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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
40 Number 45
M:nmi, Florida, Friday, November 24, 1967
1 wo Sec
- Price
CJ.F.W.F. Urges
Maximum Effort
By U. S. Jewry
CLEVELAND The 36th Gen-
al A.wmbly of the Council of
|i wish Federations and Welfare
da representing more than 200
Uewish communities, called on
\.\ erican Jewry tliis week to exert
ximuffl effort lo provide the
us imi needed for humani
ltd o'her crucial needs in
I rid the increased vital local
itnl needs at home A
dopted w.ttiout 'i,
(in of the Ai
'the utmost aid li
i.i .i.i> human ne< hi
intrhVutioni and for other
? eds through the sale of
|- i i- private Investment
rgovernmental assist
resolution po'nted out that
I needs required additional
and noted that "despite
xpansion of governmental
palth and welfare programs, in
reased contributions are required
Hi lewish voluntary services"
l Fox. of Kaltimore. was
selected president of the CJFWF.
evolution urged federations
nd u elfare funds to take the most
Lorous action to raise the enor-
mous sums required for Israel s hu
Ian needs in 1968" and recom-
tended that this could best be
bne b) getting contributors to
Lake larger gifta to the Israel
i ncj Fund while, at the
ime time, increasing their sup
rt to the regular fund for essen
local, national and overseas
The resolution welcomed the
I- 'ponoltSi Israel authorities in
[urging all Israeli agencies to
(limit thair fund-raisin efforts to
Itheir normal needs, and give pri-
lonty and "complete and unlimit-
Synagogues
ire Asked to
Launch Drive
itei Miami's sj nagoguea and
I .ii lited with much of
' eai ol the record-shattering
emergency Fund
tin been called upon to mo-
their total resources for the
^908 Combined Jewish Appeal IFF
n
\ resolution, unanimously adopt-
campaign cabinet meeting
the CIA IFF. urges the congre-
to pla> a central role in
1 iming, concurrent drive ac-
1 general chairman Nor
I I'allot.
1 call to action notes the con
emergency confronting Is-
and asks that "Greater Miami
it-- full share of responsibility
is historic 1968 campaign "
Kaplan, president of the
Miami Jewish Federation.
out that "a great .neasiiu-
i luceest of the 1967 Israel
fgtncj Fund was due to the
Continued on Page ISA
:
i r
II
ed support" to the United Jewish
Appeal's Israel Emergency Fund.
A related resolution stressed the
need for continued aid and for clos
er budgctarv planning by the Jew
ish Agency for Israel !he Joint
Distribution Committee and the
United Jew! h Appeal The resolu-
tion called for utmost cooperation
with the agencies concerned with
Continued on Page 15-A
HEAVIEST SINCE WAR
Border Clash
Follows Arab
Terrorist Acts
10UIS 1. fOX
Israel Will Act To
Offset Devaluation
JERUSALEM .JTA> Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir assured the
nation in a broadcast this wetfe
that the Israel government would
act to ensure the stability of prices
for basic foodstuffs despite the de-
valuation of the Israel pound.
The Israeli government announc-
ed a 14.3 percent devaluation of
the Israeli pound after similar ac-
tion by the British government. sterijr
The Israeli pound previously had
been valued at three to the dollar.
The new rate will be 3 5 to the dol-
lar. Messages exchanged between
Leslie O'Brian. Governor of the
Bank of England, and David Horn
witz. Governor of the Hank of Is-
rael, pledged mutual support and
assistance in connection with the
devaluation of the two currencies
lar products from the United States
or Central Kurope. he explained
"Price rises abroad as compared
to Israel will, at the worst, bring
about small increases in the prues
of these products in Israel." he told
the radio audience "On the other
hand, the lowering of customs tar-
iffs mav cause lower prices for cer-
tain products imported from the
JERUSALEM The heaviest
Fighting between Israel and Jordan
since the Six Day War last June
broke out this week following in
aeti\ itj bj Arab ti
Ins across the J rdan
lin er
i
a, int<
the loss ol i 1st
plane ami the destruction ol
Jordanian tanks.
(At the United Nation-. Israi I
Foreign Minister Abba Eban de-
chat by Jordanian Fore
Minister Abdul Menem .'{ifai that
Israelis fired at the Jordanian town
of Karama. killing three children
and nine adult civilians and seri-
ously wounding 25 others and de-
stroying a mosque. Mr. Eban said
that the Jordanian report w. 'false and tendentious "i
Exchanges of fir* erupted
along the Jordan River after ex-
plosives planted by Arab tabo-
Continued on Page 5a.
Reform Jews
I
r 1 er
Dialogue
Increased Support Asked
For Religious Education
(In London, the Financial
Times said that the devaluation
in Jerusalem would have a bene-
ficial effect on investments from
abroad. The devaluation, the pa-
per said, would make transfer of
funds to Israel more attractive
and would nd speculation that
had been current that the Israeli
government would devalue its
currency independently of other
international developments.)
KIAMESHA LAKE, N Y (JTA>
Loaders Ol American Conservative
liidaism called on Jewish welfare
funds to "radically revise" their
allocations to provide more stir
poit for religiously oriented Jew
ish education.
The 3.000 delegates at the bien-
nial convention ol the United Syna-
gogue ol America, the association
ii Conservative congregations,
were told that only an intensified
nd comprehensive program o|
lewish education would stem the
tide of rising intermarriage rates.
apath) of college youth and a
ving assimilation" of Amer-
ica i .lev*ish community.
Mr Sapif said that the prices ut
goods imported from hard curren-
j countries would probably rise
lightly lie added that Isiaeli cus- i
tonis duties would remain at prcs Jewish education leaders s.i:,|
eiit levels which, in effect, meant that hospitals, homes for the I ed
lowering of those rates. Goods and Jewish centers getting Jewish
from the pound sterling area will federation grants were presently
thus have an advantage over simi- also receiving large grants from
federal and state governments -i rut
hat therefore many Jewish com
muiial allocations to such institu
lions could be re-directed to .lew ish
education
Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice-
chancelloi ol thi Jewish rh<
cal Seminar) said Jew sh religious
groups had to make it clear that
the programs ol man) institutions
supported b) Jewish communal
rands "do not make appropriate
contributions" to Jewish group sur
Vival, Dt Kla/ar Goelman, dean of
GraU i illege, said that
an .is of Jewish education ni
ed in Jewish communal financing
were teacher training programs.
high School education, adult eduea
tion and scholarships for Hebrew
and Jew ish summer ca
Dr. Muhammed Abdul Rauf, di-
Continued on Page 13-A
Conliiuiatioii
MON1REAI ITA \ n
' n i I : K
Judaism to equip its la) members
ll i km wledge to undei I
"sustained dialogue" with Chris-
tians appro\ ed this week
firsl time in the history of the
movement b) delegates to the 49th
biennial convention of the Union of
\ erican Hebrew Congregations.
The resolution urged the 680 af-
filiated Reform congregations in
the United States ami Canada "to
institute continuing special adult
education courses m basic Judaism
which will prepare laymen for in-
terreligious dialogue, to introduce
courses in comparative religion by
which to better understand the dif-
ferences in theology and history
which distinguish Judaism from
Other religions and to initiate con-
Unuing, on t .ii;. interreli j
ill education programs
The resolution asserted that such
dialogue 'demands knowledgeable
Jewish laymen Thus prepared, we
are not fearful that such inter-
religious confrontation will weaken
the faith ol those who participate
in it To the contrary," the resolu
tion asserted experience has
shown that the dialogue process is
.i vehicle for strengthening Jewish
self-knowledge elf respect and
i veil )H'isonal faith "
The 3,000 gates also approv-
ed a mild reso iti in on the Ameri-
participation in the Viet Nam
war in which the) urged "an early
initiative" to halt the bombing
North Viet Nam and called on the
i inmenl ol North Viel Nam
"to respond favorably on United
- initiative for negotiations to
the wai rhe resolution also
-aid that the dele leplored"
u-iv c a.npaign ol calumny
Continued on Page 7-A
JEWISH LABOR COMMITTEE REPORT REVEALS
New Anti-Semitism Wave Grips Poland
By Special Report
NFW YORK A new wave of
anti Semitisni is gripping Eastern
Europe, according to a report by
the Jewish Labor Committee to
more than 500 delegates at the bi
ennial convention here The report,
prepared from confidential and of
ficial sources made available to
the Committee states that "a new
win' of anti Semitisni has engulfed
Poland." and adds Ciechoslovakis
and Hungary to its list
In it report, the JLC says that in
Poland, "this new anti-Semitism
found expression in three forms
1 discharge of Jews from respon-
sible positions in government and
industry. 2. cleansing the Commu-
nist Party of insiders who show
their sympathies for Israel; and 3.
termination of the activities of the
Jewish
turns."
Polish relief organiza
"Reliable sources report," the
JLC survey says, "that the party
if planning to eliminate the 'un-
wanted element' by issuing new
party care's between Nov. 1 and
Dec. 31 of this year. Several hun-
dred members have thus been
dismissed by the party for re-
fusing to contribute to the efforts
of the Arabic countries in the
form of overtime work, blood
plasma, medicines and other ar-
ticles."
Jews are ciirrcntU being dis-
nissed from responsible positions
overnment and industry," the
llirvej. continues
it cites Incidents already made
public of anil Semitic manili
tiona against Jewish institutions
and cemeteries



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JERUSALEM MEDALLION RECIPIENT
Rabbi Labovitz To Get Israel Award
Men's Club Seats Officers
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hur 1. Letts.
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han frimiiui larry I
man. Mercian. -
Kabbi Eupcr.e Labovitz. spiritual
at Temple Ner Tamid,
been named recipient of the re-
> created Jerusalem Libera-
tion Medallion, it was announced
b> Dr Aaron Kahan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Israel
Organization
Rabbi Labovitz will be the first
A men can in this pan of :he coun-
1r> to receive the award which
I accord recognition to selected
Americans who. b> their leader
rallied American Jewish sup
port through the Israel Bond pro
the Six Daj War
Presentation of rhe award will
be mad* at the Ner Tamid-Uraal
Dinner of State to be held on
Sarvrtiay. Dec. 2, at rho Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The dinner will
also mar* the tenth anniversary
of Rabbi Labovitz as spiritual
leader of the congregation.
Noting that the liberation of Je
ru>aiem this year was made pos-
sible "not only by the indomitable
t of the Israelis but also b\ the
JTee to which world Jewry ral-
lied to her side. the announce
men: >a:d that the Jerusalem Lib
eration Medallion was created ""to
reriect Jerusalem, the capital of
Israel and Jerusalem, the fountain
head ol the Faith of Israel.""
Murray Shaw, a former president
of War Tamid who will serve as
chairman of the dinner, noted that
Rabbi Labovitz wa> the first and
only rabbi of the congregation and
that during his tenure it had grown
from a membership of a handful of
founders to one of the leading Con-
servative congregations in the
South.
Rabbi Labovitz came to Ner
Tarn id from Houston. Tex., where
be held his first pulpit.
addition to having been or
Canada collew
known fonts department M Bemil
Id and Keluion
Active in cimc ami Jewish com
munal affairs. Rabbi Ubovitibas
served as secretary ol the Rabbin:
cal Association of Greater Miami
An ardent Zionist, he has been BC-
live m the Zionist Organization of
America and has served a> com
munityuide holiday High Holy
Day, chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization
Rjbbi and Mrs labovitz have
four childrenSbiri Alvs-a. Davi.i
Jonathan. Naomi Naehama and
Eliyahu Shalom
*Ao/ IUGIHi IA60VITZ
dained. Rabbi labovitz attended
Brooklyn College, the I niversity of
Houston. Rice Institute and the
t'niversitv of Miami, holding B A
and MA degrees in histon K<
cently. he received a Doctor of Di
vinity degree from I'hilathea In:
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Dec. 10th at 630 p.m.. in the audi
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1234 Washington Ave
The evening will feature profes
-ional entertainment under th>
rection of Edward Meyers, dil
chairman
In charge of reservations an
Mrs Louis Kernes- and Mrs Max
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Friday. November 24, 1967
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V Dinner To Launch
Development Drive
The New Horitona development
in!.i o! the v.m vwiia of Greater
ni Mill be launched Dec <> al
,i community-wide dinner honoring
Sidnej Langer. honorary chairman
the i s effort to build new
facilities in North Dade Count)
.ind M in Beach and lo complete
ni'.. lern, ( -ntral al BSOO S
\\ mh Street
The Dee 6 function, scheduled
,n the uiand Kallioom of the Cen
iral V, alio will mark the dedica-
noa of Langer Field The athletic
facUitiea < named
.11 honor of Mr Langer's contribu
lion I he conununitj accoi d
to campaign chairman Clifford
Pi arln
Mr Pearlman also will serve as
of the dinner, working
in conjunction with cochainnen
in Kravltz, Uerbert Paige
v.. iam A Welntraub
Iditioi Mi Linger, four
thei iai i ler Miami civic
i '''d positions as
chairmen of the campaign
I n to Paul Faeke, president
lh< ^ Tin" are Leon Kaplan,
psidi of the Greater Miami
few i at ion and a past preM-
dent ': the V. Joseph M Upton,
honorary president of Federation
i i past president of Temple
inu El; Jacob Sher past presi-
dent oi Federation and former
genera] chairman oi Israel Bonds
here: and Saul Silberman. Tropical
Park president and leader of
Cedars of Lebanon and Varietj
( hildn s Hospitals
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the new North Dade V. which will
be hmli on in acres of propertj
at tin' North Dade Cloverleaf, will
be held at h :) a m on Dec B
Lionel Bosean, vice president of
the N and eh.in man ol the North
Dade campaign committee, mi
i eiled plan- tor the new facility
al Iwo cabinet meetings held in
North Miami Beach restaurants
Michael II Sal.....n. president of
the North Dade Y, i< working with
teveral committees mapping plans
for the De< R < eremonies
The Dec 6 tribute to Mr Langer
also will salute his service in the
building of the new Temple Judea,
his support ol Varietj Children's
Hospital and other non sectarian
institutions, and "his leadership in
securing the Central Y*s facilities
for the entire Jewish community
of Dade County
Adult Classes at Beth Tov warn starting at Temple Beth Tov
in Tui sday. at 8 p.m. Chairmen of
Rabbi Simon April will conduct ,,. .,,... ..,. M Erne8t Halasi
Classe n abe adult edueatiou pro ... ... ,. i ,
1 an 1 Mrs Allied I- inkeNtem
Israel Repatriates
511 Egyptians
TEL AVIV (JTAl Israeli au-
thorities this week repatriated 511
Egyptian men. women and chil-
dren who were captured w hen Is-
raeli forces overran the Sinai Pe-
-ula in last June's Six-Day War
The repatriates including si civil-
an workers employed on Egyptian
military installations, crossed the
Sue/ Canal under the supervision
of Red Cross representatives
Al the same time, Israeli author-
ities handed OVer the body of an
E \ptian prisoner of war who waa
killed when POWs noted at the
\*'it camp two weeks ago
Cl/fFORD PCfflMAN
Adult Scholar Series Set
The Adult Institute of the Isra
,te Center has started the second
..c.ii ni thi Monday Evening Schol
ar Sines
Lectures i>\ Rabbi Avrom Drazin
[ollowed b) discussion with thi
group
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A Difficult Choioe
The Voice Of Jewry
On The Poverty War

ed i
who I
Y of provid .
- : A mei
Poverty
I |lw :
,s when vei
commi;: is existt
nation oi Tzedak
is ot assistance tor
.mate brethren ha
.ed a prominent role ii I prac-
tice of our faith and the very .r'
:_:e oi the Jewish commu: ity
been built ar
. .:are needs oi all out |
It is ..- titling ther- I
spokesmen lor a t: rt has
.vn the light in otl
n end I i
ii voice.: the
it of fa:. .: : An
".. ; r^gram.
These protests ci
,^ss party til iera-
s and are directed against
lislators who would take upon themselves
respontv: ity for the consequences of any
reductions in the Federal anti-poverty pro-
ms.
it is well to point out that such cuts in the
erty program could lead to a form ot eco-
and political suicide winch would be
***.
thai much c: what is achi< v
can be lost if it is not reinfc:. ed it me.
Schools can teach our ye : nut in I
many cases lnstilring a love oi study
10 the child must come l:
home.
Jewish Book Month oilers an ideal
eviiaoj. result oi further disorders in our tunity lor ; at) Ipotion by parents along
cities. Jews oi all ages in proiects that
Racial nois. whatever the catalyst in any demonstrate our love of learning B
: rticular case have their I :.^rm ot and tra in the school ii II
rimination that iias B under
ditions of grave econo:: I U -idvantages.
But the motivation I against at-
> oi trie dis-
. mtaged minoritii oi
|-pi :
ir, the ; I .......
.s of ov;- :r con-
ntal :. I I

present
:. '. lit :. .
poli-

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The People Of The Book
.
I 'ish Book K
lecades under
hi] I
Here in our own coi -ores of local
.s have sched rtensive pro-
grams in line with the aims of Jewish Book
Month which seek to St rtance ot
oroad familiarity wil wish heritage
a* ail age levels.
Aside fcrom the entei value ot these
rary endeavors which ptOVtdfl synagogues
and other groups v. .*.h useful l*cture topics
and book review programs. Miami Jewry can
take pride in its steady year-round projects
aimed at inspiring an awareness oi our cul-
tural and religious background.
Most important among these endeavors has
been the woric of the Centra! Jewish Library oi
tne Bureau of Jewish Education which includes
and in the home.
Our interest in Jewish scholars]
W V : ::. It n
Just OS Jewish B It Month
opportu: ity 1<
: lime lot
' ..... gi
v. VSHINGTON Potentially,
the visit f King Hussein of
ii to this country mean*
;i bitterly hard ch rice lii -
bra v I lb ol
coui se, i- pn risel) w h) Isi i

trances ii an-
I ave I"-' lescrib
'>
i
I and amoi
In isl all othei W
the haul realities of the
if all dearlj
understo d The central reslitj is
\. h gh probability that
Israel < luallj do '! las
kind ( Middle E isten peso
Ku Hussein has beei
about simpl) becausi I would
turn

Difffl Ni'^olialioiiN
official Israeli position is
pprj anxi >us ''
such a peace, provided peace li
arrived at by faee-to-face m
Nations ami is embodied in a
docum i signed b) the parttci
paiit:^ Arab states The presenl
Israeli watchword u that Lsrael
will never attain accept" the
kind of arrangement that was
made alter the Sue/ crisis in
1957
He e Un- Israelis art- on rock
t The air i ement of
. laranti i d (r,.,. passage
thr lutth the Gulf 'ii M>
I hi v
in it \
if the


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a third tur> *
\b.i'': N'assei h i-i' to
he gulf
I si
in no i
IS 'II! :,
that lei > will
i
sun.' (| ,
Israelis
The reasons it mafc n tins
[roan
i Eshkol and
volumes of Judaica, Hebraica and works In
English on al'. aspects of Jewish interest. The
v/ork of the Central Library supplements the
activities oi the broad array of educational in-
stitutions that function in our community.
It is a well-known tart among educators
renders all tne more important Israel's deterrni- SOtttlejed only one leader.
nation to provide first and foremost for hei IVeifB lOaaflter Abba F.ban
security and never again to entrust the sites and only a fegfa prjeata person
held sacred by Jews to Arab administration. who doubted the wisdom ol ban*
This motion merits the surport ot atl lag onto all those territories ad
Iree nations who prize a heritage ot their own thereforr. h.vi
1: iddition I librai
I othei
: I must I I for I
rted l


itributioi
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r.
A Record Of Destruction
An
ivfeiiM Mmisiei Mosbi Dayan to
mg decades ol Jora
Old ( Vv : Jerusal......
report by an Israeli ministerial con
The committee which was
the first des
Six-Day War, found that all but two ot
synagogues in the Old
and th- -vered ot Jewish cei i ,
Mount o! Olives had been con
demolished.
The report provides yet another -simple of
the Arab disregard tor religious and human :
a free lending library ot more than 14,001) rights in any territory under their control It ,,rrl- m fact, I recently en-
the humblest private in the
rmj an paaatonatel) deter
mined aevei to Hve beak the
more importani conquered ta*>
ritoiiea, eapedaliy the Gau strip
and atK)\,. ail Ihe West Bank of
the Jordan
Orrupied Arras
Daring an intensive inquiry in
h> main force an internal \ ,h
in >nt> of more than ..
Since the Dverwhelnui
rity of Israelis wish I
ti i r'',i, .,; conqui
Uame b
in. 11 u
i- ir.tenv |j COOVOnitl I
But suppose the ^rths
.lord.in and Egypt hi
read) to negotiate (
This i- reall) -..!. k
s. in has be* a -.* ii
lie has mentioned ni." ,
sioni -in h as aekirOe d
lei s permanent rich; I
hei ihippng r..t onU
Gulf oi AJtaba bin al-
Canal Tie ha
a true an,! permanent |>, .
b -, live \' I
lated that at:-1
. talks through ialen
the final deal can '>.
to-faci : "ill be
d b) The Arab*
t is no fueatioti
II -en. talking for Ihe S
eh helpfoHj elin jh*
all bitt insoluble pro! Ii
its there
question, too whether H-
may not later be betrayed
ser who is a pretl;, prad
trayer Yet in EtXPt the ir.d.ca-
tu>n.s are to gate thai Hi.
has solid coaemitnients fror,
Bgypttan leader
Phony Rrsj>lutioii
In the best manner lo be
the Egyptians are now of)
>t-in a barghlrdng ah
.iin b\ pushing a phoi
'lution in the IN ^e
It if this
.lid the economic pn *
Vi~-er continues, the "d ;ii leas! ewn thai Ni
ii issetn will Rnaflv go ^u
ether on the i he <
km. has outlined hi
rhal will strike fna
hands the shield
C+l'
will then t>e tbr
thing
in aver itkeij to produgf,
., .! s,.,!,.,| j. tae) have
ably demanded, but
the return of a!mo>t ll
quared terrlteriaj and i
the intcrnationali/ati-m
Holy City of Jerusalem Hi*
other choice will he hanm
b) what the) have h >ldu d*
the Arab minority and braviof,
out the stonn
It will be a very bitt.
make na mistake about it
second alternative is Chosen the
storm will be terrible: am
in* down more than a million
Aiabs will bring Israel perilous!!
close to Rhodesia Vet it seems
likely that the first alternative
will only be accepted h\ Israel.
if the fnited States and Ku-u
Hrg*|y join hands for this pureaN
which is also passible
1X7. Th WaaWneJJ]
Tlinra *>>nji, ai
^pvrlat'.t I
n to hold down ,"*1 i*r+mm* ar u- a


