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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 29, 1967

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

Notes

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 29, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02030

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

Full Text
^eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Nu::.b
- 29, 1967
Rabbis Are In Dilemma Over College Youth
HtOSSINGERS, NY (JTAl -
rabbi on the < ollc ;e campus
viewed here this week .i- being
shi in a "clash of expectations
reel the institutionalized Jew-
[community, which expects him
preserve the ancient faith
modern rebels." and his
h:-it> nrrauodlnga "which
him to open search ami m
rrade Pact
Concluded
Rumania
Kl. AVIV. (JTAi \ three
moment under which Ru
|a a ill buy 150.000 tons of i-
pboaphatei annually, and
aviation transport pact, were
il here thi- week Signing for
ama a- visiting Fon
Ji Minister Gheorghi Cioara
Sharof, Cnmmeree and i
i Minister, ligned for I
signing culminated six days
>lks between Rumanian and Is
officials The agreements in
td provision fur I mixed com
|on created on the basis of a
grange economic scientific
', trade pad signed last April
[Rumania in the onl) ("in
it counir> which did nol break
Ions uiib Israel during the
?;i\ War last June
petals id tni'li delegations
with satisfaction the progress
ved to date 111 tiade i
fcomniissi'ii also will i
ulities of further
"ic and lechi ical coopei i
between the Iwo cout tries
"lines immediately I
lights t Rumi
ic pod proi ides an op
umania to buy an addi
v kki tons of Israeli phoa
wr 'i.illy The phosphates
>hi Rumanian plants t"
mical fertilizers Ru
uils also were n
i. for a new. large
industry which would
i.f Israeli know how
ement proi thai
1'hosphoi ic acid to be pro
i trad chemical i
chemical ferl Ru
i tin was rxpect< bu)
BJeli potash
I Ismail delegation rep
that there were go d p issibili
oiling Timma copper to
It .inia aflei Jul) 1868 < oppei
eduction at the mines i- sold
It until that date
The conflict Is en King "a grow
lv "f their role and
lion" among the rabbis and
,,!" men who serve as re-
:- eo ii si lors to college stu-
lents Dr Alfred Jospi dii
i and resources for B'nai
B nth llillel Foundations, told the
annual conference of Hillel din i
lors here (Sight) one rabbis, uho
serve si major American and i
nadian schools, are participating
The problem is further compli
cated, in Jospe noted, by the fad
major spokesmen ol re
"maintain that religious faith is
-" longei considere pla
tenable" by large numbers of stu-
dents !! conceded that proachn |
and traditional liturg) were not
particularly effective With stu-
dents; "there is need to use the
idiom or contemporary thought
and culture" to make religious ob-
ce relevant to stua
he also w arned against a "cult of
relevance." citing a danger thai
"worship of relevance may ulti-
lestri j the relevance oi
wot ship "
Similarly, Dr Jospe added, the
campus rabbi's practice ol "going
where ihe action is"joining in
TO AWAIT ESHKOl VISIT
student protests oi social conc-.-.i
-cio.-s not neces'arilj laki
lievers out ol students "
It may be, he said, that Hie
student activists art "berrowi-ic
for their ends a re:->ctDbdi-.
and legitimacy that the term
'rel'-ron' lends to anything in
America. Student radicals hav
rortinued on Page 3-A
j Johnson Defers Reply
On P-4 Phantom Jets
ZffV SHAMf
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi
lent J nson has deferred a de
cision on supplying Important new
arms to Israel, including the P-4
Phantom jet fighter-bombers, at
least until tin- February visit ol
Israel; Prime Minister l.evi Esh
koi highl) placed U.S. officials
have disi losed
These officials said that thi
White House was convinced that
Israelis Differ on Fate
Of Occupied Areas

JERl SAI I \l JTA An and.
00 I ludk
prominent 1-r iehs amonj
Y. Agnoi al
i all) here ||
the new Mi ". ement foi a tt I
Eretz I
ly distinguish) kers
urge permanent retention bj l-
: all territories .captured dui
Six l is Wa H
n i" the "mot emenl has
A mot i" akers were M i s
R ai hel B< r Zvj vidou ol
md Pi esident, Vitzhak Ben Z\ i,
n Vahil head "i th
. i nmenl and Jewish Igeni) -
the Diaspora; and Brig
ii Abraham Yoff<
\ ision i ommander in the Si
insula durum the .tune war
Gen Yol
declared that the cease I
afford Israel securitj along her
holders for the first time in 19
veai ^io the pre June
boundaries which wire "a night
It rel Avh the hea I ol thi
II el's General
iup "i He
; a i : vet -.': graduates in that
ai i ,i thai i : ael "w ill stay w here
we are w ith resped to thi
i lews 'Jen Ezer Weizmann
that the present situation
h an unusual oppor-
tunity
pic and to prevent
futut e wars'
But a group of Israeli univer-
sity professors announced forma-
tion of a committee to oppose
the "Movement for a Whole
Ereti Israel."
A spokesi Ihe new group
i ild publish a statement
within a few days The
ars contend that unilateral
would endanger peai e
- ipardize the Jewish charac
l-i ael and its humanitarian
and denu" : al C '
ro dangerous arms imbalance cur-
rent!} existed in the Midi ie h.a
beca ise of the supply ol in Doue
las Skyhawk jet bombers to Israel
The Skyhawks were purchased in
iw>6. ami an- now being manufac
lured and delivered 01 icials
pointed out that the Skyhawks rep
resented more than numerical re
plac -men! ol Israel's losses in the
Six Daj War. because Israel i
alleged to have lost fewer aircraft
than the total Of Skyhawks Some
of the losses were described as
obsolescent types
'Official Israeli sources have de-
clined to confirm reports that Mr
Eshkol would seek permission for
ai quire Ihe P 4 Phantom
bers w hen he meets
President Johnson here, but thej
hat i ne> et ci n< ealed th
Israel must I ; an alter
-. hi ce of equipment in i ii ol
: jo on
militan equ for Israe
backb f the Israeli i
is the Mirage \ fight r bomber, ol
hi. h 1-r tel had 50 on order in
last .lane and the
delivery of which ha- been b
b> Gen de Gaulle The French em
-opped the flow of
replacement parts necessar) to
f o"linud n *oe 7-A
UN Drops
Plan For
Custodian
UNITED NATIONS. N V (JTA)
A resolution calling for the i
tment of a U N custodian of
absentee Aiab property in Israe
ited by the General Assembly's
Special Political Committee, was
killed in the Assembl) this we<
when that body decided nol to p
Ihe measure to a I ote Thus W
had been a victory lor the A
tinned into a mine favoring
[ that she would not accept a CU-i
' ib propertj i
territorj
The resolution, sponsored in the
Special Political Committee
five Asian and African countries,
exDired in the Assembl) when
Chief Adebo. representative of
Nigeria, j i that it be
aside for lack of time to (un-
it. The Assembl) was a ind i
rent session
Arrests Balk Plans Of
Terrorists To Mar Rites
TEL AVI\ JTA
es said I
arresl i sts in the West
area inrrei ke plat
igainsl
Christian p rims coming to the
ho!> plan the Yule huh
da)
The report came againsl a hack
ground ol continuing Arab guer-
Jews Now Eager For Corporate Posts
By Special Report
KEVi YORK J<
eking careers in bu
1 e about as eagei as non
ii youth t" s.-ck the
h in lartfe oorporations
and large thej than thi
"I their non Jewish content
towards none) l<
}I risk taking, and other aspects
"'sine-s lilt*
- the Mtenee "i a pionoei
. i> bj a Cornell Univi
made i re b)
i |uent
too much "i a
last "Hi the corporate Ii
i, 11,,!. to "ik indepi ndentl
, their own business
Prol R isi K Gold
ius identit) pl
,;,. in shaping atti
ness in some
. ,. al a|| Di Goldsen
adds Hie values and attitudes a
prospective businessman will bring
:n his work arc determined chiefly
h) the particular career choice he
has made" b) his niter'
come a businessman or. -i
: oi ati or n man
Ii ent entrepreneur.
Di Goldsen's stud) drew on the
career motivations ol 30.000 col
, niors "J various religious
and ethnic backgrounds at 135 uni-
es a- revealed in a ques
tionna re s ) Ihe National
irch i ntei
. ol ha aj o a- wi
in a similar sun > ol -':-
i 'ni\ i
In the survey, the n
v i ii asked to i ite thi
choices to rate how the) valued
opportunities lor leadership and
rreath it) and for high earnin -
and lice.loin from supi n ision,
Continued on Page 13-A
in the Wi
tor In the latest inc..Ii
infiltrator was killed U
raeli patrol clashed with a
intruders alter a numbe
irtar shi Us exploded near V i
Hani -' in the Samai ia distt
ol Ha lera ri here were no Isra
casualties Securitj forces began a
hunt for the attackers and ran into
the seven inti o wi re si
ing to | trati ea tward I
r s x ma Ii their esi a
Ten orisl hav< pre\ iousl) use l
mortar fire againsl civilian an
securitj sout I that
Ihi Is. all mi
hi rs S Pales
line I ront.' ha
ned t.i i ai ry mber of
th Bi thlehem
p l {rims and ;
it was for this that a la
number ol the intruders '*->^ <
Bt< d in the area
The sources said that the In-
truders found shelter in a num-
Continued on Page 11 A


Page 2-A
+ l
Reform Jews Announce Israel Plans
NEW YORK. i.ITA) Reform
Judaism in America, which at it*
inception in the 19th century dis-
missed the idea of a Jewish na
lional homeland, announced an e\
tensive program this week to
strengthen ties with Israel among
its million adherents in the United
States and Canada, and to advance
the cause of Reform Judaism in
Israel itself
The program uas outlined by
Rabbi Maurice N F.isendrath. pre-i
lent v>f the In ion of American
Hebrew Congregations, central
congregational body of Ri-fonn
.Uidaism m the Western bemis
re; Earl Morse eh the
UAHC board A i ind v
: Id Hess
- chairmai i national
mittee on Is ine c
h u.i-
tion 49th
I'AH
i
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Be.h SHolcm
Miami Beach is aroong the Re-
form Jew'sh leaders named to
serve on the nat'onal ccmrr.ittee
charged with implement ng the
ne program.
Mr .'!
: uiv.- pri to i ci c
tud>

titiu .'"
the activil
the i Progressive
Reform Judaism i 1st tel Fivi
i e >ii signed I i h >-olv< the U VHC's
Luncheon and Games Party
Member* of the Delia Delano
"hapter of Hemophilia V :nc!atior.
I ill meet for lunch at
Thursday, noon, Ian 4 at the
Bel Aire Hotel Mrs Leah I'd
- auxiliary preaid
680 member congregations and in
dividral Reform JeWl more active
ly in the life of Itrael The latter
include the expansion of present
programs for teenagers: the de
relopment of camr study pro-rams
for younger children and adult
education study program* in L-
rael: the establishment of Israel
committees in Reform congrega-
tions here, and strengthening of
ties with the l.eo Baeck High
School in Haifa, the e-nlj school
,i Mliated nith Progressivt Judi
in Israel.
on the Israel *een< Mr H
tion sj
seven I

