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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"eJewish Floridian
time 40 Number 4y
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami Fiona.: Friday December Z 1967
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War Cost fs
Set At Over
$1 Billion
LONDON i.JTAi Israel'! Fl-
Minister Ptnhas Sapir esti-
ated this week that last June's
\ Da) War coat Israel 400 million
hounds sterling or (1,130,000.000,
'calculated on the th 'ii prevailing
lvalue "f the pound Mr Sapir nude
[this disclosure in the i lursc ol an
[address bel re 40 I ol Brll
|-h Jewry al the national conven-
hen ol the .in rit Palestine
H' svc the figure as an
ol tin' bui dci thai Israel
ii |o !m ar arid the great need that
-ill remains foi continued assist
u :r im world .'eu IJ
Mr Sapir an.l Ar\.h I'in
hairmsn and tressurei >! 'hi- Jew
-. \,'!!(>. were keynote speakers
the .11'A gatlsering wb >h launch
: i I is i ii .: s i-i sel
mer.ucncy appeal Mr Sapir de-
the financial problems that
Israel !*>th before and after
the .lune war which led to devalua-
on of the Israel pound He justi
ed that measure as one vital to
aintain the competit.vc strength
Israel's exports. Devaluation as-
lured this relative to the sterling
iv "and we have also gained a
Main advantage with countries
hat have not devalued their cur-
i >>.' he said Mr Sapir predict
il '.hat Israel's devaluation "will
bably lead to a redirection of
ftbor into export industries and
rill help establish new ones" pro-
jcmg for export
Finance Minister Sapir warned
that while Israel can ecoromixe
in many directions, "we cannot
cut down HSe mean* to meet the
vital security needs of our itate,"
especially in light of President
Nasser's recent announcement
that Egypt is about to realign its
economy on a wartime basis.
As examples ol DOW Israelis
\ iselves earn the financial bur
it security, Mr. Sapir men
I defense stamps on many
am modi tie* and the special de
-i loan Me said he intended to
tivince the government to dis-
-. the over-all figure ol the de
: -i budget to the public to show
| here their money HI going."
I sscd that. though Israel .nay
e nearer to peace than ever "help
rom the diaspora remains a con-
' fit factor in our ulanninn
Karlier. Mr PineUJ toM Ml an
ha; Jewish humanitarian
adition does not perm.t the Beg
the Arab population m the
.'. s' Bank deapita the tre-
nendoua pressures and demands
n Israel's rcsoyrces in the after
. ath oi last June's Six Daj War
MIAMI MEETING SET
Eshkol Will
Attend Bond
Parley Here
PRIME MINISTER Eshkol (rig!
Jerusn
be in M luring 1 I
Rabbinic Leaders Hail
First Heart Transplant
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) Rab-
binical authorities here and in
Britain have hailed the first sue
eessful transplant of a human
heart, the operation performed on
Louis U ashkansky. of Cape Town,
as an act that conforms to the over
riding consideration of Jewish law.
the saving of a human life.
Ral binical opinion of the medi-
cal feat in the light of Jewish law
was SOUghl b> the South African
Jewish Times. whOSC editor cabled
Dr Immanuel Jakobovits Chief
Rabbi of the British Common
Wealth and spoke to Chief Rabbi
Bernard Casper "f Johannesburg,
Chief Rabbi Israel Abrahams of
Cape Town and Itahbi Arthur Sn
imi Chiei Minister of the Reform
congregation In Johannesburg
Dr JokobovRa, regarded as a
world authority on Jewish medical
ethics declared in a cable to the
paper that "Judais.n cannot but en-
thusiastically applaud the medical
triumph m service of human life."
Kabbi Casper said that while the
Halachlc position remans to be
studied and defined in light of the
new operation, the overriding c in
slderation ol Jewish law i- the sav
of life and it would be hard
to find a clearer and more direct
application of this principle than
in the case of the heart transplant "
The ;>;\,.m old Wathkansk) was
born m Lithuania, came to South
Afnra at the aye of HI and served
in the South African army during
World War II He and his wife are
members of the Sea Point Hebrew
Congregation in Cape Town where
their son was Bar Mitzvah last
year Mr*. V. ashkansky is active
in the Zionist movement.
Prime Ministi r Levi Esh-
kol will \;-i: Miami Beach in Feb
rich tlu' 1968 campa
for the sale of Israel bond-. The
.1. *ish Floridian learned th;- wei k
Mr Eshkol will De the special
gue*t ol honor at the 1!<"X man u
conferenci il the Israel Bi
Organization to be held during the
wi ekend ol Feb 9 a' the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel He will address the
banojui ssion of the conference
Saturday evening, Feb. 10.
The Israel Prime Minister will
arrive in this country earlier that
week when he will he a guesl of
President Johnson for what is de-
scribed as an "informal visit
It is believed that the meetings
between President Johnson and
Mr F.shkol will be held on Feb 7
and Feb 8. after which Premier
Eshkol will come to Miami.
Mr Eshkol's visit here will be
Continued on Page V-A
Jerusalem Prepares For
First Tri-Faith Holiday
.1! !:', SALEM (JTA) The mu
nicipalit) Ol united Jerusalem is
preparing lor the first combined
celebration in 20 -.ears of the holi-
days of the three major faiths
' hanukah, Christmas and Alfitr,
which marks the end of the Moslem
holy month of Ramadan Mayor
IVdiiy Kollck announced that the
holida) season will wind up with a
reception by the municipality for
'he beads oi the Jewish. Christian
jnd Moslem religious congregs
tions
i At the tinted Nations. Secretary
General I' Than! cited the Middle
Kast conflict in a hoi.day si ason
mi --a io th.- United Nations
staff, to illustrate both the limita-
tions and the value of the world or-
ganization in securing and main
taining peace Mr Thanl said that
lie prospects for peace In the Mid
He Kast depend upon the extent of
the cooperation winch the coun
ries directly concerned are willing
o give to the IN and to the See
rotary-General's special represen
ative to that area. Ambassador
iunnar Jarring.)
The decision of the Israeli au-
thorities to bar non Christians from
Bethlehem on Christmas Eve, a
measure intended to avoid the
.rush of tourists that might over
;ax the hunted facilities of that
own. has drawn angry protests
particular!) from immigrants from
> -tern countries and American
Jewish tourists The protestors are
ai ticulai upset bj plans to gel
jp checkposts outside ot Bethle-
ii'iii to find out who is or is not a
Christian. This, say many letter
writers to the press, is a violation
m religious freedom and an affront
0 their consi lence.
Communications with Bethlehem
have been improved meanwhile bj
inking its telephone exchange with
1 -i Bel's trunk -> stem
Eban Rejects
TV Refugee
Proposal
JERl SALEM (JTA) Israel For-
Minister \l ha Eban said this
week that the Israel government
epl the appointment
i. .i i usto lian I ir the properties of
absentee Arab- in Israel. Such a
custodianship was proposed in the
I nited Nations by Arab anrl Mos-
lem countries tor supervision of
properties left behind by Arab ref-
ugees. It is considered unlikely that
the proposal will get the required
two-thirds majority in the (' V
General Assembly,
The proposal, submitted by five
tsian and African countries to the
C N \s special political committee.
won a 42 to 38 vote on Saturday
with 23 abstentions Israel and
France were among the countries
casting negative votes. The pro-
posal, in the torm of a draft reso
lotion, requested the Secretary-
General "to appoint a custodian to
protect and administer Arab prop-
el'\ assets and property rights in
Israel and to receive income de-
rived therefrom on behalf ol the
rightful owner- Similar resolu-
tions have been proposed in pre-
vious years but wire always re-
lected in withdrawn without a
v ok'. Sponsors ol this year's resolu-
tion were Afghanistan, Indonesia,
Malaysia. Pakistan and Somalia.
ili, Political Committee also ap-
proved two other draft ri solutions
before it one by tlu United SI
and the other a 19 power pres-
M huh dealt with the hu-
manitarian aspects .if the rel
problem rhe is draft resolution
called among other things, for a
rectification ol the relief rolls nt
t!, i i i, '. i :i- Relief and
Work \ Palestinian Arab
refugees and was approved 99 to
with Israel and one other
country abstaining
Miamians To Protest On Soviet Jewry
HUH AS SAf W
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has called on rabbis
and synagogues tn the Miami area
to de\ ote this | eekend to the plight
of the Jews of the Soviet Union.
Manv rabbis announced that their
sermon- would be devoted tO So
viet Jewry and the Association
plans to utilize Its radio and tele-
vision programs in an effort to call
attention to the continuing record
Of the Soviet authorities in denying
to Russian Jews the right to prac-
tice their faith.
Plans were alto madt this week
for an "Appeal to Conscience"
ceremony of protest over the sit-
uation of Russian Jewry to be
held at 5 p.m Tuesday at the
Torch of Friendship in Bayfront
Park, Miami.
Not intended as a mass rally the
Appeal of Conscience" ceremonies
will involve the participation by
only the top leaderships of major
Jewish organizations in the Great-
er Miami area.
On the same day, the eve of the
first day of Chanukah. Jewish com
munities m other cities throughout
the United States will also partici-
pate in either mass protest rallies
or ceremonies protesting anti Jew
ish discrimination in Russia and
calling on the Kremlin to grant So-
viet Jewry the same rights enjoyed
by all other minorities in that
country
In proclaiming the "Sabbath
of Special Prayer," the Rabbini-
cal Association said that the pur-
pose was "to arouse the con-
Continued on Page 15-A



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Israelis. Terrorists killed In Fighting
ill. K\ l\ JTA) An Israeli
- I ,: m u k lied this i <-k when
. | be wai driving w.i> struck
b> a bazooka shell tireti from am
bush .ilon, a road lOUth of Tirat
Zvi ;: the Beisan Valley, about .1
mile and a half from the bank
Jordan River A second soldier
in the jeep ai not injured The
attacker- evaded a search begun
immediatel) after the incident, and
Newsweek Charges
French Probe Of
'Pro-Israeli' Jews
\kw york JTA' Newsweek
azine reported this week that
French government intelligence
tervices have been investigating
'Jewish influence*' and the role of
'pro 1-raelf Jean and non-Jew 1 :n
PraSMft press" and that "a sim
nation probably \\a<
tamed out in the French Air Force
after a number of pilots and huh
ranking officers showed outspoken
pathy for Israel during the ear
]> days of the S.\ Da) War."
In a "here is speculation that 'Jewish
and or Zionist influences' in the
French nuclear military tstablish-
.; are being .red and
that rules for the French atomic
program may be changed to ex
chide Jews suspected of pro Israeli
.-> mpathii
Newsweek said tlia De Gaulla
.,- infuriated" by what he con-
red pro-Israel coverage of the
t war and pcivatel) cempla
that he was surrounded bj .1
of J
(AU. -
in !!'> tuccei led n eseai
across the Jordan River
The victim was the second Israeli
killed in two days in actions
. Arab marauders The fir>t fell
in a clash earlier 111 the week with
Bl Fatah terror;-:.- In the vicinity
if the Ben Shemcn youth colony
and agricultural school, near Lvdda
Airport, in which one of the raid-
.i- ^as also killed in an exchange
of fire. Arabs in a nearby \illagc
EOUld notor would notidentify
the terrorist'l body when reqeu-ted
to do so by Israeli authorities
Meanwhile, helicopters and infan
try patrols continued to co.nb the
ires for traces of the El Fatah
gang
An Israeli Army patrol killed
three Syrian-trained terrorists in
a gun battle on the Golan Heiahr*
about four miles on me Israel-
side or the Israel-Syrian cease-
fire line. Three Russian-type sub-
machine ovns were found near
the terrorists' bodies. There were
no Israeli casualties.
The incident was the second in
hree days involving Infiltrees
from Syria Earlier, a patrol inter
cepted a three man terrorist group
.n the Golan Height- region try" -
a make it- way back to the Syrian
ude of the cease-fire line one wa-
;illcd in an exchange of fire and
he other two were captured with
1 quantity of Soviet-made weapons
Military spokesmen also report
:nat a large, but undisclosed
lumber of members and supporh :-
if the El Fatah terrorist organ i/a
ion ha\e been captured in recent
reeka in large-scale search and
Btion actions They were
ound to be in pooession of large
iuan! esoi bazookas, assault gun-.
submachine guns, explosives and
., K The principal con
tenl t'-r for the El Fatah
members was in the Jenm
Tulkarem Nablus triangle in the
/at Bank, a heavily vegetated
area which offers many hiding'
ajajcaa
The luspectl included three ami
four men unit- and individuals
Iheir capture aad quesUonin*; led
a -enure of other El Fatah mem
Oeis Many other-, the oflicials rv
ported, decided it was aajaff in the
East Bank -ection of /Ordan and
iled there in advance of the search
ipcration
Miamians on JDC Board
1, ;,.,, 1 Gn ati 1 Mi nti
-h communal ictive m
a wide variety of local and national
endeavors, ha- been elected 'o the
Boa id : Director! 0< the Joint
Distribution Committee An*
:ho-' ed to that body from
the Greater Miami area were Er
aeel Jen and Sidney Lefeourl
other kfiamians whi are already
member- of the JIK" Board are
Sam J Meiman, Unite] C Myers
and William D Singer
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For Chanukah To
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am wounded who are
hospitals throughout
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il r items which wire sent
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m chaplains in Vletna
Italy, Germany, Turke>
. the Aleutian Isla
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pi i'. rseas and domestic i
n i-uivh servicemen are sta
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ct during Chanukah h\
itallations, chaplains ill
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hanukah parties for tin-
id their religious n hools
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Volume 40 Number 49
The Maccabean Fight
Continues In Our Day
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it becomes
I that I
its '
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nd.

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ponder:
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I by I Maccal
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nd of Hell
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lay vt
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the lore o! 91 rv
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: over the
:oes not make a Chanukah.
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the threats of
and the pc;- :
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: :: nn ever.
The true m-
determination not only to go to
be political enemies of the pe
the moral and religious commitment ?c
u [tjle agains" I
political the Macca
f long duratior. I
is kept t
>
ever i I
with tl task
tinun i its ecoi
for a future The m :'.t task lac-:
rr-disru;
ecc: -y.
ed the nation to I tl
growing in the w i
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Bono funds
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its I
ne.
Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital last
its 18t:.
3a 11 an annual
l | '
social calendar just as tl
a vital part ol hie In I
has parti n signific
The number 18 is -
Hebrew word "chai"
certainly no institutior
role ity.
In the y
Mount 9

seekina -1 treatm
Because cf the qua:
'the
Two Major Events
i
- a driv i thai
: |
hing o: rst cami
On S-:tura | the
3ter Miami Jewish intty will
pate in th Ambassador's Ball, which was con-
ed in M io and h
become a traditional :'ies
ut the countrv.
On Tuesday and Wed- ings, th
r.ukah Festival sponsored by the Israel
:'ion will feature an imprer
v of Israeli talent.
The Ambassador's Ball with the participa-
tion of distinguished emissaries of vai
foreign governments serves to underscore the
tional goodwil' which the United States
and Israel take pride in sharing.
> the ceremony at the Ball at
ieir debut by thj i i
sentation to Israel's envoy is symbolic oi the
e of the younger generation nojthening led comfort :nd
the ties between America: Isro
This year's program of the Chanukah F
rrticularly appropriate in that it I
a group of young a ly well be
considered the modern cou:
cabees of old. All of the -rs in The
Grand M Hall of Israel
the Israeli armed forces and fought in last
June's Six Day War.
While both the Ambassador's Ball and the
Chanukah Festival are gala event3. they also
serve a serious purpose In focusing attention on
the role of Israel bonds throughout the year in
aiding Israel's economy.
This year particularly Israel's economi: re-
quirements are greater than ever before and
its need of Israel bond is more urgent
a :'.:
it is should
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Captured I )o<*iiiiients
WASHINGTON \ Ion [ series
of captured enemy document*,
picked up in the recent intensi
S th Vietnam,
no i uom for doubt thai 11 i
I ,i new ph I
whicl irdly be
ation To
dicate that there was
nd
the I ol Se| let
\- :., South Viet
eernedthe bas c de
aken 'ii-i .i I II
in Hanoi Si
i !naround date I1
tore Sepl 20 are
: OUt Of line Aith the empha
n> u( manpower and
verj ".protcacted war thai were
the mam themes of the lei
le published in Hanoi in n
S< otei ber by the V orth Viet
namese commander in chief, Gen
\ ,i Nguyen Giap
All later dated documents strike
a different note, however "Pro-
tracted war (even) up to 2o sears
u.i the command formula end-
lessly repeated by Giap Vet in
one typical new document, a di
rective fr "the winter spring
campaign'- to \ let Cony, unit- in
the delta dated lk-t 28. it is lately
Stated that the revolution in the
outh will in' over In V7 '68 "
All Out Offrnsixo
Another such directive from
one of the Viet Cong military re
headquarters speaks of the
present time a> "the spring phase
ective -tatcs "the I ii
i all out offensive There will
be no more 'three phases' "
meaning the classical three phai
ei of the "liberation war;..:'
dint: me of Giap and Mao I
lung with their careful distinc-
tion! between the pro
nf guerrilla-style fight
and the culminating stage "i bi
unit war
Still another such due
from the headquarters of the
enemy'l fourth military region.
roqulrea lubordinate units to at
tach, seize and. if possible, hold
and administer provincial town-
And besides this emphasis on the
immediate, all-out offensive ef
fort, another striking feature of
almost all these documents is the
short range planning they
reveaL
Most of the actions ordered ire
to be completed before the cus
toman short truces at Christmai
and the New Yearwhich the
Viet I'oiig have just announced
they will observe. sp-aking out
much earlier than usual on th.s
subject
Slralpjjy Change
All of these documents have the
standard preamble, invariable in
ommunist documents in Viet
nam. boasting at great length of
" surging victories" and outlining
r com radh
which the U S and alii
are .A'- e ;i> pi tangli
of them of cowse. fit vn
I) with the sham ha I
I || : ,.' .
1
I elsev
- t as I
I .
that jo ea'
telj "proti a< l<
there than tx n in u
I i iburo tit
f Gei Giap's H-
|< ill .i |j mentioned
the new commander in the
1.1 Gen n
I ii h been forced to
i Hanoi thai the forces
his commai d ilanpli will i
>tai i the strain of
M al up to 20 > cai -
There hava been a couple
Indications of quite importai
enemj units grimlj preparing
make one last assault, while th
Ing abOUl defecting In mas-
tbe assault should fail For I
lust time all members of it
tre guerrilla group have r
in together to defect in a
Yet there is no real answer t" I
ihlem of the abrupt changi
the enemy's line
There is no doubt. rSkWrr*
that Hanoi's home army
much involved m the new lii
\ lei l ong North \ ketn in
forces already in the South N
only are three to five regin
of the northern coastal de:
ilreadj revealed in this spa
(oalilion litNpriiniPnl
Few who have watched '
signs and read the new dOCUl
to go analyst who sees In
a .a-t big iluiry \.
fact, that is goln
fai But it is at las' ell
anyone who speaks <
phase of the rOVOlUtl 11
I.....ms that some sort of >
end is m tight or wishe- I
vej the impres.ion that it i-
M As noted, too. a time I
this end has even been give:
67 68
In almost all the new
in- nts, moreover, the end i
Ultra) described as "COalitiOJ
eminent" in South Vietnam
lately captured political din
of the 83rd North Vietoa
Regiment, for instance, it b
ed that "the immediate <>
(fori '67 63 is coalition |
ment "
Thus, the new document
ty strongly reinforo "
general evidence cited" iM 'I-
report in this space to ahoi
the IS. and the South
namese governments may
fronted with an enemy ill
-oalition" in Vietnam befon
next summer is over, maybe
sooner. But "coalition" is
plex and thorny topic, needn
be tackled in still another n
Mhi (o> l>. tn* w^shr
Poal i .. Pi(nbut Turn-. e>)u