Friday, November 24, 1967
+Jmlsl) fhridUan
Poge
Border Clash Wiesenthal Confirms: Hunt For Gestapo
Follows Arab Chief Was On Wrong Track In Panama
m VIENNA (JTAK-Siaw
Ferrorisl Acts
^">
Li.. SHIOMO SITION
Israel Economist
To Address JNF
Tribute To Cohen
Dr Shlonui Sitt .in. Ki'onomic
Counselor at the Israel Embass) In
Washington, will be gueel speaker
at the Jewish National Fund testi-
monial banquet honoring Joseph
< oben pn-stdent of the Jewish
JVaUooal Fund Council of Greater
Miami, it was announced by Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of
the event. The banquet will be held
Sunday evening at the Diplomat
Hotel.
A leading economist. Dr Sitton
took part in the recent negotiations
between Israel and the European
Fconomie Community.
Born in Jerusalem, Dr. Sitton
Mrvcd in the British Army during
the Second World War and fought
with the Jewish Brigade in Italy.
.After the war. he remained in Eu
rope to work with the underground
immigration organization helping
thousands of Jeuish refugees to
Continued from Page 1-A
teors wrecked pumping station
south of Kfar Ruppin in the Bei-
san Valley.
Liter, a tun-hour gun battle
flared across the Jordan Ri\er
near 1'iiim Humetra. a river pas-
sage north of the Dead Sea. An
Israeli patrol car struck I mine on
an unpaved road there and one sol-
dier wag injured. When a second
patrol car came along shortly
after, Jordanian force* opened fire
on it from the east bank of the
river, The Israeli patrol returned
the fire and the exchange petered
out after two hours
Israeli officials lifted a curfew
imposed earlier in the week on the
town of Jenin, in the Israeli men
pied West Bank, after assailants
fired machineguns at a military
jeep None of the Occupants was
hurt. A search for the assailants
white the extended curfew was in
effect indicated that the gunners
had stolen a car to make their es-
cape, and that they had driven it to
the vicinity of the Jordan River
Officials said they had apparently
crossed over into Jordan.
reach the shores of Palestine.
In 1960. Dr Sitton joined the
Israel Ministry of Finance as Eco-
nomic Counselor to the Foreign
Currency Division. During his serv
ice with the Israel Treausry. he at
tended a number of international
economic conferences
Two years ago. he was appointed
Economic Counselor at the Israel
Embassy in Washington.
Guest artist at the banquet will
be songstress l.ydia King
VIENNA (JTA)*- Simon Wiesen-
hal-. head of the ("enter for Docu-
mentation of Nazi Crimes here,
'onfirmed that the man arrested
in Panama earlier this week was
lot the long sought Herman Muel-
ler, one time chieftain of the Gefl
tapo,
His statement followed an an-
nouncement in Panama City by
Hector Valdes. chief of Panama's
Investigation Department, that fin-
rints had confirmed the sus-
pect's assertion that he was Fran-
ks Willard Smith, a "pathetic old
man"' who was born t>7 years ago
in Webb CitV, Mo and who is now
i naturalized citizen of Panama.
He has been living there about
ten years, peddling second hand
clothes. Wiesenthal said that
Mueller would have had enough
money not to stay in Panama
which he called "a very insecure
place" for Nazi war criminals.
The Nazi-hunter added that there
BRITAIN, EGYPT
RESUME TIES
LONDON (JTA) Great
Britain and Egypt will re-
sume diplomatic relations
during the first part of next
month, and an exchange of
ambassadors will follow as
soon afterwards as possible,
it was announced here this
week Relations with Britain
were severed by Egypt on
the issue of Rhodesia
wes no evidence
had been found
that any Nazis
n Panama.
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lent to lieutenant general in the
German Main Security office and
who had been Adolf Bichmann's
roper ir in the Gestapo, disappear
ed from Berlin in li)45 in the cats-
clysmic final days of World War II
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Panama
1973 Completion
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DesaiJnulioii Plant
JERUSALEM (JTA)An at
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r< ady until 1975, but will h.i\
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50 percent greater than origir
lai.ned, .lames Ramey, mrmh, if
the U s Atomic Energy Com
sion, said here this week.
Mr Ramej who stopped re
for discussions of the project
c Minister Eshkol and n
ol the Israel Atomic En
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Friday. Nc
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND NEWS
Enthusiastic Response to Joseph Cohen Dinner
President of the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, to be Honored Twice This Year
Judge Herbert S Shapiro, chair-
nan of the Joseph Cohen testi-
monial dinner to be held at the
Diplomat Hotel on November 26tn
has announced that this event pro-
mises to be one of the outstanding
events of the season. In addition,
. c-^ch Cohc:i will be the guest o'
honor at the Jerusalem Reunited
banquet to be held on Decembe'
10th at the Fontaineb'eau Hotel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman and Judge
Harold B. Spaet a'e honorary co-
chairmen cf the November 26th
banquet, and Juoge Harold B.
Spaet will serve as master of
ceremonies at the December 10th
affair.
Mr. Joseph Cohen, philanthropist,
civic leader, and humanitarian will
be honored by the JNF of Greater
Miami for dynamic leadership that
he provided for the last year in
guiding the destiny of the JNF to
greater heights and achievements.
"We are proud to have such a
devoted leader of his people," said
. udge Herbert S. Shapiro, "and to
co him honor is to do honor to the
cause that Jewish National Fund
represents" Tho-e <>n the dinner
( mittec are as follows: Hrrbcrt
S Shapiro, chairman. Hanbi Mayer
Abramou i/. Mr and Mrs Max
Benjamin Appel. And
ft Bialolenki, Mom- Berick, Mr
Manny Rerma.i. Mr-- Eva Blum.
Mr- Ida Book-pa ;>. Irving Cohen,
Joseph Cohen L> |
orary co-cha
.ioi pa ( oiien, Mi Jacob Da\ is,
V Sail) Dcimor. Mr. and Mrs
Hyman Dubowy, Hairy Feldman,
Ezra line- Id. Jacob Kishnian.
Abraham Kraullm. May-hie I
berg, Mr- Robert tiarber. Mrs
William Gruber Abraham GMfihut.
M.i\ Hccht. Mr. and Mr- Peter
rjaHrr. Mrs. Ethel Herman Sam
Kagan, Bernard Kate, Ze\ K
Kujjan. Sam Kopkind. Mr and
Mr-. Noah Krakower. Mrs Joseph
Krani.'. 1'hilip K...1.1-. Di Irving
l.ih'inan. Mr- I oui- Lustig. Luba
vargolin. Oscar Mantber, Mrs
Abraham Mason. Herman MedOW,
Moni- Mlnov, Mrs Miriam Press


I
lulius Rosenstein, Mrs Samuel
Sack, 1 "ii Samuel.' S
Mrs w aii Mi y< .....
Bernard Silvi Si S er. Jud
Harold B Spai I, Mr and Mrs
Joshua / Staamn, Mr and Mrs
Heir.I- raimad
baum, Bill Weiss, Mrs Ida Wessel
Morris Yudewite, Dr Baei Zuck
baum
.
J.A.F. Couple of the Month
Mr. and Mrs Meyer Siegel, were chosen the Jewish
National Fund Couple ot the Month ', for November
lor their outstanding efforts in behalf ot the J<
National Fund
They have |usl completed a nine months s'ay
rael where they have been imbued with renew-
ed spirit and vgor to redouble their efforts on behalf
of Israel and the Jewish National Fund.
ro ngi- Hern in I Weisman.
d ot America
Col ewisl -'
''' i '.'
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman ot
the Foundation of the .-.ish
National Fund Council of
er Miami, welcomes Dr
Aron National Executive .
president of the
Fund of Amen.
one ot the guest speaker
the Joseph Cohen
dinner, on No.
the Diplomat Hotel
> ceieoration ot Josei I
lent of tl ..,.
R
.. |n.
Left to right: Mrs Saul Breeh. Cantor Saul Breeh
Mrs. R chard Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Meyer
Siegel. Mr. and Mrs Meyer Siegel, JNF Couple of
the Month Standing m rear: Zev W Kogan
Left to right: Mrs Meyer Siegel, Rabbi David Raab of
Temple Beth Raphael and Meyer Siegel
Standing Mr and Mrs Ben
Cowan, daughter-.n-law and son
cf Mr Joseph Cohen, President
of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami
Photo shows: Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
the executive board, speaking bch
lerj at the regular monthly meet
Nat.onal Fund Council of Greater M.- non<
Joseph Cohen, president of the Jewish I
I to r are- Mrs Jacob Davis. Mrs I
Cohen. Mrs Miriam Fierst, Mrs. Mina p's Mr
Mrs Herman Medow, and Mrs Dorothy Ka


Triday. N v 24, 1967
Evron Is Guest Speaker
At Emanu-El Dinner
vJen isti FkridHan
P':q-^
Kphrnim Evron. Minister Pl< in
poW-ntiary of Israel to the I lilted
States, will come to Miami to join
n honoring Mr and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. Temple K.nanu-El and com-
munity leaders, at the Temple
K.(-.nth the starred in the Hebrew
version of "The Kinn and I '
It tvai Miss Kaz who introduced
"JerussJeni the Golden" to the
troops of Israel during the Six [).,v
War
The Temple Emanu-El Israel
Dinner of State, a black-tie event.
' ill itarl at 7 o'clock and will be
preceded by a reception fur mem
is ol the committee of patron
hostl and their guests
Mesivta Dinner To Fele
Mr. And Mrs. Kolko
fPMKd.V rVffON
'Imanu El Israel Dinner of state
Mimlay evening, D the Poo
linebleau llou-l
With the n nnouneemenl
i..t IkmbasM tvraham Hai
man was leaving his post in Wash
igtoa to return to Israel, Mr
i\ i on, as li mber of his
(ountrj itic < orps in the
I'niied State: the Am
bassa lor's duties and a.!! come to
Israel I
dom Award p n Mr and Mrs
sirkin, who will be honored for
their reai to Israel
Adding a gala note to the i>i"
reedings will be the first appeal
BRce in H in Miss Rivks Raz,
Israel's "Mj I ly." who
been hailed b> : itil lUdi
.lilt-. and in the
pttali o( E n ipe
Born :n .lei "' II R
! irkish de- nt and has
ockcted i" as li
cad: Before her rise
;n. Miss l: 12 had served in
Israel's WOI II my and
been In eomm i i ol wonti
i> prison
in Israel, E nd the I nited
known for hci
il. Fair I.adj.
Reform Jews
I rge Dialogue
( onliiiualioii
Continued from Page 1-A
n I vilification tl at seeks to place
tajor responsibility on the United
Main "t the war in Viet Nam"
. 'id th..t "equallt do reject the
tunsel of those calling for intensi
l ed military engagement."
The resolution contrasted with
'ho ropeoted otminai by ttto
UAMC pr.iidont Raobi Maurice
Eivendrath, that the United
States get out of Viet Nam im-
mediately. In his opening ad-
dress to the convention. Rabbi
Eisendrath called the war "a
bloody carnage and "a deep
born in the American soul."
The delegates apparently BUM
red from Rab>J>i Eisendrath on
I is call for a resolution arhlch
-- onld urge a lav. to accord consci-
cntious objector rights to those
> ho oppose only "a particular
i meaning the VTel Nam eon.
tlict Alter a healed floor debate.
ted a resolution
calling tor selective conaeienUous
" by prospective draftees
I n- the Viet Nam war. The dele
stea approved i proposal calling
: >i e\p inasofl il opportunities for
on combat militarj and l""1 mi1'
larj set vh e for .ill conscientious
ctors, calling for "utmosl
In preventing the ue of the
rtiv4 service law as "punish
1 lent" gain ipponents of the
Temple Zion Dinner
Set For Saturday
Preparations were nearing com-
iletion this week lor the Temple
Zion Israel Dinner ol State hon-
oring Mr and Mrs Stevan Simon
.n recognition of their years of
tervice lor Israel as well ai for
many communal causes The din
ner will he held Saturd.iv evening
it the Pontaineblean Motel
Guest speaker at the dinner will
U' Gen Amos Hore ol the 11 i
eral staff of the Israel Defense
Forces Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
spiritual leader of Temple Zion. Is
f tile ev ent
i i\ ith
: : t-selling
i
: in rsl ipln
. ....
in n .
day
Hebrew-Speaking Culture
3roup to Meet Saturday
The Moadon Mahistadruth llaiv
rith, the Hebrew speaking culture
club ol Greater Miami, will hold
its initial meeting at H p m. Satur-
i i\ al Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Avraham Ben Hillel
will discuss Israel's Six-Da) War at
the gathering which is open to all
Hebrew speak in p< rsi
flyman and Pearl Kolko. promi-
nent philanthorpista active in Jew-
ish communal affairs, will be (he
guests of honor at the seventh ail-,
nual dinner of the Mesivta High
School ot Greater Miami to be hrki
sunday evening, Dec 3. at the
Deauville Hotel, it was announced
b) iiviii.in Galbut. chairman of the
dinner committee and Rabbi David
s.uiders. principal of the Mesivta.
Some 700 guestfi are expected to
attend the event, which is the Insti-
tution's inaugural function of the
year
Formerly residents of Rochester,
NY, Mr. and Mi- Kolko have
been active in support of Jewish
education in the United States and
Israel where the) have endowed
lassrooms, libraries and buildings
\ pasl president of the Mesivta,
Mr Kolko has been nationally re
ignited for his pioneering work in
education and in Zionist affairs
He was a Founder and pres
i the Hebrew Academj ol Roches
and has been active in th(
Jewish National Fund and the Re
ii- Zionists of America He is
currently a membei of the hoard
il the Meshta
Mrs Kolko i- president
Beth Israel Sisterhood and of the
Hatikvah < hapur of Mizrachi
en She i- also a board mem
iber of the Hebrew Academy and
a foondei ol the Mesivta Women
founded seven years ago, the
Mesivta is a Hebrew High School
combining an academic senior high
school with an intensive Hebrew
studies program The only school
oi its kind in this part of the coun-
try, the Mesivta has many students
from various Latin American com-
munities among m- -indent bod)
Louis Samuels Is
(lluli Prexy Again
Lou Samix .- Miami Beach real
e broKer, u.,- unanimous!)
elected president oi the B
Club till- week
Also reek eti I inai imously w
I an > r.
S il Sal.hutz second ice presidi i
Ruth Schwai tzlx cording si
v Ruth Sti con
-ei retai nd Leo Podolsky
S i R (bin Was elected tl I
Din ctors named w ere I
]i and Max Goldhi
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EDWAHD COHEN
Moral Commitment
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Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, presi
dent of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, spoke on
the "State of Our Union" at the
organization's national conven
tKin m Montreal. He called on
the 3,000 delegates to make a
commitment of the moral, ph> m
cal and financial resources of the
Reform Jewish movement to a
far reaching -tries of programs
designed to arrest poverty, pro-
mote racial justice and strengthen
the moral pressure for world
peace
Rabbi Eisendrath's biennial
exercise in mnemonics the
deliver] of a one and one-half
hour speech without referring to
notes but almost a word-for-word
parallel of the printed text issu
ed later rame at the close of a
reek which had seen the Arch
bishop of Montreal resign the
largest archdiocese in the Bntish
Commonwealth.
king to a well-dressed audi
MCC 111 tb lush confines of the
Qua. n Elizabeth Hotel Dr Kisen
dratfa'i call for social action
somehow seemed out of place It
I) with the deci
sion of Cardinal 1-eger to become
a pauper to work with lepers in
Africa as a simple missionary
prii
"I have reached an age the
' ai old Cardinal had said
earlier, "where a certain scleio
sis ol the soul and body might
let in It is to easy to become
in.ialled in comfortable habits
after having exercised authont>
for a long time The spur must
be used to get out of the rut "
No one questions Rabbi Eisef
drain's sincerity Hr has put too
much on the line though he.
too. has a life contract not to
be accepted at face value.
We .tew i are tor radical jus
tire, but concerned enough about
emitlsm and (he vlo
W-i> I reels to resist Imp
le
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n.,1 > nlmn n
mw
tance to a resoluliu^**^-**
which would pernv our youth to
't...... ..IrT, V. n ,. f ?.
Congregations in protest against
the Eisendrath stand on social
issues, other congregations of
strength and influence have
shown their distaste by not send
ing delegates or, at best, one or
two where they are entitled to
20 or more.
The extent ol the crisis has not
been glossed over and F.isen
drath said it clearly: "If we stake
our leadership on this moral
stance as we see it erroneous
as il might sevm to others we
stand a good chance of having
our religious institutions blown
to bits, chewed up by internecine
combat within our congregations."
But, "Conscience demands of
everyone who calls himself by
the name of Jew, even more
surely of those who would pur
port to be lenders in the syna
gogue. to take a stand as for
me. I must walk in the way of
the Lord as i iee it"
Rabin Eisendrath's penchant
for controversy in the seculai
world to which man) dele
gates object in principle was
earned over into the area to
which the) felt he should con
fine himself
Asserting Mis support of the de
lirab lit) ol establi hing Reform
Jewish Day Schools, he cntici/
ed "the hypocrisy of those who
v.ew with alarm the prospect
oui Reform Jewish kids wending
theh way to some Jewish Da>
Bell rol but who have no objec-
tion to stnding them to all but
Ju'Unrein Christian nursery and
prep schools "
Although he claimed that 80
percent of the Reform rabbinate
supported his stand, the reaction
to this section of his lengths
speech seemed in some ways a-
\iolent as that to the Vietnam
and draft proposals Foi inan\
who support hi- position on po
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tMi^caliijiKtl problems i>l 'In
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LBJ Accepts Gift Of Jerusalem Bible From JNF Group
By Special Report
WASHINGTON President L) n
don B Johnson was presented re
cently with a Silver Jerusalem
Bible and other rare volumes on
. Biblical and Jewish themes destin-
ed for the Lyndon Balnea Johnson
Library at the Unlversit) ol Ti
The presentation was made by
Herman L. Wci.sin.in. president ol
the Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica, Dr. Milton Aron. executive vice
president of the Fund and Jim
Novy, honorary chairman of the
JNF Foundation, at a special cere-
mony in the presidential office at
the White House.
President Johnson expressed
his appreciation to his visitors
tr>6 informed them that the vol-
umes make a significant and his-
toric addition to the Johnson
Library.
The other volumes given to the
President are a "Succinct Account
PRESIDENT JOHNSON rraetoi L. Weismcm pi
'.' nnl Fund 'it a I ml '. :.: :
r. Dr. Mi'.' Ai [Nl lent, and"
reir indatl
of the Kites and Ceremonies of the Psalter: the Book of Psalms m six
b) David l.evi. published in language's In parallel columns, pub
London in 1783, and the "Hexaptar Hahed in London in 1843.
2,500 Russian
[Military Experts
Now lii Egypt
London i.ita, Members of the
Soviet military mission in Egypt
admit that there are some 2.500
Russian instructors, engineers and
technicians now working with the
ptian armed forces whose mo
rale has "improved greatly" as
result of the new weapons received
from the USSR, and new tramm |
methods
This was reported this week by
Clare Hollingworth, Daily Teh-
graph correspondent in Cairo, who
observed thai Nasser has "regain
eel faith in himself' and believes
that he can continue to lead Egypt
and force an Israeli withdrawal
from Sinai.
Hollingworth reported that RlU
sian experts have concluded lhal
it is impossible to train Egypt's
illiterate peasantry in the use of Soviet MKis "which are hidden
high!) sophisticated Soviet weap iway in upper Egypt in areas for-
ms and equipment Ka a result, all ,l'1''" t(l civilians,'' Hollingworth
.. reported. The jets will soon be
ol the new weaiHins shipped hv j u.i-.
moved to underground shelters
Russia to Egypt since last Junes ft.mcn cin ;i|r(.a(|y De ^n when
war are tar more simple to opei riying in or out of Cairo," his dis-
ate Egypt has also received new patch stated.
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*Je ist fkridHLur
Friday, November ?4. 1967
CITED FOR ISRAEL ROLE
hi
Newman, Gadon Are
Freedom Awardees
Two Miami imisli communal
aden were this week named re
i nta ot the Israel Freedom
ward for their outstanding sop
>rt ol Uriel
I hey are Robert II Neuman.
idely known figure in the civic
id religious life of the communitj
. ho will be presented with the env
ROBIRT H. MWMAN
Saturda) evening,
i 9; and Louis veteran
it. teai ius lead-
'i will be honored al the Con-
n Bt Ih Dai id Israi I Din-
State on Sunday evening,
c 10 B< Ih event* will be al the
tainebh au Hoi
luncemenl ol the e\ enl hon-
Mr N< n ai v as in.nU- by
Herbert M Baumgard, spii itual
remple Beth Am.
Mr Newman, president for
throe years of Temple Befh Am,
I >id also a past president of the
South Florida Federation of the
Jnion of American Hebrew Con-
.legations has been active on
Dehalf of Israel for many years
-nd was the chairman of the first
inner on behalf of Israel Bonds
eld under the auspices of Tern-
-le Beth Am several years ago.
\ n embei ard
the Union of American Hebrew
1 in. Lions he has achieved na-
nition tor his leader-
eh all ni the Reform move-
Hi .- .i trustee ol the D
l ninty Leukemia So< ietj past
>idi ni Phi Epsilon Pi Alumni
isoefation, and is present!) on the
:ii ol Trustees ol Temple Beth
IN i- active in B'nai B'nth
'i is .i Mason
Dinner chairman will be Dr.
axwell Dauer. fir>t vice president
Temple Beth Am. Serving with
I i. Dauer are David .1 Light, lion
ary chairman, and Herman W
> ldman i .M-li.iiim.in
Chairmen of the Committee ol
l itron Hiisis for the dinner are Mr.
; ni Mrs Leonard l.uria. who in
' eir firs! BCl as ehairmen of the
( immittee, extended invitations to
mbon ni the Committee of I'a-
ii Hoata lo a reception at their
i IBM, 13600 S\\ Tilth Axe.. Satur-
y, \m li-"i a: tight o'clock.
Announcement that Mr. (iadon.
-. io ha- been a teacher at < !oi
lion Beth David for thirty yean,
. II be the recipient of the coveted
vaid. u.is niadi- In Rabbi Sol
I iiidau spiritual leader ol the con
Ogafion
In making the announcement.
Rabbi Landau noted, "In honor-
n, Louis Gadon, we pay tribute
' o a man who has devoted his lifo
o fostering the faith, the culture
and ftie love of Israel through
*wo generations of Miamians.
For 30 years ho has kept alive
the spirit of Israel in the hearts
of our young people and through
thorn the families of our congre-
gation. '
Noting thai Congregation Beth
id, in keeping with its place as
the oldest synagegtn in Miami.
was the first in the city of Miami
o institute congregational dinners
>n behalf of State of Israel Bonds.
labbi 1-andau said. "In this crucial
aac m the life oi Israel, our Dia-
ler of State on Dec 10 will truly
ellecl our awareness of Israels
onlinuing need for our unabated
eonomic support."
Louis Gadon, senior member of
the Belli David Congregation fac-
ulty, was born in Lithuania, where
he received his early education un-
der the famous Rabbi Kahneman.
Alter coming to America in 19:!!'.
he continued his studies in the He
brew Theological College of Chi-
cago and the Hebrew Teachers
Seminary oi Yeshiva College at
New ^ >>rk. of which he is an alum
mis lie began his teaching career
a! Beth David in 1937 and has been
there tince with only service in
the l S armed forces interrupting
his d 'i'i l!*4:i I i 1!4. when
al m Prance and Gei
main .
\ member oi B'nai B'rith. The
Jew i-h \\ ar Veterans and the exi
lom Awar I i] Mr.
| '.' -'
n I I
S635.000 Bonds Pledged
\t Beth Sholom Dinner
lOWS GADON
jtive board of the Bureau of Jewish
/'location, he is the president of
lie Hebrew Teachers Assot i.itlon
at) i Miami
Effects Of Bias On
Youth Is On Agenda
Of N.C.CJ. Meet
"The Effects of Discrimination
Upon Children and Youth" will be
examined at a today meeting
sponsored by the National Confer-
ence ui Christiana and Jews, to be
held Sunday through Friday at the
Sea Gull Hotel. Miami Beach.
National representatives from
youth-serving agencies throughout
the country will participate in the
annual conference, it was announc
ed h> Dr .lames M Eagon, Na-
tional vice president of NCCJ and
the cochairmen of the Florida
board of governon ol NCCJ. Fed
era! Judge C Clyde Atkins and
Richard Wolf.son, senior vice pres-
ident oi wometco Batecprisei
Dr Fa-en will be the Institute
Director ol the conclave, held an
Dually for the past several yean
National!) I noun speakers and
panel discussion leaders include:
Dr Joseph II Douglass. National
Institute oi Mental Health. Bethcs
da. Mil Dr Hairy Bakwin. past
president, American Academy of
Pediatrics and Dr. Imasl 0 Mel
by. professor of education. Florida
Atlantic I niversity
The Conference will close next
Friday alternoon with a summary
of the six day conclave and recom-
mendations lrom the group discus-
sions by Dr K.usen
The women's division of the
Florida Board of Governors of
NCCJ will host the affair and ar
range the opening reception which
will take place Sunday evening
under the enchairmanship of Mrs
Charles Edward EntecUne, Mn
Aaron Fair and Mrs. Stanley Mil
ledge.
Respondii .. lo an appeal b) M -
(Hilda Ml
inic aid to israi
by Dr l eon Kronish
ihairman ol lbs Greal Miami
Boi Oi ganization, some 500 mem
her- ol T< mple Beth Sholom
ehasi i MS!..... Stab 4 Israel
Bonds ,,t the Temple's I si ael l > i
net ot State

