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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1967

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02026

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

Full Text
T eJevvish Flor kliara
. tU Number 4b
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Minim, Florida Kridcr mber 1967
FOREIGN TIES CITED
South Africans
View Links In
A n ti-Sem it ism
|< >H tNNESBURG i.ITA) The
biennial Congress of the South
i ,111 Jewish Board of Deputies
rd here thi* week with the
^i tion hi a report by Its exe< u
mncil thai stressed the con-
maintenance of intercom
lit) undemanding and food
w.ii Jews and non Jews,
[ii.iiu m Ughl i>i difference*
hive developed recently be
South Africa and Israel
the latter's rapport <>f anti
d policies In the I'mted
ii u ing the events of the
|: e report look note ol anti
ncidents. I I serious
y w.i- I clash last April
Jew ish ) ouths and group
rman immigrants hn ware
birth
.i Johannesburg beer ball.
It also cited a link between
|al anti-Semitic groups and dis-
unators of anti-Semitic prop
irtda in Britain, Sweden. the
|ited States and South America.
the report noted, with raj
Be to the beer hall incident.
Minister B J Vorster
if it clear tiut foreign itleolo-
New UN Envoy Starts
Middle East Peace Try
> re not welcome in the
Republic and anti Semitism would
not be tolerate,! "
The report emphasized the sj m
pathetic attitude ol the South AI
rican government and people to
ward Israel especially during the
S \ Da> War it pointed out, how
evei thai South African Jewry,
deap lent Zionism, is in no
waj table for the ai lions ol
I-: ael hich, as i sot state,
ts i if light ol
t- own pi ir,i iples and Inl
The ssed regret I
"in ri rtairt < ir< Ii n both coun
IS lai ki: .i : oper
hi ihi
problems of the n pectivi -. en
,i'.i nts
1 he stated further "In
the the Je a ish
community is well integrated and
the Jewish citizen enjoys full op
unties in all sphen > How
ever, it added 'views expressed bj
the State oi Israel critical of South
Africa's race policies continue pe-
riodically to call tor adverse reac
lions in the Republic and to con-
front the local Jewish community
with special problems in the public
relations field
UNITED NATIONS NY.Gun-
ner Jarring, the veteran Swedish
diploma! chosen by Secretary
General I Thanl as his special rep
resentative to the Middle Easl
I k up his new duties this week
m an effort to seek to resolve the
Arab-lstael impasse under the
terms of the unanimously adopted
British sponsore I Security Council
Ii solution
Before departing for the Middle
Easl Mr Jarring, who was Swe
iieii~ Ambassador to Moscov ai
rued here for consultations with
Mr Than! and the envoys of the
various Middle Easl nations con
cerned
The British s| onsoi lution
called I r ithdrawal oi Israel
from i cupied Ai ab territories,
tei mination ol all claims of b .
erent) acknowledgemenl by all
i .uties ol respeel for the sovereign
ty. integrity and political depc
dence ol all states in the area It
soldmann: Mideast Peace
Must Have Soviet Assent
a YORK tJTA) -Di Nahum
ann. president of the World
cir. anisation, said this
Israel's leaders
tn.it I -i ai central pro!)
1 i ij stem of co
< with the \i ah stati and
Sot iet Union, i>y virtui
BS principal tourct
the Aral
i "ir influence In settl
[the problems of the Middle
' a in ess
w ithout Sm iet acqu esci
i rd l foresee a i
temporal j settlement
1 do aw.is v ith th< da
itilities He warn
tencc ol .i si"
I could
^k nut
The Zionist leader advised that
Continued on Page 10-A
also proposed acceptance of the
right to live in peace b) all states
within recognized and secure boun-
daries, free from threats or acts of
force
The resolution also called for
guarantees of freedom of naviga-
tion through international water-
ways in the area, for a just settle-
ment cf the refugee problem and
for .guarantees of the territorial
inviolability aiid political inde-
pendence of every state in the
area through measures including
creation of demilitarized tones.
The resolution instructed the
Secretai > I icnei al to designate a
entatis e to proceed to
the Middle Easl "to establish and
' w ith the stati -
i oi i erne I in order to promote
i mi ii and assist efforts to
achieve a peaceful and aci i
ttlement in accordance with the
Continued on Page 8-A
Condemn Bombing
Of Rabbi's Home
D*. NAHUM G01DMANN
.iackson. Miss (JTA)Cover
nor Paul B. Johnson ol Mississippi
and Governor-elect John Bell Wil-
liams denounced the latest homb-
ing which virtually wrecked the
home of Rabbi Perrj E Nussbaum
of Temp!.- Beth Israel lure nearly
costing the rabbi his life Mayor
\ nounced that
the it) had increase,I its i, ward
for the arrest and conviction of
OOP
I i pxplosion, which shattered
Rabbi Sussba i ne, was the
ii violence in recent
months attains) thi rabbi who has
in the ci\ il rights
movement sept. 18, hit and
run bombers blasted Temple Beth
.. I.
Vmi an Je ish oi anil il i
anded Federal protec-
tion foi th r.i in and for otl
w hose lives and property wi re
, ed by racial violence
The i nion of American Hebrew
i ,iiurr_..t.oiis in New York, con
on of Reform
Judaism, sent a m to Fed
eral officials asking them to take
firm action to end the "reign of
violence, tenor and intimidation"
in Mississippi Adolph Held, pi
dent ol the .leu ish Labor Commit-
tee, teli rapl ed I' S Attorney Gen
eral Ramsay Clark expressing
"'shock' thai after the bombin
Rabbi N'ussbaum synag igue "no
a leq late protection" as given to
the "has been made the
targel ol violent I via
lation ol his wi hts Mr
lie, medi iti Fi Ii
ten ent. n and pi i in this
i ase
Ral I
.n- for n hit out
inst the Ku Klux K
-e.;egalii n.' Vme the
Preservation ol the White Raci
ii -a. thai hile he had no p
[ thesi nizations
wt rr implicated in the b
the) had helped i i kind ol
"climate" thai ed "this
lei ror (J
I ,1 all M|s-.s-;;i: ,: I I
cooperate with law enforce i
ilsi in appn bending these de
,,: bombet
DEMANDS FULLBACK
De Gaulle In
Sharp Blast
Over Israel
PARIS I JTAiPresident Charles
de Gaulle this weeii launi he
si bitter attack again I It
which he called a wall
determined to expand on an)
I I leclared that the
ition ol the Middle Easl pr i
lem must be one bas I
' on l I Israel '! r.....
kei b) foi ce" and
to v the i i po" ei's L'nil
Stal Russia France and I
. h Pres'denl spoki
fore more than 1.0D0 new Mile:",
diplomats and member- of his -
ent who packed the Elysee
ice to attend the latest ol
infrequent press conference-
He said that Prance was ready
to play its part, along with the
of-er big powers, in achieving
a Middle East settlement which
in addition to an Israeli with-
drawal, should be based on an
"rd to belligerency an4 the rec-
ognition of each state by all other
states."
Sui h .. settlement, bolstered by
ms ol the I'nited Nations.
the presence and the wan
f thi forces, would make it
i to define the boundaries, the
it ,i s ol ty oi
les. the fati
nd the rales
ill in the G
v; | the Sue.- Cana D
He ad.led that :
ii .i -p i
i m
He stressed that agreement by
the b g powers was necessary. If
this was achieved, the agreement
of the Uni'ed Nitions wculd auto-
matically follcv, he said.
Gci Gaulh ma Ii h
Continued on Page 16-A
robe Urged On Causes Of Anti-Semitism
By Special Report
|W FRANCISCO I he Ann r
h Committee thi:
'! mi social -dentists to ,
Ol in.i -s ps) ch :
is the next froi tier in
I
I
1 new approai h to thi
ol iti Jewish ho l
"i in a report on
>t Ann Sent iti
I -it the organisation an
il execute e board
' Eional conference n
ing here The report also suggests
that the stud) oi anti .semitism.
winch has hei n called the world s
prejudice," can pros ide in
is useful in fightim
I .. -ui h a- \i
o, -
theolo
political and |
i iti Semil ler
exa nlning the behavior ol dema
ues like Hitlei thai i ven these
.hts into the p-.vi I vir
ulent pie, i i i. do m
the answers concerning ihe path-
olog) ol anti-Semitism Nol ever)
anti-Semite is a rabid bigol or a
pracl me are
fellow traveler- Science is
uist beginning to investigate what
, thi bi ol fellow travelei
a- he dl I
The repoi' bed in th
ol ., booklet, was written by I
Feitelsoi I Salomon ol
the AJC'a Publications Service
i he authors note that people in a
ip often have been known to
condone and imn actions that they
\ 11 appi nv e as mdiv iduals
In Na/i i,,1 many, tor example,
"seemingly n sponsible men and
women were transformed into a
frenzied rabbli ready io perpe
tiate. 0 ai 'I i i e III. the nio-t
How was it possible? the autl
thai soi ial -cicn
lists ii" earliei hi I Ini i
the toots ol indh
are iusl beginning to look into the
mots ol irrational mass hostility
Mass injustice ami violence are
Continued on Page 10-A
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K'CKGFF DISNIR
\illtl l School Facultv
Y' To Launch $2,100,000 Campaign
Plans for a S2.100.000 expansion
program of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami will be unveiled
Hed.nexlay ni^ht during a testi-
monial dinner at the Central Y
8500 SW 8th S; honoring pioneer
Florida business and communal
leader Sidru> W Langei
Details of the program to build
new facilities
in North Dade
and in Miami
Beach, and to
complete the
modern plant
a" the Central
V will bo
d out b>
Paul Faak
rtur-
- pro
Aoron Kraviti
e devel
..i bead up
Hebrew Teachers
To Meet Sunday
The :
Great< 5
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each, it was
Shimon tzulaj

Stre.->.n_ the
,, ti or-
. an:73tion.'" Rjb'>; Azulay said
-., -- ek ro find
a>s and means of rail
-ant'...r :-
. I He-
re lei
rd i
nitywide effort to raise WW
luring the hrt pbaac oi the U
pan.sion program.
Working with Mr Perlman in
the initial drive will be cochai:
Aaron Kraxitz. William A Wrin-
trauband Herbert 6. Paige Lionel
Bosem. a vice president of the Y
has accepted the post ol North
Dade chairman with Sanuiel r"\
as co cha.rn-.an for the North Dj>U-
division
w*edi iIm will mark the
Lang< r I
athletic facilities covi
than a dozen acres at the Central
Y' wul I -i" R*h"
M Morris A Ki| p
'
will oft .
Mr. Langei I of S
Y'i' New 1

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i eremonial unmndbr. dktr.j.
Livitios for tm N *
cated on 10 acn r the 1"
Street Cloverleaf, will be hold at
8 30 am Fridaj De< 8 with Mi
chael Salmon. Sort* Dade H pre
ident. participal
Reservations for W
dinner mav be mi
three Y -
Included in U
rilities to be

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Paa<> 3 '
Broad, Russell Named
To CJA Leadership
Shepard liro.nl and Robert Rui
sell have been appointed Asso<
Chairmen of the 1988 Combined
fewish Appeal Israel Emergencs
Fund Campaign, according to an
announcement by Norton S Pallot
campaign chairman
Miami ia certainly fortunate,
and I am personallv pleased, that
two xich outstanding communit)
leaders have agreed to accept these
two most important aasignments,"
Mr I'allot declared when making
the announcement
"Their lonu record <>f achieve
menta, bolh in business and com
munal affairs, certainly indicate
that the leadership of Miami is well
aware of the tremendous needi
confronting Israel in the year
ahead, as well as the continuing
responsibilit) we must meet at
home." Mr Pallot added
Mi Broad and Mr, Russell are
wideli known for their many
accomplishments Mr Broad only
recentlj returned from Israel
where, along with his wife, he
d In the Special t JA Stu ly
Missl n Most recently, h( u
lau man of the I I I
n last June, and has
i'il < .IA in a numbei of |
il associate chair

Hi- made his mark in the busi
- a builder, bank
er and insurance executive, in the
isional communit) as lau
?pnT*m S* *pv *w
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Pk*nc Jf 1-35*5
?45 MICHIGAN AVC, MIAMI SIACh
yer, .hi in political life by has
been the founder and onlj Mayor
Baj Harbor Islands since its
founding in 1947 He is past pres
idem of Temple Beth Sholom
Mr. Broad was also the first
president and one of the found-
ers of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, and is a trustee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Mount Sinai Hospital, and
St Francis Hospital.
Robert Russell served as ( vice
chairman of the Israel Emergency
Fund campaign last June, He also
has had a lonjj record of service
to CJA. and in 1967 served .is eo-
chairman ot the Trades and Pro
fessions Division. Me is president
and chairman of the board of Rus-
sell Aluminum Corp and is .i
trustee of Cedars ol Lebanon Hos
pital and Temple Israel He serves
as a member ol Federation's execu-
tive committee
Both Mr Broad and Mr Russell
have received several awards in
prioi <>> i 'ombined Jew ish
\: i ng camp;
ui ih. Greater M in Jewis Fed
sen

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THE MAGIC NUMBER LAST YEAR WAS
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Trtjf wjt th number of new Pennon tnd Profit Sharing Plan* .ipprc-H by
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SHIPAKD BROAD
Rabbi Will Review
Chaini I'otok Hook
Kadima Chapter Pioneer Wo n<
i i luled a regular meel
Tuesday evening al the 'on. I -
bles Fedei al, 2501 Ponce de
Blvd The program will feature
Rabbi A\ rum I. Drazin ol the l
raelite Center, who will rc\ le i
The Chosen b) Chaim Potok
The chapter's annual nighl club
night is slated fin Saturday, Dec
it the Carillon Hotel starting
' mi p in. Mrs Annette Blai ki
chairman of the affair, is also in
chai ge ui reservations
Mrs l.ilhe Colu-n is chapter pres-
ident and Mrs Fred Sandier is pro
gram chairman
Won't Someone
Trust llle?
I In-M- aie times in life when one seems utterly and lomjdeteh abandoned bs tliO
liinii.iii i a. e ...
\ woman's qii.ivning voice on tlir irleplione staled thai liei husband had passed
awas she had no limils for the ltinri.il and there wete ncithei lainily..... Irienda
lu.issisi. | he iwochanelsshehad ahead) i on la* iecl, relerred liei i".i welfare agem \.
I "he woman was invited to out office and after a while a little elderls, lads ante in,
as 11agile looking as old glass. Site wanted Her husband to have a funeral "jusi like
rseisone else." Sontehoss the bill would l>e paid. Perhaps she lould still work or
iIk re might be some pension inonej though tliis was douliihil, Bui "won't someone
11 list llll
lii the three generations1 of our existence, we have ne\ei turned anxone iway. I lie
smm. i s ui ie ...inIn. led with il.e dignity ti.ulilion.il with our Cham Is. Allct <^
iiiieinieiii. the l.uK was reunited home in .i i Itaolleied limousine.
(..iili.k Parkside in Miami ran make all arrangements' foi service in New \mk.
<.a11i.k Parkside in New Vork tan make all arrangements in Mi.urn. One teh phone
tall in aits (i.n in k ( hapel in either < it) i- .ill that i> needed.
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HESHVAN
Volume 40
'.
U.N. Resolution Was
A Setback For Russia
i..
: :rue-
'
.
Ho one really expectea a
Irom the Se oun-
::. whi r. attei all con-
Ith the vested interests et
jus maior powers with the
:ueeze on Britain .^ i
tne res:.
For weeks Britain haa beer, hard
work to an some settlement
re hi t the use of
the Sue? Con
But the ::. : oet-
the Secu-
rro-
::;. veto by the !
A.:: du ::. plag 16 : W : .-
received unai
the
lines but
oi Pres; I
gram tor a Mi
ter
lei = writ!
:- :er-oq: rights
^eace with secure bcunda-
:cr guarantees ot freedom ot
'.".rough nal waterways in
~rrea presumably the Su<=z Canal and
the Gulf of Akaba, two ct the ma-or sources of
:. uble in the region.
It does net. however spell cut the precise
".ection between Israel's prcected withdraw-
occupied territories i renur
by the Arc:- | -leir belligerent attitude
toward the Jewish Stcte.
lead, it provides :cr the services oi a
representative of Secretary General U
who will hopefully seek to tad agree-
I of the Israel-Arab dispute.
Mr. Thant has a'reaay chosen the man
- s Arr.bassa i : I Moe-
"' Even dearly worded
n tc ba ; hirn
I Mi
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I nave r
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' ipied terril iriee
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been i
the
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th resoii.'
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speed with which Nasser publicly de-
8 resolution
Mri enees of any
torts by the new UN Mic
h will depend on M- .-och
the complex issues. Par- sucess
re-
rr.cve all doubts from the mines ol the A
on Israels det Twer again
lace itself In a pos
Arco aggression.
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who he:
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Rabbi Labovitz Is Honored