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Friday, December 22, 1967
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THREE "PATRIARCHS" r h
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Is to Rabbi M n. Gold i I '
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
EDITOR, The Jewish Floriditn:
I found Ed Cohen'a article on
labor nioups interesting He ap
pe.ir- to be familiar with the tub
I ke i know what th<> Dubinskys
and Potof-kys are doing for the
use of labor have an\ other
dI your subsi ribers indicated ans
Nazi Leader From
'Down Under' Says
Movement Grows
CANBERRA Australia JTAl
\m Nazi party is emerg
ing here which usi thi astiks as
Its s) mb attacks Jev ish control
of international finance" and ii
culates Arab propaganda a al ial
againsl Israel
The leader ol the group,
I'an Nat onal
' P rty, i- 26 yeai o d Ed-
ward Cavvthr >n. a research worki r
ai tlie I'niversitj ol Australia, who
claims thai "the basic philosophj
of national socialise can i e a| ;
!" an) countrj al any tim He
says his partj will win a 1
membership and a< hieve political
power in Australia.
Like home-grown Nazis in other
countries, Cawthron ridicules the
figures given ol .lews murdered in
Nazi concentration camps in a
part) journal which he edits, he
attacks -the Jews "ii the N Y,
Stock Exchange, the Australian La-
bor Party and the Communists
jett and probabl) could reach interesi in th:s subject?
manj ol your readers who mil<
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Friday D
7srae/ Envoy to Mexico to Address Bond Fete
Vmbassador Shimshon And, Is
I's envoy to Mexico will address
the ai aual Ambassador B
hold under the auspices ol th< la
rael Bond 01 n this Satur-
day evening al the Fontainebleau
Hotel
The participation in the gala
event i'\ Ambassador and Mrs
Arail was made known here this
week after ;t was announced that
Gideon Rafael, Israel's tormer per-
manent representative at the Unit-
ed Nation.-, who was to have taken
part, had been recalled to Jerusa
liin to take up a new |>o>t.
In on* of the rv.ihlights of the
evening, the emissaries of for-
eign governments in the Greater
Miami area will be presented to
Ambassador and Mrs. Arad in a
ceremony symbolic of the good-
will between their respective na-
tions, the United States and Is-
rael.
Other highlights of the program
will i the presentation ol .1
coterie ladi< I
5 entouraei
Ambassador .1! addn ss him
' them ik, undei -
the challi nj 1 and opportunity
ip u ith Im aware
1 ess par I u hich Jew ish 1
al life it II
Shevin Chairs Urban
Affairs Unit Meeting
'' rt l Shevin last
d the orgai
the Joint Senate-House
rim 1 ommittee on Urban Ai
The othei its taking part
eeting in< laded Sen Bill
ter, Orlando; Sen L A Ba
1 West rain Beach: Sen Hay
Kj ipke Tampa Sen Harold Wii-
51 Pi < rsburg: Rep Kenneth
M Myers, Miami; Rep Gerald
Lewis Miami; Rep Terrell Ses-
sums, Tampa: Rep Dan Searbor-
1 Jacks >m ille and Rep Wayne
M xsoi Mai ianna
SHIMSHON ARAD
in partii ular can plaj in their ma
luring years
The 1967 Ambassador's Ball
will be the scene of the presents
tion of the Eleanor Roosevelt-
Israel Humanities Award to
William C Baqgs. editor cf The
Miami N?ws. Previous recipients
of the award include Justice
William O. Douglas, Or. Henry
King Stanford ant* John S
Knight.
Mrs v 11 1 Brennei Me> ers la
Grand Hostess of the Ball
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Those ho head the rosti 1 nil
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committee are Dr l eon Kronish
rman ol the Greatei Miami Is
rael Bond Or.cuni/uiion. Samuel
Friedlan I, honoran chairman
Leonard Rosen, honorarj chair-
man; Sidne) B Insin, chairman,
Honorees of Israel, and Mrs
Leonard Rosen, chairman ot the
Women's Division, Greater Miami
Israel Bonds
Festivities will begin .it t> p.m .
with a reception tor the Debn
tantes. Then' will be a Diplomatic
reception at 6:30, with dinner fol-
lowing (he presentation ceremo
nies. Dancing for the entire eve
ning will be provided i>> the or
. bestra <>i \ incenl Lopei
Ambassador Aral* has achieved
a distinguished career in Israel's
diplomatic service. Prior to as-
suming his post in Mexico two
years ago. the Ambassador had
served as a member of Israel's
delegation to the United Nations. I rael Arm> and before
For. three years he was the diroc- w a ,1 nu'.n'irr ol the .tewi ..,
tor of the American Department .1 !< during World War
of the Foreign Ministry of Jeru- |..,,,.,.., t \i >" W bom
*aiem. ami studied In Israel and tl
He s >rved as an officer in the N' iti -
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W ar Hero Due* Al Festival
1 pleti h ere pre
cHcli d by 1-1 at I II ind officials for
thr annual har i1 ih !- ] to
be held on the first two nighti ol
( hanukah, 1i.....i> and > i m
I >ade Co ty A Ittoi him
'hr <'hanukah Festixal pro-
i presented on two nights thia
year, insl one night as in
pret oui years record number
ol Greater Miami Israel Bond buy-
i i are expei li I ike part in the
festh ities
Greater Miami purchasers of
Israel Bonds in 1967 are eligible
to receive complimentary tickets
for the Chanukah Festival.
This year's Chanukah Festival,
< m.iMni! the historic >e.n "I Is
rael Sis Daj War and the Libera
inn of Jerusalem, will appropriate
1> present an all Israeli program
featuring "The Grand Music Mall
Ol Israel." hailed as the greatest
conglomeration ol Israel talent
assembled
The group, which .i- assembled
immediately prior t<> the Six Da>
v\ ar, features >" singers, dancei -
and ti*ts .il! of whom
tervvd in the wai
In tribute to the members of
the cast and their role during the
Six Day War. Israeli Gen. David
Caimcn, one of the architects of
Mr* el't victory, under whom
many members of the cast serv-
ed v,ll come ta Miami to |om in
the celebration
i. i larmon a fo indi i
Israel Defense l rces SI fl
r,i ; land School ai I hoi la i key
.Hi adquarti s
..f the Israel Defense Forces He
a a- closely i Dnei i 'lie plan
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Guard, veterans ol the Old Pales-
tine Brigade
There will be the traditional
kindling of the Chanukah Menorah
l>> a cantonal i horus
Arrangements are being male
for bus transportation from the Is-
rael Bond office, Lincoln Road and
Washington Avenue, to the Dade
County Auditorium and return, at
a round trip cost of $1.00, including
special Chanukah refreshments
served on the way
In announcing details of the Cha-
nukah Festival program, Dr Aaron
Kahan, executive director of the
I- ael Bond I sanitation, said,
"Chanukah < hi rished Festival for
ng and old ci lebrates the Mac
calx es ol old and the Mace a tees
of our ov n day Never In 2.ihmi
yean has .i genei ati in had gr<
cause ("i eel king
irs
"The G i I Music-Hallof Israel'
comes to Miami (oIloMing trium-
plianl engagements al the Olymp .
in Pai i- and in Philadelphia an
B '-ton |t will remain al Dade \
ditorium for two weeks through
Jan. 7. l!M>
Conceived, directed and choreo
graphed bj Jonathan Karmon, the
revue has been hailed as the most
exciting and joyous song and dance
extravaganza ever imported from
the Middle East, The cast of <>7 was
-elected a Iter n.i' loii'.v .ill auditions
and represents the pick of Israeli
talent in the fiel :. dance.
music and comedy. Featured is the
international!] famous Karmon
llistadruth Ballet, which has won
first prizes in various worldwide
competitions Also featured are
Nehama Handel, the High Willows,
Ulan and lllanit. the llacannclim-
and Nichri. The musical director i-
Itchak Graziani, the scenerj and
costumes an by Hova> Kruv i
ZOA
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I nil For
DAVID CARMON
Richard Tucker
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i icker Music Cen er will be esl
lished on I Sil< er A icul-
tural High School campus al i
100.000 by the Zionist Organiza-
tion ol Amerit a
The Center, to bo built in I
il Richard Tucker. Metropol
Opi ra star, "for his devotion to the
-h people ai d Israel," w ill be
part o! the school named after Dr.
i Hillel Silve American /
,nist leader, n. ar Ashkelon.
The center will be a major insti-
tution ol the ZOA's pre-college edu-
cational program in Israel and will
contain facilil concert- re-
cordings and the leaching of music
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Pace 8-A
fjenist fhrkHar
Friday. December 22. 1957
Harry Golden Will
Address School Fete
\ Golden, author and lee
. will be the sues! speaker at
U nh anniversary dinner of the
H< rew Academy to be held Sun
da;, evening, Jan. 14. at the Dean
\. Hotel, it was announced In
i roller, chairman of the
t\ -.
; honor at the dinner will
K Mr. and Mrs Leonard Rosen,
v .ore r.mied -Man and Woman
ol Year" by the Academy. Mr
I n is chairman of the !>,>.>nl oi
:ors and n member of the pre-
ii of the Acado.in
j.-ie 1.600 guests are expected
t -ond tho dinner at which Mr
Mis Rosen will bo cited for
"unswerving devotion to the
causes of world Judaism and He-
brew education ."
Charles Fruchtman. associate
chairman of the dinner and lion or
ary vice president of the Academy,
announced the establishment b)
the Academy of a new award to be
called the Order of tho Guardiai -
of the Torah. which will be pre
tented to those who contribute $500
or more to the Academy's Scholar
ship Fund.
Recipients of the award will be
presented with a special medallion
which will be struck on tho OCCI
- II of the Academy's Jt'th anni
versary.
S.i.n Silver was this week named
reservation! chairman for the dm
ner.
Holiday Banquet for Seniors
Members >>: tho Forty-Niners of
Temple Emanu-El will hold their
annual Chanukafa banquet on Tuea
da) at 7 HI! p m in Snkin Hall
Schatiman Is president
The party will feature a musical
program b) Cantor Zvl Adler, and
traditional chanukah detrcacies
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1
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Heller
Head
Par
Jev. iii
cepted t-.
the 1ra< .
Cll "f II).
let tel Ei
chairmai
Aidin
men \\.
bo r in an
Named To
CJA Unit
Heller, civil
>unal k i ler, baa ai
<>n df chairman ol
id Profession! Coun
embined Jewish A; .
- in y Fund joint cam
S Pallot, cam,
DiMHinced thii week
Holler Mill bo cochair-
i Falk and Morton Sil
+Jenisf fkrirtitr
Mr. lit an attorin
active ir Greater Mi
Federate programi
years ai headed the
-< Division
1867 cai >in. As a
both lh Federation's
Committei and Board
1 i hi the recipi
eration's President's
Award in 1963.
y, ha.*; been
ami Jen ish
for many
Residence
during the
member of
Executive
of Gover
ont of Fed
leadership
Page 9-A
He is a former National Com-
mander of the Jewish War Veterans
of the Unfed States of America,
and president of the Mi-
ami Beat Junior Chamber of
inn past president of the
Florida Hi rvard Law School, a
member the national Board of
DAHIll N. MfUfR
Directors of <>i bei of the United Jewish Appeals
Young Leadt rship Cabinet, serving
a- Florid., state Chairman
Paid Up-Members
Temple Beth Tot Sisterhood is
'- annual paid up mem-
! ship part) at the temple on
Thursday evening, Dec. 28. Mrs.
1 Fish is membership vice
president
Kshkol Will
Attend Bond
Parley Here
Continued from f-age 1-A
the fust ever mad.- to Miami bj an
Israeli Premier while in office.
At the inaugural conference
here, plans will be discussed for
the campaign efforts to briny about
the sale ol the major part <>f the
$500,000,000 development issue in-
augurated three months ago
Next month, some 400 Jewish
leaders from all parts of the coun-
try will attend a conference <>f the
board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization in New York
in addition to adopting a cam-
paign program for the coming
year, the board of governors con-
ference will pay a farewell tribute
in Ambassador Avraham Harman,
i who is scheduled to leave his post
in Washington early next year
after eight years ol distinguished
service as Israel's Ambassador to
the United States
SEN. K1BIC0FF
Pierce Assumes Pulpit
The Rev, Luther C. Pierce, exec-
utive secretary of the Greater Ml
ami Council of Churches and well
known to Jewish leaders for his in-
terfaith activities, has accepted the
call as pastor of the L'nion Congre-
gational Church of Uallandale. He
wll assume that pulpit on .Ian. 1.
Rihicoff To Talk
At Temple Judea
United States Sen. Abraham Rib-
icofl will be the featured guest
speaker at Temple Judea Jan. 7 as
part of the Coral Cables COI ~t
lion's second annual cultural se-
ries II:s talk here will be his first
appearance in the United States fol-
lowing a survey mission to Viet
Nam and Israel
Sen Ribicoff, Former governor
of Connecticut, will speak on "The
Crisis in the Cities" and also will
report on the current situation in
the Middle Fast The series is open
to the public, with tickets for any
ol the fi\( events of the series, in-
cluding Sin Ribicoffs address,
available at the Temple office.
After serving as Secretary of
lb aith. Education and Welfare in
President John F. Kennedy- Cabi-
net. Ribicoff was elected in 1962 to
the Senate seat he now holds As a
Senator. Ribicoff is a member of
the powerful Senate Finance Com-
mittee, the Joint Economic Com-
mittee, and the Government Opera-
tions Committee, where he chairs
the Subcommittee on Executive Re-
oryanization
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JM extends sincere
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for a bright and
happy Chanukah season.

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EDWARD COHEN
Church Stale Issues
1 have been told ol tho rabbi
a small town who used to inter-
mi his Friday night services
ith the latest score from the
.n ich '..I toothall game taking
Lace at the same time Evident
he believed that those who
tame to worship wouldn't mind
tissing the game as much if thej
i Kild be kepi informed of it>
rest
I{al>h.- have come a long waj
- nee those days Most ol them
iow that the people who come to
rship on the Sabbath couldn't
less about the score of the
iotball game The people who
and couldn't
. Ss about the comp<
ces
s thi least coi -'
i
Vmerics Im
ns
,i\e i som<
trad numbers but,
\ and large ha
in
. the schedu
its cultural and social evei
PTid; i md Saturda)
Not so in one par! of Long Is-
nd, we gathei According li the
iew York Times, "Religious ten
on* an developing among resi
,-nts living in the Men
lelkmore area" over the sched-
ling ol school events on Friday
ights The dispute began when a
mtor requested the school board
i reschedule Fridaj nigM events
i thai his !' ouM partwi
te.
The school board rejected the
eqttst but turned the issue ore*
, the Ck incil of the area.
hich represents the major re-
M9 lait i. for advice. That ad
. w.i- trulj ecumenical: it tild
ie school board to aveM seteed-
ling u hool i v( nt i ither on the
ewteh Sabbath oi the ( hnstian
unda
Patting the wi
ir faiths on the side ol worship
ouM have been enough, except
it, as has be( ome quite evident
ii-iin major issues ol our tune
ion i- an illu
. another ol those myths
e honor in the breach. The board
jetted the recommendation but
iid that anj requesl to > bange
, an i scheduled would be
latfdered provided it was made
> least two weeks alter the date
.,, announced, proposed an al
. mate date stated whj the re
t| a as made and estimated
many people were involved
(an you imagine honestl) esti
.,tiru how man> Jews would Im-
;,t inmi the '. :"'' "'-'
a coi llicttn cular activity?
nieaaginabki, right?
I rH spokesmen for Mi r
ore developed some
lacha> in the pro*
oj that onlj activi
( the an
.,i art -how Im- reached
Ky did oof expect the school
.i-i. i purelj social events
ii in making
Sabtftth Ev
inn Christian Friends, divided
, |iiall> It is estimated between
rogaatt ( atholica, read
. I to all this, one m:. hi
-wish I >
They got up a petition of thou
,iKis oi names protecting all at-
Mpi- to n liedule activities.
he whole thing, thej said. vio-
,t.fl the principle of the separa-
) of church and state!
Well, now that we .lews are be-
,g m to violate
. historic concept ol sep.nation
, I church and state m Long Is-
land, how are we doing on the
other side of the church-state is-
-ue in Greater Miami these pre i
Christmas days'' My personal im- i
pression is that the wall stands
higher than ever. ccrtaml> at the
school mj younger children at
tend
There the annual Christmas (
pit) is built ..round the poem that
begins, "Twaa the night before
Christmas and all thru the house
not a creature was stirring, not
even | mOUSC I et'a see an\
nti-ecumenidst el stirred up
about 'hat one
Leukemia Society
*(>;; 4ppeal Posts
(,<> To Localitea
Tbre< prominent community
ps have been named to pOBtl
in the I eukettia Society of Amer-
ica ljxa Da la
County Appeal
Chuck Hall.
Mayor of Met-
ropolitan Hade
County, has ac
cepted honor-
ary chairman
ship of the
drive: state
Senator Kobert
l. Shcvin will
serve as chair
Chuck Moll man of the pro
gram; and Larrj King, columnist
and television personality, will be
active a> Booster chairman
Announcement of the committee
appointments was made by Irving
.1 Whitman. Leukemia Society
chapter president, whose daughter.
Ruth Ellen, will fill the post ol
teen chairman
M ., r i h has been named l mi
kemia Month in Hade Count) and
the societv's annual tag day. will
RABBI BERNARD WEINBERG
ER ol New York hi- 1". I elm
I of ttu Rabbit u al AIM
.i America
ofcorf She***
be March t to 10 Mrs lavKi Rich
i. | |a coordinatinc hotel ta|gtU "n
Miami Beach
Funds raised arr earmarked for
the society s worldwide research
projects and for linanciai aid and
service to local leukemia patients
Coal for H* is W8.000.
Lubavitcher Celebration
The Miami Lubavitcher-Chabad
movement was slated Thurada) to
mark the 169th anni\ei-ai> of the
liberation from a Caarial priao
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of i
one Of the early leaden of the
movement, with a celebration at
;:i at the Social Hall ol oi
gation Kneseth Israel 1419 Euclid
Ave
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Friday. December 22, 1367
+Jewish Ihricijctr
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\hms Chili Names Leaders For 1%;;
AGUDATH ISRAEL H
: oint instailal md ha ukah con-
it 7:30 ] .'
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wii with Di Hii
Others t-j
.... .. | .
Yasser. Charles Colodny, L*
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Gold! i S ..... :.
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is I Morris I
M. /
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'.ur.
Morton Towers Men's S
b named ne leaders ;it .1 re-
(tin election meetii
Officers who will serve during
the current club year are J
is E Barison, president Sam-
uel M Rubin. Mbi rl Loewinthan,
ei Abe I. ndon,
di nts; Milton Mishkin. Julius
I 1 ssing, secretaries Harr) I ostei.
treasurer
Also Abraham < heckman, chair
man, board of directors, Earl M
Wciner, honorary president
Before coming to this area, Judge
Barison served as Democratic Hour
leader in the New Jersej State Leg-
islature, indue Ol the l\i\
nile and Domestic Relations I a
in IIikImmi County, N .1
Chunukah Dinner
1' nt .' 1 oui Cohen, a --i-imi
Mrs R Cohen, v\ill present .*
:..!.,'. ]> 1 ogra i! at I 1
Chanukah dinner sponsoi ed bj I
M nyonaires Synagogue Wednvs-
daj at 7 p in \l rs Helen Brend
il reservations for the
annual affair
Max W. Temchln is synagog e
president and Mrs lima Pelenbe
is newly elected Sisterhood pres
dent
ALBERT VORSPAN.
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Friday. December 22, 1967
#vc / / a ions <^
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B.G. JA1H ISRAEL 7SU1 &acjyls ArvsT
OrtnoOox. Rabbi Isaac Evr

HVT SH A L O -. I'fVCI GA
Tit5N 98S tMt C7th Ave. O'tnti io
Ca'.tor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES ?5S3 S-A 'th Ave
Conurvitve Canter Sol Pakow 1/

BETH DAVIO Av-
Cons-rvat'vf. RahM Sol Landau
Cin'or William V\ L.pior

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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
Orthoasi. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
u m 8 tiuniaj <*' '
. Jewry
p in
BETH ISRAEL- "0 *0th St.. M B
Orthodox. Hanoi Berel Wein.
----- ----
BETH JACOB 3Ci Was'iinoton Ave
M B Orthodox Rabbi Shinarya'-U T
Swiriky Cantor Maurice Mamchea
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW ITth Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Ma
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Krul.o p IB
j .. \. \.
i x r in s. i mwi rii.
4 '. p m 'Kindling
-
BETH TORAH IMth At. and NE 1tl
Ave Conservative Rabbi Mm Lip
ch'ti Cantor Jacot Ornzer
r'r.,1 lj ,.-. I-
Th. Hi- '"' I >ur etj
II. ilaui nl Mr*
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW Slat PI
Coniervat ve
m Onapr SI
I .\',' Mai .- II !
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BETH TFILAH 9~i Euclid Av. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W D'Xie Hwy. Conaervat've
Rabb. David Rosenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaun
I'. |i ni Ben I''
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Mrs
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Porl he W
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B'NAi RAPHAtu Oi 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charlea M Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner
....
Ti laj Satvrnaj
B. ., V.h I- Ul
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Or MIAMI 1341 vVa-r, ncjt-n Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dew Rosencwaig
a
rr. laudekdai e emanu el iaC'
S Andrews Ave Reform R.ibb
Richard M. Leviton Cai.tc. Jerome
K lenient
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF OHfAIER Ml
AMI 1ST NE -?th W- Reform. RaObi
Joiebh R. Narot
K> i,i i i.i ii. ^ Jamei I. M
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l'i..' y.muiti
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Survival of Judaism
TfMPLF ISWASL Ol ,-fAMAR
3500 _SW 69th Wi. Conservative
RaBfJl Irwn C lit*

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n'' n R.iibi Merrlt K -.-p"
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TEMPLE SINI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary offi'e i*R"- NH ?2na
Ave Reform Saobi Rain* Klnosley
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4th Ave "- pbh. MauHea Kim
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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ava
Cnnie'vative R>bb< Mavll r
ger Cantor Sey nour Hinhaa.
s. i rjaon Tin .!
> Batarda) 1:45 am
> i ipfurMl E^eaaon Bar
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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM Of Holly
wood 17?^ Monroe St. Conaervt'v
Rabbi Morton Malaviky Cantor
Ph.lip Lutman.
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'EMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat.
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Laon Kronun
^ar'fr'r David Conviaer
; m Srrmim Th* Mai
,,|... a SI 1U '' i 11 Wen
lei World I" Kronlah .* '..I Cantor
avltl "i i*u< i M i iiuual
una aervlre Rabbi Daniel
1 alll .....lu. i tin Rabbath
ii Raturdaj l 4". am ni Mlti
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Canter Harry BtertlnfJ
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TEMPLE BETH AM fiOJO N Kendall
Dr. S Mjmi. Reform. Rabb' H^r-
bert Baumgard Cantor Michael Kvrr
p in Pulpll i'ii- -
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mi' Boeal I M
of Amerl an Hi br<
a
'EMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV
WOOD 1351 S '4th Ava Retrrm
Bihhi Samual Ja**e
Piida v l:IS p in St i ni. ..I I
and l 'liri-tm.i- l.. : ',
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1848
Ja4fe40n ve Cenaervat ^e Rabbi
David Raab. Canto' taul m Breeh

'EMPLE OP OLOV riw.frvjlin
t^x Ralph 2 Glixman. Cantor Benjam a
Hen An.
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T'FFRFTH ISRI^I "on N
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi Cantor Albert Glantx
i i i: p m S< i mon v I
i .i Whai I
Hi. W.. k "
a
TEMPLE 7ION anon v ller "a Cre
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
a
VOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Mi
AMI 90 NE tries. St. Orthodox
Rabbi Na'tali Porash
a
VOlINC ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
154C-44 Washington Ave Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
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TEMPLE SHOLOM IS? SW 11th Ave .
Pompano Beach Cci'servative Rab
bi Morris A. Skop Cantor Leon
Segal
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TEMPLfc tVANk.' tL I'm Wnirio
ton Ave Coeiajarvetlva p^i-ri Irvine
i .hrman Cantor 7vi Adler
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; flaalU Bni
Urdu) .i in s-1 tnt.i. :-.-. par-
nf thi llihli Itai Mill Sermon TI i Re% lul
Klr-hai t i 'in I iui i.....;.u "
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
'}?> spirit ol mlli
' ppe i n
iiikah and the tfaccabees tn
in diti I i'i imanl) ifri .1 Id v
ui the iplril
the rir
m of thi
val is m
ih. inblime? nt
ual ling a n d
Hi' scriptural
ng speak;
il Nut b\ poa
t'r. n <> r I) >
bill l>y
M\ -pii '
ffokai Abremowift Ihr Lord '
I iiispecl thai the heroism of the
Israeli pilots and tin stunning vie
lory of th< Sis-Da) War will land
tn reverse th- Chanukafa celebra-
tion, Comparisons will Ik- made
with ihr Maccaboea o( old and
their modern ilay counterparts who
are today'l heroes in the Ha-
Ranah. It is therefore (juJlfl Inter
tstin to note the protestations
cominK even from Israel s military
leaders and outspoken journalists
\ho uish to underplay Israel's mil
itary force and thus spurn the
concept of the invincibility of the
lla^anah. We hear more of the
"unity of spirit'- and miraculous
victories' and. of course, the "spir-
itual revival' (resulting from the
conquest o' the old city of Jem
salenii The militarj
ine sepia 1 q
ten
In all Of tl
-h
hat
! .11 M si |)0 1"
n America. The vli
is prartli
But the s-,11. ival
ludaism II quite an ;--

ing both from ''1- lessi
I tl
from the spf tual
mi the other bai
\ 1 the Amei loin
munit) has not awake
ace which ;s endar
pirn it not the body
1 spend more monej
defense projects than la
Jen iah pro p ami 01
university campuses 11
1 luial -pent by the
the combined bud jets
major rabbitiii.il SChoOll \
ica.
The aTfong emphasia
placed upon Jewish survi- In
words of Prof Will Hei I
survival of the Jew is in
problem: the surxival Of ludl
1- verj much at stake
begin to act out of far
than be constantly pi > le I
fear
I think, under the ciTtUflBJtanci
that it would be sood to Kfedici
ourselves to Zaehanah' tilt "Ni
by power nor by might nil by Mj
spirit, saith the lord "
TEMPLt tITH TOV S4W SW Stn
St Conservative Paabl Simon Aaril
111 Sermmi Tin I
l^ts-.,,!. Hehrea nVaaol attedenta in
lit- ihlnl grade ill roisdaji 1
bai -it .1 i,\ Ml and Mi
maa irui-t.* in honnr '
i-.-i.lina aimlveranry aii'l hi- i
da y a ,n Bi I Bfa n P*n
ihi .'
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. ?7S NW
iath Street Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M Cassel
a
'EMPLE NER TAMiO Mth St. and
Tat.."- Waterway. Modern Tradl
lioiii Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can
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Host d Joseph Narot, Rabbi,
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Dec 24 (h 10 11 am The Jewish Worship Hour
Host Di Max I ipschitz, Rabbi
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The brothers strip Joseph anil throw him into the pit.
A tarayan of Ishmaehtes is seen in the background,
And it came to pass, when Joseph was come unto his
brethren, that the> stripped Joseph of his coat" (Gen, 17 .ZJ'
VayeahevJaeob and his sons dwelt in the land of Canaan
as shepherds of all his sons. Jacob loved Joseph best. His obvious
favoritism, and Joseph's account Of his grandiose dreams, pro-
duced hatred and jealOUS) among the brothers Joseph's brothers
sold the haled favorite to some lshmaelite merchants, who took
Joseph to Egypt with them There Potiphar, an officer of the
Pharaoh and captain of his guard, bought Joseph as a slave. Tha
Il< brew la<1 quickly rose to a position of responsibility in his
master's hoiHho!d. However, Joseph rejected the advances of
Potiphar's #sJe she slandered him and he was imprisoned But
in prison, taa, Cod was with Joseph, and he won the confidence of
the jailers He became known as an interpreter of dreams b]
correctly reading the significance of the dreams of the Pharaoh's
butler and baker when they were his prison mates
This recounting of the Weakly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher it SbengoW. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S, N.Y. President
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[Friday Dfl -ember 22. 1967
+Jenisti lk,ih ,r
Mrs. Range To Get
Leonard Abess Award
Page 13-A
Mr- A'.hahe Range, member
of the M.. ni City Commission, has
been named the recipient of the
1968 Lei ard I. Abesi Human Re-
lations a ard of the Anti-Defama-
tion Leagi i of Bnai B'rith, it was
annoum. this week by Henry
u men Ol the Florida Re
glottal l' rd of the ADL.
Th I is given annually to
publicl cognize the efforts n
b) an vldual or organization
for furl ng the goal of fcx
huiii. [ions and contributing
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Tht presentation is scheduled
to b* made at a luncheon at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel on Jan. 28,
1968. Tha award luncheon will
highlight the annual meeting of
the Flcrida Regional Board of
the Anti B'Ml B'rith.
Ben Meyers, Chairman of the
twards Committee, declared, "In
na ning Mrs Range we are recog-
nizing the significant contribution
'he has made to irds impi oi ing
*he climati ol ini i i,,..,. relations
Da area In her
c acitj ,i- a i ;> i omnussioner
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ol huma i ibuted bj
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oriiu developmrnt ol the Mid
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[ugees and integrate them
rhi
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n overall \ Israeli
I the Middle I
lot k
Soon after the pi
. befon the V N Special Poli
i immitte*, lha United States in
lueed a draft resolution which
led that "no substantial prog
rsa ha.i been made on thi
integration or resettlement ol the
rtie draft urged that thi I
Nations Relief ami Works Agencj
mtinui' its efforts to rectifj its
,i rolls to assure "the most
equitable distribution <>i reliel
ted on need, for which the Unit
Statei contributes thi' lai
., oount to the UNRWA budget i i i
the points made in tin- prese
m b> Ambassador Michael i
,, : .i- .i sharp di>..
cement with UNRWA statistics
tbc : fugees callii man) oi
inflated
Mr Coma] said Israel wi Icomed
Secui tj Council's \<>* 22 res
oiution which placed solution <>( the
\ ai> refugee problem "in the
broad context ol \ act Th it reso-
Lion .. authorized Secretar)
i n. ral I Thanl to name a special
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Ambassador Comay said the
Israel government had been
working on detailed proposals on
the refugee question on the
pledge to work fully in any inter-
national and regional plan and
he appealed to all UN members,
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Joy. 1 22. 1967
* Jpn/ Jianukah Prayer Hits
Soviet Anti-Semitism
rhis week, the American Con
tnce on Soviet Jewrj has Imwd
text of j service to be read in
ugoguea and in Jewish homes
rm- the Chanukah candlelight-
ceremonies, The slatemenl de-
Ires:
Is we kindle Iht-se Channkah
IghU celebrating thp Maci-atwan
'ictorj ol faith and freedom over
*rotests On
Soviet Jews
Continued from Page 1 A
cioneo of humanity to the oir-
'itvrt genocide being perpetrated
against the three million Jew* in
Soviet Russia."
The Rabbinical Association reso
i.nion declared: "We rail upon our
brethren to assemble in then syna
gogum and to offer their heartfelt
prayers for the release of Soviet
ewrj from spiritual and cultural
bondage. We call upon the spiritual
eaders "f our community to touch
le hearts of their congregants, to
preach the message of concern for
he freedom of others, to teach 'he
. rt .,( personal involvement in the
ital issues oi our da)
Silence has never vanquished
tvranny, Silence hurts the victims
injustice and strangles the soul
: the onlookers Rather let us be
line concerned participants Let
respond to the ancient Talniudic
Ogan 'if Not Now. When" Ks-
i i.illy during the festival of Cha-
.ih when we re<-all the victory
religious freedom in days of old.
ur prayers are voiced for religious
rn tor Soviet Jewrv
the forces of tvranny and bigot
ry. let the leaders ol the Soviet
government see reflected in them
what it cannot see in the dark
ness of its decrees the history of
failurethe failure of oppression
to erase the .lew and to eradicate
his distinctive heritage and Ira-
, dition.
Let the Soviet government see il-
luminated in these lights what
every oppressor of the Jews has
seen at long last-from Egypt to
Spain to Kishinev to Auschwitz:
that the spirit of the Maccabees
lives on and. as that spirit tri-
umphed over the Hellenism, so it
will triumph over every oppres-
sor who seeks to trample it into
extinction.
In the name of justice and mercv
We call out as we rekindle our
faith in their ultimate deliver
ance:
Lei our People live
Lei them sanctify }\i- Command
ments.
let them celebrate His Name
Let them raise up their genera
tions In His Service
Lei them drink from the spr
- of their tradition
Let them touch hands with their
fellow Jew -
I-et their families be restored
Lei then kindle the Channkah
Lights.
ZOA Dinner Postponed
The seventh annual "Tribute to
Israel" dinner of the Greater Mi-
ami Districts. Zionist Organization
of America, which was to have
been held last weekend, was post
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it was announced by Hen Giller.
chairman of the Greater Miami
ZOA Presidents Council
!5 ;
GUEST lecturer in the series,
"The lew and the Ha: ;
l< d al 8:30 |
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Education Department '- th
Congregation. North
Mi imi E : :h, will be Rabbi
Nor-nan Lamm | i ssi r
lofl phy at Yeshiva
rsity.
Best Seller to be Discussed
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am was to hold an "idea- Through
Books" discussion at the home of
Mr- Phillip Brass, 13600 SW 72nd
Ave. Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Best
seller to be discussed will he
"Games People Play. bv Dr, Eric
Kerne Discussion leaders will be
Mrs. Wayne Holers and Mr- Hor
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Israel's 1968 Coins iram
This beautifully designed set of
specimen coins con-
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ed 1 pound coin (the 1
Lira), the V2 Lira, 25 Agorot, lOAgo-
rot, 5 Agorot and 1 Agora. All six
coins in the set are issued by the
Bank of^fj| ^. Israel and are
minted* fit from highly pol-'
ished V W dies by the Israel Govern-
ment **lwiJS* mint. The coins are encased in a
special 20th Anniversary Folder that
friends and collectors will treasure.
Each of these legal
tender coins bears the dateVarr
(5728) and features the cultural
blending of ancient Hebrew
motifs with modern Israeli design. |
How to order: AH orders must be postmarked by January 10,
1968. Limit: 5 sets per order. Cost: $3 per set plus 50e
per set for postage and handling. Delivery will be made after
March 1. Please make check or money order payable to
Bank Leumi lelsrael or Israel Discount Bank, Limited.
BANK LEUMI It ISRAEL
P 0. Box 642
New York, New York 10005
ISRAEL DISCOUNT BANK LIMITED
P.O. Box 1655
New York. New York 10017
Enclosed is my check tor U.S. $ _____.________
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I understand delivery will be made after March 1, 1968.