was the ofl
off ol th< 1867 t ill Israel B
drive and is l runm r I
series of and or
ganizatioi al pvi -its on beball ol
Israel Bonds
Honored at the occasion were
Mr and Mrs Max Weitx, re-
cipients of the Israel Freedom
Award, for their lifelong service
to Israel.
At an e.ii lier reception Mi i
Meir addressed sum.,- ffOO Greetei
Miami Jewish comraanit) leaden
At both Occasions she evoked the
ttest applause when she assert
ed. "No 11 solution of the Ii l<
Nations will make us go hack to
where WC were before the S:\ Dav
War
Israel- former Foreign '
emphasised, No intertnediarj
force us to step hack to where
Egypt, .Ionian and Syria can do the
job they set out to do in June-the
destruction of Israel and the anni
filiation of our people
She said. Peace will not come
from the UN. The United Nations
not strong enough to prevent
war. It will not be strong enough
to make peace, because they will
not do the simples! thing necessary
, to lead toward peace- insist thai
the Jews and Arabs must meet face
. flict"
if|n i pro ram pal in
Mn \ C
l" ni Jonas Bi I Al
liert. .lames K op*s antoi l>
i nnv iaei ami Rabbi Danii I Ki an
/el Mrs Meil I h>
Sidiu-v D Ansin
Pa rtii tl Is
M pi Mi
Mrs Max Rosci
Abram Ba
and bi Mr
Mr- Joseph Ash, Mr and Mrs
i] M Jo* pal Ar
kin. Mi and Mrs Harry DeJur,
Mr- '11 Lid) Ha.ne: -, lllag, M i
Mn Leon Ell Mi bi I Mn v
Lipp Mi and Mn, I lis Amdur,
Mis Carrie Bosen, Mr and Mis
David I'onve Mn Samoa] Becker
man. Mr and Mrs Morris < ooper,
Mr and Mrs Edward Greenfield
Mr and Mrs gam I einstein, Mi
end Mrs Men Rlmi r, Mi and Hi -
Ralph Spero Hi and Mi- laaai
Donen Dr and Mn Ralph i
Mrs \ i Fun
Tribute Is l'ai VfoDHignor Kiirrv
Ms .r William \ Bai rv .,
er of Bairv College who died last
I nday at the a.;e of 81, WBJ eiilo-
i tin- week hv Dr irvmg Lehr
man. spiritual leader ol Temple
Emanu-El at a meeting : the eon
Btion'i Brotherhood.
A eloaa friend of Hie late Magi
Barry, Dr Lehnaan this week de-
scribed him as a "dynamic indl
Vidual" who w.is "cloee and friend
1> to the Jewish community Dr
Lehrman said that Hsgr Barry
would be remembered for hit
warmth and humor th.,1 m a d e
main friends
World Bank Signs
$15 Million Loan
Pact With Israel
WASHINGTON An agreement
for a loan of SI5.000.000 by the
World Bank to the Industrial D,
velopment Bank of Israel was -i
ed here this week l>\ repp's.
tives of the two institutions
The funds will be utilized by the
Israel bank lo lend money to m
dustrial firms in that countrv
the purchase of goods and services
vital to the development of 1-]
The loan agreement was signed
on behalf of the World Bank
Burke Knapp. Its vur president
and on behalf of the Industrial Di
velopment Bank of Israel h;. S in
uel Rothbarg and Abraham Did
stem, member* of its Board Mi
Rothberg is President ol ('.,
for Israel. Inc., which handle
sale of IDBl stock in the I
state- and Mr Dlckensteii I
idesM ot \m|..,l
The loan was miaranteed bj II
government of Israel and th.
intee Mas signed on Israel bi I
ii> Ambasaadar Avraham liar
I ins s the icoend loan w h
Industrial Dovelopmenl Bai -
i 11 ed lrom the World Bai i I
first, in 108S was for GO WO.ooti
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Friday, November 24, 1967
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By ISABEL GROVE
City News Editor
Mart) outstanding women in our
community wrhoae talents echo in
chamber! beyond our local boun
lanes are tapped frequent!) for
*tate titi national posts Com
mittee appointmi nts recentl) an.
il l>> the National < 'o
o Jewish Women spotlight
>! our mosl lumim at i i
-. among them M i Stanlej
bonorar) vice pre
N't JW Mi \.,: m Farr
I vice president Mn
Edwin Oppenheim, Miami S<
president Others who hold
loi al "Mice and
ction in hi hei i lelons .iii
Bloom, \irs In ins
Burl Mrs
I I'.i enni itrs S
Lev. is
*'ho siiffei ;
to the
II tin re .'
b> at
Troj ical Pai I
1'iti p is chai
i astui i s u- that p.H '
money taken in thai daj i-
ked for the J i luxil
A the Home I l \ i
da ami .i'ii,,(.' r- BMhei
i iti did mi h .i tat ional \ b
hi lha fir-t United Cerebral Pals)
unebeoa la-i year she's been
asked to iteer the second to the
me io turn her back on a ile
serving cause, Bather has plune ght m again named Dee L3 as
he data and the grand ballroom
f 'he Deauville -i- the plaoe (or
hi affair Aj j i relude to the
holida) season, the ~;i!.t will fea-
ture bubbly champagne decora
is and a showing ol Florida
lashiona b) Jordan Marah Mrs
Irthur Marks is the lad) to eon
tact fur chou < tables
rhanksgivit barel)
iver the horizon, the Beth Am
:.il committee aln ad) well
i plans for New Year's Eve
taeata will ring out the old and
ring in the new to coin < phrase
nvitb all the traditional trappings
>t lavora, food and ontartain-
it William Sanaa wan thai
, nervations are limited and an
aln ad) going fast

Mr- Pegg) Rosenberg decora
..i i hairman <>f the Cedai >l
, bam n Hospital Annivei
: :, Ili.it W ie plan
i ROral surprise thai
have the black < i :
for .i long, l"i time!" Posh event
for I'.. 9 in the Grand
i lioom of the FontaineWi i
v m King .- stai attraction
THE SOCIAL WHIRL
I,. ,i, :. i| South l londa Mint
5 Mr and Mrs Sam \ G
i will be the c nter ol the
lestiMtios Saturday night at W
> iev. Country Club Oc .i-i"" for
tii.- cocktail buffel Is the coup
golden wvdehux anniversary, and
boars for the party will be their
children, looaiites Mr .mil Mrs
n H Goldstein, Mr and Mrs
( hai lea GoldMoin and Mr and
M < II Roaaol New York City
Mao araatnt will be thair six
grandchildren, Arthur and Dorian
Rosa, John and Burton B Gold-
j, i atrick and Ann Gol i
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Active in communit)
Mr Goldstein is a founder and
truatog oi Ml Sinai Hospital
paal preaidenl of Temple Israel,
vice chairman of the personnel
board oi the 'ity ot Miami Beach,
a meraber oi the Krawala Club,
Standard Club, and WoatVlaa
Country Club. Ml* tioldsuin la
also \ery much Identified with
community arfanlsatiooa, bakaj
life member of the Women's Com-
mittee of Brandeis i niversitj
godmother of \it Sinai Hospital
Auxiliar) and of Don-las Car
dens She jg ,, member ol National
( ouncil ot Jewish Women. Sister
hood Ol Temple Israel, the Won;
n's i ommil t of Jewish Fa il
l>il Iren's Service, Ha I
and numi rous other en ic and cul
ini/al ions
Vmoi the hi' ol tow n guest*
be present an \i
Mrs iti n of Al
'iAORUS t RUTH URNfR "Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established in J94S'-<
Famous
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MIAMI
FAC.UT.ES BEACH
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\OW OPKX 7 DAYS I WEEK
Istlhl'l
' .i I > and G Silvi
Neu York Mrs I and
Mi- Cecil Cohen ol Bast Chi
a Ind Mr ami Mrs R iberl
: loss more. Ill Mrs
Max Krolnfi ol W i Ion D C
Mrs Aleck Ellison of Charleston,
S.C and Mr and Mr- Ed Clcin
of Montgomery, Ala brothers
and listen of Mr and Mrs Gold
stem and Mrs ll> man S Jacobs
Of Atlanta c.< \\ ho i Mrs < lold
stein's aunt
Rabbi and Mrs Merel Wein
who left fm a three-week tour ol
Israel Sunday arere the Rucata of
honor al a gala bon voyage party
boated b> Rabbi and Mrs Abra
ham Korl
Among tin- man)
w re Mr an Mrs Sam Wald
Mrs Max G itman.
Mr and Mrs llyman Kolk i Dr
and Mrs Samuel Sadlr M ises
Grundwen R ibl i and Mr- SI
i.-\ Wi i-- Rabbi and Mrs Gimple
Orimland, Mr and Mrs Michael
Jacoboi its Rabbi and Mrs Phin
,-1- Weberman, Mr and Mr-
Morton Mayberg, Rabbi and Mrs
Abraham Blc-of-k\ Mr and Mrs
Harry R.....nbi rg, Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs Aaron Goldman. Mr
and Mr- Julius Sukenick, Mr and
Mrs Murra) Rosenberg Di
Mrs Irwin Makovsk) Mr and
Mr- Martin Gi net, Mr and Mrs
Sam Schachno, Mr and Mrs i eo
Robinson, Mr and Mrs Henry
Groudan and Mr and Mrs \\
Moskoai1
\ time Mi
a half centurj
ol togetherness, Isaac and Lena
Pushkin Bui bi e) bad in-
sisted thai "the) didn't wanl
fuss made, it was with a great
deal ol secrecy that 'heir d iu h
ter, Fa) and spoil e \; \ronson.
with their ion Mann) at I
tus Claire ai ran [cd a surprise
family dinner part) al King's Ba)
Country club I1 pp) i lincidence
found former Miamians Irving
and Dena K.it/. long lime fl
oi the Pushkins In town at the
right time to join the festive cele
brat ion
THE MUSICAL SCENE
An 11-year old prodigy, '
Davidson, "ill hi' the featured
guest pianist at the openim
cert of the South Florida Youth
Symphon) Orchestra Sunday eve
nine in the North Miami Beach
.\u litoi ium The orchestra Is con
! b) conductoi composei
i ,,i men Nappo.
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if you mis d the delightful
romi dy, stop the World I \\ anl
io Get Off," hen it played in
London or Nem York, you can
eatch up with it one of the nights
between Dec 10 and 18 at the
Rfflg Theatre al the University of
Miami
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MtVuiul K^f S.mmliy
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AMAVAT SHALCV rONGFr,
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES MM SW it *ve
Conservative. Cantor Sc: Pakowiti.
BETH DAVID. :6""6 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi So' Landau
Cantor William W. l_icon
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BETH EL. 500
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TEMPLE btln t. .
WOOD. 1301 S 'th
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TEVPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1848
Jef'rrjon Ave Conservative Ral-r"
David Raab Canter !" B'-h
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KMPLE ZION 8000 M..ir Rd. Con
aervativ*. Rabb. Alfred Waxman
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Mi
AMI 0 NE 171st St. Orthodax
Rabbi Naftali Porush
; VOUNC iSR'l ^c '""' nF*f'
1942.44 V* .-.jhinfton Ave Rabbi A
BenHillaJ-
TEMPLE SMOLOM IM SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab
bi Morris A. Skop Cantur L*on
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for vv hal '"en si abtrnl
Mm Sadie Bulllvai antl
,ura Saturdaj
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Active Retirement
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave .
M B Orthodox. Raobi Srnu'yi"U T.
Swrsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.

BETH KODESH VI SW IJttl Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor B-n D'Ckson.
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aamv SI Your fSi Mud
Mr I. ft
the i a '
jftth erxarj Saturday
4-, | gerl IV* I1- -
lit alh 4 4'. p m II) Son Live*."'
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BETH TORAH Ifjath M nd NE nth
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
sch-ti Cantor Jacnt "i
Friday I IS p.m Baa Mltsval !-'
dauahter ol Mr and Mr- Ourdon
u/olfson I >r Upachiti and Johs-db
Golden, ronfnr*Tatlon preMuent, will;
prcaenl report on the I i led Byna-
k-t,j.-ut- ol America convention Satur-
:;n M m Bar Mitsvan Martin,
.1 Mr- Nat Pollti; "iary
i.f Judne und Mr- Martin
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW Slat t. ,
Conservative RaW)i Samuel Giase-
man.
Fridj\ > "' |tm S;iiunla> < m BBT
Mltivah: Hvan. aon t.f Mr ml Mr*. I
MaaahaJI fhern. Mineha l:M )t m.
ETH TFILAM 916 Ewlid Ave. Or.
thedox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackevaky-
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hvy Conservative. '
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zioe Kiraehenbaum.
PrMav KM ii.m Men'* "liil- m Inllexl -. 1 ,i
Kivlrur." Men's i 'lull ill i.....
i ttieit Shahbat Saturdaj >' m >
Portion t.f ih. Werk
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B'NAl RAPHAti. "401 Mt*j 'H1*d St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner

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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. tS4t WahnQt-" A\e
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
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TT. LAUDEKOAI e EMANUEI. 18C1
S. Andrew* Avs Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Levtton. Caitc. Jerome
Klement.
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FT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
12C E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2*00 Pnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 170'
Johnson St. Conservative Rabb-
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbrann
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbt Avrom L
Drum Cantor Nathan Parnass
Prid d p in .-' nx
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JACOB C COHtN COMMUNITY
SYNAC.OGUf 1532 Washington Ave j
Orthodox Rabbi Ttbor H. Stem
Cantor Meyer Engel
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KNESETH iSRAr'L '4M Euc'irl Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lenrf.elo
Cantor Abraham Sr'f
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VINVONAIRES SYNAGOG'v E 737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional Cantor
Louts Cohen.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bond Dr. M B
Ortr-jaox. Kabbt Ph.neas Weas.
man.
BEPHARDIC JKvV I 'ItWjsW
Collins Ave Rabbi Sad. NahntAai
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE leUt NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.

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TEMPLE ADATh YBSHURUN Con
M'vjtivr 1025 NE 'H <; Mjmi
Gardens R.I Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor H*rry Sterl PI g

TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall |
Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard Cantor Micha*l Kyrr
in Bei mo H'
iiifiut-nt >> on Early America
rda.] : i i .. m Bar Mltavi h Ben,
f Mr at,.I Mr- Howard Bch-
warlx. Nell, sen of Mr and Mr*. '
TEVPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly,
-vnorl '~?*i Monro- ^t C""lf vil *-
Rabbi Morton Ma'avsky. Cantor
Philip Lutman.
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Hit r\ Saturdaj 10:4.' Bai
Mrs
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rEMOLE BF I H vHOLOV 4144 C*"**'
Ave Liberal Mbhi Leon Kronisn
Canter David Corvuer

TFVPLt BUM TOV 64"* SW atn
St Conservative Rabbi Blman *'
Pi .ii IS ii m Sermon A Thanka.
i ..- M'-..it. Ones Shabhal host-
ed by Mr urn! Mm \l't K"-t iii
their i* tiding am vi
s .-ii......m S< rn I*i-ni-n
of tht* U't-ik
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TEMPLE B'NAl SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Caaael.
Pridaj ".' i'm 'rh-tnkvrivliisT a*r-
mon: Thf An ..f ilivins: Thanka"
Saturday f:M a m
ii IHB.N COM SI N
Pridaj 6 "" p m Saturdaj I N a m
Sermon: "original "r Ht-run "f
Sifltm "
"Mm e neb TAMIO anth St. an*
Titum Waterway. Madern Tradl
tional Rabbi E4ig*n Labevti Can
'" EdNsssro' K'r
Prlday 15 pin Barroon "ntuk*
KlvUu IfaTI BP> \*k ih.. ]
Bteaalnaj Saiurda> v 4'- a m
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TEMPLE OR OLUM ronMrv.ti. ,
*?* SW '*th "it Misml RabM
Ralph 7 Glixman. Cantor Benjam r
t>*n An.
Friday B p.m s.-no >. > n -i m Rr
M IX' ah Marl of M d Mm
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TiFFRfTM'Si. "n ig
Av- Corserva^'v* Pahhi Ralph
Can.. Cantor A'hert Glantz.

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rEMPLE eMANU EL. 1701 Wast-inq
ton Ave Coi-servative Rabt-i irv.ng
..li'min Cantor 2vi Afller
and B p in B< rmon
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Mr- lrv..ig 1 "
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'i -.t.'LF ISRAEL OF C.HFATEB Ml
AM' '" \f 'ath St Reform Ra'jtn
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J^fYj SW 6th Wiy. Conservative
Rabbi |rw n Clitle-

TEWLF JUOEA S'.0" Gnnana Blvd
Reform Rihhi ^t/^rri K pDee
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i- Heed III idft ird son ol
: Mm Kugi ii< Soml" t
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CIUOIE MFNOH't 620 7M h Bt
Conse-vative Ranb' Mavr At-rsm
awltf Ci-lor NieO Flr'man
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 1M01 NE 22nd
Ave Reform Rsnbi Ralph Kinflv
Pi iv 15 p m Service* at W* '
ion Fi del N K Tth SI Si i
m.n "Reform Judaism Todaj -
Issue*' Saturdaj II am Bar Mlti-
\..) Kdward, son "f Mr and XIm
Carl l
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 I
4th Ave.. Miaieah. Conservative
o,s,hi Mltirtre K'ln.
I) p in ineg Sh .1 '
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Saturda) t am
rpVOLF 7AMORA 4 7*mora A*
C*4*e'v*tive Rsbbi Mv.w.hj r
q*r. Canter Seymour Hinke*.
Ftalurdaji n h in
>. ptsji..I i....... Bar
-. tival Id Hi Mi-
Mon
This pdgr u frr'rd in co- .
I'frr.Kion uifh cfir Grea'er Mt-
*mi Rdbmmcdl Auocidtton
Coot II cf frjlti'rt ap'
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DR MAX 1IPSCHITZ
l'...:rr .f Brth Torah
.rum of N't 'Iri Midmfj