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He
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**ni Jordan Sets Rules On
Wesl Hank Trade
T B
JKRISAIKM UTA) The lor
I Utii weak that brisk trade is
| on between Jordan and the
Urael eeeuaded Weal Bank l>\ an-
nouneiag that a conuniiaion has
been iet up to luperviae it Accord-
to the Amman radio, the (hi. t
purpose of the eommiaaion is to
tnaka sun- that goods entering Jor-
dan originate on the Weal Hank
.ind not with "the enemy" mean
;ns Israel Seven- penaltiaa will be
imposed on violator*, Amman ra
dio said.
Thi.- was the first public ad mis
Rabbis Are
In Dilemma
Continued frm f- tgt IA
rarely rttponded by fillincj the
pew* of synagogues or churches.
as believers," Dr. Jospe said
Rabbi Jaj K pxei itive
di nt ol H nai B'ntl
lii : address here said that the
rabbi v in\ oh emenl ii
rial action affords him "the oppor
: the J< u ish kin wli
mmitmcnt wl
i atea Rndenti in Ii
i lal lustiee There art i
f iid, "no dognt I
no niu., \ which an- the lit
;..4(n i ot a student Jewish
However, the ethical act Ii
i ithentic in of his Jew
ushneaa, and that ia where the
I on campus also must t-
IfilU-l director in in
rrease ;n Intermarriage counseling
racjueati for n initrui
l in convei mom In moat i aaes
I said the couple involves <
.' sh boj planning to wed a non-
I'M sh cot il
sion bj Jordanian s thai
i xiats between th< I
:'-' Banks, although it has been
nourishing for months The hu-
man traffic from the Bast to the
West Banks ol the River continues
M wel1; ,n" on a much smaller
wale than the Main, in goods
Onlj 35 persons crossed the Allen
V Bridge near Jericho to loin rel-
atives in the Judea and Samara
districts under Israel's family re-
union plan It is reported that
Mime 200 are eligible
Traffic has increased to a point
where Israeli authorities indicated
were considering renewal of a
busline franchise for such cross-
ings Two West Bank firms, one
from East Jerusalem and one from
Hebron, have made applications
franchise I he Israeli Trans
Mmistm da- i a obji ctions,
but the militar) i i has n >t
>et replied
wolpert Named To
Advisory Board
G< i Wol esidenl ol
Wolpert Interiors, has been ap
nil
" %d -ol-. Board ol Health to fill
thi res

V Miami resident i i Mr
IVolpert writes a Hi ati d
iiinn on furniture and decorating
winch appears ii some 200 news
".'i" oughout the United
States and Canada
He bat served as a member ol
the Mental Health Association
board ol directors for almost 20
years, and i- among volunteers on
ol the Econom c I rppor
lunitj Program In Miami
U.S. OIL FIRMS
EYE ISRAEL
TEl AVIV, ii \ one
oi two An rlcan oil
interested In oil prospecting
In Israi i has sent a rep i .
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the second firm are due
earl} in January, it was re
ported this week The visits
developed fi >m a recent trip
to the United states by s
Malcln. head of the petroleum
department of the Israel De-
velopment Ministry
The Development Ministry
has indicated it hopes to at-
tract at least one major firm
with sufficient means to do
oil prospecting over a large
area The basis for this is
provided by a recent re-
division ol Israel for license
purposes, Which makes pos
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arreas for such prospecting
SOME 3C0 Amen, an flags were
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Greater Effort Needed
In The Coming Year

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the pan ol the U1A leaden t
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le Israel .
it was a y -
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Israel ret ol tl
. v p their int
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Add tot
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me sinister proporl
Unfortur
' velopm-
th. [act th m]
nnel are based in cr
ing Arab officers bu:
erecting mih'ar,- sti
There are those ., .. such jn.
timate Russiar. j .
:' "uiT,07 ac,"!!v I 3 r-straminq
-- Miadle East ter.son. Su
take into account the cutng-1 ment ago
l inspired by Soviet leaders and
by Moscow's refresh I the
ed Nations.
Even if Russia wanted to restrain the A
:ewmg hostilities, the fad that Egy: I
leaders have shown themselves I
ponsible, militates against the cause of
With Russian persc-.na! as well as
vdy involved in the Egyptian war ::
the danger to Israel in 1968 becom-
:.-n before since
.hties could lead to a llrect clash between
ml and the Soviet Uni
Middle East picture then, is
a reassuring one for the coming y
The prospects of peace, therefore de-
to a large extent on Israel's ability to main!
deterrent strength cl its armed forces.
With the friendship of the Fr*nch Govern-
I a thing of the past, an important factor
.:. Israel s security will be the recognition by the
American Government oi the wisdom and
lustire of supplying Israel with the arms ~,he
needs and cannot now receive from France.
But ihe most vitai requirement for Israel is
*c
the support of :. r r-.-1 sure ally A.
-: : ts th
' M Fewry
" -
the cjr-wmg d :
: rd ol the i9-77 E
:nd "C-r-iq-;
.n 1968 : it tin ; miri itk n :'..- ady '
shown oy communal '.
'>e to | rovide for Israel's neo:
i sure sign ol ss
.. .
No Religious Significance?
' Saturday ihl a good friend
roe! was the deserv
Roc;- Humanil
by the Gre-.-t?: Miami
lion.
W o
eaircrcfthc Miami News said thev
or
ticance.
, M' :...... ...
characteristics of the Jewish Stav
won -on.
He cited the broad 7e of ad
n the tiela I
.7 ,he : tons in
.Mr. 3a-;-
md technk
as
far greater
i; ^r^ssive tr
s -hf "
as the,,::
weliare care for the ., in th(?.r
Obviously Mr. 3aggS when he s
no religious, mc-ta ]sTne]
or^wa. using that term in the very nar-
If dedication to the cause of humamtv and'
rcwew^ar^'^Cra-^'^
JOSEPH ILSl'r
ALS0P
Kennedys Vnd McCarthy
n Wbat
\t.
Is this i

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.
McCarthj .i (air bet to
-provided he (W-. not p r
nut all the local I> m->cratii- Pur
ty'i cranks and txtrtmisli
: -'(M>n themselves an>und hi*
rrrk. as thr> will sun-K Ii>
i.i
Even :n Wu Hampshire, whrrr
hi lias nut yet announced iprob
abi> because be is havinc trouble
:iR up the right delegate slate
McCarthy micht ueil get some
where with the li^ht tactics It
:- .. Hawkish hut wr> small state
Weeks of .arnest. obscure hand
shaking in the small towns rrusht
turn the trick for McCarthy,
whereas a few supereloquent
and Vietnam speeches, before
farout university audiences, are
almost sure to kill him dead in
New Hamp-hire
i>mplin{> Mislakfs
If the Kennedy organization is
managm;; ftfcCarUfcy Ixhind the
scene*, he is likely to as old the
tempting mistakes and to do the
hard but \ote getting things in
both New Hampshire and Call
torn.a Hut ^i\en his own charac
ter and proclivities. McCarthy li
pretty certain to do most of the
wrong things and to neglect the
:: h> i on his own
TO omplicate the matter fur
ther, there is the fact, on the one
hand, that McCarthy has openly
presented himself as a mere
for Sea Robert f
Ki nnedy And there is the fact
on the other hand, that McCarthy
has alwavs quite openly loathed
the Kennedys and holds the rec
ord for vicious bitterness against
J"hn f Kennedy during the lets
Presidint lifetime
The answer to the riddle to
date is clearly t be WURnt in
Ik* Kennedys' family f;cf. the
state of Maaaeesmsetts, where
McCarthj has already Indleated
he WiM enter the primary This
happens to have been the ens
thing Robert Kennedy asked Mc
Carthj NOT to do. in their onlv
se.ious talk before the latter\
formal aniioun, ,rn. nt of his can
duiacy
In VlavsarhuNfll
'' "fl protection of Presi-
dent Johnson was. of eoors.
mong the Kennedy motives for
family f,ef .lone. One motive wi,
tZFJZ IT" ,0 *vold *D firj^ <-
rts of trouble and embarrass ft"' ?SjSE
ll for the eurr.
;.- Id -i fsjn | -9
> H.it the n
Kennedy ,
Ma
.
Ma nl) >, ., ,, .
Brant hV'

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' l> mm 11, sJm n
as Met ,r:h\ \>
manag.
, ...
viewpoint ari
' : dm I by i re n
the st-: Den
mittee.
At this meetlni
supporting the I'r.
nam M-cured a w
tority 45 to 4 aril
Uooa nf the imu .. i inj
turn-out of comm.Vi.
Vel om i
arm of the Maaas
can pr')fiiee an unfor-
In href, MeCaithy
have the prohlea
Ihat hr has in N. .
shire, of rounding up i
able delegate slate II
can simply be put
ftthetJl further -
anyone who is .
anti \ietnam oi
Kennedy has refill d
a favorite son **.- it Me
v I with none to opp> -
Met arthy mil
re. rvcii a OM
organization's t SMI ml
gates were also w:
kfiinrdvs Kok
At this juncture, root,
Massachusetts evidence I
be regarded as decis.v
prevnt For the futurt
r compacts!] dii
aped Of Hubert Kenn.
Si behavior which a:
P> admirer has deacritx. < re
sembling that of "a ma-i in
eaaes who just won't
Nugaia Kails downr.
He has repeatedly politically sensible thing
he announced, with no q
that he would BHpfM
ident Johnson in 1968 Al '
n iKat.dly. he has hssresfter
himself be pushed or cy
doing less sensible I
hen he qualified Ml
Mr John sun in conn<
the McCarthy candidate
He knows none better tM
danger of the fate ol 1 :""-
Roosevell in ltl2. or
the fate of Hrary A Vs.. '
l4fi That was what
J Niagara FalU
mark above quoted I
Met arthy candidacy tx
i oft. r real sdvsi
Robert Kennedy, be U
have to resist seersu P11'
*ures. from aH sort* of
far from disinterested
in order to retrain from
n up those seeming, adva
a. 1 h Wa>l
trouble and eanharrass. tu^J sVi*^
bvMS br La > ''"


Friday, December 29, 1967
+.tmMrhridttow
Pavr- 5-A
HltBHT G. FAIGl
Paige To Head
Miami Economic
Advisory Board
bcrl '" Paige active In Miami
Jr. ;-h communal affairs and vice
and inager "f
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers ". Miami. Ini
tin- been named chairman o( the
ic Advisor) Board oi the
i a> of Miami.
Th. it\ Commis i n named the
37-year-oM executive to succeed
Clarence Boiley. The board was
established in 1962 "to promote
and develop economic growth of
the city and surrounding ana
Mr Pnise ha-, served ss group
Chairman of the I'mted Fund of
I>ad- County, and i> currently ac
tfare m the unrk of the Anti Da
famathMi Laugue of Florida. Bo)
Soetjti Miami isaociation >f Pood
Trades, United Jewish Appeal and
is cochairmaii of the development
fund of the Miami YMIIA
Holiday Races at Tropical
The 115.008 added City f Miami
Beach Handicap (or two-year-olds
at one mile and seventj yards, and
the $15,000 add. .1 New Years
Handii ap. the fourth il leg
of the Tropical Park spni
series, higniJghl the New Year's
holiday fair at Tropical The Cit>
of Miami Beach will be run on
Saturday, and the New Years
Handicap on the holida) P is! lime
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Bar-Han Announces
S20 Million Drive
For Development
M U YORK ITA
_' l million
$20 I in di 'i-'i'
an A
i til lion in Is
were innounced here this week b)
i niversit>' chancel! ir Or
! Lookstein il .i I h an
j dianei
Maim objectives <>i iiv cam pa* en
. the establtehmi nl ol .< I iw
school, Mhool of business ad-
ministral on, an Institute for High-
Jewish Studies, .iiitl the con
t ruction "\ .1 science center :>>.
cordinf to Dr Lookstcin. spiritual
k-ad< ol Sea Vork's Congregation
Kehilath Jeahurun About 1 third
ol Bar-Uan's 3.800 students are
.-iud> ng careers in science The
univi Bitj has been encoura
\rabs t<> enroll, with 12 Arabs
1 iw in attendance Right extei
can- .hi now available provid
1 lull educ; tnd ci edil
coun -
Part "i the new funds Dr I 00k
- n said will suppot 1
activities related to Ihe June war
One thase is the expansion ol
Is in border
1 ities .1 letlli for Is
. serving with oc

