade student
a: it e Ransom School in Coconut
Grovi III plays the clarinet and
enjoys, horseback ridinfi
The cclebranl will be honored al
a Kiddush following the service in
S rkin Hall
Mr and Mrs Joseph Miller, and
Minna Planick, Roger's
grandparents, will attend the
event
frank Kronberg.
joys surfing and boatin
travel) I extensively.
Abner Weintraub
Abner Edward, son of Mr and
Mi William Weintraub, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah al Beth David
Congregation on Saturday, Oct 21,
Roger Alan, son of Mr and Mi Abner is a science student at
rednc Miller, will become Bar Miami Country Day School He en
A reception in Aimer's honor
will be held at the Westvien Coun
trj Club Saturdaj evening

Frank Kronberg
Frank Garj Kronberg. son of Mr
and Mrs. David Dorfman, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation on Friday, Oct. 20th,
the second day of Succot
Fiank is in the eighth grade al
Shenandoah Junior High and takes
Kent Bobbins Abner
i i ial interest in sketching
A Kiddush following the sendees
" ill be tendered by his parents, and
a reception in Frank's honor will
11 held at the Westbrooke Y.
Among guests ill be Mrs Nat H.
Hochman, Frank's grandmother.
Harvey Rosen
Harvey, sun of Mrs Bruche Ro
sen and the late Dr Robert Rosen,
will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Oct
21, at SI j Lake Synagogue in ad-
Weintraub Harvey Rosen
dition to chanting the Haftorah,
Harvey will conduct the entire
Shachria Service including the,
cial Hallel Service on the occasion
of the Succot Fi stival.
The celebrant attend- Sky Lake
Synagogue Hebrew School and
John F Kennedj Junior Hi |h He
pla) guitar and trun pel
Grandparents ol the Bar Mitz
vah are Mr. and Mi Joseph Katz
Also attending will bi
Ml and Mrs Maurice Ragosin, and
llyime Katz of London.

Kent Robbins
Kent Hanison. son of Mr and
Milton Bobbins. 1365 Mar
g lies Dr., will become a Bar Mitz-
vah al Temple Menorah Saturday
morning, Oct. 21.
; cid is a student of the re-
h m'i- school and is an eighth
|e student at Nautilus Junior
i b School His hobbies are sci-
i mi coin collecting and scouting.
\ Kiddush will follow services
a dinner reception in Kent's
or will be held on Sunday at
the Fontainebleau Hotel
Musical Artists Entertain
The Irms Shachet North Miami
h Chapter of Hope School met
to lunch and entertainment on
Monday. The program featured
Johnnie Powers, now appearing at
the Desert Inn. accompanied by
Morris Hubbard, pianist, of the
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Friday
::..! 196/
Earl of Balfour Honored Dinner Guest
Of Hebrew University American Friends
The annual dinner of the South er education and research. Mr
Ell Is a past president and taon
orary life president of Temple
Beth Sholom. member of the
White House Conference on Ref-
ugees, is on the national board of
directors and executive commit-
tee of the Jewish National Fund.
on the board of directors of the
I nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and on hoards of direc-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and I'nited Fund.
Florida Division. American Friends
of the Hebrew University, has
heen scheduled for Saturday. Oct.
28. at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Guest of honor at the affair will be
the Earl of Balfour.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, a found
er of the Harry S. Truman Inter-
national Centre for the Advance-
ment of Peace, will introduce the
F.arl of Balfour. who will be in
Florida for the 5Cth year celebra
lion of the Balfour Declaration.
With 1-ady Balfour. the earl has
heen a frequent visitor to Israel
and has a deep interest in the
Hebrew University on whose he
Mr. Meyer
Leon ill
he has spoki n throughout the
world He i- an i i > presi
"i \. i ,ih for Greal
Britain and a Idressed the House
of Lords on hi half "f Israel dur
ins the recent Si\-Day Wai
1 eon -I Ell, national chairman
of the academic sponsors of the
Hebrew Universitj of Jerusalem,
will be chairman of the dinner
Originator of a program designed
to insure maintenance support of
Israel's central institution of high
Membership Masquerade
The Flamingo Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital will hold a membership mas-
querade partj at the hospital on
Saturday, Ocl 28, beginning at
8 30 p.m Mrs John Leone and
Mrs Louis Benn< tl are cochaii men
of thr affi v VI Gi ss is
chapter president
Sponsors Premiere
To Purchase Books
Miami Beach Chapter. Brandeis
is sponsoring the Southeastern pre
miere of the motion picture
"Camelot" opening No* 7 at the
Lincoln Theatre
The gala event i- our was nf
narking the 20th anniversary ol
the founding of Brandeis Univer-
sity." according to Mrs Arthur
furkowitz, chapter president The
Women's Committee raises funds
i stock the universitj s librat
has almost completed hall it-
of one million volumes
Tickets are available through
M rs Morton Schwa rtz, \: i Har-
old Dorfman and Mrs Sam G
The $15 million film extrav-
aganza stars Richard Harris, \ an
essa Redgrave. Franco Nero and
David Hammings
( F Drive Past
HalfHa v Mark
More than half of the United
Fund campaign goal of S3.875.000
was reached this week, according
to figures submitted to the sec
ond report meeting
The amount raised to date totals
S2.229.254, which represents 57.5
percent of the goal t"i the Miami
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Mrs. Harry S. Warren, j rogram chairman; Mrs. Seymour
Silvermcm president; Mrs. Max Kesselman. chairman ot
lay Mrs. Syd Levy and Mrs. Philip Schlissel. refresh-
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I :ve the | :' n-
Ttrin (Celebration on (lhapier i genda
chairman, is in charge ol the meet
h winch will honor Mr and Mrs
v aham Seltzer on the occasion
o, theii 27th wed
snd his hirthdaj Mrs Seltzei is
chapti : president
Mrs Rose Jacobson will offer ,i
group of musical selections with
Mrs I'avui Lippman .it the piano
I h< next regular meeting of the
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Mrs William Beckwith, program
Champagne Lunch in Succah
Sisterhood of Temple Zunora
will resume monthly meetings with
:i champagne luncheon In the tcm
pie succah on Tuesday at 12:30
p.m Circle cochairman is Mrs M
Feidler, and Mrs Ann Goldberg
is in charge of reservations.