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RADICAL CENTRALIZATION PLAN
Cooperative Education Is Ireecl
By MARTIN N FEUERMAN
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I be problem (if Jewish Educi
tion today is far more critical than
the basic historic knowledge ol .i
CUltlW It has become the essen
tial form of salvation in the Dias
I:; the large urlian center--
Mich a- New York. Chicago and
I n Angeles. Jewish Identity can
remain by the sheer numbers and
h-v educational cooperation The ishness and identity In the present
central Jewish Educational Bu situation in many communities Re
reaus must set the standards and form Congregations never meet
ideally this can onlj be done by a trthodox Perhaps each has some
"""': M'!""1 in each appropriate thing to learn from the other The
populated area, much the same as greal controversies ol the past
the < jthollc Diocese formula This Sephardic. Ashkenazi Utvak Ga
can oflei optional programs rang litzianer. Polish and German have
ins front Sunday School to the all- all but disappeared and the rabbis
da) school movement as (he need lay leaders. et< MUST learn to
dictates The basic curriculum
should revoli e around
IThe program of non controver
tial Judaism, i.e.: the study of
the Hebrew language, history,
customs, etc.
day that Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform have no choice but to
work together for common sur-
vival Otherwise tomorrows Juda-
ism will ho nothing but a museum
iteographic cehestveness f the so 2Religion taught separately by curiosity
called Jewish neighborhoods
However, economic opportunities
of the future are calling scientists,
scholars and businessmen away
from the ghettos into the smaller
cities and suburbs where there are
no ethnic neightwrhoods and the
._ Jewish boy who growl up
thinking and actinu like his Catho
instructors from each temple
and synagogue, reflecting Re-
form, Orthodox and Conserva-
tive philosophy.
3Ac*ult courses under day and
venir.-j basis.
lie neijihbor. just must he given represent duplication .uu\ competi
There is only one answer for
Jewish survival centralized co
operative Jewish education for all
children If we fail in this, the
greatest iron) ol history will be
ig temples offei these that America s greal democracy
eded where Hitler failed in
the Final Jewish Solution
Tod a j -
facilities; man> with large built
ings classrooms, buses etc hut all
CAROL ESTERMAN. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Est^r-
m, Mia t junior i University's Stern
Colleae tor Women, New York City, hgh's the Chanu:
norah. The festival begins at sundown Tuesday, Dec. 25.
^iebrated through Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1968.
MM! why he cannot fail in love
with Mary Kelly
Today, the last bond of European
Jewish identity is disappearing
with the passing away of the old
lah We must look to ourselves
.is a product of the American cul
jj there is to be a Jewish to
row in the I nited States How- who happened t" have a Yeshiva
ever, we can observe the success ed ir happened lo have
our Catholic neighbors
tion Inch i eally is a aste, w hile
salaries at not attract capable
teachers The t v pica in all cities
offering 2-3 salaries 0 to
teachers cannot attract the calibre
of one teachei lor a salary ol
112 000
We must the man
Then
.( hooLs are full because they r.< ft I
.'. the dissipation ot then edu
-1 reSOUiCe*
.v of Jewish rivalry must
his can onlv Y" Group Parties
For lloli.l;i\ Week
\!1 groups at the YM YWHA
- planned individual Chanukah
.ties to bt- held thrOUghoul
coning week Tueadaj at "
then will t>e a joint candle
.. ceremonv
Sunday at 1- 30 p m Ihe
boi n ii. isi ael doe. nol bj this
alone be< oiim- a teat hei l here
be inci ntive loi people lo
inter school- to pre| e to become
professiona Hebrew teachers
We must lace the grim realit)
that this idea will not be populai
with rabbis because school
mem be i -h.i to lempU
ties already *ist in In idually The
onlv SOlutlOl
(ore the hoi s, and ma en
tral Hebn >< i.....- have a definite
tuitii
arthip *a> '" nsid
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Tuition would
membei tn$
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, with traditional holidaj TheCe
freshmenU followed hv dancing i proi rttonata perc.
B U R D I N E 'S
b)
i h and the exchange ol -mall
w.ll be the order o| the da)
the (iolden A,el- parts on
i ida) at 11 am
In, Junior (Ugh Cluhs ol
i Y\lli\ have
- for Thursday, Dm 28 <
ID and students .11 th<
i kindergarten
Ql tdl) Bl 1"
' > blM pai 'v and wo
1 entral Branch an the
Branch
tnue bat k to ei
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1 into the 1
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facil Hi bined way 1
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Iw as bright os
o Chanukah light!
SECRETARY GENERAL
:. vm or. his rWCWT.t >
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lie Poller, Rabb. Leon ft
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Sfa outstanding geMl lr*ented in ot Malax a He has written .i DUID
two different lecture proerams as ber of papers, and edue.itlona
I'.irt of Temple Emanu Kl's con- tract- in English and Arabic
tmucus cultural proeram for its
members and the cwmmunitx at
large Dr Irvins Lehrman, rabbi
: tli cinple. announce'! this went
The Forum S
Dr Robert Gordis. professor of
Bible at the .lewi>h Theolocieal
Seminary, and a frequent lecturer
in the South, will be the closing
lecture* art speaker on the Tuesday Evening
held even Tuesday evening in the
tin sanctuary of the temple at
17th 51 and Washirigtofl Awe., at
.10., hesinnma Jan 16. 1968
i continuing ril lecture off
Pueedaj. Jan 2; one
ii i :<- m j
roram He will speak on "Can
Jews Surviu' and Should They"'
]ir Gortfi] i a froqiH-r*
and .- .m auth< r
iment He is iuthor of
field of Hihl.i
sea- lewisa life and past
The Pebruan Sj i
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her lecture 18.
Df. SAIO BAKON
i th if this series
Peb 25, all I
ill in th -m.
Dr. Sato Baron w**o ;s a dis-
tir-nishe theologian, will ooen th? series
*i?h a discuss-on of Ant-Semi-
tism. An Appraisal." Dr. Baron
has served as Visillrxcj Professor
at The Jewish Theotejical Semi-
nity of America since 154 and
at Rutgers University since l63.
He is presently on the staff at
Brown University.
Mcnorali Students
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Technion Society Pays
Tribute To Rifkin
Jewish community leaders from
Miami PJevi York and
id were planning ti> attend
. nnual dinner ol the Florida
American Technion
Socii ly, due to be held al the Doral
it h Hotel riuu- laj evening, ."
si < y Ansii chairman
3EN ESSEN n namod
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of the dinner, and Dr Irving Lehr
man, honorar) cochairman and
member of the national board
Jacob Rifkin, president of the
organisation, is guest <>i honor
Max Lerner, international!) known
author and columnist, is the guest
speaker Also slated to attend was
Carl Alpert. executive vice preaf
dent of Teihmon and David Rose,
Chairman of the National Board of
the Lit ei li an Technion Societj
Cochairmen of the dinner are
Judge Frederick M Barad Meyer
A Ha-kin. .io>eph II Cohen. Myron
Cohen Dr Maxwell Dauer, Nor
man .1 Davidson, Harry Frankel
Abraham Grunhut, Maurice Herts.
Jacob Katzman, Morris Lapidus,
Lou Poller, Jack s Poptck, David
Ponve, David Sernaker, William
Siegel Milton Sirkin. A .' L'sland-
(i and Dr ll Franklin Williams
The dmnei was expected to raise
$525,000 to complete the Miami
Mathematics building pledged to
the Technion several years ago
The group ha alrradx raised
$250,000. and needs the extra Mini
to complete the building
JACOB INFK/N
AFL President George Meany
To Visit Israel Next Year
TEL aviv (JTA George
Meanv. president of the AH CIO
will \ isit Israel next year at the
invitation of Aharon Becker sei
retary-general of istadrut. Israels
labor federation, who just returned
from I s;\ week t< ur of the Cnited
states Canada and Latin America
Mr Becker, who was a guest of
Mr Means at the AFL-CIO conven-
tion in Miami earlier this month.
m.nl.' the announcement here this
week
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BLUE STAR CAMPS
21st SEASON FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS
From 7 to 17
llinihi sum ill* \arlh 1'aralina
Extend Hanukah Greetings and Best Wishes to our many friends, former campers and
staff, and cordially invite those from the Greater Miami Area
(even if they have not been to Camp before) to join us for our
ANNUAL GET-TOGETHER
TO BE HELD
on MONDAY, DEC. 25, DUPONA PLAZA HOTEL, BISCAYNE BAY, MIAMI, FLA.,
beginning at 2:30 p.m. for Prospective Campers and at 4:30 p.m. for Former Campers
COLOR FILMS
REFRESHMENTS
FELLOWSHIP
RENEW CAMP FRIENDSHIPS
SHARE OUR PLANS FOR
2 1st CREATIVE SEASON .
BLUE STAR HAS TEN* EXCITING AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS FOR 1968
We invite you to be with us to hear about them! If you can't attend one of our GET-TOGETHERS then please contact or
write to our FULL-TIME winter offices: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.I Atlanta, Ga 30309
Blue Star's 1968
*Ten (10) Creative Programs:
A preview or THINGS TO COMt
Mm Start 5th Annual Summer Co Ed Studrnt taur N
lure le and liroel it ready far a limited number of
Bayt and Girli Nigh Schaal Seniort and ue Write
for details in a specio brochure.
Phone 404 892 7721.
(All grades as of September 1968)
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(Grade 2nd thru tit In
PIONEER BOYS CAMP
'Grade 2nd tin u rithi
SENIOR GIRLS CAMP
(Grade- 7th tinu 9th!
SENIOR BOYS CAMP
(Grade?. 7th thru 91 hi
IS) COED TEEN AGE VILLAGE
(Grades 10th thru 121 hi
(6) CO-ED COUNSELOR TRAINEES
(12th Grade only)
(7) COED SPECIALIST TRAINEES
112th Grade onlj
(8) CO-ED STUDENT TOUR TO
EUROPE A ISRAEL
(High School Sr in Oidei
(9) BOYS' SOUTHERN BASKET
BALL CAMP
(Graded 6th thru 12)
(10) TWO WEEK CO-ED CAMP
(Grades 2nd thru 7th
1968 DATES & FEES
EARLY ENROLLMENT IS NECESSARY
TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
Lot us hoar from you soon We'll bo Happy to moot wf
PERSONALLY and INDIVIDUALLY
to talk about your summer plans .
CALL US LOCALLY at FRanklin 1-8205
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1968 Schedu for girls and le of Boys programs with dates from 7 to 17 years of age
Program Two Week Dates Cost
Session June 9-23 $ 165
First
Session Second June 24-July 22 I 360
Session July 24-Aug 19 360
Six-Week
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Season June 24-Aug 10 $ 650
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-dith Zipp Fashion Columnist, To Give
Spot Talks On Styles Over Station WIOD

tinrfa Berry Sandy Roirn

NINETEEN
lor S A rad i voy l ''-.
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participal led fi
A Feltzin. Susc I ind Do
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I .' roldman, Jan Safra
Sharla My:
I d Ih Zipp, fashion editor of The
Jewish Floridian, u ill lx- among
personalities of the Greater Miami
area who will record a series of
short radio talks to be broadi
over Station WIOD
The "spots." ranging from 30
seconds to two minutes, will be
heard over \\ IOD al various times
during the day and arc designed to
provide WIOD listeners with hints
on a wide range ol subjects spe
cialized in by the individual an-
nouncers
Mrs Zipp, who is also on the
faculty ol Miami-Dade Junior Col-
ic; c, u ill concentrate on feminine
styles with an occasional note on
the lai i -' thing for men.
In addition to teaching in the
moi i partment at the Junior
college and writing a newspaper
imn on fashions, Mi s Zipp own-
ed a fashion modeling school and
In Miami for a number of
>cars She also set up residency
programs for overweight teenage
girls The programs centered on
weight reduction and finishing, and
were operated in two Miami spas
"My commentaries for WIOD
audiences will cover area.- from
current fashions to the background
il fashions and fashion trends,"
Mrs Zipp explained
"I u ill also disi uss si>i ial 8 spt cl -
il fashions, how to sit, makeup,
: stj Ling, and I will offer tips
:nr women who want to become
more fashionable It all comes to a
focus on background coloi and the
mal h ardrobe
Mother ol five i hildren Mr-.
IDiTH 1IPP
Zipp is the w iic of Monro* Zip
loi ol .i sp 'i' ins goods shi p
n Miami. The lainilv livt -
12801 >\\ Ti-t Ave
Ceremony Mark>
Chanukah Fete
The Temple Zamora annual Chi
nukah candlelighting ceremoii)
sponsored bj the Sisterhood is
scheduled for Thursday, Di 28
al 7 30 p.m.
Hebrew and Sunday School -
dents will participaU in the pro-
gram, which will be followed by a
Film Festival ol Israel, sp sore
by El Al Airlines, in the social hall
hcr<- the traditional latkes w ill be
sen ed
Rabbi Maxwell Bergi
itn.li ii., lei ii Zamoi s
spir-
Cwtn Goldberg (indo Cohrn
Cantata by Cantor Kyrr
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Do >ou know who Jeraldine Kriedland is'' No But if
I were to say Jerry Friedland. that would be different.
You'd know who SHE is.
Jerrv was born in Brooklyn. She had three older sisters
and when it was time to name her,
they all got fancy, choosing the
name Jeraldine. with a "J." As a
child she was a shy little girl
After taking a business course,
she lied about her age to (jet a job
as private secretary to the cater-
ing manager at the Biltmore Hotel
in New York. It was an exciting
and thrilling experience One mem-
ory she doesn't like to recall, how-
ever, is when the German Ameri-
can Bund had their dinner meet-
ings at the hotel It was so frus-
trating to see them in their storm
trooper uniforms meeting in se-
cret sessions and not being able to
do a thing about it.
She met Larry through a friend of one of her listen
He was her senior by 9 or 10 years. To her. he was the ideal
man of the world She was completely captivated He took
her out for dinner and the theater instead of a movie and
an ice cream cone like her previous boy friends.
They got married when Jerry was 18. both of them
having known they were meant for each other from the
beginning. Ronald was born while the] were living in New
York. Larry's business, fluorescent lighting, was closed by
the war So he had to start all oxer again They sold every-
thing and came, bag and baggage, to Miami Beach, where
they set about building a business from just four walls mak-
ing all new friends They loved it from the start and made
it "their" town.
While Ronald was a baby Jerry was active in national
organizations. Then along came Shelley and the start of
PT.A work Jerry built the Supply Store at Nautilus School
Always active in P.T.A.. Jerry worked hard at Miami Beach
High, becoming a V.P No Brownies lor Jerry, just the eat-
ing kind However, she was active in Scouting, starting with
Den Mother and doing Escorting work Ronnie became an
Eagle Scout. Jerry was always an eagle eyed mother Her
pride is unlimited in her familyRonald, who is a success-
ful Chicago lawyer, daughter Shelley, an adorable sopho-
more at the University of Florida, and husband I-arry. who
has made his one-man electrical business outstanding.
Jerry's involvement in the Jewish community started
back in 1945 when she was inspired by Rabbi Stephen Wise
and his wife. She became president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of American Jewish Congress. From there she went
on to Division and then stepped into the national picture
From that, she became concerned with need in her own
community, in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the
Federation of Jewish Women and the Women's Division of
Combined Jewish Appeal.
This year she is serving on F.J.W. as chairman of Com-
munity Relations But to give names and titles to every
thing that Jerry does is just a bit ridiculous. Jerry in her
quiet w ay looks for no kudos. There she is, no title, no glory,
no fame, just a conscientious volunteer doing the some-
times big. sometimes small job that has to be done.
In the foreground or behind the scenes, glamorous or
grubby. Jerry takes them all and does each job well. Jerry
has a full-time job working with her husband. She does all
of the bookkeeping, bookwork and all of the details. But
since Larry is equally as proud of the community work that
she does, he makes it easy for her to fit the business side
of her life into the other side. She makes both sides jibe.
Her husband is a do-it yourself-er. Any new gadget in
the electrical line he manages to have at home. The lights
go on and off by themselves, they dim and brighten, they
have all of the newest equipment. Cooking is not a passion
with Jerry. She likes the business world best along with
community activities. Warm, loving and friendly, she is
equally at home in all phases of her life

UJcdJincj Jjell* r^ivkCf
Sandni Rubin And
Donald Goodman
Married Sunday
A Sunday evening ceremony on
Dec 1". united the former Sandra
Lynn Rubin and Donald Steven
(ioodman at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel where a reception and dinner
in honor of the new 1> weds followed
the nuptials Rabbi Irving 1-ehr
man officiated.
Parents of the coupic are Mr and
Mrs. Simon E. Rubin. 6465 Pine
tree Drive Circle, and Mrs Philip
Alman, 19020 NE 22nd Ct. and the
la'.e William Goodman,
For her wedding, the bride wore
a floor length ivory peau da aoie
gown made with lace from her
maternal grandmother's wedding
dress A matching head piece with
bouffant veil of imported silk illu-
sion completed the ensemble, and
she carried her confirmation bible
with a cascade bouquet 01 white
roses.
Miss Barbara Nichols served as
maid of honor and Mrs Harold
Gaffin was the matron of honor
Among bridesmaids were Suzanne
Goodman, Eli-e l.efflcr and Susan
Spaulding.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Gerald Woolf. Serving as uahen
were Allan Krantz. J'eter Wolf,
Warren Miller and Jaj Willkof
New Mrs Goodman is a graduate
il Miami Beach High, attended
Boston University, and is a senior
in the School of Education at the
University of Miami
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
North Miami High, attended the
University of Florida and has a
B A. degree from the University of
Miami He i a member of Phi En-
silon Pi. sonai fraternity.
The couple will honeymoon in
Jamaica
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MIS. DONALD GOODMAN
Mas. UAH ikmi j
Paula Richman Is Noir Mrs. Jurrvtt
Gowned in antique ribbon lace.
Paula Richman exchanged vows
with Alan Jarrett in a Sunday eve-
ning ceremony on Dec 17 at the
Diplomat Country Club Rabbi Si-
mon April officiated and a recef)
lion at the club followed the nup-
tials.
Daughter of Mrs Marion Dea.ns.
2031 SW 62nd PL, and Bernard
Richman. the bride had Ann Jar-
r< It and Fayc Gciunemus as honor
attendants. Penny Sandtxrg. Gay
Angel and Marcia Steele as brides
maids.
New Mrs Jarrett graduated from
the I'niversity of Fior.da in 1967
and is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Plu Sororit)
Now attending the University of
Tennessee School of Medicine the
bridegroom attended the L'nh
lit) of Florida and is a memtx .
Pi Lambda Phi Praternit) He
the son Oi sir i<1 Mrs Jjck
rett. 7426 Gary live
Jeffrey Richman served as b< -
man. with SU u n I Basel, 1- NM I
(el and Roger Gandall as u>."iei-
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the newlvwe-i-
will liva in Memphis. Te-
II Unit HoMay Luncheon
Sunshine C h.,i:cr. B'nji B'rith
Women, will hold a Chamikah
luncheon with a traditional candle.
..ghting ceremony on Tuesday at
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chairman

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Beverly Sha yetcitz
Becomes A Bride
rhe i in Hotel wai H set-
ling M
/ and Harvey Ho slow
Dec 16.
if Mr.
and Mr- lycwil 1371 \K
I61si Si Mi and :i- B< Bres-
ol 1234 NE 151st .>;
il the -in
Rabbi Max Lipschitz performed
the evening ceremon) Mrs. Martin
Kushner >u> her sislei s matron of
ti ni"r Bridesmaids included Mrs.
Edward Dato. Mrs Raymond Wi
lensky, EUen Sue Brown and Wen-
dy Grodin,
Tin- bridegroom's brother. Lenny
BreslOw, served as best man.
Among groomsmen were Raymond
Wilensky, Ronald stem. Bernard
Alvarez and Michael Aumont
Now tcachinu in the Dade Coun-
ty school system, new Mrs. Breslow
is a graduate of Miami Dadc Junior
College and Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity
June Wedding For
Bonnie Dorfman
Mr and Mrs Harold Dorfman,
61S 84th st have announced the
a ement ol tin .. Bon
nie Sue to Gerald Rosi Albert The
prospective bridegroom is the son
'I Mi' and Mrs James M \
1505 \ Michigan Aw
'I'll.- couple plans to be marrii il
June 16, I9(i8
The bride-elect is a graduate ol
Miami Beach High and Mount Si
nai Hospital School of Nursing.
Her fiance is also -t gradu;
Miami Beach llinh. lie attended
Emory University in Atlanta and
\: presently a student at the univer-
sity's school ot dentistrj He is a
life member of Alpha Epsiion Pi
Fraternity and belongs to Alpha
Omega Dental Eratenutv

