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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 5, 1968

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Succeeded by:
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'Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number
'.rimi, Florida. Friday, January
1968

Price
Russians Again |Heavy Security Set For
Tighten Noose
On Synagogues
Eshkol's Visit To U. S.
,EW YORK (JTA) A New
rabbi, who returned recently
visit to the Soviet Union,
rted here this week that there
:ily one synagogue left in
iirad to serve 300.000 Jews
: hi Jacob Goldberg of tin-
over the last 10 years Only 60
synagogues remain in the entire
country to serve the Soviet Union's
3.000.000 Jews.
The closing of the synagogues
romnclied the growth of private
prayer gatherings which are now
rryon Jewish Center, also being systematically repressed,the
mass Clranukah rally thai Conference said.
known minyan, held as a
nine of synagogue shut
in the Soviet Union, was
by Soviet officials in Len-
a few months ago
Goldberg's report bore
artier charge by the Amcr
vish Conference on Soviet
:hat more than 450 svna
n Russia have been system-
closed by Soviet officials
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of
(he Confi rence, said that mass
rallies and demonstrations held
during Chanukah demanded I
"the USSR remove th< disabilities
and inequities which block reli-
gious and cultural development of
Russian Jewry, and accord them
the necessary communal facilities
available to Other religious and
Continued on Page 3-A
[tabs Are Charged With
\trocities Against Jews
WASHINGTON Heavy police
and Secret Service protection has
been assigned to Israel Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol who was due to
arrive in the United States this
week for his meetings this week-
end with President Johnson.
The stepped up protective meas-
ures lor Mr. and Mrs. Kshkol were
decided on this week because of
Indications of possible attempts at
iiice by Black Power extrem-
ists.
Tu- federal Bureau of Investiga-
tion has opi neil a probe of new
statements by tin' student Non-
violent Coordinating Committee
which advocates attacks on Presi-
dent Johnson "to make him afraid
to leave the White Mouse." The
first foreign official guest of the
President since emergence of the
new SNCC extremist line, is Mr
Kshkol. In the issue of the SNCC
publication urging violence against
President Johnson the Black Pow-
i r Group reaffirmed its "political
opposition to Zionism.'"
The FBI has cautioned the
New York City Police Depart-
ment and other local security
agencies to guard against possi-
ble SNCC attempts to embarrass
President Johnson by extremist
e'emonstrationt against Mr Esh-
kol, who makes a convenient tar-
get as the head of a nation now
under heavy fire from leftist
supporters of Arab extremism in
the United States.
Additional security measures
have been set un both in New York
and at the I.BJ ranch in Texas.
The SNCC article was written
by Julius Lester, an associate of
Stokely Carmichael and SNCC
chairman II. Rap Brown The group
did not publicly urge specific ac-
tions against Mr. Kslikol but the
general threat.-, led security offi-
cials to take precautionary meas-
ures in connection with Mr. Esh-
kol's visit.
It was reported in Jerusalem
that Mr. K-hkol will visit Prime
Minister Harold Wilson in London
after his talks with President
Johnson There was no official con-
firmation o! that report.
Mr Eshkol was due to arrive in
New York Jan -4. lie will be feted
at the United Nations at a luncheon
given by Secretary General U
Thant and will be tendered a din-
ner by major Jewish organizations
in New York City on Jan. 11 He
will confer in New York with Gov.
Continued on Page 13-A
TRAPPED 8Y WAR
Seek to Free
Ships Held in
Suez Lakes
London. (JTA) The release
h ml ships : vari i is
I which h i I been rid-
ing al anchor in the Great Bitter
I -,, e i ecti n in Ihe '"hem part
of the blockaded Sue:-. Canal since
the end of the June war. maj take
. lai so in, it was i p irted i e
this week.
in o med s urces lid thai Am-
.a aJor Gunnar Jan Ing, the
United Nations special peace en-
voy to the .Middle East, has ap
proached b i [icials with a requi st to allow
the ships to lea' e E pi has in
sisti d that no part of the canal
could be cleared until Israeli
; iops withdrew from all occupied
Arab territories.
IS -JTA)First-hand reports
desperate plight of Jews in
ho are afraid to leave their
and of daily beatings, tor-
! sexual degradation of im-
.lews in Egypt, were pub
here this week
conditions that Jews endure
I i, from which they are for-
i emigrate, were described
letter published in Le Monde.
tailed official repressions
locutions reminiscent of
se suffered by Jews in Na/i
I in the
the writer said, are forbid
I i travel more than three
from their homes and must
al identity cards stamp-
ih the word "Jew."
of Jewish shops by state employees
and military personnel.
Their situation is aggravated
by the fact that Syrian Jews gen-
erally live in the same neighbor-
hood as Arab refugees. The worst
conditions, the letter said, re in
the border town of Kamechli,
where Jews are afraid to leave
their homes. Assets belonging to
Jews abroad have been confis-
cated.
A tale of horrors suffered by the
Jewish inmates of Azouzabel Pris-
on, in Egypt, was told in a nine-
1930s. Syrian page article in the weekly Express.
by a former inmate who remains
anonymous so as not to further
jeopardise the prisoners who re-
main.
The Chief Rabbi Of Alexandria.
he wrote, received especially se-
treatment, being trussed up
of
Bar-Lev Rules Out
Clash With Soviet
TEL AVIV tJTAI The possi long way from
bility that Israel may some dav fighting force"
have to fight "foreign armies" Gen. Bar-Lev met the press fol
from outside the Middle East lowing a morning of military pa
Soviet tout's by implication was rades at army posts all over Israel.
raised this week by the new Chief which marked his take-over of
,.i Stafl of Israel's armed forces, command from Mai. Gen. Yitzhak
Bui A! Ahram, the authoritative
Cairo daily, said this week that a
survey had been started of the
sunken vessels, for possible release
ol the foreign merchant ships Is-
raeli officials in Jerusalem said
i'ii such request had been received
but it was indicated that Israel
would not object to measures for
extrication of the stranded ships
this to an actual provided that Egyptian tugs and
personnel for the operation con-
lined themselves to the clearing
and provided that such clearing
was not constructed as a piece
dent on the status o the Canal
tie
vere
on Cell bars in the manner ot a
crucifixion. As many a- 70 prison'
packed into ceils meant to
, been summarily dis
from jobs, cannot dispose
I isets, and are confronted
vinment imposed boycott
hold no'more loan 30, he reported
.lews are subject to almost daily
beatings and there were several
cases of torture and forced sodomy,
he claimed.
Maj Gen Chain) Bar-Lev. in his
firs! press interview since assum-
ing bis new post. But the veteran
Of last .lune's Six-Day War de-
clared that, while Israel's army is
sufficiently trained and experi-
enced to meet the most modern
armies in the world, he did not
"envisage any interventionphysi-
cal and activeby a loreign power
against us." Such power, he said.
will continue to train and equip
the Arab nations, but there is a
Rabin, retiring chief of Staff. Both
military leaders issued order- ol
the day to their troops Gen Rabin.
in his final order, warned that it
cannot be said with certainty that
the June war was the last war
He cautioned further that security
cannol be achieved -simply by of-
fering a hand ol peace, but first
and foremost bv being prepared
for war at all times" Gen Bar
on
Dr Mohammed Hassan El Zayyat,
an ottical Egyptian spokesman,
a i in Cairo thai the 15 -hips
hi soon be releas d bul that
the Canal would remi in cloSl
traffic until Israel evacuated
Sinai peninsula. The strand-
ed ships include two American
freighters, (our British ships and
Lev. in his first order ot the day. ves8e|s flying French, Swei sh
Continued from Page 13-A Polish Czech and Bulgarian flags
TO MEET RISING COSTS
$1,991,200 Goal Set For CJA Campaign
-ibbi Herschel Scharter.
lent 'vf the Religious
-lonists of America, was In-
. I week as tl
| i rman of the Conforen
Is ol Major Amt-ri-
lewish Organizations.
The Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
,his week sel a H.90 1.2(H) goal for
the 1968 Combined Jewish Appeal
with the aim of providing for more
than the bare minimum needs ot
the more than 40 beneficiary agen-
cies it was announced by U-on
Kaplan. Federation president.
The CJA drive will be con-
cocted along with the previously
announced Israel Emergency
Fund campaign for which no
goal has been set.
In announcing the CJA goal. Mr.
Kaplan said that Miami Jewry has
now reached the point where the
community "no longer has to think
in terms of barest nunimums but
in terms of reaching higher to
keep pace with the increasing costs
and meeting the stepped up de-
mands for services."
The goal, he said, "is approxi-
mated $200,000 above the barest
minimum and we need this so we
can stop starving our local agen-
cies." ,,
Stressing the urgency of Israel s
leipnrements in maintaining its
security position and recouping the
massive costs of the June war. Mr.
Kaplan noted that 50 percent of the
additional $200,000 will be allocat-
ed to the United Jewish Appeal.
"With the S100.000 which we will
retain." Mr. Kaplan stated, "we
will be able to increase many serv-
ices and see that other services
performed by Federation agencies
are not cut.
"Prime examples of how the
extra money will be used are in-
creased services in our educa-
tional system and the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
"Right now only 160 youths in
the Miami aiea are able to attend
the Hebrew High School, while in
li)67 over 225 applied. The addi-
t.onal students were denied admis-
sion due to a lack of classrooms,
teachers and supplies WHL the in-
ci eased funds, these teachers,
classrooms and supplies will be
provided so any youth who wishes
Continued on Page 16-A


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Friday I
Jewish Actor Defects
From Polish Troupe
NEW YORK (JTA)The young
cst member of Ida Kaminska's
Jewish State Theater of Poland,
which recently completed a suc-
cessful tour of the I'rated States,
is seeking political asylum here
after defecting because he does not
want to live in a country where
his relatives were murdered and
where he is treated as a second-
class citizen.
Henryk Grynberg, 31, gave
these reasons at a press confer-
ence, for not returning to Poland
with the Yiddish troupe when it
left New York after an eight-week
engagement. Grynberg and his
non-Jewish wife, the Polish actress
Krystyna Walczak, are now in
Beverly Hills, Calif., where they
are staying with Grynberg's moth-
er, Mrs. Sophie Towarzek. who
immigrated to the United States
eight years ago. He said that he
planned to report to U.S. immigra-
tion officials promptly
The young actor said that his
father, his younger brother, two
uncles and five aunts were slaugh-
tered by the Nazis in Poland dur-
ing World War II. He and his
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Some 5.000 cases of Gold Star
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Cye Blumenthal. a Miami busi-
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mother Mirvivcd by hiding in thi'
forests. His visit to the I'nited
States was his fifth trip abroad
with the Kaminska troupe since he
joined it in 1959. He had always
returned to Poland from the pre-
' vious trips and said that he would
I have done so now, had he not been
a Jew, in order to fight with other
' intellectuals against the repres-
sions of the Communist regime.
i But, if you are labeled a Jew, he
-aid. it is difticult to do anything
; in Poland.
Mr. Grynberg told of the anti-
Zionist campaign with overtones of
anti-Semitism launched by the Po-
lish government after last June's
Arab-Israel war and of how Poli>h
authorities censored articles and
stories he had written about Israel
and Jewish life in Poland, and
warned him not to depict Israelis
as heroes.
Mr. Grynberg said that, since
last June, anti-Semitism has grown
in Poland He also said that Polish
newspapers and periodicals fro
quently quote "pseudo-scientists"
who try to show cases in which
Jews brought about their own ex-
termination by the Nazis. He said
he hadn't spoken out until now be
cause he didn't want to harm the
Kaminska troupe.
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fanuary 5, 1968
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3257,000 Pledged For
Capital For Israel Drive
than 1.000 Jewish com-
\ leaders ushered in the new
-id the 20th anniversary year
Is statehood Sunday night
Chanukah dinner held un-
auspices of Capital for
ponding to an address hy
iit.1 Arnon. Israels Consul
hi in New York, and an ap
|jj Aaron Kahan. executive
IT of the Israel Bond Or
lion, those in the audience
based. S257.000 worth of Capi-
lsrael investment shares
itl for Israel was set up
year at the request of the
1 government to offer shares
'portent Israeli enterprises
westors in the United States
leans of channeling in-
istd resources into the econ-
through the private sector
investment.
? first project Capital for
> now offering a new issue
2< iiOO.OOO in preferred shares
Industrial Development Bank
:ul, paying 7V4 percent per
il address. Mr. Arnon urged
the continued massive support of
Israels economy by American
Jewry a- the most potent force in
bringing peace to the Middle Fast
Mr Arnon emphasized that a
Strong economy in Israel, demon-
si rating that it famine all-out sup
port of world Jewry, could serve as
a deterrent to the Arabs" deter-
mination to destroy Israel.
Dr Kahan noted that both Israel
Bonds and Capital for Israel have
the backing of the I'nited States
government, since Israel's eco-
nomic growth served to decrease
the need for dollar aid to Israel
such as was furnished to other un-
derdeveloped countries. He noted
that by agreement With the U.S.
government, income tax of 25 per-
cent on dividends earned from the
Israel Industrial Development
Bank shares reverts to Israel, the
American shareholder thus receiv-
ing a U.S. tax credit for that
amount
The festive evening was high-
lighted by the kindling of the Cha-
ntikah menorah with the prayers
and community singing of appro-
Israel's Consul General in New York, Michael Arnon (center)
shown at th; Capital for Israel dinner this week. Flankinq
Mr. Arnon are Harry Frankel (left) and Dr. Aaron Kahan.
priate Chanukah songs led by Jan
Bart. Other program participants
included Dr. Leon Kronish. chair-
man of the Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Leonard Rosen, hon-
orary chairman: Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah: Dr. Fugene
Lahovitz. Rabbi of Temple Ner
Tamid; Harry Frankel. national
Israel Bond leader, now residing
in Greater Miami: Sam Blank.
Benjamin Meyers and Jack I'opick.
long-time community leaders.
A TOTAL of 116 immigrants from
the United States arrived in Israel
during the month of November.
1867, compared with 104 in the
same month a year earlier.
Free Series in Adult Education
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education is offering a free course
of lectures by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son to be given Thursday mornings
from 10 a.m. at the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
General topic tor the series will be
'The Life and Philosophy of Bene-
dict Spinoza.'" Title for the first
lecture this week is to be "Spinoza.
Ancestry."
Russians Again
Tighten Noose
On Synagogues
Continued from Page 1-A
cultural groups: to permit the re-
union oi families split by the holo-
caust of World War II: and halt
the virulent anti-Semitic campaign
of intimidation carried on since
'he Six-Day War."
Rallies and torchlight parade-, in
which thousands participated were
held in New York; Trenton and
Newark. N.J.: Pittsburgh and Phil-
adelphia. Pa.; San Jose and San
Francisco, Calif.; Baltimore. Md ;
Cincinnati. Ohio; Atlanta, da.; St
Louis. Mo.: Milwaukee, Wis ; Nor-
folk. Va.: Waterbury. Conn : Bos
ton. Mass.: Minneapolis St. Paul,
and Miami.
THE 20th anniversary of Dade
dinner Wednesday evening at the
Center will be celebrated with a
dinner Wednesday evening atthe
New Four Ambassadors Hotel
Former Boxer Featured
On Sunday. Bernard Rubin will
be guesl speaker at the breakfast
meeting of the Temple Beth
Raphael Men's Club in the social
hall of the temple The breakfast
will be sponsored by Mrs. Bertha
Davidson. A former lightweight
boxer. Mr. Rubin will be introduc-
ed by Rabbi David Raab.
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way diminishes :he pressing
home anq It is to >ver these -
veil as to undertake our right -
s^or:s:b::.:v nati and overseas th .-
year 8 goal figure was arrived at.
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for the beneficiary
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the Greater Miami fewish Federation
ded recognition thai Mi
the fastest-growing
ited States and as such :ou
long sui represenl
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red its
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T Announces Art
Events In January
.The month of January has been
deetsrated as 'Art Appreciation
Monti," .<.' -lie V.M YWHA of Great-
er Miami, it was announced by
Paul Paske, president.
^A series of special events geared
tobrn cultural arts, both Jewish
and :mt:iI. to the So-.itii Florida
|a is planned by the Y'S Cultural ;
C'om.niitee. headed by Mrs. \
Berrln. These events are in
ption to the regular continuing
{rams of a cultural nature be-
c inducted al the various 'V
iches in Miami to meet the
I .ill member, or the family
|e YMHA's "Art Appreciation
th" will feature a postage
t: a special program by Shlomo
(bach, internationally known
in ..r and recording star; a
kn the traditions and heritage
^e Jewish people; an outdoor
iy. sidewalk style, ol the work
le top artists in the Miami
Reviewing the scope and eon
,f the cultural programs, Mrs.
tated: "'fie, at the Miami
re doni everything possible
vide a diversified, yet mean-
, pro ram of cultural events
the needs of all a.^es and
tastes As you can see from the
activit planned, each of the
does have application to our
lives in thi c i.nmunlty as
s to the world The entire
m is a challenge for us as
and Americans to come to
with a dynamic, ever-chang-
ciety, We welcome sugges
and ideas for new cultural
ainming and believe that the
participants in our commit-
sions. the better our over
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. Edward Lustig, Dr. Sol
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i. Seymour Abramson, Irving
A Bud I Cutler. Mrs. Jack
i. Bi rnard Welkind, Mrs. Cal-
lapp. Howard F.iber and Mrs
er Kay.
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
Chaplain Clifford Miller, on duly with the U.S. forces in
Viet Nam, is shown with Boonchu Sockasem, a Buddh.-st
craftsman, who was called in to repair the damaged plastic
handles of the Chaplain's Torah Scroll which is used i ,
regular services by the troops.
Statewide Conference Set
By Conservative Leaders
More than 200 loaders of syna-
gogues affiliated with the Conserv-
ative Movement of .Judaism in
Florida will participate in the third
annual spiritual leadership confer-
ence to be held 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the Eden Roe Hotel here.
Sponsored by a distinguished
Rabbinic committee, the event will
be attended by presidents and
leading board members of a score
of synagogues throughout the
state.
Rabbi Max Arzt. vice chancellor
of The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, will be the prin-
cipal speaker and will discuss
"The Impact of the Six-Day War
winter months. Dr. Arzt's partici-
pation is in keeping with the tra-
dition of the Seminary in bringing
its teachings to a wider commu-
nity.
The Rabbinic Committee of
$)0OS0rs includes: Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Rabbi Paul Acker-
man. Rabbi Rudolph Adler. Rabbi
Maxwell Berger. Rabbi Morris B.
Chapman. Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg. Rabbi
Morris Eeldman. Rabbi Hvman
Fishman. Rabbi Ralph Glixman.
Rabbi Stanley Kazan. Rabbi Mam
ice Klein. Rabbi Sol Landau and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Also: Rabbi Jerome Lipnick,
Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky, Rabbi Daniel
Jezer, Rabbi Charles Rubel, Rabbi
David Rosenfeld, Rabbi Allen Rut-
Chile, Rabbi Aaron Shapiro; Rabbi
David Shapiro. Rabbi Bernard P
Shoter, Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi
Alfred Waxman and Rabbi Ru-
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Philip Schiff, president of the
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The conference has been assem-
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Seminary in serving Conservative
congregation- during its heighten-
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Challenges Education Plan
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 read with great interest the
article which appeared in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Dec 22.
1967. entitled "Cooperative Educa-
tion is Urged," by Dr, Martin N
Feuerman. It points to one of the
crucial problems in Jewish educa-
tion which requires far-reaching
and immediate solution.
I share the writer's view that
consolidation of religious schools
under community auspices is ad
visable. However, he does not
make any distinction between the
sizes of the schools. Many congre-
gational schools are already larger
than they should be and merging
them would not help utilize our
decimated teaching force better or
offer our already apathetic stu-
dents properly graded classes and
meaningful curricula, as ii would
in the case of the smaller schools,
In any case, the entire article,
for which we owe Dr. Feuerman a
debt of gratitude, can hardly be
termed a radical centralization
plan" as tfic subheading reads
Such a title gives the impression
that it contains a radical depar-
ture from anything that has as yet
been conceived or tried This is
certainly not the case.
Communitj Talmud Torahs ex-
isted in many communities long
before the congregations had
Schools. There are communities
such as Minneapolis where an ex-
cellent communitj i a! nud Tor ih
h is been nourishing for m a n y
years and is stil ainlaining a
ilish point "i ach cvoment. In cit-
ies like Cleveland, an excellent
communitj Hebrew scto ol is in
existence in addition t" huge con
grecationa! schools this is just to
io the long acquaintance ith
the plan
In M ami itsi Bureau of
Jewish Education is maintaining a
central Hebrew High Scho >1 for the
communit.v which mcels in two lo-
cations, an effort "Inch deserves
Ihe applause and support of the
community, but can hardly be
called an overwhclmina success
While we would be unfair not to
mention that adolescence brings
it- special problems, it certainly
shows that centralization per cen>
tralization is nol a guarantee to
avert "the final Jewish solution."
Perhaps in so brief an article, it
is only Dossiblc to make general
statements, but thej do leave the
reader with the impression that a
simple solution can be applied to
a nio-t complex problem NO pro-
vision i- made in the plan as to
the type ol Jewish community, its
organizational structure, its budg
etarj allocations. its geographical
expansion, availability of person
nel The article did not deal with
other sources of Jewish education.
perhaps of a greater impact than
the classroom situation, such as
summer camp, Israel pilgr
ihe youth club
I believe that assimilatii a pr<
sents i new and powerful thri
to the survival of Judaism
America and that a radical plan ,
meet it is of great urgent) How-
ever, it cannot be sought in
nrnaches which have partia .
failed and are partially unwc
able.
It is also possible that the who
notion that there is an area of
neutral Judaism" is a fallacj
Ves, Jewish children should havi
i common meeting place (the JCC
Hid VMIIA are such places), but
Ihe congregations should and ran-i
teach a philosophv of Judaism with
which a person can identify and
literati) become committed to.
There are areas in whit- (he
Bureau ol Jewish Education and
its College of Jewish Studies are
already working, in addition to the
central Hebrew High School, which
pertan to the total community
needs It is the area of recruit-
ment and training of new teach-
ers which demands that our com-
munity educational agency be gu
en the tools to assemble one i{ the
finest (acuities and help rai-e the
existing large schools to the high-
est level .uu\ being able t> con-
solidate the others.
RABBI SOL LANDAU,
Beth David Congregation
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Reasons For (ii\ing
Z.O.A. Tribute To
Israel9 Dinner Saturday

