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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 10, 1967

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 10, 1967

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02023

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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Golda Meir To Address
Beth Sholom Dinner
Report Lists
Desecrations
Mr*. Qoldj\. "*"
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i special suest of
honor at the Temple Beth Sho:
td Dinner of Sale. Thurs.ay
I -ening at be Doral Beacta Hotel.
bhm announced by Rabbi Leon
Kroaiso. sptr.:ua! leader of the
?Je and chairman of the Great-
liami Israel Bond Or?anuation.
It wiN ha at Hits RcuiHi that
tt> lr**4 Fnadam Award wrll
b* can*a*rad upon Mr. and Mr*.
NUi YlaitT for tnair service to
IunL
Members of the Committee of
r> for the i-.naer were guests
a; a special One; Shabba: follow-
Fr.dav e\er.i.-.; ser\:ce* a:
Tempie Beth Sboioin MM Friday
-.: Mr and Mr* Jonas J Brot
-.an served as chairrr.er. o:
C ammittee of Hosts
A ^requenr ,---
i through the years. Mrs Me::
--as last here c.
War era -"- *d-
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jnc eifor. :.-. S;:.
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&oada Mar Ka b Israel's motl ataquafrt^T3 **
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in the international r*n*.
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Friday. November 10, 1967
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Pan'- 3 *
I. E. F. Event To Honor Rosen
Leonard Rosen, active leader of
he Miami Jewish community, "ill
be truest of honor at a dinner Tuev
day veiling in tribute to his ef-
fort* M mineral chairman of the
1967 Emergency Fund drive of the i
United JewJeh Appeal (or Greatei
Miami which raised IB unpicie
dented total of more than S3.
100,00). nearly all ol it within a
tingle month.
The dinner will also honor Other
top leaders of the drive who will
be presented with recognition rib
bons as Defenders of Israel
Gueat speaker at the dinner will
oo Israel Ambassador Aviaham
llarman who, along with Leon Kap
Ian. president ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will present to
Mr Rosen the Lemon of Leader
ship, the highest award of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Jewish Appeal.
Since moving here from Haiti
more, where he was an ardent sup-
porter of numerous Jewish and
non-sectarian institutions. Mr Ro-
sen has assumed leadership in al-
most ever) major community wide
effort ol organised Jewry here
ish Appeal, central fund-raising
igency <>i the eommunit)
He has acted .'is chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for
suite ol Israel Bonds and led it to
ecord-settine achievements each
wear he served.
Party Benefits Torah Fund
The Tuesdaj evening card party
sponsored by the llallanilale Jew
sh (enter Sisterhood will be held
Services Feature
Student Ceremony
During Friday evening services
icted by Rabbi Ralph Y i si
i, mpte Tifereth Israel, stu
. in the iii --1 grade of the
temple i Hi been school will be con
ted and present .i skit en
I be Sabbath "
Students participating in the
eremony sre Jayce Faber, Phyllis
Faber, Paye Ifsbin, Harriet iki-i,
Terry Ikenson, Gar) Kessler,
Lori Kline. Howard Kuflik. Lester
Luck, Davul West berry, Caryn
leer, Marim Zucker, Mark
liter and David Scha< ter
v -'i taking part in the i
be w E Schachter, temple
..lent, and Mrs Marshall Zuck-
. lidenl "t remple Tiler eth

LtONARO KOStH
He is president ol Temple Me
DOrah in Miami Heach. and to
gether with Rabbi Mayer Abramo
wit/ has played a key role in the
congregation's stead) growth.
As chairman of the board of di
rectors ol the Hebrew Academ)
Mr Rosen has worked side b) lide
with Rabbi Alexander Gross in so
lufifying the school's financial
structure.
Mr Rosen has been s member
executive committee
boai ernors ol the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for man)
years, and has i arried out lop level
assignments In the Combined Jew
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Archeology To Be
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Dr G. Ernest Wright of Har
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the guest lecturer Sunday. 10 am.,
at the Green held Adult Institute
of Temple Israel of (neater Miami
Dr Wright iii speak on "Tvoes
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Ordained as ;i Presbyterian min-
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has man) honks io his credit, in
eluding "The Challenge ol Israels
Faith.'' The Old Testament
Againsl its Environment." and
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under Staiir. who we r.ow jaicw was ttttenl
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mcrt o: Hider
? death o: the Sovte* cureclcT ottered a
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Take th* core of ermnertt
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promiaed if hr K
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thrown back to h
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me already had louth- j
eaajer war in it* de;
Hfntring \H'^
AS for (take No 2 t was. ijj
i quite simply the c
A men ran rommitmr
our pledges to the -
natneie the Thai* -. fn0fl
many other peopl. lXrsM
instance This stake m*. '.tr i
important in Korea wfekt *r M
publicly- put on its (: than n
mas in Vietnam But either *n
the creat power that rattn a-;
; led re. aMj then ctwx,
nore them has taker i rasd that
may at first awm amath but
mtU always turn ena rocb
and downhill in the
There is a third iai. *> fe
the Vietnamese m*.- hal >
reaUj inwvble u
ar The Pacific | dm
SSSM to becor
orld lake quite is
as the Atlantic, if n iw
{>ortant But this wm*
jnon^
cance of stakes I and
further more deta
then car\ then
hed liberal Iw -
feC side of the;:
and out ISM
DM
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with the
I'tion of Richarc
' Yorker
pt to of.er
mould satisfy n
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ed I hat there is Mm
SJBfeBhli difference N
last round of non^e-
peeaeaM one la the -:'* the
I nited States mas a '
pheral power etthi i *"*
foreurn policy esen
ou* foreign re:-' ^fti-
therefore, the conser-. of '
majority to a nonser"e e
: :'
rest of the world had
lasting effects
Now. however. UK
Slates is the centra! -
And if the QMMei
the linai plunge into "' '
this quite new situarax-. thr *
nd certain conseoueno. *
third wwrkd war
f^wrr-s-fct ici tm:

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Friday. November 10, 1967
rJmist) /for*/*?/?
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Svetlana's Memoirs Of Stalin
Svetlana Stalin's memoirs about
her early Life with Father' reveals
her insight regarding the nelario
characters of those who have been
ruiinx Communist Russia tor the
last 50 years. With all her efforts
to picture Stalin in a more tavor
a, I. light t>> placing the blame for
hit crimes on the influence of his
Buvitors, he nevertheless emerges
a, a frightening monster whose
sinister shadow still lurks over
Russia.
From a Jewish point of view.
Sv< liana Alliluyeva's memoirs
have special significance. They re-
(onl.rm the cruel crimes of Rus-
-lan Communist rulers who rcserv
ed special hatred for the Jews
which resulted in the most vicious
treatment. Active anti-Semitism
was flagrant in this ruling class
and u vvas more outspoken and
dangerous than during the Czarist
regime Though pogroms were not
carried out in the same manner,
who. sale deportations to Siberia,
ami destruction oi any organized
fi ;ite was commonplat <
In his documentary "Blood Ac
cusation Maurice Samuel proton!
ed Ihi Ikniv- cut, which took
dunnj the Curist regime,
. World War I Even in the
ed atmo'.phere of Curiam, re-
tor the truth and justice did
,,il and Beiliss wjs acquitted
The progressive forces fighting for
human rights were able to come
vicioriousiy in spite of havnm
Stern Is Candidate
For City Commission
.Irrry Stern, candidate for Cit)
Commissioner Oroup 3 and a re>i
i-.-n' uf Mur'.i for 22 years, has put
his campaign into high gear for the
t.nal two weeks before the first
primary election on Nov. 21~:
I,-mg a campaign slogan of
9g Miami Back to Life." main
- in his platform include op
lion To the construction of an
y convention center in Bay-
front I'ark. establishment of an
park on the city owned prop
Ij on Virginia Key and a re
ooubhng of the efforts to halt the
I crime rate that plagues
Miami.
He recently called upon the City
of Miami to look for federal financ-
ing to create an ocean front park
on Virginia Key.
Miami Beach is fighting for its
li:i to save its beaches and our city
has over one mile of beautiful san-
d) beach just going to pot." Mr
Stern claimed. "Most people don't
even realize that Miami has ocean
front property "
The Stern family resides at 350
SW 26th Rd in Miami
Jenj Stern, owner of Robert s
DUJ Store, the only all night phar-
macy in South Florida, recently re-
it!, id recognition from a coin in
nisi with the Charlotte Observer
for hdhj outdoor color TV theatre he
operates for the aged adjacent to
bis ~tore
A veteran of World War II, and a
graduate of the University of Pit*
burgh, he has served as president
of the Southeast Florida Fharma
ceuticsJ Assn. He has been named
1'harmacist of the Year and has re
ceived awards from the American
Nurses Association and The Miami
News.
He is a member of the Board of
lieth David Synagogue and has
been a leader in the Salk Vaccine.
Red Cross and Blood Bank drives
**W Joupl. L Rodtorsky
?*J MOKJSfJM IL MUM MAC*
to defy the Czar himself and the
Rusatea Orthodox Church.
r
In comparison, this could not
happen in Sov.et Russia, w.iere rea
son and justice are not compatible.
OrviUe's nightmare ot "1S84" has
come into lull b:ojm there, ahead
of the times Complete distortion
of accepted conceptions is preva
lent Therefore warmongers are
peace lovers, their policed society
is freedom: and tbc.r tyrannical
system is being presented as de
moci acy.
The Hitler Stalin pact which re-
sulted in the extermination of the
Furopean Jewry is now being re
placed bv the Kosv gin-Nasser pact,
for the purpose of annihilating the
Jews of Israel.
The present leaders of Soviet
Russia were created by Stalin, and
BS such, they apply the same policy
of anti-Semitism against the Jews
as their master did The Jews in
Russia are in the greatest danger.
oeing exposed to extinction at the
hands of these anti-Semitic forces
winch control Soviet Russia The
ibeiation of the Russian Jewry,
in view of their desperate plight
there, is an imperative responsi-
bility and obligation of World Jew-
ry which cannot suffer further post-
ponement.
MAURICE GOLORING
Rhode Islanders to /Meet
Nomination and election of offi-
cers for 1967-68 will be on the
agenda of the Rhode Island Club
of Greater Miami meeting slated
for Sunday. 7 p.m.. at the Wash
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave
Blueprint for the joint 1968 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund drive is studied Dy members ot the
campaign cabinet at its initial session, held this week cr
Temple Israel. Shown (lett to nght) are Robert Siege;
Saul Morgan, Lou Kenin. and Milton Weiss, chairman o:
the successful 1967 CIA. Norton S. Pallot, 1968 CjA-Itr
chairman, presided at the meeting which heard a r-
on current conditions in Israel given by Dr. Leon Kronish.
Are Good Guy Glasses
So long as you drink only White Horse
Scotch from them, you should worry. And,
honestly, people who would drink any other
Scotch in a Good Guys glass don't have sechel.
It's such a nice haimische Scotch. Has a taste you
just can't argue about: either you like it or you
absolutely bless the day you first tasted it. And
you must believe this: it tastes best in Good Guys
Glasses. Order a set. Maybe two you never
know when some nice couple might get married.
The Good Guys are always
on the White Horse.

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Grand Ball Will Open
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\ Lev) associate were
oi temple Emami El and
temple Fmanii El
Plaj as I named coch
d: the Qrand Premier* BaH
; congregation's new Social
Hall School Bu :. I ho gala.
Mark-tie dinner-dance will be held
I rand Ballroom ol the struc
hire rapidly nearlng completion ad-
jacent to the sanctuary on Wash-
ing! n Ive iusl north oi 17th Si .
x. ti Beach
M Lev) will serve with Alex
anck : Muss, a vice president ol the
gosue as cochairman under
the gem ship ol Emil
Moi \. Iment ol Mr 1 n >
was announced bj Max Boderman.
president, and Samuel Friedland,
an ol the board ol Temple
Em m El
. citj Foremost hold
rs Mi Lev)
major n i Israel Emcrgencj Fund cam
l.H'T ('-, ol South Flor-
i. .. -' .. mptete itaces is an
i legral par! ol the now Soc|ri
Hall S Building which will
'quarter- for the Tem
ana-El Players headed by
I \ >
. i j '. it ion last
wh4 their ho < host* ss
*jrr A. ler
Alttmmdtr Mvss
committee of Sunday's Grand Pre-
re Ball Mrs. Max Boderman.
arrangements chairman, and Mrs
Kmil Morton, cochairman, an-
nounced the selection of three of
the congregation's most active
women leaders as cochanmon of
the hostess committee
Mrs Harry A Levy, Mr- Alex
ander Kogan and Mrs A I. Click-
man accepted positions as ct chair-
men The hostesses will conduct
informal guided tours <>i the facul-
ties ol the new building during the
cocktail reception which will pre
cede the dinner
Members ol the Hostess Commit'
tee include Mrs Robert Blum Mrs
Harold .' Brooks Mrs Stephen
Carner. Mrs. Jules P Channing.
Mrs li miii. low an. Mr- Max Din
Isman, Mrs Leon A Epstein, Mrs
Leonard Friedland Mrs Henrj
Gewitz, Mrs William II Gordon.
Mrs Daniel Heller. Mrs Howard
Hirxchficld. Mrs Paul Kasdin. Mr-
Mrs Sherman R Kaplan. Mrs
Murry Korctsk>. Mrs Richard
Levy and Mrs Sam Loby, Jr
Other members are Mrs Milton
Manner Mrs Harrry Mill--
Mrs Morton Millman, Mrs Saul .1
Morgan. Mrs Frank Schneider
Mrs Benjamin Schwartz, Mrs Har-
old .' Segal Mrs Herbert S S
piio, Mrs John Shapiro. Mrs
Martin Smith. Mrs Milton Smith.
Mrs. Mario Stone. Mrs Theodore
R StruhL Mrs Michael Tatnes and
Mrs Robert VPeitl
Boderman and -Friedland also
announced that ribbon-cutting cer-
onies for the Social Hall School
BuHdmg designed by Temple
Emanti El member Morris I.apidus
will be held at the close of the
reception
Religious School classes in the
new classrooms featuring the most
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dinner t nent-
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Mr and Mrs K\*
Mrs i the leaders
in th< isful campaign to build
the new Temple addition He is f:
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By EDWARD COHEN
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COHEN
Poller To Be Honored
AI Histadrut Dinner
The Jewish Art Issue
The Jewish Theological Semi
narj has more or less re
ccntl> put Its not-insittniiieant in
fluence o" <>ne sMc <>f the CpMi
tion: l Tho>r A J#wi*h Art?
More or !. by aeceptinc the
resignation of its director of the
Jewish Museum in New York, it
h.i> cast its vote in favor ol .lew
ish Art For the past several
\c.ir- tji- Momm h;is become
one ol the leaders in exhibiting
i mpotarx art op. pop. ki
i. in ii.nk "ii Mack ami white
on white
The result h been .i ttii
0(1 tli' museum s board ilmninat
S iiiiii.u > .i- I" W lelher
. to 'uiii i e or rxhlbi
cm itiea oi thii tvi
n "i more than 10.000
jpwish i "ii.il object ill'-
, i onsidered i ne >itthe
(meal ii' the world ami i- u al
Iran ion not only fur those who
i Sew York but tor hundreds
of thousands af Jewish visitors ti
the metropolis.
I will admit to ;i prejudice in
favor <>f 'he Seminary's position
nol th.it there is i J< ish Art.
for thai reall) has nol be< a stated
but .is in where the emphasis
ol the Jewish Museum should be
l^ast June, during .< vitU t" Sew
\ rk, I tried valiantl) to snake up
fur lost years b) visiting man)
museoim the old and the nen
nothing thrilled or touched
me as much .is the exhibit en-
titled The Low er East s 111 Poi
Imt ncaasaUfc (1870 I924>".
1 arc w Inch h
into pro\ iding .i i ii iial and audi
li.c i r 1 > > r.ll -. of
most .i ii ikors
ill > made it .i memoi
e\ i i;t Efforts are being m i
brii east a pail m the
t" Miami and I hope i
successful
li Louis Kinkelstein, chancel
lor of the Seminary, summed it
up quite well, I (eel, when be said
' I think the museum ought, from
time t" time, to show creations ol
modern art that have same rela
tionship to the Jewish tradition,
and nol necessarily creation ol
Jews." He must have been ic
ferring to the showing of works
by Rivera, Ernst, Rainhardt, ton. Kothko and others who.
though they an- Jews and influ-
ential In modern art circles, era
ate nothmi; that have some rela
tionship to the Jewish tradition."
This brings us to the heart of
the debate I reall) don't believe
fan "Jewish Art There are Jew
ish artists, inanv ol them great
ones, i.i who.,, works there are
Obvious Jewish influences ami
sNinbols and some who have de
tamped Jewish themes. But the
>ast mawrtn contribute to the
arts, not as Jews, nor Americans,
but as artists first, whatever their
cultural or national backgrounds.
We know of many non Jews
Michelangelo and Hi mbrandt. to
cite two who found great es-
thetic inspiration in Jewish re-
ligious subjects and Jews who
have del eloped works from ( hns
tian themes An artist is an artist
i- an artist.
The dilemma in which the Jew
ish Museum tound itself i- our
familiar to man) synagogues
throughout the laml The |>.>-t dec
ade has been one "i discovery"
oi the arts h> our religious insti
unions Part ol the n ason foi this
wa- the tremendous new b
and the deir
i. i (tbetics na
through i pa.in
: ritual ob
oi authen
a d ststun it also seem >i
like t" have arl
alleries t" bind
the la i r t" Mit
than the slimnastics and bridge
i lasses ol the same ei u There has
always been a -<"> . .ii t -
In its inordinate haste to catch
up with the world "i art, the -\n
agogue, .i- iini the Jewish Mu-
seum in rccenl years, lorgul its
prime mission B) dciinition. il
nothing else, these Institutions
h.ue no other peal purpose than
to serve Judaism It takes a lot
.,i casuistry to lusttty pop op
kinetie ami minimal art shows as
eiinti ibutin. anything to the
i anse L't f c rnrsi H pan
c' a fund raising project
Ma)be 'he Jewish Museum's
.1 the woi Id oi modem
in i '].( It ma -tart
Ihc Jew -h con
aboui son e ol its i th< r a< ti* ities
which have the label but have
little relevance to Jewish life
too POtlf
Report Egypt Gets
Shipment ()f New
Soviet Missiles
LONDON (JTA) Diplomatic
sources here asserted this week
ihat the Soviet Union had supplied
Egypt with a new type ol ground
lo-groond missiles to strengthen
the Arab position against Israel
Recording t" the reports here,
I isia has ~i\en Eg; pi I i na I
i ,i medi m

ground mi
luni *>ai ii
i p II 1 e il "11 '
launching the Sinai Penin
sula dui ing I ai
i- eapons w ere des<: ined
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Lou I'oller. associate chairman
of the 1967 Israel Emergency Fund
campaign in Greater Miami, will
be guest of honor at the Nov. 22
dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel
("sponsored by the Israel Hista-
drut Committee and by the South
Florida Council on Medical Service
and Vocational Training in Israel.
Mr. Poller will be feted at a
community-wide salute featuring a
tiilk h> (Jen. Avraham Yalfe of
the Israel army, it was announced
this week by Jacob Itilkin and
Aloe Levin, dinner "chairmen
Always a staunch supporter of
Israel. Mr Puller sparked the cam
i'.i.-n to build the in w National
Children's Cardiac Hospital of the
I niversit) of Miami, and has been
in the forefront ol the Israel Bonds
campaigns in Greater Miami foi
ai -
Poller '- active in Te
Kmanu KI. and worked side I )
s.dc w Pb Leonat I Rosen during
the dramatic I E F campai a la il
1 summi r He has role
U