In another
h<- reported, the univcrsit> h.i-
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Mrs RuthB Kasaewitz has joined
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Grafton Architects a. reel
communications For the past ten
years -in has been associated with
ihc Venn 1 irporation. public rela
liona ii account supers
t 1- .1 member ol the Public
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,. thi Jack Kasseu iti rhiel
editorial writer for Tm M
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* A**f,f HurHn.iir
Top Names Are In
Belli Am Lectures
Responding to .1 communit) ol
\t-r uinYninR intellectual and 10
.il dimension v' members of the
'emple Bfiii Am Forum Commit
tea are hrinjiinK what the) haw
>iribed as "a brilliant roster of
tithorities from wideh divergent
;elds" for the fourth annual -enis
vanning in January
The fir A<-dncMlay. Jan 10. uill feature
ustice Abe Korlas of the Supreme
oart of the United Statei
Nominated as Associate Justice
>f the Supreme Court b> President
ihn>on Justice Fortaa held \.in
us federal government position!
efore lakins his leal in I960
Vmonfl i"i^tv he has held ,ir,
ndei Secret a rj "t 'he in'.
,nd adt iser t" the I S Deb gallon
United N itions 11 .1 .1
nen : 1 \ 1 1 in n! Arnold
Dr. Smith la ken
l'otft \> Advisor
K.v
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mivi nar)
Medk .n -1 entry
.. in Pi l
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nan.' .1 id d to Pi Delta
Kptjfen Ml onal honorary collcsji-
at journalism fraternit)
At Beth Torah, D Smith will
oordinate the religious, educa-
i-inal and racial activities tor the
listed S) ic youth group,
.iimb-" mi some 30 members
TIT S ime en
isjsjd to Miss A .1 icnior
il the l lorida, when'
a> fa ijori ion
SRAELS WHEAT
ale ;
ifBc 1 cover I
Fortas and Porter in V
DC Horn 1946 to 1966
The second speaker, scheduled
for Sunday, Peb 18, will be Vincent
Priee. star of Stage and screen, art
consultant and critic,
A man of many gifta, ||| Price
is known to theatre-goers for his
performances in many long-run
hit.- and to movie-goers for his
roles in popular chillers, sir. Price
received his forma! education in
art at Yale University and the
Universit) of London, and i^
known as an art connoisseur and
collector
Max Lerner, syndicated coluni
nisi and author of several best
sellers, will I*- guest lecturei or
Monda) M arch 4
Authoi Intern a a Ci\ 1I1
I The A ol Ovi
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Vork it)
Kourth and final forum si
on Monday. April 1. will have l'r
llaim 1. Ginott. child guidance
psychotherapist, as featured speak-
er Author of 'Between Parent and
Child." Dr Ginott based the book
on h;s IS years' 1 sperience in
child ps)chotherap) and parent
guidance His background has qua!
died him lor writing .1 practical
le lor making life between par
1 child less irritating and
. in
1
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P-T-7--
Johnson Defers Reply
On P-4 Phantom Jets
VINCENT PKICl
Dr. Lehi'iiiiin On
Luncheon Agenda
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1 "
iel Menl Morris Minov.
\ and ibe Solosko
Mrs En ai u I Mi ntz ;- serving
as luncheon chairman and Hen
Essen is chairman of the division
Continued from Page 1-A
keep the Israeli squadrons a r
horn. The Douglas Skyhawk*.
which the t'nited States has re
leased to Israel, and a lew ol which
are being shipped ever) month,
are not considered in the same
(lass a- the Mirage V and the P 4
Phantom.)
i s officials said that the latest
Administration evaluation, fully
shared by ih,. President, did not
see the Soviet role as such, at this
juncture, to justify a greater Amer-
ican involvement in Israeli defen-
sive requirements it was said that
the situation could change during
the i.isl hall ol lSiH. and. if so.
appropriate conclusions would be
li ,iu n.
I'll was authoi 1
lath el) depicted as u ishing to
would bi
su -
quip : 1 in the sai
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the United stales has respond? I
itel) to the Israeli defensiv,
situation ^- it exists at the year-
end But the matter remains under
active study and consideration. Il
Was apparent, however, that Ion-,
term military needs of Israel are
not at this moment an issue of
great priority at the White House
and certain^ not at the State Di
partment.
Rabbi Klein Author J
of Chanukah Drama
on Friday evening during se
vices ai Temple Tifereth Jacob, 1
Chanukah dramatization, ''Candli -
Talk.' written b) Rabbi Mauri)
1. w ill be presented by th<
temple Sisterhood
. in the pla) lei
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.ii.i.i -mi u JTA) Prtaw
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AlB< i 'ret In oil:111
Ml m Israel
u Hotel I'.i Hi.- innual
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Highlighting tho foktivitiok *>*\
th prokonfation to Ambakkador
Shimihon Arad, lsra*i's Envoy
to Moaito. of young ladiok como-
o* *gr in a dbut*nt procotkion
and mimlxri ot tho Diplomatic
Corpt in ceromony rrtlotting
tho goodwill blwn tho yinovi*
nation* toward* Itraal.
that Mracl wi now on
: ol its third decade
Latekood, l>r kronnh Mid,
,,i III iml <*><> have shared
: ill III. MD|I nf
and (ui
i,all lonigBl dedicate
mm oaj| partner
arlife Israel as Mm Bum tola
matunn,' tfl an almn
ra still fraught with crijH and
^ ith Imcl in her greatest
hour of danger and f *hall con
Mntn to land her all the economii
within OUT means knoy.nu
that u ik only through economic
1 ;...... ae
K I
i-dlloi ol I hi
i Inl
were John s Knight publisher of
The Miami Herald Di Henry King
Stanford, preaident "f (he 1 niver
ii\ nf Miami; and I nited Statea
Supreme ourt Justin' IlliamW <
Douglas.
The Award as conferred upon
!:., fg h\ Ambassador Arad
Th young lodiok como-of-ago
woro prokontod to tht Ambakka
dor by Mrv Anna Brenner May
ork, Grand Hoktokk ot tho Ball.
Other program participants wt i
Sam Blank, chairman >( the c m
mittec "I Patrons and H
Leonard Rosen honorarj chair
man ol the Great, r Miami laracl
Bond Organization; Sidney l> An
in, i-haimian of the Hi noreea ol
j Brotman; Hsrrj
Prankel; Dr Aaron Kahsn, axecu I
live direi lor ol Ihe Israel Bond . Miu ii In Eugene Labovltz,
Im Irving I In man Dai Id J
Light Saul Morgan; Lou Poller
.mil Jai ob R f kiii
Young !.i In come of age who
ited an re Dahlia
\bi imo iti daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs Mayer AbramowiU Linda
I" I htei nl Ml and
Mr> Leonard Berey of Munater,
Ind and granddaughter of Mr and
Mr Max Berezowak) ol Miami
Bi j.Ii. Suaan Gail Cavell, daugh-
U i of Mr and Mrs Jerome Ca-
M ii. Linda Lee Cohen, daughter ol
Mr and Mra < heater Theodore
i'ohen; Deborah Sue l.i\la, da
ti-r of Mr and Mn David Da
Rosemary llojw Kalk. daughtei ol
Mr and Mr. Walter S Palk and
loyce Ann Peltcin, daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Saul Feltzin
AKo Gwan Ann Goldberg, daugh
ter oi Mi and Mri Jack Goldberg;
Shell) Goldman, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Bennett Goldman; Judith
Myra Greenberg. daughter of Mr
uui Mrs Allan w Greenberg; iris
Bonny Horowitz, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Alex M Grobard; Lynda
Dale Kalmanaon, daughter of Mr
.mil Mrs William S Kalmanson,
Sharlane Myra Kotler, daughter of
Mr and Mi Mayer Kotler; Mazine
Hope Kronlah, daugMai of Rabbi
and Mrs Lean Kronlah; Leah*
Lynn Picker, daughter of Mr and
Mrs Donald Picker; Rona Cheryl
Reichelle daughter of Mr and Mra.
Irving J Reichelle; Sandy Rosen,
daughter of Mr and Mrs l^onard
Reasa; Ellas Elena Rubin, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mis Irving Rubin
, and Jan Safra. daughter of Dr.
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    i and Mrs Gimple Orim
    : ind Mr and Mr- Morton II.
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    al the annual dinner of the ''hubad
    1 jbavitcher Movement, it was an
    need thil week by Rabbi Abra-
    ham Kort. reglenel director of the
    iveinent.
    The dinner will be hold on Sun-
    evening, Jan 21 at the Fon-
    ebleau Mote;
    The honored 111 be e ted at
    the dinner for thetr devotion to
    the t'hahad Lubav itchel Movement
    which directs its efforts toward
    kC Branch Installs Roster
    r Lond B ch Work
    men will insl fficert
    promotii lervanci il I
    Jsjdaism throughout the world
    Rabbi and Mr- Orimland. who
    reeentlv moved to Miami Beach
    from Atlantic City. N J have a
    rradv U-uun to -hare in Jr\vih
    communal life in Miami Beach
    Rabbi Orimland is president of
    the newlj founded tMsolei Torah
    School and Mr- Onmland il active
    in the Ladies Auxiliary The eou
    pie ha- three children, daughter-
    Debby and Kivj and son. J.i>
    The Mavhorgs. ho are Ion;:
    time residents 1 f Miami Beach,
    ..re Soth active members of the
    Jewish lommunity Mr M.i\
    of the Gan-lsracl
    p and Treasurer of the Oholei
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    CHANl KAH
    JM extends sincere
    greetings and best wishes
    for a bright and
    happy Chanukah season.
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    Roster for 1888 leads off a
    ideirt. Jaoob C Cohen
    in 1 1, Simon Ilanan. S im I
    vice iwwiildints, Jack Turkish
    Mori.- Krev.it treasurer, Vt.lliam
    Ka-.-rv wcaetarf, s.>] Krevat,
    ,albsiin Samuel Letovitz; bon
    Bij iad k \.,- \i
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    lain. Mr- TiLmr H Hi
    Rep. Marshall Harris Will Introduce
    Sen. Ribicoff At Judea Series Jan. 7
    The Mel Han Is in v I-'
    bra f Ten pie Judea will be
    special Sabbath
    ! ) ni| bl the Coral
    (;,ii;, accepts the
    >| ., new lihrarv building from
    ihe family of the late Mr Harrison,
    a ,.-, >l ;. I. -v.pl,' Judea
    boani of directors at the time of
    his death.
    Architect Mom- Lapidui who
    lesifjned the synajtogue which was
    completed one jreer ago, planned
    the library addition so that it
    blends in with the sanctuary, -<>
    r.ai hall and school building com
    pies located across Divle Highway
    from the fniversitj of Miami
    Rabbi Jack Bemporad, director
    of Ihe Commission on Worship of
    [he I nion ol American Hebrew
    itioni will be the pulpit
    ptlon
    w il! 1 the -ei via 1 hich
    Rabbi \ Ktppei
    . r ..( I ( : Kiel
    iv.r the ition addi
    K.i'ibi Bemp->rad. who ,
    a- Director of the Depart
    Adult Mutation of th.
    completed hi- -econdarv .
    in Miami A graduate .
    I'niversity and of Hebn
    1 College, he 1- a metnbei
    Beta Kappa and was a !
    -cholar at the { niver-itv
    The new library will
    >f the most complete coUi
    20th century booka on
    lewish interest as well a- 1 .,-,
    hensive selection- of vol on
    lew ih tradition law and
    Mi- Harrison 1- serving
    man of the lihrarv con
    nth the Temple Judl .. S
    idoptinit ihe library fund
    Thant Says Israel,
    Arabs Aid Jarring
    \ KITED NATIONS N V tJTAl
    The Arab States involved in the
    Middle Baal hostilities as well as
    l-ra. have treated l.imnar .lir-
    riojj, the United Nation- special
    representative to the Middle Bast,
    "with the utmo-t eOfJltesj and with
    expressions of srllliagness to to
    operate with hi- mission Beere-
    General l Thant reported
    here this week
    Mr Thant made that report to
    all member- of the IN on the
    he first report he had ie
    ceived from Aaabassadot Jarrini
    after the latter had concluded the
    first ..I a BtrkM of visits to the
    Mideast region during which he
    had v sited the capitals f Kgvpt.
    loidan and Lebanon it uell sji
    Jerusalem
    Ambassador Jarring will make
    'her vi-:t to Israel in the next
    few dan Mr Thtnt said The
    Secretarj General added that he
    bj the Aral,
    willmgnes, to coopi
    Mr Jarring
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    LETTERS TD THE EDITOR
    Reasons For
    (pi\ iiifj;
    li .uwaw sounds bcttei in Ynl
    dish it's hard to hi' a Jew Nut
    Seine in a position to know per
    tonally, it has ml) ju-i occurred
    to ma that during these winter
    months in (Jreater Miami it must
    * e\en harder to In- .1 wealthy,
    or < II-to-do Jet*
    I can Imagine how it feel* t'>
    :;> lo the mailbox each day and
    find a Ntack of Invitations to
    cocktail partial, dinner- ball*
    and just plain meetingi Not one
    ol them is really for the pur
    poaa of drinking, eating, dancing
    01 lenaUnf knowledge and expi
    ence t the problenu ol an 01
    kzation 1 he> aie ill foi I..I-
    money
    Sinoa 1 get fe
    vitationa, I find m\ informal ioi
    primarily in the Floridian Each
    s I learn jlxiul the I
    t,> 11 pal I on< 1 our leading
    I dinner followed !>>
    dessert of Israel bonds, synagogue
    hnildtng. universit) endowment
    hospital beds yeshiva ncholai
    -hip-
    II a careful 11 adi 1 finds the
    list ndless, thmk 1 i the pi ople
    who arc invited to them And
    it s not onl) the mailbox that is
    full, the telephone lines are kepi
    bus) all daj b) caller- wanting
    to find out h\ the i"
    ha- dot been accepted with onl)
    three da) leit I
    M h le It 1- known
    that the wealth) pi ople
    o| cat tain ta\ ad\ ai "... OS
    . t mon al thi n
    must be a point wl
    ring they will run a
    tig 1 can onl) guess
    maybe some dont run oul
    mom y.) v ..... ;i'
    there Is a distinct ta* a I
    then is no cause worth) I
    know me who has
    all hi- charities thai mnot
    1 anything until 191 I this
    w .1- two > eai ago because
    he doesn't ha\e taxes
    Ion I ask mr win he makes <
    lot of money 1 until thai yeai
    At least, he's promivd that he II
    take advantage ol the tax
    1 -tart giving again
    The straggle lor ihi Jewish
    chanty dollar 1- a monumi
    one heightened in recent
    i>\ the statistics thai and
    mon oi those dollars a
    to r .n Jewish causes and the
    possibility that some ol the funds
    lor Jewish causes an misdirect
    ed t*
    Hi.-oiu-ally speaking the
    A met .can Jewish 1 ommunit) re
    ipondad lo thr massive imml
    tion ol Eaatem European Jews
    b) craataag vaal network
    social anencie- Jewisl hospital'
    coocaaatasa] agosicies, conununit)
    centi r- and eamsnuait) relations
    atarJaa played an impon
    rolr in Integrating the in
    nit- into American and l< '
    ish
    -tie- at hand sho that
    the aaanl Jewish population is
    ovei BO pen- nt native born
    >l onuealh .1 middle class poDU
    latiOfl of own. 1 and
    ol bt tinasa ol proleaaionals and
    white collar workars
    1 the pa-- dan i'
    has baan argued thai aueh in
    atitutiona a- the Jewish hospi
    tali 1 oataawsiBSj aervlces, dolense
    immunih
    less utility loday than
    the) were a generation ago But
    th. uu getting the lai
    shaeo ol the t'ommunit) Jewish
    dollar
    The Reconstruction!*! maga
    >#ne recently published a stud)
    in the San Francisco Bay
    area ol rabbis and congrega-
    il president; who were asked
    to rank the communal service*
    the) c insidered important to
    Jewish life, and the rankings then
    compared with the allocations ol
    Jewnh welfare federations
    II isas not surprising thai the)
    place 1 the synagogue firs! in
    utance followed bj th.
    Bureau ol Jewish Edui
    on the list was the Jev i-i
    hospital w h ch headed the fede
    i. ..I al Ioi rI ins, follow
    ed l>\ 1 he coinmunit) 1
    whicl fifth place rankit
    I 1 bhis and presidents
    \\ ith Ihe exi 1 I the Re
    1 abhis and presidents, who
    k a dim 1 the Jev
    . .1 101.' he
    'luce II;.1 >'l-
    ludaism were 1 onsistent in then
    Mule- toward the hospital
    and defer se agencies as the li al
    . '.mi to the -ui \ iv al 0
    Judaism While the Reform inc-
    ident- were closei ; 1 fedei atl 1
    polio than either their rabbis
    01 the Orthodox and Conserva
    live presidents the San \
    Cisco stud) showed an over
    in support ol Ji *
    i-h educal ioi .1- eon pai ed w ith
    Kedei al i in allocal I I he least
    amount ol funds
    M,. this .,-.
    fir-t nor tl the
    issue ol pi 10 it < a 1 ol be
    ettled loon In the meantime
    the imitation- ki the
    mailboxes and Ihe decisions
    th the impos 1
    not tl itudenl Jewish
    Homecoming Sabbath Dinner
    Beth rorah < ongregation will
    honor local and oul of town col
    -indent- at a homecomini;
    Sabbath dinner on Fi la) al 5 45
    P m Dunn- the 1 Di Max
    \ UpschiU will lead a discussion
    u h) Does The Student Opposi
    The Establishment
    Continued from Page 1-A
    ber of vlllaats to avoid bair.n
    conspicuous as a large group in
    one place.
    The suspects included a number
    il ioi mer officers ol Pa e I
    in Ihe K ypl .1 1
    n I S) iau ..nine- It was ind
    ,; al after the 1 1 indup, 1-1.1 >li >,
    cunt) [orees had set up maximum
    . recautions to proteci Ihe pilgrims
    lur ng the Christmas pet iod
    Officials said a 80-mm mortar
    and Soviet-made assault gun was
    ound near Ihe body of the slain
    \rah terrorist near Yad llanna
    In another incident, an Israeli
    -oilier was killed anil another was
    minded when their patiol was at
    i i.. loin ii rrorists who then
    scaped across the Jordan River
    nder .> ering 1 re from Jordan
    ians on the East Hank In the
    Beisan Valley, explosives planted
    b) saboteurs damaged a pilon car
    rying hiuh tension win The en
    111 -uttered .1 blackout
    si coral hi 1 ises .< ere blow n up
    b) arn j sappers in a West Hank
    a..- determined
    that the houses had bei n used to
    : and ..- .. store-
    i-'DITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    . its
    1
    When .,
    io\ cmnu .. m ay .;t I fe, hei e
    intputi 1 like minds control policy
    lici .. .....01 als have
    10 place Vnd in I
    ive an e\ il
    a iich one day musl
    integrate
    Willi all thi
    propaganda ol being anti-fascist.
    Ihi j uned a pai I with Hitler to
    divide their neighbor- Poland.
    With all their con-taut cries ol
    Western "Imperialism" they dom-
    inate and control all ol Eastern
    Europe and East Germans
    For the Finest
    Catered Affairs!
    S. H. COHEN, the only Jew in
    \ train Fe leral Parliament,
    been recentl) d to the
    -.. ate
    M&W got the
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    "Him1 is a difference!
    I ake our white-glove
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    . our people are schooled
    and trained in ever) subtle
    nuance ol gracious < onti-
    mm .: service .truthfully,
    Mr Milliard hat revitalized
    ihe-alniost-losi ..not service
    and it does make a
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    77v /;///. iliffivrinn
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    V' 1 1 pi .1 gainst tiny
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    Russia, this main co-
    lossusa Goliath against tiny (lod-
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    anniv ei sai 5 vear should be a
    year ol shame, not boasting! For
    unless Russia realizes the end does
    not justify the means, .she will be
    doomed and damned in the hearts
    ol mankind, history, and God, for-
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    ANSHE EMES ?533 SW "1n vt
    ConKrvidvf Cantor Sol Pafcow i
    BETH DAVID :?6 SW rd *v.
    Conservative Rabbi Sol Lanaao
    Cantor William W L'Otor
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    Orthodox Rahr- Snlomon S "h "
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    Orthodox llabbi Berel Wem
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    M B Orthodox Rabbi Shmarva'-u T
    Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamcnex
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    Modern Trad.t.nnal i"
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    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
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    Rabbi David Rosenfeld Cantor Ben
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    TNAI RAPHAEL '' 1 BVd *
    Conservative Rabbi Charlet M Ru
    be! Cantor Jack Lerner.