.
ish defense is 'out"; Jew-
ish education is "in." Pick up
an> Jewih publication these
day.weekly, monthly, quarterly
and tin' columns are filled with
learned statements and articles
on the necessity to educate the
.lew in his own history, religion,
< ii- ms
. theme of every conven-
tioi whether it is the obvious
ones like the National Associa
lir of Temple Educators just
com hided in our town, or the
Coi rii <>f Jewish Federations
anr1 Welfare Funds, is educate.
?du ate. educate. It i> apparent
thai the "people of the book" have
be< reading the wrong tomes
the pasl several decade* "Gen-
tle in's Agreement" is out: the
covi riant has been reinstated.
tin* is heartening to the
rabbis and educators who have
fought the learning battle over
tlu .ears while the Jewish com
munity directed most of its funds
to .i defense agencies, hospitals.
ho:- !>r the aged and centers.
Academically heartening, that is.
for there is little likelihood that
mui h more than statements and
articles and learned papers at
coi mentions will come out of all
thi excitmeat.
One oi the prnhhinm among
many, is who gets into this edu-
catii ii act? The defense agencies
and centers seem to be falling
OV i each other in an effort to
Sbeic me educational depots, now
in their original purpose* seem
tob< dissipated. The Jewish scene
today is somewhat reminiscent
- ol the health fund picture which
found a number of the famous old
.i [i ncies scrambling about trying
tn find a cause when their reason
foi xistence ended. No agencj
board i* about to preside over the
liquidation ol the organization no
matter how anachronistic Away
to ji stify continued existence will
be nind. never fear.
" in i: we were tn assume
lit; (he competing forces for the
An i: lean Jewish dollar will come
to i agreement -non on bolster-
ing educational funds, the prob
lei', i* that much ol the funds
would be wasted. At the present
time, there is a critical shortage
of teachers, administrators and
rabbis in the Jewish educational
field. Attitudes of communal lead-
er- over the years have discour-
aged the development of these
most vital sources of Jewish
learning, and a more positive out-
loi today will not cure the de-
fed for manv years to come, if
at all.
I: is naive to believe that, given
tlu present position of the Feder-
ations and other interested agen
cii tiny will be able to attract
to some nebulous program the
11 percent of children in Jewish
si-.-. >i* iwhoi end their education
at junior high school age" (The
Jewish Community. March. l!W7i
The same source slates that Jew-
ish schools will need 800 new
teachers this year, but only 65
will come out of the few accred-
ited teacher training schools
Without competent stalfwhich is
one of the reasons so many Jew-
ish children do not continue with
their education in the first place
it would be better to shift the
non-existent increase in educa-
tional fund* to some going project
presently starved for money.
In the Dec. 22 issue of THE
JEWISH FLORID1AN, Dr. Mar-
tin N Keuerman wrote an inter-
esting if also naive article on the
need for "cooperative" or central
education of our youth, obviously
from a Federation point of view.
I use "naive'" kindly here, only
because Dr. Feuerman means
well. But he sets forth a program
which, in part, he calls "non-
controversial Judaism" and there-
fore acceptable, in his opinion, to
Orthodox. Reform and Conserva-
tive alike He has to be kidding!
Dr. Feuerman takes a crack at
vested interest when he states
that "this idea will not be popular
with rabbis because schools bring
membership to temples." but he
is only partly right It may sur-
prise him to know that the things
he cites as "non-controversial."'
"the study of the Hebrew lan-
guage, history, customs, etc."'
can cause any amount of healthy
and valid difference of opinion
among the Orthodox, Reform and
Conservative rabbinate and edu-
cators.
As a synagogue-oriented person
(for many reasons, including my
professioni. I am dismayed that
so little consultation has taken
place with the people and insti-
tutions winch have maintained
Jewish education over these
many decades while the secular
institutions were divesting them
selves of their Jewish past And,
while the secularists write am
talk to themselves, it is the He-
brew Union College Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion (the Reform rab-
binical seminaryi which is now
planning to train Jewish social
and communal workers some-
thing the organized national Jew-
ish community gave up years ago
as not being worth the effort.
along with any desire to support
Jewish education.
It is little wonder, then, that a
closer examination of the educa-
tion hysteria seems to be in order
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J.W.V. To Hold
Convocation In
Israel In March
The Jewish War Veterans will
hold a convocation in Israel during
the first week of March, it was
announced by Ainslee Ferdie, a
(oral Cables attorney and a mem
ber of the JWV national executive
committee.
A record turnout was predicted
this week for the seventh annual
"'Tribute to Israel"' dinner spon-
sored by the South Florida Dis
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of America, according to Sidney
Raymond, chairman of the event
The dinner will be held at 7:30
p.m Saturday at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Guest speakei at the dinner will
be Charles T. Fenyvesi. a Wash
ington news analyst and editor of
the Near Fast Report, who will
discuss the current Middle East
political situation.
One of the highlights of the din
ner dance will be a special candle-
lighting ceremony directed by Irv-
ing Pietrack and his orchestra and
narrated by Rabbi David Shapiro
of Temple Sinai, Holhwood. presi-
dent of the Southeast Region of the
Zionist Organization of America.
During the ceremonv. which
will be coordinated by Nan Cohen,
2(1 Zionist leaders will participate
in the special "Tribute to Israi
Dr. Morton J, Robbins. of Hi;
ton, Mass. and Nashua. Nil., will
serve as toastma dance, which is the first major
affair of the local ZOA district.
[or the new year
Serving with Sidney Raymond
on the committee lor the "Tribut
to Israel" dinner dance are: Mor-
ris Simon. Max Harness. Fred
Haas. Ezra Kinegold. Meyer Sie-
gel. Bernard Katz. Abraham A.
(.runhut. Ben Ciller. M William
Smith. Cantor Saul Breeh. Joseph
Alter. Max Fierman. Greta Shu
bow. Selma Hirshaut, Sam J, Per-
ry, Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Julius
I Rosenstein, Lawrence Heine ,
Morris Minov, Albert Grossman,
Mortimer May. Joseph II. Cohen,
Albert E. Ossip, David Olshansky
and Gil Rappaport
"The convocation." Mr. Ferdie
said, "will enable us to make a
first hand evaluation of the defense
ind development needs in the
State of Israel. Those leaving from
the Miami area will endeavor to
travel as a group and will report
our observations back to the com-
munity on our return."
Mr Ferdie said that the tour
would leave New York on Feb. 25.
26. 27 and 28 and would spend 10
days in Israel including the con-
vocation and conferences with Is-
raeli officials.
He noted that arrangements
were not limited to Jewish War
Veterans but were open to all.
THE MAGIC NUMBER LAST YEAR WAS
18,169
That was the number of new Pension and Profit Sharing Plans approved by
Internal Revenue in 1966. Incidentally, most of these plans were for corpora-
tions with under 25 employees.
Why do we call it a magic number' We think the ability to invest money on a
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Seminary To Establish Archives
An who attended the luncheon
lot Mount Sinai Hospital h-?ld by the \V
en's It) stand
Mrs. I' inn, chairman; Mn
sident; Mrs. Georqe
I I, pai larian; Samu 1 Gerl
president, M I S Hos
surer;
' unl Sinai's Radiothera
Department; and cochairman Mrs. Irvii i
Rubin. Seated: Mrs. Morris Gid
dent; Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. honorary cho
man; Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, honorary
chairman of the board; Baron do Hn.
Meyei | resi lent of Mount Sinai H S|
Edward L. Cowen, chairman
nmittee; and Mrs. Herbert Fenchel,
nbership chairman.
American Jewish Committee Calls On
Police Chief To Clarify' Crack-Down
The Greater Miami Chapter ol
the American Jewish Committee
Hn- week called on Miami Police
Chiel Walter Headley to "clarifj
his recent statements announcin
a crack down on hoodlums in the
Ne in sections oi the citj and the
II-.- Hi rifles and dogs bj police
officei -
In .1 statement issued on behalf
of the Committee's Miami Chap
ter, Alfred Boas, president, said,
"We must deplore methods which
call for the unrestrained use of
police dogs shotguns and the stop
and searching of persons who t
I
are nol actually involved in the
commitment ol acts ol violence."
The implications of such prac-
lices, the statement declared,
would intimidate law abiding citi-
zens, both black and white, to lb*
point where the desired support for
i.iu and order would be severely
threatened
Urging intensified efforts "to
protect all our citizens by the
use of traditional methods which
guarantee the rights of individ-
uals," Mr. Boas said that it was
"unfortunate that th# recent
statements made by Chief Head-
ley give th impression that
cume exists only in the area in
which many of our Negro citi-
zens resie>."
The Committee statement called
on Miami law enforcement offi-
cials to exercise "their duties to
protect the lives and rights of all
individuals, both black and white,
in traditional fashion, with strict
adherence to constitutional princi-
ples." The organization also called
ill citizens "for th,- support of
i nd i oil it ial s't ti;. .-.i
"concerted and immediate effrwfaT'
he made toward a reannrainal of
all-out program to provide jobs,
recreational facilities, educational
programs and adequate housing,
for all the citizens >>i Miami, both
black and while, as a deterrent t<>
crime "
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe establishment
>f American Jewish Religious Ar-
chives at The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America has been an-
nounced by Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
Seminary Chancellor.
The new Seminary division, un-
ler the direction of Dr. Moshe
Davis, will select, classify, and
preserve the original records and
>th r source material which will
ultimately provide a basis for study
>f the history of Judaism as it has
developed in the New World.
"The American environment has
Droved extremely friendly to Jew-
ish religious development.'* said
Dr. Finkelstein. "Our people, after
centuries of ghetto life, found an
unprecedented stimulus for growth
in the cultural pluralism and re-
ligious freedom which flourish in
the United Slates and in Canada."
Dr. Davis, who heads the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Jewry of
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, is also a founder and co-
director of the Seminary's Amer-
ican Jewish History Center. He
plans to spend some time in this
country in the coming year, di-
recting the archives of the Cen-
ter, and setting up the new ar-
chives.
Commenting on the developing
In Id ol American Jewish religious
history, Dr Davis explained that
he regarded the archives as a log
ical complement to the American
Jewish History Center "Scholars
wo: king on regional histories of
Jewish communities in the United
States have l>een besieged with
queries about what to do with ar
chives." said Dr. Davis.
"These may range from family
tapers of an early settler to the
minute books of the first local con-
jugation, often rabbis find that
heir own correspondence, while
Terhaps not something they wish to
publish, seem too important to de-
stroy. They come to our research-
is in the hope that we will be able
, 'o keen the documents, observe the
; lonfidentiality necessary to protect
', oeople still living, and yet in-lire
i 'hat important source materials
'. arc available to the scholars best
qualified to use them.
"In many ways," Dr. Davis con-
tinued, "American history is a col-
[ lection of group histories. Certain-
ly no one can really understand
our west who does not know what
inspired the westward migration
which dominated the first 200 years
:>f American history. Or. to cite a
Canadian parallel, no history of
Cjuebec could fail to take note of
I In- separate British and French
I breads which were interwoven to
ere.ite that province
"The American Jewish History
Center lias round a similar Inter
play between American Jewish his-
tory and the history of America as
a whole Judaism has had an im-
pact upon America, reflected today
in any number of regional his
torie But America has also in
fluenced the .lews, and Judaism
itself II Hus important reciprocal
relationship is to be documented
for future generations, the docu-
ment c e ii 11' r envisioned in the
American Jewish Religious Ar
chives is a necessity." Dr. Davis
leclared.
For the time being, archival ma-
terial will be stored in the Semi-
nary library, under the supervision
af Dr. Mcnahcm Schmelzer, the
librarian. Ultimately, space for the
American Jewish Religious Ar-
ihives and for the archivists work-
ng on the materials will be pro-
,-ided in the new building lo be
erected on the campus of the Sen
nary, at Broadway and 122nd St.
Construction of the new building.
plans for which are now on the
architect's drawing board, is ex-
pected to start in 1!:>8.
Pharmacists Hear
Talk On Family
Medicine Concept
Dr. Max V. Skeen. assistant pro-
fessor of family medicine at the
University of Miami, addressed the
nonthly meeting this week of the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical
Association
lie spoke On the family medicine
:onccpl which will be used at the
family health center to be estab
lished in Miami this year with the
| aid of federal funds.
Earlier speakers in the Associa-
tion's serie-, included Dr Edgar
teed, newly appointed medical di-
rector ol the Office of Economic
Opportunity and Dr Henry Malta.
assistant health officer ol the Dade
I Count) Health Department.
Sidney SimkowitZ is president of
I Ihe Association and Ben Saks l-
secretary-manager.
Soviets Unleash
New Attack On
Israel, Zionism
WASHINGTON (J^TA) The
Soviet Union has unwashed a new
attack on Israel and Zionism with
an article in a leading Russian
newspaper seeking to link Zionism
with Nazism and anti-Semitism.
The new wave of attacks followed
a short-lived indication of possible
moderation emerging from the
Warsaw conference on Middle East
policy, concluded last week by
Communist leaders from eight
countries. The Warsaw communi-
que referred to Israel's right to
exist, but stressed the primacy of
unconditional withdrawal from oc-
cupied territories.
The new attack in the Young
Communist League newspaper,
Komosomolskaya Pravda, alleged
that Zionism sought to exploit
anti-Semitism to manipulate Jew-
ish working class people.
The writer. Yuri Ivanov, quoted
Theodor Herzl, father of modern
political Zionism, as allegedly stat-
ing that anti-Semitism was "use-
ful" when directed against workers
and "harmful" only when directed
against Zionists.
The new USSR press and radio
propaganda indicated that the anti-
Israel campaign would continue
unabated The line is based on
charges that Israel employed
"Nazi" methods against the Arabs.
DR. MOSi.l DAVIS
Rabbi Waxman at T
"Does Religion Have any The-
rapeutic Value''" will be discussed
bj Rabbi Alfred Waxman of Tem-
ple Zion at the YMHA Social
Singles Club at 9 ri.m., Monday.
Club president is Betty Hoover.