Di I i Kronish tional \ ice
president "t the American Hista
rut Devi I Foundation and
Greatei Miami chairman for Is
rael Bonds, said l! .-
li Lou P Hi led to Is
i.nl's hour- of crisis lasl June.
matched b) trul) meaningful con
tributions t" the Emergenc) Fund
and purchases ol Israel Bonds r<
at mnted i major factor in the su<
cess of our community's record
campaigns"
The Nov. 22 dinner will also cele-
brate the opening in Ramie, Israel,
of the Greater Miami Amal Tech-
nical High School in that Israeli
city.
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Congressman Charges Soviet Mideast
Incitement To Take Heat Off' Viet Nam
WASHINGTON. (.FTAt The pendent on Soviet military foreea
Soviet Union may have caused the There is much more to this crisis
sinking of the Israeli destroyer than a mere Arab Israel confron
Elath and otherwise escalated j tation." Rep Derwinski urged the
tensions to establish "a second Administration to "take cognizance
front in the Middle East, t<> take of Russian efforts to establish air
the heat off North Viet Nam." and naval bases in Egypt ami other
Rap. Edward J Derwinski, Illinois Mideast lands to neutralize the
Republican, a member of the House IS Sixth Fleet."
Foreign Affairs Committee, said
this week
In a statement issued here, the
Congressman charged that Russia
might have used guided missiles
against the Flath "as an answer to
the Increased American aerial ac |
tivity in North Viet Nam Ine sink '
ing rekindled the Arab Israel con
flict and made Egypt more de I
liYinlrik BtriiM
Starte Campaign
For Group ."> Seat
Hendrik Barns, newspaper pub
Usher running for the Miami City
Commission in Group .'<, stated at
the kick-off of his campaign, 'W<
must build ,i bridge between the
two kfiamis the one which is
blighted, and the other affluent
to create a new dynamic produc that the sinking ol the Elath caui
ed i predictable flare up quickly
exploited by the Husm.ui- to send
Th# Congressman demanded
that the Administration dis-
close "the extent of recent So-
viet actions in the Middle East
and the serious implications for
American policy." He said: "It
is high tima that we had some
indication from the Administra-
tion of these sinister develop-
ments. The Russians ere ob-
viously axploiting our preoccupa-
tion with Viet Nam and troubles
in NATO to pull a dangerous
sneak end-run into the Mediter-
ranean."
Rep Derwinski charged that
' Russia is rapidly building bases
for their military establishment in
both Egypt and Syria He said
Soviet strategists are trying to
outmaneuver the is aircraft ear
rien In the Mediterranean through
conversion ol Egypt and Syria into
'unsinkable carriers.' lb- noted
Uva commumtv '
D^n'TV"1'' r',"""" ,0 i'i,m
nTakMrll ';" '"'f'T "' '"."'..men,, am. technicians to
an integral paM of the community ., .,..,, .
by giving the,, pnde in themselves ?. .*" ,""-uh"1 "' ,v"r> "n""r
Will accelerate CKi, economic de [' I "T^' "" *"**
velopnicnt
"Enlightened self-interest de
taaniU that we raise the level ,,t
achievement of all our Cttisens, in
education. |ob training and job op
porfunitie-. Herns said
He called on a new Miami
armored, and artillery unitv
The Congressman said the Bus
tjan* Brers penetrating ever) level
of command in Egypt 'We ma>
hesu of the arrival of Soviet
naval long range let bombers
i ; t manned b)
Russian runs it.- uid that
Commission to meet regularly with there is more Russian
Metro counterparts "to avoid dupli in Syria" now than before lh< June
cation of sen ires and move con
Structive programs forward."
war." ami a Soviet basi ha- beea
establish,-,| at l-itakia
Berns announced that he would
campaign on the theme of "cour
age, concern, compassion and in
tegnty." trsiU. he said, which must
mark public officials as well ss
journalists
A first-time office seeker. Berns
SeasoiiVi ()|M'iH'r
hVaturrs Speaker
First meeting of the new season
.'or members of the I'oale Zion
Jhaim Greenbera, Hianch of Great
has been a newspaperman and Va" : ,' uM',,mi *'" ** inducted by
dlo broadcaster for 30 years Dur
iag 20 years in Miami he ha* been
associated with the Miami Herald
The Miami N< w and van
dio Hattont li.- publiahe Ph* In
daipenektm, -. .-..-. kly im
Jhck FUoaof, president, on Wednes
day evening at Washington Fed
etal. 1234 Washington a.,-
OtM si ipeakci will be tr Aaroi
I iiiil,,,, V rfl f|^ I Agenda will also include
\-it^ 1111 ^ :VI,|S I iJ r>f officers followed b: fc_
Terrorist Is Arrested IAttoe^Su.bfct ">*:??z!!*!*
SAMUEL FOX reo Prime Minister'] Medal-
lion tram Col. Yitzhak Hoi Israel's
armed forces, at the Beth I i in Dii ironing
Looking on are Dr. Max Lips thitz the
congregation, at Fox. A lotci 61 000 il
vvas sold at I I Mi
Continued from Page 1 A
were arni.ed, returned the fire and
were si in joined by reinforce-
ments t. subsequent search of the
area f<*.nd the body of the Arab
terrorHl holding in his hands a
still heft Russian suhmachinegun.
He aliSo had four unused maga
zincs
Israeli police arrested several
Arab youngsters in the Gaia
Strip suspected of throwing hand
grenades last week in protest
again U the 50th anniversary cel-
ebration of the Balfour Declara-
tion, four Gaza residents were
Injured in the explosions.
Another expression of Arab re
sentment was an almost total boy
cot of t aza schools. The teachers
arrived on schedule but, when verj
few puiils appeared, the Israeli au-
thorities canceled all classes The
schools in Arab refugee ramps
functioned normalh Strengthened
army amd police units patrolled the
streets of (iaz.a. Khan Yunis and
oilier i,a/a Strip townships, but
there were no incidents other than
the grenade Hissings.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
and Chiel of Stalf Yitzhak Rabin
met with Northern front and local
Israeli commanders in the Heisan
\ alley, site of recent infiltrations
from Jordan, to discuss ways to in-
tensify Israel's counter saboteur
Dperatioos,
It was learned at the same time
that Jordan has bean strengthen
ing troop positions in the Jordanian
section acioss the Jordan River
from the Beisan Valley Israeli of
iciils speculated that either the
Jordanians feared some Israeli re-
action to the sabotage raids or that
they hail decided to take firm ac
lion against use of Jordanian terri-
tory SS bases for raids across the
river into Israeli held territory.
( The Defense Minister and Gen
Rabin were accompanied by senior
stalf officials
t Dade Federal, 103rd St. and
S(^ith Dixie Hwy.
A former member of the State
Unrncy's office, Mr. Solomon is
executive producer of the Channel
2 television program series, "This
The open meeting will be hi-id Is Sex."
"Sex Crime and Our Children
will be thi' title of a talk by Harold
Solomon, attorney, before Um
South Dade Host, Jewish Wai Vet
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Jewiih runaway* wa* orgmmd
let Juno a* a joint project of tht
UJCC and rhe Jewiah Family
Service Agency hara. The protect
official* sent letera to ail Jewish
family and children*' agencies
in the United States, advising the
a.*encies of the eaistence of the
project and offering its office as
a center of information and as-
sistance to the young Jewish
wanderers.
The San Krancisr-o official also
reported thai "generally, we feel
we are not too surce.vsfui in provid-
ing welfare services to Jewish hip
pies essentialls because of the es-
trangement" by the Jewish young
people to the "straight society"
the project represents.
He Hid the project was able to
help some of the young Jews to
get medical aid. "a major problem
during the past summer and to this
day as well." lie added. "We wore
quite successful in effecting some
reconciliation of runaway children
with their parents, although the
vast majority of inquiries could
not be dealt with."
He reported also that several
"very disturbed" Jewish "hippies"
were referred to the Jewish Family
Service agency for treatment.
mii'iwi-n n\ r- Ji
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ine l.ippman. Mrs Fania Soroff is
in charge of the program.

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Fage 10-A
* km*L Friday. Nov^: bet .
I., a. i stm Bound let Us Build' To Be Theme for Meeting
Bv Ceasefire Pact
Vl \vi\. (JTA) Gea. Moshe
mti'i Defense M!ntete!:
he:
, crowded press conference
week that I
DISCUSSING PLANS k* fee lemple ,
A State are the three cochairmen ot the
Albert Green. Mcnc NewmarK and D:
inner will ta.ee place on Saturday N
-.ebleau Hotel.
Templo Zion Readies
Israel Dinner Plans
. r the Temple Zion lerael
S ati *er launched at
tion [or members >t the
-'- *l wee* at
the home ol Mr and Mrs Murray
, ^ne chairmen ol the Host Com-
mitti
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
female /.ion. will larve
i.nnor chairman Cochaiienen
will Ik- Albert Green, Dr Jordon
liallin and Max Newmark A -
heading the committee is Dr
Bernard Lieberman. congregation
preaidenl
The dinner, at which Mr and
lira Stevan Simon will be honored
lor then mrvici to Israel, will lake
place Saturday evening, Nav 25.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr
and Mrs Simon will be the recipi
enU of the l.-rael Freedom Award
Rabbi WaJuaan urged members
commute* I rtake an
i Karl for ., reaoadaaf su<
;he dinner, noting that it
Israel ever i u> support, it

I ift Our Voices and the Florida Branch of National
Build" waa the theme of the Tem- Women i League, who was to pr.
,1,. or Olom Sisterhood meeting on sent a talk on the Jewish Theoloi
^-,a>ev.....a. -*- n?r tSJST' a"
^,^i^- JTJBSgThasJj^gg>*- n s.....
' with bgypt despite Mrs Seyraaar Mann, a member of hood preset.
.h;. v unwarranted attack
,, of the Beth' on
U ill Port SaW
He Mad more than 200 news
n,^r- *nd lateeiataa repeaters
inking of the destroyer
wm ,- safe a fUtrar.t xiolation |
v ceasefire aereement but
* a iact also the -aaeat neua
gaaVnrr ** ** B" "*" A
5b* the destroyer had
Bgjpttac term rial
?.ad not afieaad fire, and
in the
v. vbei tn Igyp
let-made

7> Defense Minister's
rst in sev< ral
.. hk sted all n
nicta interviews foi
' "a- shl
Lei E
Hi 1st

teresl
such a
an welcomed Ihe pro
. | Nations S
in increase L'S
observer fai 'I men along
the Sue/ (anal H. said this would
cctivi porting on
happenings there Aski
the growing number of s
naval vessels coming to Port Si
and Alexandria on the Sii
he replied there wa- "nothing
against such visits'" as lone as I hi
Egyptians did not use the Soviet
fleet's presence as "j caver foi
their aggressive actions." He als>
said. ir. replj to another Ojuetl
that Israel tried and is trying" t.
acquire neu modern "eapon^
THE STERN FA/WIT ASKS YOUR SUPPORT
KABBI AMID WAXHAN
Aid Is Sought For
North African Jews
Moscow Schedules
Hebrew Broadcasts
PARIS 'JTA \n appeal tor aid
on behalf of more than 10.000 re-
eently arrive I Ji runiala
and Morocco was issued here tins
LONDON .11 \ Moscow Ra
dio's Peace and Pro n is pro
gram has announced two bt
- to be transmitted ki Yiddish
and Hebrew It was learned here
Both braadcaata, however, wil
i '
,u B" nvui
I
II. .ni.li
rataji ian Man) ol the newcomers leu
M-. Bdwart i pad Browi their homes in fear of Arab re According to a new schedule
prisals following the SIx-DayWar. announced in Meacoa Radio, the
Rabbi Kaplan called on the Y rench v,dd.sh Hehr.^ broadcasts will he
-* ',' '"' 1.1,!;i,'! *>* Community to respond to ^ d from 6 to 6:30 ,,
;.-" ::.,. the needs of these follow Jews. Uomm ^ ^^ JJ, ^
Grand Kabbi Simon Cohen, head the purpose of the broadcasts will
of the rabbinical court in Rabat, be to acquaint Jewish listeners
has Uft Morocco for Israel, thereby with all aspects of Soviet life
terminating the functions of the It was clear to communications
Jewish tribunal in Morocco's capi- experts here, however, that the
t,l dty. Earlier the Rabbinical transmi>M,m, no, lntended for
in Casablanca. Morocco s
largest city, waa suspended follow- domestic listeners in the soviet
ing the emigration of its head Union hut only for foreign con
, Much-.., Robert Kewman. Rabbi Cohen was the sixth rabbim- ,limptlon
k, .-..1 I'..- ..1. Man< cal jurist to leave Morocco since
rr,., 1-. ;.,..-, UMtn l'h.ih|. c... i^r.i ^ Six Day War
Hynuui I'''-' b 11 rrej Htm " "'
I'.r"., !(.-'.>." in. RMowuiii, Dr Nahum Goldmann president
ot the World Jewish Oongress, said
?V.'Vi". Ji. email, Martin '.
n, .1. Hurl 1; i-.-.ni- rg 1 .i mx I ^
it i .lie .: .-Ul.t-ri:
\K, Nu*mai ll>"Tt. l^-.n;.rd: Har-
i.,.-. 1.. Naahan Kvuw n Harrj
k Hi:.. l.'Ui- Hapihlk. Mnnm Isui-
nun, fc-Ti.nr.l lt.^r- ;.rl.l ij4Ul..
Kubln I.- > iih 8am V* \ I-
U1tt, Martin Umu, Biephen Lubow, court
mm- Margvr Morrti Marliu WlUiam
MarahaJJ. Ab Mmrtviia. Uavld Her-
. i.. Kul in. >'>
.y<:\,t' Btu- on his arrival in Jerusalem from
, A.i.n Mikolt-i MaJ Zurich that the WJC was maintain
m^m.,"^^" tX!^*2S2Z?. ing constant contact with govern
Brdnrj Mteloiiarw, W illiani Stunuan, ments which had some mtluence
.,;,.,' jX?r!iU ^ :""" Arab CapiUla on behalf of Jews
ton laat "< Ff* Waaam living in Arab countries Special at-
>";', A,.,-,. pi lenUon tobetag given to Ae plight
H^rn.,r.i w.iss. 11.. 'ferald of Jews in Europe, l>i t.oldmann
W*n Irk !- ,1 '""^ said
- -
Hospital Conclave Attracts Localites
The Elation ot Honda llos Ho,p,,.I will be M David L
Crowell and Mrs Moms li
On Friday, an informational for
urn and Installation ol new otficen
will conclude the tbree-daj confab
^
pital Auxiliaries is holding its an-
nual conference on Nov 8. 9 and
10 at the Diplomat Hotel.
Representing Mount Sinai Hos
pital Auxilu. \. iim Murray Kern
and Mrs Marvu, Silver- were to fogy/or Meeting Scheduled
chair the Thursday L'bcheon foi The Rob\i. In':' i ( apter, City
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Boa-d leadet cine Red Cross and Bloc--
drives Vataran of World War II
MEIBA STCTN P Hi I -vd-nt ot Beth David Cor
...., 0 'he Ways and V\ea-s Co......itte, Life n
Hadassah V ird ot Hadasseh. I.te men
bnion, 4 years as a G.rl ikout leader 1 of
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DAVID STERN eilh SMUtf-lAM (1
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CAPT GERALD GEIST On duty as Captain. U S Ar
Hospital Pharmacist Fort Devers r^ass
ELAINE STERN GEIST In Miam, with her two small -
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Miami City
Commissioner-Group 3
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* lrHi4.f IkrHlrtr