Unit President Host
Holiday Festivities
A Succot One' SI r.hat for mem-
bers of Sotrthgau Group ol Ha
dassah will be ho:; i.\ Mtl Mas
Cohen, president. :-. ri Mr Cohen
on Saturday at 1 i n the Ter-
race Room.
The afternoon v. include a
discussion of II: role In
Israel by Mrs Henr} Schwartz,
chairman, and ., lew of the
best seller. "A N;.:". oi Watch-
ing" by Elliott Arm .! pn sentcd
i>\ Morris Paris, lecturer
A musical program win be of-
fered with soloists, Mrs Henry
Kramer. Mrs. Ellas Le% and
Mrs, Rudy L'tal, and choru n
her-. Mr- H.n r\ MtelSOn, \||..
Jimmj Bloom. Mr- .lack
Mrs Frieda Barof Mrs Mi
l.effler and Mrs Jai it
The affair will In ipe
the singing of Hatikvah
National Anthem b> Mr
Reinwald with Mrs Le<
haus at the i
Mrs Frank Knoblov
chat ge of hosp!talit> ..
Ida Glickson of table dei i
Vigfef Club Affair
Entertainment, dancing
hestra will be featun
annual night club iffalr .it
illon Hotel on Suturda)
sponsored bj thi Blab>i
temple Beth To* v hairm
event i- Mrs Jack Bolner
Israel Budget Again
About $2 Billion
JERUSALEM fJTAl Israel-
it ..t its first post-holiday
meeting this week discussed nexl
year's budget, and it was reported
thai the government's fiscal situ
ation will still call for a total sum.
unchanged from the last bud
of aboul $2 billion It was believed
that the plans are to reduce di
taxes somewhat nexl year, bul
mpose a special levj on in
i .mi' taxes to pro* ide fund- need
'I here w ill also special in-
centives to investors and to new
immigrants The new immigrants
may have their income taxes re
duced by being exempted from
any tax payments for the lir-t
$900 earned each month Financial
circles here forecast pick-up in
economic activity as compared
with the last year's economic
slowdown.
The Cabinet al-o discussed the M
cunty situation, noting the in-
creasing incursions by saboteurs
who cross into Israel from Jordan,
using commando tactics and then
escape hack to Jordan across the
Jordan River Such tactics, it was
noted, are employed by the sabo-
teurs especially in the Israeli re-
gions near northern Jordan, where
Iraqi military contingents are still
stationed
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O-tober 20, 1967
*Jknist fhu idfm


. ^About f^coplc and f^laccs .
4TEEN DAYS FURLOUGH
Kor Wasman, Mm of Dr and Mra Staniej
nan had an 18-day furlough before he had
t-porl a1 Travers An- Force Base in San Fran-
So many things happened m thai short
First came his wedding' He was married
oldie, daughter <>f Mr and Mrs Daniel
del at the Diplomat Country Obu.
was lovely wedding ail m shades of au-
i color- with sold predominating. The- si\
trs and bridesmaids formed a beautiful set-
forGoldie looking exact 1> like a bride under
hupah.