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By RABBI SOL LANDAU
Beth David Comb rogation i i.
And the life oi Sarah mi I
hundrod and -even and twenty
years; theae were the yean of the
life of Sarah (Genesis 23. Ii
\ celetx
artist in his so\
Bnties wai re
centl) congra
tulal 'ii bj ii1
inn
of h i ni'U
painting* it was
lin ii in the .1.
isb c >n\en
, i \t.i\
you livi to 120
In replj ,,,, "'
ti-i assured his
well wishers
thai h* would
d< his
betwet n 110 and
120.
The inference "I this statement
is -iimewhat akin (0 the inter
pretation of the lages on the quo
tation from I haye Sarah which
is -tatcd above A special explana-
tion seems in place lieeriuse the
Torah enumerates almost pains
takingly in three special phrase*.
the number of years of Sarah's
life In fact, in addition, as the
sentence reads, it then once again
repeats that this constituted the
life span ol Sarah."
From these insights on the Bibli-
cal text, we learn a general cri-
terion to measure success of a life
life ne*ds length and depth How
ever, in order to achieve depth,
one must realize that length of
years rrquires constant adjust-
ment and change within the nuini
dual In our ueneration especially,
when longevity has become a tangi
ble reality and retirement an i
nomic possibility, we are learnn.
th^it lentith of days rffly not r-~
the Messing we had hoped
On the one hand we find moi.
people anxious to retire and b
able to do so, on'v to find th<
-fives isolated and shut out (
the world and waiting for the ti
to be called awaj from th" woi
Usually i* i- because the) ha
equated withdrawing from maku
i living. t,> retiring from life
self
There is al-o a false I
ilde ai ( not able to |<
anymore, and 'inn- an
folksy Id ohm that seem to
tantiati it However, II dot
taki additional data
i h. which has establish! .
ii" agi d i not on!) abii i
tmue to function fully, but v> i
able to learn All over tin i
Stati adult education on
eli baa bet ome more at 11
It is the older person .
able to learn "I am part of
that I have met.'' if he util./i
. \pi rieoce, his information,
maturity, and continues to
mentally, and keep fit [>hvs:
Arthur Rosirhnii
Tuesday Speaker
Arthur S. Kosiehan. executivt
rector of the Greater Miami Ji
ish Federation, will be guest sp,
er at the bimonthly lecture ol
I I. I'eretr Workmen's Clrclt
Schools on Tuesday at 8 p m ai
the Lyceum, 1545 SW 3rd St )
-ubject will be Change in Jew -
Community '
Also on the program will be V
illeiberman. v> ho will lead -i Ci
munlty >ing u! Viia.sh >oags
LIVING HEBREW
arrs*nf*d by THI TAHBUTH FOUNDATION f0 THf A0VANCEMINT OF
HEBREW CULTUIE and fk AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Hit*: Dr. Shloas* K.dria
K.i-\ conversations taken from everyday lite in Israelwith t
colloquialisms and proverbs!
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Chaye Sarah
The cave of Machpelah at Hebron. Eliezer leaves Hebron with
camels on Abraham's instructions
"And alter this, Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the cave
of the field of Machpelah before Mature" (Gen. 23:19).
CHAYE SARAH-Sarah died at the age of 127 in Hebron,
and was buried in the Cave of Machpelah, which Abraham pur
cha>ed as a family graveyard Anxious for Isaac to marry one of
his kinfolk rather than an idoiatiou- i anaanite woman, Abraham
sent his trusted servant Klie.'.-r to h former home in Mesopo-
tamia where his bro'.her Nahor lived Approaching the city,
Eliezer prayed for the success of his mission He determined on a
procedure: He would a-k each girl he met. "Give me your pitcher
and let me drink": the uirl who would reply. Drink, and I will
livi- thy camels also th iuld be Isaac's destined bride (Genesis
24 14). Rebecca, daughter of Hethuel. the son of Abraham's
brother Nahor. came !.i the well to draw water, and responded
with the correct formula to Eiieser's request Thanking God tor
His ktndnem, the old tamily retainer presented himseli to Re
becca's family, explained his mission, and received permisson for
Rebecca to accompany hm back to Canaan ai I aai prospective
wife, i d Rebecca, and was consoled in her after bis
mother' line hi i lispatched to the east Ai the age ol
iried next to Sarah in tin < ave of Mach-
pelah
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THF. DRrVT.R AND THE
TRAFFIC COF
Policemsn Sir. your driver't
licrnt You passed a true* on
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Driver Who'' Me-1 It's not to.
P. You can five your arguments in
court.
D Mayhe I passed just I little I
was rustling home. It's Sabbath
eve
P. Your license, please, and no
debates.
D Really. I acted till*, I'm sorry.
P 1 isien. sir. you're wasting your
t.me and mine
D. All right, here is the license and
ihe insurance certificate I'm al-
lowed lo ask for mercy, am 1
not?
P. But you should hive mercy on
rourtelf and on others I ne
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not always hold true.
D. That's true. You're absolutely
right.
P. Well, I see that you're really
sorry (regretful) I his time 111
In v.": .-(I \snh a warninft I
Ion t am to sp,| your Sabbath
rest Shabbit Shalom.
NOV.2tSCh. 7, 10 a.m. Th* Still Small Voice.
-"Host: Ufred Wasman, Temple Zkm.
NOV. 26 Ch. 10. 11 a.m. Tha Jewish Worship Hour.
Wa*f: Rabbi Solomon Schill. Beth F.I Congregation.
NOV. 28 Ch. 2, 9:30-10:30 p.m Man lo Man.
Foasie: Whv Should 1
MOJratr: Ret Luther ( I'n
Participants: Dr llertiert Bauni. ,ple Beth
Km, Miami. Bishop James i. Duncan, Bpia
copal Diocese of South Florida. Msgr Joseph
(i Shea, Diocese of Miami
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BOOK REVIEW
svifinour b. lirbman
REVIEWS
FACE TO FACE
By MRS. LILY EDELMAN
Increased Support Asked
A noble effort to product-
"primer in dialogue has been
published by B'nai B'nth. Mrs
I.ily Edelman. the competent di
rector 01 B'nai B'rltb'i Commit
lion of Adult Jewish Education
edited FACE TO FACE,
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The book purports to meet 'hi'
problem <>f the need for under-
nding Jews b> Christiana
t fulfill the "beginnings of J<
i-h knowledge foi Jewish par
cipants in inter-faith dialogues
Both Mrs. Bdehnan and I
Arthur Gilbert believe thai there
is a lack of literate Jewish la)
men familiar and a! home with
Iterj of Jewish practice and
belief" so that the Jewish people
are neither "ready nor prepared'
for ecumenical conversations '
this Rabbi Kaufman add-. "I he
presence of inadequately pre
pared Jewish laymen purporting
: > speak as their people's repri
-i ntatires Is a spiritual fraud."
Dialogue demand- scholarship
and t.crfknotledue Men such a-
Hcschel. Gordii and a Kaufman
outstanding anvinn the Jew
i-h contributors while Christia
nity is repre-enti-d b) Paul
Borchenstui of Denmark. Walter
M Abbott. s.. assistant to Cardi-
nal Bea and Reinhold Niebuhr
One regrets that the famous
article "I Habbi Dr Jos-ph 15
Soloveitchik was not included
even thouch the great American
Orthodox authority on haUcha
was opposed to dialogue on theo-
logical matters. He made his
position clear and stated that
there was no impediment to inter
faith discussions on secular
communal problems Without
knowing Rabbi Soloveitchik -
position non-Orthodox would not
be able to answer a Christian in
terrogrator who sought to know
why the Orthodox are absent in
ecumenical participation.
There are many comments
which merit inclusion in thi- re
\k-w and which should motivate
much diSCUSSion Dr Harold
Weisberg, dan of Brandeis I
varsity Graduate school of Arts
and Science-, wrote elsewhere,
. th'iupu Jews are inten
1 In dialogues with other faiths
they don't talk to each other. We
need more ecumenicism among
Jews, more opportunity for air-
in differences, sharing opposing
views Tin- statement added to
Rabbi Gilbert's quoted above
should have deterred the en
thusiastic plunge of the rabbi
nate into publ < dial igues."
In addition, to (heir sad re-
i: rabh nate n w e
lei me l th.it the journej is long
and that i li itians have much
ho m k to do on their own
and lo (ma and prepar-
torj stud) on Jewish values and
s ociations, It should be noted
i ioethe a i o t man) ) eai -
ag i, about lolei snee being onl)
a temporary state on the road
to re-peet
Rabbi Gordll properly -truck a
note oi admonition when he
wro-.' thai "the ional in
ter.aith stress upon 'the things
that unite us' bypasses all
the elements of divergence ii ch
arc th breeding grounds of ill
will and prejudice and supply the
rationable for discrimination and
secution
Rabbi Mowshowiti wrote, "Onl)
those who have a deep com
nntment to their faith should
participate In dialogue. Too often
tnterfaith meetings have been
. occasions when Jews who do
not believe in Judaism meet
( hristian- who do not believe in
Christianity and they find that
they have much in common .
Faith should be a way of living
rather than a way of talking."
In "The Ciliioiic View" by the
Jesuit Walter M. Abbot, there are
many statement.- that will CheCI
the Jew who glories in the emmbs
of friendship from the non-Jew
ish table The good Father, how-
ever, avers that the Pauline and
other Synoptic writings require
different exegesis He conclude-
"It is not a matter of changing
the Bible (read New Testament
it is not a matter ot deleting pas
sages fi im the New Tostmenl
Our Jewish hiethren will surel)
understand thai it i- lew poss'ble
for us to change the Bible than
for them to change the Talmud
it is simply a matter oi it' osing
i 'tter passages I u public wor
-hip "
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rector of the Islamic Center of
New York, took part in *n un-
precedented Moslem-Jewish dia-
logue at the convention. He said
that Moslems "fully sympa-
thized" with Jewish suffer:ngs
and expressed the hope that his
audience of Jewish leaders would
"sympathize with ours."
Both he. and the Jewish partici-
pant. Rabbi Henry Sieernan. exec
utive vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, stressed
the common elements of the two
faiths, Though the dialogue was
based on agreement that neither
would refer to the Aiab-Israeli con-
flict. Dr Rauf remarked that Mos-
lems were no! responsible for the
suffei ngs ol Jews tiiinii .'h tin- .i -
and asked his auditors "to extend
your sympathy to a.l those who
suffer "
Tin- delegates adopted resolu-
tions on a w Ide r ssues, in
: :.: ,i moderate i 'solution on
\ let Nsm which favored a phased
withdrawal of American troops
and I iiited Nations intervention
to achieve a cea.-elire.
The delegates made an appeal
for direct action to bring about
Israel-Arab peace talks and warn-
ed the I'nited Nations not to try
to force upon the parties concerned
a formula for sucii talks Henry !
Rapaport of Scar-dale. N Y who I
was elected to a second two-year i
term as president, told the resolu-
tion session there should be no >
consideration of Israeli withdrawal
from the occupied territories until
there were 'direct deliberations''
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Friday. November 7.4. 1967
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
king Husseins Psychedelic Trip To \\ ashington
Washington
r\iD king hussein take a psj
** chedelic i ip to Washington?
During his recent visit, the
Jordanian monarch was ad-
vised to gel with the scene and
.' k the image of underdog on thf
\ mean peace front lie was told
to talk in the language <>f the new
left, I he liberals the ecumenists, and oven the
hip] i -
ire Hussein, the Hashemite hippie, split from
thf I iwn scene, he rapped at the university
talk-in, asking Israel lo "make love not war." Rap-
pin... is his bag. But he stashed more than flower
aowci tor mo million Aral) cats
The Georgetown Universit) gurus I -hts
blew their minds in flipping over the Jordanian
Boo Hoo
Hussein had copped a little bread from Kuwait
ami taken a tup When he oid his thing .1: Geo
town, the establishment cheered II'- said "There is
eat difference between Zionist : d Jew just
.1- in ..een Nazi and Germa
Tin' undeground dug his Hebrew hangup but
freaked out at the Zionist Nazi Jew
Hussein was burned bj Nassei and busti I
Israel He blew his mind in Washington
regaining his Palestii
Hussein served a hoi p I 1 Israelis would onl)
split and go straight li would be cool, neat beauti
lul The Arabs had dropped out Thej to in
:\ Tin- Israeli eats had to do their thin-
on Hashemite doublethink or something,
Hussein said that the Jews were like long lost
brothers although the) had become (ins for
the last \o years He ooved on his hangup that
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
>t<
the
Barbra Streisand
lloll) V ood
barbra Streisand greeted us with
a Joyous Shalom, when 1 identi
' ed myself as the Hollywood correspond-
ent of the Jewish Telegraphi. Agenc)
Wi.....
1 St idioa where Miss Stn
had completed an intricati
ith 1 : (he unli
1 ard table of a
conjured up on the -it for the movie v<
musical, "Funn; 1
ctor William Wylei was at hand
nera gentlj ci ; .
lions which she developed in
lo a moment ol urn
inn) Brii iph>
lad) looks with 1 ticipation for hei
return to New York, where she, her husbandactor Elliott
Gould, plus master Jason Emanuel, their ll-montl
reside permanentl)
\- 1 Intl. girl of 7. Barbra tells us aha dreamed lo
1 dream now reflected in the musical h
light. 1 in the Greatest star, defying!) bolted b) Fann)
Brice after the has been Bred from .. music hall show
at the beginning of her career
On March 22, 1982, Barbra Streisand opened 111 the
Broadwa) musical. "1 Can Gel it For You Wholesale," in
the sideline rule ol Miss Marmelstein, the unnoticed ami
unloved secretary. The star of the show was her future
iiaband. Elliott Gould Though the musical, which lasted
months, a. not to the critics' nking, it netted Barbra
the "Best Supporting Actress" award in the New York
.( veil ai a Tony' nomination
ibr career blossomed to national fame the evening
Punny Girl' opened at the Winter Garden Theatre,
ch -'i ls*>4 Today, her multi-million dollar cont
with CBS-TV network is unparalleled and unp-
in its artistic concessions With her first one-hour one
woman special, "M\ Name I- Barbra.'' she created a new
i.ud for television entertainment Her second special
Me Barbra exceeded the first artisticall) and
I \ popularit) B it Belle ol 14th Street" what
iker in selections and deliver)
In January 1MB Barbra was requested to entertain
e Inaugural foi President Johnson In April of lfw.
-he opened in London at the Prince ol Wales Theatre
.11 the title role ol "Funny Girl," adding to the regular
.-how a one-night performance at the American Embassj
:th the entire House "i Parliament, along with man)
British government officials attending.
The CMting of Omar Sharif a- Fanny Brice s Jewish
husband. Nick Arnstein. has stirred controvers> lure and
broad One Cairo magazine was so incensed by Omar's
playing love icenas opposite Brooklyn's answer to Nefie
liti, that it suggested Omar should be forced to give up his
Egyptian citizenship. The suave star of "Lawrence of
Arabia*' and "Dr. Zhivauo' snapped back at his home
country's vitriolic press: "I've never asked a woman her
nationality before kissing her." To which Barbra Streisand
adds coyly, "If you think Cairo was upset, you should have
talked to my Aunt Rose'-'
the .'ews had to go Onl) Vrabism tuned him in
as he rode his horse
Hussein tried to depict Ihe Jews as the Feds or
Narcs of the Near East He was bugged b) Jewish
"nationalism, chauvinism etc." and nol exactl)
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israelis See Peace
As Major Concern
isalem
THE QUESTION ol peace, the lu
lure of the 1 es occu-
pied by Israel in the >> Da) Wat
in June and relations with I
Arabs are uppermost in the mind-
ol 1111,1 Israelis according to 1
public opinion poll conducted here
nth
poll covered 1000 Israelis w e I ficall) se
lei ted to represent the nation's full population It
wi prepared by the Israel Public Opin on Research
Institute, Inc for Ihe Tel Avh daily, Hi ireti
The professional poll asked people to name the
lant question the) would ask it the) at
led 1 press conference with Prime Minister
EshkoJ The replies wen classified b> the research
eis into several categories Questions about chances
ol peace with Ihe trabs lop the list 15 percent of
all polled would ask the Prime Minister about this
matter
The peace question is closely followed b) ques
sions alwut the fate ol the occupied territories
would the) be returned lo the Arabs and under what
conditions? \ total of 14 percent would like to get
an answer to this from the Prime Minister Four
percent said the) would nol ask any question hot
would limpl) urge the Prime Minister not to return
ins of the occupied territories Three percent said
Ihe) would advise the Prime Minister that his polio
toward the Arabs in the occupied territories is too
oft it combined, these responses Indicate that the
present and the future of the occupied territories is
the mosl important question on (he public's mind
21 percent would present tins ,ts the number one
it ion to the Prime Minister If related questions
11 1 nances and conditions ol peace with ihe trabs
1 added, the total is 36 percent
Since '!' percent of those polled said thai
no specific questions lor the Prime Ministei
those responding constituted only 7:i pi | the
Th. 36 percent concerned abo e and
the tei 1 itoriei thereto! repn
the answers
<>nl\ 13 percent ol those polled 1 ons d.....
--ues the most important
Interesting is the clear differei 1 e ol
leresl among the ips ol the 19-20 age group
only 11 percent asked about peace con to P
percent among those 50 and over. On the other hand,
the fate Ol the occupied territories was mentioned b)
29 peieen! oi those under jo and b) onl) 10 percent
of those o\ er 20
because he didn't dig those isms What bu
Hussein was that Arabian, had not made the scene
like Judaism He wanted some heav) changes so
that Ihe .ies would crash
The king was 1.....fed that Washington is where
n s at Israel was turned on Lyndon Johnson, the
I-- Boo-Hoo was supposed to put Israel down
However the l s Hoo Hoo apparently copped
The undeground feels that, with all ihe hash In
the Neat East, there is an adequate pad for all The
\ ah and Hebrew hippies should cool it. dropping
out ol East and West, and turning In on poppu-
growing kibbutzim and box-strumming love-ins
The Near Kast scene would be groovy, say the
hippie-, if the flowei children ol Abraham and
Ishmael could develop the Indian "iim" concept I
universal being instead ol Ihe oi) veh' syndt
So that Hussein freaked out 1
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Negroes In Sudan
I ^NE C*N *) mpathiz* a1 leasj i im<
^ 1 lent with Ihe attitude
siren sis whi tn resentment against
he w it. all themselves Black M
it is true that, In Mississipp the
not b. i-,a\ed vei> nicel) to
I hi Ne iro* and evi n in ol

But siipjM.se the Moslems were in
issippi would it be different '
The Black Muslims should take a peck at the recent
issue of Atlas magazine, a periodical which surveys inter
national affairs It tells about Sudan, adjoining Egypt
and, compared lo it Mississippi seems a wonderful
i >untr) foi Negroes The caption reads "Why Are Naa
-er s Puppets the Arab Rulers ol Sudan. Exterminating
the Negroes
The 1 e- on to taj that in the last few years
a half million Negroes in the Sudan have been killed and
another hall million an- refugees hiding in the bushes
from the Arab rulers and their cohorts The writer
that the facts are known at the I'nited Nations
We kisl thought tome of the Black Muslims might
> missed the article *
II se. ms there are just too main watermelons in If
The writei of these lines b ins. southern bom him
sell never could believi u.i- men 1 thil
much watermelon ing there 1 I
much gold 01 too m
When we lived 1 nildhood watermelon-
all around, but ever) on was
late. If God bado'l I
It so would Hi in it sin _;ift '
But m Israel ihu ol the versuppJ)
b) the trans an official ol the now 1
mem. facetiously of course, baa proposed that all %rab
w.,i prisoners not yet rek forced lo eat watei
three times da
U no wouldn't want lo be a prison
The Israi menl doean t know what In d< a th
Ihe excess oi watermelons
W< have an idea Just put an advertisement In the
Come and kcI your watermelons and ine the
tourist trade Ihxuh'
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
New Image For American Jews
you HAVE TO BE in Israel now
to witness how the people ol
Israel not onl) the Government
appreciate the unprecedented
financial aid for civilian needs the)
aived from American .1.
during the crucial period ol the
Six Da) W II The Israeli
knew what the United Jewiah Ap
peal i> doing for Israel In mobilizing year-in-year
out financial assistance foi bringing immigrants t 1
the Jewish State and Settling them tb..... How.
ihe) always lo ike 1 upon fund-raising in the United
states as a philanthropic expression ,,f sympathy
with Israel The 1 .1A work had to them a con
rotation oi charity, and the) made no secret of the
lad that their hope Is t reach a time when l-;
will need no 'charity" from .tews m America
Now, after the Six Das War. then conception of
the CJA Is complete!) different from what it was
before
The deep anxieu for Israel's fate displayed by
Americaa Jewrj by all elements of American
Jewry durin* the critical days for Israel, which
found iU expression in unprecedented KeneroiL,
giving to the CJA. has changed entirelv the miaue
of the CJA in the eyes of the Israelis CJA la now
to them a symbol not of charity, but of the deep

rest b) Jews in Ihe United states m the Secsjrit)
ol Israel and in the fate ol its people Today, you
don t heai Israelis speaking light!) of the l.tA as
1 in "charity work Prom Premier
Eshkol down lo the average man and woman
on Ihe street you can hear on!) praise and pride
when referring to the 1 .: \
rhe) all tell >ou that during the Sis-Da) War
Ihe) felt Israel had no friends In the world except
especttJI) 111 the l n.ted States
And it was DOl s,, much the mom?) Which Jews u
1 rated States yeung and oU, poor and rich
'"' ""' v,r> rich poured Into the I'.ia Baaaj
'"> Fund thai made the Israelis take a new look
lewr) It was the spun in which this
monej as |ivcn m montaneously and so gen-
e roust)
Onl) in time of need can one learn who is a
mend la mere words and who is a friend in deed.
American Jewry turned out to be in the most cnU
cal moment for Israel a real friend in deed as far
as Ihe peopla of Israel Uel now.
You hear many of them saving that just as th*
Israelis made history on the battlefields last June.
so did the Jews of America and also Jews in
other countries make history in the support they
displayed for Israel.
--- 'Til I I ^J


fndciy. November 24. 1967
*u*\# ttrririiniri
C.J.F.W.F. Urges
Maximum Effort
Pagp
Continued from Page 1 A
Rescue operations for thf Jews m
certain Arab countries, and called
on the United Nations to take all
Ki>sibl<- protective measures for
Jthe support and safety of these
Jews. It expressed gratitude to the
governments and the Jewish and
Inon Jewish agencies whose efforts
lhad eni.bled many of these Jews to
Another resolution took note of
| the .r)Oth anniversary of the Hussian
Revolution. It appealed to the lead-
ers of the Soviet Union to act upon
Lenin's promises of national self
determination and religious free
dom for all groups. It urged that
the continuing strangulation of
Jewish religious, cultural and com-
munal life in the Soviet I'nion be
lulled The resolution also urged
the Soviet government to no longer
impede the maintenance of syna-
gomicv, the training of rabbis. Jew
h education and the reunion of
I families
The Assembly els called on
the United State* government to
"continue to work for policies
which would bring Arabs and Is-
raelis face-to-face at the peace
table" for solution of the conflict
in the Middle East. In a resolu-
tion unanimously adopted, the
Assembly declared that "until
peace is achieved, and to meet
the new threat brought about by
the rearming of the Arab states,
it is crucial that Israel be en-
abled to maintain its capacity to
uphold the peace and to deter
further egression, and we there-
fore urge the United States gov-
ernment to continue to tako such
steps as will help make possible
this essential deterrenf."
The resolution commended the
government's position that the Mid
lie Hast "cannot return to the in
ilerabfe conditions which pro-
ved conflicts in the past." and
ud that the "makeshift measures
the past must be replaced by a
rrmanent peace." It stressed that
j: ki onl> through peace that the
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welfare of all the peoples in the
region can be advanced Peace in
the Middle Fast will be a signifi-
cant step forward toward the reali-
zation of peace throughout the
world."
On the domestic scene, the As
sembly adopted resolutions taking
stands on two controversial areas
civil rights and separation of
church and state On the former, it
reafiirmed its long-standing com
mitment to equal rights and equal
opportunity for all. regardless of
race, religion or national origin,
and stressed the belief that "this
goal can and must be achieved
through peaceful democratic
means." It pointed out that "events
of the past weeks in the courts and
in the voting booths have demon
strated that historic progress can
be made by these means."
The resolution affirmed that
"while we condemn anti-Semitism
whenever and from whatever
source it appears, we will not per-
mit resort to anti-Semitism by
sonu- Negro demagogues and or-
ganizations to deflect us from our
commitment to the cause of justice
and equality, Anti-Semitism, like
terror and violence, breeds in ig-
norance, want and deprivation We
pledge to intensify our efforts to
eliminate these conditions."
Another resolution, expressin..'
concern over current pressure- to
undermine traditional separation
of church and state in the United
States, reaffirmed support of this
principle, described religious edu-
cation as "a responsibility of vol-
untary organizations" and stressed
the belief that government aid to
religiously controlled schools,
whether in the form of direct or
indirect subsidies, violates this
principle and would do a grave
disservice to both religious and
public education."
The Assembly also took a strong
position on the war on poverty,
calling for action on the social
problems involved "by a far great-
er attack, more comprehensive in
cope, going to the roots of the
problems It Mid that "this can
(>< made possible bj financing, as
pecially by the federal government,
far beyond anything heretofore
provided."
The resolution on this .subject
called on the federations anil wel
fare funds to "undertake the mosl
earnest action either in coopers
lion with other groups or Hide
pendent|y when appropriate, mas
ing full use of our special experi
ence, knowledge and skills."
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Louis Sohwartzman (center), guest of honor at the 26th
mversary dinner ot the Bureau oi J- lu rtjon. is
Hanked by Leonard Zilbert (left) chairman ol the i v<
and Albert L. Ossip. president ot the E i, who paid
tribute to Mr. Schwartztnan's 18 years ol
Schwarlzman Is Honored
At Gala Bureau Dinner
Some 400 key leaders of Miami
Jewry were on hand Sunday to pa>
tribute to Louis Schwartzman. ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education who was guest of
honor at the Bureau's 2ith anni-
versary dinner.
Among those lauding Mr.
Schwartzman's 18 years of service
S executive director of the Bureau
were I.eon Kaplan, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
Albert E. Ossip, president of the
Bureau. Dr. Irving I-chrman. spir-
itual leader of Temple Emanu El
and president of the (Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association: and Ef
raim (laic, executive director of
the YM-YW1IA of Greater Miami.
Mayor Jay Dermer of Miami
Beach presented Mr. Schwart/man
with honorary' citizenship of that
municipality.
The event also marked the in
stallation of the officers of the
Bureau for the coming year. The
officers, installed by Mr. Kaplan,
w.re Mr. Ossip; Leonard Zilbert.
Al Sherman. Melvyn R. Fnimkes
and Mendell M. Selig, vice presi-
dents; Jack Katzman, secretary;
Oscar Mambcr. treasurer.
Joseph Cohen i- honorary presi-
dent and Harold Thurman. Mr-
Joseph DuntOl and Judge Fred N
Barad. honorary vice presidents.
Mr. Zilbert was chairman for
the evening
CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED
ON POLISH JEWS
BALTIMORE (JTA) The
Baltimore Sun reported this
week that an anti-Israel and
anti Zionist drive in Poland
has been broadened to a
move against the entire Po
lish Jewish community Stu
art Smith, in a dispatch from
Bonn, based on reliable infor
mation reaching West Ger-
many, said that the chief in
stigator of the anti-Semitic
campaign has been Identified
as Mieczylaslaw Moczar. Po-
lish Interior Minister and
Chief of Secret Police
Synagogues
Are Asked to
Launch Drive
Continued from Page 1-A
instantaneous and spontaneous r-
sponse of Greater Miami's syni
gogue and temple leadership an
membership. Wc are confident thi
on the solid foundation establishe
in that historic, record-shatterin.
campaign, we can build an eve
more successful 1968 effort-'
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami is expected tc
formally approve the resolutior
*t its Dec. 6 meeting, according
to its president. Dr. Irving Lehr
man.
Among rabbis present at tr
eabinel meeting held at Tempi
Israel were Dr Joseph R Naro
Or Leon Kronish and Rabbi Mayi
Abramowitz. Each, along with se\
eral congregational presidents an
officers present, indicated con
plete agreement with the resolt
tion.
The resolution called on Create
Miami synagogues and temples t
"organize, as they did at the tim
of the 1987 Israel Emergency. I
assist in the solicitation of thei
members; to have at least on
affair or more in the course of th
campaign; to make sure that a
of the members of the Jewish con-
munity participate as workers an
contributors, in order that th-
Greater Miami community ma
bear its lull share of responsibilit
for this historic 1968 campaign.''
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:::u r.ondci. Friday, November 24, 1967
PERES TELLS MIAMI AUDIENCE
Arab Instability Is Chief
Deterrent To Peace
Section B
Paige Is Appointed To
UJA Young Leadership