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to 1

touted
1st-
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tne port ct a g:
devotion tc a
dur.
to a P* leading Jonsei
-jues In the :
ainmurul m the
evenf to e>
ed by a man who rose to the cccc*
in a time cl crisis.
s_ Hotter of j. .,
JOSEPH llStf
ALS0P
Black Power Movement
WASHINGTON fa yet I
1 nougk 'o
fact
till Im I''' I tl '
'
the Mack
country
I
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l thing I
is of A
IK If this r.i
v affluer- -
id taken practical
-1 p. 10 lal educal
- icial ju*'
itj there u".iiil not n ti 1
black pou.r movement
Ever .' mportanl flementi in
the black power movement becin
begin to

in the K. Kl u Klan. their
admirable The Kluxers, after all.
a.ni to ii".! thi Negro down
which i> an out
for
i .. then ''.-. the
[>o'ait [X'upir primarily
t out ol the
'
t-n.iable
Oar limih
the >^nic. the.r'- arc quite
tl which no society can
it its exO to tran*-
whatever tbeir color and
whether their lirmam-rs are r or fanci.^1 And the troubling is
af the talk of Washington
irtnden is the numrx-r of ind:
catioaa that those limit* are be
ginniag to be irorj i trans
greaaea t>> certain element- m
the black power movement A fi
specimens all genuine. w.;ll con
ral lose
lfm: soon after real di.
began by the presidential
OS to investigate last MtB
rlotl in I>etro;t. \cark and
else where, an urgent m.
froa Iht wwmImIuii -
1} liberal >taif to the atari at the
White House- I nder no circum
stance.-, r.n the aaeasage moat
int be allowed to coin
timaelf to the poaitkm that
>as no conspiracv beeaeaa
'lav have been
The conspiracv. if tny, uould
hava been wh.iliy ineffectual, as
the riot corn;- ;aif mott
c*refulb> 1 I. if the coodi
' n' "' urban ghe-t.is
had :
led out. in effect, that
waa an unpardoaahae accu
the que-
raised of vhether
there had not been organized
?part-scattering among all the
I Tnere is fear that th,
n will be
Support From (uba
Meaas there is a considerable
accumulation of evidence that
> hai bx*n traaaierred from
<"ba. and more recent>> from A|-
a'na. itr poUikaJ ose> 10 this
country In the case of tbe Cuban
money there iri.iications that
found it
\ iduals in the h'-.
mint, eapecia j
Student \
^\i
even be* en j III (4

dence
1
: in th:-
ment. Attv Gen. II
known to have tj
that there 1- no >
under which he
Although the
to find out the h
must at least he doiH
summer Atty Gi
also insisted on
exclusive!)
This is deapiti th<
ton-.ary and useful
ness in gettir..
.
the t'om.nuni-t Part
Statea Yet 1
quite sober.>
power trend, thai
movement 1- the- :
the n
Arms PurrhiM
\
The violence a- '
ov prevailing an
heads of the blai
t have t>-
quite homfv : .
re-cent article
Kvening Pet t*>
Stewart In additioe
violence and LmUonaJ :j
dene*- for arms percbai
individuals and gr
hap ceMenes would b> j be""
wordi is all 100 aaafala
In addit.on. then
liana that mUoi
are beginning to -
tween the local (RM|
of hotheaeis. often Ux
heads In short. :
tiOM that the limits
by orderly society an
to be transgress,
black pocr peopfc
long ag.i trar
the Ku KIlx Kl-n p | '
Some time ago tbe
bor government ; as*
outlawing the pro)
cial hatred b> mj -
aganela or OTfJ
Nan leader haU be-
prosecuted under this
more lesaatl]
black power
alil.k. as he Calll
The tu-
tor such a rtateti
States, and it n,If
baaed ,th aa I 1
d.ng armed po).
tions lor whatever purpo

alLoniyaver^
tolerate anythin*. ttke
armed extieme
ulemen If such
fercd. utmost care m
to cover every knd
both sides of the l*il "
we may he in fof bad trool*
all the rascals have ft**1*
Ca*rrWh< tel iV,"
Tli
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Friday. December 1. 1967
+Jc**isti fhridlicTir
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Calls For All-Out Support Of Israel
EDITOR, Th Jtwith Floridiin:
At a time when all of at are
called upon to extend ourselves in
support of Israel, it is incumbent
mi eaek of us W know why we give
Why buy Israel Bonds' Why give
to the Combined Jewish Appeal, to
the Jewish National Fund, to Hista
drut. Pioneer Women. Hadassah.
the Hebrew University and Tech-
nion?
The answer is quite clear.
Thcs agencies are the bedrock
of Israel's foundationthe medical,
economic, intellectual, humanitar-
ian .strengththe arteries carrying
our Homelands lifeblood to its
lu'jrt
But. more than that, is the chal-
lenge of the Arab butcher Nasser,
who has Dledged to destroy a peace-
ful peopleto kill a nation dedi-
cated to the pursuit of knowledge
and a haven, a refuge to the home-
'ess waiu'erffs. to the disenfran-
chised, to the disinherited of the
world.
The shocking silence of the po
litical leaders, of the church hier-
archy, of the industrial giants, of
(he uninformed public swayed by
the vicious propaganda ladled out
by the high-powered publicists
even infiltrating college campuses
has insidiously distorted the
truth, the facts, the obvious turn of
events, to accuse Israel of instigat-
ing the needless slaughter'
The Jews of Israel and the world
know the truth and were respon-
sive to the attack. The Six-Day War
is testimony to the cohesion, to the
ledication. to the pledge to defend,
even with their lives, our historic
mission: to protect our Homeland
from all its enemies, within and
without!
The Israeli Jew fought for all
lews-no matter what their land of
birth. The fighting spirit of Jews
of all countries gave impetus to
every man and woman that shoul
dered a rille or manned a tank or
pressed a bomb-bay button in a jet
plane! Their goal was peacepeace
to live and raise their children and
share in the establishment of their
nation, a hard fought for goal the
success of which was pre-ordained
The men. women and children of
Israel put their lives on the line to
repel the invading vandals whose
only purpose was to kill and de-
stroy. Jews of America and the
world must be equal to the threat
by sharing our dollars to help ar.n
our coreligionists in this lifeand-
death struggle for existence!
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
Lefcourt Renamed
To CJ.F.W.F. Board
Sidney Lefcourt. of Miami, was
reelected to the Board of the Coun
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds at the Council's Gen
eral Assembly held last week in
Cleveland.
The General Assembly,, a five
day meeting, was attended by more
than 1600 Jewish leaders from
communities throughout the Unit-
ed States and Canada.
Mr. Lefcourt. a past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
'ion. is a member of the Board of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
as well as a member of the board
of several local Federation benefi-
ciary agencies.
Reoresenting Miami at the as-
sembly were: Mesdames Sol Gold-
stein. Sidney Schwartz, and Milton
Green, officers of the Women's Di-
vi-ion. and Messrs. Harry B. Smith
and L. Jules Arkin. Mis Green and
Mr. Arkin are recipients of this
SIDNtt ItFCOUKT
year's Presidents' Leadership
Ward which includes a trip to the
Assembly. In addition. Mrs Samuel
Falick. Federation's Women's Di-
vision Director, and Robert P.
Forman. Federation's Associate
Director, accompanied the Miami
delegation
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Plans Completed For Synagogue Bond Fetes
Mr. md Mrs. Morris Rctbinow:::-
. at their home- this week tor the memfc :. f th
lee of Patron Hosts for the Beth David-Israel Dn
i nV greet Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau. The dinner will
Sunday Dec. !0. at the Fontaine! I I
aid wi I nor Louis Gadon. Mr. and Mrs. Rabinov
mo.i: mitl : rti. lH
Belli David
Fele Dee. 10
M .mil Mrs Morris liahinovvit/
held .1 reception at their home Sun
day evenhig for members ol the
Beth David-Israel Dinner ol State
l committee, as plans wore com-
pleted for the Beth David Israel
Dinner on behalf of Israel Bondi
to held on Sunday evening, Dee
10th .it the Fontainebleau Hotel
.Morns Rabinowitz, in addition to
serving with Mrs. Kabinowitz as
chairmen of the corps of patron
hosts, i- serving as dinner chair-
man Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
lead) r of the congregation. is hon-
orary dinner chairman Also head-
ing the committee are Albert .!
Beer congregation president; Mrs.
Nathan Spicuclman. president of
the Sisterhood, and Stanley Scher.
president ol the Men's Club.
Louis Gadon, veteran aducator
and teacher at Beth David and
long tim* loader on behalf of Is-
rael will be honored at the dinner
at recipient of the Kraal Free-
dom Award.
Members ol the host committee
w io attended the reception were:
Mr and Mrs Sam Badanes. Mr
and Mr.-. A. .1. Beer. Mr. and Mrs.
David Craun, Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Bra\erman, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobo
Caridi, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cher
noff Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davi-
dov, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falk.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feinberg,
Mr ,nd Mrs Seymour Friend, and
Mr. and Mrs. lxwiis Gadon.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Murray Glad-
stoui Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kap-
lan. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau. Mr
and Mrs. Bernard l-effler. Dr and
Mrs Louis I.embcrg, Dr. and Mrs.
Huu.,rd Lessner. Mrs. Gussie Mar-
golii -. Mr. and Mrs. Akiba Plager.
Mr. and Mrs Bernard Keiter and
Mr and Mrs Ed Rosen.
AI>o Mr. and Mrs Charles Ro-
m nberg, Mr and Mrs. Sam Shavin.
Mr uul Mrs Nathan Spiegclman.
Mr and Mrs Stanley Spieler. Mr.
and Mrs Wally Steinberg, Mr. and
l.x R Silver. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Stem, Mr and Mrs Her
ii .ii Tragasfc, Mr and Mrs Kurt
Weliisch, Dr and Mrs Julius Spcr-
ling Mrs Lillian Seres and .Toe
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Beth Am To
Cite INewinan
Plans for the Temple Beth Am
Israel Dinner of State to bo held I
on Saturday, Dec. 9. were finalized
at a reception for members of the
committee ol Patron Hosts tender-
ed at their home last .Saturday-
night by Mr. and Mrs Leonard
Luria. chairmen of the committee
Heading the dinner committee as
chairman is Dr Maxwell Dauer.
Temple Vice President: Herman
W. Feldman. cochairman; Davio
Light, honorary chairman: Alan B
k< ssler, Temple President; Mrs
Alan Kessler. president of the Sis-
terhood and Herbert Dubbin, presi-
dent of the Brotherhood Dr. Her
bert M. Baumgard is spiritual lead
cr of Temple Bth Am
Robert H. Newman. Temple
and community leader who ha*
been at the forefront of tervice
for Israel, will be honored at the
dinner at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel. He will be the recipient of
the Israel Freedom Award.
Members of the committee of
hosts attending the reception at tlip
Luria home included Mr and Mrs
Dory Auerbach. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard. Mr and Mrs. David
Berg. Dr. and Mrs Edward Blum.
Mr and Mrs Byron Cheikas. Col
and Mrs Arthur < onn, I'r and Mrs
Maxwell Dauer. Dr and Mrs Sam
Ditkowakv, Mr. and Mr- Men M
i'redd. Mr and Mis Stanley Gil-
bert, Mrs Roelvii GhikaUd, Mr
and Mrs. Richard Goluh and Mr.
in\(\ Mr> Harry <; GlMther
Also Mr. ami Mrs Irving .lacob-
SOn, Mr and Mrs Alan Kc-
Mr and Mrs. Alfred 1 olhort. Mrs.
Ethel Lev). Judge and Mr- David
I.iehDiaii. Mr and Mi- Leonard
Luna. Mr and Mr- George Malm
Ml and Mrs Robert II Newman
Mr and Mr- Alvm Rose, Ml and
Mi- Bud Bailsman, Mi and Mi -
Gerald Schwartz, Mi and Mi- i,,
seph Solomon. Mr. and Mrs
ford Susman. Mr and Mrs Bart
Udell, and Mr and Mi- Saul Von
Zamft.
Israel Hero To
Address
\er Tamid
Colonel Gideon El Shur, who
played ke) role In the Six Da
War, ill be the guest tpeaki i (
he Temple Ner Tamid-Israel Din
ner of State. Saturdaj night at the
linebleau Hotel The dinner
\ ill be at 7:30 and will he preceded
by a reception at 7 p m The (linnet
chairman is Murray Shan
During ceremonies at the din
ner. Dr Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
leader ol Temple Ner Tamid, will
be the firs! rabbi in the South t>
receive 'he Jerusalem Liberation
Award The occasion also will CO
node with Rabbi Labovitz' tenth
anniversary a- spiritual leader of
Temple Ner Tamid.
'The Ner Tamid event, planned
as a festive evening, "ill also tt'j
tUTB a program ot entertainment
i] Jack Malon, will known humor
.si and star of television.
Heading preparations lor the
.'inner with Murray Shaw an
Charles Goldstein, Temple presi
dent: Mrs CarltOO Blake, president
ol the Sisterhood; and Louis Klein
berg, president ol the Men's Club
Colonel and Mrs William J Harris
are chairmen of the committee ol
hosts.
Colonel Gideon El-Shur w..s In
command of an armored force on
he southern front during the Six-
Day War He was wounded during
an attack on an Egyptian Strong
point, and spent two months in the
hospital
He saw active service during
both the War ol Independence and
the Sinai campaign of 1956 In the
Evron Is
Emanu-EI
Speaker
The Israel Freedom Award will
be conferred upon Mr and Mrs
Milton Sirkin by Kphraim Kvron.
Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary to
the United States, at the Temple
F.manu-KI Israel Dinner of State.
Sunday night at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu-KI. noted
that the Sirkins will be honored for
years of leadership on behalf of
Israel, the congregation and the
community.
The program will also highlight
Miss Rivka Kaz. known as Israels
Mv Fair Lady." 111 a special pro-
gram of songs which grew out of
the Six Day War Miss Ka*. who
starred in the Hebrew version of
My Fair Lady" introduced 'Jeru-
salem the Golden" to Israel's fight-
ing forces during the recent war.
Ambassador Evron. who had
held key posts in the government
of Israel around the world, will
come to Miami direct!) from Wash
ington
The dinner, a black lie event.
will start at 7 o'clock There will
Ik- a reception at p m
BJfXJ
won u-smm
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former, be was at first a member her of the Jewish Brigade dunni
of a frontline brigade, and then World War II. nerving
served m a commando group K_.vp, ^ Kliropc (. ta ra A native ol Palestine, whoeefana ale f the Hebrew Univen ij .;
II) has lived there for levernl gen cialislng in Middle Basterr
erations, c.i El-Shur was a mem and ix>litn-al scienee
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Friday, December 1. 1967
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Mr. Ami Mrs. Mansbadi
To (iel Freedom Award
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Mansbach
have been named recipients of the
Israel Freedom Award, it was an-
nounced this week by Rabbi Ma>t '
Abramowit?. spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah.
Rabbi Abramowltz said that the
award will be conferred upon Mr
and Mrs Manbach at the Temple
Menorahlsrael Dinner of State to
take place at the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday evening. Dec. 16.
Rabbi Abramowitr expressed
pride in the selection of the Mans-
bachs as the recipients of the
award, noting that they have been
dedicated leaders on behalf of
many community endeavors as
well as on behalf of Israel and the
Temple
Mr and Mrs. Mansbach have
been longtime members of Temple
Menorah, <>f which he is honorary
Vice president They moved to
Miami Beach from Ashland. Ky
Mrs Hansbscn is active in man)
organizations, including the Baj
Harbor group ol Hadassah The>
,,ii life members "i the Home For
The Aged Mrs M.m-I>.ich is a
leading member of the Temple Me
norah Blaterhood
In making the announcement ol
the award, Kahhi Abramowiti said
rii' State "i Israel has achieved
miracles m economic upbuilding
.mil human reconstruction since it
became an independent ".ation in
l!Mfl Much of its program > been
due to the support ol the Aerican
Jewish community I' elec-
tion of .loseph and Sylvia Mans
bach for the Israel Freedom \ward.
due recognition is bein^ i.\-n\ to a
couple who have been foremost in
this support, both through their
own generosity and through their
inspiring leadership as an example
for the rest of the community. We.
of Temple Menorah. are deeply
gratified by their selection for the
Israel Freedom Award."
MR. AND MRS. MANSBACH
Mood Bank Drive
Bv Beth Am Club
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Am will hold a blood bank drive
on Sunday from 10 am until noun
All donors w:ii I"- served breakfasl
Blood bank chairmen. Harold
Maim and Michael Clein, announce
that the blood is made availabli
members of the congregation and
immediate famlHi -
Herbert Dubbin is Brotherhood
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Israeli Gen. Amo3 Horev congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Stevan
Simon who were the recipients of the Israel freedom Award
at the Temple Zion-Israel Dinner ot State last weekend,
booking on at leit is Rabbi Aided Waxman, spiritual leader
of the Temple, who was dinner chairman. A total of S81 J[)0
in Israel Bonds were .-=old at the dinni i was under
the chairmanshit of Albert P. Green.
and both thr interest and ttw re
demotion oi matured bond.- arc
Bonds >>ot Affected
NEW YOKK valuation of Israel's currencj will ..
. ,. Joseph .1. Schwartz, vice presMlen
have no effect on the value of
Israel Bonds or on the interest thej !!"' lsrael Bond OrganiiaUon
paj because thej are dollar bonds leclared here this week.
Committee Plans
Dec 7 Luncheon
Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman
ol the Dec 7 Jerusalem the Golden
luncheon of the American Friends
ol the Hebrew University, will host
a committee meeting in her home,
3122 Pine Tree Dr., on Pridaj
Mrs Carne Rosen is president ol
the yroup.
To be held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, highlight ol the Dec. 7 af-
fair will be the sift of a ten day
trip to Israel to a luncheon guest
At the luncheon committee meet-
in.: reports will be given b> the
following coehairmen: MesdameS
Mori is N. I.ipp. I.eon Kronish.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Jack S. Pn-
pick. Oida ('. Rubin. Max Weitz.
Harry I'latoff, Anna C. torrsin.
David Ponve. Irving Seidel Maria
Shabsis. Nathan Spiegelman. Mau-
rice Yorkin. Ida Wessel. Philip
Zwilling, Jacob Davis Rose lloch-
stim. Emma Rattner, U
Press Ernest Ahramson, Ruth
Johnson Berger and Mrs \h,
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Elie Wiesel
Last Sunday morning was
beautiful one. Thousands of Miam
ians golfed, played tennis, swam,
fished, went boating, worked in
the yard in the 80-degrce sun
ihine.
Last Sunday, in the dim, air-
conditioned Sanctuary of Temple
Israel, where the sun was only a
glint off the stained glass win
dows. it was a beautiful morning
for Greater Miami Jews Only 600
came to hear Elie Wiesel. refu-
gee, survivor of the camps, au-
thor and poet of the holocaust. It
was enough: they will not forgot,
nor will they let others forget.
-To be a Jew." said Klie Wic
sel. "is to lake upon oneself the
whole Jewish past What is a Jew"
I don't care A Jew is a Jew is a
Jew; just as important in Kiev as
In Jerusalem."
Even the words of a master of
words are inadequate to describe
an hour with this man of faith
and courage He is the archctvpal
Jew: frail, learned, pious He ll
the doubter If this is the world.
who needs if" If this is your
world, I don't want to see it
But. "The Jew invented hope:
created hope out of nothing. The
Jew is the madman shouting to
the world and if he stops .1
But he cannot; he must go on
telling the tale. Man, do not for-
get' Shout with all your might.
We do it for ourselves, not for
them, to prove we are not in
different."
Wiesel it a story teller He
weaves Midrash. Hassidic lore.
Talmud and modern legends into
a theme of Jewish faith and sur
vival in our times. He pulls no
punches, spares no feelings and
yet there is not even a hint of
polemics for. as he cuts In the
heart, his mission li lo heal H
"The American Jew must be
rentmrivu <.i his taklura \.. ..< i i-
lorr dM hdUHinsl he >a.i-, l.i-
in >>y Roosevell wln -i\i\ have
savrcl h niuu. Jr*> \,< -.y
iire zu'lty and f p) off
^JKi^AXj^zuil
wants to be Jewish hut cannot.
They want other Jews in the
world to speak out for them." for
they are the "Jews of Silence"
whom he has described in his lat
est book. It was here that he ask-
ed. "What is a Jew'" and pleaded
for an end to the indifference to
the fate of the Russian Jew which
he saw as a parallel to the indif
ference of the world to the fate
of the Jews under Hitler.
"At least the Germans knew
who and where they were; the
others did not know they exist
cd." And Christianity" "The holo
caust was a capitulation of the
Church And the 'good Christiana'
were the worst The religious Hun
garians. Poles. Ukrainians and
Lithuanians killed with more fer
vor than the cool, mechanised
Germans "
Yet. he could call Pope John, a
"tsadik." a man with whom he
could and did communicate For
the same reason he could sa> thai
not one Rabbi was a collaborator
because his Judaism was a shield
of morale while the intcllertu.il.
who had nothing to hold on to,
broke down first morally
There were rabbis of varying
shades at Temple Israel Sunday
morning for they were among the
few who. strange to me. had
heard of Klie Wiesel He spoke of
youth and his hope in them, ex
pressed in praise of a Thanks
giving service written by the
youth of the Reform synagogue
in. which he was speaking And
he spoke to the rabbis and the
educators and the parents who
have asked, with great anguish:
"Shall we teach the holocaust
to our children'' Can wa compose
a history which spares them from
this morbid "" said Ella wi<-
M'i who lived the belocauat who
survived ii asking Why did it I
' I ,| In- .1 !.- I- lo l-W.- 11 < <.
one sell the whole Jewish pasl
i mum .. .tii. u .i.....
choose Therefore, every
jW. uuiin himsfll Ui- h
Artorama Shows
Mem hers* Work
"Artorama," an exhibit featuring
the work of YMIIA members, will
be presented at the YM YU'HA ol
Greater Miami on Sunday from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Crafts taught at the "Y" which
will be OB display include de
coupage. under the supervision of
Milton l.eiherman; sewing, taught
b) Mrs. Rita Honor, painting by the
Golden Agers with titles by Max
Drosd, lessons supervised b) Esther
Gordon, and craft materials pre
pared by adult students of May .1"
David.
Chairman for "Artorama" is
Mrs. Ben Stone, assisted by Sue
Schneiderman. Carol Jarett, Nancy
Weinfield and Max Drosd
In addition to the exhibits, the
"Y" Women's Ch.inukah Gilt Shop
will be open, stocked with decora
tions. books cards, records and
gifts Mrs Thelm.i Albert is ch.ni
man of the Gift Shop
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AJCongress Units
Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, national
vice president, and president of
the Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, was to
be guest -peaker at an open meet
Ing ni the North Dade Eleanor
Roosevell < bister, AJC, on Thura
day, at I p.m. in the Curd Room of
the Esquire House
Mr- Kaplan returned recently
from a trip to Israel where she
visited with her daughter and son
inlaw who are now teaching in a
new development there.
Her title was to be "Can a Young
American Woman From Miami
Beach Kind Happiness and Fulfill
men! In the Israel Peace Corps?"
In observance of National Jew
ish Book Month. Mrs. Abraham
Raff man was to review the current
best seller. "The Chosen. by
Chaim Potok, at a meeting of the
I'oiiit Ka-t Chapter. American Jew
is|\ Congress, on Thursday at i p.m
in the Clubhouse Arts and Crafts
Room al Point Baal
Chairman for the meeting was to
be Mrs William Langmeyer, presi-
dent oi the chapter A special re-
Slale Program!
port on (he Middle E lad and Soviet
jiwrj WSJ to be presented hy Mrs
Murray Blutman, chairman, com
mi sion on world affairs
Mrs. Hairy Goldfarb member
-hip \ice president, was to wel-
come new members
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Vr/, tef Mmy mnrt .Inn*-. I'hr
(int. mirarlr happened here in the
United States, not Israel. The re-
sponse to Klal Yisrocl was mag-
Hificent "
But, "We ire guilty when it
\ canaol < dUettenlc mirt
chooec Therefore, ever*
an himsfU >>< h.
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At the end of his talk, many
written questions were xrit up I"
Elie Wiesel. "I have no answers."
he said. "I am only learning how
to ask the questions." We shall
comes to the Russian Jew. who do. and we shall hear.
New UN Envoy Starts
Middle East Peace Try
Continued from Pefe 1-A
provisions and principles of the
resolution.''
The resolution asked the Secre
Ury-General to report to the Secur-
ity Council on the progress of ef-
forts of the special representative
U soon as possible. Mr. Jarring
served as a IN mediator in the
Pakistan India dispute and has
been his country's envoy to the
United States.
Mr. Jarring also organised a
mall staff recruited from United
Nations secretariat personnel to
accompany him. He is expected
to make his headquarters in Gov-
ernment House, Jerusalem, also
headquarters for Lt. Gen. Odd
Boll, chief of rhe cease-fire ob-
server force.
U.N. officials were unable to
state whether Mr. Jarring would
visit Syria on his mission, since
Syria refused to accept the Security
Council resolution authorizing the
dispatch of a special I'.N. reprr
sentative to the Middle Kast. The
resolution was also rejected by the
so-called Palestine Liberation Or-
ganisation headed by Ahmed Shu I
kairy. which warned the Security
Council that no solution of the Pal-
estine question was possible with
out the "official approval" of the
Palestine people
Gen Bull informed Israeli au-
thorities that the Kgyptian authori
ties had agreed to the increase in
the number of United Nations ob-
servers along the Suez Canal. He
told Defense Minister Moshe Day
an that the Egyptians had also
agreed to permit direct wireless
i communication between the UN.
observers on both sides of the ca-
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Goldmann: Mideast Peace
Must Have Soviet Assent
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kollto, guests oi honor at the seventh
annual dinner of the Mesivta High School ot Greater Miami,
iss plans ior the event with Rabbi David Sanders,
principal of the school, which oilers an intensive course ot
Hebrew studies along with a full program ol general sub-
jects.
\l oil ma 11 Is Speaker
At Mesivta Dinner
m*
Rabbi H Louis Rottman of Lons
Beath, N Y will be guesl speaker
seventh annual dinner of the
Mesivta High School oi Greater
v ami to be held Sunday evi i
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To Probe
Causes Of
Mass Hate
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lynch mobs
[hi authors ol rhe Many I
'. mitism" acknow ledge
rt hostilit) against Ji
he U.S. and ius other i
low ebb
todaj .i vieu also expressed in a
preface i>> Nathan Glazer, Profes
tor ol Sociology at the University
i ia al Berkeley
Bven io, Ihej warn, "no one
know- what the future may hold
for the relationship oi Jews and
Christians in America History, as
Jev have had occasion to
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time guarantee to 'golden ages '
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be the guests of honor at the dinner
which is the institution's inaugural
function of the year Some ~>M]
guests are expected to attend the
event which i> under the gem
chairmanship of Hyman Galbut
Rabbi David Sanders i- principal
ie Mesh ta w hich has an en
rollment of sonu 50 students, n a j
of whom reside at the institul
dormitorj fa< il
Established seven years ago, the
Mesivta combines an academic
ir high school with an inten-
sive Hebrew studii am I i
only school of it~ kind in this part
of the country, the Mi '< has
many students from various Latin
American communities among its
student l><"!>
Continued frum Page 1-A
peace tenement could not be
expected in the very near future
because of "the complexity of
the situation and multitude of in-
terests by so many powers, re-
IVlfem and other groups" in that
sensitive area.
Dr Goldmann expressed the be-
lief that as lone as the Middle East
crisis continued and the fommtuu-t
countries maintained their anti-
Israel position, no chance could he
expected in the situation of the
Jews in the Soviet Union. He said
that .lews there were denied many
of the facilities enjoyed by other
national and religious minorities in
the USSR and were virtually pre
vented from developing their Jew-
ish life and strengthening their
Jewish identity
World Jewry, he said, must con
tinue to draw attention to the dis-
al ons against the Jews in
Ihi S vict Union but then- can l>o
no hope for any change for the
h.tter before the solution of the
Israel \ md the resump-
tion ol relations between Ihe <
munisl -'. li and Israel
\ who i-
; es lenl >l the World '( wish Con
lit-- dis< losed that there was ri a
son ;> hope thai mosl ol the ;
tian Jews imprisoned durii
June war would be released and
permitted to emigrate before the
end of the year He reported im
movement in the situation of tin-
Jews in Morocco and Tunisia but
said the position of the Jewish mi-
norities in Iraq and Syria remained
difficult
Discussing the forthcoming 27th
World Zionist Congrese to be held
in Jerusalem early n*t year.
Dr. Goldmann said the Zionist
movement would have h concen-
trate more and more on increas-
ing immigration into Israel from
the western world. To a Urge de-
gree, he *id, Israel's future de-
pended on this immigration
Dr Goldmann said the purpov
of his present visit to the t'nited
States was to consult with Ann ri
can Jewish leaders on the creation
, deliberative, overall Jewish
once or twice a year
insider major issui i and ai
ndehnes He pointed out that
while there were many world Jew
i-h organizations ea< h nci upied a
limited -phere and 1) I 'I!'"'1
for was i body l
w ith the totality "i "'
led that l
whole Jewish establisl
m th. neighborho
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Tito-Goldmann Meeting
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president of Yugoslavia, on
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MQBdc dis( los.-d this week
The newspaper said that
the COnveriaUon ranged over
a niimbvr of problems in-
eluding the Tito plan for a
Middle Kast solution, the
1 ,.st European Jewish com
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the Jews in the Moslem coun
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REVIEWS
KIIK.IO.N F0I{ SKEPTICS
By WILLIAM B. SILVERMAN
THK TALMUD
By ISAAC UNTERMAN
Vcacl
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K.-.bbi William It Silvermai
wn U RELIGION FOR SKEPTICS
than David, paperback,
$195i several years ago and the
has now been reprinted
ix>k i- divided into three
part* entitled "Kindergarten
K' -ion." "Toward A Redical
Faith" and "The World To Come
Thi book is not intended lor the
Jewish lait) exclusively In (act,
its appeal would In- more foi
ii -. who know little >'f Judaism
Mi ( hristiaoity, who sock to avoid
all ritual and who seek a short
cul to a rational faith in a deitj
However even for thes. people.
;hi author beseeches them to
mak< the leap over the bridge ol
which baa been more elo
qui tly and abl> described b)
\\ ..ham Heachel ill MAN Is
NOT ALONE
': *>bi Silverman writes that "in
order to achieve maturity, re
n must be radical rational,
th.-wordly and prophetic." He
definea "radical" as "means to
Bet Ut the POOl 01
Tne book contains innumerable
qu ations from myriad sources
when nin the camut of all re
boons and philosophers State-
ments from the Talmud arc in
torspcrsed with those from John
Milton, Han > Overstreet, Gabril
Kl al and others which display
th authoi's excellent collection
o( appropriate adages He ad
voci tea ethical cultunsm with
dcistic overtones The chapter
"What Not To believe About
Prayer" is recommended reading
lor 'hose who regard DMyer as a
means of changing or influenc
the desires of man Whether the
rx>< k will dispel skepticism must
ix answered by a skeptic who may
be is>nvineed to read it
Isaac I nterman.s THE
TALMUD (Blcch i uMlshing Coin
pa: y, $4. Dot is not of recent wn
UUJC It will continue to bo read
because it is for all men regard
leas of their beliefs since the
Talmud is at the base of Jewish
lil' No Jew can be unaware of
it nd to Ignore it is to bo
ignorant of why it holds a prime
BhiCe as the source of Jewish
sur leal
r alienated youth would not
he grasping al psychdelic drugs
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if ihej had been properlj expos
e l in it as a part of their learn
ing since it is bea of philosophy,
dietetic*, science and homilies,
Dr Unterman has not written
s translatiuii or compendium >>i
the Gemora, Mishna, Midrash,
etc which comprise the profound
work He amis to brin^ to the
uninitiated the significance ol
Ihc Talmud, its fecundity and
development and the methods,
systems, causes ani results which
ai c i be found bj those bo
seek the truth
The work i a valuable con
11 ibution for Ih we w ho would
offei in our assimilated youth,
fhe treasures "i Jewish though!
and emotion s,, that they might
find a bond to Ihe faith of their
Ifathei s
Dinner Plans
The 20th anniversary dinner of
the Hebrew Academj ol Great) r
Miami will be held Sunday eve-
ning, Jan 14. at the Dcauvillc
Hotel H was announced this wick
b) Rabbi Alexander S Gross prin-
cipal of the Academy and member
>i its presidium,
Named as chairman ol the gala
evenl arai Louis Toiler, an associ
ate chairman of this year's Israel
Emergency Fund and active in a
variety ol Israel causes and Miami
Jewish communal affairs
other members of the Hebrew
Academy dinner committee in-
clude Jacob Kitkin. chairman ol
the Academj presidium. Harry
Genet, pas! president ol the
Academj Mortimer May. a former
national president of the Zionist
Organization Ol America: and B I
Hinder, also a past president ol the
Academj
Mr Puller, who is a former pres-
ident ol the Miami National Bank,
said. "As I hanker. I have always
believed that one of our .soundest
investments was m well-educated
young people. I have soon many of
the fine students produced by the
Hebrew Academy and I know that
these are dividends we can all he
proud ol
Members of the con
| y plan delo be held
lotel. from [ell
hairm ti 1 the Acadei
fenet; Mortimer Ma} indE I
*Y* Social Singles Plan 2 Functions
Two upcoming events are on the
calendar for the "Y" Social Singles
Club, which is made up of single
adults in the 28 to 55-year-old age
bracket
Both functions will bo held at the
YMHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
8th St
On Saturday. Doc 9. starting at
8:30 p.m., a dance sponsored by
the group will feature a live orches-
tra and tamos
On Monday. Doc 11. also at 8:30
p.m the club will hoar a talk on
The Problems of the Unmarried"
by Mrs Laura Ross, psychiatrist
and social worker. A question and
answer period will follow the pros
entation. and the evening will con-
clude with dancing and refresh-
ments.
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Wants babysitting. Experienced
with children and elderly per-
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Friday. December 1
r^clictious *a25
'9
cry ices
,(WPLE ZiON 8000 M. tr Rd Con
servative Rabbi Alfred WaimM
/Ol'NG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI 90 NE 171t St. Orthodos
Rabbi Na'tali Porush
i". S iturtlaj "' >- '
.. ..i. .. .1 Emu N >'
, ,;,. Ml- '
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
h.i
P m
Appeal To Reason
AOuDATH ISRAEL. TSOI Cariyle At
Orthodos.. Rabbi IsaVM Ever
B SW 67tfT Ave. Ortho-fes
TION 9*5
Cantor Moma Barr.
ANSME EMEt 2533 SW 1h As*.
CooMrvilix Cantor Sol PkonU.