was i charming service since Dr. Irvine
r man had confirmed 'he bride I always feel
:ied all over again when I listen to Rabbi
nan perform the marriage ritual
he little flower girls, daughters of Mi and
Sidne; Steinberg and Dr ami Mis Joseph
(k Jan and .loan. forgOl to drop tin- rose
his down the aisle during the wedding inarch
thej managed t" iprinkle I hem on the dame
l.'llei
mong the guests including the famil) were
)! ..nd Mrs Milton Waaman, Mr and Mis Man
loscloff, \ii and Mis Benjamin Meyers, Mrs
am Koh l y, Mr and Mrs Joel Meyeis. l)i
David Rotbenberg. Mi and Mis Norman
v. and Mrs Alex Vongerman, Dr. and
Solomon Kami. Dr and Mis Lewish Glueck
Mr and Mrs Manuel Luck, Mr and Mis
! Morris Mr and Mrs Marvin Brown and
lack Fineberg Mn Ada Pullman, aunt of
bride flew in from New York with hci son
Ph
exl came the honeymoon The bride had jusl
. mated from Gainesville as a muse and in
s to work while Roger is in the Air Force
'he needs her car They drove to California
R >ger*S car pulling Goldies car piled with the
liny presents. They really don't have much
to do after (hey arrive, find an apartment and
unpack ih,. ,ais Maybe Roger will rtrm *rm to
upon for duty, ton
THE WAY THINGS START
Ruth and Walter I-alk started the New Near
by having a kiddtish luncheon alter Temple on
Thursday. All of the traditional dishes were
served Ituth and Walter enjoyed so much having
their friends in to \\:.h them a Hnppv New Year
that they have decided to do the same thinj-
every year.
Among the quests were Mr. and Mrs Arthur
Rosichan, Mr. and Mrs Stanley Stieler. Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Uun Fisher.
Mr and Mrs Norton Pallot. Dr and Mrs. Stanley
Margoshes, Stanley Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Kat/cn rhe Falks house is in shades ol blue
Tho( dried blue flowers arc still from .Iocs bar-
Fitzvah last Ma) Thej were recognized
CRA 2 Z ZY PEOPLE
Who no,.- to the football game in the rain"
Lot- and lots of people all savin- to each other.
"Mow can you he so craz-Z-Z-y?" So ail these
people went to sec the Hurricanes he;,: Tulane
;""i the lam didn't mattci Susan and Mark Rubin
wen Ihere and (ins Feuer, Dr. Irving Cordon and
Nathaniel and Mildred Klein Skip Feiner 'the
Sports Broadcaster) was then- with his dad ami
mother. Raymond and l.il Feiner When the rams
came thej went up under the overhang but Skip
wouldn't move The red ol his umbrella handle
'an., off on his new sh'rl Little Ruthie Robbins
ai in the rain lor a hit while hei meat big
husband Dr Alex went inside to drink toffee and
get out oi the ram Del and Raymond Rub'n .mi
Mollic and Hill Altman and Florence and Ralph
Hollander were up under the overhang They
bragged that they didn't get a hit wet Then why
does Del have a son' throat'
Prances Lehman
Mrs. Carrie Rosen To
Head III Ladies Unit
M I aVrie Rosen will he in
tailed a- president ol Greatei
Miami Women's Division, Ameri
can Friends o, the Hebrew Uni-
Versity, 81 a luncheon to he held
at the Starlight Roof. Doral Beach
Hotel, at 12 noon. Oct. 30. In-
stalling officer and speaker at
the event will Ik- Dr Joseph R
N.-irot. spiritual leader of Temple
Israel of Miami.
Mr* Rosen is a Founder of the
Hebrew University and a Sponsor
of the Harry S Truman Interna-
tional Center for the Advancement
of Peace She is a past president
of llei/i Group, Hadassah in Mi-
ami, lust Mellah Mother at Wom-
en's American OKI', (oral Gables,
Woman ol Valor and silver Trus-
tee of Bonds for Israel, contribu-
tor of one o the Chagall windows
at the Hebrew I Diversity Hadas-
sail Medical Center, founder of
the Jewish Home lor the Aged of
Greater Miami and a hoard mem-
ber oi Cedars of Lebanon Hospi Mis Ruth Johnson Ber;
tal Women's Division.
MRS. CARRIf ROSEN
Platofi, Miriam Puss. Arthur Wi
narick, vice presidents; Emma
Rattner, recording secretary; 'is
car Hecker, social secretary; and
ler, par
liamentai iai
Lecture Series Resumes Tuesday
tiist hosts foi the series.
r,
oi-monthly lecture series of
Perel Workmen's Circle
resumes on Tuesday. 8
it 1MB SW 3rd St Ben
- school hoard chairman.
x Gleiberman, director of the
will be the first speaker
series Mr and Mrs Louil
I f Miami Beach will be the
W& W got thA
Mi Gleiberman will give his ob
lervations of Israel, which he vis
ited with Mrs (ileiberman follow-
ing the Six Day War He will also
lead the group in a COmmuiUt)
sin;; of Jewish folk songs
The local I I. Pereu Work
men s ( irele SchooU, in opera
lion for 23 consecutive yeass, teach-
es children, ages to \2 years,
the Yiddish language, historj and
iolk-lon
School No I is held at IMS SW
Mis Rosen came to Miami in
193d from Brooklyn New York,
where she was a leader in Jewish
and communal affa i -
Other officers to be installed at
the Oct 30 luncheon include the
Mesdames Louis Glasser, Jennie
Grossinger, Samuel Simonhoff,
Philip F. Thau, honorary presi-
dents; ( harles Charcowtky, Lillian
Goodman, Trudj Hamerschlag,
Leon Kronish, Anna Brenner
Meyers, lack s Popick, Oida C.