Herbert G. Paige Miami busi-
ness and civic leader, has accepted
appoint meal to the National Young
Leadership Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal Announcement of
Mr Paige*! acceptance was made
Wednesday by Leonard Bell, na-
fjonal chairman of the Young Lead-
ership Cabinet who participated in
las) month's CJAFedcration lead-
ership assembly in Miami Beach.
Mr Paige was vice chairman of
, [Q87 Israel Emergenc) Fund of
I IA (.nducted locally by the
iter Miami Jewish Federation
He recently was named coihair
man ol the New Horltoni campaign
,1 thi YM YAHA of Greater Ml
He active In the leadership
I i mple Israel in United Fund,
I lub and the Miami Da k
bei ol Co.nmei ce He also
vi ,i- chaiiman ol th<
the 1968 Combined Jem
Israel Emergi ncy Fund
I Greatei Miamian
to thi I \ Young I eader
ib net this year Miamians
1 avi atnad pre*iously in
< ii j iseph Kanter, a former na
Liirmrn who lives in both
|( innati and Miami Beach, and
j Daniel NeaJ Heller, who
|. the Hades and industries di
UNITED FUND
TOPS GOAL
The United Fund of Dade
County wound up its 1967
campaign with record pledg-
es totaling S4.270.256. it was
announced this week by
James L. Knight, general
chairman The total is 10.2
percent more than the VF
goal of $3,875,000. and rep-
resented the greatest per-
centage gain over goal for
any city in the country this
year.
Israelis Are Told
Of Khah Findings
TEL AVIV JTA1 Deputy Chief
i| st ,ff Chaim Bar-Lev announced
here this week that his official in-
vestigation of the sinking of the
' 'eh i!i iyer Elath bj Egyp
hirbirt PAfGf ternal onal
on Ocl 21, mill-
mioi B CJ \ IEF M '"l "'' one ',; :' command
Kanti was to blame
The Young Leadership Cabinet is ine-man inv< tigating committee
Primary source of into the disaster, stressed howevei
let eloping lers of
that the Elath's patrol should have
the United Jewish Appeal, largest
relief and rehabilitation agency in been on a combat rather than a
the world. "routine" basis.
Shimon Peres. Israel's Deputy
Defense Minister under former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion,
told a Miami audience that the in-
stability in the Arab world was the
chief deterrent to peace in the
Middle East.
Addressing some 200 members
and guests at a meeting of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee. Ml
Peres, who is now Secretary-Gen-
eral of the Rafi Party founded by
Ben-Gurion, said. "Unfortunately,
we sec no peace in the near future
between our country and the bellig-
erent Arab nations because of the
internal rivalries and instability
within the Arab world."
Referring to Russia's role in the
Middle Fast. Mr. Peres said. Rus-
sia's total commitment to Egypt
proved to be a menace to peace
and now Russia might lake a more
moderate approach.
"Even while Russis is rearming
Egypt to bring it up to it.- pre-war
military posture," h.' continued,
"the S ets must i>> now be aware
that even the most modern arms
not cover the tact that thej
being given to a defeated army
In differentiating between U S
and Soviet foreign policy, Mr
Peri -.i i lhat Russia has support
ed a nation Egypt right or
wrong, whereas the U.S. su] ported
basic principles such as free nav-
lion an l the right of every state
to exist free of threats to its -
ity lir predicted that the Russians
would come to realize that evi
-UDer power has to face its lin~ '--
tions.
Turning to questions of the In-
terns)] structure of Israel's soci' !
he said that although Israel is to
remain a Jewish State, "on
other hand, we do support the prin-
ciple of pluralism. As we ha', e
done in the past twenty years a ith
our own Arab citizens, we enc'
age the Arabs in our midst to main.
tain their own language, religion
and culture, while at the same time
we have helped them to achieve
better health, educational and I .
nomie levels than the Arabs in
neighboring countries."
How many Arabs will eventually
remain within Israel's bounda at
and what those lines will fit
be, Mr, Peres said, can only be
cided in the context of peace
Before any territorial bounda-
ries can he set, the Arabs n
cross the boundary !"' "
and peace.' he concluded
Library Program
On Six-Day War
I.i hon lh< 25tb am
: \ ance "I National .!<
Monti ted tins
: \o\ >i to Dec -4. the S i
Bal Bay Branch "t the Miami I
lie Library will present a program
on the Six Day War in
Israi i n w ednesday at 8:19 p.m .
in th le Community Cei
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Dr. Williams, Dr. Kronish To Speak l\
Fourth Annual John F. Kennedy Tribute
_ .. .. 11:.. u-:li;._... !., Kl,..- ***- -
Or II Franklin Williams, dean
Mm Chapter; and M.s w
of I"n!v, tmIn of CoHeft, I Diversity I4nmi'\.r pres '"
j( Miami, vull be the principal foamed !*Mnt East ,, '"*
ipeakei si membershin luncheon
tpcakCI al a mcmwrsniu mm ni-m
lf the Florida Woasen's Division, Mmtv --knu.
m rii Congress hl' < f
Tob7 held on Tuesda, 12:30 gfct^ Mrj Jo
pm.. | ,h, HolWaj Inn Motel Sussn |J
2201 Collin. i*t Ihe affair I. the Jj* ** r
rth annual John F g "> ; M
Kennedy tribute. Theme for the J< u'
Mail
i",7; n be The Three-From War WPcreUn M ,i|^1
p^rty. Vietnam. Middle I Irving B Ka, B. J
net,1
Dr Williams president, board of president V"
lirecton Economic OpporUinlt) "" |
Program will ipi ah on the war on vlon.An i
poverti n Did. Countj Also par will tko.n.
ticipal Kg m the program will be
Dr l.o-i Kronish. national vice
presidt nl AJCong and Florida
-.- chairman, whose topic- "Ne
ition Sow!" refers to the prob
lems "f Vietnam and the Middle
A Study in style, film star Barbara Nichols
shows that she has a lot on th<* ball belore
an'audience consisting of ad exec Sandy
Bacon; Otto Fenias, tournament coordina-
tor; screen funny man Hobert Strauss;
nan Leonard Weinstein and
Banser Joe (Jianirido. 1:- n ip ii
boost the M ry r
Golf nt, the proceed
go to prov: ''
students Hebn w Academy I
er Miami.
Cochairmen Named For Technion Fete
Sidney Ansin. chairman of the
dinner committee of the American
Technion Society dinner, announc
ed the appointments this week of
cochairmen who will assist in com
pletins the final arrangements for
the event which will honor Jacob
Rifkin, president of the Flonda
chapter of the American Technion
Society on Dec 21st. iit the Dora!
Beach Hotel
Dr. Irving Ix'hrman. member of
lh National Board of the Ameri-
can Technion Society, \\ill serve
a- honorary cochairman Other co-
chairmen include; Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. Morris I.apidus. Judgl
Frederick N. Barad. Dr. H. Frank
lin Williams. Norman J Davidson.
William Sieel. David Ponve. Ja
cob Katzman. David Sernaker.
Myron Cohen. Harry Frankel. Jtv
seph II. Cohen. Maurice Hertl
Meyer A. Baskin. Abraham Grun
hut. Jack S. Popick. Milton Sirkin
and Abraham Islander
B'nai B'rilh Women's Unit
Convenes Tuesday Evening
The North Dade Chapter of B'nai
Brith Women will hold its reculai
meeting Tuesday niuht at Washing
ton Federal. 699 NK 167th St
The program for the evening m ill
be in honor of B'nai Brith Girls
which is celebrating its 40th anni
versary this month
Mrs Gert Boesak, regional direc-
tor of BBYO. will l>e the guest
speaker, and the Elysium Chapter
BBC will present an original skit
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scene This great blend of the world's finest coffees
puts extra flavor, extra aroma into
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tress oftice
Brodzki To Head
North Broivard
Jewish Federation
Ludwih Brodzki has be<
the first president ol the newl)
establish* d N'ortl Bi ~ a rd Jew ish
Welfare Federation The North
Broward Jewish Federation will
serve the Jewis>h commumMes ol
Fort i i ia Beach
and surroundii
other officers elected to the
charter leadership of the new Fed
eration include Martin Predovtcb
first vice president; Samuel Slomo
witx, 2nd vice president E Lcus
Freeman, treasurer, and Mrs H
Abel, executive sac re tap
Named campaign cochairmen foi
the forthcuming Israel Eraergenc)
Fund drive were Dr A folios and
S Korin
East
Chairman for the luncheon is
Mr- Charles Silvers past pres.
dent. Justine Chapter, with Mrs
Joseph Albuquerque serving as co
chairman New members and spoil
ion will be greeted i>> Mrs Maur
i ihn division membership
\ u prt sidcnt
Mi mbers of the plannins com
nuttee include Mr- Jack Shapiro.
president. Justini hapter; Mis
! M Bin pres dent. Louise
\\. i hapter Mi Samuel Rosen
: nt Mia i o si '>
Card Forty Will Benefit Tofs
A lnni bent- pgf. ^i
Thursday Not || j
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held at Galaha I l >.i; |
Ocean Dr Ho > ^
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Friday November 24, 1967
> *h#*# fhrrHiir
F-aae 3-tf
jrd K. Broristein. executive vice president ol Cedars
banon Hospital, greets officers of the Auxiliary at a
nl Appreciation Luncheon. Shown with Mr. Bronstein
Mrs. Byron Sparb^r. v; ; i ident of ad-
strcmon Mr:-. I xi Lotterman | ; Mrs. Norman
., director of volunteers; and Mrs. Morris Blau, vice
lenl Lobby Shop.
Israel Occupation Spurs
Language Teaching Pace
By Special Report
JE1 SAI EM Courses in He-
brew I : East Jerusalem resident!
.-Hid i- Arabic for inhabitants of
Wed Jerusalem ire gaining mo
mentui
Son,, so young Araba are now
learning Hebrew twice a week in a
coutm initiated by the Hebrew I'm
versit) Adult Education Center
and organized by the Jerusalem
Municipality and the Ministry of
Education: It is held in the Al Ra
shidiyi High School, near the Rock
eteUer Museum
This week the first course in Ara-
bic, held under the auspices of the
t'niversity's Adult Education Cen-
tre, Opened at Bet Hillel with an
ttendance of well over 20. Includ-
ing aSHI University lecturers
In audition, some 250 Arabs, em
ployed in government or other pub
ic offices, are atending Hebrew
i ouraes in Jerusalem organized by
municipal and governmental agon
nes. while more than 100 Israeli!
ire alnarty studying Arabic in var
ioui i arses in tin- capital
With the opening of the new
course*, more than 400 inhabitants
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Despite the fact that there was
no advertisement of too Hbrw
course at Al Rashidiya School,
the enrollment has increased by
300 percent in a matter of a few
days.
News ui the course spread bj
word of mouth The first lesson
was attended by lfi young Jerusa
letnites, mainl) girls, and the num-
ber drew to 4 (19 women and 30
meni within than- day!
The Arab pupils, most of whom
are in their early 20s. are pre
dominant!)- Moslem A large num-
ber of them are teachers and nurs-
es They came to the school in an
almost continuous stream, and ev-
ery few minutes the school care
laker had to bring additional chairs
to the classroom In view of the
crowded conditions, the sponsoring
agencies decided on the spot to
open an additional class next week
Among the Arab student! ate
several who know some Hebrew;
they all seem to catch on quickly
to the new language pronouncing
the letters "het" and "ayin in a
. ,i> man) l-i lelis might em \
I heir teacher an Iraqi boi n Is
raeli
Commenting on why he had join
ed the i 20-yi ild Arab
(tei ol M Be
m> it is thi e ol the
coui ai I it ii
w.Hi people "
Mine reserve I was a 2:i yen old
bIs i Moslem, ho had stu
tw o \ eai s al a universit) abi
and is now < mplo) ed a! a bank
lerk s.-1. al it is not diffi-
11.it for her to learn Hebrew
cause I am an ^rab." adding that
-l.i' only wanted to learn the Ian
uage m order to know it "
Samir Hassan, a 25-year-old ac
ntanl of Chi il ian faith, quoted
\: aii provei b to explain nil r< a
for joining the ulpan 'i :th
verj .iildiiinn.il language you add
mother person to yourself." he
-aid He went on to quote one of
he m In Vfuharamed: "He
who knows the language ol a peo
pie can avoid being harmed by it
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Jewish Expo Unit
To Continue On
Permanent Basis
MONTREAL i.lTAi The Pa
vllion ol Judaism at Expo '76.
v Inch was originally projected by
the religiejia affairs committee oi
the Canadian Jewish Congress, will
continue functioning as part of the
overall plan of the ( It) of Montreal
for I permanent exhibition on
"Man and Ili~ World/'
The pavilion was formal!) pre
Seated to the Mayor of Montreal.
Jean Drapean. at a ceremony at
the mayor's office by Sam Stein
berg, president of the Foundation
of Judaism, which sponsored the
Pavilion,
Mayor Drapeau asserted that the
Pavilion would be maintained by
the Cit) as close as possible to its
operation at Kxpo (>7. and paid
tribute to the "outstanding suc-
cess" of the pavilion m interpreting
the measage of Judaism for "Man
and His World" to the millions of
visitors, Jews and lion .lew.-., who
viewed the Pavilion. The City of
Montreal will operate the pavilion
and will expect the Foundation of
Judaism to guide its programing
Games Party Scheduled
A games night will be held at
the President Madison Hotel on
Sunday at 7:30 p.m sponsored by
Mrs. Philip Sahl and Mrs. Saul
Jarrett. Proceed! will be given to
Bnai B'rith Harmon) Chapter
lAJUat s V__roomn
d
Youi famil) will appreciate a heartwarming Polish Meal
Rorschl that touches the right spot and la full of nourishment and
':'-'<- ii there is any left over, this i~ no problem: thii type ol
Pleishig Borsch) seems to grow richer and better with age Here
too, is a re.ipe for stuffed eggplant or staffed squash that your
famil) will find highly palatable
POLISH MEAT BORSCHT
1 lb. flanken or chuck 1 onion, minced
Bones l large potato, cubed
1 large can tomatoes Juice of 1 lemon
1 head cabbage Brown sugar, salt and
S lb lima beans sour salt (o taste
2 bunches beets Minced dill or minced
parsley
In about 2 quarts water, boil meat, bones. 1 teaspoon salt
and '4 lb. Iimas one hour. Add 1 large can tomatoes, head ol
cabbage cut in 8 wedges, minced onion, cubed potato (irate on
large grater one bunch heels, which have been peeled, and add
one bunch peeled beets whole, brown sugar, sour salt, salt and
lemon juice to taste. Add water and simmer until the beets are
soft and the meat tender Remove whole beets and add 1 table
spoon minced dill or parsle) Whole beets can be slued and
pickled
STUFFED SQUASH OR EGGPLANT
3 medium yellow squash or
eggplant
i lb. ground beef
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
or beef fat
1. cup boiled rice
minced green pepper
(optional)
1 medium onion, minced
1 clove garlic, minced
1 can tomato sauce
Sail and pepper to taste
Slightly biown ground beef in I tablespoon vegetable oil or
beef fat Remove, Add minced onion, garlic and green pepper
saute until onion is translucent Remove and chop half of the
meat of eggplant or squash which has been cut in half, mix with
meat. rue. green pepper, onion and garlic Stuff eggplants or
squash with mixture, put eggplants or squash in greased baking
dish, cover with tomato sauce, cover and bake in 350 degree oven
about 40 minutes
A good suggestion,
Straight from the employes' "think box!*
Why not print
the word
"VEGETARIAN"
in Red on our label?
Excellent. Miss Golbitz! You are
really on the ball. You're right
"VEGETARIAN" is a mighty im-
portant part of the name of the
world's most popular vegetarian
beans. You might also have sug
gestcd printing the <8> in red; the
seal of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
is just as important. But, Miss Gol-
bitz, the red type would clash with
the other colors on the label. It
would make the whole thing "too
busy". However, Miss Golbitz,
don't think that we're just going
to file your suggestion away and
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO OURSELVES
The formal opening dinner dance at West
view Country Club started the social season in
a grand manner The**VtWMde entrance to the
club was a massed bower of greens. In the lobby
was a huge birthday cake. The club is twenty
years old The decor of the dinning room was
unusual. Carrying out the gold and brown color
scheme was delicate beige lace over the floor-
length brown taffeta table cloths at the tables
for ten and twelve Hanging baskets with
narrow velvet ribbons, huge golden mums and
white roses were the centerpieces
Seen at one table were Mr and Mrs Richard
Wolfson. Mr and Mis Sidne) Rudolph and Dr
and Mrs Ernest M Halpryn. other uuests includ
ed the Sidney I.efeourts. the Dr. Harold Rands,
and the David P, Catsmans Also seen were Mr
and Mrs K F. Bloom. Mr and Mr- Marvin
Silvers, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wmdt. Mr, and
Mrs Lawrence Markman and Mr and Mr- Myron
Boraks. Anyone who says long dresses are out
should have been at Westvlev Thej were in
Other guests included in the three hundred
for should I say "four hundred"! weir Mr and
Mrs Sam I.uby Jr., Mr and Mrs Michael Sachs,
Mr and Mrs Larry Singer. Mr and Mr- Jacob
Si-her. Mr and Mr- Gerson Bernstein and the
perennial president, Ferd Meyer and his wife
Rosalyn
There were about a i\oien men wearing new
turtle neck evening sweaters Sid I-anger was
heard to remark I feel that I should have a golf
club in my hand." The season is now declared
officially open at West' iew Country Club.
BACK BEFORE THEY STARTED
Joni Tate said that their twclveday trip to
Italy (two days of which were traveling time)
seemed over before it started She declared that
it was a restful trip That was because the) didn't
go to see any churches or museums in Rome.
They had done that bit on their last trip. They
saw the beautiful blue Mediterranean and Capri
and Naples for the first time Joni and Stanley
got back home long before their postcards start
ed coming.
THE FOUR MARKS BROTHERS
No, not Harpo and hi- crew but the four
sons of Mrs Ray Marks Goldberg. Gene. Herman.
Raul and Stanley Their mother went over to
the boys construction office. There, she was sur-
prised with a birthday party. The secretaries
added to the pleasure of the party Next on the
agenda was a trip to Sara-ota with her daughter
and son in law Evelyn and Ben Clein The reason
for tin- visit was to see the grandchildren. Bob
and Judy Clein and great grandaughter Joy
Cards and phone calls from the children including
plain, grand and great helped to mak.- Mrs.
Goldbergs 76th birthday .1 lovely occasion.
GAME TIME
Georgia Tech vs Miami It 1 real game
aain because Miami woi Sam Levenson wore
a hat and his Adeline : raincoat hut the weath-
er wasn't too bad Also seen were Mr and Mrs
Ray I Mr and Mrs Arnold Rubin and a
iuxiliary headers.
Home Residents
Mark Birthdays
::t ol til lew ish Home
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November will be
it
Sun la) at 2 \ n ..' D
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\e\t meeting "t I ir) is
duled for Tuesda) noon, at the
ei Ho Mr- Philip i Thau
will give the invocation
Auxiliary members will present
a "Gay Nineties Sing a long "
Chorus numbers will be led by Mrs
Abe Levine, Mrs I.awrence Silver
man and Mrs. Max Yokell. Solo
and dance routines will spotlight
Anne Andrews. Mrs Sam Berman,
Trudy Hamerschlag. Anne Tanen-
baum and Claire Goodman. Lyrics
and direction by Mrs. Sol Silver-
man with Olga Bibor Stern at the
piano.
couple of their kids. Mr and Mrs. lUvniOQd
Rubin (they're relatives of the other Rubins bu
their seats aren't together) and l.eta and Richard
Behren. *
NEARLY FIVE HUNDRED YEARS
OF BIRTHDAYS
My mother's friend- have all been eel.-br.it
ins. their birthdays The) are just as busy as
my mother with their canasta, bridge games,
luncheons and happenings. M) mother, Jeanne
Rothschild is the oldest and the prettiest, I think
Sin- was just 87 The other- who celebrated their
birthdays were. Mrs Louis Friedman, Mrs Ann
Anchell, Mrs Henry Freed, Mrs Vdelma Hell-
man, Mrs Jeanette Good and Mrs Tina Rosen-
berg Totaled their birthdays come to around
five hundred years, give or t,ik- a
WE HAD OUR PARTY, WE HAD OUR DAY
That was the start ol an adorable p......
sent to everyone who had been al this fabulous
part) and enclosing theii iwn picture It was nt
the home ol Gloria and I 1 Martin out in South
Hade It was .. Hallow part)
wasn't late just the I it as
(,: 1 ., tall and fair greeted her guest* in .1
Grecian -own while Leo was dressed like Julius
Caesar He must have looked prett) good be
cause someone thought In- was supposed
Greek God Decorations weir streamers wil
his and many lighted Jack-0-l.antern
of the pool w.j- covered over for dai
Oh. of course there were .1 few mishaps VV<
one.-' Food was served all evening, will
hatted chef carving chateaubi and I waiters
da.-hing mad I) about Bill and Irene I -1 os 1
a- I he King and Queen 1 I Hearts, W
Muriel Antin as Anthony and 1 | (he
Morris Hermans as clown- Gerald and Felice
Schwartz came a- the Ben al Lanci ml) the)
were the Bagel Lancers with bagels speared on
their lane.-- Dr Charles Mutter couldn't have
gone out on a call for sun- He and his wife
Elaine were in Gay Nineties bathing suits other
..-nests included Leonard and Bella Herman, Ja)
and Mavis Mellow, Leonard and Gloria Luna.
I-arry and Martha Ziesel. Bob and Joanne Rosen
and Dr. and Mrs. Alan Michalson I
were Moie and Elayne Tendrieh
EVERYBODY PLAYED! EVERYBODY WON!
To Freeport for a long weekend went Ml and
Mrs Dave Rifas. Mr and Mi- Norman Cohon.
Mr. and Mrs Max Glasser, Dr lrwin Jacobs, Mi
and Mrs Philip Gordon, Dr and Mr- Robert
llyames. Dr and Mrs Bernard Yesner and Ur
and Mrs Jerr) Weiss Some of them went
-ea fishing wnh nary .1 nibble, some of them
went golfing with narj ., hole h one bul the)
all did a little gambling and everybod) won a
little something That's .1 record!
HOME WAS NEVER LIKE THIS
First nighters al the new Ceasars I
restaurant included Mr and '
Judge and Mrs Jason B
Donald Haas, Mr Stcrlu Lei
John O'Keeie and Mr and Mi Wart
w ood
Frances Lehmin
Arnold I Rosoi
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Temple Sholom Of Pompano Beach
Holds Ground Breaking Ceremonies
Tempi. Sholom of l ompano
h will break I for its
000 lucational bull I
on Sit la) al 11 j m al 132 SE
11th \
. Morris \ Skop spiritual
I the temple, state I rhis
' -:< p forwaid for Sholom
regal ion
make- the addition "l classroo
librai > and social I
hall a necessit)
Somi I "' people I I
b) members of the I'nited Syna
gogue Youth and past presidents of
the temple will participate m the
dedication ceremoi
1 'or building chai
Bud Litowich, fund rais
man. M ill announer bull I -
and Leonard Honigsburi
president, will intfeduee 1
Facult) member*
In the eiening. the ten
: will celebrate the
iking with a country
and a -quare dance
1 in Fridaj evening di
ice*, all members who h
the temple since the II
Days will be honored at a-
Shabbat reception hosted bj
Lilyan Greenburg. Mm Ro.
kin and Mrs Sadie Sullivai