BETH DAVID. 2*?* SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Friday and I IS p.an Barenon in
honr of Jewish Hin.k Month: "Jew-
mh Values in Contemporary Jewish
Kii'tmn Has Mltcvah: Marcla.
rinug-hter of Mr. and Mrs Leslie Hlum-
li.-rn Marabera having anniversaries
in Dacesnbar "ill be honored. Mrs
Themliire Qarflnkle. Bllvei Springs,
Mil., nationalpraatdaat, Ladies \umIi-
ary Jewish War Vetera i>. "ill be
i-uip i gut-si Batardaj :> "> Bermon:
The Torsh Leaaon Bar Mltsvah:
Carl, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard
Amsterdam Mlncha r. p.m
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Srhitf
Friday I it. p n\ Batnrda; i m Ber-
mon "The Challenge of Jacob." Mln-
I. T. p.m
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St.. MB
Orthodox. Rabbi Basal Wem.
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
M.B. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickeon.
Friday 8:IS p.m, Quest speaker It
Aaron Knhn. .-x.-.-utiv director, !' da
-for Israel, Topic "Israel The Neav
Mr. and Mrs S.ini Portin ill host Ihe
Onep Bbabba! In honor of Mr
Mrs Nathan K. Bpector Saturday S IS
m Sermon- "Theae Art the n
rations." 4:4.'. p.m. "Where Are Our
Children?"
ajETH TORAH. 14th St and NE nth
Ava. Conservative, siabbi Max Lip
chit*. Cantor Jacok tenser
t*Hday S anil 1:15 pm Serni.-i:
Draws. Hippo- In a Run- -w u
World" Itas Mltsvah: lands dauerl
.r of Mr. ami Mrs l^eonard Bnyder-
man: Shelley, daughter !" Mr and
..ir-. Jonsph Bcopp Saturda; >''" a.in
ltnr Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr and
Mr.- Stanley OoWblatl Slsctlej son
.f Mr and Mrs Nathan W'lBST.
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51St "M.
Conservative.
BETH TFILAH 035 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rsbbi Joseph E RacKovsky.

BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenleld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaum.
Friday I'M pm Bermnn 'Welcome
\\ Members S u ill
1 oat the Ones- Bhal
:45 a m Blllllcni r the
n eek "
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SI'NAI RAPHAEL 'am -s w itr*a si
Conservative. Rahbi Cnarlei M Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OP MIAMI. 124? Warono-e V4
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Roi-r.wi j
a
FT. LAUOEKDAI e EMANU-EI.. 'ST.1
%. Andrews Ave. Reform ftabtj
Richard M. Lev,iton tai.tcr Jeromr
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE TEVPLc BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E Oakland Puk Blvd
Rahbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dcre Mindich.
HAI LANDALE JFWISH CFNTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HEBREW ACADEMV P4T0 P.netr.-
Di Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oroas.
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StOLLYWOOO TFMPIE VNAI 170
Johnson St. Conservative R.ibh-
David Shapi-o Caotor Vehudah
Heilbraon
ISRAELITE CENTER 3"*5 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rarih- Avrom L
Deaths. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa
Frlil I im! 1.". p m Sen
1
rlatunt 1 v -I a 111 Bern 1
f thi Week
JACOB C. COHrN COMVUN'Tv
SVNAGOGLiF H3B Washinoton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi T.hor H. Stere
Cantor Meyer Fngel
Friday !i 15 p.m Baturdaj
Sorrnon lacol nd i:-iu
-4i
KNESETH ISRAEL MIS tuelld Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Dav.d Lehrf.cld
Cantor Abraham Sei
IKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
isth Ave Orihoaox. naDDi Jonah
Caplan.
i- idaj :. a-..! 8:is p m Saranroi
Whither -ii. World' Batdrdbj
a m Bermon l.'i- and Marriage"
Mini hi 5 p m
rEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN Con
servativr 102* NE 1S3rd St.. Miam.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton SchlinsKy
Cantor Harry Sterlino-
Frlitas si:, pm Bermnn: K\er>-
thlng Happens f..r the Beat Batur-
l.v s 4;. ., m
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TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall
Dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard Canor Mirhael Kvri
Frtdaj ''' p.m Famllj services Ber
ii. Chanukah Theme." Child-
ren observing Iv-.-enmer birthdays
u ,:i be bled Baturdaj 11:1 ni
liar Mltival Wayne, son ol Mr ai 1
Mrs. Hani Bnerman; Kenneth, .-on
and Mr- [lertrum Schild
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
AOOD. 1301 S 14th Ave Reform
"iBbi Samuel Jae
\ Frni.o |:1g pm Sermon "Reopi
Old Wells." Saturdaj 11 am Bar
m ivah uiii..,m. -.ii ol Mr
I Mrs Arnold I' l-n iru-
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Canto' Saul H Breeh.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly,
wood 172s Monroe v Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ph-lip Lutman.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaar
Ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kronur
Cantor David Cor-viser
Fridas 1:13 p m Be rr.
1 Mil 11 le- Satu-.t .V 1 1
H Mo I Ml 1 I
I Mrs Stuart I
TEMPLt BfcTH TOV Ml* SW tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aeril