Rubin, Max Weit/. president's
cabinet; Ernest Abramson, Ben
Arnold. Dorothy Kricgcr Fink.
Abram Fox. Rose Hochatim, .'a
Thespian Troupe 391 of Miami CQh katzman. Ida R. Lear. Harry
Beach Senior Hi^h School will pre-
sent the three act comedy "George
Washington Slept Here Oct. 27
and 28 Curtain
Israeli Hi Troupe
In 3-Aet domedv
i- at H 13 p in
Leading roles will l>e earned
by Bud Abramowitz, Leslie Brill,
Cathy Barmack and Bruce Marks;
supporting roles by Robert Gra
ham. Daryl Siegel, Allvn Born-
Mem William Rogers and Rohm
St School No 2 at the YM Hughes Comed) roles arc earned
YWHA, 8.-HX) SW 8th SI Both are
affiliated with the Bureau ol Jew-
ish Education.
Sisterhood Succah Tea
Jacob C Cohen Cominunlt) Syn
-ue Sisterhood will open the
by Deborah Wilson. Tom Glaser,
Robert Morton. Barry Mankes,
Su/v Armstrong, Rochelle Baker.
and Darnell YounS
tcrs
H. H MARCUSE
Foc"' Bee o,rector
LOUIS WITKIN
Ma.irr d'Holel
. "" JE 1-6061
OCIANH.ONT. (o 26ih $r$
MIAMI BEACH
Jaj W Jensen i- directing, with
Linda Lew as student director
Settings are by Ron Raymond
Tickets may he obtained at the
Mrs Tibor II Stern will be host, box office the night of the per
and in charge of arrangements are fomuuice.
Mis Leon Gottlieb, Mrs Joseph
seasons activities with a tea on
Monday. 130 p.m., in the Sucoah.
BB Drive Will Aid
Hurricane Victims
B'nai B'rith District 7 has estab
iished a rehabilitation fund to
aid persons in the South Texas
area left homeless last month b)
Hurricane Beulah
Sidnej Borschow of El Paso.
District 7 president, announced an
intensive telephone and mail cam
paign among the 10.000 B'nai B'rith
members in the area for cash, hulk
lood, clothing and bedding A
S 1,000 contribution has been sent
from BB International headquar
lers in Washington, D.C. by Dr
William A Wcxlcr. president
The drive is being coordinated
by AI C. Schlosser ol Houston, i
vice president of District 7.
Hepner, Mrs Altbea
and Mrs Alfred I.ieber.
Gerstein
curst speaker for the afternoon
will be Rabbi Tibor II stern who
will offer comments on his recent
trip to Israel, and Cantor Meyer
Fuel will present musical selec-
tions
Sisterhood president is Mrs Dor
Dthv Dlatt,

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Friday C
<~Irancea JUJtman
We
the
Women
kuStBlLLt
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Rosebelle tMrs. Burnett) Roth is a real Flond.an but
a Palm Beach one. Her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Scher .
5v3 5 Palm Beach where Rosebelle when to schoolShe
w a serious child who read everything she could get her
hands on. Once when she had to
stay home from school with a
cold, her mother went to the li-
brary for reading material and
couldn't find a tingle book that she
hadn't already read she st.11 is an
avid reader. She attended Florida
State College, majoring in social
science. After graduation, she
took exams for State Teacheri
Certification and taught for seven
years. But she was always eager-
ly reaching out for more knowl-
edge.. She went to the New School
for Social Research in New York
and Columbia University and did
graduate work at the University
of Miami
She and husband Burnett Roth have three teen age
children. Paula. Carla and Sam. Burny. who has been and
is a very active member of the Miami community, sets and
keeps up a pace that no one can keep up with, according to
h s wife They make sure that their children are socially
aware of the world they live in When the clubIr.i wei
small. Rosebelle was active in PTA and the I aMNattOM.
since she had done graduate work in that field. She is the
kind of mother who is home when the children come in that
front door. .u i.;
Three years a--'o a chance remark set her thinking
In a seventh grade loading class in a Negro schoolI most of
the children were at the third grade level, she heard It
bothered her. Why couldn't they read'' \\ here were the
mistakes" First of all. she found the book/ they were read-
n i were couched within a frameork that meant nothing to
. them. They had no concept of the things, places or people
who were involved in the stories With a mother's love an.I
the basic principle that all children deserve the best. R
belle set out to lio something that should have beel
long ago she wrote a t>ook especial!) tor Ihem "Negro
Heroes show The Way" has a bright oranj it tells
the stone- ol Negro leadi person
riving definitii ns ol hard word.- and thi hi torical md
graphical nd After hours ol resean h
vai worked over al leasl I times then the) were tried
out in class while Rosel itched the children' I
getting their rea< lions
i itself is fa* nal i and Ihe change i ; impact thai
it is making on the children is Ureadj
are requests from all over the L'nited state- for conies It is
easj to understand whj I found it difficult to gel on an)
other subject but the bo .k. dui with Rose-
belle. Dedicated "To m) husband. Burnett Roth whose i >n
stant encouragement made this book possible," the book
which I wish all ow you could read lives me a warm feel-
ing of security If a housewife in these times when the
world is in such a turmoil, can care enough to do what
she feels needs to be done, the world isn't all bad.