Warner Kal i
MISS BONNIl DORfAMN
MS. HASVfr BRfSlOW
H r-.- i Kahi
MI'S. GORDON ZIMMfVMAN
Zimmerman* Will
ll( r bridegroom attended Miami val Security Croup in Karamusel.
Fire In Reno. Nev. ^JJ^-SS^t f"*"1;* Tu*y .
from Honda Technical ( nllrgc and The newlyweds will live in North
served with the t'nited States Na Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER-REALTOR
16H48 W. Dixie Hwy. WI 7-2567
Following a honeymoon in Nil
'an Beach and California. Gordon
i Zimmerman Jr. and his
. the former Roslyn Myrna
Mints, win live at 3202 Gypsum
;.i< Reno, N<\
For her wedding, new Mrs Zim-
:ian. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Peter Mint/. 15616 NE 5th A\e.
or.- a light ivory gOWO of peau dc
soie with a chapel length tram
trimmed with a beaded Alencon
border.
Rabbi Marlus Hanson conducted
the Dec 17th nuptials held at the
Kontaineblcau Hotel where a re-
ception in honor of the couple fol-
.owed.
Honor attendants to the bride at
"he Sunday evening ceremony were
her sister. Amy Mintz and Mrs Jon
RMtnbtrt lean l'arnsli and Mrs.
Michael Wyman were bride-maids.
Groomsmen included .Al Mintz.
best man. Michael Wyman and
Steven Mints.
The bride ha a B.A degree in
speech from the University of Flor-
ida, and an MA. decree (ro.n the
University of Arizona in Tucson
She is a member of Delta I'hi Ep
silon SOfOlity, Sigma Alpha Eta.
speech honorary society, and the
Arizona Speech and Hearing Aaso
datioa.
Now on the faculty at the I'm
vers ty of Nevada. Mr. Zimmerman
njs a B.A. degree in economics
(Tom the University of Oregon, and
an MA degree in speech from the
University of Arizona. He belongs
c Mgma Alpha Epsiion Fraternity.
So, omore and Junior Men's lion
orary. and the Speech Association
of America.
Jane llirsch ISoic
Mrs. R. Schecier
Jane Ellen Hirseh and Robert
Philip Schecter were married Tues-
day. Dec. 19, at Beth David Syna-
e.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Georga w Hirseh of Mi-
ami Beach. The bridegroom is the
00 of Mr and Mrs. Abraham
Schecter of Chicago. 111.
Alter a wedding tup to New York
Citj the couple wil live in Coconut
On ve.
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
Jf f SMC
AT ITS FINEST
BOB NOVACK
ORCHESTRAS
INSURE THE SUCCESS Of
WEDDINGS and SAR MITZVAHS
AND All
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
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miii JUDY GOtDMAN
Judy Cold man Is
Prospective Bride
Mr and Mrs I-ouis E. Goldman,
lb' Island Ave have announced the
engagement ol their daughter Judy
to Bruce Sable.
The future bridearoom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs Edwin L Sable of
McKeeaport, Pa.
The bride-elect and her fiance
are both attending Case-Reserve
I nuersity in Cleveland, Ohio.
B'NAI B'RITH Hillel Founda-
tions have received a $60,000 re-
search grant from the Charles E.
Merrill Trust to provide fellow-
ships for campus rabbis.
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with Flowers
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MISS BARBARA [INHOKN
Barbara Einhorn.
Stanley Shapiro
Engaged To Wed
Mr and Mrs Edward Einhorn of
5981 r.(' e Dr arc announcing
the engagement "t then- daughter
Barters Ann. to Stanley Ira Sha
piro
The prospective bridegroom if
the ion of Mi and Mrs. Morrii
Shapiro, 1121 NE lTilth St.
A I'ockiail part) in honor of the
i uiy-beiroihi-d pair "ill be hosted
b) Mm future bride's parents .>i
their home Thursdaj evening,
Dec. 28
The bride l.,; attended the l in-
venstS "' M'aini and is now a
lentai :i: Boston University where
the is majoring in sociology She It
a member "f Alpha BosttOfl I'hi
Sororit)
Her fiance is a graduate i
Rmorj University and is presently
.i sophomore in the university's
denial school ll( serves as vice
president dJ his class and belongs
to Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity,
Alpha Epsilon EpsHon, schola
lonoi arj and Alpha On i ntal
: nity.
The couple plans to be mai i
in June to ng Miss Einhorn's
lation Irnin Bo-tun I
Alivair Is Topic
For DisciMsiioii
\ panel discussion on "Aliyah"
be featured Wedneadaj i ve
. .ii the Jacob C Cohen t on
.nunit) Synagogue.
Participants wiO be Rabbi Alex
ander S Gross, principal oi the
iiebrew Academy, v\ho recently re
turned from Israel, and Itabbi Sher
win Stanbcr. president of the Re-
ligious Zionist Organization of
Greater Miami. Kabbi Tibor H.
Stern will serve as moderator.
The program will be followed by
musical selections presented b>
Cantor Meyer Bngle.
Theme Of Meeting
To Be Chanukah
The Women's Division of the
fewish Convalescenl Hone will
hold a regular meeting at the Al-
giers Hotel on Wednesday .,1 12 M
p.m. A Chanukah candlelighting
ceremony, with music will be the
program of the afternoon
A special Chanukah entertain
menl for the patient- at the H
will be held on Thursday, De< 28,
a! 2 p.m.. .u the Kccreatum Room
oi the Home. 320 ColUni Ave
Mrs Joseph E. Reiser is presi
dent
Roberta Band Is
Engaged To Wed
Mr and Mn Channon Hand 820
\K 178th Ter announce that their
daughter Roberta became engaged
to Barrv Stephen Diamond on
Ho\ 25.
The future bridegroom i- the ion
Of Mr and Mrs Jack Diamond of
411 NT) 164th St A senior at Knox
University, Galeaburg, ill. he will
!c i :\, .i degree in June
Hi- fiancee is a student at the
I niversitj of Miami.
MIAMI BEACH Mayor I
Dermer presents the key to
the city to Joseph Cohen, .
ident of the Jewish Natio
Fund Council ot Greciter '
ami nt the INF annual di i
: which Mr. Cohen v: u
Sl ot honor.
Cavcll To Serve
Vs *6S President1
Jerrj Cavell was elected presi
oVnt ol the Southeast Region of
the National Federation ol Jewish
Men Clubs during the recent con
i i held here at the Carillon
Hotel
Officers who will serve with him
\ln Schoi i. Sydney \ < vy, Da\ i
Braun, Jack Birnhaum. Al Silbert,
Barnes Cartell and Louis Fried
man. vice presidents; Walter Moas
Bill II ies; Aaron
Sti inberg treasurer
Rabbi Allen Kutchik. director
Southeast Region United Syne
ie of America, will serve as
spiritual advisor.
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I Chanukah candlelighting cere
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I .1 membership meeting ol the
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Friday. December, 22. .
Dr. Eisendrath On
Convention Agenda
For Educators
Rabbi Maurice \ Eisen
(l.'nt >! the '
ii ev Co will I
e Natioi
Association of Temple Educal
.1 UAHC arm holds it> 13th annual
c invention.
i lie conclat < ill be based ;it
the Poor Ambassadors (rain De
24 i Dec 28 Dr Eisendr
alk is scheduled for the final ban-
cm Dec 28.
Others who will address the
group arc Rabbi Eugene B B
* /. pro! id t of education at the
>' iiool of Education, Hebrew Union
' Hi. J 'wish Institute ol Ri li
: who will speak on "Authority
jihI Fret Di '' Fox
I ol ph los '' hj < Hlio Stale
l liversitj ik on the
-. Mi<- topic from "An ither \
: Rabbi '. tional
rector oi education, i AHC
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Off EISINDRA7H
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Theme of the gathering this yeai
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SERVE SOME TONIGHT!
Remember how good
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Free Loan Group
Reelects Schwartz
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Of! Mr
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vice presidents; B ippaport,
treasurer; Zelda Kunst, Fred Ochs,
Harr) Gitlin. secretaries
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What treats to serve your family and guests! Kraft Whipped
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different flavors create big excitement for bagels, sandwiches, party
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*Jcni uiz Box
ft it rhe> traditions! Jewish
regarding Hi* recent
t transplant?
latever may !.< said bout this
pet. it should b' clearly stated
in f;nal absolute view may lie
[tn have been full> formed yet
fc< > are still beins made among
l-h halachic icholars regarding
|rjn>plantini; of human organs
he dead to the living. What
aid with relative aaaur
that, in the case of the
transplant, where the :
i garded in a tate of emer-
.1 matter of life or
Jewish law would general!)
ken liberal vfcwp nt because
iner.il tendency to permit
to require' the abr
ertain prohibitions when
natter of iat
^ ludi
|eriving an

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lant. Jew
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Jsi ,,f the corpse and any
ii not
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to ,i number of n'..< i
Ipwish law, -i;.
when the donor is con-
'i tall) dead and ih-' re-
be next of
.-- of a decease i i
not been fully buried
lerallj i" tie judged
i.il merit.
[ itfng to note that
. .. tendencj ol any
: rmit cornea! trans-
lance with Jew Ish
dtouM b stated in
then h..ve been
\ on forbidding such a
Bow "i nions
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WALKING ON AIR
Al and Erma Podvin are iiterallv walking on
air these days. From being merel) parents, ud-
aeniy ibe) are now grandparents, twice! Their
daughter, Judy, now Mrs Hiliel Meyen didn't
give them much time to recover from bem-
grandparents the first Lime when son Robert
I Odvin became father of a boy whose real name
is. Scott. Robert and his wife Merrily, call the
baby the .ioi!> Green Giant because he's onh
two months old and already weighs IS pounds'
-' Meyers first baby Is a girl. Carrie Robin
Tfte other set of grandparents are Norman and
Sylvia Meyers
THE DOOR FLEW OPEN.
Ruth and S im Fox went < er ster's
e topics it father, Jai her
' her I isband, 'he Paul l> .-
**r "-"hen they honked their
i
rheo >>r fl< w
n
1 er supper pai
i ersarj
to and lots of i
F th.
tree that a
o Tulane. The paint.i
the wall i! the ; Or
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Mr.
an Mrs David | Mrs M I
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- three summ. rs
!; Sol nr. and
no are their onij
SOME LIKEC II YES-SOME L'KED IT. NO
Trie last
': irith Florida i vi --.-..
terrificthai me Joni faJ<
wen te dejecti thej both m t to Fl
scho They had .. ir oldest witl
I r K n th< !..> be was bi ,
files h< S taller I m dad' For i
and Aaron Kani er I id planned .
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fron .. s ifter thn > ..
and was read)
'Ih. i. .. eat, but
th U* mu..i-
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The .
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Couldni find them but saw Vera and Eddi.
kin. Joe Gasson, lookin ; very lawyerish In a dark
sun. was buying Coca-< olas like mad for every-
one around him and his wife Martin and Doroth)
Spector toihne up the stairs. Martin was reading
the Wall Street Journal When it is time for a
touchdown. Dorothy gives him a poke and he
looks. She says that he has been reading at foot-
ball names ever since their courting days over
25 years ago. All of Harold and Phyliss Tanner's
fnends were at the game to see their son Steve
Play He s on the University of Florida team and
IS excellent (my husband tells me>. When he was
hurt and camel off the field on a stretcher
Harold sprint. :r,, :.k(. .
bulance with hm |.
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Sue Rubin. Marl
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as irv ng an : A lele Sharlin, and Carolee
artley.
HOME AGAIN
Rebecca fMrs liar- Gold
r a nostalgic tr.p to Bart p. Okli
the Bar Mitzvah ler preat-n. R
Graff Her sist > all
a reunion ....
vew Orleans to mil
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Capt. Sedlik of Miami
Back From Viet Nam
('apt .ia> Sedlik, son of Mr and
Mrs. Nat Sedlik. 221 S\V 48th Ave .
hi I returned from his tour of dut)
m Viet Nam. where he earned the
Air Medal and the Bronze Star for
exceptional achievement."
At the airport to meet him were
his wife. Berniee. and their chil-
dren. Jeffrey. Scott and Sheri Beth
Capt. Sedlik will go 10 the Untvei
lit] of Southern California for two
months to complete his doctoral dis-
sertation before reporting for his
next assignment at the Air Force
Academy in Colorado Spring!
look ma
no pits!
The tastiest prunes ever...
fresh-fruit flavor, moist and
tender, and instant me-
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package! That's the marvel
of new super-tenderized
Sunsweet Prunes ... today,
no pits. Everyday ..
Abi Gezunt with
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K KOSHER PARVE
Schachter Starts
20th Season Of
\aricl\ Shows
Leon Schachtei mark- his 20th
season ol producing Yiddish-
American itage shows on Miami
Beach with the opening presents
tion on Fridaj at the Cinema
Theatre
Mi Schachter directed and
red in main plays during ins yean
in New York City. Since coming
' i Florida he ha- turned to musi-
cals and comedy, starring manj
performers Ironi the Yiddi-h and
American theatre in a succession
Ol variety revues. For the last HI
years, he has travel'*d to Israel and
Europe to bring the best ..i enter-
tainment to this country
In addition to three shows daily
fiom 1 p.m. to midnight, the Cin-
ema llu.are also shows a feature
film
/Mrs. Dermer Hosts Brunch
Mrs .lay Dermer will host a
memher-hring-a member brunch at
her home. 2525 Flamingo PI., for
the Women's League lor Israel.
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter, on
Thursday. Dec 28. at 11:30 a Bl
Holiday Theme it
innual UmcNk&n
iml Women's aumI
. annual nanukan
x ,,. Hotel llelighting
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Mrs V
i:irv presutk
Silverman auxil
ve the ''s
s. and Mrs M
of wclcoineV. ,,
n will deliver OR
Mi- Ben Orlow, membershi
n in will introdiu
In char [e of
Mrs Anri I .mm and
Doris orlow
for HOLIDAY
^and Everyda
nvucaiiuu .
Efs.is\jTipPer/eciSoii
itions are u L.-.J
Mrs
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II you
ng
meat and fw
LION SCHACHJfK
Riverside Plans New Chapel
Ground breaking for a new R .
erside Memorial chapel at 16660
ME lS>th Ave. North Miami Beach,
is planned lor March 1st Leonard
Zilbert. vice president of the '
nopa" i.....i, organization, said that
the building would cost $400,000.
i-r in a .-,,ii.i, e tnoi r. and would
be Kiverside s large! chapel.
(ala Celebration
To Mark HolifkiY
Temple Zion lundaj School
dents will stag,- .. gala Chnnukah
celebration with *kit< and commu
nit> ainglng on Tuesday al 7 p m
Added attraction will he the ap
pearance "I a mamcian. and holi
lay melodies presented t>> Jeffrey
Brant of the Hebrew School
Mrs Marjorie Frei. choi'r direc-
tor i- 'ii charge o.' the pro'ram
Even Grandpa can't be hoodwinked
when it comes to quality dairy.
Just like grandma, he knows sunny-morning freshness and
quality when he tastes it. Grandpa enjoys it in all of Break-
stone's dairy products.
One delicious way or another, Breakstone's belongs on every
family's table. You're never too old (or too young) to start
the Breakstone tradition.
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FnJ.iy, ?r 22 19c7
Section C
Menorah: Symbol of Chanukah and Judaism
CJMraA WeJfcart OfCLnuU To this day. the menorah remains rhe
best-known Jew.sh symbol, and its
significance in Jew.sh life is great.
. is rhiS so during the e
day Chanukah festival, when the lights
are kindled in the evenings and the
blessings are recited over them in Jew-
ish homes throughout the world.
America, as everywhere else that the
us festival is celebrated, the hear'
of the observance is the eight-branch-
candelabra with an additional Ugh-
kindled for each successive day of the
holiday.


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Chanukah Brought I p To Date
By SAMUEL SILVER
\ -. ml ii ;ettabk t Da;
Mother, I wiU nevei disbeliev.

n is hard to discredit miracle* if you see one
before your very i
Aj Chanukah comes back to ui again, we el
thai we shall celebrate it thi- jrear ith extra
fervor We have always admired 'he story th'
Maccabees, but today's "fightms Jew- in i-raei
have brought the holiday up to date Thej have
n!> emulated their ancient prtdeeeaatMl UK)
have outdone them
\ yel Chanukah and its m i '
urgently needed today Tvt the way in which the
holiday has been transmitted to u- provide* an
antidote to jubilation eaaataaively motivated by mc-
:eaaful aeRigeremie
Ourta ai karae. always ca itloned ui not i
all-out u she v. hanukah he-or la over the military
achiewmetju ha the atory They haw streasad the
I M ind not only tr.-t Judah and h -
men la ifM Well but al-o to prize what they to
(or.
v *. the purpose, of their irucie was aot
prove thai they eooW defeat the enemy It wai
,_:ne: to e-'ahlish the principle Oi reUgMRM
liberty
ibleat trait of today Hacceboea in la*
rd,I r abstention from vindictnenes.* Men
Mfd b] n enemy who promised to exterminate
the)
a ,: the) vanquished N
v-engeanea Today's heroes In lai h
, m df the foe, hot the real
of the foe of the evil intent,on- ur.
ion
When you confront an Antiochus
tntiochua like Naaaer, there an
One ka that you may be beaten T
oven worse that, if you defeat him, ) BS]
, mah to Ma tactics or hi* outlook. Than) hmfa
that the wisdom of our sane-. ttsOM *!
luiaJ leaderahip to the Haamoni
vide th' same moral guid i
ha- kept u- from capitulating to the
enemy after overcoming him in I
Bjokah extend* beyond :ht
It is a time of family gathering.- tor thi
log oi the yoyi of the home. It ia a I
ling o! the candles, symbo.
\., can bun- to our loved one- and I
In M easdssa for prayer- .
, l; rce at strength W
1. a better life it is a time of | ft
a -o to cause- whii h
a at>d brotherhood m -
It i- DOl enough to 'retell ".he Ui
kV ;-; SB act that we are Wrt
> .ravulous events m which, working
with the Author of l~fe, we bnnj
-tate of Chanukah. le. of dedication I
ire
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Froot.sp-ece of Section C shows M.ss Phyllis Remhard of Miami Beach
a sophmore at Yesh.va Un.vers.ty's Stern College for Women, hghtmg the
trad.t.onal .^norah in celebration of Chanukah M,ss Remhard is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Remhard, 3490 Prame Ave M.am, Beach
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Struggle For Religious Freedom
By PHILIP RUBIN
The Chanukah week, which Jews aPjncr the
world are now celebrating far #*Jht 419? b> the
,g of candles, by special prayers **d by the
giving of gifts, once a**m. serves to rernimi u*
that Jews were the first nation known to history
who put up a fight for religious freedomand won.
Chanukah celebrates the revolt led by Judas
Maccabeus and bis four brothers in the year 169
B.C.E., more than two thousand years ago. against
the tyrannical Creek-Syrian king. Antiochus Epi-
phanes. who was then ruling Palestine and wanted
to impose Greek pagan rites upon the Jews and
destroy their own monotheistic religion. One of the
means for accomplishing this which Antiochus
((I was to order some of his soldiers stationed
in Jerusalem to defile the Jewish Temple there.
since the Jerusalem Temple was the very center
;ious life in the country
After a short but bitter struggle the Macca
beans won the fight against the hordes of Anti-
ochus cleansed the Temple and relighted there
the candles, which by a m;racle. so tradition has it.
burned for eight days instead of the one da> they
would normally burn That is why wc call Chanu-
kah the Festival of Lights
The story of the Maccabean revolt is told in
the Book of Maccabees, one of the Apocryphal
books which did not get into the authorized Bible
at the time it was decided Which
latorkal, legalistic, prophetic. (k : ,
.^.uujuiaung in tbejevn-h ,
lien over nW*eelurie, shauM i,
part of the Jewish Sacred Scriptures
R:t>!e..*bMh Christians hrtcrwallcd ih
ment Apparently the Book of the M
considered too recent, too new. to i.
the Hebrew Bible. But it is a curiou-
Roman Catholic Church does include B >k"0i
the Maccabees and other Apocrypha! ,
Bibre Though the Jews Hd not take in
the Maccabees in their Bible. the> |
commemorate the Maccabean revolt
dedication of the Jerusalem Temple l>\
an eight day semi holiday every feai
With the 35th day of the Hebrew moi
The struggle for religious free
right to wor-hip according to the dictati
conscience, has been going on for Uv
thousand years at various times in vai
the world The early Christians were i>.
the pagan authorities of the Roman En
cause the) wouldn't regard the Roman 1
as a sort of goo and wouldn't bow down I
age In later ages Orthodox Christians tin
began persecuting all who dissented from !
cially endorsed Chri.stian creed, and that i:
not only Jews and Moslems but also Christ:.,
Cwwinuod on Rev* 14-C
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The Wind* Of Change In Iran
B, GEORGE SCHRIEBER
sheltered by the western mountein range* ol
,,,,. ,h, town of Buried is about as remote
from the 20th century as a place can be Burujirt *
M-veral thousand JeWl have never known any other
place Even the more adventurous amonfi them,
the itinerant pack earners who are the only link
with the outs.de world, have seldom ventured be
vond Hamadan. from which they brine news of the
conditions of the venerated tomb of Queen MM
and Mordecai
The orimns of Burujird are lost in the mist- <>f
antiquity, which probably doesn't matter very much
to its inhabitants for whom past and present are
woven into a cycle of timelessness.
At hast one native succeeded in breakinR out
la>t vcar. and dramatically at that Dressed in the
western-style suit which is the appropriate uniform
i,r what he has become. Sayah. who >pent the first
fifteen years of his life in chanceless Burujird.
tood before the Shah of Iran, to have the royal
medal for meritorious scholastic chlevemenl pin
ned to his lapel
Sayah s journey to thi> peak of eminence bs
gan with I rumor Word reached the community of
Burujird fivs years tgo about a school in the capital
of Teheran which accepted Jewish youths for the
kind of education that led to openings m the ne
industries Sayan's father, who had inherited the
family s anrcstral vocation of old clothes pi
made the daeMSA. He would send the first* ,,,
his six children
Why a voting man of Sa\ah\ I,.,,. ,n(j
should take to physics and mathematics ., < ;t
were second nature was a mystery to his teachen
at the OHT schools, but he did When lbs f rsl n
frmeration course in all Iran was opened it ihf
school. Sayah was aligned to it
Consistently chalking up top grades
him his prize But perhaps the greater pr..
own transformation, the process which has _, ned
him admittance to Iran's still small circle : :hr
technical elite
He shares his new identity w.th U ex|
generation of Jewish youth who have been nurt irl
in the same incubator for human modern tation
which the ORT school is. This school ha> bei
sponsible for the first Jewish electrician:
mechanics, toolmakens. electronics special,
meal draftsmen, refrigeration technicians .. **||
u two-lanfuage secretaries m Iran
It has granted this hitherto undream,
portunity not only to the youngsters of Teheran
where the school us located, or to a boy from Buru
)ird. but equally to those who arrive each year
distant villages Of the Great Salt Desert wh
Continued on fag* t3-C
TO i.OHS 1 HOSE\ PEOPM.E .
May Peace and Happiness, Good Health. Good Friends,
Good Cheer be yours Today and Everyday throughout
the Year
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PHONE 759-1511
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1527 WASHINGTON AVE.
ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE: 531 6439
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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1421 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami
Telephone 43 SI 721
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272 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables
Phone 443-1633
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*Jknis I fP'f u kttan

In Fiction: The First English Zionist
By HERBERT L. CARSON
The story of modern Zionism often begins
with a Jew who seeks bis identity not among his
own people but by becoming assimilated with
others. This attempt at assimilation, however
usually ends in disillusionment. The experience
results in closer ties with the religion and often
in the development of a Zionist conscience.
Such a history is true of the Haskalah in Rus-
sia, the enlightenment movement which ended in
the harsh measures and ultimately the anti-Jewish
laws of 1881. Similarly, many outstanding Zionists
followed the path of enlightenment, disillusionment.
and Zionist reaffirmation. Moses Mess worked his
way back to Jewish identity and Zionism over a
period of twenty years. Leo I'insker was so af-
fected by the 1881 Odessa program that he re-
nounced Haskalah for what he termed "Auto-
Kmancipation."
Even the major figure of modern Zionism.
Theodore Ifcrzl. was an assimilationist. It took ..
French mob. howling -Death to the Jews at
l>rryfu*. to convert ller/l He left his dapper path
as an enlightened European and followed the
viikraarj trail of Zionism Herd's renewed Ju-
daism occurred in the year 18!i.i
Kariier than many an ardent Zionist, a fie
tional character expressed the ideals of "Auto-
KmaiK'tpalion and of a Jewish homeland This
Continued on Pag* 10-C
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Best Wuhes To All
For A Happy Chanukah
INTERAMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
AT SUNNY ISLES
290 Sunny Isles Boulevard
Miami Beach, Florida 33160
Telephone 949-2121
Norman M. Giller, President
happy chanukah
the cobbs fruit company
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925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 371-5554
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605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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5B14 SUNSET DR., SOUTH MIAMI
Telephone 6664184
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MasadaA Fight For Freedom
By BEN G. FRANK
Each spring thousan<1> of young Israeli bo\s
and cirls climb trlr fortress of Masada. a precipi-
tous rock formation where almost 19 centuries
small jjrmip of Je*waJi zealots wrote am esne
ih.ipter in resistance history.
Today the climb, especial!) for youth move
m in youngsters, il OOl made for physical endur-
Though it takes a lot of stamina to get to the
top of the fortress. 1.300 feet above the Head Sea
It is an educational experience, too. For in the
V, in those ancient days, Jews fought off the
Roman Legions for three years Tiien. besieged by
the powerfully equipped Konianv tbe last 960> de-
fender*. "cho.se to die U free men In company
with their wives and children, they elected suicide
b) sword and flame 'rather than surrender into
rj '
Appropriate throughout the year, but especial
Chanukah time, therefore, is the Jewish Mu-
seum's title of its newest exhibition, Masada. A
Struggle for Freedom." which Opened aj the Uu
scum at Fifth Avenue and 92ml Street this fall and
nins through Feb. 18. The exhibit at the Jewish
Museum, which is operated by the Jewish The.-
logica) Seminary of America, recreates in a major
archeological exhibition this dramatic event of
history-, the zealots' last stand at Masada.
AJse shown, of course, is the grandeur of an-
cient kings, palaces and landscape* Ureaja tlu
exhibit has drawn thousands More thin
people saw the exhibition in the first four weeks'*
The life of the zealots while under .,, m
the massive, final attark on their j
among the highlights of the exhibition Archeolo
cal findings from the Bar Kochba re>ol: ( tftiy
A.P during the second Jewish uprising ..,
Romans, are shown in a special section .
exhibit
The exhibition takes up two floors ol tn- 1
tih Museum Thus, the story of the iVbtilioa jf -,,
Judean wilderness is reconstructed in deU .
*mall models in a panoramic show.
The thousand* who already have teen ) .
play also are getting a taste of th.
that ha- been inherent in Jew
. Rock itaeH has txen called "a pla< .
which tune has turned into a sj
.i in'w nation K\er> rounf
ers it a sell impo-ed duty to make a ; .
:he fortress
Morroxcr. the thousands who haw
i thibition at the Jewish Museum arc also ol
an excellent education in archeology p.-: > v*M
attending the show which has drawn > ; inj
old alike, one has the- feeling that with Uu
Continued en Paea 11-C
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Sameth Piepgras Realty Co., Inc.
REALTORS
SAUS -RENTALS R.s.cieniial Commfcial Industrial
976 E. 25tfi Street Phone 691-7071
NIAICAH
LEON C. McASKILL
Of
McAskill Publishing Company
Mil N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wonta to Wish AU of His Friend*
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
41 HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL i|
RUTH AND JACK POPICK
Mechanic's Uniform Service
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
Ph. FR 7-4631
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MH PO\T PLATA UARBEH SHOP
300 RISCAVNE RLVD. WAV, MIAMI
Prior* 374-907*
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Phone 945 7531
ALSO FT. LAUDERDALE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MmnAirs sweatei shop
1401 WASHINGTON AVE MIAMI REACH
PHon 538-5055
:
Royal Tours, Inc
RR MIRACIE MILE
CORAL GABIES
PHONE: 444-2515
HOLIDAY GREETL\-V
CENTRAL
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Miami
MU $-1514
Holiday Geael
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COMPANY, JEWELERS
139 N.E. lstStree
Miami- 374-66 14
Holiday G:-
PERKINS MARINE
LAMP & HARDWARE
CORP.
16490 N.W 13rhA
Miami, Honda
Phone 621 7525
HOLIDAY GRFfT-N^i
To All Our Friends & Pa"-*"
MIAMI BEACH
KEY SHOP
RIO-5th STREET
Phone 538-540
I. H. BROWN
I