a I, bul final ,
folice in Munich Report Arresl Of Israeli Agents9
LCWDON (JTA)Two men'pw apartment belonging to the wife of nlch police, the disnatoh from Get Mueller, who wa Vdoll IS never be.
Lned to be Israel agents were Heinrch Mueller, the formei chiel many stated declined to rive the
teat, in Munich. Germany, thii of Hitler s Gestapo, according to a namw of the'men otio reveal the -"!''"" disappeared in lamed bj either the Germans
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^OuDATH ISRAEL 7801 C'IH *
OrthodoK. Rabbi '**ac Evr
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 5*5 SW 67th Av. OrthoJox.
Cantor Morn* Barr.
ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Av*.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx.
BETH DAVID. 2*26 SW 3rd An.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipeon.
|-rnl..\ t an.I I IS I'm Sermon in
,,i.i the .! Saturdai 9 ' fjer-
,..., rii.- Tomb i------n Bai lli-
.:ih Dana. M>n .-f Mr and Mr* Mel-
, in \\ tinkle Mlncha I p ni
ETH EL. 500 *SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon SchiM
PTtda) 6 IB p ni Baturda} n "> >>'
mi.ii 'Bxploiing A Sew Land Min-
v-na '' p m
ami Mm Geraon Blatt; Howard *o
uf Mr.- Alvia Roean .."! Lawrew
landj
TEMPLE BtTH
WOOD. 1351 S
o inhi ^-n*l Jl
Ki Ida) N i P in
MOLLY
Reform
BETH ISRAEL
Orthodox. Rabbi
Friday niinrha *.
rn *oth st..
Berel Wein.
It i.ni
M B
BETH JACOB. SOI Waehlngton Ave.,
M B. Orthodox. Rabbi Snmaryanu I.
Swirakr. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oiekaon.
rod.> IS p in ^ eterana I "aj ae
in.ii I'll' we Futtit in Vain. a
marble plaque Installed bj the n-th
Kodeah Blaterl......1 In memorj of
I alia Rambaaa, paal preaident and
honorarj prealaanl of the Slaterh.....I.
,vlll be dedicated Joseph Rambnm will
Diisi the One* Bhabhal Saturln> '
, m "We March Forward." ." p.m.
Where do So*
BETH MOSHE
13*30 W Di
CONGREGATION
Hwy. Conaervative. I TEMPLE
EL OF
14th Ave
terla foi Progre** Batardaj ll m
Bar Ml it h Brent, aoo "i Di ni 'I
tli David H Sp* hl< i
TEMPLE BETH* RAPHAEL 1545
J*fferson Ave. Conaervative Rabbi
Oavid Raab Canto' Saul H Brrrn
Pridaj i t P "> BaMirdaj >" '"
Bermon: "Be Thou Bleaalng." Mln-
cha IS p ni
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood 1725 Monro St Con.ervtvr
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Philip Lutman.
------ a -----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat-
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronur
Cantor David Cerviaer.
a
TFMPLt BETH TOV. S4W SW 8tn
St. Conaervative Rabbi aieaaa --
Prldas S:15 p.m Bermon "The 8word
;,.! the Paradlae One* Bhabhal
boated bj Mr and Mra ......rare Fln
Baturdui a.m Sermon: "Portion ol
the Weak
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street Conaervative Rabbi
Abraham M Cassel.
TEMPLE NER 1AM. O 0th SI l;
Tatum Waterway. Moclrrn Trjdi
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can
r Edward Kle'n.
Friday 8:15 p m Veteran'* Daj -
I in.m "Pence Everywhere and let
N.. Peai Baturda) B 13 > rn
Rabbi Maurlea ",!
temple **^*? **/"."
Con. ativf R'h" S?-fcla
Cantor Seymour Hinkei
. 13 p n, .! -' "!
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-IFERETH ISRAEL
Av Conservative
Carmi Cantor Altier'
p, rtaj !" P "
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the W
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I'ri.l.i
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and v
1'.. 11
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Ralph
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Patriarcli
Rabbi Naftali Poruah
VOUNC iSRA'L or MIAMI *****
1542-44 waahington Ave. Rabbi
Ben-Hillel.
TEMPLE SHOLOM* 132 SW-11th A"
Pompano Beach Conaervative Rab
bi Morr.a A Skop. Cantor Leon
*n:
. m .. in Mi
\ Murcu* l'-'-; '
..,. will parl
il Wai Vet i
lelerw Daj
TEMPLE tMANU-EL. '' W;^'".
ton Ave Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
i .hrmm Cantor Zvi Adjar
F, .,,, -. and Ii pw Tempi. *
riuater "iH participate
11, i.. man wll
Konnr uf III- dedll Btlol
, CLiMlM :.-... ^.....1 ;.M
Kermoi k\eekl> P-
Bar Mitftah
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rtMOLE ISRSI OF
-"tr. St R-io'm Pabr
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rn
K | ui
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirechenbaum.
Friday IS P-m Sermon Friend*!
Uaterl.....! will hoal the One* Bhabbal
ajiturdaj IS Lin Sermon: "Por-
M.n f the Weali "
------ a ------
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51et PI.
Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Glaaa-
min.
Friday S:1S p m Topic ol Rabbi Daniel
Franaat'a aannoi 'An Act ol Faith."
Saturday lt:4S a.m.
----- a -----
BETH TFILAH. 934 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackevaky.
-----a-----
BETH TORAM. 1ath Rt. and NE 11th
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip
chiti. Cantor Jacoa, >naer
i r.ii. f M and 1:15 p m Sera
FOlur. .,f a i'.ini|iuten-.l Map Baa
i'it7\..h 1..TI. dauchter Mr an.l
-rra Mit.-heii Fried Baturda:
.-atuittav I a in Sermon "Portion !
Mr. (and Mr- Martin London; Law-
.-*-. i-'ii ol Mr and Mra Morton
Trfllinr. Mlncha B p.Bl
------ a -----
B'NAI RAPHAEL '40i nw 183rd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Charlea M Ru-
Del. Cantor Jack Lerner.
a
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1*2 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig.
-~.itur.1a) am
----- a
FT. LAUDEKDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
8. Andrew* Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Lai.tor Jerome
K lament.
------a
FT. LAUOERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
------ a -----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
OR OLOM
Conaervativr
a ni I-ai
: Ml
T" SW 't* V
Ralph Z Glixman Cantor Benjam r.
btn An.
Fridat u m Baturdaj
Mltct Dat ni. *on "f Mr
Milton Myer*
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 1880" NE 22nd
Ave Reform ftaobi P.ilph Kinq.ley
Frldas 8:13 p m Bert .....Iu '
1> I>r Stanford B ok.
11.,n preetdenl Oue*l aiieakei warn
Kimball Topic "Jeua In the Chrl
World S..lur.l:.v II a in \
vice* at Waahlnston Fadetal
1ST ill St reel
I RAVAR
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GHFATER
AMI 13' NE
i0.,rb R Narot
Prld.o -13 P m
- v. -II .1-
,..,,,.- p.. Vou H
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TEMPLE ISRAtL Of
3S00 SW 6th Wiy .on.rrvative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler
temple juoea W Granada Blvd
R.fo-m Rabb- Mo'nt K.pper.
! 'III
a
MENOR'i 75th '
..t.r nat D May*' *"""'
Canter Niro Feldman
. "
S.nui

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By RABBI DANIEL FRANZEL
Temple Beth Sholom
The Story of Aluaham. tht- Fa
tber of the Jewish People, is the
a man ho
sentl the
soul. Hi-1 spirit.
(Be collective
national con-
sciouness. anrl
tense t>f duty of
the Jewish Peo-
ple The Torah
portion for this
Shabbat, l#ch
L'cha, GeMaii
12:17-27, which
begins the cpi
Mill.- dealing
with the life
antl career of
our first patriarch, is more than
hist i tale of a single individual i
search for new grazing land for
h^ flocks and cattle, but thecU
epic ni a people. Imbued with a
divine sense of responsibility, in
search of truth. Justice and peace
Lech L'cha describe- Abraham's
commission to 1
hU
ffeebi fraaifl
ni" e
land, his home and family, a' I o
ourney southward to a lan.l whuh
God. Himself, has seleiied av the
iiuthplace of a new peopi.-
:n this Promised Land, a
people will come forth, nurtured
\ ideals realized as a result .,t -.,
'iistcrical experience of re .<
ion. Here, in thi> Promise I land
iiophet- and teachers will insti ct
this people in the ways of I ... e
nant. the agreement to be G
holy people, established at Sinai,
Israel is more than ju-t ,
tional state, one nation amoi the
nations Israel is the birthplai if
our lives and our de-.ti.u- I
is the center of our lenae of Jewish
unity and cnllectixe nationa
sponsibility Israel, the Jewish Pi
pie represented b> the pati
Abraham was commanded to go
forth to establish a new ., ..
life, the life of Covenant, in a new
land. Ereti Yisrael. the he..:: n
the Jewi>h People
May we live to sc.
Israel, the Land and
will be able to fulfill its
peace.
TEMPLE
wonse
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M'- Blanle> J.....-
Jewish Quiz Box
the
. ar
2400 Pinetree
Alexander S
HEBREW ACADEMY
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi
Qroea.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1101
Johneen St. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heirbrann.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth
at. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L
Onm Cantor Nathan Pimm
VWiiv l:M .11 id I It i> l S.rm.i
another Two and One-Half Million?"
saturdaj I t:. a.m Bermon "Portion
.f th. week
------ a -----
JACOB C. COHFN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1S32 Waahington Av*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor M. Starr
Cantor Meyer Engel
------ a
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Av*
Orthodox Rabbi Oavid Lchrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
- a
MINYOfmaREf SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd VtoeWrn Traditional. Cantor
Loo.. Cenaa.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.. MB.
Orthodox. Haatv fmntu Weo*. -
man.
tCPHARDIC JkYV.Sn CENTER. See
CaMin* Av*. Rev Canter Sadl Nah
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1S151 NE
1th Av*. Orthedox. Rabbi Jonah E. '
Caplan.
TEMPLE ADATH YESMURUN. Con-
aarvativ* 102S NE 1*3rd St.. Miami
Oardena Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. !
Cantor Harry Sterling
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I EMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Or., S Miami. Reform Rabbi H*r-
art Bawmgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr
i riatay 8 So p m Veteran* Da] *er-
i.iaa: "Conaclantaotaa ( injector*
Traitor* or Patriot**" Saiunluy 11:11
i a*. Bar Mitxvali: John win uf Mr
What it the purpoaa of the
notes that appear in the print-
ad texts of the Bible?
The Rabbis in the Talmud
(IfegiUah 32a) tell us that whoevei
reads the Torah without i's an
propriate melody displays his dis-
regard for the Torah and its laws
And it was not just any melod)
that wai deemed appropi iate for
the chanting of the Biblical texts
The rabbis in the Talmud (San
hedrm 101a! further stated that
whoever reads the Torah with a
secular melody abuses it. The
notes that are printed along with 'meaning
the texts thus depict the official originally
melody of cantillation by which the
Bible is to be chanted
Why was the melody and its
official notes considered so
important and basic to tha
reading of the Bible?
For one thing the presence of
the printed note would indicate the
pliable on which the accent is
. placed when pronouncing the
word. This i> the general rule al
though there are a few exceptions
'. Furthermore, the notes serve as
punctuation marks Indicating how
the words are to be grouped Into
the appropriate phrases Different
groupings oi words in \arious
sentences sometimes vary the
meaning of the text Qenerall)
speaking a melody makes it easier
to remember a text It also makes
word more appealing to the
The notes are therefore <
neimot" from the word "Nairn"
which means -pleasant The} are
also called '"Taamim from th.'
a >rd "Taam" meaning 'sense" or
meaning" The use ol these two
terms indicate that the i ti
both "meaning'' and pleasant
to the text
Why is it that these notes
are "it written into the Holy
Scrolls from which the Torah
is read?
Since the notes involve the
" of the text the) were
classified under the
category of "oral law" or "oral
iradition." The oral law or oral
tradition was not originally given
in written form for a variety of1
reasons including the reason that '
me cannot really convey the full
and exhaustive meaning of any-
thing in writing. It mu-t be con
veyed to each listener or student
according to his own capacitj ior'
understanding It was only later
in when the diaspora threatened .
the disintegration of Jewish cul-
ture that even the "oral law or
"oral tradition" was allowed to j
be ieduced to writing Still, unlike
the written text of the Bible, this .
oral law is an infinitely expanding ,
literature to wrrh subsequent I
generations of Rcholors continue j
adding meaning and application
Synopsis af th. Weekly Torah Portiaev-LECH L'CHA
Abraham In Transjordan with his flocka of sheep ai
i alestine, the Pi wed Land, In the distance
Lift up now thini eyes an.i look for all the Ian
,.,..t to the will 1 give it, and to thy seed tsrweei
13 14 IS
LECH L'CHA \: the command of Clod. Abram left II
and tourneyed to Canaan There Qod appeared to kim and said
' "l nto thy seed will I pve this land iGenesb I2:7i Then- .*.- u
famine in the land of Canaan, and Abra.n took his household tq
Egypt On his return, he and his nephew. 1-ot. separated pa
Iahty, lot choosing to settle in the plain of Sodom, in the bati
between the northern King- an.I those of the plain *l SodOf*
n ii captured learning of his nephew's plight. Abram arme
followers and pursued l-"t I captora He defeated them ar I
cue I his nephew and the other captives from Sodom Ood I
.....venani with Abram lo giee him and his seasd after him
land Ol Canaan .The Covenant between th* Parts"' rVI
\ ram's wife Sarai *a that -he waa barren she nave Hagm
handmaiden, to Abram as wife Hagar bore Abram a son.
was called uihmael Al God command, Abram changed his name
to Abraham, and Ins wife's name to Sarah He was circumci/r.;
i with all the males ol his household
LIVINC HEBREW
fKitibinical J cle vision *T'
ft,
10a
1
UNDUUGHTING TIME
7Hi2>HVANb:14
9
rocirant*
NOV. t jjV-Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Tha Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Congregation.
Topic: Jewish Communities in Japan and the
Caribbean,
r Coasts: Rabbi David Raab. Temple Beth Raphael.
Miami Beach: Seymour Liebman. lecturer in
history and Latin American affairs at the
University of Miami
NOV. 12Ch. 10, 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Moor.
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sinai. Hollywood
NOV. 14Ch 2, 9:30-10:30 put, Man to Man.
- Topic: What Price Viet Nam"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
.Participants: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Congregation
Beth El; Bishop James L. Duncan. Episcopal
Diocese of South Florida; Fr. Jameis itriggs,
St. Mary's Cathedral.
Special Guest: Chaplain Cal McCarter. Homestead
GRANDPA IN THE HEALTH
CUNIC
The Doctor Shalom. GranUpe.
How arc you feclms?
Grandpa Not so |ood Agaia
headache*, pain as ihc <.he*l.
D PUaat. dool cxasgeraH H*l not
so lerribk! We'll |i ) I
thorough e*aminanoa. Pteaat
breathe deeply.
You have gained soss* weight.
G What can one do? One gets old.
the "machine" doc* not work
too well.
D The "machine" works pretly
well, thank God Trouble iv
your teeth aie wot king a little
too much.
True. One arts al home, one
Mile, one has appetite.
"Idleness is the root of all evil "
ll is not good lo be idle A wise
man will ahvayi tinJ some in-
tercsting occupation. Bcatdcv
age is age. It is oirocull to
you a young man.
Did I ask to be a young
God forbid Help me. dear Doc
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* ten i*t nwridHfon
Pcrap 13-A
BOOK REVIEW
si'i/moiir h. lit'hman
REVIEWS
The Accused
by Jerrold Morgulas
After Auschwitz
by Richard L. Rubinstein
The Accvtael .PouMeday & Co.
L is a first novel by a younjj
I ; cIM em four men who
, nvolved Vitlj concentration
... :.\ itiea, TWQ were Jm
., i bei p. infnales; one a as
y ,...,; once witnei ed the
: 1:, i imp "hen- the
u tined; and Itae
tmerican Jewiah judge
. j: iojh in tiic
the N'!/l <*' criminals.
Morgulaa aaea one of
. in an ex Viennese
i pi indptri character He
., Hjmmtt in I shtiebel
n Heights The othi r
.., : become the rabbi of
i be Diane <>t the book
shammoa' turbulent struggle
his sense of guilt because he
survived which culminates
nth hia search to ascertain who
Id be the accused. The storv
ill with suspense and dark