The Roths, who observe all the holidays, do most of
their entertaining on Friday night, when thi I Sab
bath dinner They have a fine stereo library, and the) all
like to go to the symphony together

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Janet Seltimrtz
To Be June Bride
Of Monroe Kaplan
Dr. and Mrs. Mortimer E.
Schwartz of South River. N .1 an-
nounce the engagement of t he i r
daughter Janet Sue. to Monroe
Kaplan, son of Mr and Mrs. David
Kaplan, 4715 Orduna Dr.. Coral
Gables.
Both are student- at the I'ruver-
ait} of Miami. Miss Schwartz grad-
uated from South River High
School and her fiance attended
Coral Cables High and Holies Pre-
paratory School in Jacksonville He
is presently associated with a
men's shop on Lincoln Rd.
The couple is planning a June
wedding.
Keley Yolner And
Mi and Mrs Kel.-ey Yolner of
Delhi, N Y announce the ei
merit of their daughter. Kelcy. to
Dr. Richard Lee Roth, son ol I"
and Mrs Edward Roth of Miami
ach
\ olner graduated from the
I .. ersit) il Rhode Maud in 1964
: a''.-il.led the graduate faculty
of art history at Columbia Univer
sit) She i- presentl) a candidate
'. in art his-
MISS OLIVIA HAHAH
tVa Wedding Timer9
FLOWERS
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MISS GlADfS MAMVSKf
Dr. Roth Engaged
tory at Hunter College. She is di
rector of job placement of the
National Student Association and
has al* served as dlrectoi 1
their Paris office
Di R >th attended Tulane I':.
\ei sity and gradi Soith-
L'niversit) Medici
Hi' i- interning at 1 enox
pttal York
Th>- wedding Is pi
Jan M
January piuptiah
For Olivia Knphin
And Jeffrey Utdlet
Mr. and Mrs. David Ka|
Orduna Dr.. Coral Ga
nour.ee th' engagement
daughter, Olivia, toJellrej
hai.et. son of Mr. and Mrs li
liai.et Of Roslvn. LL, N.\
The bride elect grad
Coral Gables Senior High
She wa- a member of I a
Omega, social sororu> \a
tional Honor Societ> She attended
Fa.rleigh Dlckinaon Univers.it) in
N.u Jersey and the University of
M am She is presentl)
Mm mi Beach Federal Sai
i.. an Aaan.
The future bridegroon
ing the Iniveisity ol M i
The couple is planning
redding.
Also being announce I
,S the engagement of M Kap
lan'S brother. Monroe to
.:,,,. hter "f Dr. and Mn
E, Schwarta of New Jei
Gladys Maluish\
Will lie Married
hi Summer 1968
Rabbi and Mrs Morton Malavsk
1029 Washington St Holl)* 0
Kla have announced the engaiM
metit and future marriage
daughter, Gladys 6 to SCei.......
Vzula) The bridegroom '
the son of Rabbi and Mrs
A/ulav. '.UW8 Prairie AVe
An August Wedding i<
for the betrothed couple
\ m a sophomore at t)
vers.tv of Miami where >
jjoring in mathematics, th- i J
elect i f n) High School
He. fiamVe receive I
gree from tlu- I nlvei rif"j
,n 1967 and. is now working
wards a masters degree in pi
ology In the t M QraduetjSch
il, is .i member of Mpna Ep
Pi Fraternirj u ; of
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icy. October 20, 1967
*Jenisr fkriidHcin
Page 13-B
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske Ccchairmen
OffMt. Sinai Hospital Jubilee Ball
:
A
:
: '
I Seidel, Max M .
I ] Meyer A. Bask
I .-; Miss Esther (ioc
I Goodman- Mes-
seph Duntov. ]
md
ling, lo be
Nov. iy
VOrsary : Louis b :.-
. x utive dii and
I era.
len's American ORT To Elect Officers
["he Wednesday xvervns meeting president: Paul Taylor. 1/zy Karp.
Men'l American ORT. to be Max Po'.ikoff, vice presidents;
at Chase Federal on Arthur Abner Levison. Morris Teller, sec-
Ifrey Rd.. will include the elec- retaries; Julius Letting, treasurer:
of officers. Abe Kutash. chaplain.
Sitting on the board of direc
tors are: Sander Graubard. Jo-
seph Kuluva, Herman Howard.
Daniel Ncal Heller, Bernard I.if
ton. George Linden. Barnett lias-
kin, Sidney Raymond. Harry A.