    CUBAN HEBREW CONGREOATiON
    OF MIAMI 1148 Warhngfn Ave
    Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig
    ---- ----
    FT LAUOEKL)ALE EMANU El. !"
    S. Andrew* Ave. Reform Rabb<
    Richard M. Leviton. Lai.tor Jerome
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    iv>.h s-r-t r^rsrvative Rabbi
    Abraham M Cassei

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    Txt\tm vVaternvav MtOtrn I raa
    -n>l R.r-bi Fuor"* Lahovitf Car*
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    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS POIPIT
    Dreams And ^ isions
    ffabki April
    By RABBI SIMON APRIL
    Tempi* Bath Tov
    i I My Spirit
    ns and your
    , | phei) m ur old
    shall dn'ani yotll DatD
    ihall ice \ im "'k "' '"
    Iti.i
    an imp rtanl
    part m Biblical
    rratitei rh-
    the
    Law ut- read
    B ii
    taini the la-
    'Iream of
    Pharaoh vhich
    heralded t h e
    raan of plenty
    and famine
    that wire ..hunt
    'o befall the
    '.and ol Egypt.
    DrearriN we:-
    rtgarded j- a
    Dii me indication ml
    Main mides exphcitl) teaches "hat
    are a medium irhei
    God ha- romiminn atio:i with hu-
    beings
    There i- howi ;. .< itatemenl
    I almud that "A man is
    h dream the thoughts of
    h.~ he i !- pkii
    firmi mo lent psych i
    "huh all
    earns Wl .....
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    then
    lendencj lo drca.n iboul it a:
    night i: is ol Ij ii this lighl that