author deals with the per
i|uestion* of where was
n the mx million were tor-
d slaughtered, what was
[Hvine purpose, if there irai
rial was the role of prayer;
i lationship of man to <; to his fellowman The Ac-
cused is a most unusual novel and
;- r< com mended reading.
AFTER AUSCHWITZ
Richard L. Rubinstein is a rabbi
i inn Hiilei director. Hia Look, After
llvKhwiti (The Bobos Merrill Co.
lie is a collectlen of hie essays
his theme of 'radical theology
Idc contemporary Judaism" most
Ir which hare previously appeared
Is lingto Jewish periodicals He vis
ischwitl in I960 and his pay-
[ lytie interpretation of "Re-
and the Origins of the Death
U probably tbe most in
ing essay to the average
Moat of the others are con
I with "the question for Jew
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ish theology in our timea" which is
II Intei i 11* lo note that El'e
Wietel in Ins Town Beyond the
the question of God anil tin death
enmpa
Vail fnunn (hi i a il God and
'h place "f God j:: man long be-
fore Juni 7.1 k-n Mot
ml iod
-- ol mai
.i i i man
o his fi
I of the Dn ine In each ol
j bad p r o b i >i itb.n t
d meaning bj tiv-
ng a 'i not by mental gyrations
All three authors in lulged in
Mil] seanhinu The noveliatJ did
not have to abandon traditional
theological views but the rabbi-
author did In Rubinstein's bK>k.
me can h ica) tones of modern academe and
the priggifbneaa o( many social
scientists who use words to give
profundity to their thoughts which.
if rephrased, would be thoae "I
Rvervman who thinks at all.
Ml. Sinai Names
Laboratory Chief
The newl) appointed director ol
the Depat : Laboratories at
ilounl Sinai Hospital is Dr Ai I
M Rywlin, pathologist, according
to P.ai hi ii- rlirsch Meyer pi
dent of Mount Sinai. Mr Me)
stated that Dr. Rywlin s official ap-
pointment was approved at the hos-
pital's recent Hoard of TrustC) I
meeting.
Born in Danzig Dr Rywlin be-
gan in- studies II.ere. continued in
i aris. iben in T. I Aviv, and re-
ceive rl his 15 \ m Medicine a' the
American t Diversity of Beirut.
i ain.n Mis Doctor in Medicine
was attained al the University of
Geneva, Switzerland, where Dr.
Rywlin remained as a faculty mem-
ber in the Depart.nenl of I
'. foi four also si i
. internship and > residency in
Pathology and Hematolog) at Mi
. ha I Reese Hospital ui chic a
where he remained as Vssistanl fa
Ihologist until entering the I s
Ai ir... ,.s biei ol Laborator) Set .
al Fort Campbell, Ky.
Dr Rywlin came to Mount Sinai
Hospital, Miami Beach, in lisad,
completing a year's resiliency in
Internal Medicine and Subsequent-
I) serving as Associate Pathologist
and then as Acting Director of the
Department of laboratories He is
an Assistant Professor of Patholo
gy at the Iniversitv of Miami Med-
i ical School, a member of national
professional societies in his field,
and has had more than 25 articles
published in European and Amen-
1 can medical journals.
Erhard Arrives For Israel Visit
TEL AVIV (JTAI Dr Ludwig
Erhard. former Chancellor oi West
Germany and his wife received a
warm welcome on their arrival at
lxxl Airport this week to begin a
10 day visit to lsiacl as the guest
of Prime Minister Lev i E.shkol who
was on hand to greet them The
West German leader, who came in
a private capacity, was pleased
with the friendly crowd at the air-
port and expressed surprise that
there were no "anti-Erhard demon-
strators" on hand.
He spoke of increasing pro Israel
-cntiment in Weal Germany and
sympathy with Israel's struggle for
"a lasting peace The Erhard tour
began with visits to the Yad Va-
shem. a shrine of Jewish martyrs
of the Nazi holocaust and to the
holv places in Jerusalem He was
guest of honor at a dinner given
by Premier E ihkol
Leaflets signed "Remnants ol the
Any way you
figure It...
THE FINEST^*
WELCOME O^J
TO GREATER MIAMI
IS WELCOME x
WAGON
A visit from our hostess M
yen teal Bt home, with her buket
Of lits nd answers te qutstioaa
bout the city. Its services sad
realities. Just cstl .
Gas Chambers." and addressed to
Dr. Ernaid were circulated clan
-estinely. The leaflets asked
whether the iormer Chancellor had
not indireitlv participated in the
slaughter of the six million Euro
. peao Jews by the Nazis and accu.s
i ed him of failing to bring to jus-
lice "tens of thousands" of Nazi
murderers "still free in the fed-
eral republic." Observers said the
leaflets were mild in comparison
to similar material distributed in
Israel In the past.
OR. AffKADf M. SfrVl/N
Session iff Knesset
Observes lialhmr
Anniversary Day
JERl SA1 EM (J 1 A
anniversarj ol the First Zion st
jic-- and the 50 h anniv i.
oj t.. I..... r Di ......'
mark* d in an exu a rdmarj th
hour jubilee session ,,t the Knc set
tins week The chamber was pack
ed with dignitaries from Isra land
abroad and deputies ol ail factions
except the splinter New Commu-
nist party winch boycotted the
event Unexplainedlv absent as
well was Israel's elder statesman.
former Prime Minister David Ben
iiur.on.
Among those present were Pres-
ident and Mrs. Zalman Shazar.
Plime Minister I.cvi Eshkol and
his cabinet, the two chief rabbis.
British Postmaster General Ed-
ward Short, head of a special Hal-
lOur Day delegation sent by the
British government, and some 100
members of the British Joint Pal
estine Appeal delegation here on a
special study mission.
In K liovot thousands of persons
including delegations of overseas
Jewish leaders, met this week at I
tlie memorial plaza near the grave
of Dr. Chaim Weizmann for an :
event which marked the 50th an- j
niversary of the issuance of the
Barfour Declaration and the 15th
anniversary of the death of Israel's i
first president.
Mew Members Join
JWV Hialeah Group
Hialeah Miami Springs Auxiiiarv
leu ish War Veterans, will hold a
"Golden Obligation" ceremony for
10 new members Saturday evening'
Xov 18 at Tifereth Jacob Congre
gation.
Mrs Otto Haengel. program
chairman, will introduce the enter
taininent for the affair, a skit call
ed "A Woman of Valor."
Mrs. Bernard Levitch is auxil
iarv president, and Mrs. Zelda
<;ii!-s serves as membership chair
man.
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vJenisHtcridian
Friday, Nov=rr.ber |%/
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Russians Trying But
Can't Stop Moses
W
|HO NEEDS LSD? Just watch
what Is goina on!
Over the air the other night,
MM of our okltinie [avorites. .lack
.-,; -aid ho blamed a Jew for
ome of h^ troubles.
He referred, he said, to MoeM
He said he always tried to be
,ave in accordance with Mosesa
Ten Commandments, to be honest and jus. and
decent and somehow that always gets him in trouble
Still. Paar hasn't got it so bad. He own- a
radio station In Maine and ha- -.any offers to re-
turn to the networks as a performer He is in no
danger of starving
1/K.k at what happens to people who don t
believe in Moses. Take the Russians. They sent a
fleet of ships to Egypt They only do that when the
are sad The blow the Israelis gave the Egyptians
was a blow at them as well The Russians have
denied the Egyptians nothing. Missiles, tanks dam-
How come they like the Egyptians BO
According to the Washington correspondent
of the New York Times. Mr Kosygin at Glassboro
told the President that the Russians are on the
trabs' side because there are more of them
eighty million against two million Jew- He couldn t
understand how the U.S could consider any Other
policy. r ..
Moses told the Jews. "Thou -halt not follow a
multitude to do evil." In oilier words, the fad thai
-cat number of people followed a course oi
on didn't mean that it was right. But the Com
nisi believes in numbers That is the materials
tic interpretation of history
The Russians have done everything po.-sihle
i suppress Moses. They have dosed aunost an ol
the synagogues, banished almosl all of the Scrolls
of the Torab of Moses, bul see what is happening!
Recording to a United Press report. :tu.oto
Jews in Moscow danced <>n streets on Simchat
rorah!
This appears all connected with the Six Day
Wai One correspondent tells oi seeing Jest in
Moscow thumping the hack of an unknown comrade
on the streets and saying to him We licked them
i and proper, didn't Wi
Excuse me." -aid the man I am not 8 Jew 1
Armenian."
Well, that's okaysky," sa I the Russian Jew
No doubt in the future sometime you Armenians
wrll do the same to the Turks."
cine wonders if the Six-Daj Vi ai
., lew ih revival in Russ i
...., w reater in Russia than I
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SAIPETER
Tin* Guerrillas
Highlights in Sporh
JESSE SILVER
Israel Soccer Team Draws Praise
- Sk**-> _____ i .,.,......II .|in ,. K.U ;__i.
.-hf boys were thniied with their visithere
T '^rTr.s.s^:1
"S VST opened b) I........**?"
\I1-Star- 3-1. in Canada Moidccha. Shpiegler. 23
, iMdmsulelv.twhowasb,.rn,..Kuiaa,H now
ivis in the diamond center ot Na-ana. scored WO
,- while George Borba registered once agams
The Canadian- Next came -he Philadelphia National
rkra.nian- in Hartford. Conn This time .t was
25-year-Old center forward Borba. a native Of Italy,
who scored twice as the Israelis won g-0.
The highlight of the tour came the Sunda>
after Vom Kippur before 22.232 fan- -
stadium The Israeli- ran awaj from
;it Yankee
,i team of
American Soccer League ..11-tar-, which inch 1
\\ner WOUinOW, and won 3-1 Borba again sho
hi- heels to the Americans His two goals, and
b) t.ioia Shpsagel on pass from captain Rev
Young, was all that the Israelis needed as
Mordechai Michael!, a native of Rumania, held
All Star- in cheek
Shpiegel's father, Eleazer, was also an outsl
ing soccer player He played In the United St
with an Israeli team in 1948. and now coaches
Maccabi Sbearim eleven in Israel
I'hcv're I well balanced team and shoul
heard lrom in international soccer competitl
uid the American League All-star coach -i ti
their style of attack also makes them one ol
more exciting clubs."
The final game in New York was against e
Italian-American l-eague All-Stars Shpiegler
Shpiegel dented the net-, and l-rel wrapped U|
(our with 20 victors
other standout performers for the Israel
were Yitzhak Visaoker, Dan 9hmuteviteh, v
cheim Bello. Yitzhak Goslan. Rahamm Talbi -
muel Rozenthal, Yitzhak Druker and Yitzhak
Klender

Bpiween You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Israelis Va\ Soviet ("lash Is Possible
the surface in
LL IS QUIET
** rael now bill onl> on the sui
The streets ol Tel Avi\ are bu
with people rushing to theii
dail> work In Jerusalem, you i
is ol lb Daj
the throngs ol pi
ir i
direcl the Wailing Wall You se<
mixed ei.....I- 1 ...
ling ., tin--t,e,--. and it makes you Ml there was
never am war between them
Yet a feelinj ai xiet> is in the air all ovei li
Koboth believes thai the Aral, rulers will again en
., Israel in the nexl few years b
bod* c rtain that si ri .us Vral l,k0"
sink: .,. [sraeli destroyer, Elath ma> take place
the Israelis I
ns Retaliation
i '
The feeling
nor an> othi r Aral
i get away <
to break the i
THE ISRAEL POLICE
,1 ;n copu ipient
au ;.i Arab terror sm which app
about two month- after the Six Daj War
But nobodj hen really believes thai this
threat has been completely eliminated
has been achieved, however, is
than main exp -
Dramatic helicopter swoops in the hills of Samaria
I large number of "El Fatah" terrorists and hu e
il .urn- and ammunition Thej also gave clear
that a considei iber of li Is and

led wai
-.,. ft ad ces prevented the hill cou
from bei
ind" for any guei
It forced I he ten
from 1-
.iii and Sj I .a
d to a--\
: Is or
I '
ives undi i thi
. in outlj i hoods Ml
:'ll ol
hich is no
the clos I as it
ore the war, the source of most terrorist attacks
\ Hind type ol t"
the most difficult lo cope with The mo-t potentially
dangei ous I i in a
blacK ladies bag on teal in the crowded nema
m Jerusalem The presence ol mind ol two >
in adjoinii g seats and the hi roiam ol an ushei and two
policemen prevented a double disaster: Death or injury to
fan) people and possible mob retaliation Arab
resident- ol East Jerusalem
Within 24 hours after the incident the gang re-
>pon-ible lor the bomb was under in* t and in another
48 hours. 4i) terrorists, belonging to the Jerusalem net-
work of El Fatah, were behind bars.
i
:
th Egypt.
, e tin- i- the I 'il\ met I
undei Hand and whii h
lam
Mnkii I -. | ol Ihe Israeli desti
l.srael it is almosl half ol '
the people in Israe
: unpunished I
l refincru by larai
:, |hi i- il the n,
pi u i- "i hi- a ressive t l he) wen
the destro)
: y very bod) is cert
pel ha| -
ban l
\\ I in Israel are b
that thi) .in ill) facing possible
- .., i ithei than with the Vral
this is nol nly bei ause ol the persistent
-.: iw takes
i in hips
i. r!-. after il i-..p
to the I refini ries
Mos<
\.. ns onl) !' '
1
rcti hn li
. ..

Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Egypt Put
ills Back In I se
CORMER GESTAPO
in 1- as
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The Stal
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Noveiaaer 10. 1967
+3eisWrrSdHton
'
sracli General To Visit Miami
MatityahU 1'Hed. Quarter
oi Um Israel De
Fon and on* ol the haroei
lel't Six Da) War. will meet
|top lea* is <>f the Greater
Jewish community Sunday
[iouday to report to them on
current economic and null-
isitions.
I will also take part in ribbon-
\f, ceremonies at the YM-
i\ of Greater Miami Sunday
ioon as an exhibit of Israeli
opens at 1:30 p.m.
oral I'eled. 44-year-old na
raeli. ilso has served as as-
t to Ok- Defence Minister
the 195b Sinai Campaign he
landed Mifratz Shlomo Castle.
*hich h served successively
mmander of Gaza. Command-
i the 16th Brigade and head
u t oordin.i'.ion Department
;i his current position. General
led ii in charge of supplies for
tg of the Israeli army, air
d nav> The Quartermaster
Lfil It > as Israel deploy-
irmored forces in rapid or-
A R Jordan and
I th imazini: speed with
which Israeli planes were pi
the brii: but LnU use
fighting > i redited with plaj in
isive role in the militarj vie
tor>
During his visit here, the gen-
eral will confer with the leadership
of the 1968 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Israel Emergency Fund. The
combined campaign is headed by
Norton S. I'allot. with Leon Kap-
lan, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, which will con-
duct the greatest coordinated drive
in the history of local Jewish phi
lanthropy.
During his visit to the YMVWIIA
at 8500 SW 8th St., General Peled
also will be introduced to hundreds
ot youngsters participating in the
Y's annual Career Day program
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shep-
ard Broad and Morton Hill, who
were among Greater Miami's rep-
resentatives on the recently con
eluded United Jewish Appeal Study
Mission to Israel, are coordinating
plant lor General I'eled s Visit, to-
gether with Mr I'al.ot and Mr.
Kaplan
Rumanian Foreign Minister Again Urges
Direct Talks For Mideast Settlement
UMUAL mAinrAHU HUD
UNITED NATIONS, \ eli : Maneacu pre idenl oi the
United Nations General Assembly
and Humaii'an Foreign Minister.
terated this week at a ;
luncheon here that he favored di-
rect negotiations between Israel
and the Arab states a-- a means
to achieve a settlement of the
Middle East crisis Mr Manescu
was careful to note, in replj to a
question on the subject, that his
answer was given as Rumanian
Foreign Minister and not in hi-
capacity as Assembly president
He said that "we have to be
realistic and take into account the
sovereignty and rights of existence
of every country in the region '
Rumania is th* only Canv

monist bloc nation which did
not break relation* with Israel
as, consequence of the Six-Day
June war and th* only on* to
publicly support th* principle
of direct talks.
He added that the Security
Council should be allowed more
time for consultations on a Middle
Fast resolution before sending the
matter back to the Assembly. Be
hind the scenes talks in the Secu-
rity Council have been underway
since October 13 in an effort to
reach agreement on a resolution
on sending a special l_'N represen-
tative to the Middle East. Disagree-
ment persists on the mandate to
be given such a representative.

Moscow 'Explains' Fete
Continued from Pag* 1-A
free! from end to end.
p ople oi \ ar ous
iUre families had
. prayed
I am sure that
I come here had not
,i >ing prayer through lUl
;>.; it has become a
this day when religious
;r (athen and, to be
:nt-ir grandfathers
>i) Torah within the
rhey i njoj utamashrni
treat with the tempera
Inevs and charac
ith."
lent said. 'The
a> lasti .. .ate in the eve
r>ging and dam
i niment of an
Jewish folk
lachl and sher
.....ssian round
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by Sovi
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meanwhilr, reported this
that Trot.n Kichho, whos*
"Ju Without Embtl-
>*nt" wii .Kdrawn by So-
offtcleta aHl it evoked a
**K*e vtorrr. c* protest, has
shed a new article praech-
anfi-Semit>m in *n anti-
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,.; <...-i ;. .
r ;.< /n.i.-ii.i _. .i. th) .;., ...1
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4 K hko'a muehrnuctaed baok
I imprint raint
a. .1 li ... of Sciences
Kichko'j thesis in the artic!< >..-
that 'ere was "an unbTSakabl)
'bond between Zionism and the re-
ctionary forces of contemporary
top r.ulism." lie wro.e tha; "it is
pre. le anoCommui 11
th.- ten itii nal Zionisl
tion : b isinessi ^n-ioi i i 'hen.
.ing in politict and fina <
Olhi I I KiOfl and (
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m .' .'l of the policies
iti > of contemporai .-
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banki
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then le against the
all e United
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.i Zionisl state" in at-
to establish i onomtc and
rule over the countries "f
the lit i-.a-- to.;.. p
ol i Stati ol i ra
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Thanksgiving Eve
Dinner Dance For
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A reaaption in honor of the med-
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(hairing me Thaahfgiving Eva
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Miami Florida. Friday. November 10, 19b'/
Se.'ion 3
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"DWARD R. VAJDA iet! noht nal executive director ol
," S3 ty. discussing new plans
Israel with |acob Hitkin. newly elected
Amen> n Society, and hoi:
llnner. Dec. 21, 19
Rifldn to Be Honored
Vt Tcchnion Dinner
Rifkin, Jew i-h community
n philanthro]
,-,,i te president <>i the
ol the Amer>
m s icietj will be the
onor .it the annual dinner
.;> which will be held
. venin Dec 21 al the
h ii ,i i < i it was an
thu week
announcemenl wai made
Sidnej Ansii chaii
. i hnion dinner committee.
: \ akI.i n.ii onal exe
i if the society, who
Miami and conferred
local officials re carding the forth
coming dinner ami future aeli' i-
ties ol ttic> Munn Beach chapter
Mr Vajda also read a report
from Israel praising the techno
logical ai>l given to Israel during
their til daj war b) Technlon
ad students.
Mr. Rifkin is acthe for
Israel. Jewish .National rund, the
Israel Emergenc) Puno Zionist
nit at ion of America. Ffista-
on n i man)
er organizations too numerous
mi ntion
Volunteers Urged
To Boost Efforts
In UF Campaign
Continued intensive efforts by all
volunteers m the campaign of the
United Fund of Dade County were
urged this eek by James L.
Knight, chairman of the drive that
Contributes to the support of 43
health, family and character build
mg agencies
Noting that results this week
showed that about 86 percent of
the S3.87S.000 goal had ahead)
been raised, Mr, Knight declared:
"We can have the mo-t success-
ful campaign this communit) has
ever seen but it will still lane tin
continued hard work of all volun
leers until the end of the cam
paign The drive is scheduled to
end No\ 21.
United Fund officials said that
the campaign has taken some
rather erratic spurts upward" In
the earl) stages and they were
l ened that volunteers may
"slack off" in their final efforts
Shimon Peres To Speak
At AJCommittee Meet
Shimon Peres, member of the
Israel Knesset and of it- Security
and Foreign Affairs Committee.
will address the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Jewish Com-
mittee at 8 p.m. Wednesday, at he
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Mr. Peres will discuss the "Con
frontation in the Middle Hast
i- *ael'i View of the Future "
During hu service with the De-
fense Ministry, begun in 1960, he
was Directoi General from I
1959 and was Deputy Minister from
1950 to 1985 lie is credited with
having negotiated tin- arms agree-
ments with Franc.' which provid-
ed the bulwark ol Israels air DOW
ir lie lias also procured arms
from the l tilted Males and West
Germany.
long a sociated with Da\id Ben
Gurion, Mr Peres is on the top
rank of Israel's young leadership,
and joined with Mr Pen Gurion
and Moshe Dayan in organizing the
Kafi Party.
Mr Peres was awarded the Le-
SHIMON PfftfS
gum of Honor by the French \
ei nmenl in 1957
Allied Pea- is president of the
Miami chapter of the Ami t
Jew ish Committee
IWV Posts And Auxiliaries Sponsor
'eterans Day Sabbath Services
iM^yjiY nw&
M at \ ateram pi its and
i through iuI I lot la w ill
b ate in special -
V es this weekend t<> co nmei
eterans Day. it was ai
this week b) .1 .lines S'.ei n.
i i ol the JW i Depart
! lorida

the Sabbath, it i- i
re cot
in in terms ol the relig
piritual his con
to Amei i( Mi SI > n
on this Veterans Da) ol
) t us pi a) as Jews have
since da) i ol bii heal an
i ioi peace Then, as ii char-
tic of Jews, let us go forth