Rosenblatt. Max J. Sacks.
Serving as chairmen are: Ira
Weiner. program; Harry A. Rosen
blatt. education: Izzy Karp. mem
bership: Morris Teller, telephone;
Max Polikoff, visitation; Jack Mar
golus. advertising: Harry A. Ros
enblatt, bulletin editor.
Hosts for the evening will be
Mr. and Vfrs. toy Karp in honor
if her birthday.
Jate is headed by Ira Weiner,
*t Forgeries Is
ibjeet of Talk
forgeries in the Art World To-
vull be the subject of a talk
kday evening before the Arts
kip, meeting at 3475 Royal Palm
Uest speaker will be Boris D.
associate professor of art
Ihc University of Miami, and
ktor of the Lowe Gallery.
cssion will also include a show-
[of recent art works by mem-
of the group. Mrs. Herman
pgdish is president.
LAST VOYAGE
FOR SHALOM
NEW YORK (JTAi The
25.300-ton S.S. Shalom, once
pride of Israel's merchant
marine, bid a sad farewell to
the Port of New York when
she sailed from here without
passengers, on her last voy-
age under the Israel flaa. The
$20 million luxury liner, built
for the Zim Lines in 1964.
was sold earlier this year to
the German Atlantic Line of
Hamburg, which reportedly
paid Slfi million for her.
Seniors Afternoon Meetfng
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
has scheduled a 1:30 p.m. meeting
for Monday at Washington Fed
eral, 1234 Washington Ave.
pre*

Pom
n of the
' tal > lo be held al the
Fontaii ebleau Hotel < n Dec 16
Theme and decor of the gala
will be '0 tal Fantasy," and
ic for the evening will ho pro
'. Ided bj Peter Duchin and h
chestra
Honorary eochairmen for the ;ii
fair w I] be Mi and Mi- I
l.ou. nstcil i to Baron
de lln sch Meyt r, pr< sidenl of th
' tj ,
who will $ei .
'i\- of the ball an
V. Herbert I es, Mr. and Mrs
Pollock imin G Kl ne
Mi- and Mrs Edward I. Co\
Mr and Mrs. Ma> \ I
and Mrs Joseph M Rose, Mr. and
Mrs S .1 Heiman, Dr. and Mi -
Stanley Frehling, Mrs. Yale N Lev
inson, Mrs Herbert Kern, Mrs
Martin Kurzweil, Mr. and ..
Leonard A. Wein. Mr. and Mrs
Carl Weinkle. Dr. and Mrs. Sher-
man R. Kaplan, Dr and Mrs. Rich-
ard E. Deuteh and Dr. and Mrs
Arthur M. Greene.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Mitchell Lewis,
Mrs. Marvin Silvers. Mr. and Mrs.
I Max Orovitz. Morris N. Broad. Mr.
AtS. AND MRS PAULfASkt
and Mrs Martin I. Sandier,
h Kaplan, Mr and Mrs.
I r, Mr ;md
... Lip on, Mr anil
h Me) or. Mi s
nb( Mrs Allan A.
l.< I Rat >\ I>r and
i h n. lo and Mrs.
Lib .u Mr and Mrs .1
I, Mrs Samord Levine
>amuel Gertner.
Mrs
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Mrs
\li-
lieii
Foss
Mrs
Alex
Allen
a no
United Nations Month Noted
Next regular meeting of B'nai
B'rith Harmony Chapter is slated
for Tuesday evening at Chase
Federal. 41st St. on Miami Beach
Guest speaker. Abraham Grunhut.
will slant his talk to observance of
United Nations month.
>.:30.
l-Hatter Party
>rah Chapter, B'nai B'rith
has slated a mad-hatter
party for Tuesday, Oct. 31.
p m at Southgate Apart-
Mrs. Bertha Waskoff is
president.
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Friday. October 20 l%7
Sol Raskin, Zionist
Is Dead At Age 74
Sol Rashin. of 445 15th St.. Miami
Beach, who mi .1 national repre
tentative of the Rdigioues Zionists
ot America, died
Oct. 14 at the >g<
af 74.
Mr R ashi n.
who came to Mi-
ami from New
Urge More Authority
For Israel's Karaites

JERUSALEM (JCNS) Uaels
Karaite religious authorities should
be authorfeed to perform mar
riages and granl divorces among
members of their own community.
ami ii.ini ... mi"' ,,,,,1
York six years says a public committees report
ago. w.i, a mem published here.
her of Mi/raeh. ^ eommittee. wh08e chairman
-ob!' ("' was the deputy president of the
mun.ty Syn- g me Cmll.t Justice Silberg.
agogue appointed hy the Minister loi
* ,s, s"? 'M Religious Affairs, when It came to
by two daughters. ^J |ha) )he K.11..litl, ,,.,,.,,<
courts had no authorization in law.
and that all the marriages and di
voices it had granted over the past
dozen years, were invalid.