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Jfewislli Floridian
Friday, Nove
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SATELLITE BEACH MEETING
Women's League Holding
Florida Education Day
K.lucniion Day of the Florida
Branch of the National Women's
LeaglM of the United Synagogue of
America will Ik- held Thursday,
No*. 30. from 9:30 a in to 2 p.m
..I T. mplc Hi th SbolOBI, Satellite
& BCh, Fla.
Mn Wall.He Silver is president
ol Rein Shnlom Sisterhood, winch
Sisterhood Lists
M eeWs Agenda
I ic Dors Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will hold its regu-
lai fleeting on Tuesday evening.
Kabhi Avrom I.. Drazin. spiritual
leader of the Israelite Center, aril]
review The Chosen by Chann
i'otok Mrs Sol Koenigsberg is
president of the Sisterhood
On Wednesday at noon, the Sis-
terhood will have a luncheon in the
newly-decorated social hall. Mrs
Phnip Kichman is chairman. In
charge of tickets and reservations
are Mrs. Louis Sonsky and Mrs.
Dsvid Schwartz.
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will act as host, and Mrs Morton
Schler is Satellite Beach chairman.
Representatives from the 30 affili-
ated synagogues and te.nples are
xpected to attend
Mrs Arthur .1 Brown, presidenl
of the Florida Branch, will conduct
the branch meeting which will pre
cede the workshops
Mrs Stanley Stein, financial -cc-
retary and treasurer, is education
lay chairman.
Mrs Albert Fried, immediate
past president ol the National
(Vomcn's League, will be the guest
speaker at the luncheon following
the workshops.
There will be a report by vice
president Mrs. Murray Kaye on a
recent social action conference she
attended in New York City-
Speakers training of branch per-
sonnel will be conducted by Mrs.
Fried on Monday. Dec. 4 at Beth
Moshe Congregation from 9:30 am.
to 4 p.m.
Membership luncheon of the Siste'hood
oi Temple Ner Tamid brought together
among the guests (from left to nght): Mrs.
Adolph Greer.baum. Mrs. Louis Cohen.
president of the sisterhood. Mrs. Harry
Glazer. Mrs. Jack Yasmm. Mrs. Hen
Shaw, Mrs. Carlton Blake. Mrs. Yvetle Si.
berger. Mrs. Allan Acker, Mrs. Philip Hanc
man, Mrs. Herman Keldman, Mrs. Rita
Salomon. Mrs. Michael Glazier.
J.F.C.S.: Homes Urgently Needed
Dr Mel, m i, Becker, president.
Jewish Family and Children's Serv-
ice, and Leon D. Fisher executive
director. ha\i- i-sucd a call to the
COmmunit) for foster homes for
newborn infants.
'You can help now. according
to Dr Becker. "We need homes for
newborn infants, where they can
stay until Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service is able to place
them with their adoptive parents.
Please offer your services and your
home to care for our newborn
babies."
Mr Fisher emphasized that "fos-
ter parents make a very important
Judy Moss Takes
Anne Frank Role
Thirteen-year old Judy Moss will
play the name role in "The Diary
of Anne Frank" when it is pre
sented at the North Miami Beach
Civic Center.
17011 NE 19th
Ave.
The newly or-
ganized Temple
Sinai Players,
under the di-
rection of Eve-
lyn Zirn, will
offer the drama
Saturday. Dec
2. starting at
8:15 p.m and
My Most on Dec 3, at
2:45 p.m. for students.
Judy is the daughter of Gerard
Muss, a survivor of the Dachau
Concentration Camp. Her grand
mother, Mrs Crete MOSS, is coming
here from rim. Germany, to see
he performance.
Other roles in the play are being
taken by Burton l.oebl. Beatrice
Field, Marjone Auerhaeh. Albert
Rot way. Scott Adams. Sheri Adams.
Karen Auerbach and David Corcn,
all members of Temple Sinai.
Information on tickets for both
performances can be had at the
temple office
Holy Land Coins On Display
The firs" a lull education lecture
sponsored 1>> the Temple Tifereth
Israel Women, under 'he chairman
launched with a 9 30 breakfast on
day
A lecture on Coins Of the Bible"
b) ll\ Sootin will be supplemented
with a di.splav of a collection of
Hole l-ind coins
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contribution to the agency Be
cause of this responsibilit) ; care
ful study Is made, ami Jewish Fam-
ily and Children- Service pays all
the co-is and assists the foster
parents through it- professio i
staff "
v Miss Ruth I. Sale. .11 i S |
visor.
Luncheon Theme 'Golden Jerusalem'
"Jerusalem the Golden" will be
the theme of the Dec. 7 Women -
Division of the Hebrew University
luncheon to be held in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Israeli composer Shmuel Fersh
ko will present an original pro-
gram featuring "Jerusalem of
Gold," the latest music from Is-
rael, in song and dance, according
to Mrs. Carrie Rosen, president of
the Hebrew University group. Mrs.
.lack S Popick and Mrs. Philip F.
Thau will narrate the program
An outstanding feature of I e
affair will be the gift of a 10-c ,
trip to Israel tor one of the 500
guests expected at the functi
Gifts chairman is Mrs. Aliza Br
ner.
According to Mrs Jack K, -
man. chairman of the lunche
table decorations on the Jerusal
theme are being prepared un<
the direction of Mrs Emil Fri
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Sabin Named Chairman
Of Mideast Peace I nil
NEW YORK Dr. Albert H
S;ibni developer ol the oral anti-
t io \ accine, has accepted the na-
i .1 chairman*! I in ricaC
Pro i >r Peace in the Middle
a group "i more than 10.000
DR. ALSCtfT SA8IH
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bothered with
little things
...like a party
for many
good friends!
Bother \/r. Itemanl!
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folks who are
accustomed to bijt
decisions it never
flusters them .
Most, however,
would take arranging
a party for s00
(or even IS)
good frieol pretty
seriously ..
At times like that,
please remember that
we consider it a
pleasure to share
your anxiety .
\ on can depend on
Mr Bernard to make
sour affair the
'very end" that's
because he bothers
with every detail,
every arrangement,
no matter how small.
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of the most
remembered and
talked-about
functions are at
ON TM OCIM T w stain
MIAMI MACH
Plrm*e cull Mr Bernard.
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Triday, N;vember 24, 1967
l<**i*t H-rarHi tr
Poere 7 3
Youth Shabbat Held
By Greater Miami
Young Israel Group
Younx Israel ol Greater Miami
heU its fu-i Youth Shabbal on
Saturday with teenagcri leading
tho 'iTvicc- followed bj Sh.iHb.it
luncheon
The program at the meal includ
il /aiiot and a hurt
talk on the weekly Torah portion
% Rahhi Arnold Rlchtei
ional director
A group discussion on "Tin
aning <>f Shabbal t" the Teen
mi held after the meal
\ Rabbi Naftali Poruih. ipiritual
lead) r ol the Congregation
The Youth Shabbal was planned
b> a committee including Julian
Nussbaum, Richard Rakusin. Joe
i tnita \ i
and 1 "i ingai len
liench Hadassah
To Hohl Luncheon
The ller/l Group M ami Beach
i hipter ol [ladassah, w.ll hold its
Monda). 11 30
. :n at the v. iers Hotel Corned)
and ings will be presented bj
. Hodes. recording artisl klri
Milton Weinberg is president and
\|ri Ethel B Herman, prograi
chairman
There will be an Oneg Shabbal
for Henl members on Saturda) at
h.- home of \lr Ben Zeigmund.
4320 Jefferson Ave. at l i> m
The Southgate Group is planning
card party for Tuesday, 12 30
ii tit in the Terrace Room Mrs
Berl Rosenberg and Mrs Abe Suss
i are chairmen for the daj
Sunday Dinner On Card Party Benefits Tots
Club's Calendar
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, i. leader ol Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach : I
ol his work ftie r'aith of a Hassid to Jane SI nyder
(left trated the volume lor Dr.
i recei 'ion on Bun-
lay December 10 on I ision of the put

Auction By Hadassah Miami Chapter
Will Benefit Youth Aliyah Program
The annual dinner of Pioneer
Women Club I, t" be held on Sun
day at 6 p.m in the Hit/ Plata
bJ, will !* sponsored l>> Mr-
Leah Notkin in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah of her grandson, David
Not k i n.
The evening will feature a talk
bj Mrs Milton Green, Greatei Mi-
ami Council Pioneer Women presi-
dent, and a program of musical
entertainment
All proceeds lor the social affair
will go to the Child Rescue Fund
in Israel
Mr.- Joseph Kr..nt/ i- serving
as chairman, and Mi- Robert Gar
her i- club president.
Louis I) Brandeis Women'.- Club
h is slated a card party for !
day, 12:30 p m at 25 Washini
Ave., with proceed- going lo the
Variet) Children's Hospital
W&W got the
Hebrew Academy
Women And VTA
? In Joint Affair
\ >mt meeting of the Hebrew
tradem) Women and Hebrew
\. em) PT \ has been scheduled
i p m on Wednesda) at the
i aribbean Hotel Mi- Samuel Ros
ner and Mr- Harry Rosenberg are
i. -:d( nt- oi the respective groups
i he afternoon program will fea
a review of the Chaim Potok
I. The Chosen," b) Dr Max
\ Upachiti ol Beth Torah con
ation Program chairman it
\ii- Charles Simon
Business ag< ndi will include a
rl on the rectal Buck and Bin
van Bank luncheon submitted l>>
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, hoard than
nan, Mr- Joseph Shapiro and lira
ill in* Rosenstein, Brick and Bin
an chairmen
Caribbean cruises, hotel week
nds, furniture and even a tele
vision sel will be -old to the high
-t bidder a) an auction Saturda}
The Naomi Croup of the Miami
'hapter of Hadassah will present
Ninth Annual Youth Aliyah Auc
ion at Hillel House, I loo Millet
Dr., ("oral Gables
The puhlic i- united to hid for
he all new, top-quality merchan-
lise donated i>> hundreds of local
ind national manufacturers and
nerchants, hotel- and restaurants
Auctioneer I eonard Stern will
in the bidding at 8 p.m. for
sassau cruises, hotel weekends,
linners lor two at top restaurants,
urniture, lamp-, porting equip
ment, Jewelry, handbags, a tele-
vision set and other electrical ap-
pliance.- and household goods
Proceed- from the auction, head
d for the second year by Mrs Fli
Kesnick, will go to Hadassah's
routh Aliyah program, to support
children who have been rescued
from oppression and resettled in
Israel.
An carlyhird -ale of smaller
tem- will begin at 7 p m
The Tikvah Group' will Feature
"Hadassah Happening." Sundaj
Dec .< at Carpenter's Hall, 151 N\v
37th Ave from :> to 7 p m. The
event will include niu-ic. games
and homecooked food Mrs Milton
AUman, Mrs Benjamin Glickman
and Mrs S> Ki ankle are m charge
ol tickets
i
Members and friends of the
Chaim Weizmann croup will par
ticipate in a candle-lighting cere
niony for Youth Aliyah at a (harm
kah partv Monday, Dec 4. 8 p.m
at Carpenters Hall. 151 NW 37th
Ave
Mr- Many Kornfield. program
chairman, promises a Chanukah
Grab Bag Gift to all those attend
Ing.
A
Menrv Gilbert, who has recent!)
returned from an extensive trip to
Russia, spoke to the study group
ol the Torah Croup Mondav at the
home of Mr- Alex C.oldstein Mrs
Nathan Speigleman was chairman
of tin' event.
Marhiny Chorus
Now Rehearsing
The Marhiny Symphony Chorus
has resumed weekly rehearsals al
the Ida M Pisher Communrtj
School on Wednesdays from 7 to
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Prof II Marhiny. former direc
tor ol the Geneva-San Remo Opera
Houses, i- offering a scholarship to
tenors, bassoes and baritones who
are accepted in the choru- and will
participate in a Chanukah Festival
to be presented Dec 20 in the
Community School Auditorium
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WOMAN OF TH^ WEEK
Saturday is a red letter da> in the life of Lena and Sam
Goldstein It la their Golden Wedding Anniversary From
the wav thev look, sound, act in their way of life, it is
impossible to realize that they have
had fift) yean of a wonderful mar-
ried life
How did it begin and where"
Lena was born in Atlanta She
has that soft southern accent that
goes well with her soft way of talk
ing and her relaxed happy per
tonality She was a third genera-
tion of a closely knit southern
" pioneer family Her family spent half
their time in Atlanta and half in
close by Columbus where Lena re-
ceived her schooling.
IBM
Ufe in a small soutnern town was always a gay round
of social activities. She has many happy memories of an
enchanting childhood and young womanhood It was be-
fore graduating from the University of Georgia's Normal
School for Teachers that she met her future husband at a
wedding She thought he was the groom. He became her
bridegroom after a short while When I-ena was given her
M class to teach, much whispering went on both in front
of her and behind her back because her boy friend Sam's
s -ter was in that class. Lena probably had the shortest
teaching career on record. She taught from September to
November.
So they got marriel and lived happily ever after The
Goldsteins had three children, each four years apart Son
Burton iBBI and daughter Blanche were born in Atlanta
Charles was born in Miami. He didn't like it that he was
the only one in the whole family who wasn't born in
Atlanta
With the example of her own and her husband's pa-
rents always before her as leaders in the community. I-ena
j. well as Sam participated actively in the community
v here they lived which also included Atlanta. West Palm
Beach and Birmingham They have carved a niche for
themselves in our town.
Always active in Haddassah. N C J W B'nai B'rith and
Sisterhood. Lena carried on wherever she was Temple
Israel has meant a lot to her throughout their years here
Now Lena says that she feels like an elder statesman, en
joying the fruits of what she has helped to plant She quot-
ed a couplet that 1 had never heard before which made a
good deal of sense "To look at a mirror at our own live*,
i- to see what our children are like
The Goldstein children are just as deeply concerned
with the world of today and how to better it to the best of
their ability just as their parents were The two sons live in
Miami B B Goldstein, his wife Grace and two sons. Buck
and Johnny, and Charles Goldstein his wife Pat and their
two children Patrick and Amy Daughter Blanche is
married to Chester Ross and lives in New York with their
two children. Arthur and Dorien Blanche's activities with
Brandeis University National Womens Committee and Jew-
ish Federation in her town are just as great as Grace's here
with Jewish Family and Children's Service and Pat's with
the Anti-Defamation League.
Lena and Sam raised their children to share their joys
and sorrows together. Having six grandchildren is wonder-
ful and they in the usual doting grandparents The grand
children insist that they have the swingiest grandmother
there is They call her "Grand Lena" and call their grand
father. "Grand Sam". Every day without fail Lena visits
her own mother. Rebecca Clein.
Sam and Lena like to travel everywhere, including
Europe They always manage, coming and going, to stop
off to visit Blanche and her family in New York. They
have had the reputation all of their lives of always being
on the go That still holds true Their dream of celebrating
their golden anniversary with their family and friends is
becoming a reality Saturday is the big day Congratula-
tions Sam and Lena. The community hopes to be able to
help you celebrate your Diamond Anniversary.
New Alan Besner s
To Live in Canada
i ana.la will In- the future home
ni newly married Elizabeth (Betty)
Nusbaum and Alan Barrj BesflMr,
who were married Sunday evening.
N >v l'i a! the Eden Roc Hotel,
where .1 reception followed the
ceremon) I>r Irving Lehrman of.
Vil
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Je
rome Nusbaum. 660 Allison Rd..
the bride was horn in Casablanca.
\i ; utd came to Miami
Beach in 1985 she attended the
Miami
The bridegroom ii the son of Mr
.mil Mrs Harrj Besner ol Quebec
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Sharon Gliekman
A Bride At Home
Of Her Parents
Sharon Ix>n Gliekman exchanged
vows with Ira Michael Elegant on
Wednesday. Nov. 22. at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs
Ix-onard Gliekman of 3001 N. Ba\
Rd.
Dr Irving lehrman officiated at
the evening nuptials Attending the
couple were C.ayle Gliekman. the
bride's sister, and Steven Posner.
best man
Member of a pioneer Miami
Beach family, new Mrs Elegant i>
a graduate of the University of
Miami School of Education, and is
teaching in the Dade County school
system.
Son of Mr and Mrs Albert Ele
gant. 4531 Sheridan Ave the bride
groom is an assistant attorney for
l the city of Miami Beach He is a
graduate of the 1 -M S< h "] at Law,
and a member of the Florida Bar
The newhweds will make their
home in Miami Beach
Rabbi Cop/on Reviews Novel
Rabbi Jonah E. Catalan, spiritual
! leader of Sky Lake Synagogue, will
review The Chosen.' by Chain
Potok at a joint meeting of the
congregation and Sisterhood Tues-
day evening at the synagogue.
In conjunction with Jewish Book
Month. Nov. 24 through Dec. 24.
the book review and a book fair
will take place at the meet.ng
Mrs U'o Berman is chairman of
the book fair
W rnr Klu
mm. ax am irsMit
Now a clothing manufacturer, he
has a B.B A deree fr on the I M
', of Business
For her wedding, new Mrs Bes
ntr wore an elegant white silk pc.ni
de soie semi-fitted gown It fea-
tured Ion 4 headed sleeve*, a full
hack and a peau train dotted with
led lace appliques A matching
beaded lace headpiece held the
tuple tier of French illusion.
Attendant-, in identical cherry
crepe semi-fitted gowns, included
Mrs Barbara Silver, matron of
honor. Phyllis Goldfarb. Phyllis.-
Zangen, and Nancy Pere. brides
maids, and Marline Stoupel. junior
bridesmaid
Best man was Bram Besner and
serving as ushers were James Nui
baum. Serge Nusbaum. Paul Her
shorn, and Bobby Besner
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
live at 7P20 Cote S< I uc Rd.. Cote
St Luc, Quebec.
MtS. tOUtr I. GfANCWf
llrotman. Gratwfl
Wed On Thursday
Now on a honeymoon
Acapulco and Mexi< > > th*
former Merle E. BrV.man sad
Robert I. Graooff we ma
Thursday evening. uv 23
Eden Hoc Hotel, w >* re
followed the BVftlah -
rabbi was Dr 1-eon Kroi
Daughter of Joseph J
ti25 NE 123rd St the hi
a gown of Alencon lace and tnj;
lish net and carried an
meal of white orchids .
carnations
Her attendants Inciudi
Lee Kirsch. maid of I.
Granoff. Bonnie Sue I
Joan Hocheiser.
The bridegroom had Pi
nod as best man. w:'1'. '
naff, John Meyer and I Uord Pat
nell Jr serving as ushers
Son of Mr and Mr-
Granoff, the groom is s
Miami Beach High
B B A degree from the l'i
of Miami He is now .1 1
dent of a paper rompain
New Mrs Granoff Is S
uate of Miami Be-ch II
a l'-M degree in nursing
The couple will mak' tb< t haaw
at 1585 NW 103rd St
luncheon and Card Party
Sunshine Chapter B
Women, will sponsor a 1
and card party at 12:30
Tueadav at Washington
t NE 167th St.
Mrs Yetta Sterns is chs
Announcement
to art lovers...
and this mciin t-vcryone
NOW OPEN
in CORAL GABIES
International Art Gallon
at 1430 Ponce de Uon Blvd.
. featuring original oilpaintmgs
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Dinnei of state thi> past Thun
ria> evening .it the- Doial Beach
Hotel Guaati of honor were, Sybil
anil Y. x Weitl Mrs Weitl WOT(
a ro>a purple gown with gol<.
and i ver lame woven into tht
modii il pn>!.\ brocaded i at
tern The silhouette wai a ened : and fl.irr. and the hich
yojM i long ileeved cuffs were
Jew icruati I
Mr Edward GreenfieM'i gown
\*kn |r .oral and old silk chiffon
wilh gttefl chiffon stole worn
hi^h the front neckline and
treatorg a pannier effect in back
Mr* "a Ka> was in a two piece
pink 'Ik crepe with a jeweled
hodict CfU'mpaune and gold bro-
cade " seph Skawnrai Mr- Trudy Ham
rachlag wore a striking gown
and ratchini; floor length coat
in eroerald green and blue bro-
rade '-old lame was woven into
the pa'**.ern and the coat was cut
in th open front style.
Mi -n color silk worsted was
am ii i Mr- Sidney Ansin. Her
dre-- bad it- own matching coat
whicr fratured jet buttons and a
smali stand-op collar. Mrs Sidney
Wollr an selected a white silk
broc*. e three place cocktail en
semi- The neckline of her bod
ice featured a "keyhole" cutout
with ulk illusion inserted and de-
tailed wita a band of silver and
cry.-t.. bead- Mrs Florence Al
bert- 'opped her gold silk sheath
formal length skirt with an over
blouM A gold paillettes.
M- Ben Eaaen wore a stun
niny floor length pencil slim
gowr which was completely en-
enntV with muiti colored and
multi-'ype Jewali In a Far F.a-t
moti* the gown featured unusual
deifi each of which were hand
embroidered In different textured
be id- Goya red silk was worn
by V1-. Morris. Rabinovwtz Her
dress aj alntveleaa and had the
soft cowl neckline. Mrs. Sondra
Smitr- black silk worsted had
lonji Alencon lace sleeves which
(hired .nto an Aline silhouette
Orrhred blue, green and gold
blencirrt into the floor length coat
won by Hn Carrie Rosen Her
Konu.
blue
ensemble was from Hong
and the coal lopped an ice
Chantilly and ribbon lace gown.
Blue was also the color choice of
Mr- David K miner and her three
piece cocktail ensemble had the
popular cowl neckline Mr- Ha
\il Ponve'i gown wa- covered
in crystal caviar heads which
gave her aquamarine gown an
icy effect. Her matching v
was In peau de soie.
Her Kxcellency. G'-lda Meir.
gavi the address, and her dress
wa- In a elastic style. It was a
black embossed sheath with short
sleeves and had a square neck-
line
Wedding In April
For Carolyn Adler
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adler.
3801 Anderson Rd.. (Oral Gables.
announce the engagement of their
d lighter, Carolyn Sue. to Jeffrey
<> an Meddin, son of Mr. and Mrs
Gerald Meddin; Savannah. Ga.
Miss Adler is (he granddaughter
of Mr and Mrs. David B Lyons.
Coral Gables, and the late Mr. and
Mrs Morris Adler.
Mr. Meddm is the grandson of
Mr and Mrs Meddm. of Savannah
Mrs Harrj Sallow and the late Mr
Sallow ol Baltimore, Md
The bride eleel la a senior al the
University of Georgia where she is
working towards a MS ED. degree
in elementary education. She is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon So-
rority
The groom elect, serving in the
I'nited States Air Force, is sta-
tioned at Shaw Air Force Base,
S.C. He attended Armstrong Col-
lege Savannah, where he served as
treasurer of Tail Epsilon Phi Fra
ternity,
An April wedding is planned.
Charles Roths In
Mrs Jonas Brotman chose gold intll VCrSdl' V I'Ctl'
in a looped fringe
and silver lame in a looped fringe
fabric It followed the sheath sil-
houette, had crystal teardrops
around the scooped neckline and
her ^old coat was fur trimmed at
the cuffs. Mrs. Sol C'hoen was in
an emerald green silk karrati
fabric full length coat which was
worn over a black silk sheath.
Porcelain blue was the color of
Mi- l.eon Ell's silk gown. It was
jewel trimmed at the neckline
anil bracelet length cuffs, Mrs
Samuel Pollock designed her
white chiffon ensemble. The prin-
cess silhouette was followed with
crystal and silver beading on both
the dress and matching sleeveless
coat 'I tie sheer long sleeves of
the dre-s were alo beaded.
A white satin Dior onginal was ,
worn by Mrs Sam Simonhoff.
The coat had the high yoke, and
deep flounce at the hem. and the
fit and flare classic style dress
featured a hardware" front zip-
per, if a Dior gown trim may be
classified in the current fashion
terminology Mrs Minna Click
man'l white silk brocade gown
had the high cowl neckline. Mrs.
Harry DeJour wore a white silk
faille gown with a matching fabric
draped cape. A white ribbed silk
was worn by Mrs. David Davis
and it featured an asy metrical
band of crystal heads across the
bodice. Mrs Maury Alters" chain
pagne silk brocade gown had its
own hip length jacket which was
trimmed in tourmaline mink
Mr and Mrs. Charles Roth. 1451
\E 170th St. were guests of honor
at a surprise celebration of their
50th wedding anniversary recently.
Hosting the festivities held at the
Fairway Restaurant, were the
Roth's fellow residents of the Co-
lonial Court Apts.
The couple came here six years
ago from Schenectady. N.Y.. where
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MISS CAROLYN ADLIK
Social Meeting and Dance
At Emanu-El on Saturday
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
semi-annual social meeting and
dance at 8 pm on Saturday, in
the newly-completed ballroom of
the temple.
Max Boderman. president, will
conduct the business meeting
which will be followed by enter-
tainment, dancing and a late sup-
per. Dr. Irving Lehrman will greet
the membership.
A special feature of the evening
will be a presentation by the Tem-
ple Players, directed by Trixie
Levin.
Coffee Meeting
On Miami Beach
Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs,
Sam A. Goldstein will co-host a
coffee for the Women's Committee
of the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service Thursday. Nov. 30,
at 10:30 a.m. at Mrs Phillips'
home. 5900 Alton Rd.
Mrs Eugene Katz. chairman of
the Women's I'ommittee. and Mrs.
B B. Goldstein, volunteer chair-
man, will address the group.
Mrs. KatZ has announced the fol-
lowing chairmanships in the JFCS
"Get Acquainted" program: mem-
bership, Miami Beach area. Mrs
lames Cohen: North Miami, Mrs.
Maxwell Wcisbiatt: family life edu-
cation program, Mrs. Harold Rand:
special programs, Mrs. Charles
Goldstein; volunteer program. Mrs.
Burton B. Goldstein and publicity.
Mrs. Stanley Ersoff.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service is an affiliate of the
I'nited Fund and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Golden Age Club Convenes
Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
tor of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, will report on his recent
trip to Israel at the Dec. 3rd meet-
ing of the Golden Age Friendship
Club. 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Bessie Aro-
noff is president
MV. AND AMI. CHARUS ROTH
they were married in 1917. and
where Mr. Roth was associated
with the General Electric Co. for
45 years
The Roths have a daughter, Mrs.
Iris If. Lawrence of Miami, a son.
Wtllard L Roth of Pinellas Park.
Fla and two grandchildren. Bar
bara Lee and Ross Jack Lawrence.
President of the Schenectady
Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Roth's
activities here include membership
in the Albert Einstein group, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress and the Phil-
harmonic Auxiliary.
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Shows Synagogues
ire Not Attended
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A ma
jority ol !ht> Jewa In Amsterdam
have virtually given up all religious
tices and never attend a syna-
we although they apparently
< mtinue to identity themselves
... Jews and believe th;it anti-
s mitism exists in Holland.
rhese facts were bronchi out
week in stud) bj Dr. Salo-
Wynberg, who is preparing a
ological thesis for the State
i niversit; ol I'trechl
Amsterdam, largest city in the
Netherland, had a Jewish popula-
ol 12,000 after World War II.
compared to loo.ooo prior to 1940
lir wyi erviewed 210 Jews
over the age ol 18 and found that
n i enl could read Hebrew
pen ant attended daily
Orthodox or Liberal
pen enl attended
,- only on the High Hol>
Days; and 74 percent never attend
i found thai M percenl not
! eve in < and 76 percenl do
nccpl Israel as
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Inaugural Dinner
For Sbaare Zedek
th Florida Friends ol
ire ZedeK Hospital in Jei
held ts inau lural dinner on
\ ,\ IS at the Deauville Hotel
During the recent Six Day War
in Israel. Sbaare Zedek became a
larj hospital on the front line,
heating ovei 460 soldiers and ci-
\ lians Mayor ol Jerusalem Teddy
K illek called the action "an im
tanl and honorable contribution
to the greal victorj
Mom on the eve o; an extensi i
insion program, Shaare Zedek,
h ha- -lived In Jerusalem for
past six decades, plans to build
.-, new 500-bed medical center in
ti heart .i '< rusalem
nder the chairmanship ol Dr
Zuckerman, th- Soul h
1 Ida l u nda e Zedek
i launching a membership drive
Mian Beach and surrounding