Friday. December 22, 1967
*,Jenist>noriariatr7
Page 9-C
Dr. Enrique R. Fabrigat (second
from lelt). former Uruguayan
e to the United
Nations, and a member of the
UN Con:mission on Palestine,
was honored by Amer. :cm
Zionists recently on the occa-
sion of the 20th anniversary of
the adoption by the UN of the
parti:. .ution which call-
ed for the creation of the Jew-
ish State. Others shown (from
left) include: Ambassador Joel
Barromi of the Israel Mission
to the UN; Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, chairman of the Herzl
Institute and Dr. Joseph B.
Schechtman of the Age:
**^^^^***^******^^^^^wvwvwww
Newcomers from Eastern Em 1th
Mi : -'. their arrival in the Uniti I
e to celebrate Choi
:om. They were assisted in their mi-
irati n md resettlement by the Unit
Service, which this year will aid
BOOM 6.500 Jewish men, women and
iren to establish new lives.
MMMM^MAAAAA^AAMMMWVWWVWW
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning A Painting
373-B125- 47-4-445
Greetings to Our
Jewish Fiiends
hoi in ti
CAFETBtUA
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"Eating into Dimnq"
BBCAYNE BOULEVARD
AT 83rd STREET
TO AIL
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BBEBMA
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2123 N. MIAMI AVE.
DUI 373-9725
BftEMA S. KERN, President
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BALDWIN
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BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
MOW HI Mill
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GREETINGS
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rat mi rrn caw
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M*. AN MH.
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Directors
Dorothy A. Wkfci. R. N.
Oireeter Nurnnj
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACCOUNTS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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Orer 20 Yearn
Invatne Tax Experience
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PI 4-1439
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lii Fiction: Hit' First English Zionist
Continued from Pag* 7-C
Hctional individual, (be title character of George
Eliot's novel "Daniel Deronda, *aa not raised u
. Jew. Hit life and nil cultural background were
completely Christian. He was not Merely a-simi-
lilted, he did not e\en know his real religion. Vet,
a series of events put Derondj in contact with
various Jews, eapeciall] a visionsr) who combined
scholarship with progressivi Ideals Thus, when Do-
ronda learned about his real identity and his real
religion, be was prepared to adopt that religion.
Such a choice must have been shocking to
Englishmen at the time of the novaj'i publication
in 1876 Imagine a person who had been raised in
an upper-class, typicall) Engliah Chriatlai family
suddenly forsaking his background and training for
his blood heritage The situation WIS -hocking to
the readers. But the novelisl George Eliot >the pen
name was adopted by Mary' Anne Evansi had a
liberality and a vision that wont beyond the nar-
row world of hor time She could already see the
Zionist impulse.- that wore to become so important
in later years. The dreams of the German Orthodox
Kabbi Zvi Hirsch Kalischer id 18?0i. the ideals of
Moses Bess expressed, in "Koine and Jerusalem '
11862i. the hopes of the Chibat Tuyon (Love of
Zion) movement of I'mskerall of these are e\
pressed in what Is otherwise a typic.iih Victorian
and English novel
George Eliot was a- much a moralist as the
.i- .i novelist, she found inspiration in the real
She asked. 'Have 1 any time u, .,., ,.
that never existed' Her answer
on
wa> j
negative Although not a Jew hen
in hi
novel she described ideals of Jewish idem
religious pride, and of Zionist hoi*. Hei
Daniel Deronda. once he is aware of h;. hettta-,'
becomes assimilated with his religion rathei
with the English society around him He be
one of the earliest of Zionists. Deronda wai
believer in the Jewish state while main i.
d.Sjf/hsJ their identity in a search for
through assimilation
Deronda explains his mission to a nor .^.u
English lady who loves him: -The ides that 1
possessed with is that of restoring a pohtu ,; ,v
istence to my people, making thorn a nan., jMm
giving them a national center That u ,.,
which presents itself to mo as a duty: 1 am r
to devote my life to it At the least, i n
a movement in other minds. uch us h, Krii
awakened in my own
In Daniel Deronda.'' George Bliol poi rs |
man of superior English attainments who ..
accepts the surprise of a Jewish bsjrita i
demands of a Jewish responsihilitv 11.
duty, he gives thai duty his (fe-votio
fictional L> i it la did indeed "awaken a
in other mind-
George Eliot va raised an AflgUcan S
an admirer <>( Spinosa whose "Ethics
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I novel huh Iralurod the fnt major I
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* Jen islf fkrfafter.

VlasadaA Fight Tor Freedom
Continued from Page 8-C
exhibition the sturly of ancient Israel, too. will bt
mom nrevalent'here in the years to come.
n0 exhibition has an additional meaning Now
Ann: CM Jewry has an opportunity to see the work
of op- of the world's leading Biblical archeologists.
He : Dr. Yijjael Yadin. director of the Masada
art-r "logical expedition and of the Cave ot Letters
when the Bar Kochba discoveries were made. His
1963-t>5 Masada campaign is regarded as one of
the p >t daring and successful archeological expe-
dltiot of the century.
A few small advertisements for volunteers
broi.;it thousands of willing hands to conduct the
dig 03 Masada. Some 5.000 volunteers from 28 dif
ferest countries traveled to Israel at their own
cxrw -e to join the campaign. During the two-week
stir: ; llowed to each of the volunteer archeologists
thev -ose at 4:.'0 a.m. and worked ten hour days m
tern- raturrs th.it ringed from below freezing to
mnr' "han 90 degrees, The volunteers lived at the
bow >f Masada in tents thai were occasionally
blow away by fierce desarl winds. The results of
Or '. sdln's Masada excavations formed tins, the
mos: significant exhibition to be held at the Jewish
Mu- ii since its opening 20 years ago
no highlight of the exhibition is the letters
fro:: arsons seeking to become volunteers (it the
dii
one realizes at the exhibit a vivid sense of
ancient history There an. models and reconstruc
tiona ol zealot and Roman buildings and the use ol
hundreds of artifacts from Masada and Bar Kochba
archeological equipment, photomurals. color film
projections, voice recordings, special lighting and
charts and maps A film shows the massive Rock
from many views
During a visit to the exhibition, many are at
traded by the section on the excavations. Shown
are some ol the typical pieces of equipment used by
Dr. Yadin's expedition: Rope ladders, safety belts
and canvas buckets.
There is also a human side of the exhibit, too.
The life of the besieged people on Masada is shown
l)> a large model of the interior of a typical zealot
dwelling, built between the walls circling the top
of the plateau. In it are such utensils as cooking
stoves and lamps and sections of palace column-
used as -eats and tables Although isolated, the
zealot community tried to lead a normal life. A
"vanit) corner' su-^e>ts that the women cared for
their appearance, as revealed by such finds ;<-
combs, parls of mirrors, ointments, mascara bot-
tles and jewelry
Also on display are hundreds of bronze coins
of 'he Jewish revolt, (56-73 A.I).
One ol the most dramatic sections m the Jew-
Continued on Paq 1S-C
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ly Dece-ber 22 1967
Jfewiff. Fkradiar
Page 13-C
i
The Winds Of Change In Iran
Continued from Page 6-C
came! caravan is still the mam link with th< ojil
tide woaM. and from Shlraz end Isfahan, whose
Jewi trace their history to the time of Cyrus (he
Great.
* *
The school's dormitories are their homes for
three or four years. Four meals a day. clothing,
medical attention, recreation, holiday observances,
sports, excursions, contact with the community, all
are arranged under the school's auspices.
To speak of the Teheran ORT Center as a
school is misleading It is more like an educational
City, performing multiple functions, and with mul-
tiple facilities on the premises which make it prac
ticaliy self sufficient.
There are three levels of schooling for 1*.\-
geared to differing aptitudes and goals Similarly.
three categories of schoolingvocational, tech-
nical, and post secondary advancedare available
:rl.
A beauticians' school, located off the p:>
( will be incorporated within the complex this
j ear
The secretarial school il the only one in Iran
which produces executive class secretaries, adtpt
in both Persian and English. An ultra modern,
electronical!) equipped language laboratory is o .
of the teaching aids.
A visitor's first reaction is astonishment After
all. this i> Iran, in Asia Yet. the array of intricate
equipment, scientific devices, and machines would
, be difficult to match even in technical institute, of
industrially advanced countries.
"* "In a society which consigns women to sub-
servience, the ORT Director was able to report
last year that "graduates of our secretarial section
now work in the offices of the National Plan Or-
ganization. the Prime Minister's office and the
petroleum companies. A few years ago. their par-
ents would not even consider allowing them to
work at all.
"The majority of otir students have always
come from among the most indigent." he observes.
"The training of 2.634 graduates over the years
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Struggle For Religious Freedom
Continued from Page 4-C
Interpreted Ihc leaehingi 1 J< <<- differently from
Mr Orthodox < a-holu Church The Inquisition .<-
-! up im Spain and Jew- and othtn were burned
.il the -take, in France there was the St H.irth'il
omen I>ay mas-aere <>i thousands >( Piolailairti
[called Huguenots) i>> Roman Catholiei In the 10th
eeiitiio
Jews wore forced t" live in ghettoes, and in
the 17th century, less than a hundred wars after
Luther in Cermanj had lad the Protestant revolt
gains) Catholicism, there was a Thirty Years War
in the German speaking countries in which for
three decadai Catholics and Protaatanta kept mur
dering each other because ol their differing re
HI-
It was only toward the end of the 18th ccntur>
with the coming ol the American and French Revo
lutiona, that the idea of religious toleration t> to dawn upon the |xi|Milatmils of the Western world.
But this toleration, this revolt against religious fa
naticism, which denied freedom of expression to
any seel but its own, started, we ha\e to admit.
with a revolt against all the historic religions
Christianity, both Catholic and Protestant, ami Ju
out oi which Christianity had sprim. In the
ni wl> formed United States of America, which had
become an independent republic aftei overttl
ing British rule, Thomas Fame, a eerj influential
revolutionary writer ami pro| -:. in his
pamphlet The Ago "t Reason
'oil,- religions

lii France the revolution!- -
Lhe intellectual leader- of the R<
avail lurther than some of the Intelli
ol the Amertran Revolution While I
leaders of the American Revolution
-elves Heists, that Is. believer- !: i > ,
disbelievers in the authority of am >
French intellectual rrhel* were reai.v
when thev took over the power from tl
monarchy and nobility, tried to enthroiu
d.....f Reason," aboli-hed Christian ha
even the Christian calendar BUbatitutini
new calendar of their own After turmoil \ |
war died down in France and Nj(>o|e i|
dcclamd himself Kmpcrnr and took all
mental powers m his hands, the h '
reestablished themselves in the countrv >>
ami -'ate were -eparated. and rcligio I
for all sects wa- proclaimed
In North America this separation ,.
and slate and COOSequeat toleration ol a!l r.
groups ha.I been proclaimed yeai
Bill ol Righti hich was attat bed to thx i
*l the I'nited State- and is -till hinctl
In this 20th lenturv the struggle for n
liber!) ha- suffered -<>me severe nrvi
in Communist Russia where the threi
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i" A? ist ITH-t if ii-litr
re th( .:n sufferers from the fai ia
1 ; rel i oi Comn
mdpci i utes the ol
heistic r. :. ;.,.,.,. which |||(. s
f 0 Ihodox .- thi
k:tun <.f this persecution because the Communist
Judaism's internaUonal con-
: au and so n tries to pulverize Judaism by
deayiag rabbis the right to be present at interna-
tional Jewish conferences and by even forbidding
the formation of a national federation of syna
-. an intercommunication of Jewish congre-
ations, within Russia itself. Why it forbids "the
lean to form such a national federation and to
communicate With their brethren abroad while
lowing these things to smh Christian sects as the
Ireek Orthodox, the Baptists and the Armenians,
law a puzzle to those of us who are living In
free democracies
Russ,an Jews cannot even formally protest
gainst such treatment Only an indirect protest,
>..ch as the presence of thousand- of Jewish young
men singing and 'lancinR on Simchat Torah in front
f one or two Moscow synagogues as a symbol of
resentment of the treatment of the Jewish religion
there, ii permitted by the authorities And so the
fighl for the equal treatment of Judaism with the
ther religions in the t sm; must mainly be
d OB from abroad mm b<- conducted by the
lews of the United SI tes ind the other fre<
Deraciee
Thus we see that trn ggle for relig
rtiiom (Hi the part of Jews ami other- in \arious
arts of :hc world has not been completel)
i Fascist Spain and u ev< a] Latin Amet
i 'untries. Protestants arc not permitted by the
i i "
the Old
Amish and Jehovah's Witm -
plain of religious discrimination against them bj
governmental authorities and the public general!)
We can only hope for the arrival of a time in
the near future when both government and the
public will -rant full rights to all religious groups
who observe the elementary decencies, the ethical
principles which are common to all mankind, to
worship Cod as they please and to live the kind of
life which they believe that God has ordained for
them
MasadaA Fight
For Freedom
Continued from Page 11-C
ish Museum's exhibition is the one where the \
enters a darkened room with flame and smoke
seething on one wall. An obelisk in front of the
wall contain- the lots drawn by zealot leaders to
decide who would put the others to death Against
the flames are Elerfzar ben Yafifs last words to his
people "Come! While our hand.-- are free and can
hold the -word let us leave the world a- free men
in company with our wives and children-."
Indeed, the whole exhibit is one where a person
can see why Masada is a national shine in Israel.
Many would .-ay. after seeing the exhibit, it should
be world ahrine, for the desire for freedom is
universal.
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MATTATHIAS...
Father of Religious Freedom
Father ot Juduh who led ihc Vfaccabea ,- in
against ihc S\ i M [lathias maj be called
(he I ather ol religious I rcedom." I or il was he who
struck the first blow I m of worship I
others: "Whosoc\< .cs the Law. andmamt.....sti-d/l
Covenant, tolluw me."
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19th cennuv artrM
dramatic and prolific ; j:cai
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CZ/nmitLi/i ^y4nJ\Science &4nd\JvliracLs 3n Oi/r Jjnx/
By ARON RIMON
Tin- HUjei ol the Talmud, we arr told, debated
the ';. stloe ( the < 'hanokah candid
Beth Shamai, the more conservative school,
held to Hi.- v lew thai on the first ni^h; of Oianukah.
all eight candles should be In and progressively
reduced by on.- on each succeeding night Tin- "*
in a,,oni .Min the doctrine "i the Beth Shamai
which stated thai Israel must always look back to
the !d a- tlu- lime ol greatest splendoi
Beth Hillel, howevn held to the contrao SI,'NS
on (be ,,,m night oi i iK.nukah one candk should
I.,- In and on each succeeding night another candle
added, as the house <>f Hillel believed that Israel
must alwa>s look to tin- future a- "ic """' "' "s
greatest glory
The adopted rule is In accordance with the
liberal school of Hillel; that the past, however
th.it past was, i- to be eclipsed in the future
Tht- doctrine of Hillel ii radical. Israel ha-
witnessed man> nre.it miracles The Bible and the
prayer book recite the stories of these miracles of
the past Yet Hillel, the Rreat man among the
rabbis of two thousand yean ago, went so far as to
suggest that they were to lie outdone in the future
Anil indeed the course ol histor) seems to SUg-
net ih.it man i- ever witnessing development-, one
more miraculous th.in the other We talk ol laser
beams ol light performing surgery, ol reaching the
moon and what nol We are told thai these an
miracles but the works of science but is ih.u more
than a matter ol terminology?
Eliyahu ha Navi the mystic ol old, said he
could in several steps traverse the whole space ol
tin earth Now science contemplates such religious
visions ,,s possibilities Either we must conclude
that s.-icnce ha- an element ol the religious 01 re-
Ml jn element of science
How shall we explain the miracle of the Mac
c.ibean victory? Was it due to science or religion'1
H,i, .wi, ,i small number o. Jews facing the dic-
tator of Asia Minor, equipped with the mosl expert
war instruments ol his time.
The .lews seemed about to be wiped out. But
m a little obscure town some twenty miles from
Jerusalem, there u- a devoted Jew, Mattathias,
who raised the banner ol resistance. He but lit a
small candle and the enemy was .Ion.- for. The
weak made stron- and the Strong made weak
une little cam lie ma) light another observed
the rabbis ol old.
We have witnessed in our own day a m
equaling thai ol the glorious Maccabean victory
Some might even sa> that m accordance with the
doctrine ol Hillel. that it even transcend- It. A whole
host of nations this time, abetted by the powerful
Kremlin state, sought the destruction oi Israel,
Hut God has not ceased to work miracle-


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By YONAH ROGALE
ft** I" *-:; "" ""
.. m EAWT-
\ccordinR to their tradition, the Falashas are
descendant of the Jews who fled to Bflr* Hb the
prophet Jeremiah after the destruction of the first
Temple in 586 B C E
Over the course of centuries they wandered
up the river Nile and eventually reached the lofly
Kthiopian plateau where they founded an autono-
mous state in the mountainous rec.on o< Semien
on the northern shore of Lake Tana
It uas not until the 18th century that, after a
lonn Series of valiant battles. !he> were completely
defeated by the more numerous Christian pooula
tion of the recion The victors compelled the Ka-
lashas to embrace Christianit} Those who refused
to betray their Hebraic religion were killed or dis-
persed throughout the empire.
Towards the end of the last century a French
orientalist. Prof J Hal. \v. established contact with
this lost Jewish tribe He was the first Western Jew
to reach them Because of his old ace. however,
llalevy was unable to pursue his activities among
the Palashai who at that moment were becoming
the objects of intensified mis-Monarv activit)
Halevy'l work was continued by his student.
Dr. J Kaitloviteh Kaitloviteh first visited the Ka
lashas in 1WM and until his death reman -.,.,
touch with them Kaitloviteh brought several
Falashas to atud> in Palestine and Europe he ,m>.
sequent 1> opened village schools and a seminaryi|
th. capital of the Empire, Addll Ababa T-e*
schools were closed by the Italian Fateisl n\^fr>
in 1936
In 1!>M. the Jewish Agency Departmer' for
Torah Kducation and Culture in the Diaspora ,.
mined the burden of continuing FsJtlovitch'l n,^
It opened a seminary in Asmara with an irr J;
group of 33 students who were brought from *et.
eral Kalasha villages in the vicimtv 4 Cans*
Among them were seven 'Kohaniir. pr^u
r to learn the Rabbinic Laws and Ibc Hevw
which was lost during the long exile and man
In that year. too. twelve stuck n: io -.
them three girls, were sent to Israel I p-.rsn
th.ir stii-lies Thirn three village ichooh *eft
eventuall) opened in central Falasha village! im
thoisands of ( hnstiani/ed Falashas w.:. thus tf>
aged to return 'o their origins.
Unfortunately, however, this gnldi penal
lasted i.nly two yean By the end >( these hn
>ears adequate funds stem not tortbeon in| .v.
all the achooli were closed ascent m thai a1
Ambober Nevertheless, In 1967. fiit.
Continued on Poe 14
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An Important Date And Decision
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The year 168 B.C.E Li one of the most mem
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ponded on the decision made by a small band of
Jews m that year
At no liOM previously did Judaism confront
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when it taced Hellenism, brought into the land bj
the MCceoaori oJ conqueror Alexander the Great
Jews were never afraid of new ideas, regard-
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rualon, onlj t their own
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ism and the gradual emei if i ae but not
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Second, while Hellenism was at fir-t left to
displace Judaism b) its own appeal and penetra
tion, however, because of Anliochus' desire I i
hasten (he program of Hellenuation, it wj-
clared i cull ire b) decree, the official cultun
the land Heine Judaism was tried in two cnioM< >
One. which w.i- fashioned bj the Jew* themselvi -
and the other whnh came from the outside On
one hand. Jew* in substantial numln'i-
the faith of their fathers by adopting Helli
mode o( life, and on the other
conqueror impo-ed this culture b) forci
entire citizenry
Even though it must be said in all fan n< thai
Hellenism had much to offer in enrichini
philosophy drama, poetry, architi
ime lime i-> ked mu< hi
amphitheater whn I
were done to death for the inn
bloodthirst) mobs, the Jo ided i
Pater did centuries later, what wa- net
Continued on Pi
14
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OX 1-6911
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>JdHisii IkrMirtn
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The Eternal Lesson Of Chanukah
By BEN NATHAN
Its ChanMfcjfc time again
An ita oldest -ymbol. the oil wick burning for cipht
- amid thr ruin and destruction of the Temple.
What does the oil wick burning for eight days amid
the niin and destruction of the Temple teach us?
It teaches u- that despite the apparent havoe and
breakdown of all things around us. if there is some
living fur left, some living spark, tome flicker of
hope still alivethat using that, that littleness of
littleness we can make it through and come out
, nfidenl again and make it through to the winning
l<
Tin' 011 wick burning for eight day- amid the
rum and destruction of the Temple teaches us
ne\cr to di-pair utterly, never to give up utterly,
never to doubt utterly never to give in utterly and
never to lote faith utterly It teaches us that no
matter how bleak things teem, no matter how
IIMJ ruinous thing* seem, if we can keep a
small light burning, then hope there itill is! It
teaches us Dever lO doubt completely, never to give
r give m completely.
Who would have thinight that after two thou
and >ears our people would have regained the
Temple grounds where two of our Temples for-
merly stood1' Who would have thought that after
two thousand ycairs it is now possible to see a third
Temple rise on the very site where formerly two
other Temples stood and fell in rum''' Who would
ever have thought that in the Chanukah of the
future we mav eelebrate it not for the oil wick that
burned for eight days but for the actual rebuilding
of the Temple on the very spot where two prior
Temples were once destroyed''
Do not fancy this a foolish thought Tin n air
many stable head- msidering tin- verj pos
sibilitv.
There are many who believe in the rebuilding
of the Temple now Can von imagine how we. the
.lews all over the world, will celebrate that Chanu-
kah on the day of which the foundation stone for
the third Temple will be laid' That Chanukah will
be the Chanukah of all Clianukah-' The greatest
i hanukah to be celebrated on this earth since
Chanukah was first started to be celebrated! Mav
our children and grandchildren come to witness it
-non
So again we are taughtdo not yield to dark-
m ss. iln nut yield to the decimation of faith, do not
yield to loss Know that the light burns not only
for eight davs, but that it burns always, for you
and vours. Yes. it burns forever.
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P iqe 6
*Jeitfrkri Friday. December
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Vignettes Of Old Jerusalem
^' i \- .1. klkiiil Hrimid U/h<\ h:afl ca>ttl..,l ,
By MOSHE BEN SHAUL
For a ion. time to come pwpk ,: h'' ''*'"-
about Jerusalem, the ancient ctt> <" David .
iu lanes, its old-timers, IU treaaures. and whisp
prayers offered heavenward Between the cracks ol
.. stones rori long time past I have been wi
,, Jerusalem, both the ancienl and the modern
upon the tablets of m> heart
v ., child I would run alone IU walls, quench
m, thirst al its wells, watch the Arab craftsmen
who carved little Towers o( David and tiny Rachel
Tombs oul of the limestone
Later ihcr. were man) y- "'"''
lerusalem in storj *er 'in tales which I
heard from m> father who had heard Ihecn
nis And now l remember vignettes of th-
Jerusalem thai
v, lewish millers in the OW Cit) mi
and more were two brothers One Ri h
\i, ihi a. mj gran Ifather I was named
n:n m, and his brother Reb Yitthak wen
f Reb Shaul Brimct. who had settled
.,! Hi.- NiddlnfJrolatf*- Rabbi l Ua-ii
Ri b Yitzhak the miller once eent io
uiu.it al the8heebeoi OaH It wfcaoa *-m.
.,, bis poeket he had ?.'> napokr i
turn "f money Krb Yitthak wt
grain, and when ha made n ady to
bery i",', ruination!- hi- monej
pea red! He wanted to return the wheat
\,..n- who had aald il to him knew hit
I that hi- take it which he did ;
turned home and mourned his Ion
He waited until tin '\. of ih. -,
then *enl with his brother to the Rab
The LuMioer rabbi comforted it
i ibserve the Sabbath accordln i
icuci .uid the loai ili ret
Tm rabbi rpeke and Reb Yitthak
since he was .i hassid, he weieoaned i
iv Sabbath with >"\ a" A.i- on ; a' .i verj lati h
door had Ion '