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. T75 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel
TEMPLE NER TAMID dOth St ano
Tjtum Waterway Modern Trad-
tlenal Rabbi Eugene Labovitt Can
Edward Klein
Frlda : p m s iiu"i > 1 a
I Bai Mltat M -!
Mrs I u
TEMPLE OR OLOM Conservative
*T SW St M. r- 3,e-
Ralph 2 Glixman Cantor Bm.imt
oen An
Fndn} p in Saturd 1 1 .. m Ra
Mii"ha 1 Mi 1
Mrs Oharli K p.m
TIFERETh iSRAri aann n v .-
Av? Cjnservative Rabbi Ralph
Cl'mi Cantor Albert Glan*i
p in Bern
St I
n a 1 Iroup ill hosl
the Satunl n,
Porl
fOONO iSRAi_L .* ""**'-, ***C.
1542.44 Washington Ave. Raobi A
Ben-Hillel
TEMP%HOLOM IS.' SW 19*i Ave
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rao
p. Morris A Skop Cantvr Leos
Segal.
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rEMPLE cMANU EL 1701 Washing
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman Cantor Fvl 4-'
(rid ) 5 and S M p m Sermon ".lew
sh BiH'k Month and thejewtal ft-nik
Satunia i i.n Bermoi B'eeklj
p .. ... ,.i the It ble First grade
students of <' nlrr
ii,t ,n.i VVeekl) Religious Si-nods
vi. i 11 1.........i-raled Junior congTafa.
sert 1 In
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rEMPLE ISRAEL OF GRFATER Ml
AMI 137 NE 19th St Refo-m Ral*
1^ -ph St Nl'it
Frlda; 1:13 o vn Rah Btet er It
1 ...... will deliver a sen v-
r,M-k< v saer""
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of MtRAMAR
3500 SW *.oth Way Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler
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TEMPLE JUDEA 55O0 Granada Blvd
PefO'm RiPhi M~rri Kin'
!. ,1 .1 ... p, s.i \ ducti 1 bj
>i ,. Jnffei 1 lemple trustee as-
sisted b> Tempi* Judea Touth :r.up
TEMPLE MFNOR'i 20 rsth St
C"nse-vatcv Pjohi Mayer Abram
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman
- ----
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
Tempora-y tff'i-e. 1*811 NF 2*id
Ave Reform Raobi Ralph Kinoalev
Frldni :I3 p m ai \\ hli
--. .1, i| : I NB 1**1
,.r Miss him. Isr lelU lee -
! I ProgT ni
bl 1 V 0 Hi
~ lunla) 11
y .. -,. .... ..!
,.).... 1 ,v ill be
----- -----
rEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave Hls'eah Cnnrvatve
Oap.h> Mni.eire Kl-
. 1
S
rEMPLE ZAMORA 44 2amora Ave
r.nnir-v(|.v> S|hhi Mvwell see
ger. Cantor Seymour Hinkes
y- r-i Ploneei v\ nnsei s il
bain OBesI Sfssaker. Mr.- v
Ureei N' laml 1" -u-
a'fsnr'i Satardai} M
. ,.. >. scrlptura
Thii page il ferpjifJ tn ca-
op'Tafton uat>i enr Oratcr Mi
ami RabBinical .*ulocution.
CoerdmjtOT of ffjt'.-n p-
(sMnnf here it
PR MAX UPSCHITZ
Irjdrr of Brtn Torah
C r-.grrgartO-l of \o'th Mumi
Beic f) Sfcopirs
a peaceful and
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Bath Kodash Cortgrsraalion
No other people in the world can
trace their history to its \er> on
Bin Most ancient families in the
world can point
to but a few
centuries of ex-
istence. The
portion of la
speaks of
"These are the
-unerations of
I-a.ic the son
of Abraham "
Isaac's life dol
not tell us of
a n > stirring
events Hi- was
titled life. The
.jreatness of the second patriarch
lies in the fact that he was a true
representative of his father He
tiuanled and preserved the treat
urv which his father had entrusted
to his care ami handed it down
safely to his de-cendant>
We cannot a>p:re to be like Abra-
ham. This patriarch radiated a
light too powerful We can. how
ever, be like bu son We must
strive to preserve and guard The
inheritance which baa been handed
down to us by our lather
We want to lead lives that are
free from tensions and hatreds,
free fiom delinquencv both Juve-
nile and adult. The only way e
can achieve it is by beinu w i (>
enough to reconstitute ourwlvej in
11 lance w.th Kabbimc teach
inns
We must become a "Ha-Kohen
Ha Gadol Me-Fcho\ the priest
who was greater than his brethren "
We must become greater than m
were in the past VMIB. We must
pos-css the gifts that the Talmud
tells us the "Kehen (iatiol must
possess if we are to improve our
world M individuals and as group-.
We must become superior "B'Noi.'
in handsomeness: "BThochnuh
,n wisdom. '"B'Koach.'" in strength
-B'Osher." in wealth
Of course it does not refer t
physical handsomeness The Ral
bis thought of spiritual luadsomc
neta, of the beauty of moral cor
duct, of ethical thinking and Living
We must become superior in
v'hochmah.'* in wisdom We must
possess not only the wisdom tha1
come- (ruin books, but the natural
t'hochmah" that comes from j
: u e o> in livingto lean
from the past.
ne musi become superior i-
"Koach." in strength Here j i
the Rabbis did not have in mi- 1
physical strength but m o r a
Koach." spiritual strength, th
strength to fight for those tn:th-
and for those ideas that we hoi 1
sacred Not to be turned aside
from what we regard as the path ol
truth, of honor, of godlines-
We must be superior "B'OrisrT
greater in wealth Here again, the
Habbis did not think of materia
wealth, but rather the irealU
talents, and gifts that come :
liml alone
When we attain these qualities
then we shall lead lite- free I
tensions and hatreds, free from I
hnquency both juvenile and idul.
Then we shall pursue the pa"'
Abraham and Isa^c
LIVING HEBREW
Kasy conversations taken from everyday lite in Israel- with t> ;>
colloquialisms and uroverbs'
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tol'dot
IINVONAIRES SVNAr.OOUE "1"
Bird Rd Madern Traditional Cantor
Lewis Cobara.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bomta Or MB
Orthidon Rabbi Phineas Wetie.
man
-i.lt uri|:iy S .1" :i 111 inaUO Jacob
Ksau A 1*1.1 sen Broth-
ri Mim-lia :. II l> m
--------
EPHAROIC JEs/'lH CENTER "
Collins Avs. Ralsbi Sadi Nahmias.
Isaac blesses Jacob, whose arms are wrapped in the skins
1 young goats.
"And his fa'her Isaac -aid unto !; n now and
k -- me. my \i-r| he smelled th of his rail
I him tii n 2" 26 2*J
TOL'DOT Like Saral Rebecca il rsl was barren AJtei
Isaac prayed to God on her behalf -h bore twin boys Eaao
nd Esau grew uu .1 hunter, Jacob tn upright dwellei in
tents
. > hungry and
I his "1 birthi t to J icob foi
ntil so
ind likelj to lie ion He called
I rite dish that
leath However, R be 1 who
1 10
d blessii t< I 01 his 1 .th
I Jacob marry a
1 hi : brothei Lai
wh 1 lived in r ram
"" 't'a\ 1 eceived Isaac Me ill the eon
'" '" ,"'1 to Abraham thai he
,u- the lard of ( .,:,,,; 10ob
marry one 01 fit- unek Laban's daughters
rCaboinicat JeUvision /-j
'FLYING s\l CEsT
A. \Mu does this fellow turn hi
nose upward lo heaven' Wl
does he liHik. at ihe sk^ "
B. ReaH) vvh.it is ho looking v'
Vv ii does he see in the ik)
\. \-i, inn Burel) lotncthiiuj
inlercslini;
B. 11 (. 1 Spcil. up. sir, whj:
Is l'
A. He is ijleni Thi* makes me
curious Apparenily. he hj>
discovered someihini special
tip there.
B. Perhaps he discovered a
i sj, cei '
Nonsense! Ihe Israeli Army
h;i> no I1. is.

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11
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
'Z HESHVAN b:U9
*
roarams
DEC. Ch. 7, 10 am. The Sfill Small Voiea
Rabbi Max A lapschitz. Beth Torah Con-
greKation. North Miami Beach
aV. 10. il a.m. Tha Jewish Worship How.
Rabbi Milton SchJinsky. Temple Adath Ye-
shurun.
OtC. S-th. 9:30-10.30 p.m. Man to Man.
Taajlc: Rights vs Responsibilities.
Madaratar: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Partkipantv Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-
El. Miami Beach; Rev. Robert W. Shaw Firat
Christian Church of Miami; Ft. David Rus-
sell. "The Voice." Catholic Diocesan newspaper .
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V.
11.
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B.
V.
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B.
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10
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V :-s
H" ,*a*a^ T a\Vr 'Bsra h
X ssTtasT r"r*T VJ?ll !'.***'"
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\'. ?\-k a.--r;r "-
irr.rs .''"
rrrtmri rirg l*t* >'' -:<
rnraw =:=f= r'' =
? "/1BP73
No. hut I did diacovar here or TI*B ~"eta '"'"i "5? '**" -1
'35 n?s "*x? I
inp non ru efVa?! W
j"a'r aip rpwg; nwr;
P ps. heaven 1 I, it it
the enc ny's lrj mg iaucar.
In ihe vi.li> of h-: isalem? My
Riei .1 k thei saucer
or nothing .
Whal did yo ., m* I was
bt:s> Pardon me'
1 Where is the fling
lauca.'
icer?
Dsdnl you discover a fl>ing
aucci ni ihe sk> I
eanh a diop of hlixxl in my
So, I taivcd my head
high lo slop ihe blood.
You should be ashamed of
yourself t)n account of a drop
of blood you stand inete and
confuse a group of bujy
Jews on ihe eve of the Sabbath.
slop
KHhar
- YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
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1967
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With ISABEL GROVE
City News Editor


It halt to happen here It'a <
r lower In'" for the Cedars of
I-ebanon Anniversary Ball Dec. 9
at the Kontainebleau. Main nir
prnos promised for the black tie
cala. and if Penny (Mrs, Julius)
Rosenberg, dynamic chairman of
decorations, has her way. there
won't be a posj left in the ana
ho: houses. Chairman Saul Silbcr
n, and hospital president
Harry L. Lewis an looking mi|
i over one b:t o! news that
.- no leCSjet uibane anil witt)
Alan Kini: ;.- busy somewfe
sbarpenjaw In<' Iqi'>s he will '<
. \er a- "entertainment" at the
r.i'i danod Starting with a > 30
p m reception, guests will be
greeted by the following hostesi
t> Mesdjim's HaiT) L Lewi-.
ll..r>ld A. Landf-eld. Sam Luby,
Ben Movack, EL Albert Pallot,
.David Stu/in. Morns Lomaskin.
Robert Ru*scll. Sidney Lefcourt.
S K. Kronstein. Irving Cypen,
Loin- E Goldman. Robert 1
Grocne, Col Nathan B Rood. Saul
S.lberman. Sol C Shave. Julius II.
Rosenberg. Stanley H. Wolff. Tel
Lotterman. Morris Blau. Byron
Sparber. Laurence Adler. Ben
Ores, and Doran Zinner.
m
still time to make reservationi
for the second United Cerebral
Pa4m luncheon to he held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Dec \2
Chairman of the first CP affair
last year, charming Bather l.<
'/ has been drafted for a repeal
and is offering many delightful
touches to the function, making it
a fitting prelude to the holid v
season. So if you wjnt to glimpse
the new Florida fashions from
i trdan Marsh, and perhaps copy
the champagne decorations for
one of your own socials. Mrs Ar-
thur Marks will.be happy to take
>our reservations
Worried about all the Chanukah
gifts you want to have on hand
for the traditional holiday coming
along"* Beth David Sisterhood i^
nxious to lighten your carts so
has planned an auction sale of in-
numerable gift items. To be held
in the congregation's Speetor Hall
on Sunday, starting at 7 p.m..
Mrs Harold Remhard and Mrs.
Murray Dacks. chairmen, are
inn providing refreshments to
sustain guests through the eve
ning.
*
Those nice ladies in the Miami
United Order of True Sisters are
giving us two chances to help
them in their work at the Variety
Children's Hospital Tumor Clinic.
Moneys realized on Tuesday,
when the group is sponsoring a
at the races, and funds raised
flaring the Dee. 15 and 16 tag
in North Miami Beach will
he channeled towards main-
taining the hospital clime

Among residents with dual loy
altiei to their home towns and
to their adopted community
( a group handed together
the Albany Area Club which
aintainj ties through meet.
socials Next gathering
for Wednesday at 7 30 p.m., and
[a Chanukah party schedul) I '
I)--: 27. h ith at the Daauville
And the Hudson County Club of
former New Jerscyites is almost
500 strong. At a recent meeting
they redacted i idse Morns F
Ran on as presili nt, and heard a
talk by James Rogers, a hanker
in New Jersey, now ditto in Mi
ami Beach.
Isabel Grove
WORLD OF ART AND MUSIC
Talented Kstelle Hobcrman is
having an exhibit of her oil paint
ingl at Saks Fifth Avenue in Surf-
side for the next month. The one
woman show includes portraits,
H apt I and still lifes not pre-
i usl) shown by Mrs Hober nan
Tne wife of Surfside Vice Mayor
Louis Hoberm.in Estelle ha- ex
hibited in gro.ip shows at the
M:ami Beach Art Center. Barce-
lona and Honey Plata Hotels and
Washington Art Gallery
*
A model to be held up as a
shining example wh< n Junior just
won't practice is F'aul Sehoen-
tleld, 20-year-old concert pianist
who will be presented in recital
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
on the evening of Dec 28 by the
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League Son of Dr and Mrs <;il
berl Schoenfeild of Bay Harbour
Islands, the accomplished young
man started to study music at the
tinder age of six. He graduated
last June, cum laude. from Con-
verse College in South Carolina,
and is now working towards a
masters degree in composition
under a Heinz Scholarship to Car-
negie Institute of Technology
Young Sehoenfield has appear-
ed in recital twice at Town Hall
in New 'fork to critical acclaim,
and performed in the Youth Con-
cert with l.eonard Bernstein over
the NBC network. Among h:s nu-
merous awards, the prodigy lists
the Hutcheson Memorial Prise, a
first in thee 1967 National Young
Artists Award Competition of the
Oakland, California. Symphony.
and another first in the Chautau-
qua. NY. Symphony Competi
t on. Tin gifted young man has
had a number "'. bii compositions
performed by professional I
t received -. veral com mis
lions to w rite i tui gical music
ON THE SORORITY FRONT
\i amiana Gail Gold and Bonnie
Somberg, who are attending the
L'niversit) <>i Georgia, have been
pledged lo Psi Chapter ol Delta
Phi Epsilon.
CANTOR SAUL H. BKllH
I5 tli Raphael To
Honor Its Cantor
At Dinner Event
Cantor Saul li Breeh will he
honored at the annual installation
dinner of Temple Beth Raphael.
Miami Beach, to be held at the
Deauville Hotel Sunday evening.
Dec 10, it was anounced this week
by Harry Rosenthal. chairman of
the event.
Mr. Rosenthal said that Cantor
Breeh will be cited for his "dedica-
tion and devotion to our Temple
for the past two years."
Rabbi David Raab. the new spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
and the newly elected officers, will
be foimally installed at the dinner.
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Hosts 2-Day Meet
The recentl; organized South
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all ; ts in the JWV Department of
Florida convening here this week-
end.
The 2 day gathering calls for a
banquet on Saturday night at the
Sweden House at which the South
Dads Lost will receive its charter
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of the new group's leaders in a
ceremony to be conducted by
James Stem. Department of Flor-
ida commander.
On Sunday at 9:30 a.m.. in the
Dade Federal. 103rd St. and S.
Dixie Hwy., a business meeting will
be held Further information can
be obtained from Col. Arthur Conn.
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEl SILVER
A Bit Of Humor Can Do Much To Lift The Gloom
THERE'S an awful lot of wit around
i don't know about you, ben" '
relish humor
That's why I'm rushing into print to
share 'hat nil) l heard recently b) some
in who said that if Nelson Rocker-
is serious about not wanting to be
president, let him prove il by hiring
Romney's speechwriter.
An I I remember whet Nelson Rocke
feller himself said over i year ago at a
reception for President Zalman Shazar: "You and l have
something in common: each of us must please two and a
half million Jewish voters
The continuing harassment Of the Arabs makes one
less amenable to Ibe facetious comments which tie Six
Daj War unleashed But one m -tH! appreciate the
assertion bj someone or other that the Israeli secret
weapon was Dayanamite
The eloquent Norman Thomas came through beauti
fully recently when he said that he opposed the wai i
Vietnam hut he also opposed flag-burning those who
fesl (Hir COUntr) should In- more peaceful should not do
so nasty a thing as to burn our banner Let then- wash the
flag, instead, he -aid. with incisive wittiness
President Johnson has grim work to do but he
,i occasionally with a bit of kidding Remember, some
time ago when he urged government people to pul out
then lights at night to saw money- Shortly afterwards
he told a press conference that his future son-in-law,
then courting his daughter in occasional Whiti
favored the p Dgrarti
i( iati Pope John was prone to jest, as v .- his
the late President Kenned) As tor Bobb)
,,h he can aim a deft bait), too. as be did when
responding to reports that 'hi- Russians said their cos
,uts saw no sign ol God Snapped Bobb] l.e> them
aim a little highei
Another serious person who is also a fun lovei
Maurice Samuel, the writer and lecturer Interviewed b)
Rabbi Moil in KertXer, who is profiling American h
in the book. Toda) I \mencan Jew.'' Samuel wai -ill
in in- stud) with papers littered everywhere, even m the
floor Samuel pointed toward- the floor and -aid. [hose
are m> footnotes
fsroel Newsletter By EllAHU SAIPETER
Mideast 'Experts' Were Wide Of The Mark
W
Jerusalem
JHEN, AFTER THE Six-Da)
War. the Egyptians and the
not burn down 'he
. En bassii s in 'heir capitals
nor did they lynch "heir Rus
but Instead rushed to
Most Mew ., 'Idle
various West
eapil d a new theorj Israi -
e "experts" claimed, Insl
. | Soviets act us I) di i ;> m d I
lluenci in thi
ii did not so ad very logicial, but there was
superfical i to support tin- the
And it fitted excellentl) into the quarter-centur)
old theon that all would be well In relat
Iween the West and the Arabs, were it not
ism and the establishment and existence
the state of Israel
So much for the symptoms. And what i- the
truth about the "deepening Soviet influence'' in
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Fleckman In "68
MARTY FLECKMAN
111. who i the "*;,t
Professional Golfers Association 'our at a tou
men' held in Palm Beach Harden-, i la Fleckman
for 17th plai I 144-hole total ol 588 He
shot I round a 70 on the first da)
II pruie with me." was Fleckman's
Uilii: join the tour 1 have a lot ol pi ide. I
like the idea of testing myself against I
er and lack Nicklaus After all, this
is 90 pei cent -how business
Mr- Florence Rossin Ackerman of Ni Vork
suffered a heart attack and dud while playing in the
United state- -< nior women's goll championship in
Octob i She had been a member of the United
state- Goll Association, the Tri state Golf Associa-
tion and the Century Country Club.
Mrs Ackerman. tin was a grandaughter of Adolph
l.ewi-ohn. the philanthropist, She had been active
for the Federation ol Jewish Philanthropies of New
York and the Foundation for the Education of
Jewish Girls
Some yean ago Mrs Ackerman donated the
Clara Rossin Trophy to the Women's Metropolitan
Goll Association in memory of her mother The
by went to the winner of the A--ociat
senior championship This year the Association put
into competition the Florenci Acki rman Troph)
which whl go tO the winner ol the low net at the
same tournament
Art Shamsk) will be playing hi- baseball in New
York ne The 25-ye itfielder
\ Y Mets by the Cincinnati Reds for
a 31-yeai Id utility infielder Shamsk) will be re
membved as the 'nan who hit t ui run- In four
lefMse 1 21 h >m< rs la all. in
1966 He ii..... less ci i ssful seas
mar and i season
list three home run-
Tie Mr ts hope that a cha will work
ting i Shamsky w ill b
third ipear in < Mets i n I
IP.. i the dub by Mike Gini
Rich Scheinblun appear- to have what it
to make the Cleveland Indians outfield next sea
Me pla ed well in hi- late season trial this vear alter
n, Tribe brought him up from Portland of the
Pacific Coast League a -witch hitter, he batted 291
wiih 16 : ind tM RBIs with Portland, and tied
for the title of beat bitting pTSSipecl In a vote of the
lea rs
einblum. a 26-yeai old graduate of C.W. Post
College, will tie entering his lifth year of pi
lal ball He played n*ht lield and batted 318
in 18 games for the Indians.
the Middle Bast? it ma) be safelj assumed that
if the mam purposes ol the all out political and
military support provided b) Moscow to Egypt and
Syi i befon the war was the hope to bring about
fall ol 'lie pro-W< i Ai
. t the cost ot Israel's i
i let satellites would full)
lanci i
ites the oil res
lines which
I'u
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ivith .'it the nd e\en without the
West survived all I ell. and
it was the Arabs who quick!) pul on II n oil
bargo it was Moscow and not Washington who
fell in \ ut Nam the hurt oi the Sue/ closure v
should one underestimate the deeper and loi
impact oi the "Soviet default on the minds ol
the population in the Arab countries, nor the evalua
lion of Soviet arm- and advice in the eyes of othei
tralist" regimes in \-ia and Africa
Nasser may well be more dependent personal!)
MOSCOW than he was befon I Hilt the mm
-'and displayed b) Washington since 'hen has pro
\en I thi Arabs and to Moscow (oi that matter
if the US. d be blackn
the v"'. iets i am ot pla) I e of
iors The) i annol
out 1
The) i annot con ifli
at
I a poll! i dory at the UN to comi
: their militar) deb ai on theh I
b> b< ill) on the Arab side. I
evei llest vest
Indi ed tl Arabs now admit
if the) want others to put pressure on Israel, the)
e to ii\ Washii [ton and not Moscow All this
doe. not exact > add up to a pil t'li e ol
Soviet political success as some Middle East "ex
I would like to pi, si
Capitol Spotlight By Milton Friedman
Japan's Policy
Washing!
FRIENDS OF THE 11 democracj
aerged
I when
Prime Minis!