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oui prayers with deed* Mr Stern
added
Re tein
wiii i e guest s| eaker at 'l
I i ah where the sen
ipOl SOI e : : '. V Hi
*it/ i .i-i and \ux iiarj I 12 Si i.
u i-s w ill be undi i the din
Rabbi Max 1 ipsi hiti
Metro Commissioner Joe Boyd
wdi be : e- ipeaki i al i empie
! : reth Jai i, Hialeah. Rabbi
Ma ii i K.. leader
.si i \ u es ai e iponsoi ed b> Hialeah
\i .in,, spri i osi and Auuliar)
681
other .l\\ V | [ues
paiticipating in Veterans i '<> sen
.,, include
Temple Zion, Rabbi Alfred
Mi'axman, spiritual leader and lion
orarj chaplain. Department ol
Florida, ipmis ne.i ny Norman
Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliar)
174.
Temple Aha vat Shalom. Leo
Slachter, department chiel ol statt.
sponsored DJ west Miami Post and
Auxiliary 2Zi An additional sen
ice at the West Miami town Hall
win be aducted by Post com
mander and Auxiliar) President
\n and Mrs Norman Brown on
Sunda) morning at 0:30
Temple Zamora, M Ja) B
I ( ominandei Ol Murray Solo
moil foal 243, with the Post and
Auxiliar) sponsoring the services
unuei the direction >>( Ral bi Mas
well Bergei spit itual leadi i
Temi i rah RaW
spiritual leadei
. past I ''"
I i ohen Surfiide Ba)
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Shalom Ever, 18,
Is Assistant Rabbi
Of Agudath Israel
Th* an
jf Rabu Sirs -
Soehun Ever. *on of Dr Isaac
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a-.-. Israel Hebrew I *as
-d hi eek b> tbe Miami
ii*ach congregati
At 18 years of aae. Rabbi Snaiom
-.- 15 believed to be tbe >ounses:
r darned Jewish spiritual leade
thai area.
Tbe duiie* of ibe voung Rabbi
.ude a=istance to the
.rector of tbe Hebrew Institute
>'-.tooJ. Me will also deliver set-
jo* from time to lime and con-
ct a*Wl education ana : < lasm
Rabbi I Kver receded his
join.e on. nation with high
bpiaatjs itaaataH from Rabbi ]T<
*kel Same, dean ol the Hebror.
Vetbiva J.rusaieai; Rabbt Abra-
ham Fa.b.tein. UMCMtC (Man

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Mayor Clark Urges
Oceanography Plan
For Virginia Key
Maya* Sieve i arkoi .Miami hu
proposed the development of ,
IwiK-raujje plan for the pn.per m.l
./ation of cilv-owned lan.i on Vb.
K.nia Key for oceano^rapn) relil(d
industry
Noun* that the .selection of v
ginia Kay as the aite of ih e*j
Laboratory would give M.ami |k
opportunity t.. pia> a
ui oceanography research, \<".
wiark .said ih*t Miami mutt <
..-.i> to support lb* lonji-rana
: am 11 making lai :- a,. .
to allied heflimlliu
' The legal structure :
ang of tp< aa land at uii
- be earned out undrr ov
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be necessary to cr< ite an at
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9> k*%i\l fhrail ill
F-aqe 3-U
Beth Torah Named
Recipient of United
Synagogue Award
p.. ih Torah ongregation of
North Miami Beach has been
named the rocipionl of the Solomon
Schechter Award of the United
Synagogue of America for the best
youth program amons the larger
congregations affiliated with the
Conservative lynagogne group. The
ward will be presented at the na-
tional biennial convention of the
i nited Synagogue t be held Sun
daj through Thuraday in Kiametha
Lake, NY
Beth David Congregation receiv-
ed honorable menlion in the awards
program for ill outstanding adult
education activities
Issues on the agenda of the five-
da) conclave include the war in
Viet NaBQ, continued tensions in
the Middle Fast and Negro Jewish
relations.
Isratl Foreign Minuter Abba
Eban, who will address the con-
vention on Wednesday, will re-
ceive a special award from the
United Synagogue.
Among the delegates from the
r Miami area dated to at
tern! the convention arc Mr and
Mrs Phillip Schiff, Both David
Congregation, president, Southeast
Region, tinted Synagogue of Amer
< ,i Kabbi Allen Itutchik, director.
Southeast Region; Mr and Mrs
Kalph Fi-tel. Temple "r Olom; Ja-
cob Monilov.it/ and Kabbi and Mis
Dai ill Shapiro, Temple Sinai, Hoi-
lywood; Kabbi Charles Kubel. and
Edward, Ooldberg, Congregation
B'nai Raphael: Raymond Book-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden,
Milton llonistein. Kabbi and Mrs
Max l-ipochu/. Max Hotht-nbt-rg
and Marshall Baltucb. Beth Torah
Congregation; and Mr and Mr*,
lerrj Susaman, Temple Menorah
Postal Auxiliary Plans Dance
Won.an's Auxiliary to l.ocal 172
I'nited Federation of Postal Clerks
ot Miami, is sponsoring a Veterans'
Daj dance Saturday evenini
Bayfronl Park Aiidiloriura start
i p m.. the affair will fea
continuous music In charge of
- are Mis Bertha Faiier and
for HOLIDAY
^and Everyday
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II your meat and fowl
Ce, Dui&uwi Crvafasi baU
Schtvartzman To Be Cited
For Education Service
PLANNING COMMITTEE for the Mayor Chuck Hall Schol-
arship Golt Tournament alter a meeting on the Nov. 29
event to be held at the Diplomat Country Club. Mia:ni
Beach Councilman Leonard Weinstem (lett) shows the
group the entry oi Sam Schwartz (second trom right). Also
in the photo are (left to right): Robert Hartnett, Dr. Kiciiard
Schwartz and lamps Levenson. The Tournament is x
led to raise $40,000 for the Hebrew Acadt
Israeli Cancer Expert To Be Guest At
Weizmann Institute Committee Meeting
Dr Isaac Berenblum, interna-
tional!) renowned cancer expert.
who is the head ol the Department
of Experimental Biology of the
Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehovot, Israel, will be the guest
ol honor on Now IB at 8:30 p.m
at a reception tendered by Mr and
Mr.s. Myron H Cohen at their home
in Seacoast Towers Fast
Dr Berenblum will discuss in
formally the cause and prevention
of cancer, which is the subject of
his new book. "Cancer Research
Today" just published by Perga-
mon Press The noted cancer re-
searcher, who is a member ol the
IiVii Saks Attends
Druggist Conclave
Ben saKs. secretary manager ot
the Southeast Florida Pharmaceu
deal Association an.I directoi of
public relations for Rho Pi Phi
Pharmaceutical Fraternity Inter
ve in both cqpaci
.. 89th annual convention
,ii the Nat oi al \--o< lation >t Re
tail Druggists held in Ho is
11 \ la~! week Mr Saks served
on the resolutions committee lor
the N.r.oi i ciation I Phar
in.i.is!- an I at n asti r ol i en
n inn. heon ol Rho Pi
Phi It onal
\ tional Vss iciation
t.nl Druj gists met in Miami B< a< h
in l-.il and ii is hoped they may
convene there again \n invitation
tu bring the convention here after
Boston in i'K>8 was extended by
Jack Davis ol th. Executive Com
mittee, Southeast Florida Ihaiiiia
ceutical Association
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The reception on Xov 16 is one
of a series of undertakings on the
work ol the Weizmann Institute ol
Science planned by the Greater
Miami Commitee for the Weizmann
institute oi Science, oi which Louis
roller is the chairman.
The reception will also welcome
home Mr and Mrs Harry Frankel
from a -i\ weeks' trip to Israel.
While in Israel, Mr Frankel at
tended a meeting of the Board ol
Governors of the Weizmann Insti-
tute, ol which he is a member.
Dr. Berenblum, who has lectured
extensively throughout the world
and has received a number <>f
awards, has come to the United
states t> attend a number ol scien
ii. conferences
Louis Schw art/man. executive di-
re, lor of the Bureau of la-wish
Education, will be honoied by lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Jewish
communit) al the Bureau's 26th
annual dinner Not 1!' al the Dip-
on.a' Hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, president
ol the (Jreater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will pay tribute to Mr.
Schwartzman for his ih years ol
dedicated educational service to
the community.
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
I will install the newly elected offi-
cers of the Bureau.
The invocation will be by Rabbi
Sol landau of Beth David Congre-
gation; grace alter meals by Kabbi
Morton Malavsky of Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood, and the dos-
ing benediction will be uttered by
Rabbi Daniel Pranzel of Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach
Officers to be installed include:
Albert K. Ossip, president. Leonard
/.illicit. Al Sherman. Mendell M
Selig, and Melvyn B. Frumkcs.
vice presidents; .lack Katzman, sec
retary, and Oscar Member treaa-
urn
The proceeds Of the dinner will
go to the Bureau's central Hebrew
High School and College of Jewish
Studies Mr Zilbert is chairman of
me event and cochairmen Include
Mis Jack Katzman and Joseph
Cohen, the Bureau's honorary pies
ident.
A program Ol entertainment and
-on,: has been scheduled. Music
and dancing will be under the di-
rection ol Irving Pietrack and his
orchestra.
Jewish Book Month Marked
in observance ol Jewish Book
Month, the Wedoeadaj noon mem-
bership luncheon of Beth Kodesh
Sisterhood will feature a book re
view,
For the occasion, Rabbi Max Sha
piro Will lev lew "The Jew Bud
bs Bernard Malamud.
touts scMwaarzMAN
Ritual Antiques To
lie Auctioned By
Plaza Galleries
Jewish ritual objects ol gold, sil-
ver, pewter and brass lioni the COl
lections of Herman Lowentha and
others will be offered tor sale .'t
auction Thursday at the Plaza \r\
Galleries, Inc 4 Fast 79th St
New York Cltj
The items will be exhibited from
9 a.m to 4:45 p.m. Monday from
9 a in. to 7:45 p.m. Tuesday and
from it a in to 4.45 p.m. Wednes-
day
The Jewi-h ritual objects, rep-
resenting the 16th through the 19th
centuries, conic from Eastern and
Central Europe. North Africa and
the Mediterranean countries
Included are Torah crowns, fin-
i.ils. breastplates, pointers. Chanu
kah menorahs, Sabbath lamps. Me-
-illah scrolls. Ketuvas, Etrog con-
tainers, manuscripts, Shofars, ->
lor and circumcision trays and
other objects
The sale will be conducted bj
,ird P and William II 0 Ri
1\. auctionei
Stairway to Stars luncheon
\ World ot Black and White
will be the theme al the annual
: way to the Stars luncheon to
iven b) Temple Menorah Sis
teihood in tin' ne Hilton Stal
Hotel Jan 10th Mrs Jack Si
is heading the committee in cha
of the affair
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*km*t-H Friday. .'.'
, National Officer to Address Hadassah
What s Coding j (jroups Here; Miami Chapter Units Meet
* .....r., c............,,,., Gc:al.iS.lti-..s^c-Hl-p.^r Mrs.
man of the luiu-hi n .- m.
Oilman.

Braised sauerkraut is of German origin and is very popular
there. It is especially welcome during chilly November clays when
it is apt to touch the right spot.
Rice kutfel is a novel chamu when one tire* of the traditkmal
and rather heavy noodle puddings.
BRAISED SAUERKRAUT
1 teaspoon caraway seeds
Sugar to taste
m cup water (more if needed)
' lb. butter
2 lbs. sauerkraut, drained
and washed if too sour
1 onion, minced
1 large apple, minced
Salt and pepper to taste
Melt butter, add onion and when translucent add sauerkraut;
and continue to fry slowly, stirring Often When slightly
. Id rest ol ingredients replace cover and simmer one
hour.
RICE KUGEL
cup igar, well pai i
t cup rai: -
. cup melted butter
J cups :
4 cups water
; < aspoons sail
separated
Bring ncc. salt and water to a boil. Mir once with a fork,
covtr and simmer over werj low heal 12 minutes. Remove trom
heat and let stand about 5 minutes Do not peck while rice is
Beat the egg yolks with sugar until pale yellow, add
to rice, together with raisins and melted butter or margarine:
I well and fold in egg whites beaten until it holds a peak
Bake in greased casserole 30 minutes in 330 degree oven or until
brown.
Here is another column on Salads.
COTTAGE CHEESE-PINEAPPLE-BANANAMELON SALAD
Watermelon balls and
melon balls
2 cups broken salad greens
h lb. pot cheese
': can pineapple chunks or
fresh pineapple chunks
2 bananas
lined with greens; have a row of fresh cubed pineapple or pine-
lined with greens; have a row of fresh cubed oineapple or pine-
apple chunks, a row of melon balls, a row of bananas, sliced or
in chunks, a row of watermelon balls and repeat.
Salad dressing: A little mayonnaise, topped with paprika
Variations: French dressing without garlic. French dressing with
a small amount of Roquefort cheese. French dressing with lemon
or orange juice instead of vinegar. You can use chopped walnuts
on the salad or in the dressing. Garnish with fresh mint if ob-
tainable.
BEET SALAD AMD HORSERADISH MOLD
2 packages lime or lemon
jello
2 cups shoe string beets or
boiled beets chopped
i cup beet juice
1 cup water
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 tablespoon sugar (optional)
2 tablespoons grated
horseradish
1 teaspoon salt
' cup minced celery
U cup minced cucumber
1 tablespoon grated onion
1 head lettuce broken into
pieces
Drain beets; add water to make Vi cups, let it come to a boil
and dissolve jello in it. Add vinegar, salt and sugar and chill until
mixture begins to thicken. Add rest of ingredients and pour into a
mold. Refrigerate until set I'nmold on lettuce; serve with mayon-
naise to which 1 tablespoon horseradish has been added or may
onnaise to which 'i cup drained shredded cucumber. 1 tablespoon
vinegar and teaspoon salt has been added.
Squash originated in America It was a common croD alone
with the pumpkin of the American Indian Select squash that is
heavy for its size and free from blemish Summer squash is
best when young.
STEAMED ZUCCHINI
1 spray dill
2 tablespoons sour cream
mixed with 1 teaspoon flour
3 small zucchini
2 tablespoons butter
salt and pepper to taste
' i tablespoon lemon juice
If zucchini not very young, peel: cut off ends, slice i-inch
thick Steam, covered with 2 tablespoons butter, salt and Depper
When nearly done, crisp, add lemon juice and dill When done,
add sour cream mixed with 1 teaspoon flour and let it come to
a boil.
STEAMED SQUASH
1 teaspoon salt
k teaspoon pepper
3 young tender summer
squash
2 tablespoons butter
Do not peel young tender squash. Cut off ends. Tut into
licet or cubes; steam, covered, in butter. Add salt and pepper
Cook 10 minutes Variation: Place squash in small amount of
boiling water. Cover and cook slowly 15 minutes Uncover and
boil rapidly to let water evaporate and ma-h
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tional vuc president ol Hada
will speak to four locsl
Miami Chapter of Hada-sali Mriva,
Chai. Menora and Naomi
luncheon Monday at Kings Baj
Country Club.
Mrs Spector. of Brookline. Mass
is one of Hadassah's eighl i"
nent representatives on the World
Action.- Committee, and i- national
trice chairman ol the Women's Di
vision ol the United Jewish \
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A\ i\ a i ioes Las Vegas
the theme ol a garni i
sored by the Aviva Group I Sal
day night, Nov. 18 al 11504 >.\
79th St. Mrs. Hurt Kfareis i< sen
ing as chairman ol the event and
tunds raised will go toward the re
ouildin^ ot the Hadassah Hospital
>n Mt Scopus.