    'hi- Iteami i<.<-. -edra
    if th sti it I he di
    Lhe if Phara
    be
    '.om tin|| Mt Ci in-
    at Mime time or another great
    thought, an ideal .- W% CSsO it
    Wh.i1 detenninei the \alue f life
    - th- eff rt made to re.
    Ic il. to translate lhe \ -
    reality
    \ itr king LlhattraUoi is
    I v the Festival of i hai
    which is celebrated th*- *ei I
    .1.1 man. M.ittathiuv verg
    In' grave, dreamt the drea
    Israel treed from the tasi
    ron hind, at libert\ lo lei
    inmole*ted Frightful I
    Kids were Bgainsl hi.
    tain that his dream v.a, the
    m of the Divine Spin: It
    dieam which, if fulfilled, wo
    irorth every lacriflcc
    We know the result The
    ^and re leinp'e their tision si
    hem to unparalleled feat- "' I
    i-m and thej were % Ictorio
    . d their dreams I
    Since lhe deftrnctioii of tl
    mil Temple the Jen ha- h'
    and praye.! of an Israel resl
    V- we wandered from land to
    from generation to generati
    kepi 'hj' precious dream of /
    irn lii p in our heart- I
    prayer anil ritual this dream
    d a pteemment position v
    .I now. 1^ years after thi
    aculou- reestablishment ol
    . \\. we are Mill
    dreamers bneanae the tea
    hosrestr i!c
    precio is is -till not romp
    ,-tai res Uoi of that dr. i
    it the ;
    our !
    that the : and daughters i
    .li be inspired t.\
    ii- w.;h respect I
    future of the Jewish nation.
    thej dream of a day w
    w:ll attain hecon i
    powerful spiritual forte in
    world bringiiiK to humanity a
    sage ot godUneas and rtgfeie
    LIVING HEBREW
    'i1
    CANDIELIGHTING TIME
    27 KISLEV 5:19
    FT LALDEHDALE TEMPLc BFTH
    ISRAEL 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
    Bahbi Philip Chaito". Cantor Theo-
    dore Mmdich.
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    HAI LANDALE JEWISH CENTER
    126 E Hallandale Beach I
    a
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    Dr. Orthodox Rabbi Alrxann-r S
    Gross
    a
    HOLLYWOOD TfMPLE SINAI <
    Johnson St ConserviUve Ral
    David Sh.iyi-o Canto- VahoOal"
    Heilbrann
    a
    ISRAELITE CENTER 3'TS SW P!>tr
    St. Conxer^ative Rahb' *v'"i L
    Drum Cantor Nathan Parnass
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    a
    JACOB C COMrN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE 1532 Waihinotnn Ave
    Orthodox Hatobi Tibor H
    Cantor Meyer Engal
    Prtdaj II i '' s.'ir
    s, t mnn !-' i Is i
    THIS V.OKI I) KM) THE
    VIM ONI-
    I)aid: Sbaton Shmnel. I've I
    new- in lhe I/.uxunuah
    (general i irei / i
    received .1 ichotarthip fn'm
    the pn\rrnmcnl and she'*
    lea* ine. f: >c *! Ol x !<'
    perfect hei-i-lt in the dance.
    Statue* I'nbelieMblr' Whst
    /fhiu and MoshS cm he
    proud of Itseir <'*
    m st m ipn
    "lyBf ft&Bf SB, Va SM* '" T :tti v
    - aftar i a*
    s^s .- BBJSjkjsShSBI m m sit tea v r \- : r-
    i .-Kir"
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    k p k ictr. Too
    this ShaUin -
    i^k lor pcJ..
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    Host I'r Irving Lehrnaan. Temple BntanavKl atleV
    Beach
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    i Sinai: R
    Beth David Congregation
    Dae. 31C'h lo. 11 u iv lhe Jewish Worship Hour
    li-i \ Shop, Temple Siinlom, Fompai.
    ach
    Jan. 20 2. S Mat tn Man.
    i 1 be i imr
    I' ipai Is Hi Nai H lev pic I-rael ol
    Ret Arthur DeBt-voise.
    AQM :..> \i IIBSI i inter. I'r- Hi
    \ A)rick. Mi irshil
    l.i
    C.NCPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TOPAH PORTION
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    rr


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    KNESETM iSetAEL.. 114 Euclid Ave
    Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieid
    "ntor Abraham Serf.
    r*fidas> and '<" v '"
    rtanBkal afi.- At-i--
    Saiui'l.ii I :;'fji rn SrrnH-Ti i
    nan Relived "f
    a
    MINYONAIRES SYNAOOGUE
    Bird Rd Modern Traditional C
    Lowis Cohen.
    ----- -
    OflEV SHALOM. /Oil SomU Dr.. MB
    Orthodox Ribb. Phmeaa Weo*
    man.
    ^aiurdav W a m Sarmon
    kah '"i ttoaWlnii Mini ha .:1S p
    IEPHAMDIC JKWI8M rFNHR S4-
    Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahm.as
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1S151 NE
    1th Ave Orthodea. Rabbi Jonah E
    p m II-;
    lent) S.ii-ii.iili .-riivn T..n,
    M u| il; ITilldren Hi
    ^, I,.-.I li.ir uk!,h,
    Mr and Jlrs H
    K RohKIh S.iturilay 9 a rn
    aJaHn ""' "' J"* "h "'"
    ton nl
    i nj vajr '!-:.: I
    * al absssl f
    We ones had principles:
    The building and,
    the F-opeering spiiit.
    I
    Slmiurl: 1 itten, we're all ditTeient
    troaa what ve once arers
    (before) New limes
    new lssj*
    Daia: Ymi"Ve gniei 'rod
    pn>|re' You alread)
    spejk, lhe laWgllSSMl Of >our
    grandchild.
    Staistel: M> giaaaichild'' You are
    mi-takeSL I thought about
    m> (xSSjgfaiher who said
    On thevy that every Jew
    will he concerned about
    "the world to come" lor
    himself and "the pleasures
    of this woild" for his
    f i lender then lhe
    Mesdah will come .
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    :>nme


    Miketz
    \
    lo be proud
    latent
    principle
    lo progress
    jTtXjr.r^
    rrirp
    Trarkanivali
    (jBsasral More)
    scholar-tup
    lo speciah/e
    do pcrlc^l)
    iTJ3T|
    thnrrf>

    earn in I
    "** tin il tatlsfaetoi Ij PI
    Inierpretatton ( ii: i

    i tioujiht before I'haraoh and explained the di
    plenty that were to com'
    reeded by seven >ears of fas
    d r"naraoh lo appoint a ariaa overseer to collect s>
    1 "f l '\ .tubule it during the fl Bi
    imine PtUsfaoh appointed Joseph hiinsatf to thi- ,
    hi- viceroj
    les ph h.iri foreeast the Egyptlaii -tore* of wheat nen
    m + who came to hu> wheat in Bgypt were Joseph's older brother-
    Joagph recognized them hut th<-> .lid not know him. Jo i
    Irived that the brothers ca.ne to Kgypt a second time, DI
    m^ Kenjamin. Joseph's full brother with them. Joseph rectrtve
    th m cordially but then he made it seem as though Bern..
    bad stolen a goblel, and insisted that he stay behind as a sen
    lhe brothers Kfused to abandon Benjamin, and all decided t<
    turn to Jo This racountlng of rba Weekly Portion ol HS. Law is enrrrseted
    *nd btsad upon 'Th. Oraph.e History of th* Jewrah Hsrlts.e.
    sti'sd by P Wollnsan-TMmir. $15. PoWisher is SHonflskl, and tha
    volum. | BvaHafsta at 27 William St.. N.w- York $. NY. PraaWant
    ot th, xh.ty eJiatribotin., tha volume it JerasssS Sehlenf.


    Friday December 1967
    +J Page 13-A
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    AMERICAN LIFE:Mllill STYLE
    By ELKANAH SCHWARTZ
    All but three thi
    pin-es in Amncn Lift: Shtetl
    Stylo by Elk .-. S'hwartj
    ath.in David 1599 deal with
    the folk' \. \ (i-
    !ox ,lcwr\ n |hi tl
    thor in pit-Mr .
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    ba< her i teel
    11 Irett i. the |
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    .-] f ttste foi
    I h tl i
    dafl Mi nkes b> .t pen i
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    r adjust preva'l
    i
    . os ate !.-.
    and a snulr. .. tmile which
    iu*pecta i j bil rueful I
    between Ihc Urn i peeps t hi ton
    Mag that thu ipecial cull
    may b' oaarinf iU end
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    convincing an of realit) and the
    readier frequently experiences
    the IDusion of personal
    meat Two i>( 'hi !jI< are espe
    cially notablt In tl
    ' The Physical which depicts the
    first me< ling between thi
    of a ma: ril gel It in I a-i
    as .: litoi irtuall
    the reader Into the dining n
    aeitl hi:n at the table with the
    earlocked and i* hatted eonteal
    ants and dan i hi n to remain
    aloof As the mutual examina
    tion prrifcrt sst-s and guileful
    query is parned by adroit >iui -
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    indirection, the onlooker finds
    himself taking sides, anticipating
    the course Ml lb* ikirmtah a: d
    \in ptanoini his own comer
    national riposU
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    i\ ::. .1 i ipses
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    t .icy an ven.
    - ... 11 whit li do
    not il- a! w ith the enclave* oi
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    form
    . I evel
    I stories
    -i : i and
    >|..... 'hi .i ittioi dispii
    mh -....... ts of thi
    . culturebuckpassii
    bun a icrata, foi < m
    v i r m arc unable lo d< l<
    thing novel or startling in
    by eti "' ':;-
    -
    i si fj thi preti nsions
    Bui this j a mat-
    dividual p : and
    : :> nol \ j..'i critic n
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    Israel Leads in International Cooperation