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Hebrew Academy To Mark Twentieth Year
Future Of Day School
Will Fill Communal Need
No man has played a more vital
role in the 20-year progress of the
Hebrew Academy than Rabbi Al-
exander S. Gross. In a way. it
might be said that he was a god-
lather of the school who later be-
came Its mentor and its guiding
spirit.
Rabbi Gross' first contact with
the Hebrew Academy came about
when he was sent to Miami Beach
by Torah Umesorah to help a
group of eager men form a He-
brew day school. He sat in at the
planning sessions and helped to
show the founders how the day
school system worked. With the
school successfully launched. Rab-
bi Gross went on to other duties,
including the foundation of schools
in the new communities of Israel.
But fate was to return him to
Miami Beach in 1950. when he
took over as principal of the school
he had helped to found. It was a
period of great stress.
"It was an experiment," says
Rabbi Gross. "We received a
cool reception from the leader-
ship of Hie Jewish community.
It felt the community was not
ready for an all day educational
program."
They may have had a point
Miami Beach was only half its
present size. At that time. 41st
Street was considered uptown.
There were very few young peo-
ple. But Miami Beach was a grow-
ing community and the founders
knew that young people would
come. But they would only come
to a community where they could
be guaranteed a positive educa-
tional program for their children.
The most significant factor in
the growth of the Academy was
the educational quality of the in-
stitution Parents were impressed
with the amount of Hebrew know!
edge and secular education their
children amassed in a year They
saw no conflict within this type of
school and the cultural milieu rep-
l)r. Rosenfeld To
Address Hebrew
Language Group
Dr. Abraham Rosenfeld. world
traveler and lecturer, will address
the Hebraists of Greater Miami
Monday at 8:15 p.m. in the offices
oi the Bureau of Jewish Education.
940 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach.
Dr. Rosenfeld will discuss "The
Spiritual Effect upon the Diaspora
in Light of Israel's Recent Vic-
tory."
The meeting is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Moadon Hallistadruth alli-
vrith, Hebrew Language and Cul-
ture Club.
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The State of Israel played a
great part in the philosophy oi the
Hebrew Academy. The fact that
the school and the state were born
at approximately the same time is
symbolic of the cultural goals of
American education and Israeli as
piralions. There has always been
a tight bond between Israel and
the Academy. Over the years, 20
Academy students went on to con-
tinue their studies at the Hebrew
University or other schools in
Israel.
From his 20 year association
with the Academy. Rabbi Gross
ha- established a philosophy of the
place of the Hebrew Academy in
the community. "It is our purpose I
to produce a generation of knowl-
edgeable, well rounded young men
and women who are as at home
in their Hebraic tradition as they
are in their American tradition. !
"We feel that there is no con- '
flict One education reinforces the
other; there is a compatibility A
good Jew is proud of his American
culture. Our program at the He-
brew Academy is based on a cul-
tural plurality, much the same as
exists at such great educational
institutions as Yeshiva University
Notre Dame and l-'ordham."
The vears have brought many
changes and these are the onos
thai Rabbi Gross feels to be most
important: "There is a greater
awareness of Jewish problems and
a consciousness of responsibility
for the training of our youth and
I he future of our people. There is
greater emphasis on commitment
to Jewish values. People want to
know more about their past and
heritage. They want to know the
meaning of their faith. Most of all.
they are proud of their Judaism.
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RABBI ALEXANDER CROSS
Twenty years ago man) people
\anted to hide (his, now they wear
t as a badjje of pride "
Concerning the future of the
Academy. Rabbi dross noted thai:
'We have always been sensitive to
!he wishes of the community. It
vas in response to their demands
that the Academy has advanced
o its present state. But there are
till stronger pressures upon us to
go even further. The cry now is
or an even greater strengthening
in our junior high and high school
programs. And now the call i- for
a Hebrew four year college
"There is no institution of He-
brew higher education south of
New York, and people do not wish
In send their children to New York
They are afraid What the) want i-
an institution ol higher learning
on home ground. For this we can
only hope, .is we hoped for a He-
brew Academy 20 years ago We
can hope also that the jjreat power
that heard our prayers back then
will grant the fulfillment of this
wish also."
More than 1.600 persons arc ex-
pected to attend the 20th animer
gar) scholarship dinner oi the He
brew Vcademy of Greater Miami
l be heldSunda) evening. Jan. 14,
;ii the Deauville Hotel
The dinner, the Academy's larg
e ing the year, is expected to raise
$75,000 tor the institution's schol
arship fund Nearl) Ho percent ol
the students a: the Icadem) arc
either on full or partial scholar
ship
This year's dinner honors Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who
have been active on behalf of
the Academy
As cochairman of the building
committee, Mr Rosen was in lar (
measure responsible for raising the
fund- which were used to construct
the school's five year old quarters
mi Pine Tree l>mc He also serves
as the Chairman of the Hoard of
he Academy and is deeply inter
isted in all activities related to
Russia Send* \ral>
Nen Missile Ships
PARIS (JTA) The French Sa
tional Detcr.-c Review said this
week that the Soviet Union had
delivered atxuii 40 naval vessels
equipped with missile-launching
ramp- to countries bordering on
the Mediterranean The vessels are
of the Komar ami Osa t)pes
The nn-sile- which sank the Is
raeh destroyer Klath were fired
from craft of the Osa class, given
to Hi, Egyptian N;ny
The French journal noted that
no Western nation had developed
operational mis-ile craft of thi-
type and it warned that they "cre-
ate a threat to our maritime force
which l- far from negligible "
the Academy Mr. Rosen Ls also
devoted Zionist and has work,
tirelessly in the cause of Bonds for
Israel.
Mrs Rosen also played a vita'
part in the construction of the new
building. She was the chairman
of the women's division of th.'
building committee and initiated
the highly successful "Brick for
Life'' campaign. Through thi-
campaign, the Academy Women
were able to raise funds to build a
new auditorium and a new lunch
room She has also served as pre-
ident of the Academy Women and
is now I'hairman of the Board of
that group
Harry Golden, author and jour
nalist. will be the featured speaker
of the evening. Louis Poller is
dinner chairman
Formal ceremonies will be held
during the dinner to mark the
paying off oi the institution -
mortgage Ixniis Merwit/er. bulk
ing chairman will head the mort
-ave burning ceremony.
Another ceremony will hono-
th sc men and women who hav
given 20 years of their life to th
-crv ice of the Academy
Guests at the dinner will be en
tertained by -elections given by
the Academy choir.
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Friday, January 5. 1968
JcnUti IkridHan
P~ge 1
Miami Day School Pioneers To Be Cited
At Annual Scholarship Dinner Jan. 14
L Twenty years ago, ;i gr
en came up with the
roup of 75
original
jconcepl of the Hebrew Academy.
Jn the years that have ensued.
lime, death and other interests
Jia\e claimed a number of these.
But there are mans of the original
founders who are active in the af-
fair- of the Academy to this day.
These men will be honored on the
occasion of the 20th Annual Dinner
for their services to the Academy
Among the pioneers of Hebrew
Pay School education who will he
lonored at the Academy dinner
re:
Samuel Reinhard, one of the
Minders of the institution who now
rves as vice president.
Harry Genet, a veteran support
ol the Academy now serving on
,e dinner committee.
Jacob Cohen, who guided the in
ituiion through its earl) stages
ml was instrumental in efforts lor
lc new building.
Aaron Lauer, who played a ma-
ir role in recruiting students tor
|c fledgling institution. His own
in was one oi the original six
udents.
Raymond Rubin and Oscar Scha-
Iro, veteran backers of the Day
chool idea in Greater Miami.
Benjamin Appel and Herman
erk, two of the original founders
'ho -till serve as directors.
tThe first president of the Acad-
my was Dr. David S Andron, who
a- followed in the post by Ben I.
inder, who served seven terms;
'ing Firtel and Louis Merwitzer.
enfold, Joseph Cohen. George Kim-
mel. Zvi Berger, .1 Jerrj Schech-
ler. Murray Berkowit/. Andre
Bialolenki, Commissioner Irwin
Christie and Milton Kahn
Also Dr. Donald Kass. Prof.
George I'ickar. Julius Sand. Jerry
Wittels. Dr. Matthew Zuekermaii.
Abe Aianoff. Herman Basch. Ailolt
Blank, tail Brandos. Shepard
Broad, Dr Louis A. Bunim. Max
Cohen, Nathan Darsky. Max Deak-
ter. Louis de Coveny. Morris Dub
ler. Louis Dublin. Milton Khren-
relch, Herman Bisenberg and
Seymour Eisenberu.
AKo Isidore Friedman, liyman
Galbut, Martin Genet, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Maurice G*ldring, Sam
Goldstein, Abe Green. Henrj Grou-
dan. Seymour V Gudwin, Max
Gutman, Mark 1. Harris. Joseph
Hoffman, Hyman Jablon, Robert
Jacobs. Rev. Jacob Katl, liyman
Klko. Murray Koretzky, Ellislon
Kosoff. Isidore Kramer. Rev. Jo-
seph Krantz. s n. Krom. Rabbi
David Lehrfield. Ben Levin, Ben
jamin Levy. David Lippman. Dr.
BIN I. BINDER
Irwin Makovskj
Mechanic
and William
Also I II Mellman. Alex Miller.
Morris B. Miller. Morris Moss.
Samuel Ostrowsky, Henry I'enchan-
sky. Jack S. Popick, Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky, Sidnej l>a\mond. liar-
r> Rosen, Julius Rosenstein, Sam
uel Rosner, Sidney Rubinowltz,
Solomon Sandier. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Gabriel Shantzis, Herbert s
Shapiro. Rev. Joseph Shapiro. Ben
jamin Sherry, Isidore Spotter,
Hyman Stern, Dr. Isaac Unterman,
Morris Waldman, Philip Weiss and
Leonard /.illicit.
Among the ladies whose work
will be recalled at the dinner are:
Mrs Alfred Stone, Mrs. Samuel
Cohen, Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz.
Mrs. Irvine Firtel. Mrs. Ida Appel
and Mis Joseph Shapiro, all for-
mer Academy Women presidents,
who gave freely of their time dur-
ing .the formative 20 year period.
The work that these ladies began
i- now being carried on by the
current president of the Academy
Women, Mrs Samuel Rosner, and
by the PTA president. Phyllis Ro-
senberg.
Special mention should also l>e
made oi: Hortense Andron. Ger-
trude Shapiro, Estelle Rosenhouse,
Beckie Reinhard, Esther Kackov-
sk\. Beulah Davis, Sylvia Katz.
MKS. SAMUU KOSNIK
Edna Rosenstein, Hose Schwart
Sally Simon. Ida Zisquit. Hose Ro-
senhouse, Mary Rosner. Franc, s
Brandes, Sue Herman, Rose stau-
holm, Hannah Berger, Tillie Du '
ler. Hannah Osheroff. Lilly Halfoi.
Kthel Cohen, Ruth Firtel. Ro-e
Kogan, Frieda Adelsberg, Jean
Kimmel. Rose Bienenfeld, It <
Lauer, Pauline (hill. Rose Lobel.
Eva Puchs, Rose Genet, Fric
Miller. Shirley Gross, Bea Spotter
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TEMPLE ISRAEL frf aUS**"*""
3500 SW 69th W.iy. CThTerVative.
dOuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Raoci mar Ever.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthoilox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW '9th Ave.
Ccnaervaiive. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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BETH DAVID. :6?6 SW 3rd Av
Conservative. Rabbi S?l LanOau.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Friday B andS IS p.m li;itt'i Landau
will discuss Til.' Enlightened" by
Seymour B Llebman Ban Mitsvah:
.Till, dauffhter of Mr and Mrs Hamld
Rai>piit'ri. s. a :n Sermo i:
"The Torah Lesson." Bar Mitsvah:
Fred -on of Mr and Mrs. Irvln
> li M ha 5 :- in
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox RaMv Salomon S*hiff
Friday 5:13 p.m Saturday a in Ser-
mon: "Principles Worth Defending."
Hlncha 5:19 p m
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BETH ISRAEL. 77-> "-Mh St.. MB.
Orthodox. Ha-hl R.r-i wein.
BETH JACOfa o-. v..is"lngton Ave..
M B. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryal-.u T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday B:1S pin Sermon: "Prospects
for the Xew Year." Mr anl Mrs
Benjamin Sokoloff will hosl the One|
Bhabbat in honor r>( Mr. and Mrs
Irving Jacobsnn Saturday S I" a m
Sermon: "A Pr-nm Come True." S
i m. "Revelations."
BETH TORAH. 16'th St. ano NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Van Lip
chitz. Cantor Jaeofc Rtnzer.
K'nlay a nnd 8:16 p.m. Sermon: !
"Judaism's Answer to a Drug-Orient-
ed Society." lias Mitsvah: Joyc<
laughter of Mi*, ami Mrs. Gerald
loldsteln. Saturday 8:30 am Bar
Mitsvah: .lay. son of Mrs Miriam
Anderson.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Let's Keep
Our Resolutions." Saturday 8:43 am
Ear Mitsvah: Norman, .son of Mr anil '
Mrs Irving Cohen.
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WNAI RAPHAEL '4111 M 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday s:i" p.in Sermon: Joseph '
Asslmllator a- l Jew Saturdaj
. m. liar Mitsvah: David, son of Mr
and Mrs Robert Friedman.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
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FT. LAUDEhDAI E EMANU-EI-. 18C1
S. Andrew; Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cai.tor Jerome
Klement.
fCMPLt AUATH YtSHLRUN Con
rvatlve, '025 NE 'P3rd St.. V am:
Gardens RJ. Rahh. Milton bchimsxy.
Cantor Harry Sterling.

Frl las 8:1.' i>.m Si rni \ 1 h
the Future ,: M
Sandra, daughter of Judge and Mrs.
v man i ; Satun > 4"-
a m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 1050 N Kendall
Dr.. S Miami. Refernv Rabbi Her.
hert Biumgarl Cantor Michael Kvrr
Prida} T :30 p. m Si rm< -
Coat of Mnnv r oi Saturdaj I
a in Bar Mitzvah Will, on f Mr
and Mrs Hose Rappaport: Rru .
son of Mr, and Mr- William Tl ..!-
hi Imi r
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'EWOLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1331 S '4th Ave Reform
t-.Ko. Samuel Jaffe
Friday in p.m Sermon: "Thi M reh
of Time IVhal Poi il \I<
Saturday ii a.m. Bar Mitsvah: An-
drew, son ,,t" .Mr ., nil Mrs Sli
Richard Kulin
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL -=-1=
.l*ffr:cn Ave. Conservative Ral't-t
David Raab. Cantor Saul H B---h
Friday vl n m Sermon
Ahead lor 1968 Saturday *
Si rmon: "Joseph and his Br
Mincha 6:15 p in
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TEMPLE OR OLOM rr,nervative
I'W SW 't>- H Minm' Bi^
Ralph 2 Glixman. Cantor Benjam r.
ben Ari.
Friday 8 p.m Saturday 8:45 a in Bar
Mil/yah: Warren .-on ..i j|p ..:.i
Mrs. Harold Klnsler: Lawrence,
of Mr and Mrs. Albert Bass M
.' p.m.
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TIFERETH icracl gnn m Mlsm
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Gl.intz.
Friday p m RahM Si. .. -i B
Jacobs uill deliver < sermnn on "So-
viet .'. wry, The Almost Forgi tti n
Trag. dy "
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TEMPLE ZION 800" MHIer Rrf. Co*
-rviiv Rabh, Aifr.H Waxman
F" !: ilii'I
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
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tVIF VFNOH'-i 620 '1th St
Conse-vat've. n-t-l- Miver Abram
owitz. Cantor Nico Felc'man. ....- uaaan
i : > : pm Sern Tm "i i By Rabbi HERBERT BAUV.GARD
- ,(UI a 111 S< : I-
Portion lh< i
THf RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Judah And Joseph
Temple Beth Am
TEMPLE SINmI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary offire. 18801 NE 2?'"'
a .. Reform Fiaobi R.-'o" Kmosl-
!' M ly 8-1S p m I W
Fridat 8:1-1 P m Sern '
, \fi. r Chanukal > m !'
> Thought* AIh ui Chi ;
nnd Ji ws m day 11 a in I m
,1 i -.
Hebrew lass studi its. Cl
g .1. u iry hlrthd
blessed All sen hi
ion Federal XE l7th si
TEMPLE TIFERFTU JAC"L' < f
4ih Ave. M.a eah. Conserv.it v
Rabbi Mauri'- K m
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rfM"i E ZAMORA 44 Zamora
Conservative o-r*. M -" It'
ger. Cantor Sey nour Hinkes.

TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of He "y-
. -nro- St Conserv I
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
o'- lip Lutman
I i p in On eg SI ,,ii.::
hy Mr Maurlci
:n in.- r of their twi
Saturday i< b m
P ni
rEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 4:u Cai
Ave. Libe--.il. Rabbi Leo- K- nisi
-"intr- nav-rl Corvitr
. ". p m Ralib l
/.I \\ ill deliver a sei mon
i oi ihi Propl .-
I '. a 111

TEMPLfc LtTH TCv <=4- SW Ptn
c rn--^rvative Rabbi Simon Ar-d
Friday %-:l"- p in ftuesl spei I
niissa-ii-r Irwin Christie Topic: "The
I i-.M.idis Report, The Hevi
of I lowntow ii Miami SatUI
a in Sermon: "Portion of :l V.....
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Traai-
tional Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz Cm
tor Edward Klein
Friday la p in Saturday la n m
Bar M Isval Rnherl \ mui (
Mrs Eileen 15.....Iman
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
4 TEVETH 5:24
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. ooo NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush
---- ----
YOUNG ISRALL PF MIAMI PEACt-
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
---- ----
TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompanc Beach. Conservative Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
TEMPLfc tMftMJ 'L 1701 Wa*hmo
ton Ave r.m..v|l-. n-.-hi Irvino
'.ehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler
Prld anil 30 p in Si m
New year's Ri niui Ions for
Si iui lay 8 -.< m s. rmm
Portion of -li. Bible Bar M tsvah:
Edward I son of Mi .
Manrolls Mlncl a ". Jn iim i- .-
.\lii-/v ah: v- il Brui p. son
Mn Morti NTs ; lu......
tlon I0:30a.m
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GRFATER Ml-
AMI 13' NF !th St. Reform. Raao,
Joseph R. Narot.
(loin Club Elects
Officers For '68
The Israel Coin Club of South
Florida has elected B. J. Ruben- ,
stein as president of its 1968 stafl
of officers,
Balance "f the roster includes Di
Oscar L. Winkelstein ami i hai
Fine, vice presidents; Jack Dia
mond, treasurer; Dr. Leon Greeni
Ueorge Trager, Steve Cohen and
Irving Rosen, directors.
The club meets the first Tues-
day evening of every month at
Federal Pavings, NE 81st St. and
Biscayne B
read I -
of the
m .; in (he entire Bible
Th i is call I, "Vay.gds
v hich meai -
i he cam*
r" Ii ha to
do with the fact
t II .: t aft
* seph brothers
hii
the p t ami
thi n '1 h!m
into

: -i r b r
pll '( ;. .."
the mar, in
Rcbbi Boumgord ,,..,..,. ,. al, tn,
; vt;: their
. : risi n
ii
. : jusl littli and
havi an exi I
Ii r Joseph hid a silver cup
in the sack of grain to be carried
by his youngest brother. Benja-
min, and threatened to keep ins
brother Benjamin as a hostage
until the brothers brought back
their father to Egypt,
The portion begins with the
words, "Then .ludah came near
unto Joseph and said, 'Let
nie. I praj thee, stay instead of
the lad as a slave to my lord, and
let the lad jo home with his brotl
ers. For how shall I return to my
father, ii the lad is not with us?'
I'pon seeing this touching display
of sacrifice hy one of his brother-.
J( seph broke down and cried and
revealed himself to his brothers
Had Judah not been willing to _u.
!1 in the place of his \
icr. we wonder if Joseph w ,
uve ever revealed himself
So often, each of us has h.
same kind of chance as Judah h \i
That is, we have the chance ;-.
come near." to enter into a -
bj giving of ourselves,
fortunately, most of us Devei
ime to the point that we are ., ,.
i o ourselves. e\ en to -...
fice a little bit.
The portion of the week
n ti a es to us that the san
men who are capable of makii,. as
earlier error, are later capabl
tance and the redirection o|
es. All men ire imperil
th nk evil thoughts. Most
i i l deeds. The differ*
n US IS not are we >
ol evil, because we are all caj
ol i v ii The difference is that -
redirect our lives towai U
I iitive goals and values Judal
n pn -' r.tative of all of us u
this si nse, The hope of the u
,ih our becoming like Judah
No one can read this port. -,
fioin the Torah without Weepii .
h is revealed as a totally hu-
man figure. Although he is ob
ouslj a man in high position. ,-
cannot resist the temptation t<
and embrace his broth, r-
who have done him wrong. The i r
iveness of Joseph is a classic i
ample of virtue.
The world stands upon the dei
f nun like Judah and Joseph
the world is ever to achlevi
plateau Of peace and cooperatu
will only In liecause some of u> ai
cpable of repentance, like Ju :..
and some of us are capable oi
giveness, like Joseph.

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FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Bahbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindieh.
lay 8:15 p.m Bern i
Xew Perapi vi P turclay v
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale B>ach Blvd.
---- ----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 24on. p netree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gro.
---- ----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Sh.iDi-o. Caotor Yehudah
Heilbrinn-
Jan. 7Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish. Belli Sholom, Miai I
Topic: Soviet Russian Jewry
Jan. 7Ch. 10. 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour,
Host Rabbi David Rosenfeld, Beth Moshe I
lion. North Miami.
Jan. 9Ch. 2. 9:30 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Theology of Power
Moderator: Rev Luther C, Pierce
Participants Dr Max A Lipschitz. rabbi. Beth l
Congregation; Msgr Josi ph O'Shei lircc!
Diocesan Radio and Television Comm
He\. seil W'yrick
'SPAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW
St. Connervati*
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Orthortox. rabh' T,bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141^ Euclid Ave
Orthodjw. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield
"'"iif *K,iloi- Sei*
" ilny S:l" ii m Sermon 1 '
- of Israel ii- n < 'mis.- :
Ml War."
- IS p in Saturday MS a.m
-*-rmoTi: "Scriptural LeHaon."1
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MINYONAIRES SVNAOOGUE 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional. Cantor
Loon Cohen.
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.. MB.
Orthodox. R.ihf. Phineat Weber-
mi"
S iturda y 111 a m. Sermon After
*hanukah What Mlnoha 5:15
m
---- ----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4>
Collme Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Capian.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayigash
Jacob and his family come down to Egypt n ox drawn carts
"And they took their cattle, and their goods, v.i. c (hi
n in the land ol I ai aan
and all his seed with him." fGen. 46:6).
VAYIGASH Judah approached Joseph and offered h'm
as a senant in Benjamin's stead, as he was responsible for the
youngest_son to their father Unable to contain himself
tot Tl vealed h,mseIf t0 nis dumb-struck brotheo
He bade them return t Canaan, gather together their families
faln'^iru""- T! ''P,"n; "' E->P' ("r "'" dUon Ol
am ne. At Beersheba God removed Jacob's doubts a>; to the
wisdom: of his course of action. He appeared to Jacob with
mat- tl. "0l s down in, Eg-vP,; for I wUl there
make of thee a groat nation." (Genesis 463)
,h J!ub, Camer "' E"M" "wi,h scvcnty >" Joseph gave
muTip^d13"' f GShen ,0 SeUle '" ThPre ^ "ourisPhedRand
,nA lhJ.Sj;ee0Un,i"?L0f 'J?' We*klv Por,ion of Law is extracted
nd based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish H.ri..
edited by P WoMman-Tsamir. $15. Pub.ish.r J,fiSLlKSL
volume .. available at 27 William St., New York S N Y PrJstdenr
of the socety distributing the vo.um is Joseph SchUng
-a- ,
VMIO AND WHERE
A. Shalom, how nice to see \ou!
B. Shalom, excuse me. I am
confused you are .7
A. You forgot me don't
apologize, people forget. In
short, I'm Doctor Zimberg.
U. Of course. Dr. Zimberg .
ihe mentor) gets dim. Your
face is so familiar \\ r.i:e
did we meet?
ir.r'H-^ ai'o rrs ic^r ,
' ...Tnrit
,Vx:rr ^H..r,;,K rnrr k
nr b:0 .r?r: y.m,vh
A. Actually, this is what intrigues .T'K TTSIC T2 HT SX"5
me. Where did we meet? *
Perhaps in C/crno\n/> t1 "fcc' i^ "
T paiin'jia
B. In Czernowitz, it could be,
except that .
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h,
ml
wej
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it
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is ]
ui
3
1
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A. You hesitate, something doesn't Tfi KT *"tra .esS WJl
look rii'ht to mui :' ~ '-: '
look right to j
U. Wl v not? iz is a
beautiful city. Bui I've never
been there. It's a pity .
* I' e same with me, I
never rein m t zernovitz .,
B. Apparently a mistake, it is
entirelj a mistake .
A. Why exaggerate? Hie incident
' zernovitz is a .
and Jews meet there. But
time ii was
not e who met, but two
othcis .
?-
1 'i
> Me*ha ? u-
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- .
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VOLR DICTIONARY I OK TODAY '
to hesitate
to e.xaggeralo

I am confused
to apologize
to intrigue
n-3;
Yguvr
p?9a
IDIOMS:
It appears to be so.
bomc-tliing doesn't
look right
It has never occured
The matter Hands:
the incident occurred
,..niru K7 -in-:'?
"Toijr ij'ya ]',-'"