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Fridcy
>mber 22, 19o7
*Mnit ncridHnr
Pago 7-D
^.w^-^-^
knot-; and Ihen i second The houst- stood within
the 'mri of the Arab quarter; Reb Yitzhak feared
to ojxn the do.>r. and asked Irom within. "Who i-
k nocking?"
"its mf .mswcri'ii j woman's voice speaking
in L. .lino
ib Vit/h.ik knew I adino and recognized the
woman's voice He opened th< door to .1 neighbor
ol a vanced 1
The woman said, Reb. Yitzhak, I have come
to return what vou hve lost Here is your mone)
poucb In truth, it was difficult to decide lo come,
[or hi know that mj husband 1- onlj a pooi
coa< man It he were to learn that I had mone>
in my possession he would be verj ai
But haw 1 omi
eb Yitzhak asked But how did you know
that this pou h beh nged to
1 found thn 1
,,( .. ii \i. i the wheat was finer than
I had ever seen. l v/norn would such lo ely wheat
belong. 11 not to you, Reb Yitzhak
The charcoal dealers who supplied the Old Cit)
of Jerusalem were three it: number In the old days
charcoal was used for cooking and heating, and
would be purchased twice a year after IV-aih and
afterSuccot. The three brokers that is what dealer-.
were called in the old days! were known as Maty a
ben-Noah, Itche Belcher and tsakr the Arab I'hej
were partners and divided the districts within
and without the Old CitJ walls among them. Aim!.
peasants would bring the charcoal on camels from
Hebron and the nearby villages, packed in sacks
hanging down on either side of the hump, with one
little sack |>< rched above in the middle The peas
ants would arrive in the middle ol the night and
wail outside the Jaffa Gate until sunrise, when the
dealers would come and lead them through the
cit> quarters
And this is how the sale would Ik- made The
broker calls the housewife to conn see the charcoal.
an l strikes the sacks with his hand till they re
round, to -how her that the sacks contain long
properly burnt sticks ol charcoal, and not little
ember- of half-burned smoky brands which only
give oft a dull sound
The housewife, and her husband too, inspect
the bags careful!) "< they large and full, and is
the price < fair one' (For charcoal was purchased
b> appraisal alone, and not by weight I Alter ..
1 1- mutual!) agreed upon, the broker tells the
peasant a lower sum, so that he can cam a fe
as a broker's le<' It the peasant agrees
Continued on Page 15
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t I
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1
Kislev 25-Tevet 2
5728
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
JE 2-2311
AY GRE: IN IS I F M
si ki sum; PLAZA isoi i i
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Phone 531-0801
H : [DAY
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Phone 538 7511
1717 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
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Friday De
Swmgogue Keflecis Life
Of Azores Community
By Chaplain Nathan M. Landman
i i ,. Inun till
|ci Uim *x La. k-.^jui 4^k
/ f.. r. San A
\ the t\ t of Chiti
I
(ell llh I n
. \
Ait I
For me. for 16 American Jew
-h servicemen ami their wives
or four of the six remaining Poi
tuguese Jew- on the island of Sao
Miguel and for the American Con
siil there, the arrival <>f Chanukah
Mil have special meaning this
ear
W had recentlj experieni
rededication" of the L30-yeai old
synagogue, "Sha ai HaSha maj
munity. EUias SeMfl 11M Satoman
Andrehi. two of the lour remain-
ing male-, comprised 'he con
tingOM arwWptfi residing at
rum.. Delgada
We were Jews representing all
branches of the is A r med
Forces, the diplomatic corps, the
Civil Service; we came from Ash
kenazic, Sephardic and American
Jewish religious traditions; on
thi> small island between the Old
World ami the New we intoned
the prayers of our Hebrew tradi-
tion with modern Insertions in
English and Portuguese
when we stopped at the syna-
ue which al-o houses the
apartment of llaha and Raquel
Albo. octogenarian sisters. I chat
led With them through an inter
prefer When the Shofar was
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
f Hi li Rua
, Brum in Hi' i it) ol Ponta Del
. ads Sao Miguel Azores
It had no; witnessed a minj ai
20 since Philip Reich
he la-' resident rabbi departed
lor 1-
Foi one brut weekt nd we had
. rasped Lbs "mystique' oi Jewish
survival, the tenacious determina
tion to hold on to that which
lives unique torm and expression
to the Jewish -pint Such a mo
meal wa- our- when the micro
, oam of contemporary Jewry rep
resented by our Kioup joined
haad.- with the remnant of Ponta
Delgada Jew- to form "a COngre
.ation on Yoja, Kippur day
In our group were CWO and
Mr- Richard turetl and Ensign
Michael Hyman of the 1 S Navy.
SFC Minnie- Bates ..i tin Army;
apt a id Mr- Martin Offenberg
er, and Airmen Ronald Adler
Mark Ka \m Lenataky. and Terence Hill of
the Air Force Robert Kichman
the Jewish la] leader, a Civil
Service empks/ee, and wife Oer
trade; -ivyearold Maruari.ta
Vake and her mother, Manuela, i
Portuguese convert to Judaism
employed at I ajaa Ah" Bast' Al
Sao M guel, Mi li>m..n Bloom.
American Consul to the Azores
rested u H Bloom. Manuel S
MasMros Consult* aide who
believes bis aniiiatori came from
the oi. inal Jewish -ettler- of the
Island. Raquel and Halia Albo
daughters of Rabbi Samuel Alb...
the next to la-t rabbi of the com
I
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Miami Beach
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KOSHER Horn
MARSEILLES
Ctntrally A" CS''B*"
MR. and MRS.
AARON RESNICK
AND FAMILY
WISH YOU A VERY
HAPPY CHANUKAH
Oceanfront at 17th St.
Miami Beach
Wishing All Of
Our Friends
A Happy...
Wishes To
LOMBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach
Phone 866-7761
I IN MA
40 BELLE ISLE
PHONE 538-4621
Yoel Eiien
Sam Edelttein
adbcztf7ratat--ljf'.7/y:.^k
Happy Chanukah To ALL
larih Motel
1897S COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 947-2631
sound< the rship,
both lad itaneousl) burst
joyful tear- For the first
time in 20 years the) heard the
voice oi the Shofar
Since Chaplain Harry Dot
Schwartz had visited the syna-
{Ue al Passover 1966 and
brought it to the attention of the
American Jewish military com-
munity at I.aie- Air Base on the
island of Tereeira, s*o miles away,
Robert Kichman. the lay leader
at Lajes, and other members of
the base had visited the Albo -i-
ters and contributed to the syna-
BC upkeep.
Then, during the lliuh Holy
hay- in L988, Chaplain Kalman
Levitan went with Mr Kichman
from Lajes Air Ba-. to Ponta
Delgada and arranged for the
loan of one ol the Sefer Toiah- of
the synagogue Following Chap
lam Levitan visit Rabbi Howard
K Greenstein, ol Temple licth
Shalom of the North Shore. Pea
body Ma-- many of whose tem-
pi.' wain hois trace themselves to
Portuguese root.-. tooK interest in
the remnant of Jews at Ponta
Delgada, and have since undei
taken to support them and help
preserve the synagogue
In an agreement drawn up with
the help of Malcolm llallam.
former American Consul to the
Azores when there is only one
Surviving member of the Ponta
Delgada community the
objects f the synagogue will be
transferred to the Peabod) con
Continued on Pag* 12
Sincere Wishes for a
COLONIAL INN
ON THE OCEAN
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947-4571
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
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Phone 538-3711
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1030 15m Street, Miami Beach
Phone 5380534
HAi PI
5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
1
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VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
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186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RA'
Phone Wl 7-6561
Compliments of
Golden Si rand
HOTEL AND VILLAS
eanfront at 179th Street
Miami Beach, Florida


Friday. December 22. 1967
+Jenisti fkridnr

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MOTOR
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Ph. Cherry 3 8116
HOL1D/
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9585 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-8051
YOUR HOSTS THE ROSENTHAl FAMILY
HOTEL ALAMAC
Strictly Kosher Hotel
Overlooking Ocean
lends To All Happy Chanukah
1 300 Coilms Ave 534-2951
IS J
The
Golden Gate Hotel
and Motel
EXTENDS CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
19400 COLLINS AVENUE
Wl 7-4411 Miami Beach
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY CHANUKAH
MAYOR SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manager
-IDAY GREETINGS Fl M .
4685 PONCE DE LEON, CORAL GABLES
PHONE: 666-3355
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
JERRY'S SI \SET l\\ MOTEL
ISLAMORADA FLORIDA
FOR RESERVATIONS. PHONE 238-5411
...
Mil IIIC1 I KOMIVM HOI I I
6565 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-7711
MR AND MRS BEN DELNICK
1420-1430 OCEAN DR MIAMI BEACH
wish their friends and relatives
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
JHAN '
1732 Collins Ave.
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOI \TAI\lli:\l> MOIIX
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE Wl 7-2684
GREETINGS TO ALL
\\( lion iioiii
1 587 Washington Ave. 531-0325
HERMAN and ESHTER SCHWARTZ
\NUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
THE WALDMAN FAMILY
THE WALDMAN HOTEL
On the Ocean at 43rd Street
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FF
MEW SIRE "HR"
wonM AITS
8857 COLLINS AVE., SURFSIDE
PHONE 866-2741


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Friday, December

May the Happiness of
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"The Feast of Candles"
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Synagogue Reflects Life In The Azores
Continued from Pa 10 ulates that iM-rh.ip> IbtJ mixed Anjjra. bought a piece of lrab,(
Umniavlves- with lie PupuLati-m l.uad m Carninha Sow. .,
iTJon There, in the found* oil iU eMTimreasinu expansion of the.present remotery ol
lion lor the sacred arta In Juda- thmuflh tht Mu* hut left no where some 59 peraom an
bm being established by Rapbi lraCT? ttf ihaiM-)\e>. particularly ltd Tin lost of these S
"fireenstein and his congregation, becaase the altitude of the people AIvm Levy, left the <
the spiritual contribution ol the not in thair'favor hla bouM to bo uaad I
Azorean community will continue lenanca ol the can
,,. make itseii felt. TTie current community ol lews u. ,.ntr,Iu.r 1P .
1 Ponta Delgada and those our ,,. msc-nption appears
Hyman Bloom, who eded .,| in the cetneti rles of thai ty f Kuuahtv tor the pi
Mr Hallam as American Conaul ... | \ ra on Terceire Island, ,)tl. ... bonghj ,
las) spring, has been ol help In ire an ,t. group hu.!r,.,| persons it wai
facilitating com nunication be ,,t jews Mho cam* lo the islands tl> honor f ,n,. respects .
tvreen the Peabodj congregation ;n \n\r Alfredo Bensaudi bora of the Town Hall
and the Jews I >nt Delgada traces sin Jews a the vanguard
of whom speaks English 0j p,, ., )cr-- who an leriJtic of this
Moroi co ii thai B) lH-Mt like Um dm el Ponl
there were over 150 Jewi on the are the < flat
island i i uel pletel) i
lews w ... ,
Jew
, Pe Iro
de V ibabl> trai
: Hit
cular, O f oi them Dr He- l itea [t ,,,.,. |iarIu. .
the n in Portu al. in rheJ ,,arted their commercial _av emplacemt
uhicl \ tailing -h.p buaineaa on the ialanda. selling h* graves were placed
- had left i "i various kinds i clothes Some of fo KMr| M ,
----------- .i i i |>art -mi tii.i
nca them posaesaed a law inatructjon, lne graveyard would
However, due to I torm. others t/tra illiterate, an.l with Th(, ri.sllh |oday .
out any money to start their busi
came to the Azores Islands ami
the unfortunate passant ers, at
I and condemned lo ilavei >
were presented to Vasco Lnes
Corte R< al, as a gift from our
Kmj: of Portugal Another Pur
tuguese writer, Gervasio Lima,
dates this event a- 21 If a) 1501
He further elates that this oecur
i emeter) there la I
-- Hut all ol them talked a lot, thi. ,,.,. ttlth nnil
a fan thai at peculiar to the .uij |rWeh Wll, ni.,
businessmen of tru- Jewish com Undoubtedly this a- :
munit) The) mid sew n on< could anticipate
threads small glassware ribbons would ultimately bi
pins and other s.nall itufl ,,. ,IliM ,,,..,.,,,
Eventually, in \M2 Joaquin familj in the Azores as tl
red on Terceira Island, and spec- Azgorj Zagore .i businessman of taude family, deacei
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:
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Measuring Specialists
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1227 NE 2nd Ave.
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3001 N.W 7lh Street
Miami 634-3461
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Friday. December 22, 1967
1
+Jenist thrili *r
Abraham Bensaude. one of the
six original Moroccan Jews who
came to Ponta Del^arla in 1819
The Bensaude family developed
one of the largest shipping com
panies in Portiigjil The original
Jewish settlers in Sao Miguel
brought machine made woolens.
mainly from England Until the*
woolen textiles had been made
locaily by hand.
There was tension between
these Jewish merchants and the
local businessmen until Queen
Mary II of Portugal decreed that
the Jews could be naturalized as
Portuguese citizens The commu-
nity then took root and flourished
for over 100 rears. When business
began to decline, especially dur-
ing the 1940s, and when many
could go to the Americas or to
Israel, (be Jewish cooirauHy
dwindled to its present membeis
Salom Delmar. Jr. Elias Sebag.
Salomon Adrehi. Frayme Adrehi.
and Italia and Raquel Albo. the
daughters of Samuel Albo. a
watchmaker, and rabbithe I.,,t
befoie Philip fteich'
The synagogue building at 16
Rua de Brum Street was acquired
in liUti lor about $2,000 A plaque
on the synagogue wall notes the
names of the founders: Abraham
Ben Saude, Salom Buzaglo. Jure
Azulay. Salo.nao Ben Saude. Isaac
Zafrany. F.lias Ben Saude and
Kortunato Abecassil
The sanctuars itself Comprise!
the second and third story of the
apartment in which Halia and Ra
quel Albo live In the (enter of
the Eastern wall is the Holy Ark.
completelj accoutred with green
pa rochet, mahogany frame and
doors, and containing four Torah
Scrolls (The utth is on loan lo
Um l.ajes Air Base Chapel.) A
large magenta draw-curtain cov-
ers the entile Ark Over the Ark
rest two tablets in marble inscrib-
ed with the Ten Commandments
complete, in Hebrew, on top of
which rests a silver crown Sev
eral silver candelabra are sus-
pended from the ceiling, and the
permanent mahogany pews con-
tain prayer shawls, siddurim.
tractates from the Mishnah and
Talmud and the commentaries to
the Bible from Eastern Europe.
Germany, Portugal. Tunis and
Morocco.
All of these reflect the stream
of Jewish settlers who have come
through the portals of the syna-
gogue of Ponta Delgada, some to
move on to better opportunities.
tome to find their final resting
place
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TO ALL OUR
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Reliable Prescription Service
661-5321
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1085 E 14th STREET
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HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
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ON THE BAY AT S E 12fh STREET
featuring
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS COCKTAIL LOUNGE
also BANQUET ROOM tor
RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS DINNERS
available
A FEW CHOICE APARTMENTS FOR THE SEASON
SPECIAL COMMERCIAL RATES HOTEL ROOMS
V. ARREN FREEMAN, Lessee Manager
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Page 13-D
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6450 SO. DIXIE HWY., MIAMI
738 N.E. 6th AVE., FT. LAUDERDALE
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:. El N '
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Telephone 887-3578
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Phone: 377-4850


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.. Y SHEETINGS FROM .
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Phone: 633-8096


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State Representative and Mrs.
Gerald Lewis
Afcb Family" '
( I i -7i ^ I h c WPtiVrc
^'licir y. Kiln il
friends ->'* L cry
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Jjesi lAJisUe* for n
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CHAN. M
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MICHAEL STECKLOFF SEYMOUR WETZLER
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
MISS LEE'S ACTION ACRES DAY SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN NURSERY
Pony Ride* (Public School Pick Up) Transportation
55 W. 68th ST., Hialoah
Call 821 2484
* kwUtThridltr
Friday December
An Important Date And Decision
Continued from Page 4
the heart thai would make il impossible to l
al] this; and the future would be with the forces
could begel a heart i>kr thai
Jewish culture developed such i heart i""1 "
is in.s heart that made ItatM M Hlfough Hie
heron decision ol the Haamonean family and ..
small group ol staunch supporters ol the fbrah t<>
rree Israel from Its Hellenistic enslavement
War to the ei red on Hellenism The
h.nil. lasted three yean Judea regained her aoul
Judaism triumphed Through the ages, the Has
monean victor> is commemorated in the home and
the synagogue foi eighl days as a festival ol light
lm -- i festival wh nol i -i"
pa> homage to the leaden the I
en. but
rather one which sin-.-.- the value of light
lom "i the ioul
Like ""I anceaton uoder the unp;.< ,,t
lenism, Jews todaj find themaelvea living u
cultures th'ir own and thai of their ravironn
rhej have Choice to make They can either turn
to the majority culture for their pattern ol r>
and therebj loae then- identity, indrriduarit)
self-respect, or they can absorb the finest elen .
of thf majority culture for the rnhanrem.....
their own spiritual treasure*, and thus remain
to themseh es
The Chanukah lights apeak Itlv and i
dentl) the promise ol victory to the brave
independent SOUls, who under tot and trial I
to remain true to themselves, and thereby pi
the world that life can in- rich and meaningful
when it stands lor something thai is evei
precious than life itsell
The Falashas Educate Their Own
Continued from Pg* 2
. ni to Israel for training most of
whom have now returned to Ethiopia
Thanks to the recent supplemental*) support <>f
the Jewish C w Association, at pn
there an- eight village schools, each comprising
onl) one or two classes, with the exception of
Ambober, which has seven classes
These eight schools with onlj one oi two
,iiie to meet the u
i 000-30.000 Falaabas
The Jewish encj has recentlj
.ill.'ration lor the Schools II I
are now in imminent dangei of closing alt
The lead.-is ,.f the Palasha Schools recent
launched an eleventh-hour campaign lo rj i
in ,,., sve this unique educational netw
from complete extini I
^
HANUKA N : ''
BERNARD IITMAN BIBS
tmc aiCHT iin insubance acent is youb bcst assubance.
ANO THC BICMT LIFE INSUBANCE ACENT IS A IITMAN ASSOCIATE
ONE HUNDBEO BISCAYNE BLVO NOBTM MIAMI. F10BI0A FB MMt
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL

:
Imperial Imports
2505 N.W. 5th AVENUE
PHONE NE 3 8221
EXTENDS TO ALL FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Chanukah
MR AND MRS A KLEtMAN I FAMILY OF
Kidman'* Stri*lly ktislur >l'al>
18315 NE 19th AVENUE* NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5611
on
k custom tail
LBERT
CUSTOM TAIlOtiD SUITS t*0
T tr*n A.....n... Lal A. Otrtlf-----
H1IAVINO MONOOBAMMIN..
' "ir ? .<. k I Snull- Miami P.-if i
)MS M.kCi leash M,.~
PM Ail 9604
my Greetings From .
FRANJO
PHARMACY, INC.
9715 E HIBISCUS
PERRINE. FLA
Call 235-7972
FOR FREE DELIVERY
I

WO\
-C PR'
Ipm elav ihcrsras Trailing In.
1014 I. 29th STREET, HIALEAH
PHONE 6910251
CAMPFIRE BARBECUE INC.
Tokt Out Orders OPEN PIT BAR B Q
Spr ciefuinf in
CHICKEN + 8ECF if CNAI BROILED STIAKS
"M Vev like Onim final, fee'll Lave Oer"
C0*i a$ ro AM 2ll0l S. Dixio Hwy. 235 9947
ETINGS
mm ii:s i riioisi i n\ mioi*
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE. MIAMI
Phone 691 7991
HENRY'S AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th Ave.
H ::: ay greetin ;s from .
\V A It III \ I It a |||,.s hoi in ii
MACHINE SHOP
27 S E. 5th STREET
Phone 373-3689
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FRuM
LBS i ARPIT ^mviCK, HTC
440 S.W. 81st TERRACE, MIAMI
Phono 645-2777
'
: :
GROVE BEAUTY
SALON
3417 Main Highway
Coconut Grove
444-0724 For Appointment
CHANUKAH GREfl
ROBIN HOOD INN
Luncheon
Dinner
Cocktails
Banquet Facilities
Forest Lounge
Credit Cards Honored
Eat Drink and Be Merne
3601 BiscayneBlvd
371-2621


r:day, December 22. 1967
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Page L
Vignettes Of Old Jerusalem
Continued From Pago 7
well and jjood If he doesn't agree?The dealer
pulls him into a corner and whispers in his ear: "I
know that in your seek, on the bottom, there are a
lot of embers and half burned sticks." The peasant
swears by his beard and his prophet that the sack
contains only fine charcoalpure gold. Then the
dealer whispersor rather shouts: "111 add a few
grush of my on. lel'l get the sale over with!"
The camel is made to kneel, the peasant loads
a sack of charcoal on his back, hauls it to the chest
in the kitchen, and empties the charcoal into it.
If the charcoal is og good quality, the dealer
say. "Nu. what do you say! Did I deceive you? '
And if it is not of nood quality, and the housewife
.colds him. the peasant lowers the price, grush by
-rush, and promises that next time he will bring
nl> good charcoal
Then the dealer is angry at the peasant, and
the peasant is angry at the housewife, and the
housewife is angry at the dealerand the camel
opena its big mouth and yawns, and yawns .
That is how charcoal was sold in the Old City.
People would ask why do peals and alarums
always sound in a certain street in the Old City?
Why"1 Because Reb Kiba Neufeld worked there
And what did he do? Well, he was a metalsmith
And what is the connection with peals and alarums?
It's very simple Reb Kiba had his workshop
mi .< cellar, and since the cellar was dark, he would
sit at its entrance, in his caftan and hi-'h velvet
hat. with a worktable before him He worked in
metal-but not in silver or gold. He specialized in
bugles and various kinds of flutes and fifes Players
in the Turkish Army Band would come to his work
shop, and other musicians whose instruments were
damaged. If they needed repair, he would patch
them with brass. If they were cracked, he would
piece them together And when he had finished the
job. he would test the instruments by sounding
blasts upon them.
That is why people said that peals and alarums
were heard on his street all day long.
There was a man. an old bachelor from Frank
furt on-Main, who bought three rooms all for him-
self in the Old City, and walked about shaven of
forelocks and of beardand was therefore known
as the "half-atheist" And there was a man.
Mendel Pashker. who supervised the sealing up ol
the "eruv" which defined the limits within which
one might walk on the Sabbath, and who sat at the
Wailing Wall and served as an attendant, without
pay

When I went back to the Old City, my heart
said "slowly slowly" First. I resolved. I
shall stand on Mount Scopus and gaze upon it at
length, at evening time, when it is bathed in a
violet light, and a golden haze rises fro.n the
Temple Mount Then I shall go down, (.a down,
until the city is all mine
(A Tarbuth Foundation Feature)
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
To All Our Friends
And Customers
UIHAM'S
FABRICS INC.
FINE FABRICS
2135 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Dial 445-6166
SAVOY HOTEL
HANUKAH IREETINGS
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIOf ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
KOMiLIKi
252 NW 2nd Street
Phone 374 30*6
. i ry Gn :.;. Pi
CAROLINES
MASSAGE
Steam
1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, 538-1785
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