Commander Yanay Of The Israel Navy
To Address Groups Here Next Week
Beth Sh -
formally op?ned at a cock:ail | rrty
I Mrs
H rrvey E. Krai r. Mrs. M
Harry S W
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U. S. Educators Hear
Israeli Dropout Plan
ms foi working
M-'u YORK \'\ Israeli's plan cationa
for "A School of Second Chance" >"ll,h
'or dropouts in underdeveloped t..|1N for ., ,.(|lK.,,tuin.,1
countries was among a number ol m.llhim (lf ,. (- ,,, yetn ,-.
suggested education programs pre- |lon ,,,.,., Ihl. seven-month pe-
sented to President Lyndon B. n(K, wnpn Ihc chl|(ir,n art. not
' needed to help In the sowing and
harvesting ot crops This i- to be
ident ol Cornell, who served as
chairman of the "Internationa!
lonfen ncc on the World Ci
Education' which eluded
- sessions in Wllliamsburg, \ a.
followed by additional three month
studj periods tor two or throe
yeai -
Commander Samuel Yanay, for
.,- c| ; || operations of the I-
\ ^ will be in Miami nexl
week He will be accompanied bj
Abraham Tooch, assistant larael
Consul for the Southeast.
M .- la) evening at Temple Me
norah, Commander Yanaj will
meet with farmer participants in
programs sponsored bj Habonim,
you, ssah, Hebrew
k-et sit}. Technion, Jew
S immer Inal at Ulpanlm
t'mdr Yanaj will present the lat
Goodwill Offers
Gift Certificates
Goodwill Industries i- making
, ei tifw ates at ailabW t" indi-
viduals, synagogues and clubs for
h ibution to needj families
ii itabli or anizations during the
holidaj scasi
v, n Harrj P Cain, Goodwill's
t foi finam
;, idsIsed, i can
be bought in 15 S10, and S2S de
nominations beginning Monday.
No* 2~. at j G dwill Stores
> are redeemable f"i like ni a
merchan lise including clothing,
iks and bik -
\ vali lation pi i od "i 1-" days is
and in
, tr im I i med ci
c stes will n vert to G Iwill In
i ies capital fund I and
will be
tuntties I list ol ncai I)
l (mn) handii appi d applicant* "
rt information on new programs
Which have been established in 1-
iat I for the encouragement ot set
Hers, peace corps volunteers and
"'"dfPjf and discuss tile lormatio!
,d an America Israel alemni grou|
Coordinating the meeting w ,n be
Joseph YanJeh, director. Ame......
.tewtsh Confreas
Tuesday at 7 30 p.m.. Cmdl >
n.i\ will addreas teenagers and
lull! at the YM YWII \
Greatei Miami, bringing to th<
message from the jrouiif people i
Yanaj. who studied at thi ii
Technion, gi aduate l from m i i
He was one ol the founders ol
Inael Defense Forci Na< t nit
and participated in the 1956 Sum
Campaign a- well as the Six D
Wat "
Ml To 'i h is the !
i ael Alt) ah enter lor ti. -
Rei ion
Royal Palm
Hotel
1545 Collins Ave M B
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
'! n : Ml
KOSHER DINING ROOM
or ber 1st. IS
fr S>ierof iaas Call
JOSEPH ROSt JE 1-7311
The "School of Second Chance"
Th( ceived by Dr ( ban- b designed for children who never
rich Rinott. former Director Gen- ,., t(l Si.^ou\% or dropouts Get
to the needs ol the rural communi-
ties, it would seek to prevent il
ral ot the Israel Ministr) of Edu
Cation and Culture and now Advis-
ii to the Chairman of the Jewish
Agency, was included In the offi-
cial report made by the Williams
hum Conference to President
lohnson
Dr Rinott was one of two Is-
raelis attending the conference
which brought together 170 edu
literacy and prepare children lor a
more productive life in the rural
communities in which they live Its
curriculum would include cituen
snip education, home economics,
i in.) activities and pro-vocational
training
Dr. Rinott has urged support ot
cators from fifty-two countries of this project on a pilot basis ot five
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Dr Rinott's plan is base I upon
the unique educational experii i
il 1-: ael m pre \ ocational train
king with children from social-
.. backward countries and its edu-
Hook Review In
Form Of Dialogue
Mi Hie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth lorah Congregation will hold
its next breakfast meeting VYednes-
daj at 10 a m in the Social Hall.
In observance ol Jewish Book
Month, a l*>ok review in dialogue
torm will be given by Dr Max A.
units in live underdeveloped coun-
tries ot Attica, tsouth America and
Asia He has suggested the appoint-
ment ot an international commit-
te< to ur.iw up a curriculum tor the
bcnuoi ot becond Lbancc com-
tsu ot inteinational experts
. minorities in the piioi coun-
,1 K's
An important aspect ol the pro
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. ..on .i in meet ine lo bi agi u m
... .ii neeus ioi win lea* nei anf
,ii,-. -o umi tin i e out in I
an acute uianpoMei shortage dui
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screenmg process employed in the
recruitment ol volunteers for I-
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lair featuring a displaj of honks
ol Judaic content Mrs Adrian
Kaufman i- publications chairman
and Mrs Gi rgi I loodman is Sis
od president
Lecture Forums To Be Held At
Both Beth David Schools
on Tuesday at ft p.m Beth h
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Wa\ school, MX sw 3rd Ave
Hal in So! Landau will review the
book Our Crowd
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South Dale school. 7900 s'A 120th
St.. the adult education lecture for-
,im will Ih- hosted by Saul Itahin.
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that will precede the viewing of
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on the "Man to Man television
program.
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Friday November 2i 1967
J^jar <*/rlite*9ah
Reed Somberg
Reed Bradford Somherg will be-
come B;ir Mitzvah at Temple Judea
of Coral Gables Saturday. Nov. 25.
at 11:15 a.m.
Reed is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Eugene Somberg. 152! Mercado.
He is an eighth grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior lliuh. par-
ticipates in many sports programs,
and excels in horseback ridm.:.
hunting and fishing.
The celebrant is the grandson of
Mr and Mrs Philip Somberg and
Mr and Mrs Joseph 11. Syman. all
local residents.
Mr and Mrs Eugene Somberg
will host the Kiddu.sh in their son's
honor.
Heed Semfeert
Carl Solmn
Carl Solomon
On Saturday morning. Nov. 25.
Carl Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Solomon, 7936 Biscayne
Point Circle, will be Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Ner Tarn id.
Carl is a student at Deerborne
School and Ner Tarn id Religious
School. He is an all around athlete,
participating in boating and skiing.
He has received several scholar-
ship awards, and also enjoys draw
ing
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
Ices, and a reception will be ten-
dered Cari Saturday evening at the
Doral Beach Hotel.
Edward Upton
Saturday morning service* it
Temple Sinai of North Dade on
N 25 will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Edward, son of Mr and
Mrs Carl Lipton.
Edward is in the eighth grade at
hi Hebrew Academy and also at-
ti n the Temple Smai Religious
>ol. He is a stamp collector
and also plays the piano and the
trumpet.
Among guests will be the cele-
brant s greatgrandfather. Harry
of Philadelphia
Kevin Kline
Kevin, son of Mr and Mrs Ar-
thur Kline. 425 W. 28th St. will
Become Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Sholom on Nov. 25
Kevin is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School His
hobbies are fishing, tennis and
golf
A luncheon and reception will
be held in Kevin's honor at the
Eden Roe Hotel, following the
Debra Rickles
Debra daughter of Or. and Mrs
mour Rickles will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday i Nov 24,
st the l-i nter
Debra has be lenl at the
Rel: bool for the past five
the is m the eighth
andoafa Junior H gh
she is a memlH'!" of 'he Future
her- of America.
The celebrant will be honored at
the 0n< Shabbat following the
...r\ ices

Gary Segal
Gar) Leonard, son of Mr. and
Mis Harold Segal will become
Mitzvah on Saturday, No*.
at Temple EnMMIU
is iii \i .nil at
itUua Junior and plays
drums in tfe school band II
Include piano ui.i stamp
collecting
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in the new assembly hall
following the service, and at a re
ceptdon Saturday evening in the
Deauville Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Freud. Gary's
grandparents, will attend the
event.
a a
Leonard Genet
Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Genet, 4201 Toledo Cora'
Cables, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Beth David Congregation on
Saturday. Nov. 25.
Leonard is in the eighth tirade
at Ponce Junior High and is in-
terested in sports and stamp col-
lecting.
A Kiddu.sh following the Satur-
day morning services will be ten
dered by his parents Among guests
will be Mrs Have Cohen Charles
ton. S.C., and Mr and Mrs Harry
Genet, Miami Beach, grandparents
of the celebrant

Mark Cole
On Saturday morning. Nov. 29,
Mark Lawrence Cole will be Bai
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Mark, son of Mr and Mrs Ber
nard R Cole. 8035 SW 17th Ter
is an eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High. He plays the
clarinet, and among his hobbies
are sailing, bowling and ice skat
ing He is a newsboy for the Guide
Following the services, an Oneg
Shabbat will be hosted by Mr and
Mrs. Cole

Steven and Suaan Goodman
Twins Susan and Steven Good
man were to celebrate their Bas
and Bar Mitzvah at a Thanksgiving
service at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Thursday morning.
The celebrants are the daughter
and son of Mr and Mrs George
Goodman. 731 NE 170th St Both
are in the seventh grade at John F
Kennedy Junior High, are interest
ed in sports and collect stamps as a
hobby. Steven serves as program
vice president of the Beth Torah
student congregation.
Mother of the celebrants i> pres-
ident of the Mollie Kahaner Sister
hood of Beth Torah She and hei
husband arc celebrating their 2ist
wedding anniversary
Grandparent- ol Steven and Su-
san are Mr and Mrs Lou Good
man of North Miami Beach, and
Mr and Mr- Joseph Berger of
Richmond Hills, NY who will be
marking their 46th anniversary
while here
*
Gary Shachat
Gary Michael, son of Judge and
Martin Shachat. 1051 NE
175th St.. will be Bar Mitzvah Sat
urday morning, No\ 2."> at Beth
rorah Congregation.
Gary i- in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Jim.or High His
interests include sports, especially
baseball and football (lary plans
to -in on with his Hebrew studies
at Beth Torah and is presently in
his sixth year
A reception will be held Satur-
day evening at the Deauville Hotel
Among < lests w ill be Mrs l la
Shachat. grandmother :. Mr
and Mrs Nathan Laber,
I pa rents

Martin Polin
Martin, -on ol Mr and Mr- Nat
Polin, lTiioi NE 8th Pi will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturda; morn
\o\ 29 at Beth Torah I
. i. ation.

Michael Taub
Michael -on of Mr and M r-
Merrill Taub, 7021 SW 107th St.
w ill Ik- called to the Torah a- a Bar
Mitzvah OB Saturday. Nov 28 at
Temple Zion.
Michael is an eighth grade pupil
,,t Palmi ttO Junior High, ami |
the trumpet in the school Conceit
Band
Harry Taut) will host the Oneg
Shabbat b) honor of the Bar Mitz-
Ironari Genet
vah, and his parents will host the
reception at home Saturday in (hi

Lisa Woltson
Lisa, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Gordon Wolfson, 440 Bast Drive,
will become Bas Mitzvah Friday
evening. Nov 24. at Beth Torah
Congregation.

Gary Axelrod
Gary Holier son of Mr and
Mr- Lester Axelrod. 7441 Wayne
Am will be Bar Miti\ah at Tern
pie Menorah Saturday morning.
Nov 25.
Gary is a student in the religious
school of Te.nple Menorah and
also attends Nautilus Junior High
A luncheon in Gary's honor will
be held in the social hall following
-ere ices Saturday evening, the
celebrant will be honored at a re
ception and dinner-dance at the
Diplomat Country Club.

Jets* Schocken
Saturday morning. Nov 25th.
Jesse Schocken will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Jesse, son of Mr and Mrs. Stan-
ley Rosen. 8901 SW 17th St.. is an
eighth grade student at the Rock-
away Junior High School. He plays
the electric guitar, and among his
hobbies are playing football w ith
the Westchester Optimists Club,
and baseball.
Following the services, there will
be an Oneg Shabbat. hosted by Mr.
and Mrs Rosen.
Jeihve Pollack
Gary Se -ol
Musical Group Plans Social
The monthly social of the Miami
Beach Community Singers will be
held Saturday evening at the Wash-
ington Federal. Washington Ave-
nue and 12th Street. The evening
will feature entertainment and
dancing.
Guild Subsidizes
Room At Hospital
Some 200 members and guests of
the Men > Fashion Guild of Greater
Miami attended the group's 20th
annual d.nner on Tuesday at the
Fontainrbleau Hotel.
Highlight of the evening was the
final payment to Mount Sinai Hos-
pital for a $10,000 room at the
hospital. Main address was given
by Ralph D. Turlington, speaker of
the Florida House of Represents
fives.
Installed aj Guild officers at the
dinner were Harold Goldberg, pres
ident: Al Lrdina. first vice presi
dent. Larry Hoffman, second vice
president. Al Leslie, treasurer, and
Eli Krebs secretary All were held
over from last year.
II \ nit in Chabner Is
Reelected Head Of
Cemetery Group
Hyman Chabner has be
ed to a fifth consecutive term j-
president of the Great.: Miami
Jewish Cemetery AsSOCiall \
ti\e in many community
tions. Mr Chabner also ..-
president of Beth El Congl ,..
officers who will serve with Mi
Chabner through the i
are: Kredric Rosenthal. first vice
president: Morris Krevat second
vice president. Nathan G
secretary and Morton We
treasurer.
Board of director- Is-
rael Schultz. Irving Lubui l
Rose. Max R. Silver. Philip Berko-
wiU. Hyman P. Galbut. Morris B
Frank. Abe Pepper. Samue. Kostoff
and Isidore Schwarti.
The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
etery Association is a nun profit
association, serving the eeds of
the community in a variety >: u.i\-
including free burial plots
monuments for those unable to pay
..- well as furnishing flnar
port to religious institute
The following are the
members of the association Beth
David Congregation. Beth kode-h
Congregation. Beth Jaco i man
gation. Beth El Congregl I
Sisterhood Chesed Shel El
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Regular meeting of the
Beth Tov Sisterhood li -
Monday evening at the
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[Friday. November 24, 1967
\51-Year Resident,
*Mrs. Annie Tobin
A resident of Miami Beach for
"v" ha"a *>. Mrs Annie
lobtn. of 901 lih SI fUi Nov ,5
al the age of 84.
Mrs. Tobin was a member of
Temple Enrami-EI. Iladassah vrrrrr
Pioneer Women.
Survivors include four sons
Charles S., Jack, Harold (; and
Leonar,!: two daughters, lira Lila
Hum at d Mrs Ethel Hose: 13
jrandt Idrtn. All live in Creator
-Miami
Services mm held on Thursday
afternoon. Nov. us. ;,i Riverside
Normanth Isle Memorial Chapel
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Herman Stein Is
Vice President Of
Food Fair Stores
Herman Stein, ol Linden N J
' Miami rest I 'i :. ian-
11 Sou" D i of Food
t-air Stores from V.*i2 until M.i
1667, has i een name I a vice |
idi nt oi the company il wat an-
nouiued b> Preside!.! Jack M
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He head- ihe supermarket chauVi
Linden Division, which includes
some 170 stores in northern Nam
'eraey, New Yurk. Connedfcut,
and Rhode Island
During their residence in Miami.
Mr and Mrs. Stein were active in
the civic and cultural work of the
community, including the United
Fund. United Jewish Appeal. Unit-
ed Nations projects. Florida Atlan-
tic University, the JKK Memorial
Library Fund, and the Sky Lake
Civic Association
Pavlow Furniture
Fills Contract For
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Quiz Box
Why is it required to pronounct
a benediction before performing
ont of the commandments of rhe
Torah?
This is one of the three cate
Sonea ol blessings enumerated by
Maimonides (Laws of Blessings
1:4). Generally speaking the bless
ing offered before enjoying one of
life s bounties (such as a fruit or
bread, eti i | means oi exi
ms our recognition that wdiatever
we en oy in life is something thai
the Almight) has granted us from
hii infinite storehouse of treasures
i> reciting the blessing we receive
permission to take something from
this world which let hnicaily all be-
to th Almightj Just as this
is Hue of material objects which
we enJJ : I io !. clothing,
'it also true of the intangible
cts In life
Performing a commandment of
',:-' faith .- thus looked upon
prii i u beei [rante I
by the Almighty, In a sense
thank li:m for having coi
: us m .i'Ii-. enough to perform
thu commandment li is a privi-
lege io ; e able to serve Him.
Why is it that for certain com-
mandments no blessings art
chanted beforehand (e.g. such as
the giving of charity)?
Even though our practice is not
to do so, it is int,.resting to note
that there are Rabbinic authorities
*ho stated that one should make a
blessing before the fulfillment of
any commandment including one
such as "rising before an elder,
etc. (Eliyahu of London, p 31
etc... Rabbi Joseph Karo in his
commentary to the Code of Mai-
monides (Kesef Mishnah. Yad.
Blessings 11:2) contends that those
commandments which involve in
terpersonal relationships require
no Mattings before their perform-
ance This ii explained by the un-
' derstanding that a commandment
involving interpersonal relation-
ships require the cooperation of
other individuals in order to be
performed properly
Thus chanty requires the accept-
ance of the recipient Since the re-
cipient mav not accept our gift, no
ling recited before the gift is
given (Avudraham, p, 18) Other
authors .'her reason The
ffered tx fore the per
' ol .< commandmenl
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commai rimanded
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true oi ethical behavii i For ex
ample, no one can fulfill the com
plete requirements of respecting
one's father or mother with the pel
formance of one deed Nor can one
exhaust hi- requirement to
charity with one contribution.
Commandments such as these are
never finished in their sense of ob
libation upon us. There.'oie. the
benediction is omitted.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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Civil ACTION. NO 67 153
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
No 67 15579
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO S 4 C ASSOC'ATES INC
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NOTICE UNOFR
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTICE 18 HBHEHY til VEX Ihul
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'ICE IS HBHEHY <:iv EN lhal
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I'K'i'SY CARNEY or PEOOY
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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MIMA APARTMENTS. IN''
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FICTITIOUS NAMK LAW
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MARWIN APARTMBNTH ..' 1^4i
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|NvrU'K is HBREIIY IIIVEN lhal
tin.I. r*iicn. .i dealrlni rnarase
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________ II 1" 17-24 IT I
_ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
:LVtNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
: FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR CADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
No. 7-U7SS
NOTICE OF UIT
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M> mitiii'r PAUUEIBJO
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REII AUTIMIl I'AI.UKIKO
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PKKIl MITHIH PAI.RE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No C7-10283
NOTICE OF SUIT
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Plaintiff,
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I lefendanl
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Crewta.....I Rank Rulldlng
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m I., en hroutrhl i'*-
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Count), Li I'lll.N II l< il'KI.A ni ,
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iibilnl in naid Milt, on or nefnr*. ihi
dii) i... mber, !' : mil III*
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i. i ..I niil, ill. Clerk i.f -.ml four I
t .lu'lam. ii' i.i default will
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HUH is II,. f..i ...-I..-UI '
M..I..I-'. i.i. ii .mil th.- properl)
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follow
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EM r \ I i:s ... ,i .In in ih.-
I'l.ii thereof .i- recorded In
Plal Hook .' al l'., v- *..
of th. l'ul-li. I;. .-.I- of
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witni'.ss mi hunii .i- i'Ii rk and
'111- -.ul "1 -..id l""Url in Miami
II..n. i-i day "t N<>\ ml., i.
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11. |.ut> Clerk
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NOTICE BY oBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY I
No. 7-172?S2
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY 1 \\e BEIRERT
Plaintiff,
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RICH (HI) Tin >M \s SBIHERT,
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T. RICH \l:i- lll.'.M \s HKIIIERT
ii I~.ukI.i- I'Ii. in., "
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Ton, RICIIARH I'lU'M \s KEIRERT
hereb) nolifled lhal .. Hill "f
Comiilalnl for IMvoree haa been filed
i.e..it ^'".i ,.1 '..u .if. required '.
reervi a < up) nl (rout \ rei ur I "t- .i
iiik '.. 'li. Hill nl Complaint m
Plait nff'i sKVtim i: h'\
I 'N EKC] '90 N \\ :.l Sir.. I,
Miami i'i. 'i.i., and fill Ihi
t ri. ...in M in ihi offii of
ill. ''!. rk "f Ihi i'ir.mi Court ..n ..r
befon ih* 15th day ol i>., .ml,, r. ,
IK'.7 If \..u f.,11 to ih. ... juiIkih. hi
l.y default "ill be laken .,k.iIii-i you
for th.- relief demanded In the Hill
i.f < "..nil.I..in'
Tin- notice ahall he publlahed ooc<
,.,.|t week for f,,ur ..us.. uiiv. ..k-
iii THE JEWISH KI.ohiiiiaX
DONE \.ni> ORDEHBH .ii Miami,
Pkirtda. Hiii. 7ih daj of Xorembei
A I I Hi".7 I
K li I.BATHBRMAN, Clerk
I'lrrult Court. Hade County. Florida
Rj MAKOl'KltlTi: KENT
Deput) I'l.-rk
li Ircuit "un s. al)
SEYMOI'R l.i'N'l"'N KHQ
TM N \v 'itlt Street
Miami. Ktortda
Alt..i n. \ fur Plaintiff
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No 67- 17744
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
l.< 'IS 'ItS/l I.A K
Plaintiff,
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Hull.lint Mlaiu i :, i i.i .m ra
befon I "il" I". I'" .' "i !- i "in
I'laini "ill be laken i-- ...nf.
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mi "ourl Seal
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I'lerk .,f Hi. i ir, uit '.in t
B) N A HEW KIT
I., i.iii > Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N"TK'K IS HBRBRY fJIVBN 'hat
the underhlgnned. denlrlnic lo enicajp
buaim in/. r th. ti.tifii.u- name
ol M"Vrvs SANDWICH SHOP ANU
ItBSTAI'RANT al number L'330 Salx
dn kvenue, In Ihi Cltj of '
:..i.l. -. F|iirfda, inti n.l-- In rea
Raid name with thi- Clerk ..f ihi
' r. uit i '..un of. Uade County, Fkuridii
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JAMBS /. I'. HI.ASI"
J< ISEPH II YOPNO
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17! Rill 'ii.-r. \\ i \ Sultl I ""
oral tSahli Fk.rida I
II I"-17 :i u I
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n. nn i: is IIERERY ''.i\ EN lhal
' un,I. i-ii-i.. ,1 di rirtiin In
in .-- undi-r ih. ii. i'Ii. u- nimi
SPAN A SHOE "' 'It I' il
... s.\\ -ih Street, Miami, Floi Ida
il reciater -aid nami
' 'i. rk f Mi. ''Ir. uit Court "f
I.. .1. < 'oun' \. Florida
CARIHHEAN SIR 'K 1*1 >HP
!.*. .KM llh Street
Miami. Florid
mim MARVIN i u IE.XER, i:-,,
. Unalrj Hiiit
x itorni \ f..r
I MtlHIlKAN SHOE 'IIP
II 1" 17-24 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni.th'K is HEREBY firVEN lhal
'h. mill, r-it-n. t:
in hUMtn*N. und.T th. fi. tlt'-.u- n.ii'i.
..f wi'Kl.H WIDE ADVERTIS-
, INfl an.I A88OCIATB8 al II N
j Miami Av.'iu,. .Miami :i'tt.'7 ir I
I In register .ml mini, with tin Clerk
(of th* t'irvuit i'our! .-f Hade Count)
t Kk.i i.hi
M AltlOV lU'FKM XN'
J l. a MARION MORRIS
Bole Owner
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IN THE COUNTY JUDCESCOURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 76749 A
in re i:-t..ti- "f
El 'XV X HP ,: (II ASK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All i'r.,li|,.,-...... XII I'.
no Claima or Pemaiide tcun-i
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You .'' I" reb) "..' ,1 .. ml r.--
iiuir, .1 .. pri rni an) litlma .i ii
i- nln. h you ma) i,.,v. aflraln*.!
1 li of i:i i\x \i:i i i: CHASE
.' .... .1 lal< l .1. "ounI) Florida,
he i 'oui ') hi.lv of I nidi 'ountx
and fib Ih. mi mi in duplli at< .,
provided Si Iton I I'
i'. li iheir i 'fi. in in* 'ounty
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H'lihin -ix calendar month* from ihi
. ..f Hi. firnl puhlii .,' ,.ii hi
it i.. I..,.-. ,i
Hated .,' Miami, Florida Ihi* da)
,. >. ml xn I94J7
- thi:i::s x '-ii xsi:
x Executrix
Plrat nubUcatlon <.f thi> notlve on
i ", da) "f Xoi. mber, 7
I X XX i 'llli'KS I 'K
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Attnrne) f'.r i:\i- um\
1012 x |ej Rulldlng
.xi..,un. Florida n i -1T-:4 :. i
IN THE COUNTY JUDC-ii S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 764U9 B
In UK Estate ,.f
HARRY I.IEHKRT
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ir..i,i..i- and All Persona
Mini; Claim* "I I .. rn.ni.l-. Xvii-t
Said Retati
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 67.17044
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SA.MI KI.SHKNK.MAN
I".. mtlff,
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ni:i in; SHEXKMAN.
I,. i dan I
TO MRS NETTIE SHE.XK.M '
nou n
Malllna Addn
. .. i iffi. of Probation
111) II I i.x l> I,,11
imiiv SupiMiri I'.'-.ui, h
' ilu ri Klreel
Rrookl) n. N V I I'.'OI
Attention: xx n.l i \.\i wn.i.i: n
r KI.XX A l: I I liYN.N
X',.u. NETTIE KHK.NK1I \ -
ii. i i i urn
ni.in.i for nivnn hat heel hi, ,i
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tvi op) v ..ui x i r I'Ii ilI
inn t.. ti,.- I;.i' of i 'ompln nt i
I'I"' SAIL 'I X i\
7. X VI FT, : '- '..i.i'.il Hal ^ Itldii .
Mi n. .Florid it fill lh-
al \ii-i, .i i'i.-.,.i
th. i 'l, rk "f Ihi
<',,ur' ... .,. i ,| ;
I i n i. IV'.7 If > ,.ii fail to di
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..viin.-i v.u for ih. r. ii. f in th.. Hill ..1 i'. mpli
Tin- notii Khali !' publ kIii .1 onci
.1 for ftiur .ii-. ,'utin ixei'l
in THE JKXx isii ii..ii:i|.i an
I-'NK AN|, i iRDEREH al M
Fltn da Mi ila) ..' N'ox i-mhei x i
Bill EATHER.M XN .
t.'ln un in I,. :. Counlv, Florida
II) K M LYMAN
I', mi' i .
ii 'Ircuil '"iir* Si .
s.x II. T \ i 'N / x MPT
Iil2 i 'apilal Rai It Ids
Miami, Florida
A' i..in. -y f..r Plain) Iff
II I"-I7 i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DIC I A L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No 67.17139
S XXI von El.
Plaintiff
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I : ndant
NOTICE OF SUIT
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i; .i. ....vii,
: X'" ARE ii i: i: I :i t n XOTIFIEU
action for illvi rce I
ii the uIhivi n -
and thai you i < quiri . "I x .f \ .-Ul \'i-u i
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IIYM xn IJAI.HI T i:>','i IRE,
. Fifth S'i, i. Miami H.... i
i.rlninul u uii Ihi i"|-i
il.. hi) I. d I'ouri ."i ..r I., I. .. .
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50th ANNIVERSARY FEATURE
Mendele-Mmter Of 1 iddhli, Hebrew Letter,
By SAMUEL j. GOLDSMITH
LONDON
Mendele Mochcr Sforim. the
grandfather of Jewish Letters,
died in London fifty years ago
His "yahrzeit" is on the 23rd of
Kislev. which falls this year on
December 25. Mis year of birth
is variously given as 1835. 1836
or 1837. but Chaim Nachman Bia-
lik. who was his close friend in
the Odessa period, says in his
famous essay about the master as
an old man that Mendele himself
had told him he was actually sev-
eral years older than was stated
in the reference books. According
to Bialik. Mendele was going 0n
90 when he died, which makes his
year of birth 1828.
Mendele's real name was Sha-
lom Yaakov Abramovich He was
a (real story teller, a satirist in a
world class, i remarkable stylist
both in Yiddish and Hebrew, a
wil a penetrating i ssayist, > dedi-
social reformer, an educa-
! no mean stature and an
important scholar In short, he
giant in bison i ation,
and his lustrt
ed on ti share the iin i
with men i to &
, mi Pereti Bialik, Rat
and Miad Haam.
He started as .. child oi the
Haskalah, the movement for the
men! ol the Jewa, ami
lived to be a modern writer whose
spell still holds ami wh se impact
is felt in the works of our own
contemporaries He is timeless,
'.ike all great writers
Early Years
lo like the likable ones and ti
teal the nastj ones The) an
versal despite then being l<
with vengeance, reprew ntai
of the Tale of Settlement The
world not necessarily the Ji w-
ish world but the world at
is still lull of lied Bastard; ard
Pishkei The Red Bast ant-
be out of work without the Fish
kes. those lame underdogs, tin
downtrodden and exploited
Mendele does not have to t<
to sympathize with Pishke and
abominate the Red Bastard
True Satire
The argument as to w h i h o
llondele's novels is the nv si >
complished one will go on lor-
i \ er li n ally depends on Ihi i >
paeitv ol the reader to I sal n
and his outlook on life Me:
does not laugh ith aba
Sholem Aleichem, he sal
My own favor*)
-in a
, ... one is !'" I
l ei am n th I
ry of a i
in to get "in into the
world, a met husba I I a
ng wiiewhotrk I *J
rrom ber, and then
the way Ben amir -
g iixot.....ome would h