Friday. January 5, 1968
knisl lh,Hir

THE NATURE OF CONVERSION
by Albert I. Gordon
Of the writing of books there is
no end. To the Droliferation of
the printed tome the contributions
of the clergy are considerable.
Vanity presses tempt the men of
the cloth to submit their sermons,
rtcollections or studies Tor publica-
tion and frequently accept manu-
sci suhl unseen. Conditions of
publication include a subvention
'Yn the author or guarantee of
[minimum number of sales, to
jer all costs.
the vanitj presses contribute
]'tv e.'i' tig and less proof-it
inj. Th?j rely on the j"i!.
feet the galleys and to stimulate
del vmen feel that
ted" is an academic
(41. .'..! Thus there appear
l> noi iescript publications that
tter be forgotten. Well-
l:^^n ; : li 'hers also accept
::An-'-. nted studies, regard-
! >! -r. 'i' importance, pro id<
tbBthe manuscript po.-msm'., >m
!iBar> nnality and the I in
'l^prutlMr extends beyond his own
Ifl
li!ii Albert I Gordon meets
latter qualifications in
book THE NATURE OF CON
(5ATION (Beacon Press. S5 95>.
presents a study of torty-iive
.. I nomen who chang "I
religion, of the forty-five
|erts whose life stories are
ated thirty-six changed their
Jin i- affiliation because of
Hage with a partner of another
b A leu changed after many
of married lite and with
rn ih Idren. It should be not-
nat change of religious affilia-
>is not tantamount4p a change
laith since almost all those
Jed had no meaningful re
faith prior to the change.
author admits that "these
Ipeak only for themselves."'
eccle.-iastical converts range
|i from 16 to 65. of whom 29
>men and 16 were men.
> went from Catholicism and
I m to Judaism; nine
stanism and Judaism to
tlicism; and three to Greek
|doxj from other Christian
In view of the small sampl
hnd the great diversity in the
pone- and the subjects, one
aved to ask what valid con-
ins may be drawn.
Ith regard to conversion to
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tences which are highly pertinent.
Gordon writes. There is at pre-
sent the tendency on the part of
interested parties to shop around
in order to find an acceptable
form of conversion." (Read
"easy and with a minimum of
ritual, such as eircumci-ion for
men and mikveh for women" in-
stead nf "acceptable.") "The end
re ull i- that a far greater degree
of divisivenecs is creited within
Judaism than a minority people
can afford. Further, it po nts up
lh at need on th.- part of re-
li ous Jewish leaders to deiine,
'''" Sreater clarity, who is ., .lew T| t 3 i
andwl religion to Judaism J}ar-Le\ lUllCS
Oul Russ Clash
Continued from Page 1-A
noted that, while the Arab states
are "still licking their wounds,
they are already talking of a new-
round, apparently having not giv-
en up their ambition to destroy
Israel."
The new Chief of Staff elaborated
on this subject at his press confer-
ence. He a'.so discussed the prob-
lem of increasing Arab terrorist
activity, and said that it was "cer-
tainly a possibility" that Israel
would retaliate against such acts
by taking counter.iiea-ures "across
the borders." He disclosed that
some 700 terrorists have been cap-
tured by Israeli security forces
since the June war
New Postal Rates
Effective Jan. 7
ister E. M. Dunlap this
week reminded postal customers
that increased rates for all classes
1 : mail except parcel post and in-
terna ional mail will go into effect
on Jan. 7th.
Mr. Dunlap pointed out that the
new rate for post card- will be five
cents aid tor airmail post cards
eight cents.
The new rate of six cents per
ounce lor fir-' class mail applies
op to 13 ounces and the new rate
of 10 cents per ounce for airmail
applies up to 7 ounces. Under the
nev rate structure all first-class
mail over 13 ounces and all airmail
over 7 ciince- will be merged into
a single category.
These heavier pieces of first-
class and airmail subject to the
single rate schedule will be de-
livered by the fastest available
means of transportation.
A flat rate of 80 cents will be
charged for all .nail in this cate-
gorj up to one pound. For all mail
Weighing more than one pound,
the present air parcel post rates
will continue to apply, except that
the postage on matter weighing be-
tween one and five pound- will
change at half pound intervals
than one pound intervals
Postmaster Dunlap -aid that the
new rate structure will mean a re-
duction of postage on some parcels.
Another rate change that will
affect the general public is the In-
crease fiozn four to six cent- for
the first two ounces of individual
pieces of third-class mail. Unsealed
greeting card- may be sen- at this
rate. Postmaster Dunlap said
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Eshkol's Visit To L. S.
Continued from Pago 1-A
Rockefeller and will be a guest of
Mayor John Lindsay at a perform-
ance of the Metropolitan Opera
He will also address a meeting of
the Overseas Press Club.
The dinner honoring the Prime
Minister will be held at the Wal-
dorf Astoria Hotel and invitations
have been extended by Edward
Ginsberg, chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal; Max M. Fisher.
L'JA president; Abraham A. Fein-
berg, president of the Israel Bonds
Organization, and Samuel Roth-
berg, campaign chairman.
White House sources said it was
possible that officials of such exec-
utive agencies as the Department
cf State and Defense, might go to
the I B.I ranch during the Rshkol
visit. The visit is taking place a
month earlier than "scheduled, at
the request of the President. The
talks are expected to cover a wide
range of such matti rs as arms
sales to Israel, economic questions
LiPPOW UNVEIUMG
The dedication of a
monument to the cemory
of the late
S0NIA SARAH LIPPOW
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January 7th at
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with Rabbi Morton
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Friends and relatives
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Friday, January 5. 1968
Capital Spotlight By Milton Friedman
Anti-Semites Attack 'Jewish Control' Of Shrines
Washington
THE RECENT Christmas season
' lias revealed the development
Of a new anti-Semitic line, emo-
tionally charged with complaints
against "Jewish control of .Jem
solera and Bethlehem"'
Yuletide mail received by Con-
gressmen brought messages of
peace on earth, and goodwill toward men. But some
of the communications bemoaned the continued
Israeli occupation of Arab territory, the plight of
the Arab refugees, and the allegedly sinister roles
of such personages as Ambassador Arthur J. Gold-
berg and the Rostow brothers. Walter W Rostow
is President Johnson's personal adviser on inter-
national security affairs. Eugene Rostow also has
advised governmental bodies.
Congressmen consider most of the anti-Israel
material as crank mail. While the pleaders for the
Arabs generally avoid outright anti-Semitism, il was
noted that some attacks on Israel are addressed
to non-Jewish members of Congress but not to
Jews.
A steady increase in anti-Israel mail developed
since the Six-Day War in Juno. The first theme was
the accidental Israeli attack on the U.S.S. Liberty.
Next came the official announcement on the per-
manent status ol Jerusalem. This brought letters
from Christian clergymen. Stock phrases were used,
indicating that the missionaries who opposed
Zionism are still active.
The letters denounce every Israeli reprisal and
quote any Israel statement that sounds provoca-
tive out of context. They uniformly ignore Arab
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
The Jewish Legion
London
IT IS FIFTY YEARS since the Jewish
' Legion was formed in England and
the United States. General Rabin, ad
dressing a London anniversary gather
ing recently described this first essay in
Jewish arms as the beginning of Jewish
military prowess, the climax of which
was the classic victory in June. 1967
The Jewish Legion was the brainchild of Vladimir Jabo
tinsky. and he told its story in his own inimitable way in
Slovo o Polku," a classic in Russian and a good report
by a superb writer even in translation. There is a
I 'l John Henry Patterson's story ami he was as good a
performer with his pen as with his sword.
The idea of the Jewish Le ion was born on the da>
Jabotinsky read about the entry ol Turkey into the
but it took three years ol diplomacy and hard work to
implement it. The Legion was ready for action toward the
end of 1917. Let it be said that not only British politicians
and stall officers opposed the Legion but also Jewish
asshnilationists, and even a number of leading Zionists
The Zionist-their opposition was the most unexpected-
argued that it would mean -Jew fighting Jew'' since there
were Jews in the armies on the other side: and also that
Jews in Turkey, Bulgaria. Germany and Austria might
suffer as a result of such action. In the end. Jahotinsk)
proved right and the tame Zionists proved wrong. Logic-
was on his side from the very beginning. But. as Max
Nordau told him at the time, logic is a Greek invention;
the Jews don't like it."
However, the Jewish tailors and cutters in Whitechapel
and on the East Side of New York had no such qualms.
They responded to Jabotinsky's call and crowded the re-
cruiting centers. A former corporal in the Legion, now a
great-grandfather and much bemedalled told me that those
rejected on medical grounds were bitterly disappointed.
To be sure, a few Zionist leaders, who did not share
Jabotinsky's views on other issues, did support the idea
of a Jewish Legion, and some even joined it.
The Jewish Region comprised three battalions of the
Royal Fusiliers, a famous English regiment. The 38th
battalion was cpmmanded by Colonel Patterson and the
39th by Colonel Margolin. The 40th battalion was com-
manded by ColOnel John Scott.
The Jewish jLegion was preceded by the Zion Mule
Corps, but thisf was not a fighting unit, and it had no
identity of its own. Nevertheless, it acquitted itself very
well in Gallipoli, and it helped to kill the legend about the
inferiority of Jews as fighting men. It sounds rather stupid
today, but this- was in 1915, 1916. and 1917. The Jews
were yet to clafrm their place among the best soldiers in
the world, and nobody was inclined to give them credit
for Joshua. Gideon and Bar-Kochbah .
The Haganah, Palmach. Etzel, The Jewish Brigade in
World War II and finally the Israel defense forces; the
victories of 1948 and 1956 those were all milestones on
the road from the Jewish Legion of 1917 to the June
victory of 1967.
The Israelis tell their children about such landmarks
as the Jewish Legion. But diaspora Jewish children know
very little about the events which shaped our fate in the
last fifty years. We really ought to make sure they do
know more about it. It will make them feel much better
as Jews living among Goyim These noted are but a
reminder .
terrorism and belligerent remarks from Arab
collaboration with Russia is overlooked in a con
lenient manner Israel, however, is blamed fOI
allegedly inflaming the region and forcing the
Arabs to break with Washington.
Writers portray themselves as "grass root
Americans who feel their Congressman has over
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Ideological Debate
Over Occupation
Jerusalem
NE OF the direct consequences
" of Israel's victory in the Six
Day War last June has been the
renewal of the ideological debate
over the nature, purpose and
meaning of the Jewish State Not
since these questions were asked
about Zionism in the first years
after the establishment of the Jewish State have
ideological issues become so central a topic of dis
cussion in this country. As a matter of fact, the
debate "about the future of Zionism"' in the early
"50s involved only politicians, local professional Zi-
onists and an element of the intellectuals. The
younger intellectuals were not able then to work up
any great interest in the subject. Today, however,
the debate rages in all circles of Israel life.
Translated into practical terms, the question is
what should be done with the "occupied areas''the
Arab territories conquered in the war" Theoretic illy
there are three possibilities: return most, if not all.
of the occupied areas in exchange lor a peace settle-
ment: annex all or most of the occupied area- to
Israel: establish a separate Palestine Arab Stale on
the West Bank of Jordan.
The future "t the Sinai Peninsula in the South
and ot the Golan Heights in Syria ia not an ideological
question. No one seriously claims any spiritual at-
tachment to the former Syrian plateau, nor do man)
seriousl) think that the barren wastes ol
Sinai should become a province of the Jewish State
The Golan Heights is solel) a security problem
there is unanimous agreement thai the Syrian
- cannol be allowed to return to the positions
there itvmi which, lor l;* year--, thej have shelled
ents n the valley below and sniped
ij a! farmers in Ihe fields
\- for the Sinai, Israel holds it today for two
a- ns as a card in future negotiations I
- compliance with international law an I with
i N Security! ouncil dec sions affirming the
ships to use tin Sue/ Canal, and si
to make sure that the expanses ol the peninsi
not again become forward bases and staging areas
for another attempt at annihilating Israel ..
population
Ideologically, the issue is what kind ol a nation
should Israel become'.' Should it remain a Jewish
State, as it was before June, with the Jews constru-
ing some 90 percent of its population? or should the
West Bank be annexed and Israel become a bi
national state of Hebrew-speaking Jews and Arabic
speaking Moslems and Christians? In this case there
would always be the possibility that, given the high
Arab birthrate, the Jews would become a minority
in the country within a few decades.
What can eventuate from each of the three alter
natives, and what should be the objective to be
sought is the core of the ideological debate that
involves every Israeli today.
Highlights In Sports
looked the facts When a Senator speaks out. for
instance, for sale of U.S arms to Israel, he may
,-\pect more negative than friendly responses. A
legislator's supporters tend to take him for grant-
c appeals for the Arabs
Anti-Semites exploit the material of the so-called
American (.'ouncil for Judaism "Reprints of anti
Israel material published by the Council are often
enclosed in letters to Congress. Most Congressmen
place no credence in the Council material. Its pre
sence affixed to a letter tends to discredit the
writer.
The bigots are mindful that 1968 is an election
year. Their more or less tactful correspondence
conveys the message that a politician's pro Israel
stand might cost him votes.
Interviews with a number of Congressmen elicited
a similar response on one point The) said that a
pro-Israel statement or action often drew more de-
nunciations than plaudits The friends of Israel
seldom send notes of approval and support, it
would appear.
One Congressman said he backed Israel because of
his own conviction that this was consistent with the
American objectives of peace and justice. "But." he
added, "this is an election year and it ls good to
have a little reassurance. My mailbox was jammed
when things looked bad for Israel. But a s1M)tcheck
of current mail would quickly show that there is
considerable opinion against Israel. It may not be
representative But it is what I get "
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Gandhi's Grandson
INDIA HAS BEEN a disappointment to
democrats with a small d.
You would think that India, horn
after a conflict with imperialism, would
be friendly with Israel, a nation bori
alter a ((inflict with imperialism
But no. Gandhi, the savior of [ndi
and his successors have been implacab'.
anti-Israel This despite the fact th.r
the Indian government has the same philosophical on"
look as the Mapai party which governs Israel
All this makes most welcome a letter which is pub
ed in the current issue of the magazine, The Zionist
edited bj the creative rabbi. Dr Charles Shulman.
In that periodical, the official publication ol
Zionist i' >n ol America, we real a letter writtet
by Gandhi's randsor A studi il at MIT., young Gand
ise full name is Ka hat i iai dhll writes
find thai mj sympal an and hav been with 1-: i
' it the Indian ambass:
'hi' I \ .ci> c iude n with the
nation "
The junior Gandl i encoui ews whet
he report- that in India man) intellectuals are "highly
critical ol the Indian government's unjustly hostile atti
tude inwards Israel I am convinced that their voices
will be heard and followed within a few years I am
optimistic that India and Israel will emerge as friends
within a coins,. ,>i a few years
Mr Gandhi's Utter was originally addressed to the
Jewish Community ot Metropolitan Boston, and it is heart
warming to read of his wish i,, express my admiration
for the fine people of Jewish origin and the small and
great country of Israel which has so much to offer to the
rest of the world and the contemporary civilization."
We would like to express our relief that the grandson
of that 'small and great" spiritual nobleman. Mahatma
Gandhi, has spoken out with so much sympathy and
"farshtand" for the noble objectives of that little America
in the Middle East, the State of Israel.
JESSE SILVER
Spitz Named 1967 World Swimmer
|u|ARK SPITZ has been named World Swimmer of
UTt 1967 by Swimming World Magazine, and was
one of 14 athletes nominated in New Orleans for
the James A. Sullivan Award. The honor g s
annually to the amateur athlete who made the
greatest contribution to sports.The winner will be
announced in February.
Bob Stein's selection to the Look All-America
football team was only the beginning. The bi" Min-
nesota defensive end was given first team All
America honors by the Newspaper Enterprise \,
sociation and the Walter (amp Football Founda
tion squad which was selected by the National
Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Stein was also chosen second team Ail-American
by AP. UPI and the American Football Coaches
Association, and was a consensus All-Big Ten pick
Harvard's offensive guard Al Bersin also scored
well with end-of-season football honors. A second
stnnger on the B team as a sophomore Bersin
closed his collegiate career by being named to All
East and All Ivy teams, and was one of 13 college
seniors named by the National Football Founda-
tion and Hall of Fame as a scholar-athlete for 1967
The 13 received $500 grants for further stud\
and engraved silver bowls at the 10th annual Hall
Of Fame dinner in New York's Waldorf-Astoria
Bersin hopes to pursue a career in law and politics
other all star football honors went to Bruce
welnstein. Al daman. Steve Tannen and Mike
matt Weinstein of Yale was named to the AP All
IV) squad at offensive end: Claman. UCIA. second
Ujam All-Pacific Coast at defensive tackle; Tannen.
Morida. honorable mention All-Southeastern Con
terence and Florida All-College, defensive back
and Blatt. Florida State, Florida All-College, line-
backer.
... A .sophomore. Tannen had his best game against
auanu U., his home town school, in a nationally
televised contest. Before being injured he account
G t 20 PaM intercePtions as Miami slopped the

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Jewish Quiz Box |
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the bast* for the Jew-
ish tradition which requires
on* to kaop his head covered?
From the various statements
|found in the Talmudic literature,
ft seems that keeping the head
Covered was an accepted mode of
behavior which was part of the
pattern of proper Jewish living.
fine of the sages of the Talmud
jllab Huna) is depicted as never
paving walked around without hav-
jig his head covered because he
always sensed the presence of the
ilmightv hovering over him (Kid-
lushin 31a). According to his feei-
ng, then, the head covering wag
unbolic to the individual, as well
>.- to others of the presence of
he Almighty over us.
According to another statement
in the Talmud, wearing a head
covering somehow saves one from
sin. The mother of a great sage
always made sure his head was
covered and indeed when once this
was not done, he actually did
something evil (he committed a
theft). (Shabbos 156b).
Walking around with an uncov-
ered head was a sign of the lack
of humility and the presence of
haughtiness in the individual (Kal-
lak Kabbah. 2). Wearing a head
covering was therefore a sign of
humility (L'vush Chap. 901).
While there are varying opin-
. ions as to how severe a restriction
this is and as to what the exact
nature of the restriction is, there
| seems to be no question that it
I was definitely a religious require-
I ment to keep one's head covered.
It is interesting to note, accord-
' ing to some interpretations, the
Israelites were pictured as leaving
Egypt with uncovered heads as a
sign that they were no longer sub-
ject to the existing authority gum Onkelos, Exodus). Covering
the head would thus imply that the
individual was one who respected
authority.
, A proof that is often cited to
show that the rabbis considered
covering the head as a matter of
! virtuous behavior was the fact that
. a special benediction was institut-
. ed when putting on one's head
, covering in the morning (Oter Yis-
rael tVSitanh). This blessing is re-
cited daily to this very day.
Generally speaking, when the
rabbis wanted to emphasize some
special mode of behavior, they in-
stituted a special blessing for it
(just as they did for lighting the
candles on Friday evening.)
A most interesting explanation
for covering the head is given by
the late Chief Rabbi Kook. of bles-
sed memory. He claimed (in his
book "Mitzvat Raiyah") that any
organ whose use can be embar-
rassing or shameful should be cov-
ered. The head, being the seat of
one's intelligence, can be used for
good or can be used for evil. Since
its use in the latter case would
prove to be shameful and embar
rassing, the head is covered to
indicate that one should strive to
control its function so that ones
mind is always clean and properly
oriented.
One might go as far as to say
that, since most authorities find
the head covering to be a sign of
the "fear of God," its use might
even be demonstrative of the gen-
eral principle which is mentioned
in the Torah asking us to fear the
Almighty (Leviticus 19:14,32; 25:
17, 36, 43). While a number of
commandments arc clearly formu-
lated and designated as being a
manner of "fearing the Almighty,"
others are not explicitly mentioned
in the Scripture. Still, they are im-
plicit enough, from the general re-
quirement which the Torah put-
on tearing God.
Wearing a head covering ma-
therefore well be classified as on -
of the requirements of observin.
the Biblical command to fear (o
respect) God. Many such action -
were only referred to in the Tora
in general reference, and the rar
bis later spelled out what was ir
ferred by them and actually i
what way they were carried out
even in Biblical times.
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Friday January 5_
1*;
81.991,200 Goal Set For CJA Campaign
Continued from Page 1-A
to attend the Hebrew Hish School
will be able.
"'The adoption program of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service has slowed downnot for
lack of infants, but for lack of a
staff to interview prospective par-
ents. With the added money an-
other person could be added to the
staff and the processing of infants
will be speeded up and more pros-
pective parents will be serviced."
Norton S. Pallot, campaign
chairman for the 168 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, said, "I'm sure that if the
workers and contributors in this
1968 campahn fully realize the
emergency that exists here in
Miami and in Israel, this goal of
$1,991,200 is not impossible to
reach. In fact, I'm confident that
with the proper community sup-
port, the goal will be surpassed "
Commenting on the Israel
Emeryei'.cv Fund. Mr. Kaplan
said. "The needs of Israel are
ereater nou than ever before Is-
n -' her I .' \
e purpos
States ai