: S tacd
I tl
,i-
Ih< lex told '
Club
Arab si II ai
t of neul
ith tl x aba b il n i
.
I
.11 throughout Asia hi
tl \ an en! Bu( -pan bu) fi
its oil It

in has d relayed sympathj foi J
Israel Some Japanese have wanted I i nvert
-etti.- in Israel Many young Jap<
in |sra l A few ren ained thi
Dunne. World War Two the Japani
.,'.-( in tin' anti-Semitic aeist 1.....
the wai
telleciuals n ;
n ;v irks .
1 ed
I I lull dipl
by J Mutu
i
I he .i\ :
Ihi Govei nment wa
dli I
ed quietl)
i -.- aim to be w uti
Arabs But thi
, i hi qui Ion has been raised n
the systematic, one sided i
i l alone


Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOIAR
Some Impressions Of Old Jerusalem
I AM NO STRANGER to the rial TOW
Arab streets in the Old City ol
Jem alem 1 u-, d to stroll in these
when Jerusalem
wa- under the British administra
lion I In- streets are so narrow
i and donkc) rub sides there
ve to make wa) for
eai h othei U Id m th and h i i
king on the '!""i steps ol their -mall
i a i hop- ,i- do coW rs, tailoi I
iwnei en
.....i their built in!
I a! "
In tl inth ol dust) and small strei ta
-ilk
nd what
Ii b, twi pen air stores thi
..ih
cot! | lf(. ,|
[or centu i rything ,;
could be trai
' hristiai ti from all part- ol the world i
thei especial j to m-h the \ la Dolorosa
treat In which Jesus
his crucifixion And before Jordan occupied
the Old City, Jews In the multitudes used to fill
the narrow streets then- leading from Damascus
Gate to the Wailing Wall, especially on Friday even
inR.s. Saturday- and holiday- The British in ti
years permitted Jews to pray at the Wailing Wall
but not to blow the Shofar Then- was at thi
lewish Quarter in the area of the M
where 11 thodoa Jews chose to n i
the narrow streets and when you
find tamo,i- yeshivot and ancient in,"v
i iroyed by Jordanian suthontioi wnen
. old I It) i" ",
1941 i reel
-. when the Old Clt) is again reu
I with Jerusalem, one finds th. ">*
IS the) wele CI
h area in '"
' ''" w<\'
i H after Ibe
Wai ;'" ?
ah.. com, 'he Walling wan
i' ands and thou
row !.i
ol the dav at tlo
.-. but most oi i
In i. irse enter Inroi
the i i,,.,.- The buses brin
visitor! b) a route which approaches the Vt
Wall Square thiough a hilly dirt ro id The visitor;
then I.. irehielea at a walkshg distance from
th.- square and walk from there to the Wailing "Jl1
These thousands and thousands oi Jo*1 b**0*
With them their wives and children and pn '
at the Wailing Wall Square s scene resemblit
huee ma gatherings at Madison Square in Ne*
York


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*. kn Pag
ayan Reports To
lahinet On Terror
LLEH The continuing
..:1,11k- and sabotage by
rrorists was the main item
agenda of Ihis week"s ses-
le Cabinet where a report
rnted by Defense Minister
)ayan on the latest ind-
ie noted that in all cases,
[left by the terrorists in-
thai they had come and
by crossing the Jordan
recent act* of terror as de-
by Gen. Dayan in his re-
uluiled:
That might ha\e been a ma-
taster, at Kibbutz Ashdol
:n the Bei.-an Valley, when
'..i::iiU-.--ly deactivated mx
[plosive charges found m ar
dine within the settlemeni
!er Ai >r iic to an Army
\ an ant 1 vehicle mine
I thy rod iiis-
. footprints of four per>
rere found leading to the
rian section, of the Yarmi.k
about a mile
half from thi Mbbtttl The
. aim .1. 1 mI aJ I
1 site) -..iti'hman re
bl *ue had been
were discovered In the hideout- of
the terrorists.
Meanwhile. Israeli officials re-
ported that a 22-year-old volunteer
from Australia was fatally wound-
ed, and four other volunteers from
Britain, the United States and Aus-
tralia were injured when a shell
they were handling exploded near
the Suez Canal last Wednesday. An
Israeli worker was injured in the
same accident.
Fatal injuries were suffered by
Norman Roscnbaum of Melbourne,
whose parents are on a tour of Is-
rael. The injured volunteers were
Jack Rosenstein. the American.
David May and Peter Kamalson,
of Britain, and Joseph {finch, of
Australia
npCMitiOD Of I curfew
'hern Sinai iown of El
.1- Israeli patrols -earthed
-ts who threw a ham!
.. a truckload of tourists
resulting in injuries to
loea. residents None of the
Ists 1- hurt, though the truck
I > damaged.
The continued discovery and
I 1 ing by laraaU sappers in
|V> Bank area of anti-vehicle
of which exploded and
\:ab tractor driver. Lat
a patrel found two Mark V
1 1 on an unpaved road
In H Kuppm. in the Beisan
", Beai the banks of the
footprint! of four per
.- ui n found leading to
er.
Thi El 1"'-'
- in the northern Sa
i.> Israeli security
Some mi
had taken part In
: a Dodge assi
... th two
. rl in an attui k
|eep m Jenio last
k 1 quantities of weapons
Temple Roster Alls
New Family Names
rvn ea 1 1 Ida) ni| hi al
bUi Israel w 11 incl idi the
-lira':.m of Ci *rhich recent
1} joined the U nple. The
members will be introduced bj
William E Schachter, congregation
dent
Namei which have been added
to roster Include
Mr an I Mrs. Jacob Bluinberu,
Mr- Fannie Burnstein, Mrs. Eta
becca Cuperman, Mr. and Mrs
Norman Faber, Mr and Mrs. Fred
Predel, Mr and Mr- Leslie Gor-
don, Mr and Mrs. Allen Green-
span, Mrs Eva Kaufman. Mr and
Mrs Jack Kcssier. Mrs Dotty Not-
' ter. Mr. and Mrs, Max Rosen. Mrs
Betty Salxi. Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Sevin, Mr. and Mrs Harold -
man. Mrs, Sarah Siakind Mr
Mr- Hyman Sootin, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Swift. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
fucker, and Mr and 'Id
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Baron JeHirsch Meyer, a pro-
minent leader of the tin
Miami Jewish comm .
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THE STATE DEPARTMENT
. -port restrictions on
iricans wishing to travel to
Egypt
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader -if Temple I Mi
ami Beach, urged communitywide
participation in the American Tech-
nion Society dinner U> be hold
Thursday evening, Dec. 21 at the
Doral Beach Hotel. Dr. Lehrman
is honorary chairman of the event
which will honor Jacob Rifkin.
Noting that the Technion was
dedicated to teaching the arts of
peace. Dr. Lehrman pointed out
that the institutions agricultural
technologists, "with modern ver-
sions of the plow and pruning hook,
have transformed arid desert into
verdant cropland. Its architect!
and engineers have built modern
cities around crumbling, ancient
towns and villages."
Dr. I.ehrnian said that it was
"paradoxical" that these arts of
peace may l>e essential to waging
war. He noted that the skills of
Technion graduates arc given a
1 measure ol credit for Israi
i< tory m the Six Daj War.
Th.
munity was called upon th
to intensify efforts h poi of
1 1 hnion 1st ael Institute of
Technology which was described
as a "cornerstone of the growih
and development ol Israel."
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ion from an Israeli journalist Ho
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idVrs the origins of Zionism, not-
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was "more or loss justifiable." He ion in inn
spoke of the -capital <>! sympathy" >hal its I >ry W '
especially among Christians, tro.n fici..... ai I i lei l >i "
special
thai th.
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He cha'-red that laraol had
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you can't enjoy it just a little longer. So, what we've done is to try to
bring Florida to you. Right there on the plane.
The seats are now yellow and white striped-kind of like beach
chairs. There are tropical sounds: Birds quietly singing away We
give you lots of Florida foods. Like Islamorada stuffed shrimps Okee-
chobee hushpuppies, conch fritters, key lime pie. And we give vou
Florida drinks. Florida fruit punches, Florida flips.
Even something we call a Tan-U. Open it up, and there's a sun
reflector staring you in the face And, of course, the stewardes-
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tnmgs are^ they're only part of the story. The physical part.
men there s the mental part. The way you feel. Like you're m
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Israeli Playwright To
Address C.J.A. I nit
in S lor I -..
. -.'. ':: at a din
. by idru..... II ind I H
::t re!. Shown at the ] I
vent: I i Pol'ei
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$100,000 Raised At
Dinner Honoring Poller
it.rr.i 350 Greater Miami Jewish of the Amal huh school network
nmunity loader*, attending a sponsored bj Hlstsdrut He reveal-
limonial dinner to Lou Poller ed that Histadrut in Israel already
ha* contributed ssoo.ihmi to the
Greater Miami School at Ramleh,
and that the local drive has passed
the halfway mark towards match
ins that half million dollars
J:. \ Harbor Islands, raised more
siiio.OOO for the Greater Hi
\mal Technical Hi 'h School In
ast week at a dinner at the
kf.i.i nebleau Hotel
|> Poller received a plaque
him a "Champion of Is-
r from the national and local
Histadrut Committees and
i South i Duncil for
Services and Vocational
ng in Israe
speaker al the evenl was
I ..i nir. a me mix r >t Israel's
Knesset and ol the H stadrut
> \e. who lauded the support
|\. Israel by world Jewrj during
Day War.
-
Tli.i' support. Mr I'.arnir declai
instrumental In helping
king Israelis become Jews again,
. y saw that their only iirni
mss world Jewr)
EUfkin, chairman of the
Florida Council made I
i peal for increased -..
Zvi Kolitz. a leading Israeli play-
wright and theatrical producer,
w;11 be the featured participant as
the Combined Jewish Appeal's Ac-
countants Division inaugurates its
campaign on Monday, Dec 18 Mr.
Kolitz will speak al the annual pre-
tax season accountants' dinner
meeting which will be held at the
Columbus Hotel
Arnold Stern, chairman of the
division^ noted that traditionally
the accountants complete the ma-
jor portion of their solicitation be-
! ire the end of the calendar year
in order to permit these profes-
sional men to carry on their prac-
tice during the tax period.
Along with I Jerry Bloom, his
associate chairman, and Harry
Blumin, chairman tor initial uifts.
Mr Stern hosted a cocktail party
of the Steering committee for this
"The enthusiasm displayed by
our workers was overwhelming,"
he declai ng, "there i. no
doubt in our minds that the amount
raisi d in 1968 wi eerta ".1> iur
pass t! al raised in the 1867 CJA
and Israel 1 Fund He
said that the leadership in the Ac-
countants Division is a C U tel)
aware that the emergency in Is
rael is not over, and in many re
specls the needs are even greatei
than they were last June Mi
stem assured Norton S Pallot,
1SHJ8 campaign chairman, that "the
accountants will set a pace which.
if maintained by other division.-.
will raise a record sum in 1968."
Mr. Kolitz was the author and
producer ol Israel's first major mo-
tion picture. "Hill 24 Doesn't An
swer. chosen as one of the ten
ZVf K0UT2
best pictures of the year He was
coproducer of one of Broadway's
most controversial play-. "The
Deputy," which won a "Tony
Aw aid."
1. MUKHAt I-.ICIR
Young Democrats
" Urge More UJ.
Support Of Israel
I iii national
^ Democrat Cli b ol I
lins, lure unanimi
r< ilution tin- wee o
i idenl John..... to is i< iga'n a
i and unqualified steti
is polic]
. i\ ernment's deti i
ae the continu I al
ice of Isi
subsl
th polic)
' hese stepa, the r wlutii
ed. would include the In
j to Israi !""
'Us and militar) equip
"sufficii 'it to hi inj tii.it nation's
- capacit) bach lo i reli
sble deterrent tone ..
Other speakers at the dinner in-
cluded Di I eon Kronish spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom, Mi
ami Beach, and Dr. Michael S is
sin. Greater Miami vice president
of Histadrut
Among those who joined in -a
luting Mr Poller for his efforts
wen Leonard Rosen, chairman ol
the 1867 Israel Emergency Fund
a huh I'oller served as cochairman:
Harry Krankel. of the national
i.oard of Weizmann Institute, which
Poller serves as Greater Miami
chairman. Paul Faske and Clifford
Perlman of the Y\l VWHA; Leon
Kaplan and Norton I'.illot ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
D \.i" hi Kahan of State id Israel
Bonds and Dther delegates ol com
. ktion -
L Murray Jaeger Is
Elected President
Of Agudath Israel
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Griti Martin Holland Ben Jai i-
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W ill Shklair Henry. Steck
\dolpli Stern Morris
Rmenck Weiss, Solomon Wilde,
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v. it/ Kruh I S. vim and
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* Unitf fhrMton
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I .mi nii-I I Students
T Firsi .rade students in the Tem-
ple En ..iu El Solomon Schechter
Day S< jq\ and Weekday Religious
Schoo. :11 be consecrated during
wrvicci Saturday morning con-
ductec by Dr. Irv,:^ I.eh rm an The
group I ill present a cantata en
tilled The Beau'y of Torah" di-
rectey Tmie Levin and the
teach-1 staff.
Sok D Jn Schechter Day School
tudcnl to be -iterated are:
Dawi nhur. Adma Adler, Linda
Bickv Vendy Cohen. William Co
hen. L Firpo. Randi Firpo. Bar
bara ner. Pa':! C.ilner. Douglas
Gollil >usan Greene. Pearl Hack.
Robif :orn. Holly Katz, Glenn
k.iv irgare: Kleinman. Milton
Kleinman, MaKor:e Mamber. Eliz-
abetl Marcu-. Jeffrey Marcus.
Harvt; Martin. Saralynn Nemser.
Jo) Ni sen. Stephen Paul. Dora
I'm. : racy PoflMr, Bonnie Ro-
mer jv Vanich and Fianklin
ZemeJ
Wee I ay Religious School: Jon
Barri! Melarue Barrist. James
CaSM Eliot Corvin, Howard Dia
mond lark Freitj.;. Samuel Gold
fine. l :lette u>pman. Axlene Hol-
lo. Ste\tn Kanr.er. Eric Mandel.
David -'edow. EJith Milstein, Rob-
ert Novak, How-ird Purcell. Deb-
orah .- .kner. Peter Schine. David
Segal lly Taub. Dore Teichman,
Adan Tushin. Steven Lfiner, Mi
chat, blasber^. Michael Brooks.
Stault > Fenton. Steven Foland,
Michael Frank L>ri Ann Freed-
man, > chael Fre-dman, Jonathan
Gra\M Shern Hahn. David Heier.
Jerry -cob-. StOtl Kay. Carol
Kushnex, Daniel Levy. Joel Levy.
Lanc rager. P. >bert P rager, Scott
Roth*:. .1. Rooir- Shaffer. Harold
Simon Marc Str.fer, Steven Singer.
Amy {. aroff. Uaa Sklaroff. Scott
Stuart, Andre- Susman. Hank
Yunei nd Alan Ziffer, Jr.
Decade Of
Peace9 Seen
For Israel
A senior Israeli naval officer
voiced optimism here this weak
that there would be peace in the
Middle East at least for the com
ing decade.
Cmdr. Samuel Yanay. former
chief of operations of the Israel
Navy, told a Miami news confer-
ence that he foresaw "no resump-
tion of hostilities between Israel
and the neighboring Arab states
for at least 10 to 15 years if not
longer."
Cmdr. Yanay came to Miami to
address a uatheiing sponsored by
the American Jewish Congress of
former participants in programs of
llabonim. Young Judea. Hadassah,
the Hebrew University, the Tech-
nion Israel Institute of Technology
and the Jewish Agency Summer In-
stitute.
The Israeli naval officer also
spoke at a meeting at the VM
YWHA ot Greater Miami attended
by more than 150 young adults and
teenagers
Cmdr. Yanay predicted that Is
rael would now experience more
than a decade of peace during
which the country could continue
its growth and development.
GOLF TOURNAMENT
IS POSTPONED
The Mayor Chuck Hall
Scholarship Golf Tournament
for the Hebrew Academy
Scholarship Fund, which was
to have taken place Wednes-
day, was postponed to a later
date because of the recent
misfortune in the Mayor's
family, the Tournament Com-
mittee announced this week.
Kroni-li To Address
AJdonjjress Coffee
A membership coffee for the
newly organized Young Married
Group of the American Jewish
Congress will take place in the
home of Mrs. Jay Dermer. 2525
Flamingo Place. Miami Beach, on
Wednesday at 10:30 am.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish. national vice presi-
dent of the Congress, who will dis-
cuss 'The Current Crises in World
Peace and Urban Conflict."
Mrs. Maurice Cahn is member-
ship vice president
Chapters Of Mizrachi Women Include
Chanukah Celebration During Sessions
Chaptrr> of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America have
planned varied programs for their
, December meetings, which will in-
clude Chanukah parties,
t
Aviva Chapter will have a gen-
eral meeting on Monday. Dec. 18.
2:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Fed-
eral. 200 Ponce de U>on Blvd. The
session will be conducted by Mrs.
Simon April, president. A pre-
Chanukah card party is planned
for Dec. 21. 12:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Esther Solomon. 1137 SW
5th St.
j >:
Dov Chapter has scheduled a
noon meeting for Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Irene Lesser. 143 SW
7th St. Also planned is a pre-
Chanukah party for Wednesday,
noon. Dec. 20. at Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Louis Tokayer is president.
Hadar Chapter will hold a gen-
eral meeting Thursday. Dec. 21,
; 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Charles
Simon. 10030 W. Broadview Dr..
Bay Harbor Island. A Chanukah
pool.side les'ival has been planned.
Mr-. Charles Simon is president
*
H.rikvah Chapter will hold a 10
a.m. board meeting on Thursday.
Dec 14. at the Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue. A Chanu-
kah festival and a general meeting
conducted by Mrs. Hyman Kolko.
president, is slated for Thursday.
Dec. 28. noon, at Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
* *
Kinneret Chapter has planned a
pre-Chanukah night club affair at
the Saxony Hotel on Saturday
At a general meeting slated for
Wednesday. 8:30 p.m. at Temple
Zamora, the film. "The Scrolls of
Leewarden." will be shown. Mrs.
Bernard Gelbert is president.
*
Shalom Chapter will hold its 1
p.m. meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7,
at 100 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. George
Meisel will review the book. "The
Chosen." Mrs. Solomon Trachten-
berg is president.
Pinski Club Opens Season
The season's first Oneg Shabbat
of the David Pinski Club will be
held at 8 p.m. Friday, at a new
address, the W.C. Center. 25 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Michl Gibson. Yiddish artist, will
present a varied program. "Sholom
Ash" is the subject of a talk bv
L. Lasavin. and Ben Yomen will
lead the audience in communal
singing
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c. BBC broker, leg and al! She donated liquor anc
n k *rd to do Also seen wart
M Na:han Freedman and Mn Charles Abran,
ALL HOME FOR THANKSGIVING
Time for rejoicing in the Bi-nard Boseabtatl
out in Sou"- Miami A bif Thanks.
d lr.er a* well at'ended Daughter Paula. h>
'oral Gable* Hih. and her elder brotho:
bo the l"n:verity of Miami, let
nor Jack have nr*t choice of the drumsticks
J. ck i home on vacation from Vanderbil"
lj where be ha.- ju.*t been given junior
ling This bright young 17->ear-old entereo
U-t year after cnmpletinc Cora! Gable* Hifh H<
w II enter medical *chool at 19 other family a"
Deluded grandparents, Mr and Mrs
B> n Gold:..' Mr a:id Mr* Many Edelman and
' .i: gs and their child]
THIRTEEN IS A LUCKY NUMBER
Family. *H thirty of them attended the hr.da.
Inch given by Mr and Mr* Joseph Bernstein
a d her sister and brother-in-law Mr and Mrs
1 "dore LeveU It a- to honor their brother*
Frank Bramson and his bndo-to-be Phyli**
farb who will be married on January 13
P ylisa i* the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold
i. Idfarb and Frank is the son of Mr. and Mr*
lone Bram*on Mr. Bramson is jut a plain
b ".': r lo Mr* Letsjtf but is Mr*. Bernstein*
tv m one Tru T -haped table looked lovely with
red and pink carnations and roses ith
beautifully dre**ed dolls forming a wedding
p. rty culminating in a bride and groom at the
HERE AND THERE
Herewa- a: a' ,ne
> Sen ice A o: America b;enn:al
voluntcc manned
- acted a* paae> and die ;r<
-. that ha* to be done behind the ues
running smoothly did Grace
B B '.old*tein proud. Some of the vulun
leers were Mrs F B Milk. Mrs. 1 Broida
>h<- manned the string skill Mrs laj Cohen,
ivM Ebassei n Knnzman Mrs
Freida Levine and Mr* Florence Kahn Another
leer a- Mr- M.rhael Goldstein who did
a double take when -he read Gran.'* name
card Mr? K B Goktsteifl Her moth-Tin law s
the *ame Also glimp.ed. Grace and
\iu\r!! Pastier who uwd to be here but now
51 Paul Mr- Stanley Brsoff, Dr Joseph
ot and Solomon Licrr
Therewas in Hi>1Uu croup of Hollywood's National Council of Jew
1st. Women There was no discussion' Myra (Mrs
Aaron. Farr was the speaker tellins about h.r
trip lo Israel. fi\e days alter the fighting with a
Cact-tiadtnsj committee for N.I l W v in | those
list) nu -; ilbound were Mrs John Bracco Mr*-
Alfred Fnedland. Mrs Kenneth Share. Mr*
Miriam England. Mn Julius Harris Mrs Am)
Hart and Mr* Siegfried BersU-r
TWO NEW THANKSGIVING DINERS
It wa* a Thank- family
at tl ha- the
dinner every rear But this t.-ne included in the
fifteen guests were two nea ones. J mother,
the former Beatrice Gould and her husband.
Merman \.k.n of New York Citj and the new
Morns.m baby Judy, eight month* old Judy's
two brothers Richard and Larry wont be the
center of the statfe thj- Thank- have
to share it with Iheii a*v grandpof Mr \rktn
and sister Judy
Other ^u>-:- included the Albert Morrisons
Senior, and Mr and Mrs Howard Kowitt .'
specialt] i> her pumpkin pie made with half
milk and halt sherry I'm going to try it Maybe
Joan and I won't be on speaking teim* after I
do. as m> ewn recipe is yummy
Frances Lehman
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Vice-Mayor Hoberman To Serve Again
As Beach Musk-Arts Leaque President
Tru- aaana] installation of offi-
. rs and directors of the Miami
Mu-.i and Art* League will
I I-. Id Saturday al 6:30 p.m in
er Chimes Loom of the
Bktt< I xhairmen of the
on committee are Bon*
M Grataac and I. (*erlander In
ctailatiea officer will be Mayor Jay
Tier, with Marian Spear acting
>. ojrana chairman for the an-
nual linner
l'r- .lent Louis Hulxrman will
scholarship.* lo two jn
Kuth Raffo -oprano. a
B ember of the Greater Miami Op-
era nild. and Jenny Tao. 12 year-
piano prodiey Mis* Tao was
i-t *ith the Greater Miami
PUmarnaassk Bymphon) i--t sum-
i i A-ith Arthur Fie Vice MJJJ rfs.de Mr Ho
hen -n wa- reelected to atrve a-
pien-Unt for a second term hav
ing ser\d previously as executive
secretary and vice president. He
was president of the Surfside Music
Society for seven years, president
of the Dade Chapter. American
Jewish Congxes*. Chancellor Com-
mander of the George Gershwin
I-odge. Knights of Pythias: vice
president of the Surfside Civic Al
soc.ation: vice president of the
Miami Beach Democratic Club and
a member of numer and
fraternal organizations.
Other officer* to be installed in-
clude: Sam Annis. Joseph L Good
man. Ben Law son. I. Oberlander.
Walter I'alevoda. vice presidents.
Hy man Cleon. treasurer and F>si^
Greenberg. secretary
Directors include Aaron Aber-
bach. Sydna Aberbach Ann Bicky
Irvine Bill.g Fannie Broad. Dr
Louis Bunim. Dorn* Drexel Allen
Dwork- Joyce Farber. Ruth Frec-
Yiddish Literature Featured
Members of the F.ilat Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hear Lou.-
Lasavin. author and lecturer talk
on Yiddish literature at a meeting
Monday evenini: at Miami Beach
Federal. 755 Washington Ava Mr*
Julius Rubinstein, president, will
conduct the business agenda
man. Minnie Freystadt. Fred F
Gold. Iullian Gratx-r. Dade County
Mayor Charles F Hall. Herman
Higger, Estette Hoberman. Rose
I-awson. Harry Lipkowit; Sol Li-
lun. Councilman Joseph W Malek.
Leona Meisel, Dr David Morris.
Edith Oberlander. Irvine Spear.
Marian Sp-ar. Maxarell Spiro. Olga
Bibor Stern. Charles Tama- Violet
Tamas Raymond L Wi*e. Sam
W'oolf. and Tanya WuWhin
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JWV Women's President
To Visit Miami Units
Mi- Theodore (iarfinkle of Sil president
ver Spring. Md, national presi
rent. .It-wish War Veteran.*. Ladies'
Auxiliaries, will Ih> in Miami dur-
um the coming week according to
Mrs Nat Brown, president. Dc
partmenl of Florida JWV.
on Saturday, Mrs Garflnkle will
u Mad at .1 12:30 pm luncheon
-ixuiMirvd by the state organiza
lion .ii the Holida) inn. 2201 < "i
lins Ave The atternoon will include
entertainment Mrs Max Kern is
, heon chairman, and Mrs Me)
er Cohan is mi charge <>i tickets
Mi- Garfinkli will bring greet
from the national irgai sation
I ida it-.' .' the Depart
I !oi i.i.i quartei I mei
n Sunda) Scht luled to begin at
0 a.in Hi' will be held
. it-h i k
snd Washington Ave
Norman Bru meeting on Tuesdaj at Pyl
Hall will feature the presentation
of the traveling friendship gavel,
(l from one auxiliar) to the
next a symbol f "cooperation and
understanding Chanukah celebra
tion will take place at the Dec. 101b
meeting The ^ift ol an afghan will
1m' featured with pro* i ds for aid
10 l-i ail
Mrs 1'- i S .Hi/ i- auxiliar)
lent
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Wst Miami Auxiliary will fea
lure a n it speaker at i regular
on Inuraday, Det 7 .i-
Temple Ahaval Shalom. Mar) Gil-
u. rt, lot al pohcev oman, will
speak on Pi i sonal Safel I
., ix liai if willj
nivei I Pe irl H
tin \ > ry a i
w ill participate in the
... ek '' [innii Dec 17th, with