, njamin finds 'he
ordinar) impossible of doing Don
Quixote is h a n d i c a p pe
My forces; 1
dicappcd b) his Jewisl ness nd
his hard luck
Bui it is not only, hi* own curi-
- t) that Benjamin wan)
i- > He is anin
ol Redemption by tin
sh mighl Hi s inn
e River Sa
legendarj
ank
i
. |t .Tikes me that Ben
m > aoM hove settled for the
Hi pens hi- "Travels of Bep
|a ..li-..- the op-ming passage
into '. dd -h and curies on frow
lnr, rhia epitomiaoa Men-lele
1 ,.... | ,,^ I ..inducted argu-
>cn had violent quarrel*
th< < a e importance of
llebn > and Yiddish in Jewish
>l.mte considered them un-
ton and ill mannered and
,at. d them with contempt In
He or a lie drew upon all sources:
B b the Mishnah. the Tal
mud, tin Commeotltoft, the me-
et .....- and forged their
various and differing -t\les into a
precise and
il to behold and
li he told the
'. .! a -
of stvlr to gel
wm a liern
(.
j
for himseli a "i
the folk ven .
bv what th.
Schprachkuli
ear for long
i anted anyl
cleaned Hi.
it. the w.iv rs M
cious an hen
er worth his -a ..-, < _
less with hi- "i u.
dele
Mendele ,- ,,
v. to lose a
turn The\ i it .
language thi
as it were I
laraeh ch
"=ei
children In i >-~|Bg|
ran n ^
ma!- He .1
morl il
been In an) i
bol
which i- to v
No) much is known about Men
dele's eartj yean He was greatly
endowed, boih spiritual.) and
physically. It is known th:it he
joined a wandering adventurer
and confidence tr.iK tei bj nan e
of Avreml the Lame later po.
trayed as Fiahke the Lame
: a spell at a J i lbl\ I But he
never liked to -.
wild period in h life He > ai
ashamed of the fact that he and
his guardian went begging when
all other soui i es ol incomi had
dried up les
w ith other *andi
lapse did not last \m
long AI the age of 18 or 19 I
dele took Up secular Stud I -.
learned Russian and German,
the oai
ural sciences an I pas sed tin sel
xi ho ilma sters
with Hying colors He thus re
. ct, and h -
tali era ted themaeh i -
in 11 re stretch
life ol writing culminatini
grandfather accolate bestowed bj
Sholem Aloicoem and sustained
by the real of the group and
even more i ant by the
reader- I !e dl I teat h.n_ I
ihi- wai iy to wril
Mendele i Oral litei arj effort
Was a Hebrew booklet on the Bat
ural sciences ell followed this up
with a series ol articles on eiiuca-
tion and social problem- and a
play on the meat tax. Like all so
Cial relormers. Mendele was an
angry man. Anger is the life force
of social reiormer> '1 hoe ol them
who are writers, write ten times
better when roused to anger by
social evils. And so it was wiih
Mendele The educational works
were direct preaching: The
Meat Tax" was a ruthless expos-
ure. Mendele himself says ol this
play: "All the chaiacters are liv-
ing people: nothing is invented in
the plot. I am glad the eflort was
not in vain. People in my own
neighborhood, as well as in Ber
dichev. are now up in arms
against the exploiters."
However, the artist soon assert
ed hinisell Mendele s novels are
absorbing in themselves, and their
lesson is not preached directly.
His characters are beautifully
drawn, the creations ol a Ml| I
writer, and it is left to the reader
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Mam outstanding* imeninour
immunity whom talents echo In
chambers beyond oui local boun
ea are lapped freojuentlj for
.Hid national posts Com-
appointmi nts recentlj an-
il 'l bj tin' national Council
,: Jewish Women spotlight ae>
eral ol oui most luminoua z\\ .<
i i hem M i Stanlej
Myers, honorarj vice president
S( JVi Mi s \.n m Fan
Honal \ i < presi lenl nd Mrs
In c Ippenheim. Miami s-
president Others who li
i e and will al
helons
Philip Bloom, Mi In i
Acs M Burton L .-> M i
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Blonde ami attractive Bsthei
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urn-heon la-t year shea bi i
laked to Met r the second to the
tame seeeees Ihia year Never
m lo turn her bark on a de
-.i x ing mum Bather has plunged
ghi m again named Dm 12 as
ihe data and the grand ballroom
if the Deauville as the place for
In affair a- i prelude to the
holida) seaaon, tin- ~ala will tea
tare bubbly champagne decora
its and a showing .>l Florida
lashiona i>> Jordan Marah Mrs
Vrthur Marks is the la !< con
i tables

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ivei the hon/on. the Beth Am
:.il committee is alread) well
nto plans for N<" Year's I
.u.ms will ring out the old
in the new tto coin a phi
.> .Hi all th<- traditional trappings
seven f men! William SaM warns l
i nervations are limited and "'>
alread) goini
Mr- Peggy RoMnberg di
, man of the Cedars il
Lebanon Hospital Annlvenao
at Wi re |
Boral surprlM '
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lor a long, km time!' Po h even!
]s 9 in the Gi
rBroom of the Fontainebti i
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godmother of Ml Sinai Hosp tal
Auxiliary and ol Douglas Gar
dens she ij i( member >i Nationa
ouncil ol Jew ish Women, Sister
hood ol Temple Israel, the Worn
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and Child Si i Im Had
.mil numi rous other <'i\ Ic and cul
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> Mr ami Mrs Sam \ Gold-
Hi n will be the ci nter ol the
(eativitsM Saturday Bight it u
v lev Country Club Ow asion for
Ihe cocktail buffel Is the coup
golden weddwg anniversary.
hosts for Ihe party,will I"' their
rhildren, leealltea Mr and Mrs
i? m Goldstein, Mr and Mrs
CharlM Goldstein, and Mr and
Mr> C M Rom of New ort City.
Also present will !>< their il*
grandchildren. Arthur and Dorian
lids- John and Burton 15 Gold-
iti n It Patrick and Amj Gold
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Active in columnar
Mr Goldstein i> < founder and
trustee oi Ml Sinai Hospital,
peat president of Temple Isi
vice chainiKin of the personnel
hoard ol the City of Miami Beach.
a number ol the Kiwanis Club,
Standard club, and Weatview
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also very much identified with
community organizations, bein*! a
life member of the Women s Com
nnttee of Branded Unlversit] I
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NEWEST, FINEST NAME IN
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Max Krol iff il Wash-naton, D.C
Mrs Meek Rllison of Charleston.
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of Montgomery. Ala brothers
and sisters of Mr and Mrs <; m
stein and Mrs Hyman S Jacobs
of Atlanta. <;.i who is Mrs Cold
stein's .urn*
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who left fur a three week tour ol
Israel Sun lav, wen- the guests of
honor at a gala bon voyage party
boated by Rabbi and Mrs Abra
ham Korf
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were Mr an I Mrs Sam Wald
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Mr and Mrs Hyman Kolko Dr
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Grundwi bbi and Mr- SI
lev w.-i- Rabbi and Mrs Gimple
Orlmland, Mr and Mn Michael
jacoboi ;- Rabbi and Mrs phin
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Mort.m Mayberg, Rabbi and Mrs
Abraham Blesofsk> Mr ai I Mrs
Harr> Rosenberg, Mr and M -
Mr and Mrs Aaron Goldman, Mr
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Friday. November ?A 196?
CITED FOR ISRAEL ROLE
Newman, Gadon Are
Freedom Awardees
Two Miami Tajarhr communal
BdeSS were this week named re
punts ol the Israel Freedom
uard for their outstanding Mn>
irt of Israel
They arc Robert n Newman.
idcly known figure in the civic
id religious life of the community
ho will be presented with the cov
I the oldest lynaflogtff in Miami.
WU the iirst in the city of Miami
0 institute congregational dinners
in behalf of state o( Israel Bonds,
tahbi Landau said. In this crucial
aar in the Ufa of t ael, our Din-
ier oi State on Dec 10 will truly
filed our awareness of Israel 'l
ontinuing need for our unabated
cononuc support '
Louis Gadon. senior memlHT of
the Beth David Congregation fac-
ulty, waa born in Lithuania where
he received his early education un-
der the famous Rabbi Kahneman
Vfter C lining to America in 19-!*.
he continued his studies in the He
brew Theological College of Chi-
0 and the Hebrew Teachers
Seminary ol Yeahiva College at
New York, ol which he is an alum
nus. He began his teaching can er
a Beth David in 1937 and has been
there sin< e v ith only service
1 S armed forces interrupting
his duties from 1943 I i '-"4': hen
1 ne and I .
Award
..
and H
Iheil ser.
S635.000 Bonds Pledged
U Beth Shalom Dinner
ftOBlRT H. NEWMAN
! on Sarurdaj evi
I and Louis Ga Ion, i
- I rel iuj
u bo will In' honored at the I
egal Di l
-' '
will be at the
aj eW< -in Ho
Annoum ement ol the
M r New n an as made by
rbert M. I I, spiritual
Beth Am
Mr. Newman, president for
-nree years of Temple Beth Am,
. od also a past president of the
South Florida Federation of the
Jnion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, has been active on
sehalf of Israel for many years
rnd was the chairman of the first
dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds
-eld under the auspices of Tem-
ple Beth Am several years ago.
\ membei of the national board
n Hebrew
ations, he has achii 11
ni.li r< cognition for I
tit of the Reform mo\<
: is a trustee oi the 11
inty Leuki Sot ietj. past
i >idi I ol Phi Kp-ilon Pi Alumni
isooiation, and is present!} on the
i d ol Trustees ol Temple Beth
Hi is active in B'nai B'rith
is .i Mason
Dinner chairman will be Or
axwell Dauer. first vice president
Temple Beth Am. Serving with
1 r. Dauer arc David .1 Li2ht. hon
ary i hairman, and Herman W
i 'ldman coehairman
Chairmen of the Committee ol
l itron Hosts for the dinner are Mr,
I id Mrs Leonard Lurid, who in
' cu first act as chairmen of the
( immittee, extended invitations to
i embers oi the Committee oi Pa
'ii Host! to a ict option at their
me. 13609 BW 70th Ave.. Satur
y. Mot 29 at eight o'clock
Announcement that Mr Gadon,
I io has been a leather at Col
:ion Beth David for thirt) y<
. II be the recipient of the coveted
vaid. Was made In Rabbi
I nidan spiritual leader oi the con
ogatlon
\ member ol
lew ish War \ i
B'nai B'rith
i ans and the exi
In making the announcement.
Rabbi Landau noted, "In honor-
ng Louis Gadon, we pay tribute
- o man who has devoted his life
o fostering the faith, the culture
and the love of Israel through
two generations of Miamians.
Far 30 years he has kept alive
the spirit of Israel in the hearts
of our young people and through
them the families of our congre-
gation."
Noting that Congregation Beth
id. in keeping with it p!a< i
10UIS GADON
itivc hoard of the Bureau of Jewish
fiducation, he is the president of
be Hebre n i eai hei i \--oi lafion
aiii Miami
Effects Of Bias On
Youth Is On Agenda
Of N.C.CJ. Meet
"The Effect! of Discrimination
Upon Children and Youth' will be
examined at a six-day meeting
sponsored by the National Confer*
t nee of Christians, and Jews, to be
held Sunday through Friday at the
Sea (lull Hotel. Miami Beach.
National representatives from
youth serving agencies throughout
the countn will participate in the
annual conference, it was announc-
ed b) Dr .lames M Eagen, Na-
tional vice president of NCCJ and
ihc cochairmen of the Florida
board of governors oi NCCJ, Fed
era! Judge i Clyde Atkins and
Kichard Wolfson, senior vice pres-
'lent ol Wometco Enterprises
Dr Eagen will be the Institute
Director ol the conclave, held an
nually for the past several years.
Nationally I noun speaken and
panel discussion leader- include
Dr Joseph 11 Douglass, National
Institute ol Mental Health. Bcthcs
da. Md.. Dr Harry Bakwin. past
president. American Academy ol
I Pediatrics and Dr. Ernest o Mel
by, professor of education. Florida
Atlantic University
The Conference will close next
Friday afternoon with a summary
of the six day conclave and recom-
mendation- from the group discus
sions by Dr Fatten.
The women's division of the
Florida Board of Governors of
N( CJ will host the affair and ar
range the opening reception winch
iwill take place Sunday evening,
under the cochairmanship of Mrs
Charles Fdward Fnterlme. \11-
Aaron Fair and Mrs. Stanlcv Mil-
led...
ppeal by Mrs
r continued AmerU
i i ecoi imic aid t" 1st
bj Dr l eon Kronisn
ma r the Greater M
at ion, some 500 men
i Israel
- Israel D i
nil ol Male las) week at the I1
Hot

1967 fall Israel Bond
drive and i- the forerunner 1
series ol ie and or
ganizational events on behall ol
. Bonds
Honored at the occasion were
Mr and Mrs. Max Weitx, re-
cipients of the Israel Freedom
Award, for their lifelong service
to Israel.
At an earlier reception Mi
Meir addressed some mm Greatei
Miami Jewish community leaders
At both occasions she evoked the
luse when she .,-
ed, "No resolution of the United
Nations will make us go back to
when- we were before the Sis Da)
War
Israel's former Foreign M
emphasised, "No intermediarj
force Us to step back to where
Egypt, Jordan and Syria can do tin-
job they set out to (in m Junethe
lestruction of Israel and the anni
hilation of our people
She said, l'eace will not come
from the L.X The United Nations
was not strong enough to prevent
war It will not be strong enough
to make peace, because they will
not do the simplest thing necessary
to lead toward peace- insist that
the Jew! and Arabs must meet face
ton solve their conflict
i eh. r pro. ram pal I i ipai Is in
i liifkm Mrs A C
Fine Jonas Bl it man, James Al
James Knopke, Cantoi D
onv i-er and Rabbi Daniel r*ran
/cl Mr- Men w. I BJ
Sidney D Ansin, honorary
pf Israi
Pai is it the traditional Is
Mel
and Mrs Max Rosci rch-beai
Abram Bakei. holder of the |
,n d as i andle Mr
and Mr- Joseph \-h. Mr an.! Mrs
v Joj4 .-ii Af
km. Mi and Mi- Harry DeJui
Mrs 11 tidy Hami
Mr- Leon Ell Mr an 1 Mrs M
Lipp Mi ii Mrs I lis vmdur,
Mis Carrie Rosen, Mr and Mrs
David Ponve, Mrs SemoeJ Bet
I Mrs Morris ooper
Mr and Mrs Edward Greenfield
Mr and Mrs Bam l i Mi
and Mrs Ben Rimer, Mr and Mrs
Hal; S| N1< >>'! Mrs ls..i
11 men, Dr and Mr- Ralph I
Mrs A I l
World Bank Signs
$15 Million Loan
Pact With Israel
WASHINGTON An agreement
for a loan of $15,000,000 I the
World Bank to the Industrial De
velopment Hank of Israel Bfl
cd here this week b\ repreeen
Mv-s df the two institution-
The funds will be utilized by the
Israel bank to lend money to m
dustrial firms m that countr)
the purchase of goods and
vital to the ile\ eloument of Israel
The loan agreement was signed
on behalf of the World Bank b)
Burke Knapp. its vice president
.md ..n behalf of the Industrial De
\ clopinent Bank of Israel b> S
uel Rothberg and Abraham Dicki
stein, members of its Board \l
Rottlberg M President ot Cs
for Israel. Inc., which handle-
sale nf IDBI -tuck in the I
State- and Mr Dickensteil P
i.lent of Am pal
The loan
Min.ent of brad and the
nitre was signed on Israel (
bj Ambassador Avraham Ham
I Ills s the second loan which '
Industrial Development Bank I
received from the World Bank l
.1, 1905 a as f,.i
CARIB i MIAMI
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2nd WEEK
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TribuU
Is Paid To
Itarrv
ouHignor
William \ Ban*] i
er of Barr) College who died last
I riday at the age of Kl, was eulo
i this week b) Dr Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader ol Temple
Kmanu-FI at a meeting of the con
.iiions Brotherhood
A closr friend of the late M
Barry, Dr Lehman this week de
scribed him as a dynamic indi
vidual" who was "close and friend
ly to the Jewiah community In
Lehrman said that Msgr B
would be remembered for his
warmth and humor that m
many friend-
pauL
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