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Si, thi <" ,yal boo imaugrai Is ca
Israel an I ai i thi i !
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,he ueedi oi Ihe > '1'
jobless E Ihe > uth 'f
l-:i i- also quite important, and
the funds raise I fr im the Isra I
".......ii \ fhi | v i sed for
.:; ISeS
lh c .m '< vish Appeal
v ::: rUnce." Mr Kap
ud< :. and thi Miami
mity, as fai as the Israel
Fund is ci rned,
must '''' supPrt "
showi '
gene j
AN ALL-DAY inference for lh
Council ni Jewish < ongregational
I i,i I achers of South Flo-
slated for .Km 24 at Temple
Enanu-El
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.lae'e Calchuian. di
president ,.ili I iUb Oi the Y.M i ., ; i
U ami, will In
with other officers at thi
nivenar) luncheon on s .i
Jan. 21. at the "V
Among nfficers to W seated a-*
H .ii Faber, Israel Rut
Belle Hiiter. vice presidents yn
Helen Nev.nian, secreta
ham Benin. treaMirtr
'rman. financial
Max Droid, Mrs. Joseph I fchar-
Max Wishncr. Edward j\
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"Jewish Floridian
Minrni, Florida. Friday January 5, 1968
Sector. 5
II
A 15 percent increase in gifts over last year's total was re-
ported at th-i' annual pre-tax season dinner of the Accoun-
tants Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emei-
gency Fund lolnl campaign. Among those who attended
the event were (from left): Abraham "Krutman, Jerry Sokoiow.
Mrs. Rose Kublin, Milton Kubhn and Charles Hertzoff.
Zukernick President Of
City College Alumni Unit
Mizrach Is Chairman
Of Mercantile Unit
Harry Mizrach of Miami Beach
has accepted the chairmanship of
the Mercantile Division's Apparel
Group for the 1968 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign. Mercantile Divi-
sion cochairmen Herman Hammer
and Louis I. Davis announced.
Mr. Mizrach also served as the
Group's chairman during the 1967
and 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
Harrj Zukernick. a Miami Beach
attorney, active in Jewish com-
munal and civic affairs, has been
elected president of the South
Florida Chapter of the City College
Vlumni Association. He succeeds
Lawrence M. Gould.
Mr Zukernick is a past president
lot the Miami Beat1** Bar Associa-
tion, and has been a member of
Ithe Board of Governors of The
HARRY lUKtRNICK
Florida Bar since 1959.
He also served as president of
the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
I,odge, Civic League of Miami
Beach, and was the founder presi-
dent of the YM-YWHA of Miami
Beach. He also served as chairman
of District Welfare Board No 9.
and is a member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the execu-
tive committee of the Florida Re-
gion of the Anti Defamation
League.
Other officers elected were:
Jerry Sussman, vice president;
Sheldon Rosenberg, recording
secretary; Charlotte Vogel, cor-
responding secretary and Mor-
timer M. Kassel, treasurer.
Directors elected were David
Duckor. Aaron Goldman. Bernard
Langberg, Albert I.oewinthan. Ar-
thur Lowell. Jack Nude!. Lawrence
Plotkin. Nathan Sedlik. Lester
Sherr, Max Sokioff, Richard Wald
man, Selwyn Weintraub and Sig-
mund Zmner.
Arnold Fein and Lawrence M.
Gould were named past presidents.
The new officers will be install
ed .ii a dinner dance which will
be held at the Carillon Hotel Sun-
day evening, Jan. 28. at which the
principal speaker will he Judge
John M. Murtagh Of New York.
president of the Alumni Associa-
tion ot City College
Mrt. Richard Abel
Memoirs Of 16th Century Inquisition
Victim Translated By Seymour Liebman
The University of Miami Press
has announced the publication for
the lirst time in English of the
only known writings bj > Jew in
Mexico during the Spanish colonial
period of 1521 to 1821
The work. "The Enlightened:
The Writings ol Luis de Carvajjl.
el MOZO," "as translated from the
Spanish by Seymour Liehman. lec-
turer at the Universit) of Miami
and a leading expert on the history
of Jewish life in Latin America.
With a preface by the noted his
torian Allan Nevins. the book in-
cludes an introduction and notes
on the life ol Luis de Carva.ial. el
MOZO, one ol the "cr> pto Jews"
who came to Mexico in fligh' from
persecution in Spain, only to suffer
binning at the stake in the Inquisi-
tion in the New World.
The hook contains Luis' letters
and memoirs including prayers
and hymns in praise of God. bibli-
cal interpretations and passionate
avowals of belief that God would
redeem the innocents in the world
to come.
Mr. Liebman. who is also a con-
sultant on Latin American and
Cultural Anthropology for the
Dade County School Board, recent-
ly received a grant from the
American Philosophical Society
for research on 17th and 18th cen-
tury Jewish communities of the
Caribbean area and of England,
Holland. Portugal and Italy.
He is the author of "Guide to
Jewish References in the Mexican
Colonial Era."
if iMOUR UtBHAN
Religion, Morality, Vietnam
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
leader of Skylake Congregation,
and vice president, Suuth Florida
Council. American Jewish Con-
less, was to speak to the newly
formed Mar Len Chapter, Ameri-
can.Jewish Congress, at a meeting
Thursday. 1 p.m. in the Mar-Lcn
Auditorium His topic will be "Re
ligion. Morality and Vietnam."
Mrs. Joshua Susoff is chapter presi-
dent.
campaigns He is a member of the
Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, a mem-
ber of the Board of the YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami and has
been associated with B'nai B'rith
for the past 30 years.
Upon accepting this post, Mr.
Mizrach announced three cochair-
men for tne Apparel Group. They
are Mrs. Richard Abel. Mike Feld-
stein and Bernard Yaffe.
Hammer and Davis in a joint
statement said. "We are pleased
to have the renewed support of this
team which was highly successful
during the 1967 campaign. The
Apparel Group is one of the largest
money-raising arms of the Mer-
cantile Division and We expect that
with this leadership, it will con-
tinue to be effective in 1968."
NAMt MIZRACH
Massachusetts Club Meets
A regular meeting of the
Massachusetts Club of Greater
Miami Will be held on Thursday,
Jan. 11. at 8 p.m.. in the Bel Aire
Hotel. The newly elected officer*
and committees will present >
schedule of events for the comin;
year. Harry Boyer is president
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Miami Beach ZionisJ District Opens
New Luncheon Club Program Series
Th. Miami Beach District of the
Zion.st organization of America
Will again sponsor its Weekly Zi-
onist Luncheon Club which is now
in its 22nd year.
The Luncheon Club is open to the
public and meets from January un-
til the middle of Mav at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel.
Cantor Saul Breeh of Temple
Beth Raphael will serve his third
term as chairman of the Zionist
Luncheon Club, according to Abra-
ham A. Grunhut. president of the
Miami Beach Z.O.A.. the host dis-
trict.
Eaih Wednesday at 12:15 p.m..
the members of the S.mih Florida
Districts of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, as well as their
inends and the general public will
meet for a ko.-her luncheon which
features an outstanding speaker.
news reports, local organisation
announcements a.-.d ommunitv
singing
Jacob C. !' sfaman, who served
^nor '" Can..... r.-.vr is
>t the Lunches Club for 5 vCars.
will again serve as honorary "chair-
man of the Luncheon ...'> during
the coming .'.-ar Mortimer Mav.
;' nast national president of the
Z.O.A. and Dr Morton .1 R.,bhins
an honorary national rice presi-
dent, will continue u nation co
o ruinators.
Dr Abraham Wolfson nil] i gain
review the current
Voters, Inc.. Cite
Beach Policeman
Miami Beach Mayor .'ay Dcrmer
will be the principal speaker at an
open meeting Tuesday evening
When Voters. Inc.. a non-partisan
noting group, convenes
President of the group, Ham-
Levy, will conduct the meeting
and the program will include pres-
entation of a plaque to Officer Jo-
seph Salamon of the Miami Beach
Police Department, for '-dedica-
t'on to the community above the
call ol duty.-'
CANTOR SC.UI BRUH
Biblical Woodcuts
At Beach Gallery.
Artist Is Honored
Dr Alfre Goldsti
irt si from Buenos Aires \
ma. will i>e feted b) I
Sholoni I st .,; of the Arts at a
eccption in his h n
evening a: the h n< .' ar I
Mrs. Harve> E. Kramer !.c-4 I
VV< Palm bland A:., til ,
Consul Marcus Alberl M iri
is wife will be among guests
at the reception.
Cr. Goldstein's exhib ti
woodcuts on biblical themes will
open in the Lowe-Levinson Art
Gallery at Beth Sholoni or. Sundaj
and will be on view for three
we i k s Mrs, David Drucker is
chairman of the Art Co
Dr. Goldstein is a member
Buenos A res Club of Engn
and has particip iti
lective expositions ing Cir
cle O of Sar/a Fe; Argentin
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Belli David Lists
Schedule For Its
Adult Institute
Belli l'.o-(i IPDWr&ti ttlJ1
begin the eeonrl sem< -t. ol its
Institute for Adult Studies on Tues
daj Rabbi Sol Landau will son
duct a lecture-discussion from 9 00
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1968
fJenisfj ncridOar
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With ISABEL
City News
196" WM I >d year for many
jr.L people in the area wlio
Ughl credit to themselves and
community Crown of laurels
m*"bers of the Miami Beach
lior High Speech and Debate
in" who gathered honors at the
^ntri.! Catholic Forensic League
Stival in Pittsburgh just he-
re tie holiday vacation. Com-
Ring with 300 participants from
States, the group was led by
thy Barmack, who took a first
drrmatic interpretation with
( ting of "The Bad Seed."
IT win led the squad to third
ice '.r\ speech and overall sweep
lk) Mark Schickman placed
cor in boys' extemp speaking
I Linda Rosenfeld made the
ii lal round in the girls' di-
|ion. Jani* Taitlar is another
to '"ade the final round, her
d being dramatic interp. Oth-
st. ents who attended the fes-
II .-.clnded Wayne Prichason,
iynt Cyp*n, Steve Schiffres,
kris Gallen and Frank Taman.
\. ers in the annual essay
nte-- sponsored by the City of
Ian Beaut::'ication Committee
- ted at a luncheon in De-
it-. Subject of the contest
GROVE
Editor
Ribicoff To Speak
At Temple Judea
Sunday Evening
j Sen Abraham Ribicoff. just re-
'' 4 turned from a study mission to
Israel and Vietnam, will speak on
Reqina Balin. In charge of ar- the "Crisis in Our Cities" Sunday
rangements are Enwnutl Kushel- night at Temple Judea. 5500 Gra-
witi, president. Mrs. Max Roth- nada Blvd.. Coral Cables His 8 p.m.
being. Sisterhood president, Mr. address will be the second event
IsaM Grove
Id 1 20 senor high schools
low to Make Miami Beau-
1 Stephen Goodstein cap-
e, first prize, a S150 U.S. Sav-
;s Emd. with a S50 bond going
Sharon Hanley for second.
;h attend Miami Palmetto
I Madeline Reichman took
ace. 3 $15 bond, and Rich-
Merwin h )it honorable men-
. i i radio Both are stu-
it- al Uiami Norland High.
and Mrs. Reuben Yusko, Joe
Picus and Sam Esterman.
As a preview of the greater
honors to be extended to them
at the Hebrew Academy 20th an-
nual scholarship dinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Rosen will be the
guests of honor at a champagne
brunch at the Deauville Hotel on
Sunday at 11:30 a.m. The recep-
tion will be hosted by Loo and
Rose Poller. Mr. Poller is the
chairman of the Academy dinner.
*
Len and Roi Zilbert of Miami
Beach celebrate their 26th wed
ding anniversary Jan. 4. They're
being taken to dinner at the
Sheraton-Four Ambassadors by
son in law Murray Rubin and
wife Dianne.
The Leon Logins of Miami
Beach celebrated their 47th wed-
ding anniversary Tuesday with
dinner at Playhouse East, then
caught "Sweet Charity" with
Gretchen Wyler.
The Jerome Kimballs of the
Terrace Towers were surprised
with an anniversary dinner given
for them on their 40th anniver-
sary in the Mona Lisa Room of
the Fden Roc Hotel Family and
friends attended with music,
dancing and toasts the order of
the evening.
The Miami Beach Art Club is
presenting its 11th annual exhi-
bition of painting and sculpture
at the Harbour House Gallery ini-
tiating the show with a reception
Saturday evening. Artists whose
works are on display include
Betti Bernay, Alton J. Chapman,
Samuel Goldberg, Shirley Green,
Louis Jacoby, Max Jencks, Ber-
tha E. King, Ida R. Lear, Rose
Levin, May Masser, Artie Mc-
Kenxie, Josh Lieberman, Malena
Nichols Harry Rossman, Sally
Lee Sapiro, Abe Plutier, Leonard
Sternberg, Francis Starr, Henri-
etta Tendler, Mortimer E. Wien
and Samuel Waxier.
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veep
Max
of the Temple Judea 1967-68 cul-
tural series.
Sen. Ribicoff also will touch on
the current Middle East crisis dur-
ing his talk. He has been in Great-
er Miami for the past several days,
as the Miami crime situation at-
tracted national attention.
State Rep. Marshall S. Harris
will serve as program moderator.
A leading Democratic member
of the Florida legislature. Rep.
Harris is a member of Temple
Judea. Announcement of his ac-
ceptance was made by Joseph Kre-
fetz, president of the synagogue.
Rep. Harris will introduce Sen.
Ribicoff. and moderate a question-
and-answer period following the
discussion of "Crisis in Our Cities"
and the Middle East situation by
the former Connecticut governor.
Sen. Ribicoff, who was a mem-
i ber of the late President John F.
' Kennedy's Cabinet, returned this
week from an extensive study mis-
sion to Israel and Vietnam. His
appearance here will mark his
first public comment on the con-
tinuing Middle East crisis since his
visit there this month.
MARSHALL HARRIS
First-Hand Report
On Israeli War
"Survey In Israel," a report by
Joseph Fogel, clinical psycholo-
gist, will be presented at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami at 8:15
p.m. Wednesday.
The talk will be accompanied by
film slides taken during Mr. Fo-
gel's stay in Israel with his family.
The program is being presented
by the "Y" Women and the Cul-
tural Arts Committee of the YM-
YWHA.
The chairman of the arts com-
mittee is Mrs. Ray Berrin. and
president of the "Y" Women is
Mrs. Paul Rheingold
Dr. A^us, Editor.
In Two Talks At
Temple Israel
The .second annual Harry Simor-
hoff Memorial Lecture was to
given by Dr. Jacob Agus of Ba!t.-
more at Temple Israel on Thur-
day at 8:30 p.m. His topic will be
"American Jews or Jewish Amer-
icans?"
Consulting editor on Judaism
and Jew i-h history for the Enc>
clopedia Britannica. Dr. Agus will
also be Sundays Greenfield Adult
Institute lecturer at 10 a.m. in the
Sanctuary, where he will speak t>n
"Jewish History Message and
Momentum."
Among books now used as basic
texts written by Dr. Agus a:":
"Modern Philosophies of Judaism."
"Guideposts in Modern Judaism."
two volumes of "The Meaning of
Jewish History." and "The Evolu-
tion of Jewish Thought."
Thanks to our many friends
who responded so
graciously during our
bereavement, occasioned
by the death of my father,
DAVID DUNSKY.
Thank you .
HAROLD DUNSKY
AND FAMILY

NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!
bravo! bravo! bravlsslmo! Italian-stylel
71
nd Mrs. Irving Sacks will
ered i linner Sunday eve-
members of Congregation
.-' Ernes M a 50th wedding
lim-'san celebration and a
\ age '"> tO Mr Sack-..
- Iea\ ^ : ir a trip to Israel.
& -of the ion
i n, Mr. S icks ;- a past
it treasurer for
Be < .... now ., tru tee,
King Sperln-'j past president of
i : \. II .,( t as toa~t-
BtS'aeing. Rep Murray Dubbin
Je in Poli-
and v .11 !' < nti r
I by Rfv. Paul Deutsch
William Skyler,
v. ar : ..in, and Mrs
Hadassah members who didn't
arrive in town until New Year's
missed a delightful Chanukah af-
fair sponsored by the Hadassah
Center for winter Residents held
Dec. 27 at Temple Beth Sholom.
out of-towners who participated
in the afternoon program includ-
ed Mrs. Samuel Gladstone of
Pittsburgh, I' I : Mrs. Samuel
Brenner, ;i Ii ho now' makes
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Mrs. Louis Suchoff ol New York
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A WORLD TRAVELER
Marco Polo was a famous world traveler of
bit age Miamians and Miami Beachites traveled
too. but not as far as lie when they traveled out
to the premier cocktail party of the hotel with
Ilis name, the Marco Polo, at 192nd St on the
otvan. Marco Polo would have gasped at the array
ol food, drinks and mini skirls. No one gasped
at all They took it as a matter of course that
anything that Daniel and Bennett Lifter should
host would be perfect in every detail. Ilelene
and Anita stood beside their husbands as tiny
greeted the guests
Wandering about, taking a good look at the
lovely public rooms and pool area were Mr. and
M.s. Harold Taiinen. Mr and Mrs Sheldon Miller.
Mi. and Mrs. Max Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Rosen. Mr and Mrs. Burt Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I-angberg Rep Claude
Pepper came in at the same time as Councilman
and Mrs. Joe Malek. Joe was asked if he had a
picture of the baby. He was ready for the ques-
tion. He pulled out a big colored one that he
keeps easily accessible. The baby's name is Adam
and he is adorable Sylvia and Philip Friedman
were there with someone girls dream about, son
Mirk Friedman. Airman Second Class, in his
divss uniform lies stationed out at the Horn,
stead Air Base
Mr and Mrs 1. Newton Weiflkle are expect
in, daughter Romell to come home to Miami
BcacJl for the res) Of her college vacation. First
She goes to New York to freeze ami then home
to warm up. Harry and Marilyn Smith were talk
in, to Manny and Hilda Zaiac and Mrs. |.ihb>
Block who came from Atlanta to be with her
daughter. Anita Lifter, at the opening of the
hotel. Also seen were Adele and Richard Rubin
and their four children. Mr. and Mis Irving
Eisen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kossove Over in the
corner were Sylvia and Buddy Kramer, with
Helen and Sy Somerstein and Marian and Dick
Tubey. Outside waiting lor their cars were Jean
and Morris l.ansburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Goodman. Hope Sands. Mrs. Adele Mann and
the two Bcrkowitz girls
IT CAME
The minute that Joe and Sadie Rosenblum's
holiday greeting card comes, their friends can't
wait to get the picture framed and hung. Then
they eagerly await next years card. Artist Sadie's
card this year was a stark black and while print
of a man and woman. The title of course, is
.Man and Woman." The Rosenblums have sold
their house in Woodstock, N. Y. Thev are now
lOD percent Floridians. At present Sadie is hav
ing a print exhibition in Ft. Lauderdale at the
Gallery. We welcome you Joe and Sadie and your
wonderful talent, to our communitv.
WHAT'S BLACK AND WHITE AND
RED ALL OVER?
No. its not a newspaper, but the Empire
Room at the Eden Roc Hotel all done in red and
white for the swinginest party yet The buffet
cocktail party was in honor of a half cenlurs ol
yens for Jack Young His wife Meryl dreamed
up a wonderful idea lor a birthday cake. All ol
the musical instruments used in a band covered
the top of the cake. (Jake is a theatrical agent.i
There was even a trumpet on the cake which
Jack plays so well But this trumpet he didn't
ply. he ate. Belle Barth entertained as only-
she can and Ste\e Gibson of the Red Caps came
in to play for the late bunch. Among the guests
were Mr. and Mrs Harry Singer. Mr. and Mrs
M. ins Lansburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gidncv
Mi. and Mrs. I. W. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Ikcht. Mr and Mrs Jules Mufson. Dr. and Mrs
Leo Kuppcr. Mr and Mrs. Louis Gidnev. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum
Mi and Mrs. Seymour Rubin. Mr. and Mrs
Morns Green. Bill Ruben from Hollywood and
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Michnoff
WHAT DO YOU KNOW, I'M AN UNCLE!
Stanley Kaplan came home from school at
Gainesville for the holiday vacation. He tucked
himself into his bed and went to sleep In the
morning the phone rang and rang. He waited and
waited but the house was deserted. So he crept
out of bed and answered the phone. The party
at the other end (it was Ii said, -Oh Stanlev- con-
gratulations." "What for" he gasped "You're
an uncle. Your sister Rita .Mrs. Edwin Ginsburgi
had the cutest baby last night at 1:30" Righ,
and fitting that the Floridian should break the
news. Grandparents Leon and Dotty Kaplan
were at the hospital The baby is a girl, Susan
ill. and she weighed in at eight pounds. The
Junior Ginsburgs just moved into a lovelv new
home so that then- will be lots of room for the
sisters The older sisters name is Lynn The
Giiisbur' "f ura"d,>arenls are Rulh and Ben Zion
BRUNCH AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
It was a double celebration for Sam and 4de
hneLevenson when they entertained over two
hundred of their friends at brunch at Westview
Three days before Adeline had had a family
a hue ZnlT l^mX b'r,hda-V' COmplete wi'h
a huge birthday cake. Then as they greeted their
guesK at theelub they informed then, that t
was their tenth wedding anniversary. A feeling
of warmth and happiness filled the r...... *
strolling guitaresl provided "eating music' rhe
afternoon was spent in playing cards Among
the guests were Mr and Mrs Joseph Weintraub,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher, the Ben and Sam
Siegels, Mr and Mrs Julius Rosenberg. Mr and
Mis Sidney Weintraub. Mr and Mrs Sam Gerl
ler, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Abess, Mrs Jack Zablin
Mi and Mrs. Max Orovitt, Mrs Gertrude Wolf-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Weinkle, Mr and Mrs
Jake Sher. Mrs. Zema Meyers Maurice Gusman
and Mr. and Mrs Martin Fine
HOW TO BREAK A TOE
Fay (Mrs. Jack) Alhm is a "picker upper
So before going to bed she put her shoes neatlj
in the big walk-in closet, side b> side Then she
tripped over the stationary hike right behind her
and broke lii'i" to. It was at a 45 degree angle
People who live on the second floor of apart
nients and drop their shms one at a time in the
middle of the night never break their toes The)
are not picker-uppers
THE THURSDAY MAH JONG GIRLS
There are sj\ Thursda) Mali Jongers who have
been playing together for years The) are Clarice
iMrs Sam) Elinoff. Eleanor \li- Sidneyi Rich-
man, Frances (Mrs Mark' Kaplan. Ruth Mr>
David) Rifas, Sarah (Mrs David< Parnes and Rose
Sobel. Everyone bul Rose was able t.. lake a
trip on the monc) that the) have been saving
on Thursdays The) Hew to Montego Bay. then
drove to Ocho lims where the) did all the re-
quired seeing .shopping and sunning ["here were
at least three null jong sessions a da) The)
were the center .it attention since that was tin-
first nine that a inah jong sel had entered the
hotel portals The) returned to their .
husbands alread) wondering how long it will
take to save enough so that the* can i
COME MEET MARCIA
That's what the invital that's what
Spokie (Mrs Nat Williams meant when she in
vited her friends to lunch at their new apartment
on N Bayshore Drive The Williami.cs are in the
process oi building a new house so this inter
mission is temporary tEveryoi i ild live in
such a temporar) apartment!i Marcia is Marcia
Tanner, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs I Leib
witz. who is going to main Herbert Williams at
noon on Dec 31 The two grandmothers, Mrs
Adolph Rachline and Mrs. Sam Dr.-,
toasts. Among guests .ere Mrs Stephen Kneaplcr
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs Sol Rachline. Mr-
Morns Lerner, Mrs Jack Albert. Mrs. Irving
Hindi, Mrs. Newton Levinson. Mrs Leonard Eg
gert, Mrs. Phillip Warshaw Mrs Raymond Fein
er and Mrs. Michael Mersel
HUSBANDS CAN'T KNOW EVERYTHING
Santord (Buddy) Kramer knows a lot of
things: He remembered that it was their 20th
wedding anniversary and he wanted to surprise
wife Sylvia by having a dinner partv, but he
lorgot to ask some ol the ones that r.alK
Should have been there The surprise plans were
Carolyn and Donald Barmack to take the
to.
Kramers ,,, for dinner_to King Arthur's Cour
where the) were to meet Joni and Stanto Tatc
Some eon.inot.on wen. on dur.n, ,.. un
Sylvia was deed,,,, whether or not she wanted
logo-out-due to late partying the night b
When the four finally arrived at the Drivat*
'-<">' oi the restaurant, the guests w ,,'
=5 SSa
friends included Sherman and MlckS "I,
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fr.dny, Jnnunry S, 1968
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Collins To Speak At
N.C.J.W. Celebration
I.eKoy Collins, former governor
Florida, will be principal speak
at the anniversary celebration
jnsored by the Greater Miami
eetion. National Council of Jew-
Women, to be hc-ld Wednesday
|t the Algiers Hotel.
The noon luncheon will mark
he national organization's 75th an-
niversary, and the 50th for the
Deal group which is comprised of
even divisions. Mrs. Edward Op
ftnheim is section president.
The day will be marked with
e.-timonials and honors to section
^a.-t president*, charter life mem
era long -time members, and pres
nation of the Hannah G. Solomon
jward. named for the founder of
Duncil.
During his tenure of office, Mr.
kotlins served as chairman of the
lational Governor's Conference
It only
happens once
in a lifetime
...so why spend
sleepless nights
over vour little
girls wdding?
and the Southern Governor's Con-
ference and as chairman of the
Southern Regional Education i
Board.
Upon leaving the office of Gov-
. ernor, Mr. Collins became prosi
| dent of the National Association of
Broadcasters, a post which he re-
linquished when President John-
son called him to Federal service
in 1964. He was first director of
the Community Relations Service
when that office was created, and
in 1965 was sworn in as Under-
secretary of Commerce.
In 1966. Mr Collins returned to
Florida and resumed the practice
of law.
Mizrachi Groups
III Jan. Programs
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America have
planned varied programs for their
January meetings.
Aviva Chapter has scheduled a
genera] meeting on Monday. Jan.
15. 2:30 p.m.. at the Coral Gables
Federal The meeting will be con-
ducted by Mrs. Simon April, presi-
dent A luncheon honoring found-
ers day is planned tor Monday.
Ian. 22. noon, at the Beth David
congregation.
i. illiTl
...kt Mr. Bernard
get the insomnia!
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Just once in a
lifetime .. and
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lifetime of memories
for her!
I.et Mr. Bernard
lake care of every
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menus, the flowers,
the place setting,
the wedding cakes,
every little
arrangement!
For, when you select
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No matter how large
the wedding party .. .
no matter how
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Committee completes plans for the Mellah
Mother Tribute Luncheon io be held Jan. 10
at the new Statler Hilton Plaza, at which
time the Barry Sisters will be the recipients
of tho "Jennie" Artist Award. Shown (from
left) are: Mrs. Harry Bernard, publicity chair-
man; Mrs. Morns Qreenberq, program co-
ordinator; Mrs. Harold Schneider, region
president; Mrs. Jack Kramer, chairman ol
the day and social assistance vice pr
dnt; Mrs. Lou lacobson. chairman of "
executive committee; and Mis. Louis Baron
national chairman southern held committee
of Women's American ORT.
Women's American ORT Will Honor
'Mellah Mothers' At Annual Lunch
"Mellah Mother is the Heart of
Women's American ORT" will be
the theme of the Southeastern
Florida Region of Women's Amer-
ican ORT annual luncheon at noon
v ill present the awards,
Wednesday, in the new Hilton ol Mrs. Eli Kahn, cochairman;
Plata Hotel
Bernard, publicity; Mrs. Moms
Greenberg, region vice president,
Mrs. Lillian Kdegel. program co-
ordinators; Mrs Howard Horn,
awards; Mrs. San'ord Kimball
choral director: Mrs. Michael Raa'
Mrs. Jack Kramer, region vice decorations: Mrs Alan Tannei
president and chairman of the day bospitalitv. Mrs Theodorc /.all.-.
Is head in ii a committee comprised
tickets and reservations
The Southeastern Flori '.. R -
zion ol Women's American Hi '
Mrs. Morns Apner, earning power
Highlight of "be program will be improvement courses-. Mrs. Ron
presentation ol the annual "Jen-
nie'' award to the Barry Sister-.
singers, bv Mr- Jennie Gtossin-
ger, ORT sponsor m Miami
Mrs. Harold Schneider is region
president, and all proceeds will be
directed toward CRT's social BSSis
tance project
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Florence Kupperinan, imnic
diute past region president.
Mr- Louis Baron, national chair
man. Southern field committee.
aid Yarmack, stamps; Mrs. Harry comprised ol 24 chapters
Dov Chapttr has scheduled a
noon meeting on Wednesday. Jan
17th. and a board meeting on Jan
31, noon, at the home of Mrs
Irene l.e-ser. lt>43 SW 7th St. Mr-
Louis Tokayer is president
Hatikvah chapter will hold a
board mietint; an Thursday, Jan
11. 10 a.in at the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue. A general
meeting is slated for Thursday,
noon. January 2o. at Kno-eth Is-
rael Congregation. The meeting
will be conducted bj Mrs, Hyman
Kolko. president.
Miami Bch chpr, Mrs
Rachel Katz Laufer president, will
meet Tuesday at the Washington
. Federal. 12th St. and Washington
Ave.