Mi \"i n an B irman is presi
dent

Murray Solomon Auxiliary will
hold a regular meeting on Thuri
da) Dec 7, at 8 30 p m at Temple
/..mini.i
Mrs Jean Kaufman is auxiliar)
Miami Beach Auxiliary mil
regular meetings on Tbur
Dec 7. and Dec 21. at 1828 .
ltd The auxiliary will spun.,
eaino night at Waklnu.n I
Sunday. Dec 10 al 7:30 p in <
man will lx- Mr- Ceil Rochw
AUXiliai > president is Mrs
sie (iililiei
North Shore Auxiliary will liuld
:. business meeting on Wednesday,
Dec 13, .'I IS p m at v ashington
Federal I n for the Dei
27th Minim. ition
Ihe 14th birtl j the auxil
. presented l>> auxiliar) |
presi Ii nts Mrs I'. id i obden is
lent
Hialeah-Miami Springs Auxiliary
lold ai meeting on S
I 0 a m. in
Parklanc t afeteria Departmenl oi
Mrs Nat Bro n
Mill maki ncial visit to the
auxiliar) at the meeting
\l Bei nai .1 l.e\ itch i- auxiliary
pi i sident
Abe Horrowiti Auxiliary will
hold a regular meeting on Thurs
aj Dee u. al 8 30 p m in Unified
Hall The auxiliar) will hostess a
Chanukah latke part) on Dee 2Hth
.it n 30 p m
Mrs Herbert Oromet is auxiliary

pi esident
Surfside Bay Harbor Auxiliary
Will bold its annual paid up mem
: i i ship part) at noon, Sunda). D< i
al iiu Cai illon Hotel Ubliga
n< members ill take
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Wedm Di 13. al
8 .'.H p in in Sui Ii l iv, n Hall
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p in I hi < ab
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community
I is Mrs Sid
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North Dad* Auxiliary will hold a
paid-up ineiui" rs ilr
da) Dec 7 at H p m in land City
town .Hall Mrs M Iticliinan is
chairman Mrs. Leon Yoffe is aux
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Miami Beach Chapfer Hadassah Plans
Fund Raising Clinic; Groups Also Meet
MRS. 1H10D0RI GARtlNKtf
Mrs. Firtel Hosts
Members' Coffee
Mr- Irving Firtel has been a|
pointed membership chairman ol
I 1 Hebi e At adem\ \\ omen ai
cordii .: in a ment b)
Mrs Samuel Kosner 1
Mrs La n ai hail
man
The
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b< launched at
Mon
da) al 11 a m .
hosted b) Mrs
Firtel in her
home. 431 62nd
St The affair.
sponsored by
Academy Worn
en life mem
her-, will also
serve in honor new life members
All proceeds are earmarked fur the
scholaiship iiind.
Mrs Firtel has served in man)
pots at the school, and twice as
president she and her husband
were honored as "Couple m the
Veai
01 the four Firtel children, three
are gradual) of the Hi brew \ca 1
em) and one is si nding the
school
Mrs. Firtel
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will conduct a 1 u n d-
raising clime on Wednesda) .11 the
ers Hotel, beginning al 9 30
a m with a brunch at 1 i 30 am.
Participating will be the follow-
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Hany Kastan, Henrietta Lorber
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Thau. Samuel S Goldberg. Norman
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Klhs Amdur and Sherman Fast;
supervisors Mis Men Zeigmund
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"The Upward Road.' and .1 song
fest and lightii andles to
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Mrs Meyer Scl neidi 1 is pr< sident.
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Greater Miami Lodge, Free Sons
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I,,. |in N Klein, born and brought up in New
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, Thai was fine be-
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| ee was alv ays t n- plu
, st an I shortest little girl in her
When she graduated from
she decided that she
.i ,, being called "Fati
i pS) she grew a full five
- But she had to work at not
called i atty" She did
well that she became a top mi
She went to Bro iklyn Col
fnr two years The summer thai
was seventi en she worked in
ishion house She was mak
so much money that she decided
to keep on worl and not go back to college As a
. she ah was adept at sketching the i
could be copied Sh
phot igraphj del i Peter Bash it was an i
Vaca1 with her mother, Lee met
N >rman When she left 1 o hoi
tnatum. 'Either you come back here, or Hi come up
you After six months Lee returned to Honda
She gave up her professional \.
lid modeling for fashion shows
a, wei] as .. fashion coordinator and narrator.
,,. ,,i the : which she donated her ser-
yjOSS were, Women's American Ort. Tropical
pier ated r B nai B'rith and several i raeli
Paafcuon shows
All ih:- went she became interested and in-
volved in the Di Lee is one of the four r.
;n;,l ,,,... They have the Deed Club
Children ( a the National Children- Can
Hospital. The> rala* money to support the clinic as well
M working directly with the doctors and children They
involved totally, physically, financially and emotions
("hey just had th( fund-raising affair, a ball which
a highlight il th< benefit affair- They raisi an amaz-
ing amount of money for just fourteen members Now that
the ball is ovet they have already started planning for
next year- aflair Each year they feel that they have to
top themselves and '.hat takes some doing
Their theme for th ball is always different and then
costumes a- well L*< can design a- well as sew she is
terrific with the costumes Her mother Vera. Mr- Samuel
Noble wa- and l-a prominent theatrical designer. She was
with Brooks Costuming until -he went into business for
herself That l- the reason that Lee became such an ex-
pert.
Lee- husband Norman is an interior designer. He
heads the Furniture Contracting Department for Edward
Don Company, I jet feels that he ha- the most unusual
fascinating tense of color and as a designer in- is fabulous.
He thinks thai she ha- exquisite taste so they gel alone in
the fashion and design field a- well a- in the more prosaic
field of married
Since Normal cork for a steamship company
it incurs mai < Islands Lei <- along as
n as shi involves going up North
visit family th< are three sistei and
:hi ir mother whi ike the fourth sister
|'v( i .,-; The Kleins have an el-
and a half yi Mindy In this town of
indance they have tried to teach her that the
: : till adhi --le- should I
a mind ol h< ow m I it is not necessary i conform to
. crowd A htful child as much 11k
It looks like Lee will in the PTA
a whil< B i ither at Biscayn< I she
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.it of time t igether You see, they like each other.
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the nuptials Rabbi Eugene Law
, vitz officiated
I Parent- of the couple are Mr
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For her wedding, the bride w
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I'he Bureau of Jewish Educa
ion held its Twenty-sixth Ann:
crsary Dinner last week at
Louis Schwartz-
-nn, Executive Director ol I
the put 1 ft yeari w..-
- .1 -: c h >nor.
I : Mrt. Schwartx-
-i*n on .1 (ui quoise ch
in the fri e form silhoui
ver t molding il
d neckline was I
teau in front
a -, 0 ip in back
rfrs Leonard Zilbert. wife 1
r tin' > \1
ial n and la
a.,- banded at the
es and hem in n
waa the fil 1
Mr*. Albert Osup, \,.:,
B .- iu president, 1 host 1
ha old i> t- e
l>mk ll>
ito thi 1 attern it-
1. had its ovi n ma
he three-quarter
. n rV.r%. Harry Simonhoff was
n brocade with silver
: the neckline, sleeve s,
I hemline of the soft IJ tai
\ \ icrii an Beauty rose pr 1 I
wl k was worn 1>> Mrs.
Joseph Duntov. Her gown had a
I American Beaut]
red Mrs Lillian Seis
al lace in the A line
ttl Mrs. Oscar Member*
vn was in
silk laakine. Champagne and
.:< d in the 1
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fUNISHt$
AND INSTALLERS
ARMSTIONCS
VARD GO^rS AND THE
*-3^>2 roa an estimati
Mrs. Edward Harris. Mrs. Jennie
Preldfcin's black silk crept
ng on her in
Mrs. Ada J. Lewis had mild
n her black and w hite
etric Ik prinl Mrs. Char-
lotte Dworsky's thive piece cock-
1 was in mint
le \n Italian import 111
: I ",i!i U .1-
bj Mrs. Oscar Hecker. Her
_;h i.h kel 1 oi 1 red .1 deco-
eck on her bodice
Mrs. George Ossip's hot pink
,1 : BS CUt in tin' C
cocktail ensombli ,
1.1.1.1 .( li
shsei i A beige Chantilly 1 e
ble M as Worn b> Mrs. Da-
vid Sernaker. Her lowed
be -1 alloping dow n the
front where it followed an 1 I n
taway style and then
1 r in back Mrs. Benja-
min (Anna Brenner) Meyers 1
: It"
gown and matching hip-
_ii ackel Mrs. Murray Tu-
re'sky's cocoa-colored Chantilly
was in the 11 ce form
in ek-
et-length sl< -
Mutt i gold ehiftun was the
: Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Pink. Her high yoke waa encrust-
icent paillettes and
itted sleei es were in the
chllfon. Mrs. Rosemarie
Chaiek's white Bavarian lace en-
semble featured a modified man
n. kline on the coal w hich
the sheath silhouette
ress Mrs. Joseph Post topped
11k peau 1 ie eve
-. w ith a I i beted
worn over a lonj;-
..i-i \. \ \ shaped
pwel-i ted lull w a* the foeal
Mrs. Edythe Geiger's red
pleated chiffon gown Mrs. Irvinja
Rosenbaum combined yellow and
1 -ilk ribbed brocade with
the fit and flare silhouette and
hoi: sleeves
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ami t;ie bride's brothers. Mark
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At present a lieutenant in the Air
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Tin- I* rmer Miss Demskj gradu-
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He also attended graduate schoo
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The wedding is planned foi
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Se>th Eber
The Bar Mitz\ah of Seth Alan
Eber trU] Ik- celebrated Saturday
morn;-.;. Dec 2. at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Seth is the son of Mr and Mrs
Stuart F.ber. 4835 Pine Tree Df
He attend- NlUtillU Junior High
and it active in sport!
The celebrant will be honored at
. ., r al the Di|
ountry Club
Carl Amsterdam
j mom in f ier< es '
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He att( S doah
he school
ebrant w ill ired al
Saturdaj i venin .it the
Mgit:- Hotel Among guests v ill
Mrs Best
Carl Amtterdmm
morning. Dec
(."ongregatjon
2. at
jeifcee HRmtk
Beth Torab
Mark Lacttr
On Saturdaj morning, Dec 2nd.
Mark Miner, son ol Mr and Mrs
Louis Lacter, 5181 Collins Ave..
trill be Bar Mitzvah al Temple Ner
aid
Mark is a studenl at N
lunio, h b and Ner Tamid Re-
, He playi foil baac
ball, and several other -ports
\ Kiddush wit follow the sen