    Washington
    ISRAEL'S demonstration ol .vhat
    1 o ill, developing nat
    chieve in helping etch other ma,)
    open pathi tor broader internation-
    al cooperation and even Middle
    Bad peace, according i<> ;i study
    by an official of the United States
    \ >ncy for International Develop
    meat
    A three-year study by development officer Leo
    pold Laufer, 'Israel and the Developing Countries
    Ne Approaches la Cooperation, ii being published
    by the Twentieth Century Fund
    Laufer rejects the conventional view thai eco-
    nomic ami technical assistance must be channeled
    n rich nations to the poor His study trac< -
    Israel overseas programs in examining wh.it de
    veloping nations can do for one another Of all the
    developing countries, Israel was found to have un
    dertaken the largeal and most varied program for
    i xpediting development
    During the period covered by the study. 1956 to
    1967, Israel steadily developed its cooperative activi
    Israel Newsletter
    By ELIAHU SALPETER
    The Value Of Currency Devaluation
    Jerusalem
    SOME called it mini devaluation."
    others "the devaluation that never
    was." Outside i>f official ipokesmei
    their interpreters, few n Is-
    rael ernmenfs
    decision to "adjust as il was called
    rate of the Is
    rael pound to the
    of the British pound sterlii
    The devaluati ercent brought the rate
    S dollai to 3 ."> 1st "I of th<
    :: pounds '!' \mei n tourists will
    Israel pounds tin their money, and -h
    incentives lo spend here Israel-m should hi
    cheaper and more competitive in the I'i
    ther countries that did nol i.....encj
    Imports from those countries will be more expi
    consequently will he reduced to tbi it ol Isi
    : payments.
    Hut most economist above as pure theory
    Highlights In Sports
    JESSE SILVER
    Good Start
    aaARTY fleckman car. really be proud
    *' rbe 24-yi rcxan who turned pro hi said
    h himself i.
    showed he was read) in his fir-t
    put his name permanentl) in the
    record book hi n he and b>
    i the onlj ver io win a Professional Goll
    ' in in- I start
    : 72 hole
    71 89 279 Fled 10 tn -' prize with
    a 30 foot itt on the first hole ol a
    eh Bth playofl at Lafayette, La I Iher
    re. a lumber dealei tront Port Ai ihur, I
    witnessed his son't triumph NCAA
    champion was forced to play the final 36 holes on
    the las! daj be earlier rain-out
    Another terrific start was scored h\ Neal Walk
    when the Honda cagers beat Jacksonville 100-73 in
    the opener for both clubs The 6 IO junior center for
    Miami Beach dropped in 37 points, 19 held goals and
    even free throws, and took down 25 rebounds to set
    a school record.
    Ron Sieden of New York hit five joints for Jack-
    sonville in his varsity debut. The six-foot sophomore
    is a brother of former St John's University All
    America Alan Sieden.
    Art Heyman got himself traded again The for
    mer Duke star was moved to Pittsburgh by the New
    Jersey Americans ol the ABA in exchange for Barry
    Licbow itz.
    Star of New York's Mtropolitan Jewish High
    School league this year should be 8-3 senior Maun
    Roscnhauin of the Jewish Kducational (enter of
    Elizabeth] N.J Tallest player in the league is ii 7
    Scott Scidlin ot Manhattan Yeshiva.
    Both Yale and Harvard will have Jewish basket
    ball captains this season Ed GoldstOM of Wood
    bridge, tknii will head the Klis, while Hob Beller
    of Brooklyn will handle the job for the Crimsons,
    Sam smUman of Brooklyn has been named cup
    tain at Brandeis Ka'/man. a pre nit d student, aver-
    aged tL'8 point- i game last year Seniors Bruce
    Brown and Bill Baum ware elected co-captains at
    the I hi Rochestei Brown led the team in -t .
    la-: -t a son
    Mark Schiessel 8-2 guard, "ill co-captain the
    Adelphi I Bvs !!< needs jum 7 1 points to reach
    the I.OtO-potnl career mark Peter Klein was re
    elected captain of the Hunter College basketball
    team A six foot junior. Klein averaged 10 point- a
    a last year
    Carl M i.oeb .it isketball All-America at
    Prini eton in IBM i nl ot the
    National Council on Crime and Delinquency
    Bsskethfell greal Mai Kinsbrunner. a member of the
    famed St John's ( Wonder Five of 4<> years ago,
    celebrated his 20th anniversary as an executive ol
    the Concord Hotel in the at-kills Hed Auei
    bach. Boston Celtic general manager has a weekly
    television show in Boston
    ited bj the facl that the Israel government, from the
    claimedand behaved as ifshe intended
    mid carrj out a devaluation with no tangible el
    \ or
    Devaluations of currency usually mean that a nation
    cannol continue lo consume more than it produces Then
    re two basic purposes first, tc
    compel the p it home to consume less sei
    promote production for i xj
    The first at '1 the
    :. it quite clear thai th I did
    I it n
    I to at
    it
    will
    s to ma '.. not
    the pi ices II stays as beforenolhii
    that is. except the government deli
    nt I cample, the government wants the co
    American im| sin the same in Israel
    pounds as before despite the- higher value ol the I S
    II have to reduce local custom dut
    compensate for the more expensive dollar The
    result will be less customs revenue for the treasur) with
    out pressure on the Israeli consumer to buy fewer im-
    port'-
    The anticipated new incentive to purchase Israeli ex-
    ports, is also doubtful. Devaluation of the pound will not
    help i i those coui se currency has Mini
    larly been devaluated Por them, the price ol the Israeli
    - will not I .it i Mad Blued her
    < urreni > she would have hail to e 50 p in I
    each si,m worth ol exp rl
    ntain the prices say, In Britain, but
    havi i pound pi lit on eai h $'
    fron Brit Because Israel

    each ained on export
    mport s. As for ex]
    cum ncy countries, the ei I 16 percent
    mon pounds eacl
    i lear thai it intends to use deva
    foi reducing export incentive- to manufi
    Main ei onon asking why did thi I i
    ernment decide to devalue the poui I
    cxplai intend that the step was taken pre-
    tously, without adequate plannin
    ernment. which know- that tin pound is overvalued and
    should have an exchange rate oi at least $] 4 5 pounds)
    used the British devaluation as a way to forestall pressure
    for real devaluation, at least until after the next election
    ties with the small countries of the developing u
    Prom 1N1 tn l'Htfi some 9.000 men and women
    more than 90 developing nations traveled lo 1
    lor training. Study, or observation Israeli ex|
    tarried out over SJ00 technical assistant,
    tnents abroad.
    Illustrating the escalation and chain-react
    nited by Israel, an Israeli established agricull
    training center in Venezuela was so successful
    Chile requested the Venezuelan center to a--.
    tlsjsj a similar institution.
    I nited States technical assistance Started '
    whole process when the Israelis first studied I
    states farming methods, adapted them to Israi
    needs, and then exported the new technique- to
    developing countries
    Laufer visited a wide variety of cooper at
    project- now conducted by I-rael in Asia. Africa .,
    Latin America Israel extended between $20 and !
    million in loans to new nations since 1888 li-
    ning m the rear IBM, Israel imported more
    from developing pcoploi than she exported to
    ii-,, reason given b) the United States expi
    the success of Israeli cooperative activities is I
    many leas-developed countries see Israel us m., .
    fulfilled an attainable dream "a country t
    small, young, -till straggling, yet i>v the w
    standards stable and lucceaafuJ He believes
    lance may break the !> ..
    aiiti non recognition
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    I npolishecl
    in London recent!) there *as
    another fifty year jubileethe
    founding of the J e w i h Legion,
    which fought with General Allenbj
    in World War I t(l free Palestine
    from the "Iii: k-
    Ami.ng the organisers of th
    Jewish Legion wa- Bcniiunon and
    he served in it along with main
    other- who later became vscllkown OS) the Isra-
    scene. He wa- young then but already person '
    sum, prominence snd was male ., sergeant But s
    (turion had to learn some Ii si ii ol mil
    Shortly sfter hit i an as was h..
    i m g afficat
    said shoes
    your coat is ai
    rhirtj nfini mei i

    sag
    d then
    thai the army hai
    it not bu-' i ,jt tr pt
    a terrible offi nse
    never hi Dg on mi
    diera didnl salute the offlcen i
    pnvstes rail the by their first names
    I as U Hat) were in -hool Still
    Israeli army has dom a prott) good job What \
    need lo fig hi weB is a good cause and intelli. <
    soldiers, not uniforms class distinctions or poli-h<
    shoes
    European Newsletter By GABRIH LEVENSON
    The Yiddish State Theatre in Poland
    "JHE Yiddish theater must not die m Poland; .f 1
    left it. I'd know Hitler hatl won. says Ida Ksminski
    head of the Jewi-h State Theater ,.f Warsaw which i- cur
    rently making it- dr-t appearance in the United State-
    As the manager, producer and lead ,( the
    Esther Rachel Kaminska Jewish Si ,ter, Ida Ka
    n""~k;' '' ," tradition of Yiddish reper
    theatre initiated in Poland sin entury ago by
    her mother Esther Ksminski sftei whom the pn
    Orgsmsation was named
    The Jewish population of Poland has dropped from
    [: '' snd ih. Ihe
    0 i tre in the heart ol Warsau
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    ,. ** "" i *J her. Madam Kaminel
    Because it i- important that the survivors of
    hear Yiddish
    rcopejaed ^theatre after the wa, f.rst
    Wroclaw and finsilly ,n Wars.* ,,, ,,. ur
    their conct I
    p uniform rhey didn't
    but to ,
    , Mj '"" K"" i fluent not only in Y|
    ... Polish. Rum., m.Prencha,
    but She h m a new language Slovak tor h.,
    uMhe Acadcm> I
    A professional actress lincc the age of 5 Madam Ka
    m.n,k. had gone through the years of wiSSSA
    Poland before World War II She and her immrdia--
    II) were among the few Jews to survive the German ot
    pation oi Poland Kiom Warsaw they fled east in I
    the Soviet occupied sectloa ol the country When the '
    Red the Soviet I'nion ui 1!M1. the Ksminsk
    separated, rasamed their flight, again to th. East 1
    finally reunited in Krun/e. in Soviet Central Asia
    We escaped aha -aid, but all my ratal
    "'"' She left the sentence unflnisbed
    Hertheal | la the center of *hai remj
    Jewish cultural life in Poland "It is the only Yldd
    ,r> theatn ., vv llHi m
    lays by both Jewish and i
    *hl,h r-t biought to the ~i
    . seai YMtfM rerafona '
    i < hckhov 4n simultanoa
    """ Ihe son Yiddish spa*I
    ib Gordin'i Dei Yidiaher kenii
    K i i,
    uied "I what
    do hi re. Ma lam Kaminska but He re -'
    cv plays In Yiddish are beini
    ten anywhere When we've shown a production hers
    or four !.!,i, i, an our Warsaw audieiurs will hav,
    I'ontact with Jewish audiences outM.!, !
    for our lungs, she said People tell us Don t Stop
    >ou are doing' they know "