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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Trim in her crisp white uniform, a green and white
mortar board nurse's cap perched jauntily on her red
hair, full of energy, even after a busy day or night of
nursing is Helen Shevach Just how did she get to this
spot in time0 She was the fifth of
eleven children. When her widow-
ed mother (with five youngsters)
remarried. Helen was the "little
mother" to the six children that
were born to her mother and step-
father She was called "Red Mike"
for two reasonsher flaming red
hair and her athletic prowess.
Brought up in a puritanical house-
hold, the importance of education
was stressed at all times. This was
an inspiration on which Helen
built her life. A mature youngster.
Helen accepted the responsibility
given to her. Nursing her mother
through an illness. Helen got the
ambition to become a nurse.
After she graduated from Kings County Hospital, she
went to N.Y.U., where she met Randolph Shevach when
she was a senior nursing student and he a senior medical
student At the time, they were with a group being con-
ducted on a tour of the outpatient clinic. A doctor gave
instructions to a little old lady, but she continued to look
bewildered after his explanation. As Helen watched, a young
man unobtrusively went to the patient and carefully re-
peated the instructions in Yiddish. With a sigh of relief,
the little old lady snatched his hand and kissed it. Helen
was so impressed with the understanding he had demon-
strated, she determined to meet him. They dated, and
after they graduated, they were married and came to
Miami Beach to live. Soon after they set up the office,
son Allen was born and not so far behind was daughter
Eileen. Now married to Elizabeth, Allen, who is a Lieu
tenant Commander in the U.S. Public Service Hospital in
Savannah, has a son himself, who has been named Allen
Brooks. Jr. Eileen thought to carry on the family medical
tradition, but soon found nursing was not for her. So she
settled for hospital workin the medical department.
While the children were growing up, Helen became
involved with community activities and organizational work.
She was active in American Jewish Congress, the Police
Drive. Mental Health. V.P. of P.T.A. at North Beach
school and as a Pink Lady at Mount Sinai Hospital. She
set three goals for herselfto complete her collegiate
degree, to learn to drive and to play a good game of
bridge. She has accomplished all three. Now, it is con-
sidered normal for women to go back to schooi. But when
Helen went to the University of Miami, she was one of
the first to do so. And at Miami University she earned
that adorable little mortar board nurses cap, which can
be worn only by its graduates. She was on the Deans List
and was tapped for Tau Theta Sigma and Psi Chi.
In Helens high school year book, she was described
as a girl who combined physical prowess with mental at
tainment That can still describe hershe plavs a cool
game of tennis and keeps up with all of the current affairs
She was also voted the worst pessimist in her class She did
not consider that a compliment and determined to change
her thinking and not live up to those gloomv words She
succeeded so well, she turned into an eternal optimist.
After her husband died. Helen went back to work-
first as a Public Health nurse in the Dade Countv Public
Health Department, then with the Cuban Refu'gees at
Jackson Memorial Hospital. A switch to private duty nurs-
ing enabled her to have a non-restricted program 'of her
her own. She has many outside interests, including tennis
and bridge. She is not a participant, but a spectator in the
music, opera and ballet world. Never before able even to
UTS, 3. Ph,Iode1ndron- sh* ^ acquiring a green thumb
and only this week cut three gorgeous red roses from the
bushes she tends faithfully before she goes to work
Because she headed the Roll Call Drive for the Nurse's
Association of Miami Beach she was awarded a 2year
membership. The Future Nurses Club she started in 1955
has now evolved into the Para-Medical Club of Miami
Beach High School-of which she is a sponsor. Helens face
as she talks ,s mteresting to watch-the crinkle of her
eyes betrays her superb dry wit and sense of humor
rtr^f a..ch,,dJshe *s trusted and responsible; as an
adored wife and mother, she carried her responsibilities
capably; now as a career woman, she has made a f ,1 1
outstanding life for herself, including 0^^ L"^
a doting grandmother. course, being
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4T IHt NEW HOTH
LIDO SPA
Far Information Call
305 5U-4621 Miami Beach
i I
1UM9 gell* Wine,
Jennifer Wynn
And Murk Lapine
Married Dee. 110
The Dora! Country Club was the
setting for the Dec M wedding
ceremony uniting Jennifer, daugh-
ter ol Mr and Mrs. Harold Wynn,
12201 SW 60th C1 and Mark Allen
Lapine, son of Mr and Mrs David
Lapine of Stamford, Conn
Dr Joseph Narot oificiated at
the Saturday evening nuptials, and
.1 reception at the club followed
The bride wore a town of
candlelight peau de soie with a
pearl embroidered collar, and was
attended by Marvi Wynn. maid of
honor. Mrs Seymour lapine. the
groom's sister, and Mrs. I-aurencc
lapine.
New Mrs lapine has a degree
in elementary education from Ohio
State University and is a member
of Sigma Delta Tau. She plans to
teach in Connecticut.
The bridegroom al Ohio State University and belongs
to Zeta Beta Tau. He and his bnde
will live in Stamford on their re
'urn from a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico
fSexdyweds Tour
Spain And Italy
Now on a honeymoon trip to
Spain and Italy. Marsha l.i.-bo-
Witi Tanner and Herbert RatseU
Williams exchanged vows on Sun
day. Dec 31, at Beth David Con-
gregation.
The bride is the daughter cf Mr
and Mrs Leonard I.iebowitz. 353
' 47th St Her bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs Nat Williams,
2121 ME Bay-shore Dr. The newly
weds are both graduates of Miami
Beach Senior High and will live
in the Village of Kendall
Attending the couple at the
wedding ceremony were Gibbc
Williams, who served as his bro-
ther's best man. and Mrs. Stephen
Kneapler. the grooms sister, who
served as matron of honor
mk. iOMr i. urrt
Elayne FmUhnan
Is Married In
Los Angeles. Cal.
Elayne K. Feitiiran. daughter of
Mrs Dora G. Feklrr.an of .'Til S\V
13th St.. and the late Nathan Fold-
man. was married on Dec 23 to
Robert E Latter, son of Mr and
Mrs. Mike Utter, of U> Angela*.
The ceremony was held at the
Ambassador Hotel la Los Angeles.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Latter wore a gown of white crepe
with a pearl and jewele-
and carried a tcjquet
roses
The maid of hrnor at |
mony was Mitj L:nda Latter, sis-
ter of the groom, and Miss Judr
Koenig of Miami was a ondev
maid Lisa Diamond, a cousin oi
the bride, was Bower gir.
Richard Dicker >erved
man and Stephen Ades
usher
Ttu bride attended Mia.-
High School and graduat-
Ohio State University Mr
graduated from Alexander
ton High School :n Los
>"rtice
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Senior
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MISS MMM NOUANDEt
i/i#7 Hollander
\nd Brian Krnpp
igaged To Marry
IT. and Mrs. Samuel Hollander,
Mrtrion Gordon*
Ronnld Feingold
Are Betrothed
Mrs. Ada Gordon. 2920 SW 19th
Tor. announces the engagement
of her daughter. Marion Gay. to
Mr Ronald N. Feingold. 2441 NW
13th St.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McBride. and the grandson
1 of Mrs Etta Monier. Miss Gordon
is the daughter of the late Harry
L. Gordon.
The bride to-be attended Miami
Senior HiL'h where she was a
member of Civinettes and a life
member of Hillcl Bnai Brith Girls
She graduated, cum laude. from
the University of Miami where she
was a member of Phi Theta Kappa,
scholastic honorary'. Gamma Sig-
ma, service sorority. Kappa Delta
Pi, education honorary, and Phi
Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary
She now teaches at Santa Clara
Elementary School.
NW 3rd St., announce the en-
Mr. Feingold attended Miami
Senior High where he was a memo- i
er of the Vanguards. He graduated
from Charron Williams Commerci-'
al College and Florida Technical j
| College and is now employed as a
tmenf of their daughter, Brina. grammer for ^^ Airljn
IBrian Marc Krupp, son of Mr. |
Mr.-. Nils Michael Krupp, 7505 An open house on Sunday, Jan-,
82nd St. uary 7. at the home of the future '
. bride will be held in honor of the
liss Hollander is a June gradu- ^
of Emory University, Atlanta, i
fre she was president of Alpha
Ion Phi Sorority. Last year she .
lived the Blanche Greenberger
ird at the sorority's national
ivention. She is a member of
Beta Kappa. Kappa Delta Ep-
jn. education honorary, and Phi
{ma Iota, romance language
lorary. At present, the bride-
ct is doing graduate work in
Snch at the University of Mary
College Park. Md.
Ir. Krupp is a June graduate of
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
mtgy, where he was a member
[Sigma Xi. academic honorary.
the concert band. He is also
ng graduate work at the Uni-
r-.'\ of Maryland, and plans to
his doctorate in astrophysics.
kn Aug. 25 wedding is planned.
miii MARION GORDON
Ir. and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair cele-
their Golden Anniversary
inesday evening. Dec. 27, at a
ler party for 90 guests hosted
their four children at the Bis-
ic Terrace Hotel. The couple
ae to Miami Beach in 1948 from
go. 111., and have been active
the Jewish National Fund and
Chicago Club. Mrs. Shklair has
fn honored by the JNF several
les, and is a member of the
tnrietta Szold Chapter of Hadas-
[The Shklair's children are Mrs
|bert Shkoler of Miami, Mrs. Lou
Jver of Jericho, N.Y.. Irving
Uair of Waukegan. III., and Mrs.
one Martel of Urbana, 111. They
|ve ten grandchildren.
Relatives here for the celebra-
The second review in the "Sound of Books" series of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel of Greater Miami will be held
at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9, when Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual
leader of the Temple, will review "The Manor" by Isaac
Bashevis Singer. Shown planning details of the review-
breakfast are: Mrs. Martin Spector (left), Mrs. Robert Apie!
(center), ticket chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Raffel.
Saliva Merrige In Sunday Concert
mezzo soprano; Mrs. Aida Yaslo,
concert pianist, who will play sev-
eral solo selections and also ac-
company Miss Merrige; Mme.
Nana Schakert, violinist; and Al-
exander Dellerson, baritone, who
has been heard in concert and on
radio.
All funds will go to the Leagc's
Vocational Training Center for
Blind and Handicapped Girls at
Natanya, Israel.
The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chap
ter, Women's League for Israel, ]
will present a gala concert in
mi niory of the late Edna Schor,
life member, on Sunday at 8 p.m.
in the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Artists appearing on the pro-
gram will be Miss Salwa Merrige,
Hadassah Units Plan
January Programs
The Forte Tower* Group of Ha-
dassah will have its annual "Eye
Bank" bruncheon and card party
Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the 1100
Restaurant of Forte Towers. Chair-
men of the day will be Mrs. Fanny
Pomerantz and Mrs. Jennie Jack
son Mrs. Frances M. Sass is presi-
dent of the group.
The Bay Hirbor Group will hold
its regular luncheon meeting Mon-
day at 11:30 a.m. at the Balmoral
Hotel. A cantata. "The Seven Gold-
en Buttons." will be presented by
Mrs. Lee Goldman, accompanied
at the piano by Olga Bibor Stern.
Mrs. Benjamin Stcinmullcr is pres-
ident of the group.
Yivo Forum Opens
19th Series Jan. 13
Yivo Forum, sponsored by (hi
Greater Miami Yivo Committee
Will open its 19th season Saturdyv
ni'-'ht. Jan. 13. at Temple Beir
Sholom. Dealing with Jewish lift
and culture, the series will run foi
10 weeks
First lecture on Jan. 13 will fea
ture Moshe Starkman. journals'
whose top:c will be "Graetz and
Dubhow. th" Two Foremost Jewi>l
Historians" Mr Starkman. wh
lectures in Yiddish. Hebrew ami
English, is associate editor of Thi
New Yiddish Lexicon.
Future speakers include Israel
Steinbaum. educator. Jan. 20
Shalom Ben Israel, authority ov
the Near East, a member of th
ed;torial staff of The Daily For
ward. Jan. 27; Dr. Shlomo Bikl
journalist and critic. Feb. 3; Saul
Goodman, author, Feb. 10; Dr. Sol
omon Simon, professor of Bible a>
the Jewish Seminary, Feb. 17.
Also Dr. A. Shulman, historiai
and editor. Feb. 24; Prof. Mich I
Fishman of Yeshiva University
March 2; Rachel Korn, poetess
March 9; and concluding the se
rics. a musical extravaganza wit!
I artists Maxim Brodin and Zeld;
. Zlatin.
Effects of Smoking Told
The Junior High groups of the
Central YMHA will hear Dr. Flor-
ence Nathanson of the American
Cancer Association, discuss the ef-
j fects of smoking on Sunday at 2
t p.m. The presentation will include
! slides, and will be followed by a
| question and answer period. Dr.
j Nathanson will be assisted by Mrs
i Irene Szydlo.
Yolfe Shklairs In Anniversary Fete
-music by
BILLY
BELLACK
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Book Review Scheduled
Mrs Edyth H. Geigcr. regional
' director. American Friends of the
I Hebrew University, will give a
book review on Tuesday noon, at
! the luncheon of the Rhoda M.
I.evine Chapter. Fight For Sight.
Premiere Of Play
Geared To Youth
Premiere of the new play, "So
cial Trip." will be held on Sunda;
at 2 p.m. in the Hillel House 0'
the University of Miami campus
It will be presented for teenager-
, admission will be free and n-
: freshments will be served.
The play was written for th-
new program of the Committee fo>
Dramatic Presentations on Crim<
Prevention, sponsored by the Stat'
Attorney and the Greater Miami
Crime Commission, and is bein:
directed by John Ritchey.
The short drama is being offere'1
as part of a program called "Youth
Alert" presented by the Miam>
Council of Bnai B'rith Women and
the March of Dimes The progran
will include a panel of experts or
"Birth Defects." a film, and "Sin:
Out Miami." a group of 60 teen
agers.
MR. AND M*S. JHKIAH
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berg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frankel.
Dr and Mrs. Irving Rosenfeld. Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Shkoler and Mrs. Ben
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' Levett of Montreal.
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Larry Bass
On Saturday morninp. Jan. 6.
Larry. SOIl of Mr, and .Mrs. Albert
Bass. 8530 S\V 15th Tor., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom.
Larry in an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High and
is a member of Phi Pi at the
Y. M. H. A.
A reception honoring the cele-
brant will be held Saturday night
at the Shelbome Hotel. Following
the Friday night services. Mr. and
Mrs. Bass will eohost the Oiug
Shabbat.
0
Robert Goodman
On Saturday morning. Jan. 6. in
the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid. Robert Allen, son of
Mrs. Eileen Goodman of 780 82nd
St.. will be Bar Mitzvah.
Robert is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tamid
Religious School.
He is a member of the concert
band and orchestra in school and
plays the guitar, trumpet and cello.
He also is a member of the Ner
Tamid Junior Choir.
A Kiddu.-h will follow the ser-
vices.
Robert is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs, Herman Kauan of Miami
Beach.
Edward Margolis
Edward l.oe. son oi Mr and Mrs.
Allan Margolis. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 6. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Edward attends eighth made at
North Miami Junior High.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush at his home follow-
ing the service, and at a reception
in the evening at Harbor House
South.
Attending will be Edward's great-
grandmother, Mrs. Sophie Weiss:
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Doro-
thy Margolis. and maternal grand-
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Norman Cohen
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Cohen, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 6. at
Beth Moshe Congregation.
An Oneg Shabbat Friday even
ing and a Kiddush Saturday in
Popiel Social Hall will be sponsor-
ed by Norman's parents in his
honor.
The celebrant is a student of
the Beth Moshe Religious School
and is an eighth grade student at
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
Neal Nash
Neal Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morton Nash, will become Bar
Mitzvah at the mincha service on
Jan. 6. at Temple Emanu-El
The celebrant attends eighth
;.:rade at Nautilus Junior High and
will be honored at a reception
Sunday at the Seville Hotel
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Nash, and
Mrs. Samuel I.off. Neat's maud
parents, will atleud the event
Warren Kinsler
On Saturday morning, Jan 6,
Warren, son of Mr and Mrs Harold
Kinsler, 8021 SW 36th Ter., will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom
Warren, an eighth grade studenl
at Uockway Junior High, plays
the baritone horn in the school
band. He was a Boy Scout member
of Troup 314
A luncheon-reception will be held
honoring the celebrant after the
services. Mr. and Mrs. Kinsler
will co-host the Oneg Shabbat
following the Friday night services,
Joyce Goldstein
Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Gerald Goldstein. 850 NE 171st
Ter. will observe her Bas Mitzvah
Fred Shopira Steworf Susoiteek tiword Margolis Heal Nash
at Beth Torah Congregation Fri-
day evening, Jan. 5.
The celebrant is a student of the
fifth year graduating Hebrew class
and will be a member of the con-
firmation class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the services.
Jay Anderson
Jay. son of Mrs. Miriam Ander-
son. 161 NE 171st Ter. will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation Saturday
morning. Jan. 6.
Jay is ;i student of the fifth year
graduating Hebrew class and w ill
be a member of the confirmation
class of 1069.
Mr< Anderson will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbal following the serv-
id -
Attending the Bar Mitzi , he Jay's grandparents. Mr. anil
Mrs Lew Feldman
Stewart Susaneck
Stewart, son of Mr. and Mr-
Karl Susaneck. 61 W SW 16th Ter.
will become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Beth Tov Saturday at 9 a m.
Stewart is an eighth grade stu-
denl at West Miami Junior High
Guesl Cantor Al Glantz will
chant the liturgy.
Mr and Mrs Susaneck will hn-t
the Oneg Shabbat and a Kiddu.-h
following the Sabbath services.
Out of town guests attending are
Mr and Mrs Murray Waz. Brook-
lyn, NY. Mr and Mrs. Albert
Borkin, Huntington Wood, Mich..
Mi and Mrs. Harry Friend. At-
lantic City, N.J
Fred Shapiro
Fred Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs Irvin Shapiro. 4825 SW 80th
,St.. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at Beth David Congrega-
tion. Fred will conduct the tradi-
tional services and chant the Haf-
torah.
Fred attends Ponce de l.eon
Junior High, where he is in the
eighth grade.
A reception in his honor will be
held at the Dcauville Hotel. Among
the guests attending the celebra-
tion will be Mrs Tillie Shapiro, of
Baltimore. Md.. and Mr and Mr-
Abraham Bin.mi of Miami Beach.
Fred's grandparents
Rabbi Gross ()
Technien Agen i
The Women's Division
Beach Chapter of Tacbnio
versity, will have ,i dasaeii
on Thursday, Jan. 11. at 12
at the Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Grow
pal of the Hebrew Acade.n
relate his experiences dunr ^ .,
cent trip to Israel, and Mi-
WagMr, concert singer, will pre-
sent a musical program.
Mrs. Nan Cohen is p:
chairman and Mrs. Miltu:. -
is chapter president.
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rsdtVJ evening, Jan. 18. Ar-
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., ;ice showing of the Disney
'on "Dr. Dolittle" starring
I irison. Samantha Eggars
hony Ne\\D.>.
. er party guests are invited
. inpagne reception at 7:30
"bby, and curtain time will
For Theatre Party
be 8:15 Mrs, Julius Gordon, cnair-
man. Mrs. Martin Walfish and the
temple ollice are accepting reser-
vations.
Proceeds will be used for He-
brew School projects. Mrs George
Coodman is Sisterhood presides*
A SCIENCE and technology book
exhibition was opened this week
by the Cnited States Information
Service in Israel at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
. ba (Juiie Christie) is
emotionally upset alter an en-
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scene from "Far From the
Madding Crowd" now shew-
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dan Theatre, Miami Beioh.
The picture also stars Peter
Finch Terence Stamp and
Alan Bates. All seats at
served for the psrformancps
which start al 2 and 8:30 p.m.
Pioneer W omen
Chapter Meeting
The Pioneer Women Club 1
honored Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kran-
1/ on their 50th wedding anniver-
sary at a Chanukah party Wednes-
day evening
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1968