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Michael Kneapler
irda) D< c 2i orn-
the To
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N 'I
mat<
oration \ reception
will ix- held Saturday night at the
Eden Roc Hotel Mi and Mr-
Kneapler will hoal the Ones Shab-
bat following the Friday night
Shelley Scopp
Shell*] Ann. daughter of Mr and
Mrs Joseph Scopp. 725 MI 178th
St.. uill celebrate her Ba- Mittvah
on Fridax. Dec 1st at Beth Torah
Congregation.
An ests will lx- the << i
brant's maternal grandfather I
ward Felton of North Miami Beach.
her paternal grandfather. Zalman
Scopp Mi and Mrs Sun Newman.
Montreal. Mr and Mrs v
Dembinsk> and son Sti
Flon Ms
Joshua Pollack
Josh a David, son ol Mr
Mr- In
on Saturda) N \ 25
at Temple Emanu 1
Joshua attends the eight]
al Nautilus Junior iliuh School He
plays piano, has won a Junior I fe
Saver Aw ard and is interest)
sports and science
The celebrant was honored al .
Kiddush m Sirkin Hall following
the service, and at a reception Sat-
urdaj i in the Newport
Hotel
Mi- Miriam Tartell is grand-
mother ot the celebrant.
Miami J.F.C.S. Is
Cited By National
Family Service Unit
The Jewish Family and I
dren Service for the third con
secutjye time was singled out for
its interpretive and creative public
relations materials at the national
biennial conference of the Family
Service Association of America
held in Miami Beach last week
With over 329 agencies compel
Ing, JFCS again took first place
honors, winnng in fix- catrgon-
Best Annual Reports and B. 1
Newsletters, Quarterlies. Bulletins
~>r Magazines, and a Special al
ion m the categor) of Invitations
Promoting Special Ev
In presenting the awards to Dr
Melvin L Becker Preatdenl B
I Morgan, past president I
i!\ Service Association of Amer
pointed out 'hat 'Jewish Fan
Children's Service has
tinua y led thi
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Dr. Bt
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led Fund at I the Gr<
M ami Jewish Federation, and i-
led with the Child '< I
rare I eague Wi tan P i..... I Council of D
Coui
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Marilyn Finfcelsrein
>i Eve Frntoehrtern
Baa Mitzvah Fridaj evening De<
l-t. during sei i i. ., Ti
induct the Fn
evening services with rhi
.,:-.. of bar <* aisters Carolyn
and Paula Beth
The ceremony uill be the first
Bai Mitzvah to be held at the tern
pie Mr and Mrs Alfred Finkel
stein will boat the <>"'': IbebbRl re
ception follow ma the sarvices
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at the West Miami Junior
h She is a member of the Fu-
ture Teachers of America Her hob-
are swimming bowling and
back ndirn
Amunu HI be her grand-
parents. Harry Neve! and Mrs Jo
lia Finkelstein
Jeffrey Goldbl*tt
Jeffrey, KM Of Mr and Mi- Stan-
le, (olribla't. 1081 ME Lflsl Ter .
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Expert Bar M'tzvah teacher
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Steven Silvers
Steven son of Mr and Mrs Mel
- 685 84th St will become
a Bar Mitzvah al Temple Menorah
lay morning, De< 2
., studenl Ri
ligiOUS s- h "'I a: d
J nioi High
A reception and dinner-dance
m hi Id
; Hotel i
Amoi tru ma
Mrs \
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rh.
Linda Snyderman
Linda, daughter >i Mr a S
1 i n Snyderman. 1310 NE 201st
Ter will celebrate tin >n ol
her Bi M /\..h on Friday, Dec 1
at Beth Torah Congregation

Stanley Winer
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs \,,t
Winer MS NE 178th St., will be-
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He. 2 at Beth Torah Cot
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|Maj. Albert Warner, Film Magnate,
Dies At His Beach Apartment Nov. 26
Sen c for Maj Albert Warner,
Siusds) \.>v U ..t the
' were held on Nnv 28 al
h*' Funeral Chapel
Maj Warner was one of four
partmenl al the Imperial House
"n Collins \\y foi the pail tw
yeaos in low* he and hi- uife
Bessie Rave Si :> million to Ml
Sinai Hospital for the creation ol a
a inch started with ;i nick-
elodeoi n 1903
A u ter visitor here for man)
veara, Mai Warner had lived in an
hrofiWl-! Aho ImAidM Hnninff,,. 'our-ton. ISO-bed Albert and lies.
i, a, multi-million dollar en -' Warner Pavilion
With brothers Jack, Sam and
Harry, Maj Warner helped or-
ganise the international companj
"huh produced, distributed an.I e\
hibited millloni i dollars worth of
films
In addition to his second wife
Bessie, to whom he had been mar-
ried for 43 years, Maj. Warner is
Survived by hi* brother Jack, ot
Beverlj Hills, and a stepson Ar-
thur J. Steele. of New York City.
Additional services were held at
Temple F.manucl of New York Citj
on No\ 29
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Brandeis Zionist District
To Hear Seymour liebman
Seymour l.iebman. a leading au-
thority ,n Latin American Jewry,
ill address the Brandeis Zionist
'istrict of Miami Beach at a meet
'ng of the organization at 8 p.m
Monday at Washington Federal.
1133 NormandN Dl Miami Beach,
it was announced by Eira Fine
gold, president.
1 R Segal will present his
monthly luminary of news of the
Mad of Urael Refreshments will
rved at the meeting
Si-rl.t
seeing
Convention Plus
For
Local Delegates
Local funeral homes are sending
delegates to the Jewish Funeral
Directors' annual convention to be
held in Scottadale Aril Dec :( to
Dee 8
Kepreaenting Riverside Memo
rial Chapel will hi- Leonard Zilbert;
Ike Gordon will attend for Gordon
Funeral Home. I.arrie BUsberg for
Blasberg Funeral t'hapel. and Ed-
ward Newman, immediate past
president of the Funeral Directors,
for New man Funeral Home
Taking advantage of the trip
west to do some additional light
seeing. Mr. Zilbert. accompanied
by his wife, will continue west at
the conclusion of the confab The
Zilbcrts will visit San Francisco.
I.akc farmcl and Big Sur. lalit
Leaving several days early. Mr
and Mrs. Newman will do their
sightseeing in Arizona, where they
will spend one night at the Phan-
tom Ranch which can only be
readied on horseback. Following
the convention, they'll spend MS
eral days in Las Vegas.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaaberg have al
ready left the city, planning their
visit to San Francisco and I.as
Vegas before the convention, n
that they can return home as soon
as the session is over
Mr. Gordon will Ik- accompanied
by his wife and Mrs. Jennie Cor-
don The Gordons plan a trip to
California before returning to Mi-
ami, but Mrs. Jennie Gordon will
precede her visit to the West Coast
with a stopover in Las Vegas.
A: il :::. I. Kcitsh wos in-
' .-. presi
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ind Cog:'.'
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lii tea Hebi -. id
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pledged I
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Tny-Sarhs Group
Meets Thursday
A regular meeting of the Dade
County Chapter of the National
Taj Sachs Association will be held
at 9:30 S m. Thursday at Howard
Johnson's, \\v 167th St. at the
Golden Glades Interchange
The Dade County chapter of the
association wai established earlier
this year to help fight lay Sai hs
disease a fatal congenital disease
that lor reasons not yet known,
afflicts mainly Jewish infants of
Lithuanian ancestrj
The disease is named for the two
physicians, Dr. Warren Taj and
Dr. Bernard Sachs, who tirsl rec-
ognized it
LciX;: Soviet Fleet
Reported Oft Syria
I EL A\ l\ JTAl cor, en
So\ let tia
'in eoi -is ol Syna and Bgj pi li
reported here this week The H
Mediterranean fleet aecord
ini: to the reports, ntrmbers nf-
least 4") vessels, exclusive of sub
marines and supply and repair
ships
It is believed that the main
ibjecl ol the Soviet naval forces .
"i- to -hadow tin- C S Sixth Fleet
Operating in the Fa-tern Mediter-
ranean The Red flotilla includes
two cruisers ol the Sverdlei class
which carry anti-aircraft missiles
and tactual ship-to-shore missiles
with a range of 150 nautical miles
and the capability oi mounting
cither conventional or nuclear war
heads
B'nai Sholom Picnic Sunday
At Haulover Beach Park
Temple B'nai Sholom will hold
its annual picnic on Sunday at
Haulover Beach Park The day will
feature refreshments and games,
and tickets for adults and children
may be purchased at the temple.
The temple has also begun its
sale of candy with proceeds ear-
marked lor furnishing new class-
rooms.
Items Of Interest
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation,
was a participant in the recent ISth annual conference of the Adult
Education Association ol the United States and the Council of National
Organisations for Adult Education Ralph Cohan, president ol the
Exchange Club of North Dade. and Gorald S. Borkall, program chair-
man, announced that Mrs. M. Athalia Raraa*, Miami City Commis-
sioner, will be the principal s|H-aker at the Club's Dec. 12 meeting.
Rabbi Abraham A. Canal has been named the chaplain for the
Col David Marcus Post 74 of the Jewish War Veterans Victor
Vicknasi. Grand Outer Guard of the Grand I-odge of Florida Knights of
Pythias, was elected the 18 president of the Pythian Youth Camp
Aaron Bookspan has been appointed general manager of United
Office Furniture Wholesalers, Inc.. office furniture manufacturers .
Three interior designers who recently merged into one professional
unit are: Edith Irma Siaaal. hei daughter, Ronaa Marshall, and Carola
Woinstoin, under the firm name Edith Inna Siege] and Daughters
E. Albert Pallot, first international vice president of B'nai B'rith.
is going to Washington this weekend to attend the meeting of the or-
ganization's board of governors Jack I. Graon, chairman of the
board of Bishopric Green Ficldcn, Inc., has been named to the hoard
of directors of the newly established National Society of Communicating
Arts
The Florida Council of 100 this week launched a Fnendh Flor-
idian" campaign to encourage courtesy t'> visitors to the Sunshine state
Children from the Habraw Academy, the Hop* School and Haven
School were among the groups thai attended the recent Fine Arts Fes
tival of Beth David.
Barney Shorstein, principal field deputy of the I'neinploy incut
Compensation Tax Division of the Florida Industrial Commission, re-
tired this week after 30 years of service Harold Abbot, representa-
tive of the Canada I.lie Assurance Co., has qualified for membership in
the Pelican Club in recognition of his achievements in the field .
Alvin I. ItxkoM, field probation oflicer of the Uade County Juvenile and
Domestic Relations Court, and Mrs. Marlyn Zager, intake department
lead worker, have bean promoted to the positions of casework super
visors.
Emanu-El PTA
< hanat,ah Event
The Parent-Teacher Association
ol Temple Emanu-El will sponsor a
Chanukah Institute Wednesday at
10 a hi in Sirkin Hall. Mrs Donald
M Arthur is PTA presi.lent.
The Institute, which features a
program on the festival, is under
the chairmanship of Mis Herbert
Buchwald. Mrs. E. Peter Goldring
is cochairman
Dr Irving Lehrman will relate
the storj and philosophy of Chanu-
kah Following lunch, workshops
Will be conducted by Mrs. Robert
It. Frank, decorations; Cantor Z\ i
Adler, Chanukah songs; Mrs Zvl
Adler. Mrs Jack Birnbaum. Mrs.
Gene Brodie, Mrs. Russet Paul,
and Mrs lack Scharl. foods and
games
The committee working with
Mrs. Buchwald and Mrs Goldring
consists of Mesdames Donald Ar-
thur. Alvin Cawn. Eugene Hatfieid,
Jay Kushner. Alan Rolhstein. Mar-
vin a Sackner, program vice pres-
ident, and Alan Ziffer.
EEC Unit Rejects
Israel Affiliation
BRUSSELS i JTAiA study of
relations between the European
Economic Community and Israel.
prepared b> a working party of the
six member countries, which fa-
vors a relationship short of the full
associate status Israel seeks, will
be on the agenda of the EEC
Council ot Ministers at its meeting
here on Dec. 11-12. The Council is
the policy making body of the EEC
The executive commission of the
EEC was understood to favor asso-
ciate status for Israel in place of
the present limited agreement.
Most nu-mhvrs ol the working par-
ty favored a somewhat more re-
stricted arrangement which would
Still provide substantial new trade
benefits to Israel. Overshadowing
such differences, observers said.
was the unpredictability of the
French stand on the matter when
the December meeting convenes
Pioneer Women's Dinner
Sunday for Rescue fund
The Golda Meir Chapter. Pioneer
Women, has scheduled its annual
pre Chanukah Child Rescue Fund
dinner for Sunday at 6:30 p.m at
the Carillon Hotel
Mrs Jennie Dian will deliver the
invocation and Mrs Anna Seltzer,
president, will extend greetings to
the guests.
Mrs Katharine Lippman, vice
president, will introduce the pro
gram participants featuring Kabbi
Cantor Zvi Adler of Temple Kman
David Shapiro, ol Temple Sinai
in Hollywood, as guest speaker.
and Cantor Zvi Adler of Temple
Emanu-El, who will offer musical
selections.
! : and Mrs. Barry Feuer-
the bUU px i
s<_:.^ ttti nding Ins Annual
Doctors Dinner Dance
M unl Sinai Hospital held at
the ro: I iin< oleau Hok'.. Dl
Keuerman is chiev li al
:: the hospital.
Workmen's Circle
Branch Meetings
Club Everglades of the Work-
men's Circle. Branch 1050. will
hold its monthly meeting on Tues
day at 8 p.m. in the Community
Room ol the Coral Gables Federal,
2501 Ponce de I.eon Blvd.
Bernard Brust. BjueSt speaker,
w ill talk on hospital and insurance
problems
A social evening will follow the
lecture
Branch 104 of the Workin.
Circle ol North Dade and Broward
County will hold its regular month-
l> meeting Wedaesdaj evening at
the Washington Federal. fiiW NF
167th St. A feature film will b-
presented.
Mrs Anna Rozental will be host-
ess for the evening.
a a
The culture uroup of the f f.
Peretz Workmen's Circle Schools
w ill present a special program on
Friday at 1:30 p.m.. at the Wash
mgton Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave
Br. Usher UpshutZ, lecturer, will
give readings from the work* of
Yiddish writers Mrs. Freda Levi-
tan will present the musical por-
tion of the program.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76928
In III! i
IIKKA I. MOIIRISJ. ..\
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < r, .In, i ami All I". r.....- II l
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Vim ar.- ii.-r.ii> notified .in-! rciiulr
- a in en -., ni .i..v rlalma and di
lla ulln-ll v OU lll.i-s li.i \ ,l- I
ih. fatal) ol llKltYL M< IRRISI IN
i ii Mi iRKItn >.\ d.....I-, -i late
o( l':ol. County, rtorida. i" tlir
i'"uni> .luiiirrs ..i i .,,!. County,
fil- the aam*1 In duplicate and aa pro
vided oi HtH'ilnn T3S.K, Klotida Bin
iuii-. in their office* n Counti
i -in ihi u-i in I >ad< !om I j l'i i
Within sis .il.-inlni in il ton lr Hi, ion. of I hi fir-; iml-li. .tCiou
i ili.- -.nil.- will be barrad
I- i..i -1 Miami, Klorlda, Ihla 2KUi
ilnv
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Long Islanders Mert
"Sex and the Senior Citizen"
was to be discussed by authors of
the recently published book under
that title. Rev v Wilker and Peg
''''v at a meeting of the Long
Islanders Club Thursday evening
in the Terrace Room of Southgste.
\'rs Maurice Glick, president, is1
also in charge of reservations. i
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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Friday. December i .
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76634
in KK Batata of
HAKOI.M SI.AVIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraon*
Having Claim* or Demand* Ac*
Said Eatate:
You r.- hereby notified and result-
ed to present any claims and dan
which >ihi may have again*! the
-slate of HAROLD SI.AVIN deceaa-
l lai.- r>( Da<1* County, Florida, to
h. Count) Judge* of bade County,
and fllr the *umr 111 .lupin-ate and
as provided In Section 7SJ It, Florida
statutes. In their office* In the
County Courthouae In Dade county.
Florida, ithm six ralandar month!,
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the sain.- M ill !- barred
Dated at Miami. Florida. thi* Sth
lav of November. A l> IM7
RITH SI-WIN
Aa Executrix
First publication ol thi- notlca
on the 17th dav ol November. 1W7
kkktan and MARKS
HF.KMAN I BRBTAN
Attorneya for
ItlTll SI.A\ IN
II Southwest Flrri Avenue
Miami. Florida Ml JO
11 I7-J4 II l-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67.17335- Kino
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE-OF NAME
Al'PIJCATlON i >F
Patricia Ll'PRIK t.. aaauraa
another name
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-
NOTICE is HKRKKY OIVEN that
the undersigned Petitioner. PA-
TRICIA I.rriMK. a k a PATRICIA
I.I'PRKK. arboae reaidenc* addreei I*
4SKS N.W '.'th Street. Miami. Made
County. Florida, intends to apply
to one of the Judge* of the K.I. v.-: th
Judicial Circuit in and for Dada
County. Florida, at his office in the
Dad* County Courthouse at JOH
o-clock p.m on the ISth day of
December. ll*i7. or as noon there-
after a* same may he heard, for an
order changing her name from PA-
TRICIA I.rPRIK to PATRICIA
IjOI'IS. hy which name *he shall
thereafter be Known
Dated at Miami Florida, this 3rd
lav of November I M :
PATRICIA t.CPRIK.
a k a PATRICI \ l.FPREK
UWRRNCK I' PORTER
MVKRS, KAPLAN and PORTF.lt
Attnmev* for Petitioner
Suite 34. UM S W First Street
Miami. Florida .Mil"
S71 -'.-"41
11 17-54 12 !-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67.17374
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.!. (TOE KAMARAKAFBOO
Plaintiff.
PAULA BROWN KAMARAKAFBOO
I lefeudant
TO PAULA BR' os N
K xMARAKAFEC.O
Reaiden.ce I nknoa n
You. PAI'Lt BROWN KAMAE-
AKAFEOO, are herein notified thai
a Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce tin*
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a cop} of four
LAnswer or Pleading to the Bill of
Cnmplalt t on the Plaintiff .- at ton |
PAUL P u.l.ACK. liOfl N \\ Tth
Street, Miami. Florida telephone
171-OSel and file th.- original Answer.
or Pleading In the office ol the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
ISth das of December, IM7 if you ,
fail t,. da so. judgment bj default
will he taken agalnat you 'or the re-1
hef demanded in the itiii of Com-
plaint
Tins notice shall be publlahed ouce
each week for foiii conaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FIa>RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida .this '.-th da) of November
A I> l7
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Made County, Florida
B] MAROUERITE KENT
(Circuit Court B<
Deput) Clerk
BNOEL and POLLACK
17"" S VV. 7th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11 1T-.6 IS 1-s
m-
the
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Ull ES
th.- underalgned, deetrlng I ei
in busme.se under the flctltlOW """
,.f GLORIA Ll RIA OAlXEHi el
S.W Iim Street. Miami Florida
, .1- to register aald name i> -i
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I
.'in ;v I" .
L l.l RIA and SON, IV
l Florida corporatlo
Bj Leonard laurta. Prea
MTBRS KAPLAN and PORTEI]
Attorneya tor L Luria and Son, Inc
11;." s vi Flrat Btret l
i Miami. Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY il> h,N tl
. u, i.- iki ed. deali I l
bu. .--- undei the ft; '
- MBAT MARKI
;. hI Street
......ol- l reglatei ald i
. : tl Circuit C xi
'"''.....,.,;,';.. P.POKATI..N
RATMONDJ WOLF
I
w Flagler Street.
Miami Floi ,-,.-.-
LEGAL NOTICE
i "i
vv
11 I! Mlt'l-I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-17550
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROIANDO RODRI'U "EZ.
Plaintiff.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No 67.17642
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LEONARD P vswl'Al.i:.
Plaintiff.
1.11.I.I AN FA sol A i.e.
I lefei
T>> LILLIAN PAStgl'ALE
|OJJ ,. ,.| sit
Brooklyn, Neu YnrK
You l.lil IAN P \--.'' ALE
hen bj i otlfled thai BUI of cm
plaint for Divorct been filed
you .""e reqU
aerve copj of youi A pvier oi
PI, (,, the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's atlornej HI.ATT and
I OKI.I. 414 Duponl Plai i I
Miami. Florida Mill.
inal Anawer or Pleading -
of tile Clerk of the Circuit Curt on
or before the ISth da) ol December
1M7 ll you fall to do ao, Judgment
by defauit will l taken agalt j u
for the relief demai ded li ihi B
of Compla
This notl ahall be mjidi-he.i once
each week lor four rol u wee-*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AM) ORDERED til
Florida, this 14th day ot November,
a D :''
E H LEATHERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court. Dude i "out i F
II- K M I.Y.MAN
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
HI.XTT and IMELI.
414 Du|>oi t Plaaa Center
Miami. Florida Hill 377-:<4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 76656 B
li RE Bal
Ki SIB S STEIN
1 .. .-..S.--1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditor* and v.i Perwi Hai
nt Claims or Demandi Agalnal Said
You are hereb) not fled b nd re
iu ; "i t- ma and de
rrutnd* w hi. h ou ma) ha-
hi eatate of i:i.sii--. s STEIN d. -
. .1 late of i. ..I.- \ui U Florida
. ,.i. Count)
and file thi aame in du l ..-
pr,-\ nl.-.i In Sn-i i 16, Florida
tul fflcea In the
County Courthouiu it lade County.
Florida with a all calendar months
m th.- timi flrat pul
ken a*lll bi
Dated al Miami Florid
da if N'o\ pmbi t i I
JOSEPH R STEIN