IIXWVS
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
iiANUKAH GREETINGS
H ilDAV OaffllNGS
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Pr.j.nption Soatial'tlt
BOa NllSON
Drugs
Cosmetics
Sundries
# Fro* Delivery
639 S. W. 57th AVENUE
CORAi. GAI4.ES
Phono 666-4425
State Representative and Mrs.
HAROLD G. FEATHERSTONE
BEST WISHES TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ADVERTISING MATS
Plastic Ad Plates Thermo Set Printing Plate*
Electrotypes Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 377-0529
...- -. n ;.; R )M...
BIR3IY PHOTO i:.M-H\VI.\l- CO,
1152 N.E. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 371-2765
Groveland Products Company, Inc.
Extends Greetmqs ol the Season to Its Friends and Patrons
600 N.W. 10th STREET Telephone FR 3-6332
HOWARDS SUPER LIQUORS
Best Service on Miami Beach
Lowest Prices
FREE DELIVERY IE 8-4445
515 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY CREETIM'S I "
COMFOItT inc.
849 W. 19th STREET, H1ALEAH, FIA
H. DAVID SCHUIMAN
TU 7-8000
MILT POLLOCK
HOLIDAY HUNTERS
5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516
7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rothman s Shoe Salon
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES
FT. LAUDERDALE
iiANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
Golden Nugget Pancake House
" IKAH GREETINGS FROM. .
ICOMM | | | and NEVEL
REAL ESTATE
220-71st Street. Miami Beach Ph. 865-8575
Holiday Greetings to All
WEEKS BOTTLE GAS & APPLIANCE CO.
Bill Stern, Manager
2828 N.W. 17th Ave. Phone 635-1395
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
VOI\(,L\\ FASHIONS
9561 HARDING AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0266
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
3875 SHIPPING AVENUE, COCONUT GROVE
PHONE: 443-2511
iiANUKAH TO ALL
SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB
PARTIES, BANQUETS, WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS, etc.
UP TO 400 PEOPLE
For Information Call 271-7221
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Season's Greetings To All
aim: aiiimiiiu.
HA IAN '..: ALL
LORENE'S SALON OF BEAUTY
PERMANfcNTS TINTING OUR SPECIALTY
5171 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone: 448-1559
HAI -ANUKAH TO ALL
MARTIN SHORE
Metropolitan Insurance Consultant
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
595 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 444-7101
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY
835 W. 17th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-6981
ELSA SILBERBERG, President


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"eJewishFloridian!'** -' v
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With ISABEL GROVE
City News Editor
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ATTENDING
:
by Mount Sli
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RECEIVING THE GUESTS

f M
'' .
Mr. and Mrs
Normal 1M ,
I Mrs. 1
Pioneer Women hi
Holiday Meetings
Beba Idelson Chapter
M anuk
: al 8 30 p m in
Michl Gib m
h can-
>lrs. Michl Gibson, i
will be chairman I
Golda Meir Chapter will have
' r< \v :
' l p "i in in j. n
123-1 Wi -:..: ton >.
Mrs \ Sellzi
lent, will conduct the
! hi program for the
ih Mrs
'- peak on "'I u
1 and the
Mrs I isi ar Zell ter < II
I on Pionei r Women's
ia i ':!- for the
loon will be Mr and Mrs
!'> ..I I ppman. ci bi iiu thi ir
50th Mrs
R .I.., obson will tup of
. ac< ompamed at
b) Mrs Da\ id Lippman.
hanukah lights will be kindled
I v Mr I
Edith Zipp. fashion columnist
(i i The Jew ish Floridian, has
been missing from the social
scene for the last several weeks
due to a sta> in the hospital fol-
lowing surger> Happily, she has
bei n I' stored to the bosom of her
family for the holidays and i- well
on the road to ci inplel recot ery
Martha (Mrs. Stanley) Myers.
among this community's l has been appointed I
Mai<' C.....mission on the Status
0 w omi n b> Goi Kirk, Commis-
sion members are expected to
stud) law s and regulati
ing w om n and then make r< c-
ommendations to the legislature
based on their observations, it
almost -i em that Mrs M;
ei s' cxtei experience, gained
while holding top office in manj
of the area's most importanl or-
: -. !. 'i been designi i to
her i art i< ularl) qualil > I
for this latest post
Should
lane tor Ben Saks, who has been
i to particii ate in the lead-
ers ti e for phan
bers .ii the Rhi Pi
Phi i rial Ph rmaceutical
rnitj conclave for under-
graduate cha| ters in Phi
Dec 26 to JH The Miami ph n
eisl served as chancellor ol the
i hapter at
i el : Buffalo o\ r
loui di c..... i pi esent at
Sigma Ch
at th i niversit) ol I- lorida, was
R< gional Director
ho Pi Phi and .it present is
rnity a Di-
rect if Pu ilic Relations a
member ol the Constitutional Re-
i i mmitlce
*
i ir devotion and dedication
sj n.i go ;uc bi yond the call
01 duty." Cantor Morris Rachlin
will be honored durum Oneg Shab-
h.'ii services on Friday evening al
Sky Lake by the congregation and
Sisterhood Prior to coming here
from Chicago, Cantor Rachlin
servi d al Temple Mount s
I was among leading
isters in the city The
cantor and his wife ic^
m folli win
ij sen ic< Amoi |
Ir will be ion.
tion president Ralph Deutsch, and
Rabbi Jonah E. Oplan.
Happy holiday for the Earl
Pertnoys of 736 I ake \ ie
Son Sydney arrived home
Dr.
Isabel Grove
th the
\ju-
' <
Michael J Schorr. i
ionny Schorr, 16197 M
Vvi has basic train-
ing al La iFB
He ha< > the
V;r Fo : ining
d AFB,
ii s< aircraft i i iin-
' nan i s| ei alisl Mother ol Air-
Schorl :- Mrs. Eva C. Hand-
ler of Klin on;. N Y.
\ popular spot lor a food-break
dur ng inten a\ e shopping
Charlie Mcuyo's Lincoln Lane
That's where Meyer and Rose
Schneider took grandson Marshall
ol New Y irk when he ma Ie .*
surprise visil here and they re-
turned the compliment with a
whirlwind shopping tour around
Miami Beach Al another table,
Mrs. H?ry Weinstein and Mrs.
Leon Sirkin were pumping Nata-
lie Cohn about her summer in
Maine just before the trio mount*
< d a raid on Burdine's


Pase 2-E
* Imist fkrkfiir
Friday. Dec* i
KAJnat s C-^oo
MENU
Chicken Soup wtth Noodle;. Koast Chicken. Rice Stuffing
Potato I.atkes Applesauce
Mchrcn Tzimmes
C'hanukah Cookie- Tea
POTATO PANCAKES (Latlca*)
5 potatoes, crated 3 tablespoons matzoh meal
1 onion, grated or flour
2 eggs Vegetable oil for frying
1 teaspoon salt
Beat egg! W*U, add rest of ingredients Heat oil. drop inure
dients by large spoonfuls into hot oil. fry until brown on both
sides Keep warm until all latkes are done Serve
CHANUKAH COOKIES (Basic Recipe)
ri lb. margarine 2'v cups flour
1 cup sugar l2 teaspoon baking powder
2 egg) 1 teaspoon vanilla
Cream margarine and sugar until fluffy. Boat in eggs one at
a time, beating well after each addition: add vanilla, beat again
Work in flour which has been sifted together with baking powder
Refrigerate overnight Next da> roll a part very thin and cut with
COOkj cutter Into desired shapes. Decorate as doired It oil out
next piece of dough and do likewise. Bake in .'175 degree oven on
Ullgreased cooky thee! for 8 to 10 minutes. Makes about 48 cookie-
Here are two recipes given to me by an Israeli friend who
is a verj good cook. One is lor a marinade which differs radl
calls from the marinade given in an earlier colum since it l-
maiic w holly of carp and i- delicious, the other is a luncheon
dish It is French and you may like to try it.
10
6
2
LUBA S SWEET AND SOUR CARP
lbs. carp sliced In 1'. cups white \inegar
serving pieces -u^ar to taste
salt 2 bay leaves
cups water 15 peppercorns
onions, sliced 2 carrots, sliced
Salt fish and refrigerate overnight Next day. boil water.
vinegar, onions sliced and carrots sliced, sugar to tate 15
minute-, wash fi-h <>f -alt. add to seasoned water and simmer
25 minutes partly covered, add peppercorns and bay leases and
sunnier 10 minutes more. Remove from Slave and cool. Remove
fish to a large platter, put strained sauce over it and refrigerate.
Decorate with carrots simmered in seasoned sauce The gravy
jell- on the fish. The fish marinade can keep fresh two week-
LURA'S TUNA QUICHE OR TART
TART PASTRY:
lla cups flour i4 lb. sweet butter, softened
' teaspoon baking powder a little cold water
Mix tlour with baking powder, add butter and blend to
gether with parfr) blender or two knives Add water to make
dough. Dough should be firm Refrigerate dough 1 hour. Roll
dough out 1 8-mch thick and line a greased nine-inch pie plate
with the pastry The pastry should be 1-i-inch larger than the
pie plate Fold the extra margin under so that the pastry is V*
inch above the nm Flute the edges with thumb and forefinger
Prick the bottom with a fork The pastry should be covered
with wax paper or aluminum foil and filled wKh dry bean-
Bake the shell in 450 degree oven 10 to 15 minutes before filling
Cool first, then fill
eggs
teaspoon salt
teaspoon white pepper
teaspoon nutmeg
FILLING:
1 -mall can tuna fish 4
ls onion (minced>
1 cup grated cheddar cheese l4
I cup milk i
1 tablespoon sour cream
Drain tuna. I*ut tuna fish in a colander ai.d let hot prater
run over it Crumble tuna and put same on half baked pie shell.
saute in 1 tablespoon butter, minced onion, put same over tuna,
cover with grated cheese Beat eggs slightly, add milk and sour
cream, salt, pepper and nutmeg and pour over fish mixture
BEST WISHES for a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS
7800 NW 37th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings to Entire I v.-sh C ::ununity
BISCAYNE ROOFING CC5,66E M*j
Phone 688-4668 (Broward Call Collect)
EXPERT ROOfING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES
Repairs Prompt Service No Job
Too large or Too Smail
ROOF COATING LICENSED INSURED
AIL WORK WRITTEN GUARANTEE
JAMES T. LAING
New Installations
Residential or Commercial
Bake in 373 degree oven about 30 minutes Must he firm May
bake it in the morning and heat in oven 10 or 15 minutes be-
fore serving.
One of the Meichulim an enterprising housewile can pre
pare that is far superior U) the kind usually dished up in res
taurants is Boiled Beef Klanken The reavn is simple; the
chef at a restaurant is apt to first use the meat for soup By the
time the customer gets it most of its flavor and vitality have
Ih.ii eliminated. In home cooking tins is avoided and the beef
retains its juicy flavor which is great I) enhanced by serviag it
with a horseradish sauce.
BOILED FLANKEN
2 lb> tlanken
Boiling water to just cover
meat
2 sprigs parsley
3 peppercorns
1 onion, peeled
1 clove garlic. pe< led
2 carrots, peeled and cut
into chunks
. s::-.ill turnip. peH'd and
cut into chunks
1 bay leaf
Salt to taste
2 potatoes peeled and
quartered
Pour boiling water over flanken just to cover, add onion,
garlic, parsley and peppercorns, partly cover pot and siinmet
for two tn twoand-onc-half hours until meat is partly tender Add
vegetables and bav leaf last hour of cooking Serve meat with
the vegetables around it with horseradish sauce Use the water
for soup i>i sleek Meat should boil three to three and one
half hours
HORSERADISH SAUCE
Salt and |tepper to taste
i up IrcshU grab il
horseradish
2 tablespoons cooking oil
2 tablespoons flour
m cups stock (hotI
1 tablespoon white vinegar
Make an "einbren of the oil and flour by heating oil a
little and then adding flour and let that brown a little then add
your hot stork, add vinegar, salt and pepper to taste, add horse-
radish just before serving.
JEWISH MEALS
For the start of this column mv thanks to a young woman
physician whose rather unusual lecipe offer, a variation of an
old theme Did yon ever try Skillet ( hicken with Lemon Juice""
1 think you will find it rewarding
SKILLET CHICKEN WITH LEMON JUICE
1 Frying Chicken weighing 2li 4 tablespoons vegetable oil
to 3 lbs. small onion minced
2 teaspoons salt I > cup lemon juice
pepper to taste
Heat oil in a large skillet Add chicken which has been
sprinkled with salt and pepper Brown ch-efcrn well over mode-
rate heat Sprinkle chicken with all the otlter ingredients plus
lemon juice llo\tr and simmer over heat until chicken is tender,
turning chicken occasional!) as the pan juices evaporate Serve*
4
The Almond Cook)- recipe thai follows was an instant *uc
cess at mv own rather critical table and will prubabl> win ac-
claim at )our*.
ALMOND COOKIES
5 cups flour 2 e*gs
1 lb salt butter 4 tablespoons w hnky
1 cup sugar I teaspoon vanilla
Cream butter and sugar well, add eggs and continue cream
ing Add rest of ingredients and form into a ball Refrigerate
overnight. Next da> roll out and make Booties l*ut cookies into
a buUeicd baking shes-t cover cookies with a beaten egg. sugar
white or brown and almonds blanched and cut thin Heat
over U> 350 degree and bake until light brown
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
Phones 667-9301 8. 667-1497
PAUL'S HARDWARE, INC.
Paints Garden House wares
Electrical and Plumbing Supplies
Tool Rentals
2511 SW 67th AVE.- Miami 55,0a.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MR. and MRS SAM IYNNE
DAM CAMERA CENTER
1708 NW. 36th STREET. MIAMI
Phone: 633-1744
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ERWHN K. STERN ASSOCIATES, IV
FOOD BROKERS
3346 N VV 54th STREET. MIAMI
Phone: 633 9811
MAN SHARE NEWlr
FURNISHED APARTMENT
Lincoln Mall vicinity
tionstd. Heat. T V Pa'tlo, ;.
Private Terrace, Utilities
ed. Season or yearly, Rea^..
ably priced. Phone 533 i.
Holiday Greetings Fry
THE HOUSE OF
DOORS
ACCORDION DOORS
SHUTTER DOORS
CLOSET DOORS
BAR DOORS
ROOM DIVIDERS
1,000/s of doers in sock
W* aMMalaxtvr* 4t\ up i, so
ft. WW by 12 H. Hgk
FORD BUND I DOOftS
3 LOCATIONS TO SMVE T0U
3299 N.W. 7tfc St. Ph. NE S-Uli
1214 N.I. U3H St- Ph wi t-014*
P Untoti** H.vir
SSO Parria* Ava. Pa. 234-7124
WrUlAAl STUtaUS
Holiday Greet
WHITEYS
TIXACO MSVICf
FIRESTONE TIRES
Use Your Credit Card

24 HOUR SERVICE
JIM CRUMBO, Owr*r
Flakier and LeJewna
Rhone: 443-9198
'HANUKAH GREETi:-"-;
TrBs*J Assortment
10.000
DRESSES
VALUES TO $25 00
REDUCED
$1.75 2.99 350
DECK OR Mr*Ml INC
Brmg ad for free a-*
249 E Flegier Street
Cii&et.
MIAMI SPRINGS
REXALL PHARMACY
Four Registered Pharmacist*
To Serve You
r Delivery ana 0'9 '
Sick Room N*do Su't '
Collection Station 'or l.- I
Montr Or**'
Prrocnnti-sn Tn ei-d .
JOHN STAONIK Prtl Oft
n*'t San- to r m
Kf iiPi"i. "J
5259 ggg 2851
HOilOAT 0*881in
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
Nsajsses leanaBan
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Rhone 538 0424
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Agfd
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
FimNITURI"- "APPUANCB"
CLOTHING -"Jf.WllBY."eK.
"AH Items Ta* Deductible"
CALL 696-2101


Friday. December 22. 1967
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Participating in bershi]
ih. :.

'
Soloi : : : : :
' I Hy i Koli
' Ackelberg, cochair-
: it: Lauiei and (se
. Simon, Mrs. Simon
' rgei i retary I
and Mi Mil nson,
:ary ot the Florida Coui
New Kosher Foods *'** Cannes
Listing Announced
By Orthodox Union
Are Set Up At
.> ( ..S. Colleges
NEW YORK A page Kosher
Pi lu< ti Directory, the I irgesl in
the hiitorj of the publication, ha-
been published by the i nion <>f
Orthodox Jewish < ongregatiom ol
Amrnca. with nearly 3.000 rabbin-
ically-certified koshei producti and
sei \ icca listed
Copic> ire available without
ge on request to: Orthodox
I'nion M F rth Avenue, Suite 1110,
N.'v York NY KKill
N'.iihan K Groat ol New York
I'OJCA national vice president and
chairman of the organization's
Joint Commiasion lor Kosher Cer
tification. in announcing the new
edittaa, n<>trrl that it was also the
!.i-t to contain special section
listing dietetic kosher foods He
said th> section *.< added in ra>
x|M>nse to widespread requests from
.!i-*ih con>umcr> on restricted
diets.
Holiday Delicacies Served
Thr North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B nth Women will hold it- regular
meeting on Tuesday night at the
Washington Federal 890 NE 167th
Si The H :) program will f ature
a 1'hanukah latke parly
NEW YORK (JTA) Courses in
the Yiddish language literature
and culture will be offered by (he
B'nai B nth Hillel Foundations on
the campuses of five leading Amer-
ican universities through a subsidy
provided bj the F*rbanri-I.abor Zi-
onist Order The schools are Har-
vard. Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Brandela University,
Northwestern University and the
University of California at Los An-
geles.
The joint project, which is in-
tended to stimulate interest in Yid-
dish culture among university
students was announced this week
hy Jacob Katzman. general secre-
larj of the Farband. and Kabbi
Bejamin M Kahn, director of the
Hillel Foundations The Farband
lubfid) will amount to $250 per
semester on each campus The
courses offered will vary from
school to school
At Northwestern I niversity. the
Hillel Foundation will offer an ad-
vanced course in Yiddish classics
and a basic course in the Yiddish
e Elementary and inter-
Yiddish will be taught at
\i i r Conversational Yiddish will
h<- taught at Brandeia i niveraitj
and elementary modern Yiddish at
Harvard
Homecoming Students
Feted at Breakfast
From Passive I'rotst to Violent
Resistance: Is This the Way to I
Peace?" will be the theme of an
open forum conducted at Beth Sim
lom's annual college homecoming
breakfast sponsored by the Temple
Brotherhood Sunday at 10:30 am
Rabhi Richard Hirsh. director of
the Social Action Center Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
at Washington. D.C., will be the
speaker and will be introduced by
Dr. Leon Kronish. spiritual leader
; of Beth Sholom.
.Tames S. Knopke is president of
the Brotherhood, and James Hoo is
president of the BESHTY Beth
. Sholom Temple Youth Group.
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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Myers
MEMBER
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Friday December .
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Among holiday attractions al
u metco i ^'l!' I
th Dolls hu-h o|h ex
igemenl Wednesdaj at

Based on the beat seller '. the
Parkins. Patty l>"ko
Sharon Tate and Susan Hayward
Th<' Southern premiere <>f "The
starring Anne Ban
, i Fridaj al the Miracle,
- Mayfair and Normandie
Beth Moshe Sisterhood Sets
Sunday Chanukah Dinner
Beth Moshe Sisterhood will hold
it- annual Chanukah dinner on
Sunda'y. Worn 4 to 7 p m Ser
- rh.nrmon arc Mrs rtorxrt Mar
Hid \Ii- Joel Damn
l Itei hostesses include
Mesdames Fred Blank Max >.
Robert Miller. Arthur l
Burton Strelt, Milton Scbworsk)
Rub) Rubin, Mas Rudolf. Henrj
Naftali, Harold Klu-k>. Sidnej L
en, Stan nstrauch and
ie Richman
.

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Expanded Program
Is Announced By
Mountain Lake
Al v. known local in-
surance ha- taken over
.inri directior
lamed C'amo Mountain Lake in
Hendep-onville. N C
The camp is most popular with
families of the (neater Miami area
and a reunion of the campers and
their families will be held Sunday.
:4pm at Tony's Fish Market
At the same time, it was an
nounced that Mrs Savage would
be associated with her husband in
the operation as Camp Mother
Mr Sa\ai:o acquired principal
holding in the camp when he til
ited the area some three years ago
and a--. i nership this
\ear in order to implement an tm-
pro\ ed i i _ram for the
youngsters and has acquired a -tatf
of 85 highl) skilled i
vV have stunt approxin
SHumjo to enhance the propeit)
Mr Savage declared "1 believe the
[ilKSt in the South and
ac will have a hi)
tuct Deration
day Greetings Frcvi"
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Families
Beach Singers In
Annual Concert
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will present their annual
inukan concerl Sunday evening
at the Hebrew Academy, under the
isorship of the Far band, Laboi
- Organization
Theme of this year's production
will be "Mj Glorious Brothers."
from the novel bv Howard Fast
with musk bv Sonny \'ale
Ben Yomen will direct the 60-
member chorus; Daniel Green,
bass-baritone, and Barbara Glads
den. soprano, will be the featured
soloist ~
Tickets are available at Sher
man's Ticket Agency
32 Association Meeting
The Tuesday evening meeting of
the 52 Association of Greater Mi-
ami, to be held at the Seacoast
Towers Kast. will highlight a re
port on the holiday activities at
the Veterans Hospital
WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
.EWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY CHANL:KA
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Andre Kostelanetx, Percy Faith, George Shearing, Frankie Carle,
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The $15.000acltiol City oral
GlbUa Handicap and the 115.000-
added Christmas Handicap u |
light the first of the in
Inada -it Trvpical Pa
i bo i an for oldai borsea
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he run on Saturday ami ti
maa Handicap "ii Hoi
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gathered for you
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Friday, Deceit ber 22, 1967
* l Pri
VISITING OHOLO TORAH
I -ogress of th<

the University ol Miami.
Oi
td Mai ; :. Solo:; i Joseph I
Lauds Oholei Torah
Founder^ Day
Luncheons Set
Miami Beach Hadassah Units
celcbral I mdei Da) include
the Shalom* Group, which is hav-
ing a noon luncheon Tuesdaj ;it the
Algiei Hotel. 'I he gu< it speaker
will be Mi- Dorothy Krieger Fink.
The entertainment will feature
ilga Bibor Stem at the piano
and Alex Roller on the violin Addi-
tional features will be a Chanukah
candlclighting ceremonj Mrs li
vin Shapiro is president and Mrs
Joseph Rappaporl program chair
man The chairman ol the day !>
Mrs Louis Stone
Th Henrietta i-old Group will
have its luncheon Tuesday noon.
.'an Z. at the Algiers Hotel Attor
ne> Ben Essen will !>< guest speak-
er Program will include musical
selections by Stanley Rocensweet,
accompanied at the piano by oka
Bibor Stern Mr* sol Greenberg is
president and Mrs. Augusta Abel-
son i> program chairman
Sunday Morning
Holiday Brunch
A iraililional Chanukah brunch
ha- been slated bj remple Tlfereth
Israel Sisterhood lor Sundaj at 10
a in according to Mrs, Marshall
Tucker, president ol the group
Featured at the morning ->
will ho ,i program of songs and reci-
tations by religious school students.
A candlelighting ceremonj will fol
low the presentation
Mr- Ralph Kline i- in charge of
ri sen ations
\ 1 crafting Miami University edu
< ..>[ Ulil week lauded the proj n -
i- attending the Oholei
Toraa School after surveying the
techniques and testing the
children
I>r Arnold H ( bCJ Bey BSSOI lt(
. isor of elemental*) education
a! Uh I iuversit> of Miami was
asked to conduct the survej b)
Rabbi Abraham Korl acting prin
: of the institution, in order
to impartial!) evaluate the teach
thods utilised at the school
the actual progress made t>>
the students themselves during the
\ ..i the k hool has been in exi i
in | report Dr Cheynej i I
that the children were gtttin
sound education in readini Ian
, arts and arithmetu and
it a point beyond thi
read) for the challi nj
reflective thinkli
in.
In Chej oej stated thai I .
npreaosd b) the flexil
lOl |K'i tods and the ,
pites al irded the children
in th, Usjbl of the I
al oholei Torah Si
. a much heavier
> iuldlen dU<
. Ilafc Studies and therefor.
spend more tin>
p italic -i ho
l hi -. hooi organised and it
luted list one year ago with a mere
handful of youngstet no baa
student body of children I
from m to 7.
At present the oholei Torah
School kai -iH-cial nurser) and km
dergarten elaasoa astd classes con
listing of small gfOUffl of children
through the lecond year >:
mentar) school In accordance
w.th tiM proposed plans ol the
school's growth pattern, additional
classes m ill continuously be added
as needed
THE SISTERHOOD of Kne-eth Is-
rael Congregation, Miami Beach.
will hold it- annual Chanukah
Latke Part) on Tuesdaj in the
Social Hall ol the synagogue
Theatre Parly For
Keren Ami Fund
The eighth grade class of the
Temple Kmanu HI Religious School
will hold a Chanukah theatre party
for student- of all departments in
the school on Sundaj and Mondaj
from 7 30 p ni in the new school
auditorium al 1701 Washington
Ave. Myer SiKerman is education-
al director
Ticket- for the theatre parts may
be purchased al the school office.
and all proceed- will go to the
Keren Ami Fund
JACOB SCHACHTER
CELEBRATING 37 YEARS IN
YIDDISH BROADCASTING!
His program is heard every
Sunday trom 12 noon to 1
p m., Radio Station WOAH -
1200 on your Radio Dial
mn
nmsm\
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Poqo t-E
Friday, Do^mbor. ?.?.. W7
Aw#M/*##/#>/
* knisl IkrkHnn
H |
Nag las laachner
Ira f nr
Amy Wollowick
Wridi Coui
^a/- JMitzvalt
Halite Dubnick
HeliM, daughter of Mrs Char
lOtta Dubnick. 1105 NE 177th Ter .
.,iwl the late Df Manuel Dubnick.
will observe her Baa Mitzvah dur-
ing Fnda> tvaniBg services. Dec
22. at Hfth Torah Congregation
In tbc accelerated class of the
eighth trade at John f Kennedy
Junior Huh. the celebrant ||M
plays piano
Shi is the granddaughter of Dr
Bernard Shermef oi n< York