Albert Einstein Group participal
?d in a Youth Aliyah brunch at the
Algiers Hotel Guest speaker was
Mrs Samuel Sakrais Mr- Helei
Friedman played piano for the pi
gram and fashion show Chairman
of the function was Mr- Max El
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Tha Manor ah Group pi a n s .,
membership coffee tor Thursday,
Nov. 16. Prospective members and
sponsors are invited to attend the
coifee at he home ol Mrs Leonard
Brodsky, 10729 SW 72nd \v<
Mt. Scopus Group will lunch at
the Biacayne Terrace Hotel Tfcurs
day, Nov. 16 Speaking at the
Youth Aliyah luncheon will be Sam
Heiman. a Zionist who recentlv re
turned from Israel Also on the
program will be Miss Syd Skolskj
in her "One Woman Show Mrs
Morns Launu is chairmai
Youth Aliyah
The newl) formed Mayim Group
will hear Mr- Ralp Demar.
Youth Aliyah chairman speak al
the Monaaj met tins in ihi si l
and crafts room al Poinl I-:..-; Als..
planned is a sale ol h im< made
mods. Mr- Joseph M I
idem of t...
Naomi Group will present ai
tion pre sale al the 3 ; n M
meeting al the V\l YWH \
Svv 8th St More than l
' -. women an I
' lothing, shot bags j< welrj.
toys beauty shoj i i
gill certificates will bi
ceeds will bi combim I with I
irom the mam aui
to Youth Aliyah
The fund-raisii ent, the
Youth Aliyah auction, will
at Hillel House. ii>i Miller Dr
"day, Not 29 Mrs I K.
nick ,- i ooi dinator
Eleanor Roosev.it Group will
feature a musical pi .,
0V. 1. ... .,; n
the auditorium
16800 NE H'. >;,
Dickman and Dick v..
eatei Miami Mand
ura, w.ii entertain Mrs i
idem ol th.
Uriel "' '"' "'
The group will sponsor it
nual dessert-card part) on Thurs
"*> NOV. 16 at noon in ,hl .,
auditorium
Tare* Group w.ll have a ,
uncbeon at the Miami Spnniu Vi
! 'Mayhou-e Monday H? Mr!
Gerald SajtX a-s gucal ,
Soltz i- pasl presidenl ol Honda
: Hadassah and I member
ien ce board of
I:,, l ,nh Aliyah lunch
eon Will also feature a fashion ihOW
S inrise to Sunsel The group
Will honor Mrs Harry May, the
woman in the Miami Chapter
l0 I | Diamond Ima." a
covet d awar I n Ha lassah Chair
The Chaim Weiimnr
d I new Y ut| \.
.,; its Nov. 6 general me-
C.,rnenerV"Hll Pros*!,
man .- Mrs Harry Komi,,
Ogp
air-
Sisterhood To Meet Monday
A regular meeting ol
Mocha Sisterhood wili be he
lay. 8 p.in in the I
Hall A review of rh,
Chosen will he give;; bj |
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Black And White
tllC lAJontcm S lAJorlJ Fashion Show Set
ije wish Floridian
\:
1967
Pa-
Lillian Goodman Elected President Of
Israel Aid Council Of South Florida
Mi.. Lillian r.oodman. Miami
r,, ii immunal leader identified
with :' nipporl ol larael since kta
incei '' Q, ha been elected presi
denl i lbs W hi en'l Division of
the > th Florida Council on Med-
ical S< nrlcea ar.d \'ocational Train-
in, ii larael.
Hi election as announced on
Wedi day by Jacob Hifkin. chair
mar Ol the S > Ith Florida Council.
A resident >l Dade County for
more 'han 20 yean, Miss tiood
man a member of a St. Louis
family long in the forefront of Zi-
onist ..uses A Hadassah group is
named after her brother, the late
I. K Mill ;oodman is treasurer of the
Souti lorida Zionist Council and
serve d from 1980 until 1WJ3 as
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hariassah. She was
president, of a Hadassah group for
fivi v. an prior to assuming the
chat .i r post
Mis: Goodman also is vice presi-
dent oi Ibe Indian Creek Division
of thi National ( ouncil of Jewish
Worn* :i an officer of the Women's
Dlvia on of the American Friends
of Hebrew University and of the
American Tethnion Society, past
matron of the St Louis Chapter of
Eastern Star Toiah Fund chair
man of Temple F.manu-El Slater
hood and a;: active leader for the
YM VWHA oi Greater Miami and
the 1-aeJ Bond* Organization She
A Black and White (ash on show
will top off the Temple Judea Sis
terhood luncheon Wednesdaj at 11
a in in the Temple Social Hall.
Modeling the clothes will be the
loliowtng members of the Sister-
hood MeadajBuu Sonya Balocn,
Eunice Brill, Zelda Harrison, Susan
Helfman, Grace Jacobs. Flo Ja
obaon, Barbara Kalish, Barbara
Keyes and Audrey Komrad. Also
modeling are Doris Langer, Sally
ei. Bai bai .i I oeb, Mai ilyn
ilodell, S phle Pinsley, R ul h
schwartz, Florence Stein. Pat
Strawgate, Jerry Weinstein and
Meanue iVUensxy loordinatoi oi
he show will be Ricky Goodman.
Mrs Richard Horwich is presi
dent of the Sisterhood and Mrs
tiarold Jailer is program coordi-
nator for the event. Reservation
are being handled by Mrs Paul
Gdlow and Mrs. Hyman Belkin. i
*
MISS LILLIAN GOODMAH
was honored by the Israel Bond or-
ganization for her leadership in
Greater Miami three years ago at
the annual Hadassah Israel Bonds
luncheon.
Beth El Ladies luncheon
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Kl resumes its monthly lunch-
eon and card parties beginning on
Tuesday at 12:30 pin. at the tern
pie
LEBEDICKER BRANCH Of FARBAND
Gala Concert & Collation
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 8 P.M.
AT THE ALGIERS HOTEL
. sat 36rh Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
with Eminent Artists
Coloratura Soprano IRIS LANE
Star f the Jewish Art Theatre MICHL GIBSON
Fj~ous Israeli Composer SHMUEL FERSHKO
Folk Vioninisf OSCAR SHAPIRO
Accompanist: ESTHER BARRETT
Me^-ers Zy nbufion $1.50
Israel Education
Is Topic for Talk
By Mr. Geiger
Mrs Kdvthe H. Geiger. South-
east Regional director. American
Friends oi the Hebrew University,
will speak on "Higher Kducation
in Israel" at a Beth Am breakfast
on Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.
The Sunday morning congrega
tion breakfast series is sponsored
by the Brotherhood, with Dr Max
well Dauer. Brotherhood vice pres
ident. in charge of programing.
Mrs. Geiger attended the Univer-
sity of Chicago and graduated from
John Marshall Law School in New
York As a WAC in World War II.
she worked with refugee children
enroute to Palestine She lived ir.
Israel for six years.
MRS. EDYTHE GEIGER
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This Plan is known as the H.R. 10 or Keogh Plan. Your money and the interest it earns is not
taxable until retirement; then only as the income is received. The maximum allowable con-
tribution is 10'.; of income or S2.500. whichever is less.* Below is a condensed example oT
the tax savings with a Manufacturers Life Keogh Plan for a married man aged 45 witn two
children and an income of SI5.000 in the 22% tax bracket
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Annual Income lax..........
Net Amount Saved..........
Accumulated Saving* to Age 65
Ordinary Savings
Plan
S 1.000
S 220
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(Assuming l'
ImsraM toss tax)
Net advantage of Keogh ptaa oer ordinary ptaa
I alter taxes. over IS years life expectancy).
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Representative
MIAMI
Tel: 371-6645
INSURANCE COMPANY
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JAPANESE GARDEN setting It connection with the annual
Jubilee Ball of Mount Sinai Hospital is viewed by Mrs.
Yale Levinson (lett), president of the Auxiliary; Mrs. I
r'aske. (center), cocharrman of the Ball Committee; ana
Mrs. Edward Cowen, representative of the Founders Club
ta the Ball which will be held Dec. 16 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(CONSERVATIVE)
ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION OF LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
FOR THE 1967-08 SEASON
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Preach On
"TO BUILD IS TO BE REBUILT"
A Special Message on the Occasion of the
Dedication of the New Social Hall-School Building
Cantor Zvi Adler Will Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the Direction of Mr. Eli Samuels
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a business
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social necessity:
The largest single soorte of information of its kind!
1. Ths 19fin Calendar <>f Events carries thousands <>f
il;ili> listings include everything from football to
fashion luncheon*, civic meeting** to concerts, boxing
to ballet, i We'll gladly list your organization's events
here too. >
2. With the Calendar, you knoic what's going on!
3. With it. you also prtuint scheduling functions of your
own on dates that are overloaded. For our subacrib-
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datra one quick phone call, and we'll check it out
for you.)
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1968 CALENDAR of EVENTS
for South Florida
1968 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Ten Southeast Tenth Street. Miami Florida 33Ul
I enclose check for $ tt 110.00 per copy
(tl and postage is included it check, accompanies order)
Please bill me 1 IS 110 7S pei copy
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A reception (tee at the 1
brought
E! : I Sunday 1
ling. Show to nq

A. L
Emanu-EI Launches Women's Institute,
Theme Will Be Jerusalem of Gold'
Tern] El annoum
o i n's [nsi
- the 1967-6S
Jerusalem of
. will bo held >
Tm rning li 14th
Ihro Yl The first hour.
.. :: will incllldl
Beach ItR Meeting
Features Speakers
and Entertainment
v .' entering ts 22nd year, the
h B'nai B'rtth Lodge
Di Lido
Hole
Feal w ill be
k a ho will speak on
N ith "v-aniza-
\cti v. Fink is a past
resi lent ot the l >dg< and a (or-
ie So ithern Flor-
BBYO II. is al9o a member of
the i knti-Deil
lion Lea I 01
;.
All -i will be the
10 Will 1
number I dances, and pi
Mrs Xga Bibor Stern.
iM.hi i progi..::; hi]
cluck n on the Hiflel
Kou than 2bo col-
ersity i ampusei b>
i ient.
n Aid. chair.nan.
.
Urban League Dinner Set
Dr Samuel I1 Proefoir will be
i at ninth an
ter Miami L'i
ut>-> r\ ance of Kqual
I the
tel Mr- Lou I
G .i- inn president of the
Leas B attend.
at :hr dfnhfer
Judge ttronson at Coniab
Judge Sidnex Kfronson wa
I .irti ipanl in the international
i invention meeting of judges of
hi I last
month \< v thi
er of
the
and chairman dl the
comm itti
'..i v .
NMB County National Bank
Holding Open House Week
1 County Bank of
Ninth Miami B will mark its
' ith........t sen com-
next we k b) hotdini
"p'' ;a*;on for the en
tire eeeh from Mondaj through
Kridax. it was announced bx H
.rd I) Brooks, president.
Daring regular banking hours
c!:30 a ,n to 2 p.m. d.nix and ackli
tienally on Friday from 5-7 p.m.)
residents of the community are in
it. I to visit the bank at 791 N'E
JnTth St Refreshments xxill be
served, and door prizes and chil-
dren's gifts xx "H be distributer!
tier's Hel
brew, and adx an< i I 'at
members are Myei S
i"ional directo Mrs v u
Mrs Faj F<
The -
will leal in a Brun< h w ith the
informi
Dr Irving Lei
- t a series ol
These \x;!l be held Nox '.4 De< 5
Feb 27
In addition, the secon ho i will
|
hour of films, lectun -
cussions on the Holy i the
The adult education i i
\vh:eh the Women's li
d b) the Sisterhood 1- a j>art.
features a book n view series s
morning bi i akia si I
home sttldy cifi lea Mr- 11
Struhl and Mrs Marie Stone are
co-chairmen of the In-:
Chabner Reelected
Beth El President
Ih man Chabner been re
i lecu d 1 serve as 'of
ngrcgal
the i
If Chabnei
f the Great
\--ociation : li years
He In the Hi brew A<
emy of Greater Miami, thi
Miami Hebrcu r
I
i.-h Keder.
Other officers elected include
Ben Boskin and Ai Man

treasuri norarj life ptesi
dent: Joseph Rotenberg recoi
e taffy; I9dward Stauber, edi
in secretary and Sam Phil
lips financial -
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Boat Ride IKnner
Asthn
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restau
1300 \w T:h A\i on rues
da.) al 7

;:.,.:, u.v ,.. duct till
business affa i ol the chapt
Fi ature of the evening will i
Soapj Opereta" bj Mrs v
Greehfeder. c-hafiman
On Saturday No) 18, -.'. 7 p.m..
members ter will b>
the Jungle Queen II at Mai
Dot ks for dinner I t audo llle re
vue and dancing under Ihe stars
Transport I '' '
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: Mrs John P Kex si
men
l':i sidi
Mi Ernest Hart -
.- Mrs Sidi > Hai ris *ays
Mrs Gi raid
K
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Emanu-EI Services
Dedicate New Hall
n honor
of the di
buikfii
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inch l< ti mple
I
Si stern
Her'." v Shaph*0 president of
Brotherhood: Mr- Donald M Ar
thur. president. Pare I
\-- < /on: Harry A Lev;, p
dent of the Temple P\
Schatzman. presMent of thi F
niner : and Bruce Sinsor pn
dent of the Senior 1 ted Syt
ae Youth Croup
to got the,
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To Install New Leaders at Luncheon
Beach Ch
has
Ai ncs la> N >v 22
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Elizabeth Rtchnt
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[li M' etta Blrnl
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chefs a ..e ca.e
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. ON HALLOWEEN THE WITCHES FLY
Not witches hut Hippies flew over to Sandy
and Nonnan Share's house for a wild Hippie
costume party They were greeted at the door
by Sandy looking lovely in a conventional hostess
gown but Norman was a Moisna Dayan .lai Alai
player The party spread from inside to out on
the patio The juke box was going like mad and
streamers and balloons lestooncd everything the
crowd played all kinds of games. Including bob-
bing for apples and musical chairs without the
chairs They did take time out for a marvelous
barbecue steak dinner
The costumes were beyond description M
well as imagination AI Rosen came as a topless
waltrcs and his wife Beverly was the bottomless
Carol Mosington was Charlie Chaplin even to
tin shoes on backwards and her husband Hiehard
was a carbon copy of Theda Bara One set of pro
testors with indescribable signs on their backs
wore Bob and Marlene .lo*efberg and Daniel and
Beverly Pearson DeVOTly's aif>- was a striped
paper one and she pointed her body to match it.
The Hippie wedding part) was a not Dr
II..; Taylor wu the bride and GMT) Seligman the
groom Beat man was Paul Ruttenberg The three
flower '-iris were Linda Taylor, Joan Seligman
and Rock) R Goldilocks and the ihree
were much in evidence Herbert Frcund
Goldilocks and Marilyn F'reund, Bobb) and
rd Bei W were the 'inre bi ai s Hallo
;- ,, real sea on foi Hippies rhej don t seem so
if place s itches and host
FOUR TIMES A WINNER
No rain at the Auburn Miami football game
.lust |nts a excited r< iple fee real because
tl Miami Hurncani were great Bob and Pi
I non sal nexl to the Stuart Jacobs The first
q tei was devoted exclu vel) lo hot dogs,
drmk> and peanuts Then the) settled down. In
front of them were Irwin and Joan Sawitz and in
front "I Ihom were the Joe Gassons Mr and Mrs
Melvm Becker were off to the left side and be
hind them wire Dorothy and Martin Spector
Sidnej Aronowiti \m. there with a tall good
looking, may haired man It's ea-> to till that our
seats are now on the North side Instead of the
South side in the Grange Bowl I got so interested
in the game that l forgo! to look at the other
Bide through my glasses t....... who was there.
Meanwhile up in Gainesville those Gator fans
were having i ball Homi weekend was
- amped with Miamiani At the TE.P House for
lunch were I i Mrs R i I M M
Mrs Bob Se al. Mi and Mrs Vit Furman and
l' md Mrs arl Baun ami I th
Growl th went to the I i D
1 e waa
so much noise an.: t As
aces
er had trouble tiding to find space lo listen to
Ihc Miami game on his radio He finally found a
little room on the floor in the corner His wife
and the young Kanners. 1*1*1 la and Marcia stood
righl over him Art and Burton Kahn and their
suns were there. Iris and Jack Furman. Saul and
Myrna Cohan. Richard and I.eta Behren and
Marvin and Berhara Haven were also at Home-
coming.
MOD! MOD! MOD!
It was a gay and happy Founders Pay Lunch-
In for Alpha Epsilon Phi pledges, actives and
alumnae at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club.
Klowerpowcr, huge paper flowers in all colors
wire decorations. Of course the real decorations
were the young pledges who looked so enchanting
In their short skirts, long hair and vouth. youth,
youth. Bea. (Mrs. I Ml Weinstein. patroness of
Alpha Kta expressed the sentiments of some of
the alumnae when she confided to her husband
"Red," that for Ihe first tune she decided that she
was an antique and belonged on the shelf. There
were prises Jud) (Mrs Arthur) Gilbert had a
rape measure and gave Bebb) /.omlcffa the prize
for having the shortest miniskirt .loan (Mrs
En ene Bloom gol the prize for having the
youngest sororit) legacy, a two month baby girl
a Mrs s Ronald Pallol bad on white pa
her boots thai dldn'l anywhere near
up lo her short while pleated skirt Mrs
won a prize foi bein the youngest
Is Ihe mother of Mrs Moi ris
I ihc da) looki
ripe- Pi Fran Mr Bud Lev)
a In1 like a pi i sidcnl w i'h an
i) h.,i lied under her chin Mrs
e) li'.'is had as hei house guest hei sistei
in-law from Chicago, Mrs Samuel Cohon Mrs
ii was talking to Sue iMrs Richard) Helfman
r folks, Add) .mil Herb Sherman are good
f.lends of the Cohons in < hicago i aroline (Mrs
Jeromei Halpern waa proudly introducing her
liter Minette, .I pledge who looked adorable
.i wisp o| .m orange dress Enjoying the A E
I'lu pie 'all green and white whipped cream)
wen- Mrs Daniel Franco, Mis Samuel Gray,
Mis stanle) Roth, Miss Jndy Moorin, Mrs Nor
Brown Mrs Howard Katzen, Mis Charles
Finkelstein Mrs Howard Planet and Mrs Robert
Wernei Mikki Mrs Morris) Puternick who is
expecting a little angel soon looked just like an
liersell Dr Ma) A Brunson Dean of Girls
the University of Miami was showing her
bracelet to her luncheon partners it was thlr
one representing one ol Ihe
the campus It was a wonderful
.: in
Frances Lehman
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Units
Plan Films, Book Reviews Next Week
The Miami Be.ah Chapter of
Hadassah groups have -et a va-
riety ol programs for November
meetings scheduled lo DC held next
week
TluForte Towers Group w ill hold
its regular meeting on Monda) at
12:30 p m in the North Building
Auditorium "The Boston Strati-
gler" will i>c reviewed by Sara
Helfand, Mrs Frances M. Sass is
president, and Mrs Ida S Klite is
program chairman.
The Emma Lazarus Group will
hold its meeting Monday at noon
in the Algiers Hotel The new film.
'The Goal is Peace." will be
shown Mrs Henrietta Fine is pres-
ident.
I lie Southgate Group will hold
its moating on hiesda) al l p.m
in the lei race Room Mr- Henrv
Schwartz will narrate "Israel's
Fines! Houi and Mi Samuel
Goldberg will entertain Mrs Max
Coher is pri iident.
The Shaloma Group w \\ meet on
da) no in al he \1 iei li
k lunchi on w ill be sen ed
ii speaker w:ll iw M rs ;
1 i- Mrs Cclia Beckerman
,i.n
The Bay Harbor Group will hold
it- regular luncheon meet
the Balmoral Hotel on Monday, at
noon Louis Schwartzman, execu
live director ot the Bureau nf Jev
i-h Education, will present in slide -
the life and times of the Bal Shei
Tov." Mrs Benjamin Stcinnuille
- president.
The Morton Towers Group m
hold its meeting ul 11:40 am. on
Tuesday, at the Algiers Hot*
Brunch Will lie served, and the pri
gram will include a book review
by Mis Murra) Pnmak of "Hop
is my House Mrs Kinaiiu. t
Mcntz is president ol the group an
Mrs. Rattle Wagner is pro^i
chairman.
The I. R. Goodman Business and
Professional Group will meet on
Wednesday evening at the Miami
Beach Federal, 8th st and Wash
ington Ave. In honor of Jew
Book Month Mrs Keulah Davis
membership vice president, \> .11 re
view "Agrippa's Daughter." b)
Howard Fast Future plans call f< i
the group's "Mad Hatters Lunch
eon slated for Sunday. Dec
11 30 a in al Ihe Forte Towei Ri -
tain ant In ( hat ge ol reset vi lio
j Mi lean Fi ankel. fund ra -
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State Attorney Gerstein
Launches Zamora Series
t it
ii inn al 1'cinpl
Zamora will be held on Wednesda)
al H p 111 I he series is spoil
b) the Temple, the Sistei I
be Mei i lub.
The gui >l speaker at Ihc iir-r
forum w li be Mate Attorney R i
ard Gerstein.
Jewish Books Are
In Ml Exhibition
I; ii q| Jev -'. Book M
Otto Hat i adult Jewish
educatiun chairman, B'nai it nth
Women District 5, presented a dis
pla> of Jewish books al tin Mi
Council meeting on Nov 2 at 11ills.-1
House
The -anie dispia) will be pre
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May 1 Have .>
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on Thursday, Nov l the ex-
hibit will be on dlspla) .it the
eral meeting ol the Broward
North Dade Council.
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Dinners, luncheons, weddings, parties
club meetings, confirmations, all in
settings of splendour... all at costs
tailored exactly to suit your taste.
Call for your own tour of facilities.
Novel l> \{v\ iewed
By Rabbi Labovitz
For Opti-Mrs. Club
Thi ig novel. "1 he
Chosen" b) Chaun Potok, will be
review b) Dr. Eugene Labovitz, ol
Temple Ner l'am. rs ol
the Opti-Mrs. Club ot Miami Beach
at a luncheon meeting Tuesda) at
11:30 a m in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Lawrence A Weston i- pro-
gram chairman, and Mrs Edwin
Henig is m charge ol reservations
The business agenda will include
the distribution of ticket- tor the
tliibs annual fund raisin- dinner
dance starring Harrj Belafonte at
tlic new Hilton Statler Hotel Fri-
day evening, Dec. 9 Mrs Murray
Sonnetl will serve ;is chairman of
the affair, and in charge of reser-
vations will Ik' ticket chairman.
Mrs. Irving Kern
All proceeds go towards main
tabling scholarships for emotional
I) disturbed children of the Man-
tanari Clinical School Mrs Frank
Nankin is president of the club
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Dr. Isaac Unterman will be guest
speaker at the bi-monthly lecture
of the I I. Pereti Workmen's
Circle Schools, on Tuesday, at 8
p.m at 1545 s\v 3rd st His topic
w ill be The Kabalah
Mr and Mrs Simon Synder will
host the evening, and Mas Gleiber
man will li ad m communit)
infl of Jewish folk son
HE'S BACK!
We're pleased to announce the return
of James "Jimmy" l)e Nicola to our
staff and his appointment as catering
man finer. Hell be thrilled to hear
from yon!
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Friday. Nove.-r.oer