Sol Rashin
Mrs L.llian Malta of Miami, and
Mrs Shirley Kaplan ol New \ork:
a son. Harold, of Austin, lex.
and 11 grandchildren.
Services were held Oct 15 in
Lakeside Memorial Park with Riv-
erside Alton Kd Chapel in charge
of arrangements
Deaths In
Greater Miami

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WE.NBERG. life* II
M li.o Hart, .r IV

Tha eommittee was unanimous
in expressing the opinion thet the
Karaites, whose ancestors broke
away from rabbinic Judaism in
the eighth century, are Jews, and
firmly rejected the demand of
some of the Karaite witnesses
who appeared before it that the
Karaites should be recognized as
a separate religious community,
like Pru.e. Moslems, Catholics
and Protestants.
But the committee also n jected
the other extreme, of ignoring the
Bites as a separate relie'ous en-
tit) and making them subject to
the Rabbinical courts like other
tews, because the laws ol personal
status of the two communities are
,0 different
The Karaites, for example, forbid
marriages between uncle, and
nieces, or between a man and his
sister-in-law, while the rabbis per
mit them Nor do the Karaites ac
Cept prosel>Ic.
Although Justice Silberg dis
missed the possibility "f the Ks
raite community, which he'eati
mated .11 about 8.ohi. disappearing
personal status would be undei
the jurisdiction of civil courts. A
Karaite couple would be permit-
ted intake their affairs to a
rabbinical court if they wished.
The proposed law would validate
retroactivelj all marriages and dis-
solutions performed hy the Karaite
courts in Israel, hut the suggestion
was made that the law shOUW DC
Mlid for only four years SO that
the entire question could be len
pen
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LEGAL NOTICE
[ ICfi BY Pi BLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.ORIOA IN AND FOR BADE
lOUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 6715116
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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KOHKUT l.ii; Hic.lin.VVT.U.
r. hy notified thai :> Kill nl Om-
foT Dlvoree baa been filed
|i ynu. And you art1 n .iuir. ,i to
, ttae' Rill of Complaint on the
liff's attorney, .\INKI.BB It
JlK. 2.11R 8W l.e.l,uiir Road.
|c,at*v. Florin, ttfii ami file the
nl Answer or deadline In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
nil i r.l'.r, Iy07 If > oU fall to do BO,
nenti iiy default iii to- takiu
t y*u for th* relief demanded
Kill of Complaint
notice shall te ptihliiihrd pane
I t for four r*i s, ,-oiiw i i-ki.
IB JKW ISM Ft.oRIOlAN .
>NK ANH OKjrKRF.li at Miami,
Ida. thl- Si day of Sept. A.D.
|E R liHTHKHMAV. 'LrK.
iuit CouTi..T.rt County. Florida
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[the county judge's court
In and for daoe county.
TLORIDA
IN PROBATE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 67-15307
NOTICE OF SUIT
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No 0" 153T4
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IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74?95.B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 764^0
IV H BSTATBof
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Credftora and All Pi reoi Hav-
ina; i". .m~ 01 Demanda Acainal Bald
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Yi ii ..n- h-rby notlfii-d and required
lo pri ni ny claimaj and demanda
\.Mih >nu may hn\.* ajTBlnal Ihl
tala of ANNA SAKAII HAltltH'K de- I or IntarMt in or t.i the property
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Nr 67-15740
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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Helen T Brooard, and aajalnat
all oifiar pemonn h.t\-in#r or
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CE 18 UERHBV OIVBN thai
.isifcn.-d. dealrinc lo rnir:.*,- |n
under I! (Irtlllou* nitiiio of
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Miami, i" rlria imetui t.- re-
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FLO1'
No. 67-8'?l Nathan
TICE BY P. B-.sATiON
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| to the County JuiiKt-H of Dade County,
and file tim nMM In tbelr offlcaa In
ihe County Cotirthoui*e in Dada County*
Florida, within eight ealandnr munih-
from Uie date of th>- flrai puh!i.-at:
Iiereof. or the unm will hi' harr. i
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SAMt'BLB I'KAKI.MAN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIOfl IS Ill.itKlis OIVKN tl '
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unknou'ii spouaen. if re*
marrli-.l. and if dead, thi-n
unknown spounen, if remarried;
all unknowd helrH. deviaaea,
Itranleea, aaalarnaaR, lienor..
redlfbra, truateee. nr
otherwise rlaiminu by. throueh
under or as-Unnt the Said
Heii n Brooard. a/k a
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all other pernon*. havlnaj
or claiming to have any
riant, title or Inlerent. in or
to thi pr pert) herein
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICA-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 67-raei I V.inm
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Itrooklyu, Nea York
You. MAKLA UENDEZ, are hereby
'.....'led thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce hat been filed aamjnrt you,
and you are required lo sen......ny
of sour Answer or Pleadinj lo lha
Itill of Complaint on Ihe I'l.i i nl il fs
attorney, HAUL T. VON ZAMiT, mz
' HH..1 Hank l!ldK Miami. Florida
S3131 and file the original Annwer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
ihe Circuit (Viurt on or before the
l.tn day of November, ir;7 If you
fall to do so. JudRineni by default svlll
he taken axainxl ynu for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
This notlie shall he published OWN
each week for four i-onseiutlve weeks
In THB ,IK\VISH FI/iKIIUAN.
v, !?'' },NU '"'"Ki.-n at Miami.