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    Of Atlanta Girl
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    Omega service fraternity, and the
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    daughter, Soaan Maria to \
    Martin Medof, -on of Mn Mas
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    the late Morris M<
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    The bride wore a Oaer length
    \ Inn |oam with jxiint on
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    City News
    It was a triple holid ij birthday
    celebration ho-tod at the Rver
    blades by Georg* Wotpert. Birth-
    colof of the Norton Towen, 85
    years beautiful, her daughter-in-
    law, Mr* George Wotpert, :t Is
    land Ave who only admitted the
    magical "39." and Mrs Wotpert'g
    father. Abe BrooVt. m MO West
    Ave. proud of his 83 rd annivcr
    sary. Amonn founders of the
    National Children s Cardiac Hos
    pilal. Mrs Socolof and her co-
    eelebrants were sm rounded b) "JO
    adul s and seven grandchildren
    Robert N. Giibut has been
    named t the Dean List at Ve
    Mva University's Yeshiva Col-
    lege tor academe achievement
    dir in- the it**; 87 h to] year,
    GROVE
    Editor
    VC/W to
    Celebrate
    the VUomcm s vX'orld
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    York Cit> The happj coincidence
    was worked out bj Mrs. Mollie
    Levin*, g sterhOod president and
    past presideni Harry Fox.
    An informal evening ol art for
    Technion icbolarships was held
    t>ec 20 .it the home Of Josh and
    Lucille Kligerman, 527 Savons
    Cohort! were the Meyer Baskins
    and Dr. and Mrs. Barnard Yes-
    ner An art collector in his own
    ri^'ht. Mr Kligerman gave dis-
    sertation on art using pictures
    from ins private collection for
    illustration.
    Anni'versary dfe WJlsltl IFIoridliaift
    Isabel Grove
    Or Isaac Bacon, dean, innounc
    rd Robert, the son "t Mr. and
    Mrs. Hyman Galbut. 4680 Royal
    Palm A\e is a junior pre medical
    student
    Jackie Edmond. .i student at
    the Israelite Center Religious
    School, il the winner in a contest
    to name the aardvark at li. union
    Park z o %ardj the Aardvark
    is the name that won a S.SO bond
    for Jackie, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. William Edmond ol 3034 S\\
    4th St She also Ins I of
    Aardy painted ij artist ai
    Stachle. Ml
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    It ill U- .,
    wh Ihe 1
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    the Stan Luncht i W
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    I comb nal ioi
    ihou ^
    Mrs. Norman Shapiro
    of th afternoon enterl
    and Mr*. Jack Segal li lervUl
    chairman of the da) Sisterhood
    president is Mrs. Elsie Balsky
    and all proceeds "ill |0 to the
    temple religions school
    Holiday visitors h.-re Who -ire
    members of Temple Israel of
    Lake PoekakfH, Nov. York uath
    red for I ("hanuV.ih party .it the
    Tides Hotel Wednesday, knov
    that the temple was having its
    celebration the same da) in M<
    Helaine Lipinsky and Blanche
    Brass n re inti v lev ed l>y Au-
    drey Finkelstein and gave e\
    - from the book, First
    1 apers inncl 2 on the
    . x. n.:;. of Dei '
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    Opti Mrs t'l
    rating a arlj New Yi
    at the i ng al
    : ih< bar I) dinner and
    short to i e hi Id l'i' 29
    new Hilton Plaza Hotel,
    Marry Belafonte. I ta r.....n of the
    event i- Mrs. Muiray SonneM;
    ticket ami reservations cha
    is Mrs. Irvin9 Kern; and Mrs.
    Lawrence A. Weston is arrange
    ments chairman President ol the
    dull l- Mrs. Frank Nankin
    Generous gesture which stimu-
    lates hope lor the New Yl ir On
    ml fishini ti ip Fred Zisko
    10 pound mackerel He
    .1 Mrs. Sarah
    ScMo^berg, lo n us? il .is
    a fundrai he two
    w.-nt through 'her apartment
    house at i'"'1" I'ennsj Ivai i A
    irhich Mr
    I -
    \ ''l celebration comme.no
    I 'he 50th annivei sarj ol the
    iter Miami ction, National
    ' OUOCil of Jewish Women, and the
    anniversary of the national
    r ii zatlon, will be held Wednes-
    ' i) noon. Jan. 10. at the Algiers
    Hotel
    Mrs Robert Childs, membership
    vice president, announced that the
    arrangements chairman, Mrs Mel-
    vyn Greenstein, has highlighted
    both the -oMen anniversary and
    the diamond jubilee themes into
    the decor
    Former governor LeRoy Collins,
    -ui si speaker, will Ik- introduced
    by Judge Irving Cypen
    >:i this occasion past lea lership.
    life members, members ol more
    than 50 years standing, and 'fam-
    ily' combinations will be honored
    Rainbov i:<\ u<. a Kaleidoscope
    it cs ii ritten bj
    Vlfred Moss Mrs Morton
    neinbi I Roden
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    escntcd 75
    i ice and -
    I lireel Mi -
    II ac
    Mi ilel' j n (ii
    imes
    NCJVt me of i he oldi -' n

    ban 1 mil
    i ihe country
    for children, youth, the handicap-
    ped and the aged Its loO.OOO mem
    bers also conduct broad programs
    and social i
    and support education and
    services m Israel
    19 7


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    Mrs. Moi
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    Shakespeare's Richard II
    Shakespeare's Richard II will be
    D scussion '' roup meel im
    \Veilne-(l;i> at 7 lill p :n il
    n the agenda for the Great Books Miami Beach Public Librarj

    Tor ah Students To
    Entertain it Party
    The Parent T.\u'h i Vssociation
    md Ihe Women's Croup of the
    Oholei Torah School in Miami
    Beach will sponsor a Chanukah
    party on Sunday between 1 30 and
    3 ,'{(> p m on the school -rounds
    at IBM Ray Rd
    Refreshments will include traili
    Itonal Chanukah treats and -nter
    tainment in the school auditorium
    ill Ik- offered i>> the students
    who will perform In hohdaj plays
    nd .1 Chanukah cantata

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    Jamie Gordon
    ll .in nil sun i.l Mr and Mr*
    i.i.....rdon lOOSl NE IBih Am- .
    Will I... i.in. |t,n Mil/vah at Tern
    |.|r I ll. i.ili land mi Saturday.
    I i. HI M II .. in
    lc i\ j Mventh grade itu
    iiiiii .ii Krnni.lv Junior High and
    nil. i iii Seoul Troop 48S
    ilparanta "i Um celebrant
    ..I. Mi and Mis an- GordM of
    Brooklyn, N V
    A Ki'l.lush will l- lii-l.l in the
    i.ill following Hlr i.l rlili.il>

    Hell* Dubnick
    ileliae, daughter of Mrs Char
    I..it. Dubnick, 1105 NK 177th Tor .
    ami the late Dr Manuel Duhimk.
    was Has Mil/vah at Beth Torah
    mi Friday, Irc 22
    ip. i la a member of Um MMi
    inI ConftnnaUoa class
    .i :
    Mi Dubnick iponaored the
    Ones Shabbal following Um aervi
    v Um celebrant'i
    Ml I'ins Shermcr.
    and I" Bernard Sbermer

    Mark Smlrh
    Saturday morning Doc 2.1.
    Maik Ml and Mis Murray
    Smith was called to the Torah as
    d Bai Mitzvab ..' TenpM Boa
    Mark is an eighth grada pupil at
    Bocfcwi Mich and pla\*
    the laxophotu in the school con
    * bond
    Mi an I Mis Smith hosted the
    y Idush following dm services.
    an.I an and dinner in the
    ti mpk MM ...I ball Saturday eve
    Richard Uiffli
    Fti- I. ird MMi of Mr and Mrs
    v*;II he Bar Mit/
    vah dun .in; Team held ,
    bj I Inai of North Dade at
    leral Auditorium
    Saturday I>er 30. at 11 a m
    Richard is in the eighth grade
    at Thomas Jefferon Junior High
    and at Temple Sinai Religious
    ..I Me belong! to Boy Scout
    I, HO which i aponvjred by
    ii Sinai
    pir mlnalad as
    N \ < A s A
    ll.
    yril. ill..! Si ,
    .( ifea
    ,. |..,,,i ...,,\ Bppcor
    ,i,.i. hi Urn s lu. ri nail
    wmmmm
    observe his Uai Mil/vah ll Bttl
    Torch t ongregallon on laturda)
    Dm .to
    Kvan Is a student of Hi. Iilll
    year graduating Hebrew fliai and
    will he a member Of the confiimn
    lion class of 1WW
    Mi BBd Mrs Mail.in will lOOl
    MC the Oneg Shahhal following
    ba srrvKcs

    Edward Reel
    Edward, wn Gerald Port, iwwswMtho. will
    he called to the Torah at Temple
    or olom aa a Bar Mitzvah on
    Saturday morning. Doc M
    Edward is an cighih grade Ma
    dent at West Miami Junior High
    School He was a member of the
    Khoury League
    A Kiddush luncheon will follow
    the services
    Carol SchaMor
    Carol loan, daughter of Dr and
    Mrs Mortimer Schaffer, will lie
    cease "as Mllxval oa Saturday
    Dec 30. al Temple Kmanii El
    i am) atteodi 'he eighth grade
    at Nautilus Junior High and is .1
    lumber of the French I'luh She
    ,>la\s flute and organ and rtudiei
    dancinz Hei bobbiea include baton
    [a ii ling
    The celebrant will tic honored
    it a Kiddush in Sirkin Mall follow
    ing the service and at a reception
    Saturday evening at the Deauvillc
    Motel
    Mr and Mrs Irvin Sherman and
    Mr Dorothv Schaffer. < irol'l
    ;randaparents. will attend
    Martin Frooman
    Martin Movs. son of Dr and
    Mrs Alfred Kreeman of 4000 N
    Meridian Ave will he Bar Mit/
    vah on Saturday. I>e< .to at Tern
    [>|e Ner Tamid
    Martin n a student at Nautilus
    Tumor High and Ner Tamid Re
    Ugioui School He u a member of
    the ichool band
    A Kidduah will follow the ei v
    ices and a reception and dinner
    n Martin* honor will be held at
    Temple Ner Tamid Sklar % Audi
    lorium
    Martin Is the grandaon of Mr
    md Mrs Jack (ireenherg. one of
    he founders of Ner I amid, and
    Mr l; ., freeman ..f 1'hiladcl