KM A
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Rhea Goldfarb is the orisinal human dynamo Born
and brought up in New York she lived there all of her
life. A widow with three children she expanded a small
garage into big business Will
Mbied she saw to it that the
business went smoothly and that
all three children had a happy
and secure home life. The daugh-
ters are Sylvia, now Mrs George
Gordon, and Honey, now Mrs. E.
Albert Pallot Both live here Her
son Tony who is married. lives in
New York. When the children were
set in their own way of life Rhea
married William Goldfarb. a ver-
bal, vibrant person whose per-
sonality meshed well with hers.
They were supremely happy for twelve years.
When Mr Goldfarb died Rhea came to Miami Beach.
She had been in love with Florida for many years, com-
ing down for vacations. She has trained herself not to
live in the past but to live in the wonderful present and
glorious future. So seven years ago when she came here
to live, she threw herself into the life of her new com-
munity with all of the bubbling enthusiasm that is part
of her makeup, part of her attractive outgoing personality
She has seven grandchildren and five and a half great-
grandchildren Practically a child bride she was a grand-
mother at forty. The real Rhea loves to talk a mile a
mgiute. She talks about her tastily, her friends, current
events, just about everything. But she does not talk about
herself. She likes people and gives of herself to make their
lives just a little bit happier. To put it in a nutshell she
befriends people
Her daughters call her the busy little bee and that they have to* make an appointment to spend time
with her. Her son-in law, Al Pallot says that she is an
ideal mother-in-law. Its quite a tribute when daughters
say that she is a difficult person to live up to and they
only hope that they will be the same kind of mother,
grandmother and great grandmother that she is.
Rhea plays bridge, canasta, crochets, is alwavs on the
go taking in concerts, operas and movies. She loves her
temple. Temple Beth Sholom. is active in the Brandeis
Chapter of Hadassah. and B'nai Brith Chapter 787 But
she is headover-heels dedicated to Brandeis University
National Women's Committee.
In her position as membership chairman she has done
an outstanding job. Coupled with Life Membership chair-
manship, to anyone else the prospect would seem mountain-
ous. But to Rhea with that little twinkle in her eye and
her attitude that Gods in His Heaven, all's weil with
the world, getting new members has been a pleasure and
a challenge.
So Rhea will continue to talk a mile a minute about
everything under the sun but herself. And everybody
under the sun will continue to know that Rhea s deeds
speak for themselves.
MISS JACQUUM WINN
Jacqueline W inn.
Sidney Hubermas
Engaged 7 o 0 ed
Mayor and %irs Sherman S
Kinn of 35 ME 131st St, North Mi-
ami, announce the engagement of
I their daughter. Jacqueline Ann. to
(Wenn Walker Huberman. MB of
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Huberman of
701 W. 47th St. Miami Beach.
Jacqueline attended the I'tuver-
sitj of Tennessee and was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
She is a graduate of Florida
iege ui Medical Techno
Glenn u now attending the Uni-
versity of Florida where he is a
, member of Tau Epsilon Phi social
fraternity. He it an advi ma-
jor and will graduate from the
College of Journalism and Commu-
nications in June
A late summer wedding ii plan
ced
Li. and Mrs. Roth
Married on OcL 21
To Live in Manila
Following a wedding trip to New
Orleans, the former Rosalynd (Lin-
dyj Melion and Lt. Mark S Roth
will live at Clark Air Base Manila.
Philippines
Parents of the brl Mr and
Mrs Robert Melion. 15M SW
102nd Ave. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr and Mn Sej mour Roth
of 2241 NW 172nd Ter where the
wedding ceremony was held on
Saturday. Oct. 21
Lt Roth is a graduate of Hia
i leah Senior High and the Univer-
sity of Miami New Mrs Roth is an
alumna of Miami Senior High and
the University of Miami
Saturday Card Party Planned
Menorah Chapter. B'nai B nth
baa v.ated a card party for Satur
day. 7^30 p.m.. at the Surfside
Haza Hotel Mrs Ella Blumberg
will serve U hostess Chapter pres-
ident is Mn Bertha Woskoff
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reception and
dinner al the Diplomat Country
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Matron of honor was Mrs Veri
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The couple will live in Hay ll.ir
Islands, "ith their children.
Murray Austin, a senior at the
University ol Pennsylvania law
ol; Carolyn, Betsy, and Joel
An son
e Greenberg was recently
coronated a 33rd Dej H Mason, in
Washington. D bv the Supreme
Council of the Scottish Rite for the
Southern Jun-diction ot the United
States and ah., rec cited the hijth-
est honor of the Order of DeMolay.
having had the Honorary legion of
Honor conferred upon him
He is also a past president and
an honorary president of Temple
Beth Shalom, where he servei
tin board of directors nd on the
executive commit!" i
Judge Greenberg is a member of
the American, Florida, Miami
Beach, and Philadelphia Hai Ai
oni sem on the executive
committee of the Sou:h Florida
Federation of the Union "I Am<
can Hebrew Cong -. and is
an associate of the National So-
ciety o( Hoaoreea of IsraeL
mm rwAAf iu*nn
Miss Diane Turhin
To Wed Dr. Mark
A January' wedding
Diane R Turbin and Dr Si
Black of 7701 N. Kendall :
us
The couple's engagem
been announced bj the
bride's parents. Mr and M-
Tuibin. 8856 Garland Avi
Dr Black is the SM
Mrs Max Black |30 8.- i
. radi ate of Indiana 1
,1 School. Dr Black
tain in the I' S fUt For
stationed at Homestead \
Base.
His fiancee i a fradaat- .f Ml
ami Beach Senior High ai
College and i* al pr sent
tared nurse at Mmn I S
rital
Kapner Sworn In Ai Juvenile JimIuc
Mrs Ann Gn isman Rosenberg
as among guests when her son-in-
Lewis fciapnei m aworn in as
judge of the Pain Beach County
Juvenile and Domestic helatiirai
Court recently
Ttn- ceremony was conducted by
Judge Emery .1 \, *-, || jn the
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Beach
Also present w,r. Judge Kap-
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His forced stay indoor-
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Florida Craftsmen Show at :*
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Friday, November 10, 1967
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'rograms Range from Parties to Games
for Beach B'nai B nth Women's Council
SPECIAL committee get together ot the
Women s Cancer League ot Miami Beach
to plan their Premiere Luncheon at the
new Statler-Hilton Hotel on Dec. 19, was
held at the home o! the president. Mrs.
Mcrris Gidnoy, sealed far right. With Mrs.
Gidney are. left to right, chairman ot the
luncheon, Mrs. Frances Linn; her cochair-
man. Mrs. Irving Rubin; chart chairman,
Mrs. George Block; ticket chairman, Mrs.
Martin Wexler; sponsors chairman, Mrs.
Laward L. Cowen; and treasurer, Mrs.
Mi-hael Bright.
MB Cancer League
Sets Aunual Affair
At Stalter-Hilton
The Women s Cncer league of
Miami Beach will hold its annual
l.incheon on Tuesday. Dec 1!' .it
the new Statler Hilton Hotel. The
affair, which last year attracted
(Air 1300 guests, is held for the
benefit of the tumor clinic at
Mount Sinai Hospital.
The league. 01 conjunction uith
the Damon Runyon Foundation,
has contributed over $300000 la
Mount Sinai The funds have been
u>cd to purchase a Cobalt 60 unit.
jj Mamaaoxram and a Magna Scan
nr, highly refined pix-es of equip
ment for uv in the radiotherapy
1 ; .irtment.
Tte' group also supports two re-
, .-- . fients and t >vo fellowships in can-
cer researcn at Mount Sinai; and
ha* pledged the purcbaae of a
l.irear Aecelrrator. one of the new
est picors -of equipment available
in this field, to the hospital.
National AEPhi Marks 58th Year
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mi. >. UVtY, ami MK. M UVITT
Teenagers Honored At
Variety Hospital Tea
Teenage volunteers at Variety
Children'! HoaoitaJ were honored
at the annual awards tea party on
Saturday.
Those who received citation* for
completing 1.000 hours of service
were: Karan Berger. Cynthia
Kutcha. Martha I'rado. and Jeanne
Radford Volunteers with 750 hours
of service are: Kathy Nolan. Ei-
leen Nolan. Clara Spelgel. Barbara
Chicvara. Tina Woolf. Sara .Terrell.
Patty Coury and Linda Forest.
The members ol Alpha F.psilon
Phi National Sorority celebrated
iheir 58th anniversary at a found-
ers day luncheon given by the
Greater Miami Alumnae Associa-
tion at King's Bay Country Club
on (let 28.
Awards were presented to Mrs.
Norman Brown, national vice pres-
ident, "for many years of devoted
service to AEPhi," and to Univer-
sity of Miami Dean of Women,
bay Bruiisoii, "tor serving as a
constant source of guidance, in
spiration and friendship."
Mrs. Brown presented to Presi-
lent Mrs Burton Love) 'lie Out-
standing Alumnae Association
Jommendations Award, which had
.x-cn awarded to the local associa
.ion at the 18th national conven-
tion
Presented with past president (
{avail were: Mrs. Howard Katzen,
Mrs Norman Brown. Mrs Jean C.
Lehman, Mrs. Morris Levitt. Mrs.
Julian Nowbaucr, Mrs. Stanley
Roth, Mrs Harold Stone, and Mrs.
Robert Werner.
Mrs. Morns Levitt was chair-
man of the luncheon.
The ei ht groups of the Miami
'.each Council of B'nai B'rith
n will meet throughout No
ember with musical programs
* ok rc\ iews and card
p
The Chai Chapter regular
ng Tin .i' i Nov. 21, will
e li Id at the Dea i\ ille Hott Vi
i aeli progi am will
y Mrs Jack '..
hairma i. Mrs Dot i Las< h r\ is
resident
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Mn Bernard Austein. president
trill conduct the luncheon meet
>f Freedom Chapter, Thursday at
I 1 30 am. Nov IK To be held at
Harbor House South, the afternoon
will feature Mrs Sophie Primak
who will review "The Chosen" by
Chaim Potok Mrs Samuel Abram
is program vice president, and Mrs.
Donald Jarrett is ways and means
vice president.
A card party is scheduled by the
Harmony Chapter for Sunday. Nov.
26, 8 p.m at the President Madison
Hotel, with Mrs. Mildred Sahl in
charge. The president. Mrs, George
Ginsberg, will conduct a regular
meeting Tuesday evening. Nov. 28.
in the Chase Federal. 425 Arthur
Godfrey Kd. Mrs Esther Schwartz
is wavs and means vice president
and Mrs Ethel Pavlovitch is pro
gram vice president.
Hatikvah Chapter president. Mrs
Mina Ciliekman. will extend greet
:ngs at the paid-up membership
noon luncheon to be held Tuesday.
Nov 21. at the Algiers Hotel. The
membership vice president tolMrs
Henry Esformes. The program vie*
president, Mrs A Wm. Gerstman
will introduce the entertainment
songstress Mrs, Henry L. Balabar.
and Jack Dutkin at the piano Mrs
Moe Miller, district consultant, will
serve as chairman of the day.
The nexl regular meeting ol
Maccabre Chapter will be held on
1 30, at 7:30 p.m li
in Towers Auditorium, and
.nil be followed bj games. The
dent is Mrs Pauline Auerbacb
md program vice president is Mrs
Mori,.- Danzig,
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A regular meeting of M*nrh
Chapter will be held Tuesday. Nov
:8. 12:30 p.m. at the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave
President, Mrs Bertha Woskoff
has announced that a package par
> will follow the meeting. Mrs
.lack Kevoe is ways and moans vice
president and Mrs. Rose Shapiro
.s program vice president.
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Mrs, Samuel Baum. president of
Miami Beach Chapter, will preside
at a meeting Tuesday. Nov. 21
12:30 p.m. at the Deauville Hotel
The ways and means vice president
is Mrs Jack August.
i
The next regular meeting of the
North Shore Chapter will be held
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They re all winners ot the Gold Heart Awards' ior l.UuU
hours of volunteer service at Variety Children's Hospital
Seen at presentation ceremonies with the symbolic Heart
of Show Business" journal are: (left to riant): Mrs. Sid
Greenberg. Mrs. Mcurey Ashmann, Mrs. W. D. Humbaugh
and Mrs. Robert Brockmann Not shown is Mrs. Lee Bir-
mayer, also a 1 ,C00 hour volunteer.
Model Apartments On Display At New
Buckley Towers High Rise Condominium
will be bordered
1 j a bea< h complete with I
landing Each apartment will have
;i i iomj terraci
T h r e < lux furnished
:.! apartmei u^ \ aried
decor possibilities i:i ihc new Buck
Tower- High Ri* ( ondomini
um art- now open for public in-
spection at 1380 Miami Gardens
Drive. Miami.
Located OO Lake Buckley in the
Sky Lake District, tlie area's first
"high-rise condominium" will com-
plete its first 17-story unit in the
Fall of 1968 and will contain 282
apartments. The second unit will
bring the total to 570 Atop the
roof will be a roof garden with
patio furniture, ran umbrellas and
a shuffieboard court Two swim-
ming pools and pool deck over
A huge, 1900,000 rccrc.ition area
with card rooms hobb) rooms
ditorium, workshop, sauna and a
gymnasium will Im- centra 11}
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condominium owners
Easily accessible from M" 163rd
St and 19th Ave or from the Mi-
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Expressway, Buckley Towers mod
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from 9 a.m to 5 p,m for ins)
tlon
FRANK SINATRA and Jill St. tin at the Fonl .eau
Hotel during the filming of "Tony Rome" which w
i*s first show >ek.
Zionists Are
Strengthen
NFW YORK UTAi The need
for a strong Zionist movement,
which had been instrumental in
the issuance of the Balfour Declar
ation by the British government 50
years ago. viewing "with favor
the establishment of a "national
home for the Jewish people." was
emphasized here this week at a
Ralfour Day celebration conducted
by the American Zionist Council.
The role of the United States gov-
ernment in staunchly supporting
the principle laid down by the Bel
four Declaration was also empha-
sized at the meeting, attended h\
seceral hundred representatives of
Zionist groups throughout the New
York metropolitan area.
Among the principal speakers
First Federal Savings
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the on V'etei
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ol Hope S< hool
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PROTEM OFFICERS Uml
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Empire Kosher Poultry Introduces New
Gourmet Frozen Hors d'Oeuvres Variety
K h i ackaged, an- now Being Into na
i listri Hition bj Empire Ko
aher Poultry- Inc.. the leading
uoi b.i-iit hi
Mifflintown, Pe
l'h- new pack provide! M piece
i list} all tasted 4
: I .ii Kniahcs Franks-in
-. Potato Knialies, ka-rir
i ... Anchovj I wrists, BeeJ and
Mushroom Turnovers
\ feature <>i these popular, Ira
Kosher vai leties is the
I'uif Pastry, a delicate and
flak) dosgb ilia! poffi ui> when
liejted Preparation after thawing
is to to 15 minutes in a pre-heated
W*> to ttS-degrce ovea
These bum met -style, caterer
qualit) delicacies an ideal fl :
-ons ai wMcll hn? hon
ivrfl in:> be sei veil- lonch
lektnila, dinners, bufl
p rtk afti i i a!, i snacks
Empire's hors d oeui i ea > i
sti mis kosher certiflc I bj Ihe
I ninn >>( Orthodox Jewish Coi
Xatior.- of America it Plant and
.i.....o inspected bj i
i mti d States Department ol \
culture.
Ingredieoti are i>f finest quality,
.'i d the nmc patient hand me'h
odi thai a klastei Chef would peac
lice, re natd The French Puff
i'.i-fr; is made from flour, pareve
n .ii .. ine, water, fresh shell e
salt at d creme ol tartar Rolled
r sied re rolled times it is noted
for delicati taste and flak) lea
lure
In addition lo their i
Tcdlents, ih. varMi fUlingi con-
tain gotrnrta MenAfnfs oi oni
s.i It flavorings spices ai everj
Ihing nice to create Ihe unique fia
vor and ta-te ol Ii ad lioi .ii kosher
i "ore beel and li\ er i
from freahl) slaughtered cattle
puie chicroii lal is frcshlj ren
dered: only fresh shell eggs are
used margarine and bread erums
w here used ai i K p ire.
Complete ingredients an listed or.
each pack
our new package ol hors d oeu
\ res. Empire officials si
fi i distinct consumer advantagi s
First, out wide distribution
network makes Kosher hors d'oeu
vie- available in man) areas
.* ueie )!.- ..i.i M..\ e 'I '. ei
tn purcha 1 he -4 p
assortment makes it eas) I
wider selection ol taste v
tu .i- opposed 'n sen ing onl)
one kind Further, the sealed-box
pat kagi ka neatl) in (he fi i
er and keep- fresh until ready for
use "
Empire processes a complete
I Mr ol soaked ami sahed, read) to
. niik Koshi i p mltr \ products
fro/en and fresh, including fryers,
broilers, roaster*, pullet-, fowl,
i .,|v.in-. Cornish her- ducks and
turkeys whole, cut up-, breasts,
legs and
Banks Of for 'Super-Check* Loans
kma step toward Ihe
si i iet)' ol the ful ire for citi-
ens South I as taken
aJk with the announcement
thai Super-* hi i is In ing offer d
: the United Banking ii
1 i rs Jr chairman of
he t n.te I Banking Group, which
- i om| oseii of The Miami Beach
Firm v lional Kink, i ral Gables
! i- N'ational Bank and United
Vat () al Bank Ol Miami, annoiiiu
that ihe new service was
< lie I alter months ol inten
slvc study designed lo Iron oul
ever) conceivable 'bug Extensive
electronic computer equipment
was installed to make ih system
work smoothl) and efficient!)
Super-Check is the result ol hank
frank I. Phillips frank Smothers, Ir.
PI -i trend a re
c .iri'S.lL
h said
i i u!i- es of other banking in-
d v> ith Ihe Super
1 hi plan include i Jeor v E
lent, Miami Beach
Km si National Bank, vice presi
i i i Bancshares of Florida
Ini ai d senioi vice pr sident,
Cm a! Gables First National Bank,
United National Bank: Frank J
I'h Hip-, executive vice pre-.dent.
United National Bank and .1
I.iickcn Yawn, executive vice presi
dent, l lilted National Bank
Super-Check allows present cue-
lomei to v rite their om ii unse-
ed loan- instant!). in complete
confidence, by eatablishing a re
volving credit line, The customer
then draw- from the hue as needed
Individuals who are not custoi
ma) t>e approved for Super-Check
io ttlHilHHti '
banks In the 1
B) centralizing the i i loi
red al e location, thi
permits him lo ma i n ish
bases al several bi
withi in having to go through
red tape ot eatablishing a line ol
credit at each one
Smathei- described Super-Check
this way:
First, to qualify a prison has,
or opens an aecoiinl with a U-B-G
bank, Residents ol Dade 01 Brow
aid with a good credit rating, in
the 26 through 63 age group, and
income exceeding $5,000 will nor
mally qualif) lor a credit line The
line ol credil ma) be S500, SI.000
nr more
"By < tabiishing a fixed sum.
this proi edurc answei s an old ques
lion lor man) people: What is my
..' lal spending capacity within
m> linancial capabilities? It helps
tin in spend wisel) and help- pre-
venl overspending
l hi customer draw on his line
. i lil in two ua> i b) over
Iraw ng his checking in
whit h evenl Ihe hank automatic
all) transfers funds from his ci
in- ch i kin : act ount, or
2 b) using special Sui ei > 'hecks
te can di dii et 11)
n h line ol credil In i
words, to purchase i a $45 > c ilor
'I V. Hi .|U |-
the
These is no chat gc for openin -
or maintaining a Super i heck line
Tile COSl ot .Viper* heck is ol'.e per
per month (includin 11
insurance) on I e i tual
amount in use. wil gel
tout l 20th ol the balance dui
Payments are deducted routine
rom the customer's check
account monthly as an added eon
venience, or Ihe customer can ;
all cu part oi the balance al an)
lime A speciall) programed com-
puter records all transactions
Supei (heck, regular or special
< becking accounts in one month-
I) statement
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November 10
/
Witzvalt
Ivan Jonas
Ivan, son of Dr. and Mrs Stanlej
Jonas. 1560 South treasure Dr..
win become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 11.
Ivan is a student of the reli
school at Temple Menorah and alM
attends Nautilus Junior High.
A Kiddush will follow sen ices in
honor of the celebrant.
Lori Fried
On Nov. 10. Lori, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Fried. 1951
NK 191st Dr. will become Bas
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Ivan lonts
tarry Trilling
Sttrtm Iii^h
Jeffrey Kmo*r
Jeffrey Keith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Knauer. will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Nov. 11.
at Temple Emanu-EI.
Jeffrey is in the eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High and plays
clarinet in the band. He is inter-
ested in sports.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the service.
Mr. and Mrs Max Knauer. and
Mrs. Lena Selevan. Jeffrey's grand-
parents, will attend the event.
*
Ellen B re slow
Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Max Breelow. 17630 NE 9th Ave..
North Miami Beach, celebrated
her Bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation on Nov. 3.