Florida .this 4 day of October AD
F. R. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk
< Ircult Court. Dade County. Florida
B) K M I.Y.MAN
Deputy Clerk
II ircult Court Seal i
SAIL T VON ZAMFT
I SI] Capital Hank Hldr.
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney tor Plaintiff
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVB-V that
the undersigned, desiring to engage.
in lu-iiost. under the firtitioua name
Of IHSTRIBCirxiltA AI.KX at 740
S.W th Street. Miami intendn to
regiMer said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
BBBNABDOA. P.A1.POR,
Sole Owner
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY Fi riRiDA
No. 67-15550
. ,,.NOT|CE BY PUBLICATION
rOMN RICHARD DYERS
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F1 EVFMTH .11'D'CIAI r'Of, ,T
OF F1 noinA IN AND mn "aqe
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 67-14882
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M.SI.K S IT INK UROTSKY,
Plaintiff
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SAM si sii iv RBI ITSKY,
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TO: SASI SIMON UROTSKY
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Vou SAM SfMON C.ROTSKY, are
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRC. IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DATE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- IS6M
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Friday, October 2U. iat>7
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FOOD FAIR'S SALE of Top U.S. Choice
WESTERN BEEF
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., OCT. 21
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICK'S STORES
Excluding Kosher Market*
U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED AND GRADED
lUSDAf
129
Jusoa?
1295)
(usda7
[choice)
JUSDA?
(ogcE)
JUSOA?
(CHOjCEj
fuSOAl
(choice)
tlJSOAl
(2SKL
5uS0A(
(CH0CE;
CHUCK STEAKS 59
SIRLOIN STEAKS 19
PORTERHOUSE -war. u 1
RIB STEAKS SHORT CUT WELL TRIMMED. .. LB W
TOP ROUND BO"oErlERSoSASsTT%AKS 109
DELMONICO STEAKS 159
CALIFORNIA ROAST
CROSSRIB ROASTS
LEAN GROUND BEEF freshly made 3pkg l39
FOOD
FAIR
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
THE HOLIDAYS ARE COMING!
VAIIP THRU SAT., OCT. niBtla.
mm Q( -ifl^a.
^ ?w 100 Merchants '3SR
%M^MC I "' 'OURVJ ORDER OR -ORE 4 TNISCOUPoT
~ J 7* 200 Merchants ifiS
( 'TH TOUR SIOOC ORDER OR-ORE 4 TH.S COUPON
J 7tee 3OO Merchants C,"N
BONUS SPECIAL
FARMER GRAY-GRADE 'A'-GA.-FLA.
SOUTHERN COMBINATION
KIMLiJ
FRESH
NEVER
FROZEN
PACKAGE
FRESH
ICED
ISHCIUIV SELECTED RIASTI-TMICMS-0RUWT1CW
rO THIT OCltCIOUS SOUTMMH FRIED CHICKEM
FOOD FAIR CREAMED
SAVE 28< ON 2 CUPS
1-LB.
........CUP
UNIT 2 CUPS, PLEASE, NITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE
.TH rOUR SIS 00 ORDER OR -ORE INm COwS! $
LI-IT OHE COUPON PER CUSTOMER PLEASE
FILLETS of
FLOUNDER
Quantity
RioSls
R...r.d
FRESH
CUT
89
lb
MORTON'S FROZEN
MEAT PIES
BEEF CHICKEN-TURKEY
8-OZ
PKG.
19c
SAVE 12<0N 3 PACKAGES
SAVE UP TO 26<-FYNE TASTE
COFFEE
ALL PURPOSE
l-LB. CAN
Food Fair Coffee V-liT.? 39^
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND,PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS.SI OR MORE
SAVE UP TO 60<-99< VALUE
ULTRA BRITE
TOOTHPASTE 5ES&S
LIMIT ONE TUBE. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS (
TOP QUALITY CRUNCHY
Tbkoui Gitape*
SNO-WHITE GARDEN FRESH
Mushrooms 69
TOP QUALITY BOSC
PGOrS BARTLETT LbA#
GARDEN FRESH YOUNG TENDER
Beans 2 39
SAVE 52< ON 2 SIX PACKS!
REGAL
APPETIZER DEPARTMENT
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICF -JJNTtK
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARt 4.ICM
TO YOUR ORDER TO INSURE FRESMNtSS.
SAVE 40 LB.-PRESHL Y
Smoked Lox.
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59
*tfiUji BONUS SPICIAL
KOSHER STYLE-SLICED
ROUMANIAN
PASTRAMI
SAVE
SIC LB