    ,. si,n,Uy nntrninl. ...Ml,
    I IS ;*l n\ i n ,. fa, llunaH Mm,
    in '.( Mri Milton Lipotta iwii
    fvan Markm
    Moilin In-rman Jacalyrt Adler Carol ichalltr
    Hrlitt Dubnick
    Vichord /Irfnmi
    dent and Mn B<
    grandmothei of si l-oui Mo
    Richaid Cohan
    Richard Iki il Mr and Mi
    i ail t i,|,. ii .1. i.i all 'I ll Bai
    Mils vah on baturdaj I" i 23 .it
    remote I manu l-.i
    linh.ii'I i In '..... hth
    at rfautllui i"i. i High -i' p
    Um ..i cordli n
    The < eli branl honored it
    ,i Kiddush a! Ihl I ..... Kl '
    rant following Ihi
    a dinnei In Um evei
    Pontainebleau Hotel
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    loan Vigman
    ' tan Anriica. daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs Seymour Vigman. 441
    Nl ifV-ili I>r vill oSsrnc h*r Ba.
    Mitxvah *t Heth Tor ah Congrcga
    lion Prtdaj evening. !>*< 29.
    Juan iv student of thr fifth
    year graduating Hchrrw class and
    will be ;. member of the confirm..
    1!K Mr and Mrs
    man uill sponsor the One 2
    Shnbbal following the services
    Attending a ill lo Joan's crand-
    mother Mrs Esther Diamond,
    Rot hi rter. N Y
    Anthony Klomtar
    11 > Klnndar ill beeome
    Bai al Temple Judea of
    Coral Oal te on Saturday, Dee
    90 al II 19 1 m
    thonj 1- the son of Mrs Syd
    Klondai 2940 LeJeune Rd .
    ( oral Gables and the late Mr
    Klondar He 1- a seventh grade
    slip Pom e Junior High,
    win m in plays clarinet in the
    school band He participate! in the
    programs at the (oral GaMei
    \ Ith Cenlei and has won awards
    on the soccei team.
    Mrs Klondar will host a Kiddush
    m In 1 -oil's honor, and a reception
    Saturdaj evening
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    Susan Frisd
    Susan l.vnn. daughter of Mr
    Md Mrs Jack Kurd. 2124 SW B2n PI will beeome Bas MHzvab Kri
    'av evening. Dec 29th at Temple
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    Susan is a seventh grade itV
    lent at West Miami Junior High.
    ind il an accomplished pianist.
    Among the out-of-town guests at
    he celebration w ill be Susan's pa
    ornal grandparents. Mr and Mrs
    Isidore Priedenberg of Spring
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    Jacalyn Adtsr
    Jacalyn Nan. daughter of Mr
    and Mrs. Leonard Adler. i:wv> sw
    t7th St.. will be Baa Mitzvah Frl
    da) night. Dec. 29. during the
    si 1 \ icea at Beth David.
    Jacalyn is an eighth grade stu
    'dent at the Hebrew Academy. She
    h.is attended Beth David ten yean,
    beginning with Nursery School
    She is a cadet scout in Troop 81.").
    and a member of the Junior Choir
    of Beth David.
    Mr and Mrs. Adler will host the
    Oneg Shabbat following the Friday
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    honored at a reception and dinner
    dance Saturday night at Beth
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    cere friendlineaa Th;. Emily i
    tlM 'e of l>r Msrk ( irlin
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    had her fir-- II irai as head bookkee
    H Hotel it u a sevt n da) m I
    ed to an> job when- th. woi
    food checking in the k. chen
    Alwaya Interested in belonging to any orga rhere
    the could really help. Emily haa served her time w
    was a charter member "f the Beach Branch of rh. t
    American I .. n She was chairman of the board and
    I the 52 Association for three ywafi
    Thai ia where Mart beard her speak ai
    married the following month I>r CirltVl il chain:.an ..f rh.
    Blood Hank at Ml sirai Hospital which I is yean
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    There's much more :,. Club thai
    wer shews It is a ereativi ution with work shop*
    The women teach their favorite boboj Beaded flower*
    th.- refttt i ,.,. ciuba on Mian
    rented with the Beacb'a beautification Th. ailed
    upon for all manner of decorations from dub-, and
    tiona from out of town The conservator) at the
    ter and the change that la made in the Ik the
    son. i sensational.
    hat you cant beal nature Hi Tt in M
    it is so eas) to -row everything You go out with shears
    ""P "l! on want. lUck them In the earth
    and in a Espectall) the croul
    The < iiima go ibelling aloi g the Wi -: and Emih
    has contrived to add the shells to her ,he ha-
    added painting to her list of hobbies She (um kl Has
    'B. All th. thai lhe
    knit* have a The latest on.- has all th. ||
    Amazing how many aporta are depicted
    According to h.-r husband Kmily i- a t.-nffic cook her
    dmofher s bean and barle\ soup being his favorite TV
    red hair, the freckles, the enthusiasm th. ;
    that characterized Emily ^ a child are -till with En
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    On their return from a hone>
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    The bridegroom had his brother
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    RichardSokal
    Ml ..ret Sofcal ami Barry Scott
    Kicha.il were married Sunday.
    Dec. 34 in Temple Beth Sholom,
    v ith reception following .it the
    I on!;. I blcau Hotel
    Th rule, daughter of Mr and
    Mrs ul A Sokal, XHi West Di
    will aduate irom th- Universit>
    f Mil i School of Education in
    June %l the university he was
    ijmi', |ueen ol the R.O.T.C Mil.
    tarj Pall, and Homecoming Prin-
    ,. .. J g wa also lilted in "Who $
    Who American College*
    t'niv* | 'irs
    Tli( ridegroom ran ol former
    Mayor tnd Mr* Melvln i Richard,
    1279 Biscay ne PI Rd waa
    adaaitti to the Florida Bar In
    \ugu- and will be commissioned
    .is a 1 tntcnant fJGl in (he .Indue
    \d\<>( i s N. y in March. While attend
    m Uv Universit) of Miami he
    tervaM ai president ol the school's
    [two h best leadership honoraries,
    Iron roil ami Omicron Delta
    Kappi
    Afti a wedding trip to New
    York .!>. couple will live in Miami
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    Greenberg-Baum
    A Tuesday evening rercmom .'
    Temple Judea on Dec 'jt>. united
    the former Claudia Beth Baum and
    Joseph Ira Grecnbers Rabbi Mor
    ris \ Kipper officiated, and a re-
    ception and dinner in honor ol the
    newly weds followed at the temple.
    The bride is the daughter ol Dr
    and Mrs George L Baum ol 'M'"
    Mtara Ive (oral Gables The
    mi ol Mrs s.i nuel
    Greenber and the late Mr Green-
    berg i't K .infield. Conn
    For her wedding, the bride w
    a floor length peau de soie sown
    with Alencon lace, and carried
    v hite orchids
    Mrs Ernest Stuckal, sister ol
    the groom, served as matron of
    honor, with another sister. Mrs
    Samuel Freedman, as brides
    matron
    Bridesmaids Fleur Baum and
    Danielle liaum. sisters ol the bride,
    and her cousin Debbie Baum, wore
    lloor length gowns ol gold crepe
    and satin
    Best man to the DI :" -'v
    Andrew Bowman Serving as his
    groomsmen were Finest Siuckal,
    Gerald Host .Ionian Baum, broth-
    er of the bride, and her cousin
    Michael Baum
    The new Mrs Greenbt
    i luate ol Emory I Diversity in
    v ere h< n ceived a B A
    degree, majoring in psychology,
    ,; Cahles Senior High
    She is ., member ol Alpha Epsilon
    Phi Sorority, ol Phi Beta Kappa.
    Alpha Kappa Delta, Alpha Epsilon
    Delta, and was the sweetheart ol
    Phi Epsilon !'i Fraternity at
    .,, orgia Tech She is currently al
    tending graduate scl.....1 al the L'ni
    vei sity of Florida
    The groom is a graduate of
    .....rgia Tech, with a Bachelor ol
    Architecture degree He was prcs
    i,lent ol Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
    and elected to membership in the
    Bulldog Club and the Student
    Council He is currently attending
    graduate school at the I'niversity
    ul Florida
    The couple will live in Gaines
    \ill<- after their honeymoon
    fineberg-Grossman
    Wearing a Hour length gown ol
    reembroidi red lace over satin and
    '"' anotis orchids, the
    former Tobi Grossman i xchanged
    < d ling vows with Norman Fine
    berg at Temple Beth Sholom on
    Sunday. Dec '_>4 Rabbi Leon Kn
    nish officiated at the early eve-
    ning ceremony whii h was follow
    ed lr. a reception at the home .,!
    the bride's mother. Mrs Shirley
    Grossman al 2900 \ Bay ltd
    The bride's lather is |)r
    Grossman ol 353 U 47th SI
    bridegr oni Is the son of Mrs
    amin Fineberg ol Portland.
    and the late Mr Fineberg.
    The couple was attended by
    Anne Halpern, maid of honor and
    Ronald Mack Durham, best man
    On their return from a honeymoon
    in Barbados and Granada, they
    will live In Windsor Gardens, Nor-
    wood, Ma-s
    A graduate ol Miami Beach High,
    new Mrs Fineberg is a senior at
    Boston I nivcrsity College ol Busi-
    ness Administration where she is
    vie.- president of her class and
    active in student government.
    The bridegroom earned his bach-
    elor and master's degrees in en-
    gineering at the Worcester Poly-
    technic Institute and Vale and is
    now associated with the New Eng-
    land Telephone Co.
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    The Somerstein Caterers of Flor-
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    exclusive kosher caterer- of Te:n
    pie Emanu-El. and when they take
    over on Feb. IS, all service will be
    on gold platew are.
    Over 50 years ol kosher catering
    is represented by Irving Somer-
    stein and Sidney Hechtman, who
    have heen in the catering business
    since 1942 Hechtman. in addition
    to the Greater Miami operation,
    operates the Biltmore Caterers,
    Inc.. which also served Temple
    Beth Shalom ol Kings Bay and
    Temple Emanu-EI of Boro Park
    They are currently also exclusive
    caterers for the rial Harbor Jewish
    (enter. Temple Beth-El in Cedar-
    hurst. Temple Israel of Lawrence.
    Beth Sholom of Roslyn and the
    Manhattan Beach Jewish "enter
    A Staff of 100 will be employed
    by Somerstein Caterers, and more
    than SIOO.OOO worth ol equipment
    is enroute to Miami Beach to he
    installed in the kitchens in the new
    building of Temple Emanu-El. This
    equipment will be the most mini
    era in the food business
    "Our aim." said Hechtman, "is
    to serve the finest quality of food.
    and give the highest standard of
    servii r
    Hillman-Ge r
    A Sunday n double ring
    mony on Dec 24 united II
    l F I. Heller and
    Daniel Hillman at I
    .. re< ption and
    ne breakfast in honor of
    'lowed the mill-
    D Eugi ne 1.about/ and Dr.
    ! ehrinan officiated.
    The pair:"- o| the couple are
    Mr and Mrs Sheldon M Geller,
    7552 Cutlass Ave. and Mrs \id
    died Hillman. 1919 Bay Dr and
    the late Henry Hillman
    For the ceremony, the bride
    wore her mothers tloor length
    wedding gown ol satin brocade.
    fashioned with a heart shaped
    neckline, long tapered sleeves and
    a cathedral tram A headpiece of
    lace and a lull length double illu-
    sion veil completed the ensemble
    The bride carried the bible which
    the groom's mother used when she
    was married. The bible was cover
    ed with white orchids and orange
    blossoms
    Annette Geller. her sister's maid
    of honor. Resa Brody and Phyllis
    Deutsch, bridesmaids, wore full
    length purple velvet gowns. Ger-
    aldine Greene was the flower girl
    Best man to the bridegroom was
    his brother. Bruce Hillman Serv-
    ing as ushers were Geoffrey Coop-
    er. Peter Loewenton and Edward
    Seme)
    New Mrs Hillman is a graduate
    ot Miami Beach Senior High and
    Miami-Dade Junior College She
    v ill continue her education at Chi-
    cago state Teachers College, ma-
    joring in early childhood educa-
    tion
    The bridegroom is a graduate of
    Miami Beach Senior High and is
    presently attending the University
    ol Chicago where he is a trustee
    scholar and an honor student in
    the predentistry program
    Out-of-town guests included Mr.
    and Mrs lack Parness who were
    the best man and maid of honor at
    the wedding ol the brides parents
    26 j ears ago
    On their return from a honey-
    moon in Nassau. Mr Hillman and
    his bride will live at 51117 South
    Blackstone Ave., Chicago
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    Doc 19 Services were held Fn
    If Miamians are enjoying their da> Dec 22 at Riverside Alton
    < hanukah a little more than usual Road Chapel, with interment in I
    M-ar, the Grand Music Hall of Mt Mebo Cemetery.
    Israel might verj well have some- A resident since coming hire
    'hum to do with it. from New York Cit> 43 \ears aito
    Mrs Goldstrom was the widow ol
    Playing to a packed opening g^ Goldstrom. who owned the
    house at the Dade County Audito nrgl bakerj Oil Miami Beach. The
    Hum Tuesday night, the first nighl ms ils0 tll. ., ...,,.,.,; \i
    of Chanukah. this unique package ami Bench apartments and hotels
    . Israeli talent can be described ,junni. t|. 1930s
    av one big smile. Active In many charitable
    Topped bv a da irray ol *"<" Mrs
    lancers of the Karmon Histadruth Organize and wa-
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