Deaths In
Greater Miami
Ringling Bros, Barnum And Bailey
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Mr- Alma l: II ..f l*o p
l >t .lit.i Dec ::n she came hen
!Mt. from Atlantic City where she
iad bean iri tha r.-:ii estate bu
ith her late husband, Laalii
iraa owner of thi Tanenbaum Real
Batata Agenc) ol Miami Beach, wan
tile first v/oinai < t..- appoli '
h.- .Miami Beach Real Batata Exam-
ining Board and In 1957 "as appoint-
ed its chairman She iva* past presl
lent of the Miami Beach Board of
Realtor*, waa elected president ol
he siaie Womana Council of the
Florida Association -f Realtors in
iJtfio. and named woman realt
the year by the Florida Association
>f Realtora it. I960 She is survived
by her mother. Mr- Ida E J..ff.-. a
son, Donald A ; two slaters, Hilda
Savltl and Mrs Majorie Riesenberc:
a brother, Stanford Jofle; and three
granddaughter* Service* were held
Jan 1 at Blasberg Funeral Chapel
The 8th CORSCC rthre tour of the
world famous RingJii ) Bros and
Barnum and Bailey Circus will get
under way at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall on Wednesday.
Jan. 17. and will continue through
Sunday evening. Jan. 21st.
This years extravaganza boasts hoff ttho m.a,P(, ......
e of the largest and most im- p ^^ whQe senting a
essive in.-i.ps of acts ever as- horse and a (. ,wo Mtura, (.,u..
one
pre
sembled by the Ringling orsaniza
tion in almost a century of con-
stant effort to top" the previous
year's presentation.
The 1968 edition of the Greatest
Show On Earth will also feature
the biggest cast of international
circus stars and animal perform- performance by Madame [ngeborg
ers. including the world's largest Rhodin. Queen of Dressage." rid-
herd of performing elephants ever jng her Lipizzaner stallion in the
mies. performing together in the
same cage.
The 90 famous Ringling clown-
led by Lou Jacobs. Prince Paul
and Frankie Saluto have devised
new routines to tickle the funny
bone, and there will be a repeat
r i...... p\v
Rlvi rside
HELD. Mrs Fannie, 111
14 Hi Am- Holl) h.....I
Chapel
ISAACS, Irving i.. >.:. ol 1823 Alhercn
Ave, Riverside Chapel Interment
Ml Kebo
lacove, Mi-- Bertha, II, ol lS"n
NE 16th Ave Blasberg Chapel
MESTMAN. Louis, R9 ..f 1231 I.....an
l>r Blasberg Chapel.
SCHER. Aiioiph. 7s ol II..... a Trea-
sure Dr Riverside Chapel Inter-
ment Mt Nebo
SOKUVITZ. David, B2, ol 7" N'K 181st
st Riverside Chapel
wasserman. Joseph, it, ..f 193 X
shore ir Blasberg Chapel
COOPER. Mai. ;:. ol 122 DILido l>r
Newman Chapel
frank. Leonard, 47. of inn West I>r
Newman Chapel
GREENFIELD. Mrs Bertha, 77. ol
5440 Alton IM Riverside Chapel
Interment Mt. Xeho
KESSLER. Mrs l.ulu 78, of SI 51
Collins Ave Riverside Chapel
krawitz, Mrs Mildred, 59, 1501)
Hay im Riverside Chanel
LASKV. Murray .1 ol :;,:],: Tall SI .
Hollywood Riverside Chapel
PAUL. Rev. David. 7'i. ol 7.'7 14th IM
Riverside Chapel.
SUSKIN. Frank. of S3E Zamora \>.
Riverside Chapel
ZINKIN. David. 57, of 77:'l Dickens
Ave Riverside Chapel
mosberg, Irving', 76, of -.si... Hard-
ing Ave Riverside Chapel
weiss. Al (A brahami, 7". ..f 785
B Stnd St., Hlaleah. Interment Mt
Nebo.
BUCHBERCER. Samuel. :.:. .f __.,..
s\v lfith St Riverside Chapel
CAVALLO. Mrs Reglna, 28, of 4156
I'amona Ave. Riverside Chanel
oiNiN. Mrs. Fanny, 7".. of M"." At-
lantic Shores Rlvd Hallandale.
Riverside Chapel
GOODFRIEND. Mr- Bophle of
.Tames Ave Riverside Chapel
terment Mt. Nebo
HAVKINS. Mrs Olga, 74. of
Ocean I>r Riverside Chapel
LAKSMAN. Samuel. 45 of 7505 E
Treasure Dr Blasberg Chapel
LEWIS. Albert of 11::. Collins AV(
Alan m. Blank Chapel
OSER. Joseph, 82, 'd 1206 u.st .\i,
Newman Chapel.
SEKOFF, Mrs Esther, 7". ..f 886
Collins Ave Riverside Chapel
BERGER. Samuel. 7:.. ..f 17>
'Hades Dr Riverside Chapel
terment Mt. Nehi,
EHRLICK. Mrs Selma. 62 ."f 10295
Collins Ave Riverside Chanel
israel. Irvine s. 72, "f 1557 Meri-
dian Ave. Riverside Chapel
PHELAN. Miss Adelaide C.
1849
lii-
1890
s
lll-
lon SW 73rd
RABEN. Harry
St Riverside
SCHATZMAN.
1 icean Dr .
'hanel
SHEINOFF.
'' llins Am
FRIEDMAN.
SW Jrd si
KOSTINER.
till Ave I
NEWFIELD. Altr. .1
Penna) l\ nnla Ave
OPPENHEIMER Mr.
15, ol
Ct, Riverside Chanel
70. ol 11"" NE M 'l.
I linpi!
Bernard, <>f 3505 S
Hollyw.....I Rlvi
::i"
Mrs i'., |la H2, ..f
Riverside Chapel
Mt- I--;... -.'. nl l
Rl \ et Idi CI ipel
Isadore, 6fi ol :-u SW
rdon Cham
I..niis -:.'. ...

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Way ::

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Mt
nn
l
Chapel
1 lie i icean
,r R46 Vi in
hanel
PANCOE I 7-;
Ave. River tidi 'hapel
TAYLOR. Mann. '
18th Ct Riversldi >
BECK. Mr- tm
':n iii.i-1 m "hi pel
COHEN. J......I
\ v.- fiord ., "hapi
EDELSTEIN. \l \
r 7924' SW l'-ili Kl
Nebo
ERGAS. I...ii I 74 ,
Dr Newman Chapel
MARGOLIES. Mn I:
of 72.1 7si|, st Riversldi
OBESTEIN. It.mi.
Dr Riverside Chapel
SHWARTZ, Samuel If.. 71, ..f 10245
Collins Ave Riverside Chapel
SINGER. Mr- Sad". 76 ..f lOfn V F
ISSnd st Riverside Chapel
SLOVIS. Moses IM...,. 67, of 711 SW
24th R ZIECHNER, Morris. 61, of 1214 Alton
ltd. Riverside Chapel
COHEN. Henry. 7r. ...f s4:i" E Dixie
Hwv Gordon Chapel
HOFFMAN. Mrs Sadie s. 76, ol 11840
N'K 19th r>r Riverside Chanel
JUFFE. Ileiijamin. 75, ol 7525 E
Treasure Dr Riverside Chapel
kimmel. Miss Freda 66 of 745 13th
st Blasberg Chapel
LERNER, Mrs Bertha, 7i. of 142)
Collins Ave Riverside Chanel
LITOWITZ. m.s Rnra 71 ..f 1250
Weal Ave Newman Chapel
luria. Mrs Bertha, st ,,,- |,,-,, jam, ,
Av.. Blasberg Chanel
mandel. Benjamin, s, ol 7sr,
Byron Ave Riverside Chanel
natkin, Jacob, ..'. ol Boo Washing-
ton Ave Blasberg Ch ipel
PRESS. Mrs Anna M 71. ol 8O20 E
Drive Riverside Chanel
SAUER. Robert, 81 ...f I..... Collins Ave
lllasheri' Chanel.
STEINFELD. Mrs Rose 7' of 875
ocean Dr Blaabt rg Chanel
WEINBERGER. Samuel B M r
6906 Rue Vendome Riverside Chanel
bass. Isidore, 76, ol 8190 BW
Ter. (J'.rdon Chi.....i
to plav the huge three ring enter-
tainment spectacular.
Acts which include high wire
artists, jugglers, tumblers, tram-
poline performers, trapeze stars
and animal trainers have been
MB Federal to Open
Sunny Isles Branch
Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association will open its
new Sunny Isles Branch office
building at 393 Sunny Isles Blvd.
on Wednesday.
Joseph Naughton. Sunny Isles
Branch manager, has scheduled a
reception between 9 and 11 am
Col. Mitchell Wolfson. chairman
of the board, is scheduled to arrive
by boat via the Intracoastal Water-
way and Milton Weiss, president of
the association, is slated to arrive
by helicopter, landing on the office
building's spacious parking lot.
The two men will snip the ribbon
and preside at the reception.
most exciting display of horseman-
ship in the world and on the
breathtaking flying trapezes there
will be the Flying Waynes, the fan-
tastic Gaonas and the high vault-
ing Mecners.
Just as he has done for over 40
year-, there will be the most fa
mous and loudest tooter of them
all. Merle Evans leading the Circus
Band and the world's only singing
ringmaster. Harold Ronk. welcom-
ing children of all ages to the
Greatest Show On Earth.
LEGAL NOTICE
... c,( |-.|i.
Chapel
I 144.' U. -
COLLEGEMAN. Sadyi A
Jellervnn Ave l: .
KALTER. Aaron H 72, i
Ave Riverside Chapel
SCHERER. Rose, 70, i 2*23 SW Sth
St. Gordon Chapel
SCHIFF. Abraham I.. 71 ol Mth St
and Collins Ave Riverside Chapel
SILVERMAN. Isaai >.: ..f 1071 Col-
Una Ave Riverside Chapel
KUTNER. Ella. >-'. Ol '-..I \\v ,|,
Ave Cordon Chapel Interment Mt
DOW. Charles 0 78, ol Slofl Tall St
Hollj n.....I Riverside ( 'I
FRIEDMAN. Mrs Ri 77 .,f -,|..
w.st Ave Riverside Chapel
GOLDBERG. Samuel, M .f 17711 \\V
llth Ct. Riverside Chapel
LIPTON. Mrs Beatrice, ..f Inn
:7ili St Riverside Chapel
MELTZER Isidore, 77 nl 121S Drexel
Ave Riverside Chapel
PETERS. Mrs Pauline nl
SI Riverside Chapel
TAYLOR. Mr- FYlda M
SI Ii rdon "hapi I
BROWNE. Iloldii 7H
' Rlvi
FISHBEIN, Relle, .
i:n .i 'i. i -i.....i
CREENSTEIN. Ham 7 t the Cai
ton Hotel, M |. -..
KRAEMER. .
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-49
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IRENE RiiDIN
iff
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I > fe.i.lant
TO ROLAND ; IDIN
J1J0 Blu Levesque i 'hnmedey.
l.aval i'n Canada
v"' ROLAX.....! l.v. are hereby
notified thai a Complaint for Divorce
iias been riled axainst \..u. ami you
ar. required to serve a copy ..f your
Ansu.r or Pleading to the Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiffs at-
tornej RONALD I. DAVI8, Esq
ii. Blscajrne Kulldinif. I \\ Plaaler
Street. Miami. Plorida J31J0 Phone'
3.9-2*51. and fii,. the original Answer
Pleading in the ffi.. .,f the Clerli
ii. Circuit Court on ..r before the
'"ii day of February, 1968 if you
to .!.. so, Judgment by default will
!' taken against >..u f.,r the relief
!"! i" the Complaint for Dl-
\ on <
this NOTICE shall be published
ni each H-eeh tor four consei utlve
V,'..v!'' r 'l: ll;" ISM FLORIDIAN
l"'^i. AND ORDERED al Miami
P'8rld. this 2nd dav ol January:
LEATHERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade '..untv. Florid .
Bj K M I.VMAN
, I'eput\ Clerk
" Ircull Curt S.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67-19883
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ARTHCR M GELLER
Plaintiff
v-
AI'DREY CEI.I.ER
I telenda i
TO At'DREY OEM
6 ii. ... Blrei
Brentv ..."l
Long Island, New 1
V..u AI'DREY CEI.I.ER her.
. ..
ft I > ^.... .- ha- been llled .
you, and >.u required I
copy ..f V.-ur Atiswer ..f Pleading ti
i hi Bill nl Ci mpbi nl m thi I'l.
tiff's attornej SEYMOl'R IX)ND<>N,
' .-. ::" N \\ Mth Street, Miami.
Florida and file the original Ansuei
or Pli g in the office tl i Merit
of the Circuit Court on ..r before the
7th da} ol February. i'";> s "
fail o. do mi ludgmenl bj default
\\ ill be taken against } a for r.-li.-f
tied in the BUI ..f Complaint
This notice shall be published mice
a. h iveek for four consecutive \\.-.-k-
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I" iNE AND >:! lEREP I Miami.
Florida, 'his 2th Au\ rie.-emher
A I' IKK*
i: B LEATHERMAN Clerl
1' uil 'in I...... m it Florida
Bj K M l vv v\
I.....ut> i
(Cii u i' ii" s- il i
si:ym"ii: i.ii.m.i i\
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Miami, Flot
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INTHECIRCUITCOLRTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JU DIC I A L C I RCL IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO S7. M
NOTICE OF FORECLOS.RE SALE
CITIZENS FEME
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according t,. ,ii. piai
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I- -f Dade County, Florid
, pated this 3rd da) ol
E B LEATHERMAN
< lerk ..f said Circuit Courl
Bj N. .1 TAPEL
Deputj Clerk
________ l :, i.s
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"FURNITURE"-"APPllArJCtt"
"ClOTHING'-'JEWtlRY," elt.
"AH Items Tax Deduet.ble"
CALL 696-2101
.l.ii u i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW

gathered from all parts of the
world to appear on the 60 city
tour that premieres on Miami
Beach.
Again on the program will be
world famous Charlie Baumaiin.
who has added three tigers to his
dazzlinu wild animal act. and
NOTICE OF APPLIC4T .
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of li-
File No. 67.A.71S
NOTICE IS HKKEin .;i\r-
BENJAMIN BOSK IN
" ,,,,ler ihe I .Mil lilt 19 M r.i;r., IV ;;>,
[j NV J A )V v.'^ BOSKIN
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NOTICE UNOE'
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ii ck is H i:i: i:' '
thi u I. ;
in i ii- ii
..f MIAMI BEACH T \ l.ti
:.t U'. Road M
Florid 331: i tend I .ter said
name with th* Clerk c u
cut i nl I' '- '''" '
KENNETH l\ >\ 'HA\
FIJ >RENCE '
>- FREDERIC BUI >\\ S
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KENNETH IVAN CHAN
a, .1 Kl HRENCE I'll \^
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEEO
Chapter 20722 Acts of 141
File No 67-A.752
\. iTK 'E IS HEREIN 1 '*
,-, i vst '! I Ni' hi Idei
Tun Sab iVrtltli *"' --' '
nl June v ''
fl i. .| ne i*i mj ha*
m "i. ippli tion Im tax !.....I '
.... ued thi -- il CertII it. em -
bra. ei. tin following dew rib.
fount) l l < :' Stati
Florida, to-wlt:
I less i: C" ft Block .
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'' In the 'ounl y ol Dad.
Florid .
,-- nsmenl ol nold prnerl
m i|i the said i ertlli. al< wan
I ami ol <\\ ENA Mi KINNE>
I'lilesf said certilicate shall he n
deemed o......I is t- In thi pr<-
rtbed hereii will In m>UI to
the hlRhest bidder ^it the Courthouse
i the first M.....la; the
month ..f F< hi uarj l!"i"i It i>
da -. ol Februan
I.... .1 i- 2nd da) id
i: r. I.EATHBRM \n
Clerk "f Circuit Court
I .idi Count) Fl.
B) P F (U'l.rtftTRANn
Court s. al)
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 77171.B
lii RE Ei-tate nl
LENA C.STEIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- i v
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Said f.-t.it.-
You nr. hi rebj notified i
e.l in present .. \ t In inn- a nil
win. li \..u ma) li n it., -
LENA Ci iI.DSTEIN
-.! - t.. the County .ludtcen of hadi Cout t)
and thi me I dup
;i- pi ..\ 1.1.-.I in s< 7 K i .
Stiituter in tl,. .
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fr..in the time of thi flrsl
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KENNETH -
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Miami I
NOTICE OF A PPL "
FOR TAX DEEO
CHAPTt
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Dade Count) Kl
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to be Issued Ihei eon .-
te embi., tl |
proper!) In thi .
Bl te nl Florida
l>.t II Block :: Unroll
Rial Book .. Pace IU ,
..f Miami. Cout l) ..i |i.,,i.
..f Florida Tin- deed
Issued -ui.....i to nil l
standing daHnq,nenl Coui *
The .. Bsessmet t -i* mij
utid.-r the said et I IRi ., w- n .
name ..f CNKNt >\VN
i nles* said certificate '
i. .1 ai ..r.ti.is to l.,u
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In the hlarhest bidder al r -
house -I....T on the firat M..-
month ol Februar) I
,- the ".th day "f Februar)
Hated this Ind dav ,.l
i: li LEATHERMAN
I "lerk of I 'Ircull I '(!
Dade Counts', Florida
By: P F OPLDSTRani
uit Court Seiiii
________________1 S.I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 194-
No. 67-A-723
XI 'TICK m HEREBY (5IVI
BENJAMIN Hi'SKIN holdei
i .Miami Taa Ba| Certil \
:'.-: issued the Mth da) ..f .'
has fiie.i same in n
and has made applli a tion i.
di 'i i" be laauM Usarson .*-,
llflcate rmiini -. the folloi
-. ribed pro(>eTly in the C.i,
i ide, State of Florida, i..
Lot It Block l.Y Bub
Miller Tract, Plat Book
T" in the city of Miami I
"f Dade, Slate of FV>i
deed \' ill be Issued aubje.
other outstanding d
County t a \-
The assessment "f said
ui der the said certificate a
name "f PRB8COLA THi
I'nlesa ?aid certificate shal
deemed aocoftUnc to laa
peri> described herein srlll
t" the lushest hiilder at |j .
< iuse door on the fir-t \'
the month "f February, p.. -
- the Sth da) "f Fel.iu.ii>
!'..:. thll I'n.l il ii