Carol Sokolow
Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Jerry Sokolow. 6200 SW 84th Ave.,
will become Bas Mitzvah Friday
evening. Nov. 10. at Temple Zion.
Carol is an eighth grade student
at Glades Junior High and has at
tended Temple Zion Religious
School for the past four yens
Mr. and Mrs. Sokolow will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services and a reception at home.

Brvce Osheroff
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs Mar
vin Osheroff. 910 NE 178th St..
North Miami Beach, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Nov. 4. at Beth Toiah Congregfl
:ion.
* *
Jeffrey Galabow
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs
David Galabow, 1900 NE 197th
for., celebiated bis Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Nov. 4. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
? t.
Larry Trilling
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Trilling. 12605 NE Miami Ct..
will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation on Saturday,
Nov. 11.
Larry is an honor student at
North Miami Junior High School,
where he serves as president of his
class, and is a member of the
student council.
A reception and luncheon in
i Larry's honor will be held at the
1 Eden Roc Hotel.

Clifford Budd
On Saturday morning. Nov. 11.
Clifford, son of Mr and Mrs .lo.v
' Budd, 2205 Arch Creek Dr.. will be
i Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
Clifford is a student at North
Miami Junior High and Ner Tamid
Religious School He enjoys fishing
1 and hunting.
A Kiddush in the Skiar Audito
1 rium will follow ti.e swun.-.
V
Arnold Meransky
On Saturday morning. Not 11,
Arnold, son of Mrs. Leo Dulimba
and Mr Meransky will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Zion.
Arnold is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High ami i>
active in the athletic program Mr
and Mrs. Dulimba will host the
Kiddush following the sen ices and
a reception at home in honor of the
celebrant.
*
Steven London
Steven Michael, son of Mr and
Mr*. Martin London. 135 NE 131st
St.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur
day morning. Nov. 11. at Beth
lorah Congregation.
An eighth grade pupil at North
Miami Junior High School. Steven
enjoys science, and has won
awards in swimming, boating and
water skiing.
Mr and Mrs London will host
the Kiddush following the service.
and a dinner reception at the Dip
lomat Country Club on Saturday
night in honor of the celebruiit.
Steven is the grandson ol Mr
and Mrs Harry Schinder of Hay
Harbor Islands.
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ever UNO beaten**, ha* more
ties trtrty years experience tat
fseenl*| good witl In business fld
eeaMRunlty at*. Far asere iofoneav
443-252*
to M m
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eases* esfl ee eae.
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The Jewish FterieW
IN eet ceeeee ead moll te
Ckceleriea Oeet..
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Xeiv Youth Group
Names Officers
The newly organized youth
groups at Temple Beth A.n for
students in the ninth grade have
elected tiie todewing slate of oil,
cers for the coming year: president.
Steven Silberman: vice presidents
Karen Rapport. Jodie Lubow and
Richard t.reen; secretary. Carol
Tragash, and treasurer. Lauren
Baros.
The group, and an eighth grade
group, meets evrj Mends) at t :30
p.m at the temple. Mrs AMan Rut-
chick is advisor and Al Leibert is
the chairman of the youth group
committee
Fight for Sight luncheon
Advance reservations are retir-
ed for the Fight for Sight luncheon
meeting on Tuesday, noon, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Albert
Pick is program chairman.
Hebrew Television
Broadcasts Again
Offered by Bureau
the n
'
ji Jew sh Edu< itioi fill
[oi its tei :.. yeai l
broa
i Ossip.
bureau i'i> -
l he
an Stal..... u rHS, Channel 2
i ommunitj Tele'
Thursdaj e\ enin I 7:00 p.m b<
ginning tio\ 16, and Mill continui
for sixteen weeks
The subject this yesr will be
"Great Teachers ol 1st
with the Jewish I VI
-.-. Isaiah, Judah the Prince, Rat
and Samuel, Rashi Maimonidi -
Moses Mendelsohn, Bachya. Biahk.
Louis I1 Brandeis, Leo Baeck, and
Martin Buber.
Included in the series will be spe-
cial broadcasts ol the festivsls a<
!hej occur. Hanukah. Tu BiSbevat,
and Purim.
The broadcasts will continue
with selected biographical sketch-
es, expositions of the writings ot
the great teachers, wi'h the in-
clusion of selected Hebrew texts
from their great works
The instructor again will be
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation He will be assisted by Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff in the editing of
the Hebrew material and Zvi Ros
enkranz in the art of Hebrew print
ing.
The broadcasts will conclude
with a special program on the Fes
tival of Passover
102 charter m.
I the projected Island View H
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, e
lent; Mrs. henry Gewitz. chairman ol
and lounder ; rship; Mrs. Milton Si
tin; and Mr.-^ Linn parliamentarian.
Alan King To Star
At Cedars Banquet
Comedian Alan King will be
featured performer at the Cedars
ol Lebanon Hospital sixth anniver
sary banquet and ball on Satur-
day Dec. ft. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Some 1.000 guests are expected
at the black tie affair uhich is
being chaired by Saul Silberman.
Harr) 1. Lewis i- hospital presi-
dent
American Jewish Congress Units Slate
Thursday Meeting Programs on Nov. 16
"Reflections 01) the Pert... I
Peace Demonstration will be the
subject discussed by Stanle) M
Pred attorne) I pen meeting
of the Justine Cha| \
gress Thui sdaj, N i 16
al 12 30 p m. in I
Federal, Normandj Isle
Mr Pred is .i men ber of the V.
Federation ol Temple Broth-
erhoods and a member of the Com
miss "ii on Interfaith Activities.
Union of American Hebrew I n
He is a past president
of the Southeast Federation ol
Temple Brotherhoods and current
ly serves as a member of the legal
and hoard of directors Miami
Chapter American Civil Liberties
I'nion
nan lor the da\ uill be
Mrs Jack Shapiro, pn I the
haptei
mal Jewish
Book Month from Ha
W hal -
New' will be featured at an opei
meeiiiK ol the Miami Cora I ia
Chapter AJ< 01 g on Thursd ij
Nov. lt>. at 12 30 p m at the Park
Lane Cafeteria
Chairman for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Samuel Rosenstein presi
dent of the chjpter
136 S. W. 8th ST.
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/.November 10. 1967
>"* Jenist Fkrici^r
Beryl Morrison.
Jewish Leader.
Dies Here At ill
Beryl Morrison, noted national-
ly and internationally in Yiddish
cultural circlci. passed away \o\
:ml M he age of 81. Ho tinrifved
.n Miami since 194!) when he mov-
ed here from Grand Rapid Mich
He was born in Russia and came
to the 1 inted States in 1886.
Mr. .Morrison was a founder and
the secretary until his pas.sn-.
the Vivo. Jewish i iiliural Forum
of Greater Miami. He waa also .<
and th< Greater Miami Jew
.ill Federation.
Ii.- i- survived by Ins widow,
' te ii' i e da Khters, Mis |
Hpifi tan, Un Mar) Franklin
and Uuth Morrison, and oi
ild 0 Franklin
it i... i held \o\ S
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Concert Artists In
Recital on Saturday
Ike L. i.i.i cker Faro nd Branch
- sponsorfnt; i gala concert and
collation on Saturday at the Algiers
i 'i to begin .ii 8 p.m.
The musical entertainmi nt will
feature Iris I.ane, coloratura 10
i-iuno. Michel Gibson, star of the
-ewah Ait Theatre; Samuel Ferah
no, Israeli composer; Oscar Sha-
piro, folK violinist, and Bather Bar
lett, accompanist.
I he new owners who head the
rich, now numbering- some K l
, whl welcome
tlu- recital.

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CA9SEL Mr* llarrlel N\\
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GREEN. S'mhun, M n| .; j, ff,
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LEWIS. Ahmhiitn Samuel, 7, f n,i
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ITiv. I>l.l. \ M || Chapel
SREWSERC. 1..UI-. Ml. ,.f r.;; p...,.
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LEiaowiTZ. I .. 71 | .,;, w .,
t.;L.1' ''' v"' >'' Chapel
TURKIN. Mr. |;. I .
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VvlftjTKfl. Maurh-< \| ..( M| vu
.IE iff! ,:,,,,l" Kum-r-l H,.,,i.
ANKEN, Loci*, 7f, of ||M M: l-.'h
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MINDMAN. .;r,nrr lVaahlnton. K3.
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HUBSCMMAN. sjaaW. :. ..f ibti
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Ratner. ruins .4. ,,f ziv Oolllna
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A\. KemrloM \.. nt Hiv. r-,.l.
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CORTH. cfroraw, } ,,f noi Byron
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GREENWALO. Iil'v IJ ,,
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LcBACH. Henry, .,< Ztt u .-i ,\vr
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MARSHALL. Kn,r,l || T ,,, ,,
MtNe'Sn f'U"""1 """ lten
R?i?,E^' """, '' Brooklyn, N V
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CASK ILL, Mn \1n-11-l. ,v ,,f *Mm
Byron Ay. jtm. xv 7.1 I:
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DIAMOND, laador*. > .., ,;-, N
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LtBACK. HAOry, If. of ISM u M
Ave Nenniaai Hun.-rnl H..m.
Lemer. Mr. Itur*, T* of Hfl ,,!.
..'.'l!_Ay llft" ru Funeral t'haiwl.
SILVERMAN. Mn Row 7 1 of lei
Km lul A\. s. nice s. \ 7 *>
Kiv.r-lil. Norm, nd) l>r r|
WIKER. Mr, llrnha. 70. ..f n,.n
\\r Ave. RhrrMii, Normand)
l>r. ChaprL
Dieter Follies
Given Nov. IT. I;;
annual variety ihow
n oi
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' rYias Satur-
''! in, .11 me u.i.il.
B i> .11
Follii nil] fea
e a me JUi) pei
. la member clubs, with music
> ..I, .-1.11.hi .ma shs iircne-tia
irom me Ihplomai HoM
.11 ....,11... .i.\ md n Nelson
Bair are in charge 01 Ufkets Ueue
> luie ia prsiuenl ol ,..1 r,.
a -11..at.on
Club to Hear Physician Talk
On Heart Disease at Meeting
The Miami Friendly Social L.db
will hear a talk on -Heart Disease
and the Senior Citizens" at a 2
p.m. meeting on Sundav at the
Israelite (enter.
Guest speaker will be Or David
la 11.r ol the Dade County Heart
Av-onation.
c.uo p.e ident is Max Oartbiag.
BB Singles Will Dance
A night club show and dancing
to a live band will be the features
of the B'nai B'rith Social Singles
ffa r on Saturday night at the
Casablanca HoteL Funds raised
will go towards the clubs chanty
projects.
riew Members Honored At
Temple Zamora Services
During Fridaj evening services
; i>: RaM : Maxt
/' 1.1. the follow-
ing new members were honored:
M Mil !.. Achron, Mr and
Arnei. Mr and Mrs
ne Barna, Mr. and Mrs Sol
Barnett, Mrs Sara Braun, .\i. and
Mi- Ben Chakoff. Mrs Rae Cha
nock. Mr> Joseph Cohen, Mrs
rmdy Dann. Mr and Mrs, Reuben
Doen: s, 1 aszlo Fucha, Mrs. Rosa-
lie Gainsley, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Glass, Mr and Mrs Samuel S
rodfrey, Mr and Mrs Joseph Gold-
ha :i 11. Mr and Mrs Marvin Got
Mr and Mrs Herbert M
. Mi ..1 Mrs Dave Ja-
'' 'I!'- K.,1/.
' Mi an Mrs.
enry Klein. J
Mrs Morris Wil
Mrs William Le-
n. Mi .Irs. Z pner.
:" an I M Daniel Martin, Mr.
le 1 issen. Mr
. sick, Mr and Mrs.
n G 1 osthumus, Mrs Isafa
R Pnci Mi in i Mrs Julius
: !'. Mi and Mrs Ted Reiner,
Mr and Mrs Jerome Resnick,
Mi Florence Sainer, Mr and Mrs.
lack Sapphire, Mrs Barbara Shu
german, Mr and Mrs Murray Sil-
vern, Mr and Mrs Leo Slachter.
Mr and Mr- Alfred Spitzer, Mr.
and Mi> Nathan H Tartack. Mr
and Mrs Milton Tow. Mr. and Mrs.
David Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs
Barney Weidenfeld.
Federation of Temple Youth Celebrate
Annual Youth Convention Weekend Here
Ti el 1 a
rra ho are affiliate^ of the Na-
i Federation oi Temple Youth.
will gather al Temple. Beth Am
ior the annual conclave slated for
Not 17 to 19.
Theme (or the confab will be
"Peace In th>' Cities." which wil]
also -. rve as the subject for a
! discussion.
The weekend wil] be launched at
Beth Am Friday evening, Nov. 17.
with the Kth Am Youth Group
n- nting a Creativi Sei ce
Socrates is lecture Topic
the
VV ilfsoi
1 the
rh'ir
ton I
1234 Wasl \vi
relay, a forma] dinner dance
will be held, and Sundav morning,
.1 farewell breakfast will conclude
the festiv ities.
Jerome Robinson is youth group
advisor at Kith Am
I Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARR
AND
CARDEN MAUSOLEUM
rHE SOUTHs
i BEAUTiFUl
k "'El FRY"
< fti-arantrnt P''prtual Care filttd
N W 25thST. at 103rd AVE. }
\ TU 5-1689
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Irtii Oof Cloird Sobbofh
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
Miena'i Only Strictly Jrwish
Monument Drol.r
Hebrew Courses
At irnai Raphael
Adult classes in Hebrew for be-
glnnen and intermediates, bepan
this week at Congregation B'nai
Raphael under the direction of
Mrs Marlene Richter The course
ill continue on Tuesi ay evenings.
On Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m
Rabbi Charles M Rubel will eon
duct an adult discussion gioup.
Topic will be "History and Phi
losophy of the Prayer Book '
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
source of very real
comfort to alL
Everybody has heard about Zip Code.
But not everybody is using it. Perhaps some people
think of it as just a favor to the post officesomething
to do if they happen to think of it.
But Zip Code is much, much more than that.
Zip helps our postal workers move mail the modem
way. With Zip, they can sort it faster and deliver it by
more direct routes. With Zip. they will use modern elec-
tronic machines that "read" Zip numbers and sort mail
fifteen times faster than was possible before!
People who don't use Zip Code hold up the mail for
themselves and for everyone else.
So use Zip on every mailing address. Use it on your
return address, too. When in doubt about a Zip Code,
you can call your post office or look it up in their Zip
Code Directory.
And if someone writes you and doesn't use Zip Code
tell him. For us. We need all the help we can get.
V

HOW ZIP CODE WORKS
Suppose the Zip Cod it 60635. The "6"
syt it go$ to th Midnt. Tht "06"
> narrows it down to Chicago. Th last two
digits"SS" pinpoint tht Iocs) post
Office. This eliminates many handling pro-
cedures. The letter is sorted taster, and
sent more directly to its destination.
Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council ,
Mail moves the country
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CIVIL ACTION NO 67.17249
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