Barry Kaufman
Barrj Mn Of Mrs Irene KanJ
man. IHUI S\V 76th Cl will Ik
come Bai Mitzvah Saturday morn
inn, !) I 23rd, at Temple Or (Horn
Barr) an eighth grade student
at Weal Miami Junior High, and a
Mather .il the Bird Howl League
Attending will In- Barry's mater
nal grandparentl Mr and Mrs.
Samuel IIliner, and Mr and Mrs
in. Herman anil family, all of
Miami
A kiddush will follow the MTV
ices

Loun Grime*
LouM son .it Mr and Mr* Sam
Crime- 2M) SW 7trth Cl will eel.-
brate hi> Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Dec 23. at Temple "t
Olom
A seventh grade itudent at Weil
Miami Junior High. Louis plays the
drums
The celebrant will be honored at
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening,
and at a Kidduth following the
ceremony on Saturday

Davkfe SthiH
Davida. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Morns Abraham Schiff, 15C3 NE
180th St will observe her Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega
turn mi Fndav night. Dec 22
11. '., ., membei oi the l"r

.....
Itrmatton la-. .! I'ftH Bha
..i t John F K-
jmaiiifeariaMakHak. hool
are Mr. and Mrs Israel Pa lay and
Mrs Gueala Michalaon, all of HI
ami Beach
The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
at the Kiddush

Amy Wollowick
Amy. daughter oi Mr and Mrs
Isidor Wollowick. 1HK1 Daytonia
Kd will Income a Has Mit/vah at
Temple Henorah Pridaj evening
Dec 22
Amy is a student ol the Beligioui
School
A teenage danc(- will In- held to
honey the ceJebranl

Marsha Lindanbaum
Marsha, daughter of Mr and
Mi- Joseph Lindenbauni, will he
come Bas Mitzvah Friday evening.
Do 22 at Temple Zion
Marsha is an eighth grade Mil
dent at Clades Junior Hi>,h She
plays the piano and is a member
of the F II A group at school
Mr and Mrs Lindenbaum will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
i he services
Douals Lenchner
Douglas, son of Dr and Mrs
Victor Lenchner. 1318 Dnytonia
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday moming, Dec 23 at I
pie Beth Sholom
The celebrant is a student of the
Beth Sholom Confirmation (lass
Of 5729

Kenneth Pngir
Kenneth, ion of Mr and Mrs
Jack Prager. 10300 W Bay Harbor
Dr.. will become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah Saturday morn
ing. Dec 23
Kenneth attends l-ear School,
where he is an eighth grader
A Kiddush will follow services m
the S<.i id Mall, and a l
daughter oi Mr and Mi- 1 eonard
Meyen 5611 s\s Bth si Planta
tion. Fla.
An eighth grade student at Plan
lation High, the celebrant is active
in the temple youth group and
belongs to the Cadette <-irl SouU
Qeii will be honored b\ her par
entl at the Oneg Shabbat foil"
the ceremony. Among gueati will
i- Mrs Anna lit yore, hei grand
mother, and Mi- Ida Cohen, great
grandmother ol Albany N V
Ira Ratner
Ira Glenn, son ol Mr and Mrs
Lee Ratner, will become Bar Miti
.ah Saturday, Dec 23 at Temple
Emanu-EI
Ira is in the eigth grade at Nan
tiius Junloi Hi ii s' |""1
The celehl.mt will lie honored
, at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow
ing the service and at a reception
m his borne Satin.l.i% evening
Mr and Mrs Mm- Ratner, Ira's
grandparents, will attend
Pcvjw 7-E
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Salv ttore Anl



A VERY HA HANUKAH TO ALL .
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
DRIVE IN FRIDAYS 8 to 8
Mercantile Group < it<
The Home Furniahlngs Group.
Mercantile Division, will honoi co
hairmen Hyman LipsJn and Mai
well II Weiablatl lor flv< yeai
outstanding service lo the Com
limed Jew iih Appeal Israel Emei
gency Fund joint cam) I the
group's Initial gifts luncheon
The Wedneada) affair at Weal
view Counto lob will feature an
addresa bj 2*1 Koliu I i mo
tion picture producer Mr Kolitz is
the author and exei Jtl ;.....lui i i
ot larael'i lint major motion ;
tine. "Hill 24 I......n t \nswer. a
film which was awarded Interns
tional prizes in Cannot ami Mel CO
( ofliainiH'll former Havana Editor On
Yiddish-American Hour
on
Citj "' '''"' '"i"'"1"" '
Broadway ol the play The Dep
which won a Tenj Award
i hairmen of special | "
.,,, i Iroup are
Mendi .1 M Selig and Victor B<
\ i Alexander is hoi
man
i klberl
M i:. i ion, William Beroa, Ji
Bob Gr< | Uron Kapit, M
Martin, Dave Mi lin, George Mild
woff G< raid Nathaaaon, Harvej S
. i;, Edward v
. romi ffner and Lnrrj
Zirn
i i \t Kaplan former editor
of Ihe Je ipapei lla\ am i
will Ih- guesl
on the Jacob Schachter
Vidd i llom over ra lio
' \ll ~~111 ilir. .ii noon
Ian ho also held tin po I
ol II on-ul of Israel in
Hat i '..Ik on IBM The
Yea encj For
Israel Miami
AVNER MANOR has been named
i ident ... !..! Amei ican Israeli
. 'i North American rep
II Zim Line-
Municipal Judgea
Elecl Local iten
Judge Walter B LebowiU
elei i vice presidi nl snd Ju
Mini i'. Goodman as treasurei ol
the l lor id a Municipal Jud i \
Ition during the animal meet
ing hrid rei antl) in Biviera B ach
New officers of the 4IHI m.-mhei
., mm al on i hii h awi il mem
i.i i ihip from municipal |u I
i ighoul the st.ite ol Klorida,
i installed b) loi m< i Hot Pul
ii i Warren al the group banquel
which lo. -i the 'wo lay eonven
tion
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Kim Scirarow
lion will be
lhi ir the iJar Mitivah ol
Kim Scoraton Saturday DM>ming
The celebrant ll the on of Mr
and Mn LoMb Scorattm. 1450 NW
198ih St and attends Norland
Junior Hmh

Sally First
Sail), daughter of Mr and Mrs
Richard First, will become Bas
Mi!/van on Friday. Dec. 22. at
Both Moshe Congregation
An Oneg Shanbat will follow the
arviCM I Social Mall spon
: b\ Mr and Pint in honor of
the Beth
I and jt'>
the rade at Horace Mann
Junioi High
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jonatl Mr ami Mi
NE 174th
St.. wil liar Mitz> ah
dm servicea, De 23
. it ion
ii in the eighth
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High
Guest it the Bar Mitivah will
im ludi Mr. and Mrs
Irvn ol Miami Beach
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Mm Mil/
Liwnnct Michalson
Lawrence Michelaon will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea ol
( oral (tables on Saturday, Dec 23
Larry la the son ol Mr and Mrs
Bernard Michelaon, 6035 sw 64th
PI He is an eighth tfrade itudent
at South Miami Junior High, where
he plays the clarinet in the school
band He l< active in the sports
program of the South Miami Rec-
reation Division He is continuing
his religious education at Judea.
Grandparents of the celebrant
AJMen, v* ili ni>\tT\t
van at ii n.;
Datid iv jii eighth gi.ol"
at Weal Miami Junior High
Mr and Ifn Aiaaeil will host
the Kidiliish following the lefTiCl
and a reception at home on Satur-
day evening
Raymond Sh*rhil|
Saturday morning. Doc 23rd.
Raymond Jonathan, non of Mr and
Mrs Joseph Sherbill. 1761 Cleve-
land Kd will be Bar Mitzvah at
Tempi' Met Tamld
Raymond is a student at Nauti
lus Junior High and Temple Ner
Tarn id Bell hool
Saturday even;' ind Mn
Sherbill will hold open house in
honor ol Raymond s Bai Mitzvah
Marshall Crupper
Marshall n "i Mi ami Mrs
Paul I ill be called !o the
I .ii ,n. ,i ,i Bai M .'/\ ah on ^alui
day I ii i 23 .ii I emple Zion
Mai U pupil
at Gladi Ju
Mr and Mrs Grupper will host
the Kiddush following the ervices
and reception at home Saturdaj
evening
Nell Better
Saturday morning -ervices at
Temple Zamora on Dec 113 will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah ol Neil
\inhael son ol Mi and Mrs Nj
than Belter
.Neil is in the eighth grade at
Shenandoah Junior High
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception to be held ai the Se
ville Hotel
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Friday evening services on Dec.
22 at Beth David Congregation will
feature the Bas Mitzvah ol Heidi
Pamela Gouz
The celebrant is the daughter of
Mr and Mr- Philip Gouz MO Sv\
25th Kd. and granddaughter ol
Mri Ida GOUZ of Miami
Heidi is in the eighth grade at
Shenandoah Junior High She will
be honored at a reception in her
home.
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Friday evening services Dec 22
at Temple Beth Israel will include
the Bas Mitzvah ol Geri Eileen,
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Jewish Ghetto
Was Nat All Bad
he newspaper headline! to
day fairl) scream with the
i I "ghetto," and it seems h
iinister. But i- ghetto really such
i bad word"
Zangwill wrote happily about
The Children of the Ghetto.*' Irv-
ng Berlin and Al Jolson came
mm the ghetto Al Smith, who al
most oecame President ol the United States came
up from the Irish ghetto
When we read about ghettoes today, we know
the reference is to th<- residential sections of the
colored. Init the term was first and usually applied
to Jews Jews lived for centuries in ghettoes. In some
ways, the Jews in the ghettoes were worse off than
the Negroes in other w a> i, the) vv ere better off
Some derive the word from the Hebrew "get."
meaning a divorce; then there is the theorj that it
i- a corruption of the Italian term for Judaica; but
the derivation most favored 1- that it stems from
the Italian word "gietto" meaning cannon foundry
The Jewish section In Venice was located near a
cannon foundry.
Every important European city had it> ghetto
The ghettoes began voluntaril) The Chinese have
their Chinatown The Irish, the Italians, any great
bodv of newcomer- are attracted to their own kind
Man) .lews preferred to live by themselves be-
cause, thai way, the) were less likely to be Insulted
on the streets, and on Passover less likely to have
the bod) of a dead child dumped on their premises
.ind the .lews hailed to court on a trumped-up ritual
murder chai
In Rome, under the orders of the Pope, a portion
Hi the Jews of the ghetto every Sunda) were herded
together and brought to church to listen to sermons
It must have been a little hard on Jews On SatUl
they had to go to shut and on Sunday to church You
can t sa) they didn't get enough religion.
i-ere frequent in the ghettoes because the
section was usuall) the worst in town and the con-
:he ino-i severe But the Jews living
derived some advantages too There were more
i schools, charitable institutions .1- .1 re
suit More Jewish culture developed There wi 1
even labor guilds of Jewish craftsmen goldsmiths,
>lers shoemakers tailors and so on
Living together i- n it m> bad ol itself Th<
1 Sidi r Ni w York was a pretty livelj and in-
sting place full ol libraries, theatre: rganiza-
ui all kinds and more daily papers than all
Nl 1 \ irk I it) has tOdt) What makes ghett
bad is tiie terrible housingnot the livii I 1 'her
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
New Comedy
Holl) m ood
BETER SELLERS portrays Harold
Fine. ., Los Angeles lawyer who
turn- from being a square into a hi:
in Warner Seven Arts' new ma
comedy, I Love You. Alice B. Toklas,
ti.n kgrounded b) those bearded, beaded
and sandaled flower people who haunt
Hollywood's Sunset strip. Greenwich Vil-
and tne Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco Sellers
on the screen 1- blocked in by a solicitous Jewish mother
tJo Van Fleet), by a lecherous, athletic law partner
(Herbert Edelmanl and by a 'way-out' brother (David
Arkin>
Executive producers and coauthors of the nonsensical
yarn that borrows its title from Alice B Toklas. friend and
secretary to the late Gertrude Stein, are the Chicago
Second City" revue team of Larry Tucker and Paul Ma-
ZUISJky, two OUtapdken non-conformists who have one tin-
produced screenplay to their credit. So We Made a Little
Mistake, or II Bomb Beach Party." a black comedy dfl
rived from tire account of the lost H-Bomb thai went to
the bottom of the ocean off I'alomares in Spain last year
I have known Larry Tucker, a bearded gianl who-c
family haiN from Odessa, ever since he portrayed a lead
role In a motion picture, shock Corridor." din
Samuel Fuller some five years ago Bab) faced Tuck-
er's portrayal Of an inmate in an insane asylum was -,,
shocking!) real that he received from the Hollywood For
. gn Press Association a "Best Actor'' Golden Globes
irds nomination After appearing in the movie, lie
ni baik to his earlier association with Mazursky, writ
comedy routine- (or the Dana) Kaye television
Heavyweight Lam Tucker is a Jewish boy from Chi-
Still in his early thirties Staitu nightclub
doorman electrician, manager and owner. b<- gave Mike
Nichols and Elaine Ma) their very lursl booking and
turned down his later-day partner Mszursk) for laek of
talent '
Having produced two revue- of their own The Third
City" and Wild. Wicked World Hi I ker and Ma
zurskry turned to screen-writing Then- script for "I Love
You, Alice B Toklas." delighted Warner's product: n
head. Kenneth Hyman and intrigued Peter Sellers and
director Hy Averbach It is now before the came:
me of $3,000,000.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Life In The Occupied IVrritoriVs
? HE SIGN hanging over th.
* trance to the largest hotel
in Gsza still reads In Arabic and
English "Hotel Nasser Howcvei
over this sign flutters a large 1-
raeli flag Here are the headquai
ters of the Israeli administration
for the Gaza area From here an
eyi 1- being kept on the civilian
Arab population of 100.000 which :- not exact!)
friendly to Israel, although it -hows no siyn of hot
tility now
Israeli soldiers can be seen all over the city with
small-size rifles iver their shoulders The)
cannot afford to leave anything to chance, the)
must always be alert to the possibilit) of snipers or
acts of sabotage by local Arab terrorist- The at
mosphere in the ii'y becomes relaxed when you
teach the business center Never have the Arab
merchants done so much business as they do now
under Israel.
Thousands of Israelis and foreign tourists come
here daily from Israel Each of them leaves some
monev .it the -tails, buying souvenirs or product- ol
local industry, or merchandise like nigs and silks
The storekeepers sit in front of their open stores
which are full of all kinds of goods-silk. teaaHea
foodstuffs, shoes, watchesand muse whether l
|a here to rtsj rhej are not certain of th. f
status ot the 1 itv and the\ therefore follow the polu .
of "business 1- business by hanging out signs
Hebrew side h> -ide with their Signs in Arahn
Man) Arab women tan in- s,-<-n walking in the
streets with their face- traditionally veiled S
the men consider it fashionable to be sect it
street in pajamas, but the majorit) wear the is
Arab garb, demonstrating silentl) that the)
in-t and foremost Arabs
Seven months after the war you can iti
remnants ol crippled or demolished Soviet
Gaza area fields, and hundreds' oi captured s
tanks In Israeli parking lot- On the road to
voil see the new So'let truck- which the I-
had abandoned now being used by Israeli mi
unit- for their daily transportation needs
Buses are now running from Jerusalem to
lebem. which is visible from Jerusalem's high 1-
and a drive from Jerusalem to Bethlehem is jusi
rule from any American city t.. a suburb \
policemen keep order and the atmosphere
(itv is v.rv normal More pilgrims an- seer.
than dune..: the .iord.mi.ni regime
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israelis Swallow De Gaulle Hostility
Jerusali
IT WAS AS IF Americans suddenly dts
covered thai s-'' '.1 Claus was
earn in.: Communist
Israelis, who earlier -wallowed with
considerable restrainl Gaulle's
pro Arab policies and unilateral arms
embargo, reacted with visceral vehem
ence to the clearl) anti Semitic overtones
Of his last pre-- con'c n ci
Not -nice Stalin's time has .. leader of a major p
dared resurrect ghosts from the Protocols of 'he Elders
of Zion Not sinci Stalin's death have Jews here been re
mmded so si y- ol the specter ol racist bigotrj banging
over their European brethren as when the) heard the man
who claims t -[.. ,iV; of the JeWI as ;i
"domineering, self-assured, 'chosen people with vagw
but dark inn:- about their wealth international ties and
influence on public opinion
Suddenl) people remembered various -tone- like that
of the editor of the French Resistance msgszine, who
when presenting to Gen de Gsulle the first issue
a-ked -harplv 'Wh) are there -,, man) Jewish names
wi.v .,:, so many Jews In m) entouragi Or the
General's remark when, as France first Prime Ministei
after the war he hi ument with M Mendc- Ft.
then one ot the Jewish members of his cabinet "II
pity, but he is mon and less
There wen various theories for thi en<
rein.irk- Mori sophisticated or less essentially the) all
add up t" the assumption that such view- about the Jews
w.re always there in De Gaulle's mind and now the) sur
faced into the-open But why now" Some comment
attribute it to his advancing senility, which brings out
prejudices imbued in childhood or youth and also breaks
down controls 1 traints superimposed bj reason and
later cultural influences
others claims that what brought out such latent feel
ei thai French Jews dared to 1
onstrations In June against the General's pro \
anti-Israel attltudi Incidentally, French Jews
lationisl community b) and lai e actuall) ; ay<
noi role In those demi 1 he moving sp r 1
North African Jews urbo emigrs ranee '!' :
ceo and Algeria became independent, .i- w II
numerous non Jewish friends of l-rael and the evei
numerous plain Frenchmen who detest ami disliki
Arabs Still otheis maintain thai the General was '
to pander to latent anti-Semitic sentiments amor
trench peasantry ,md petit-burgeoisic to win support I
hil unpopular Middle Fast policy, widely seen by Fi >
men as "stabbing a friend in the back "
Be that .1- it mav the Israel government has mans
so far not to be sucked into the vehement popul.i: ieelin
-t hi Gsulle Prsctlcall) the entire Israel Air 1
..- well .is Important sections of other arms of the I-:
Defense P rces are based on French-made equipment
weapon- Isrsel need- spare ports and a- thini
tolerable in thai respect -he sees little wisdom in bating the diffen 1 possfbl) -making ll 1
foi De Gaulle to do more harm to Israel's vital h ten -
on the 1 orders his representatives
lj doing their beat to hurt Israels interest
possible At the 1 mted Nations France oftei
Soviets in pull on some African deli
tor pro Irah resolutions France prevented
ion of land's application for .
the Europeai.....not Market and later ever
West Gel posal that the Common Marl
much u-ss signiflcsnl Trostmi
meat with Israel This means that Israel ha-
nath 1 nipplj i,,r her v Ital nessss
The embargo imposed in June has convin.
that she must strain her own resources to the III
become self sufficient In the production of stratei
plies The prlee involved my be the price of HOT
European Newsletter By Alfred Wolfmann
Bulk Of Nazi Trials Still Ahead
Bonn
I IKE THE SUBMERGED part of an iceberg, the
true extent ol Nazi war crimes, and the bogs
number of criminals Involved, are only Just begin
ning to come to tightnear!) 'a rears after the sur
render of Na/i Germany
The reason ii that Germany started v.rv late
m the dav to bring Nag] war i riminai- to justice The
Central office for Prosecution of Wai Crimes, at
Ludwigsburg, was formed Mil) nine years as:o But
when 11 did begin it- systemath invi -. it
was like the opening ol Pandoi
lanche of nev, evidence pouring forth Each Invi
'ii and each new case led to evidence ol 1
more Nazi ma-- murders
Bven so on!) ., relatively small number of crim
inals could he brought to trial And many of them
get away with ml for horrendous 1 rimes
Still more will avoid punishment if the statute of
limitation, goes into effect on Dec :n l!Ki Scheduled For that will nu-an that onlv crimes in
vestigated before the 1MB deadline can be pro-,-
euted If the amount of new evidence that 1
light almost daily Is an) indication there are huge
Of unknown evidence that ma) never be dia
covered if the statute of limitations takes effect
German state prosecutors are in a hurry because
of this pending deadline The Central Office m Lud
wigaburg has s,, far opened i.4W Invsjetigatktri
murder charges against Nam. Cases where the
charge is manslaughter have been scratched I
the li-t But B8I cases Involving murtlei hav. I
ed on bv the Ludwigsburg office to various stati
prosecutors while ".th ea* '.ll under pn I
investigation In contrast, the Communist bloc e
East Europe closed their war criminal si
1 hsir political aims wen-
impoi la .....m than bi Inging Nail an h erimu
1
In H 1 still BO eases under 11
on involving 2,790 persons In lower I
178 n ,/: rimlns
suspects previously unknown to the authorities ll
ovei u esses are under knvestigstsoa; Brui
has 18 rases in Osnabrueck 11 are under Invi
Includini faast former members of Hit
Sv bod) Hard; there are ten each m Law
Itingen, Oldenburg. Aurieh, Hlldeaheim,
and Verden in Cologne the state prosecution
working on ".BOO cases Dortmund is takm
1.500 metnben of the ''IhutosfcoaBaaandosr of th. s>


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REVIEWS
'tX$ I'ORWARU FROM EXILE
I* Hi ANSI AIKlt and llllii
By MAURICE SAMUELS
Forward From Exit*. th
i Lev in
(Jewish Pub S '> 443
-1 tcosm 1 '

Jews who constituted more thin
half of the Jew is lion
of turn ol
- me is a
..l three
volume work. 11 >*ers the ]
0 1906 when
Parliament
\ Cur Nicolas
L\ \.. reive Jew who
served in :h.i- body, having !>
, |( i ..:-. -. ; pulation of Vilna
i- that i itj i repi tsentative
Although the author did not re
cord tru- period from l!H)6 to his
death in l!>35. the autobiographj
st.11 stands as an important and
delightful work Maurice Samu-
els* artistic command of both
Yiddi>h and English produced a
translation which retains the fla-
vor and color of the original Ian
guaj:e and is a fitting commemor-
ation of the 100th anniversary of
Levin's birth For Samuels, it was
love W li
of m-
: on th,. part
- in the I
i \> ) as any 1
">ht< tl' life was n e is to
the lir>t 134 f this
book Described are the festivals,
fasts the family .. \-
ted towns in Russia and the
Polish sector of Russia, th<
of the "cheder" and the primary
concerns of the people Herbert
Miller wrote. "Nothing is more
undignified than a past become
quaint Samuels adds thai un
fortunately, "Nothing could be
more quaint than the image of
the Russian Jewish work! crystal
Using in the public mind" and
that the picture drawn by Levin
"has no connection with the un-
informed sentimentality of Baal
European Jewry which of late
h.i- become a fashion among gen
tiles a- well al .lew- "
Shmarys Levin was one of the
giants of Zionism and his encoun
rith others of intellectual
LIVING HEBREW
Easy conversations taker cry day iile in lsiaelwith typical
colloquialisms and proverbs'
prese-tee* by TMf TA1SUTH *Om*lT>0* rOt TMI ADVANCtMtNT Of
tKMVH CMTWf aaW tU UtOtXAH JEWISH MISS ASSOCIATION
h. Setose KedtU
THREL (W*^
A. Sir. :r qu Carael
Street?
B. Sorry. I'm eomt ia the
opposite direction.
fitVII rVr
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T-tarifQ
A. Wonderful. I. too. have to |0 ~-:? ReTTI ".* D2 .TTO3 .K
in the same direction. _, J1,__
I. Sorry. I'm hurrung to the train. ,*3S*V "123 ".H ,*>J?tSXO .3
I have no time to stop on
the way.
A. What luck' I also am in a
hurry for the train.
I
B. Hmmm Whose luck?
A. Luck for both of us I'll get to
the train and you'll be happy
to do somebody a favor.
B. In short. I see ihai I have no
t step into the cat and
we'll go.
A. C h. ce? Actually you have
three choices: You can drive
me willingly, and vou can
refuse lo drive me at all.
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.ttej) v*k pert b^i
I. You listed only two. snd whit rv.3H TV* S\T pi r*JD .3
is the th.rd choice? ? wf^rVTl
A. To behave as you are behaving j*,t ftimnrx "3* Snjrn^ .X
and compelling me to receive
your kindness with an
unpleasant feeling.
You're right. We'll choose the
first. Indeed, my dear Sir. it
will be my pleasure to drive
you .
reluctantly,
unwillingly
to compel
kindness
feeling
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YOLK DICTIONARY FOR TODAY_____________
frvx direction FTO
opposite TeW
I'm sorry ")J^ra ,J?
choice liJTJJ
to drive V&fi
nva-vi
IDIOMS:
opposite direction
no choice
It's my pleasure
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pen pro
nvu r*
stature pi It insightful vign-
m the lives aj Biahk. l>aac
Bberg, Aha,! Ka-Am and
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errors musl i1 1!''
the ocnmandmi n\ M mor thy
father is la Ihe
On | 251 ihe i
the wife t>l the Patriarch Abra-
ham i- stated as 123 as i quota-
tion from the Hebrew whereas
Com ;- 5 l states ii to rx 121 %n
index of names should have been
included in the book
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IN TMI CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-14043
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
Case No 67.16939 (Collen)
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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No. 67.18104
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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No 75181-C
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 67-18419
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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CASE NO *7.1WI.-S
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