i: B LEATHERMAN
1 'lerk of Cin uit i '
l de "out t) Florid ,
B) P F OCLDSTRANI
lleputv Clerk
ti i curt Seal'
I 5-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C T
IN AND FOR DADE COUN*>
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 6*162 C
in RE Estate ..f
\1\ RON ; RDTTUEB a k
MICHAEL i: in iTTI.IEl:
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKI
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni' l ii 'i: i- hereb) tn.
ive llled our Final I!.-|h.i i .
foi l Hstribution and l
' It* -i- Executnt ol the
\M RON ; OOTTUEB B M'
HI ^EL C IHrTTUEU
d that on the .-."th da>
' v> ill appl) lo tin
Count) Judsjes ..f Dadi
Florida, f..r approval ol su
R< inn i ..ml f..r dlstrlbutloi
V .1- i:\e. u'." nl tl
"f the uhove namod "'! da) ol December l
THE MIAMI BEACH 1
N VTIONAL BANK
II Petei \ '
N'orlh B scayt Bl\ I
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NOTICE OF APPLIC*"
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 207.':
Acta of '941
File No 67 A 746
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pert)' under the -ai.I rerl
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Pnmeroy Tula deed ill b<
miI.j... t t,, ;,n othei ii'
delinquent City of Hlali
and Gens
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Count) ..f Dade, state "f F
ti embraced in Cert If lea'1
"C Th. aaaeaamenl of sanl
1) under the said i
Issued waa In the nun
Pomero) This .1.....1 ill be
t.. .,11 oil ,1 OUI
delinquent citv ol Hiah il
ami liens
I'nleai said i srtl '-
med i. pording lo lai
pert) .I.s, ribed hejf
to the highest bidder at '
House door OB the r i st M
the month .f Februar) v
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+Jewi$l Jh-rad/an
Page 113
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
jF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 719042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[MIA I'llAN'r-iS III Hb>.
itirf
kUBV HOWARD Rl'DD.
Edant
KRKI.EY HOWARD lll'im
ridl. 11 unkrifH :i
LCUKI.EY IIOWAKP Rllll).
vby notified thai Hill of Coni-
fer Divorce has Meli filed
\ou. and >"u are required lo
,i ropy of your Answer or
He to the Pill of Complaint on
.mini's attorney, SAMl'HI. K
1512 Cabital Hank HullditiK.
Florida B3132 ami file the
Answer or Pleading In the
of thi Clerk of th"1 circuit coup
efore the 19'h day of January',
u fall I" do so, judgment by
v. ill |>e taken against you for
|li..f demanded In the Hill M
t
| no tire shall be published once.
i f"Ur con"ecUtlve weeks
jf.WisH i'i."Hi|iiA.\.
AM' ORDERED at Miami
lllh iiay of December
VTHERMAN, Clerk.
,.urt I iad< I V unty, Win Ida
i c p copei-and
1-i.n:y CI. ra
C. n'i Real!
I SMITH
Bank IJl.ig.
1M
tlfi
IS 15-22-29 1 5
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
vr.D FOR DAOE COUNTY,
"lOBlOA IN ^ftQBATE
No. 771'0-A
| nf
KARAVANOELA8
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iOTlCE TO CREDITORS
v. | > 11 |'erol... H.l\
linn iw-n;i"d- Agstnat Bald
:.r.' h< reby not I fled ind re-
. any claims and di
, i: V h. v.
|at< : MARt't'8 k\i:av\\
. I'd late "f Capi May
\, '>. 10 tin- CottntJ
, | i iti \ uhl >. and file 'he
(I,k ate and as provided
-?:i Florid i Sta'uti .
In the County "'ourt-
i limy. Flo- nl.
"And my men soys that when I grow up I ccn
marry anyone I want, ns long as shs's a tvee
Jewish girl, from c kosher, respe:iab!e, upper
middle-class home." ___
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No, 87-195S2
SUIT FOR DIVORCE,.*... -
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lift.
MA 111 A Si >TO.
Defendant.
TO MARIA ROTO
;-:; w eel 2] Street
llrooltlyn. New York
You MA 111 A SOTO, are hereby no-
tified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce mw bedn filed agirlnt >'"U.
ami you are required to nerve a copy
of vour Answer or PlendiOB to th.-
Illll of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, sail T VON EASffT. 1612
Capital Hank Building, Miami. Flor-
ida :;:n:iu and file the original An-
Hwe'r or Pleading In the office of ih-
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 'Jllh day of January, I9S1
If you fail TO do BO, judsmcnl by de-
f.iult will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In th.- Kin of. Com-
plaint.
Thin notli. shall be pul.li-h. I
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FTXTRIDIAN
DOVE \.\l> OHDERETl :' Miami.
Florida, thin -'"li day Oi D......mber,
All 196"
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(Circuit Coi i Si
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
srel n that thi under*
ring to eni I usim ss
LEGAL NOTICE
fli Hi i. nine of Till-: injbl nl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76338-B
In RE: IM.it. of
SAM I : I- HI'.- il'8l Hi
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All dl or* and All Pel
Having Claim" or i- mands Against
Said Estate:
You arj at -i re-
i a lalml ind de-
ls u hie h j -n mn> fl again, t
he estate of SAM FKHOCSON
deceased f Hade d unty. Flo-
rida, In i ui -
,-..,. | | m. in i
Idi il Mi s- i llm .' 11.1*1,
i n I ell I In
thi it hi irthi use In D
.-,.ii ndi r
M from tl ii. -f tl fir t
>n
.-. or the
ifh-
e time ;
or the
months from tn
-^i publication herejof,
hi h.- harped
ii Wlldw.....I Crest, N, J
I v of p.,eml-r. A I> l*7
\i'i k \iL\\.\Ni;i:i.AS
\ni lllarj Exi utrlx
;it*n "l-.,v rmtloe on the
I i.....mb.-r. 1!'7.
ORTON
ulrix
Huililing


1 COURT. ELEVENTH
i.-DIClAL CIRCUIT.
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 7-19029
'ICE FiV PPBIICATION
\K/< -l.A
-l.\.
ii. i '<:-''i.a, atdence
. notified ervi a ropj
. Wir rttvorce Cmnlalnt
you '." Plain I If* attor-
..:i-: victim as. ei: S w
.ttann '-'la afd fli-- ortgln-
> ^k nf this Coui i ..ii or he-
'tl.. ivi-V .-tl" ivim
i will !> ..mtoiy'l l.y you
Ii ml llth, '
I.KATIII-.KMAV rk
' P ciil-KI.A\'l>
t ; aty Clerk
li IS 38-: 5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7J9:4-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ii. RE: Estate of
JJiHSIE I. 1 Ali\ IN.
1.....ased
To All Creditors and All Pi -
Having Claims or Demands
\t-.iii,-' Said !:-.-
You are herel v notified and required
tn preaeni any claims and demands
whl. h vou ma} have against the
estate of JESSIE I- PARVIN, Be-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County JUdgei of Dade Coun-
ty, .,-.! file the tame in duplicate and
a> provided in Seition 73:i l'i. Florida
yt.itut.-s. In their nfflcea In the Uoun.
tv Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
thi- tinu* of tin- first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Mi.iml, Finn.la. this 1'jth
day of November. All 1*67.
THEOI'lHl 08 PARVIN
V Bxectttor
l-'irst publlcatii 'i of this notl a on
'. SJnd day of November, IMT,
WALLACE N MAER
Attorney f> r K- ut"r
t ", Biacarne Huildmi:
:- 1 28 i R-1S
NOT'CE UNDER
|C""lTIOUS NAME LAW
In e. i i iv, ii tiiiii (hi under
ring to engagi In buiness
i- .n imi i S1EHiai.
Mdi
IROl'P at th.
--. U| I'ade
lowing
'>unty.
i -i Fourth A venue
.
K 117th St: i
i Florida
M I'.i I Sir. .1
outh Dixli Highway
|' M< Florida
, ..'., Rnnd !
Florid
[n
,i th. i'. ii
I Count Fli -
i... II.:
11*7
IHCAf. IIIW ll'P, I'
I" of,
Si' .......rail -I
i ! FARH
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I l ilm iv
a-as i
i ii
7th
A,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTKK IS HEREBY fHVEN I il
the undersigned, deMring to end .Re
In business under the fictitious i ame
of LOl'NGE WEST at 464(1 W FTngl-
r Street Intend to rev, r :.:'l name
with the Clerk if 'he Circuit Court of
I>de County, Florida,
AI.VIN H OIBSON
LfU'IS .1 .iacik. Co-Parti ers
KESSLJ3K, MASSEY &
HI i Kl'.II MAN
A" rneys tor appln ant
IM U-.ltmore Way ...
U/S2-: ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C
In RE Bstati nl
ki.ias siw;k:.m ix.
i>. .. a-.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having claim* or Demands Vgalnst
Said Estate
You are herel lined and requir-
ed to present any la :.i- ami de-
mands winch in may have against
thi. estate "f ki.ias t*tB<;ElMAN
deceasi il late "' Dade : untj .
ride, t" the O ui rj Judges of
County, and fill th me in duplk ate
and as i>n v di d In Beetl : l,
n Ida Statuti nfflci In
tl,. County c. i '. in. In Dade
County, F .....
from the tlmi Ihe I
... me will
be barred .
Dated at Ihls day
of Cv-
ll M.l:Y l.i i '.
Exi i toi
notice oi
uji .- -. of Dec. ml r, IHC"
TAI.I \N" IFF, WALLER
A- IIBR'IUR
ey for Executoi
4'_'n l.ln. In I
Ulgml Beach, Fli da (g
LEGAL NOTICE
. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 77348. C
In he Bati te oi
LILLIAN (1LICKAVF,
Deci ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn II I All Pel
Having Claims or Demandi
^galms s .Li Bsi tt<
You .ir. hereby notified and rei|Uired
en I .my claims and dem .'.'I-
uhi,h vou may have againal the
e. tali o( l.ll.l.i \N ili.U'KAl'l'. di -
ceased late of Dade County. Florida
to tin- Cnunty Judges of Dam Cnun- j
ty. iiml file t),, same in duplicate i
and as provided In section 7tS.lt,
Florida Statutea, hn their offices In |
the Cunty Courthouse In Dade Coun- -
ty, Klorida, Within six calendar I
months from thi lime Of the first I
publication hereof, or the same will I
be barnd
Dated nt Miami, Florida, this I9day
of December, A IMI
WILLIAM J. C.'.H'KACF
SIM.MA COHEN
As Bgecttti rs
Firal publication of this notice on
thi -'-' day of December.
WILLIAM .1 OfLDWDliN 6;
A NN ETTE FRIEDMAN
ittorne) : Biecutora
1*99 Ci ral Way
Ii 82-29 1/5-12
,VEIGH1 MHI '" Ui CLINIC
the foil Dudi
Count\-. Fleir
a -t Fourtl V-. nue
Rialeah Florida
N K l7 St:.. t
Moi -. M ml Hi hi h Florida
His w Fli i Street
ri.la
South I Us Highway
Coral flables, Florida
.4" Lincoln Road Mall
Ml Florida
-.. ii r th.- said nnmi a. I
the Cli I the i 'in a" i 'i ur! In and
for Dnde County, Florida
Dati d .: Mlam F iIda, ,:'is 271 h
.l.i% i t N-.v-ml" r. 191 '7
BIEGAL MEDICAL CROI'P, P. A.
., Florid Professional
Si ci -' --oration
BERNARD P. OOLDPARB
Allorney for Appll.-not
1 South Dixil Hit -.way
Coral fiabli I. Flor ilu
12 ::-:'.' i r.-i-_
IN THE COUNTS .'UDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 77 -^-B
will
llth
ii. i:i: i:
jfiirN "l. v i
Dl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77013-B
in BE: Estate of
lSAL"'Ur. SilAShi.
: ...-.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .mi Creditort Persona
ii ring ''. m or D. manda
Agatnid i lid I lati
y. a an herel led and required
to present any clail and '! mands'
a/hlch you may I against the
. i,i ISADORl -' -' "-'!: ceased
late of Dade Count) Florida, to ihe
ol I'm. County, and
in rlupld ate and ga
1 16, Florida
the Coun-
ii Kadi Count*, Flor-
ntna from
fir--' publi. ..lion here-
' be barred
la. tl .- 9 day
! County Judgi -
i file ihe sumi
provided 11
I si ii'. In (hi
, 11 (' in i i
id \. Il
the llto. i>| thi
if. m -. garni
I nl Mlam
NOTICE T? CREDITORS
To Alt < -eili:. d AH Pi rsons
Having Claimi manda Againal
Ha Batata:
Vou are i..t, I fled and re-
quired to pre.-. -iy claim- and
demands which : May have againal
the ostati of Ji UN CLAY d.....ised
late of I'., Ii C ..' Florida, to the
County Judge' oi Dade County, ; *i
file the v ii.- nd I pro-
vided in S.. 'ion 78911 i rida
^Statutes, in their offices in the
, County Courth .. in Dade County,
| V -ida. wlthii alendar months
fn m the inn. of thi flrsl dbll itiol
I,, or thi -. III i" barred
Dated ..' il Fli rida I i
day of P- ml -, \ r> i7
GII.BF.riT FAY
A- Eai utor
first pill Ihii e oi
the 9 dej i I........... "''"
CO! BM VN, iNARD MORf I
a rneys for Exi utor
ion B Las i >!n- i led.
Fl 1.. il-l.r I li !'!.
'
be barred
I... Florida Ihls
da) of I.....mber \ i<
ROW EN v i FERfll S' IN
\ l i li x
l"ir-t publican ii of thi" not'-e on
the "'li da) i mber, 191 7
UtTHCR W K \!:;.ti'K
I Attornej
Ri i\\ en \ 11 FERi SCSON
' .\ \\ ; m, .-
^: c
NOTICE I NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
... f II I! II l ''-
Hla-ni d de-iriiig I gagi In bui ino s
lin,i... urioi cn. of siijqal
\ll'l".\l, C.KOIT PROFESSIONAL
SSI iCIATU >N i fIF '
..,1 ...]. n li.-.ih Count) Fit
iir.oj vVesi Fnui Ih nv enuc
Hial-.il Fl< da
7".:i \ i: n;7ih Sirci'1
North Miami IV n 11 Florida
lli'l S W Fli Htreel
Miami Fl
!",:, South Drxli Hlgl
Coral i lahh Flurlua
.411 Liiicoh Rn il illnfl
Miami
Intends egl-nr ihe sain
... I] .'.:., till I'll I llll I in
i and for Dadi I Florid
Dated '' """: 'h '*'
.i :.
J1BO \1i :! in ^'. c.ROI T. I
Fl......1 i""'' atonal
.....
i UN \l.|. !' '.i H.DFARH
. .
^.. ii i h iirhway
l"l riil c .
of December, A !' 1987
Nl iK.MA \" SIM SB
\-.- !:.. u
Kir- l publ ill..... II .....
l-1o- the SJ da} ol Reei mbi r,
. l(i, A JAY CRISTOL
.Mi,.',. Utol
^l No. ih...- i Find \i
.
12
COUNTY JUDGESC0URT
|l OR DADE COUNTY,
iORIDA IN PROBATE
No 768H2-C
I'. Il i :
UJRK.XH
>TCE TO CREDITORS
r- .....I All Pel
I'l.i.n or f'. ri .' d- .'.-
|!.o
tlflad i
preaeni ai a
'
\ AOHESS i
oi iJadjs untj
my .ii, i. ,,ie County
.il'l I Jupll.
s.- H B:iI8 '
n their i i ..,' u nl)
in
..|. i d.,r ic.oii'I.-
firvi pul.l i at Inn '
. win tn barred
It M'ai i
I A I> '
(LILLIAN S'TTA
\-
(idi. atl e on
i of Decemhe- I
col i '.-: '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DDE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PPOBATE
NO 771'-6 A
In RB: Estate of
i:i'\iAII,i KINO,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri !.i..rs ahd All !'
r .' ma' a- VgJ -
iv.--.ite:
>"J.: .u' h -"'.' I
e.1 o P' v cia.ni-
. m iniLs -%'
t| UI Of EDWARD KIN'
ed i.. ; '- '
I the County Judges : Dade
I and tile the same in ri-
pmvid -i slacl or '
i statutes, in t!.*w
' ;'^ JlSun^-S

hereof, or Ihe same .. II
i .. ii Miarti
M o Decemher A D 1967
DON MvjTt
A IC cn ir
First publication of I
-if Decai
\\ ll.TURS, MOOR* *
O iSTAN?"
Attorney f ir BznCUlor
1D08 Aiisi iy ".i.iliilor.
Miami, naridf
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-'- I El '
11 e ring I niigaffe i Coi
llllou is i fll. hi
VI vlded
r.7111 \. 'no M
to registei Lh the Clerl
( ui.I)
Plorl I
CHICKEN EXPRESS
Us President
.l.i li i. s >
',,,,. Inc.
r,'H C
Miami, F
.
I |.> ,. r. s
'Ingler SI read
la '
U ;: rj- is
irldu, to
i .unt)
..ml -i-
, '
In th.-
County.
months
.:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTI-'E IS I'l. .' liV EN "
the undi -u:.' I, in n lo engace
In liuslneas under tii lou? name
of Till; HAMLET BEAITTT BAI.ON
;, -j.,. i \ ,..in. Coral '
Fiorina srd to register i
f the Clrcuii
Of Dad F
' IRICh II -
i -i-:i.
MARTIN S SCHWA
Atton .

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MARION HOP 'MAN
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s .- -.i-:v HOFFM \ v
owners
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i-. -he cou'.'" -. jl'cc.e ; cc'. &~
IN AND FOR DACE COUN"
FLORID*. IN PROBATE
m< 772B7-1
Bstati
\ N HI',!. .
la, eased
NOTICE TC CREDITORS
i, 'i Credit. nd ill lvri -
'luimi Demi '
Suld Kstal.
You are herel ol Ifled and
eil lo preaeni anil demn
'elnch you may h th'
i( VIVIA> HELL a.
i li Count' FIoi Ida, I" II -
JUllgi '
,,; .
in S. linn !:
in In '
i
i
herei t
Dati d at Miami, I
da) l.....i
MABLI '
A r .1 : \
Pi I f th I s
I Si "HE COL NTs JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74---0-C
E-l
iltJVDYS T KRIEN,
I. ,
NOTICE -O CREDITORS
r aii '' v ;i '
Dei
i Ei
Vou a re hi .....
, ,i ii i. -. pi .i nd ,!
vou may havi ngii nsi
of ULAW S T. o UR1E.N '! -
r I
,i rlR l.i,
,i nil ........in
rlrd
... u, :i.. in th
ii 11,. n M id ii
i th
publli
,,! the me will i bni n '
.' Miami Fli
I) IH
. \ ,;> HICKS
' < ',.!
|
day of li hi
SIMON ii Nl i\\ EH
\... in
Hiding. J
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from
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Atti rue) '' Ex. rul
24PI \\ eel Flagd
M am i Florid
'
NOTICE L NDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
HO !: is HEREHY invI;N thai

...... f | ..
I IRi IH NH 2nd
i
with ihe he I 'in uii i 'ourt
ii Fl da
p i IRINO, owner
RS9 v EY ahd
BECKKI M -
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'NINE COLINTV Jl
IN ANO FOR D'-.CE COLM
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
li d
.. i : I
l' ,
, a .,-.
. ,i m present an) Bin
ll you may I
, i BAH I M FRIEDMAN
,i Dad" unts vl'
. ', uni y Judges i I '
file ihe man li
vlded ui Florid Sta-
tutes "' '.....' County
iheusi in Dade Coi I >rida
ith n six lar n* '
time of ill. fir ol Is ,' hereol
line will he ba
Dated i't Ml n '"- tl s,l<
: '-:,'"
A!, RR v FBI NO) 11.0
As Exei at'
].'ir ttlm Of IhlS i
' ,', f).....iber
MAl.c .t.M II FRfBDMAN
Attorn. f
j s i Fli i S'r.-. M am Fin
', '.
'. >TI : UNDER
FICT not 3 NAME LAW
,.).; is i K thai
II J ',' .
the f ellUflUS name
v v I; i^R 'ii r i
,
i v lo I .unt i'.
la
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NOTICE UNDER
T-1TIOUS NAVE LAW
IS HMMf.HV MVKN "
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STEAKS
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Kortern se steaks prime lb $i
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FOOD
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PRIME LB. $1.19
PRIME LB. 65<
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., JAN. 6
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
Excluding Kothcr Markatt
Senvice ^elicatetocH
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL CHEESE AMD LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED TO
YOUR ORDER 10 INSURE FRESHNESS.
SAVE 40.-LB.-LEAN COOKED
Corned Beef.........<_LB 59c
SAVE SO.-LB. -FRESHLT SMOKED
Large Whitefish........99'
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SAVE 16< LB.-AMERICAN KOSHER MIDCET
Salami Bologna 79'
FOOD FAIRS COUNTRY SOUIRE
BREAD
Smoked Lox.........v4.Lb 59
SAVE 40-LB. ALL WHITE MEAT
Turkey..............Wb 59c
IMPORTED FANCY
Schmaltz Herring.....each 35 c
WISCONSIN FINEST BIC EYE
Swiss Cheese.......VL, 49
LARGE JERSEY
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24-OZ.
BTL
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All ALL PURPOSE
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SAVE 20c-DRESSEL'S FROZEN chocola-e
Fudge Cake
69
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