T.- \ \,.
Flrat publli ation of tl
th. 17th da) of November
AAlt<>\ M KANNKI;
Attorn^v for
J( I8BPH 1< BTBIN
Administrator cum T. stnnunto
Alinevo
" City National Itank Ituilding
li i7-:'t is
ESTHER MERINO RODRIOUBZ.
Defendant
To ESTHER MERINO RODRldKZ
Balamant
Mat.inzaa. Cl'BA
You. ESTHER MERINO RODRI-I Attorneya for Plaintiff
OUEZ, are hereby notified that a Bill I
of Complaint for Divorce has been |
filed auainst > ou and you are re-
quired to serve a eopy of your Answ- I
er or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney.
LESTER ROGERS, N W 14th
Street, Miami. Florida SUM and fil-
th" original Angarer or Pleading in
the office Of the Clerk of th. Circuit
Court on or before the ;.>th day of
December IIMJ7 If you fill to f|,- BO
fudgmenl b) default will be taken
acainst vnu for the relief <1.m..: ded
In the Bill Of Complaint
This notice -hall be puidisheii once
each .-.k f..r four conaecul ve "e<-ki
In THE JEWISH FtoRiiiiw
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida ii lath daj of n vember
AD
i: B LEATHERMAN C
i i a ii : i li i ii
Itv c p .'. IPEI v\"
'' .....' n Si
I KS" I tS. E
A 14tl Stn
'
Attoi
i -
11 17 .1 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO 67.17978
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NEL8 v RODRIOI EZ
'
KV ELIO RODRIOUBJ
i .
Ti K\ ELK RODRIOI EZ
H i. \ eneiuel. 8 v
Penal Cola
Segund .1
n \
. ,- \
I u >:, ELIO RODRK5CEZ
.... ed that a B
: Olvone har be.
-i x..u and you lre ......p) -: j our \
p ng to the Hill ol i
., p IRW I N
, in:'- kttome) at
. ub v.o.i M am I
file the orl \
pi. I -..:-. he I
. ult Court '
i f Deri giber, l I' '
ii nl b) defau '"
de-
'..I || the Bill
Thla ahall be
each ..... tor four coneecutiv"
, THE JEWISH 1 OR1DI vn
|.,\K vM- ORDERED H M iml
pi .,,.!., thla SI daj ol Nvem
\l> lac;
F M LEATHERM VN i
Circuit C "i-' 1 >ade I u .' Fl n I
ll> K M I.YM \N
Deput) '
i | u. t Cl urt >.-..!
IRWIN 0 CHRISTIE
Attorne) at i->
. lt>ul-\ .-'1

ti e) for Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO'fl-
IN AND FOR DtOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7T068-C
RE Batata of
j. -i.ill II vi DEN
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti vm Credltora .>"! vn i- m .
I Clalma or Dfituiil' A* rial s,
Eel '
v on .,..- bereb] otlfled I
art lent an) oi n
:- v. hi. h vnu ni.> have agalr i he estate of J08EPH HATDEN
. aaaed late ol 11 tdi l '-.u- t> Florl.Li
i *oamt) ludaes ..( i k.i. i
|1 i t'.. 1.....* It I ll -In
t ded in Section 7"- lh. fi
s- tutea .in then ..If -- |..
n- thoaja I .
la within si\ calendar n
n the inn,- of tb.. firsi publi.
or the .-ime ill !..
[1 led .t Miami Florida _
rial nl Vovi nib.-r. V I>
vi M.c il.M H FRIEDM V.
v Executor
! puMk ill.oi of th -
-I ,\ ot I .
\l VI 4 I|.M It KRIKIOl VN
v irne) tor Bsecutoe
H K Flrat Street
I lorida
lt1--l
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
>TICE IS HEREBY .;lv EN
ii leraigaed, ileoriiig i
under the flctlttnu
PERM v CEMENT it :.-.- w
Hialeah inter.. 1- t -
. I U1M with the Clerk ...
cull curt ,.f Dade C.....it)
i'FRMA PAST CEMENT
l.'l

on
l-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 69-348.C
IN UK Batatr of
BN'RiqCET V DEL TBJ< I
11.....aaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
n'i iTh "K i- hei ebj given thai l
have file.1 the Fl .1 Report I P
Ibutlon and I I -
eharge bj ADMINISTRATRIX ol
te of ENRIQ1 ET V DEL TEJt i
I..... I that on th<-
I..-. embi I Hi ill appl) t
ll. norabli <'--u- t) Judgee <-f Dadi
'. unt) Florida I i api
Final Report II d for .1
,, i final .1 hargi .- DMINI8-
TH *TKIX of th. .-mat. of ll
named decedent This I] da) of Not .
19H7
REINA DEL TmO
.! 'SF.ru h v. ii'Ni;
Attornay
17" Hiltmore Way
al f'.ahles. Florida
^__ 11 17-14 IS 1-8
NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL IT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 67.172N
ItARI'.AI' V 1 il'.KU i'i >\
Plaintiff.
DANIET. EDWARD COX.
To DANIEL EDW ARD COX
Realdei re I 'nknnu n
Y..u. DANIEL EDWARD COX
that a BUI '
tor Dlt on ha been
nel u ind you ... r.
to aerve copy of your Anawer
Pleading to the Bill of Cnnrolatnt
are
filed
iuir.- or
n
th.- Plali tiffa attorney 1- vi'i. kwit-
NEY ti In R >ad. Mlam it.. I
the original Anawer
.r I". .- II r the I Vrk
the Circuit Court on or bel th.-
SOth da) ..f I If you
fall I .t b) .1. fault
wilt he taken agait -* ) u t] re-
inded In the Itlll
' ll ul
111 nneeeuliv. tt eekn
THE JEWISH Ft I IRI1 H v
I iNE v vi. |R| lERI ml
F > ,.f \ mber
AD :
i: r. I RATHERM vn clerk
Circuit Court Dade Countv Florida
B) I. 8NREDEN'
Denut) "l.-rk
I'll ult Court S<
K ''. N i
SII.VER8TF.rN KWITNi:, i
<: > t !
Road
Miami Beach Florida
11 7.1 1 ; 1 -I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NO. 67-17445
NOTICE OF SUIT
CTTIZEN8 FEDERAL SAVISAS
AMI |.i VN vss.. "'I vTli IN i >y
HIAUEAH Hlateah Pla
a United Stati pot i
Plaintiff,
DA VIM 8 ROBERTS* '.
I.. f.-i dants
T.i SAIU'MoN It SCHWARTZ
doing in- m r.ncHiF I i mm-
I MI 11.1.IN.; SI'PPL.1 Ct
i Rili hie H ghv a) Ball re
I .i,.l To I V V 11 S
Ri iRERTSi IN d SJllKI.EY
Jl v. Ri IBERSl >N.
If allvi i..... -i in i
heln del

l then ihei

I ,4. ., ^ right, title ... intereal In
the i" -,' -''y di the Com-
-
V,.i AND EACH OF YOC ARE
herery notified ti
I.....n brought >u b) t'lTI-
ZENS FEDERAL SAVINAH NI>
i \\ vss. .clATI" IN OF in vi r vn
l tiff. t.. foi Mori -
tcaire iivn. i irl uutrt) t- r.1..
th.- Complaint filed In tin- sU-' which
Mortgage enrumhen th- following
de* bed proneri) Mtuati Dadi
11 Florida t.. n
I In III", k I \Ri 'I.
CITY r.ARDEN'8
t.. the Plal ereol > 1
p Rook al P ge 1:1
of the Public Record* 1 -
Coui I) FI01 .1 1
and f.'r other relief .' I I u ...
quired to fill youi inauei aald
Comi 1
Court
Pla I n 11 f r 111 ornej
M v\n:i. SEPI EH 1 H I. Di
H
lath dav of D '..ult
.f \v hi" h aa lb) you
Dated ll 14tI .! .> S
i: B 1 1: I.THERM vn
1 "lei k of the I 11 urt
B) K M I.TM > S
Deputy 1
. 11 u
1 .urt
DANIEL 8EP1 ER
P miff
deal Drive
1
Phoi Tl'aeda : "Ml
Mv PAI'l. VnlMi
OF COUN8BL
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ITICE IS HKUFICi OI\ i:n It
the undersigned dealrtng ei *.m-
11 liu>:i..... un.le: tl,. .1-
of MINI-RACES; MINI-DERB\ al
.-,.. Meridian Avenue Mkaanl Beach
t. ui-t.-r aald name* th
the crk or .1 Circuit c u-t Dad*
Count) Fi-
, ll i \ -.,. k ";" i~- Prea de
Bernard Lowaathal, Baci -Treuj
,1 1. ., SOU! Vn '
Exhibition
II 24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COISTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 76876-C
In HI I ..f
HEoRC.l -
I-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T v ''
1 i .
v.
to |... .
v\ I I )aU n
HEoR'il

Count) Jud|
ii.
'.
m

thi n be ba
Drtti il .-vi .,m fi.
.1 1
' N.

UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBREBT OIVEN that
h. undersiun.-l. daatrins I" etigare
in huaineaa under th. fit titiou* name
f JACK'S PCIl at 73V1 W Flagler To All Creditor* ami All p^rs..iis Hav-
Street. Miami intend* to regi*ter said Ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 70620-C
In RE Batata of
EDDIE TOMPKIN8
Daceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
11 I7-M1
name
. -.-urt
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN M HK343IN8.
Owner
KKS.sI.Klt. M VSSKV and
BBCKERMAN
Attorney* for applicant
itiltmore \v
Coral Oable 33134
11 17-14 I
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT OIVEN that
the underalarned desiring to engage
in business under the fi. litiuus name
..f SIMONS A.NTiqiKS t number
^233 Coral Way in the City of Miami.
Florida, intend.s to regiater the aald
name with the Clerk of the Cir. uit
Court of Dade c.Kinty. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi* th
day of Nov IM7.
MAROCEKITE SIMON
11 17-24 12 l-
Batata
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any hilms .,..! ,1^.
m.in.U which vou may have against
the eatate of EDDIE TOMPKIN8
deH*ea*ed late of Mad.- County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dad< County,
and file the aame In dunl-
prorided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statute*. in their offices m the
County Courtlioue in Dad* County.
Plnrida. within dx calendar month*
from the time of the flrt ouhllratlnn
hereof, or the name will be barred
Mated at Miami. Florida, thi* th
day of November. A D 11**17
MAMIF MILLS
A* Administratrix
Flrat publication of thi* notice on
the 17 day of November. 1H7.
EPHRAIM COLLINS
Attorney
Administratrix
33 City National Bank Rldg
11 17-24 U/14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Na. 76*24-A
In RE Batata of
MORRIS UREENBERO
Daceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person*
Having Claim* or Demand* Ag 1
Said Estate-
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed t.. present an] clalma and de-
manda which >..u maj have aaainst
the eatate of Morris OREENBERO
'!.....ied late of Da.l. Coui Ij Florida.
to the County Judges of I lade County!
and file the aame In dupli, ate atid
aa provided in Section 7.13 1H. Florida
Statute*. in their office* In the
County Courthouse In Oade County.
Florida, within *lx ralandar month*
from the time of the firt puhl
hereof, ..r the aame will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida thi- ||
day of November A D 17
a'JCLIAM OREFNHERO
A* Executrix
First publication of thi* notice on
the 17th day of November. 17
WALLACE N MAl-'.l!
Attorney for Executrix
405 Blscayne Building
11/17-24 12,1-4
v I .
R" ISE JACt 'Ms
V V-tii
Flral publication nt tin-
i. ..f N'ovembei
BEN ESSEN
Adi itris
V. ilev HI,lK
Miami Fl*
II '34
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HaTKEin uiv EN
uiuli rsign. 1 dual 1 n gaga
in liualii. undi the uttou
. i\\\n :. H.DSK vi. 1: v,
H \\ ih Strei
1 Intend* u
he Clerli 1
.-ui 1 I 1 1 .1
MAN! EI. I RAN"
HENRI NORTON
v 1 \
1 1 i>ni KuiMn *
1
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N" ITU 1: IS MERER! 'II \ i:n
the uiideralan k .<
in bui ll---- u .ler the f .m.--
of WELI.INC,TON vv II.I. FORMS
NO OK vv ELIJNQTON WILLS it
P I'-.v Ml rg Fla M
raajtster -..1.1 aame ith the
of the Circuit Court ..f Dad*
Count) I'l-.i -1.1
N V"\n LEVINE
11 54 i- I -!(
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67.1*012
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TAONNE I. MIRO
Plaintiff,
V >
ARTt'RO M Mill".
1 f. |a t
To v:ti RO m MIRO
I II Manor
M-tion Michigan
rOC, ARTI RO M MIl'.o ,r- here.
by notified that Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed ..galn-t v ..u. and
v.u ..1. required to mm aa ol
)our Answer or peadings on PlaiM-
tilf s Attorney, JOSEPH H YOl SO
it. Blltmore vv ,v Coral Oablea Flor-
Ma and file the original thereof on
or before the 2 Jay of Ilecember.
IH^7 otherwise a Default will be en-
tere.l against vou
DATED at Miami r^orida, thi* 21
day of November, 17
E It LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
M.de County Florida
R) L 8 DePIETRO, Deputy Clerk
< ir, ui: Curt Seal
11 24 12 1-1-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUOICL CiRCL "
OF FLORIDA IN AND F04* OAO
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 67.1(104
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIC.DALIA llliow N.
P
xa
\v M.I.I AXI N RRi 'VV N.
Defendant
TO WILLIAM N BRt WN
Res.,i.>nce Unknown
V.u WILLIAM RRoWN
b) t fo-l that a Bill
for D > has been f'lcl :ix. '
\ u .ivt v-'U are peoajir* 1
\ our anawer .- i"
Bill of Cnmpl .. 1
ittarney BETMOCR I -
- N.W Mth Sire-. \i ,m
. 1 rile the oritttnal iramrer 1"
1 In 'he office of the I
Curt on -.r before th* I
u ,rv. |*4| If you f
' judicmoni i.v defeat ft "
vou tor the rli-' 1.
Mill ..f ''
- otV -hai! b. \m
e.-k f.-r ton- rAiiae m
rilE JEWISH vn
IMINE AND RI 'ER
I 1 .1 1 ihis Stttd !
v I'
i: It LRATHEI >'
ult --i" I. Dadi
, 1 ,
Deput 1 '
ait Cnurl
III : IjONDON
I Street
IN THE CIRCLIT COLRT 01
ELEVENTH JCOICIA.. C C
IN AND FOR OADE CO
FLORIDA IN CHANC:
No 4: ".'*
NOTICE OF PLBLICA"
iln SAVINCS BA -
I.-o.
I iruoral
tiff.
v -
> .mini;. 1 n rf.v ES t
v.i EDA REYES
fe,
realdeure unkii.mn I'livng u
1 i".y*e*. if remarf
hen ufikreiw n ifiaajae
married. aU uaanowi hell
vleeoa, grantee* assignees.
-. r*d1t*ra irtaateee. '
i>- lairmng I
ui 1. -r agalnat ihr s-...i
Is .vi i\i;n .; REVE> nw4
v.i EDA RJCTBaV his wife
gal*l*4 all ..the' uei-'i'
having or laimnxg 1.1 ha v.
, ..r Intereal .1
(., t : i .-Ill
, nt
T DoMINOO O l" 1
OUBDA HKl 1-
reridi 1. ui..
unknou n si-.u- it r>
.lead then u
- i.us. if remarrii 1
unknow n
miees Hei
lit..r tru-'-
!.- .aiming b) ll
un.ler or against the s. t
DOMINOO O REV1
v.; 1 i.n v REi ES *
and again*! all other t-
having or claining lo b
in or to the |ir..|
any right, title 01 .....'
herein 1les.r1b.-l
ARE HBRRB1
suit to foe. |oe
agalnal real and peraon
h been file.1 agait
,l...v. Court bv the PI*
1 VI" SAVINC.S HANK, a >
g ..r|s.ratio:.
The |ir.|ierty sought
, loaed 1* aa f.dl.. ., ,,1
lx.t I, ftlnok S. EVER'
AVBNUB HEIGHTS AlW"
TION, a4-.-or.lmg to "- '
thereof, rex-or.te.1 In Pla' P
l. pajre &*. of the
Record- of Dade Cunt v. 1
Yo'l''ARE RHgriRED 1.-
.,.v of your anawer or "'r'
Ing on PUIntlfre Atto-T.- '
CiU.M H FRIEMMAN S r.
v- of December. 1 in det <^
which the nigMini win b-
confeaae-l again*! x-'U /,__'.' n,
requested In llalntlff'* Oog*
pleading* ......^ _, -f vv^m'"'

TOt'
that a
to

Street. Miami ) '",
original In Ihe offi.....' '.' .
the above Court. *> *
' ''
lea.ting* v-ovv
MATED thla SOth day of N'
1 'IT
E. B FATHER MAN CJer.
of tk* Circuit Court ol
Dude Count' 3?$$.
Ry C P COPBIANP
Deput.v Clerk
.Curt Seal) 11/84 I



1967
'Ani*' ft'tra-fiiiin


.EGAL NOTICE
in
n
of
NOTICE L-'.Otd
riTIOUS NA.Jfc LAW
li
11
II
I ... HI
of I : I 'T li I ', tyi
I i K'V
I KIN'
41 7 I .in- nln li-Xil
linnn H
IV I! I.I' I'
i f.-r li- \ i'i-;r.iv-T|'N
K.
I u
I U 17 -M 1J 1
notice under
:titious name law
I.- Hill! i ITS -.1 v |\ thai
mii- -I. mi iig in rujaa-i
u- r tin f lltiott* i
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